Peninsula Daily News

Galloway graduates with master’s degree

Andrea E. Galloway, of Port Angeles, recently graduated from Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. Galloway earned a Master of Science.… Continue reading

NOLS to distribute Backpack Buddies kits

The North Olympic Library System will distribute Backpack Buddies kits beginning Monday and continuing as long as supplies last. The kits, which… Continue reading

Port Angeles Soroptimists to meet today via Zoom

Kim Williams will address a meeting of Soroptimist International of Port Angeles at noon Friday, Nov. 13. Williams’ presentation, which will discuss… Continue reading

Salvation Army food drive set for Saturday in Sequim

The Northwest Division of the Salvation Army will conduct a community food drive from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14. The… Continue reading

Climate change lecture offered online

Bob Larsen provides update today

Free STEAM for kids program scheduled

‘Secret Messages: Invisible Ink’ planned for today

Jefferson County Library to host book discussion online

Topic: ‘News of the World’ by Paulette Jiles

Port Angeles to reopen dog park, skateboard park

The city of Port Angeles will reopen the Lincoln Park Dog Park and the Erickson Playfield Skate Park today. The parks had… Continue reading

Veterans Day celebrated quietly this year

The Jack Grennan Post 62 American Legion, Michael Trebert Chapter-NSDAR and Sequim Prairie Garden Club will host a Veterans Day public ceremony today… Continue reading

Peninsula counties both over 80 percent voter turnout

Clallam just over 82 percent; Jefferson almost at 89 percent

Free business tax webinar slated

The state Department of Revenue will host a free live webinar for new and small business owners from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.… Continue reading

Nina Hill receives OMC leadership award.

Olympic Medical Center recognizes lab manager

Nina Hill was presented a leadership award by Dr. Scott Kennedy, chief medical officer at Olympic Medical Center. Hill, the center’s laboratory… Continue reading

Nina Hill receives OMC leadership award.

Clallam PUD earns Smart Energy Provider designation

Clallam Public Utility District #1 has earned the Smart Energy Provider designation from the American Public Power Association. The SEP program recognizes… Continue reading

Washington State Parks astronomy lectures slated

Troy Carpenter will present “Surrounded by Robots: More Than 60 Years of Satellites” at 7 p.m. Sunday. The lecture, part of a Washington… Continue reading

East Jefferson Fire Rescue personnel reach a man and his dog aboard a sailboat after the vessel's mast broke on Sunday. (East Jefferson Fire Rescue)

East Jefferson Fire Rescue saves man and dog

Rough weather, broken mast prompt emergency call

East Jefferson Fire Rescue personnel reach a man and his dog aboard a sailboat after the vessel's mast broke on Sunday. (East Jefferson Fire Rescue)

Heavy lifting to interrupt 101 traffic Tuesday

Crews working east of Port Angeles will stop U.S. Highway 101 westbound traffic at Bagley Creek for periods of up to 15… Continue reading

Quileute’s Cherish Our Children auction moves online

The 19th Cherish Our Children auction will be conducted online from Tuesday, Nov. 17 through Saturday, Nov. 21. The… Continue reading

A camera catches the action on the stage for an online rendition of a Port Angeles High School play.

PAHS students bring “The Neverending Story” to life

Port Angeles High School’s production of “The Neverending Story” opens Friday when it will be streamed live from the high school auditorium… Continue reading

A camera catches the action on the stage for an online rendition of a Port Angeles High School play.

Author John Larison talk rescheduled

John Larison will discuss his book, “Whiskey When We’re Dry” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. The discussion about the 2020 Community… Continue reading