Clallam County

A hot air balloon rises from the soccer field of the Wally Sigmar Athletic Complex at Peninsula College in Port Angeles for tethered rides on Saturday as part of the Peninsula College Fall Spectacular. The event, hosted by the school to bring the community to the campus, also featured displays and demonstrations, children’s activities, food and music. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Activities, presentations bring families in for festival

Peninsula College welcomes community to campus

 

Inside the proposed design for the expansion and remodel of the Sequim Library includes shorter shelving, allowing visitors to see through the building, said Pia Westen, project lead for SHKS Architects. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Architects present new Sequim Library design to community

Permits anticipated by January; construction possible next summer

 

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The late Terry Wayne Barnett, who was a Joyce Fire District Commissioner and chair of the building committee, is pictured standing in front of one of the fire trucks he wanted to be housed in the planned apparatus barn in Joyce.

Joyce loses ‘irreplaceable’ community volunteer

Terry Barnett served as fire commissioner, on JEPP group and took on variety of other roles

 

In the Port Angeles Symphony’s season-opening Family Pops concert Saturday, Lisa Bergman narrates — and demonstrates a cat walking through the forest — in Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf,” with music director Jonathan Pasternack conducting beside her. The next concert of the season will be Chamber I: Stravinsky’s Soldier Tale on Oct. 14-15. Tickets and more information are available at http://portangelessymphony.org. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Narrating the symphony

and demonstrates a cat walking through the forest — in Prokofiev’s… Continue reading

In the Port Angeles Symphony’s season-opening Family Pops concert Saturday, Lisa Bergman narrates — and demonstrates a cat walking through the forest — in Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf,” with music director Jonathan Pasternack conducting beside her. The next concert of the season will be Chamber I: Stravinsky’s Soldier Tale on Oct. 14-15. Tickets and more information are available at http://portangelessymphony.org. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles City Council to consider religious shelters for homeless

The Port Angeles City Council will consider on Tuesday planning commission recommendations for allowing religious organizations to build temporary shelters for those… Continue reading

Hundreds affected by Port Angeles water main break

Showers, non-potable water offered; cases of water given to residents cut off from service

Rocky Wisniewski of Sequim, a member of the North Olympic Shuttle Spindle Guild, demonstrates how to spin fiber on a walking wheel during Saturday’s Pacific Northwest Fiber Exposition at Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles. The two-day event featured a wide variety of demonstrations, exhibits, workshops and a marketplace showcasing all things fiber. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Fiber exposition

Rocky Wisniewski of Sequim, a member of the North Olympic Shuttle Spindle Guild, demonstrates how to spin fiber on a walking wheel during Saturday’s Pacific… Continue reading

Rocky Wisniewski of Sequim, a member of the North Olympic Shuttle Spindle Guild, demonstrates how to spin fiber on a walking wheel during Saturday’s Pacific Northwest Fiber Exposition at Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles. The two-day event featured a wide variety of demonstrations, exhibits, workshops and a marketplace showcasing all things fiber. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A GROWING CONCERN: Dig those fall gardening chores

OCTOBER IS HERE! That means the weather will certainly change soon. Dark, cool, wet, rainy weather will fall upon us. We need the rain as… Continue reading

First Congregational Church building March 1889.

BACK WHEN: The first church of Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES DOES not have a long history, relatively speaking. First settled in 1854 and declared the Second National City in 1862, the town grew… Continue reading

First Congregational Church building March 1889.
AVA by Marilynn Evans is part of the Bow Wow! exhibit.

Blue Whole Gallery exhibit helps WAG

This October Blue Whole Gallery artists offer a special exhibit to support Welfare for Animals Guild, which rescues and adopts out disadvantaged dogs.… Continue reading

AVA by Marilynn Evans is part of the Bow Wow! exhibit.

COVID infections plateau on Peninsula

Moderate risk in Clallam; high risk in Jefferson

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Breakfast meetings with networking and educational programs are held Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off… Continue reading

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Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department workers Kimberly Noble, left, and Destiny Walters add autumn plants to a decorative basin at the Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain on Friday in downtown Port Angeles. Plants at the fountain and at other locations in the downtown area are periodically replaced with vegetation appropriate to the season.

Fall flowers at Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department workers Kimberly Noble, left, and Destiny Walters add autumn plants to a decorative basin at the Conrad Dyar Memorial… Continue reading

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Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department workers Kimberly Noble, left, and Destiny Walters add autumn plants to a decorative basin at the Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain on Friday in downtown Port Angeles. Plants at the fountain and at other locations in the downtown area are periodically replaced with vegetation appropriate to the season.

ID awaited of fingerprints from torso found on beach

Identification of the torso that washed ashore Sept. 16 in Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is awaiting action by state crime lab technicians, said… Continue reading

October Showcase sets artists’ reception

Olympic Peninsula Art Association will host an artists’ reception for the October Showcase from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. The reception will… Continue reading

Sun Rays by Dan Brewer is among the works to be presented at Solstice

Solstice art exhibit to open at Sequim Civic Center

SEQUIM— Images of contrast between long summer days and long winter nights will be on display at Solstice, an exhibit in a variety of mediums… Continue reading

Sun Rays by Dan Brewer is among the works to be presented at Solstice

Studium Generale to open quarter with traditional welcome

Studium Generale will open its fall quarter series Thursday with the traditional Welcome Celebration, a partnership among the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe,… 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