Peninsula Daily News

Washington State University’s Jefferson County Extension hires new director

The Washington State University’s Jefferson County Extension has announced that Cliff Moore will take over as its director in mid-September. Moore has… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the… Continue reading

Harvest dinner tickets available now

Tickets for the 20th annual Harvest Dinner are selling quickly, North Olympic Land Trust organizers said. Themed “Know the Hands That Feed You,”… Continue reading

Repairs scheduled for Graves Creek Road in Quinault Valley

Washouts on Graves Creek Road in Quinault Valley created by storms in 2018 and 2017 will be repaired beginning Sept. 3.… Continue reading

Power outages scheduled for customers on the West End

Public Utility District #1 of Clallam County has announced to scheduled power outages affecting its customers on the West End. Power will… Continue reading

‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ continues today

A modern adaptation of “The Merry Wives of Windsor” continues outdoors in Chetzemoka Park today and for the next two weekends. Key… Continue reading

Auditions scheduled for ‘Silent Sky’ at OTA

Olympic Theatre Arts will conduct open auditions for “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Josh Sutcliffe at 6 p.m. Wednesday and… Continue reading

Lake Crescent traffic delays halted until next month

The traffic delays on U.S. Highway 101 around Lake Crescent are over until mid-September. Crews will be finishing cleanup throughout the… Continue reading

Life Flight Network enters into new partnership

Life Flight Network has announced a new partnership with WhidbeyHealth Medical Center. The Oregon-based air medical transport service will stage an Agusta-Westland AW109E… Continue reading

Needlework artist exhibits work in Port Townsend

A nationally-known needlework artist has brought her work home. Work by Lee McLeron, who has been a needlework artist for more than… Continue reading

New senior vice president, retail banking announced at Kitsap Bank

Kitsap Bank has announced the promotion of Charles Robertson to senior vice president, retail banking. Robertson will oversee the operation of all… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society hires development manager

The Olympic Peninsula Humane Society has announced that Nicole Patrick has been hired to fill the newly created development manager position. Patrick… Continue reading

PHOTO: Cancer center donation

Olympic Medical Center commissioners honored Sue and C.V. Tondreau, the latest donors to the OMC Cancer Center, at a hospital commission meeting July 17. The… Continue reading

Road closure in Port Townsend for Visitor Center project

The city of Port Townsend has announced that construction will begin Wednesday, Aug. 14 on the Visitor Center project. During the construction,… Continue reading

Sequim City Arts Advisory Commission calls for artists

The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries of art for display in the Sequim Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar St. Any medium… Continue reading

Soul Centered Therapies opens in Port Townsend

Lynn Gilman has announced the opening of Soul Centered Therapies in Port Townsend. Gilman, who is licensed as a mental health counselor… Continue reading

Two Port Angeles residents graduate from Pacific University

Two Port Angeles students have graduated from Pacific University. Andrew Symonds earned a Doctorate in optometry. Zachary Winthrow earned a Bachelors,… Continue reading

U.S. Coast Guard District 13 welcomes new commander

Rear Adm. Anthony J. Vogt assumed command of U.S. Coast Guard District 13 at a July 9 ceremony at Coast Guard Base Seattle.… Continue reading

Angeles Brewing Supplies reopens with new name, location

Levi Liberty has announced that he has reopened Angeles Brewing Supplies at a new location and under a new name. Angeles Brewing… Continue reading

Jefferson County Accessible Community Advisory Committee seeks projects

The Jefferson County Accessible Community Advisory Committee, (ACAC) is looking for projects for its next grant cycle. Since 2015, the county has… Continue reading