Seagull cause of brief power outage

About 2,000 people lost electricity in Port Angeles

 

Hurricane Ridge Road expected to be open this weekend

Snow plow fire charred hopes for last week

 

Official: Pool, golf course projects could complement each other

Input sessions in progress with next one Dec. 20

 

2022 Woman of Excellence to be announced

The Port Townsend branch of the American Association of University Women will announce its 2022 Woman of Excellence during a holiday luncheon… Continue reading

Chamber of Jefferson County aims to bring back its Young Professionals group

Members sought for task force that will help relaunch vision

First Fed Foundation awards $400,000 in fall grants

First Fed Foundation has awarded 22 organizations a total of $400,000 in funding in its fall grant cycle. “The nonprofits receiving grants… Continue reading

Santa, Christopher Thomsen, holds Lizzie on Sunday at Airport Garden and Nursery in Port Angeles as part of a fundraiser for the Peninsula Friends of Animals. More than a dozen dogs, some more wiggly than others, sat in Santa’s lap for a photo. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Furry fundraiser

Santa, Christopher Thomsen, holds Lizzie on Sunday at Airport Garden and Nursery in Port Angeles as part of a fundraiser for the Peninsula Friends of… Continue reading

Santa, Christopher Thomsen, holds Lizzie on Sunday at Airport Garden and Nursery in Port Angeles as part of a fundraiser for the Peninsula Friends of Animals. More than a dozen dogs, some more wiggly than others, sat in Santa’s lap for a photo. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
Erin Kluck of Port Townsend watches as her son Kaspar, 4, gives Santa Claus a high five during Saturday’s Uptown Port Townsend Farmers Market. Santa, aka Bryan Hood, said he’ll be manning the Crusty Crumb bakery table again, as the last two farmers markets of the year happen this Saturday and on Dec. 17. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Give me five

Erin Kluck of Port Townsend watches as her son Kaspar, 4, gives Santa Claus a high five during Saturday’s Uptown Port Townsend Farmers Market. Santa,… Continue reading

Erin Kluck of Port Townsend watches as her son Kaspar, 4, gives Santa Claus a high five during Saturday’s Uptown Port Townsend Farmers Market. Santa, aka Bryan Hood, said he’ll be manning the Crusty Crumb bakery table again, as the last two farmers markets of the year happen this Saturday and on Dec. 17. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Jazz Ensemble to offer free Fall Quarter Concert

Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble’s free “Fall Quarter Concert” will take place at 7 tonight. The show will be in Maier Performance Hall… Continue reading

Jefferson Transit to discuss board composition

The Jefferson Transit Authority Board will discuss the composition of the board during a special meeting at 1:30 p.m. today. The hybrid… Continue reading

Repair shop to close Dec. 23

The Recyclery to focus on cycling programs

Utility upgrades to close campground at Heart O’ the Hills next year

Project to replace water pipes could be finished in June

Woman files suit against Olympic Medical Center

She cites behavior of former physician

Noah Plotnik of Sequim (627), Dylan Zehr of Maple Valley (561) and Sean Southard of Sequim (722) take off in the Jamestown S’Klallam Run late Saturday afternoon in Blyn. Runners competed in 5K and 10K races, wearing headlamps in the twilight and dark. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Noah Plotnik of Sequim (627), Dylan Zehr of Maple Valley (561) and Sean Southard of Sequim (722) take off in the Jamestown S’Klallam Run late Saturday afternoon in Blyn. Runners competed in 5K and 10K races, wearing headlamps in the twilight and dark. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Mike French.
Mike French.
Santa tides down Forks Avenue in the West End Business Professional Association train on Saturday evening during the 21st annual Twinkle Light Parade before lighting the Forks Community Tree at the intersection of Sol Duc Way and Forks Avenue. Before and after the parade, the public viewed the Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest’s annual Festival of Trees. Trees were auctioned off Sunday. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Twinkle Light Parade

Santa tides down Forks Avenue in the West End Business & Professional Association train on Saturday evening during the 21st annual Twinkle Light Parade before… Continue reading

Santa tides down Forks Avenue in the West End Business Professional Association train on Saturday evening during the 21st annual Twinkle Light Parade before lighting the Forks Community Tree at the intersection of Sol Duc Way and Forks Avenue. Before and after the parade, the public viewed the Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest’s annual Festival of Trees. Trees were auctioned off Sunday. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
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Visitor to the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village walk through a decorative ornament, part of a donation of holiday decorations from the Microsoft Corporation to the Olympic Medical Center Foundation for use at last weekend's Festival of Trees, and then moved to the ice village for the duration of the ice skating season. The villages offers daily skating through Jan. 2 in downtown Port Angeles.

Volunteers in short supply at Winter Ice Village

Chamber: Popular rink depends on community pitiching in

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Visitor to the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village walk through a decorative ornament, part of a donation of holiday decorations from the Microsoft Corporation to the Olympic Medical Center Foundation for use at last weekend's Festival of Trees, and then moved to the ice village for the duration of the ice skating season. The villages offers daily skating through Jan. 2 in downtown Port Angeles.

EJFR to expand ability to help

City-hosted grant adds ‘tools to toolbox’

Football players disciplined

Forks investigation into hazing incident ongoing

Holiday decorations go missing on Diamond Point

The Grinch came early this year. Or that’s how it seems to residents to Diamond Point Road, who saw a number of… Continue reading