Peninsula Daily News

Author Roshani Chokshi will speak on Wednesday.

NOLS hosting author talk online Wednesday

The North Olympic Library System will host a conversation with author Roshani Chokshi at noon Wednesday. Attendees must register at www.nols.org to… Continue reading

Author Roshani Chokshi will speak on Wednesday.
“Soul Consoling Tower, Cemetery, and the Sierra Nevada”, photographed in 2015, is one of the few remaining structures left after the camp was dismantled, sold off and bulldozed. The oblisk monument in the camps cemetery was designed and built by incarceree stonemason Ryozo Kado and is inscribed with Japanese characters which translate to “Soul Consoling Tower”.

Peninsula College exhibit, lecture focuses on Manzanar

Photographer Brian Goodman will talk about his work documenting the remains of Manzanar, a Japanese concentration camp used in WW II, on… Continue reading

“Soul Consoling Tower, Cemetery, and the Sierra Nevada”, photographed in 2015, is one of the few remaining structures left after the camp was dismantled, sold off and bulldozed. The oblisk monument in the camps cemetery was designed and built by incarceree stonemason Ryozo Kado and is inscribed with Japanese characters which translate to “Soul Consoling Tower”.

Public comment to be accepted on shoreline plan update

Public comment on proposed amendments to the Port Angeles shoreline master program will be accepted for a month beginning Monday. Comments can… Continue reading

Red Set Go raises $94,000 for OMC

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon presented by the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe raised a record $94,000 on Friday.… Continue reading

Sequim man dies after house fire

A Sequim man badly burned in a house fire Tuesday died at midnight Wednesday, according to relatives. The 82-year-old man was airlifted to… Continue reading

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Port Townsend council to consider PDA change

The Port Townsend City Council will consider amending chapter 2.84 of the municipal code with regard to the Fort Worden Lifelong Learning Center Public Development… Continue reading

Bruce Corbridge's painting of his dog, Sergeant, is among the pieces displayed in the Port Ludlow Art League exhibit.

Acrylics, gemstone jewelry on display in Port Ludlow in March

An artist who says he “over-tweaks” his acrylic paintings and a jeweler working in gemstones are featured in March by the Port… Continue reading

Bruce Corbridge's painting of his dog, Sergeant, is among the pieces displayed in the Port Ludlow Art League exhibit.

Inslee announces pause in rollbacks in reopening plan

Gov. Jay Inslee said none of the state’s regions will revert back to more restrictive COVID-19 requirements under the state’s economic reopening plan… Continue reading

Jefferson County sets forums on running for office

The League of Women Voters of Jefferson County will present a series of presentations for residents considering running for public office beginning… Continue reading

Recommendation for homelessness action to be discussed

A quartet of guest speakers will explore the 2020 Charter Review Commission’s recommendation for meeting housing needs in Clallam County tonight. The… Continue reading

State: Keep bird feeders down a month longer

Salmonellosis continues to spread

Studium to explore public programming

Drawing on more than a decade of event production in person and online, Tilly Hinton will share her principles for humanizing the… Continue reading

Beaches upgraded for shellfishing

Strait of Juan De Fuca beaches from Low Point/Lyre River east to Discovery Bay have been opened to recreational harvesting of most shellfish. Discovery Bay… Continue reading

Candlelight Concert to feature Port Townsend duo

Chris Gilbert and Jay McHagar will perform at the Candlelight Concert Online series at Trinity United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Thursday.… Continue reading

Soroptimist International of Port Angeles set to meet Friday

Joy Sheedy and Yvette Cline will address a meeting of Soroptimist International of Port Angeles at noon Friday. The free presentation will… Continue reading

Clallam Conservation District election scheduled

Deadline to request mail-in ballots Friday

Deadline for Monday Musicale scholarships March 29

Monday Musicale has announced that Monday, March 29, is the last day to apply for its 2021 music scholarships. The scholarships are… Continue reading

First Step Family Support Center receives $3,700 in donations

First Step Family Support Center recently received cash donations from Molina Healthcare and Sound Community Bank. Molina Healthcare donated $2,700 with which… Continue reading

The Port Angeles Ambassadors helped with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Healthy Transitions, 717 S. Peabody St., which will provide mental health outreach services for residents of Clallam County. From left are McKaylee Anderson, Christopher Thomsen, Edna Peterson, Steve Hargis, Kerrie Morrison, Aloma Sisco, Raelyn Bowechop, Jessica Wright, Jesse Charles, Brad Holloway, Leslie Robertson, Martha Cunningham and Julie Hatch.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony

The Port Angeles Ambassadors helped with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Healthy Transitions, 717 S. Peabody St., which will provide mental health outreach services for residents… Continue reading

The Port Angeles Ambassadors helped with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Healthy Transitions, 717 S. Peabody St., which will provide mental health outreach services for residents of Clallam County. From left are McKaylee Anderson, Christopher Thomsen, Edna Peterson, Steve Hargis, Kerrie Morrison, Aloma Sisco, Raelyn Bowechop, Jessica Wright, Jesse Charles, Brad Holloway, Leslie Robertson, Martha Cunningham and Julie Hatch.