Clallam County

Olympic Peninsula Arts Association extends application deadline

The Olympic Peninsula Arts Association has announced that it has extended the deadline for applications for its 2020 art scholarships to Saturday, May… Continue reading

Olympic snowpack above normal

Provides key reservoir for people, fish

Richard “Doc” Robinson, executive director of Serenity House of Clallam County, points to an artist’s rendering of the Bridges Grill and a nearby laundromat on Eighth Street in Port Angeles that were under consideration for purchase by his agency to provide services for homeless young adults in this Dec. 15, 2018, file photo. Robinson has left his post at Serenity House. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News file)
Richard “Doc” Robinson, executive director of Serenity House of Clallam County, points to an artist’s rendering of the Bridges Grill and a nearby laundromat on Eighth Street in Port Angeles that were under consideration for purchase by his agency to provide services for homeless young adults in this Dec. 15, 2018, file photo. Robinson has left his post at Serenity House. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News file)

Applications taken now for COVID-19 Relief Fund grants

Olympic Community Action Program has begun helping those in need using the COVID-19 Relief Fund. Since the Peninsula Daily News and Olympic Community Action Programs… Continue reading

COVID-19 curbs put Field Hall work on hold

Gov. Inslee hints at “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” edict extension

Clallam County signs lease with port for homeless recovery center

Facility will be near William R. Fairchild Memorial Airport

Criteria expand for COVID-19 testing

Jefferson County to follow same guidelines as Clallam County

Kilmer plans Facebook town hall

Event starts at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 2

Webinar for business loans set for today

The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce has announced a webinar on business loan programs form 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. today. The webinar is in… Continue reading

Latest jobless figures show COVID-19 had little effect

North Olympic Peninsula unemployment rose slightly in February as the effects of the coronavirus outbreak had yet to register in the latest jobless… Continue reading

Port Townsend Farmers Market opening postponed

Market managers, vendors considering other ways to offer produce

Campaign to aid local business in works

Clallam commissioners expected to OK spending request for “Choose Clallam First”

Local churches to stream services online

If your church is streaming services and is not listed here, please email the PDN news desk at [email protected] PORT ANGELES • Independent Bible Church:… Continue reading

Live Your Dream awards presented

Soroptimist International of Port Angeles-Noon Club presented Live Your Dream awards to Brandi Sutton and Monica Berkseth during the Feb. 29 Celebrating… Continue reading

Elementary school collects socks for Dr. Seuss week

Students at Franklin Elementary School in Port Angeles have donated 1,555 pairs of socks in conjunction with the school’s observance of Dr. Seuss week March… Continue reading

‘Plant Defensive Communication’ lecture over livestream

Pam Larsen will present “Plant Defensive Communication” at noon Thursday, April 9. The lecture is part of the Green Thumb Garden Tips… Continue reading

Winners announced for 2020 Tidepools publication

The staff of Tidepools 2020, Peninsula College’s art, music and literary magazine, has announced the winners of the 2020 contest. The magazine features fine art,… Continue reading