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Cub Scout Pack 4479 laid about 200 flags on graves of veterans at the Catholic Cemetery and the front portion of Laurel Grove Cemetery in Port Townsend to honor veterans who have died. Jim Little from Troop 1479 instructed the Cub Scouts prior to dispersing them to post the colors at graves that were either marked with a star by the VFW or an inscription that indicates past military service. (Lolo Sherwood)

Honoring veterans

Cub Scout Pack 4479 laid about 200 flags on graves of veterans at the Catholic Cemetery and the front portion of Laurel Grove Cemetery in… Continue reading

 

Peninsula College, teachers agree on contract

Three-year deal to raise faculty salaries

 

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Lincoln Park BMX clinic hosted by Olympian Nyhaug

Canadian BMX Olympic champion Tory Nyhaug will be giving a clinic at the Lincoln Park BMX track on June 21 and 22.… Continue reading

 

How often do you attend Memorial Day ceremonies?

How often do you attend Memorial Day ceremonies?… Continue reading

  • May 27, 2024
From July 31 to Aug. 4, Centrum’s Fort Worden campus will transform into a vibrant acoustic blues village, alive with the sounds of artists from around the globe. Photo courtesy Centrum

Centrum’s acoustic blues workshop celebrates 30 years

Join Centrum this summer for an unforgettable musical journey at the Acoustic Blues Workshop in Port Townsend, Washington! Nestled in the historic Fort Worden State… Continue reading

From July 31 to Aug. 4, Centrum’s Fort Worden campus will transform into a vibrant acoustic blues village, alive with the sounds of artists from around the globe. Photo courtesy Centrum
On June 14 one lucky Sequim High School student will drive home in a 2015 Chevy Spark EV courtesy of Rocha Family Auto Sales.

One Sequim High senior will drive home in a new car, thanks to local auto dealer

New addition to dealership family allows them to give back even more

On June 14 one lucky Sequim High School student will drive home in a 2015 Chevy Spark EV courtesy of Rocha Family Auto Sales.

What do you think is the biggest issue for local towns?

What do you think is the biggest issue for Peninsula towns?… Continue reading

  • May 26, 2024

A GROWING CONCERN: Do your part for ‘Flower Peninsula USA’

SO, WITH THE sun coming out and temperatures on the rise, time for my annual plea about hanging baskets and window boxes. This is the… Continue reading

Dash Air to pursue a public charter

Model would change from commercial service

LETTER: Bernard was right choice

A shoutout to the commissioners of Clallam Public Utility District #1 for appointing Phyllis Bernard as their new commissioner. I attended their meeting when they… Continue reading

LETTER: Not a sound plan

President Biden, with his vast knowledge of the auto industry, will set a target reflecting that all new auto sales be electric by 2030, but,… Continue reading

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

Who do you think Donald Trump will choose as his running mate?

Who do you think Donald Trump will choose as his running mate?… Continue reading

  • May 24, 2024
Benji Astrachan of Sisterland Farms collects bins of unwanted food collected by restaurants at the Wharf in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Certification connects businesses, sustainable practices

Green Wheel designation focusing on diverting waste from landfills

Benji Astrachan of Sisterland Farms collects bins of unwanted food collected by restaurants at the Wharf in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
The Cedars at Dungeness Women’s 18-hole golf group held their annual Member/Member Golf Tournament on Tuesday with 20 players braving the elements while playing a game of Queen’s of the Green. The pairings of Mimi Shin and Jane Peoples and Lori Wyngaert and Lori Oaks tied for the top spot while Lisa Chon and Carin Bunney were second and Bobbie Piety and Yoon Park third. Marlene Hirschfeld and Judy Reno won Best Costume.

AREA SPORTS: Wilder Baseball Club tryouts begin Saturday at Civic Field

Jefferson County Parks & Recreation hosting summer basketball camp

The Cedars at Dungeness Women’s 18-hole golf group held their annual Member/Member Golf Tournament on Tuesday with 20 players braving the elements while playing a game of Queen’s of the Green. The pairings of Mimi Shin and Jane Peoples and Lori Wyngaert and Lori Oaks tied for the top spot while Lisa Chon and Carin Bunney were second and Bobbie Piety and Yoon Park third. Marlene Hirschfeld and Judy Reno won Best Costume.

OUTDOORS: Watercraft cleaning stations set up at Lake Crescent, Ozette boat launches

Clean all equipment to prevent further spread/introduction of invasive species

ISSUES OF FAITH: When do we disobey?

HERE ARE TWO quotes to think about: “Civil Disobedience, noun: Refusal to obey governmental demands or commands especially as a nonviolent and usually collective means… Continue reading

Investigators seeking woman who used ATM

Items involved in officer-involved shooting sent to state crime lab

Do you think breaking up Ticketmaster would benefit smaller venues and artists?

Do you think breaking up Ticketmaster would benefit smaller venues and artists?… Continue reading

  • May 23, 2024
Kim Trenerry, left, and Jason Mogi, who make up the Port Angeles-based duo Deadwood Revival, shown Tuesday at the New Moon Craft Tavern in Port Angeles, will perform at this weekend’s Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Juan de Fuca Festival spreads out this weekend

Street fair, five stages host performers, vendors

Kim Trenerry, left, and Jason Mogi, who make up the Port Angeles-based duo Deadwood Revival, shown Tuesday at the New Moon Craft Tavern in Port Angeles, will perform at this weekend’s Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)