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Peninsula College celebrates grand opening of its newly redone Port Townsend location
The $6 million renovation of Building 202 at Fort Worden State Park broke ground last year and is a significant upgrade over the college’s old location.
Serenity House of Clallam County, police team up to connect homeless with services
Serenity House’s Viola Ware walks with Port Angeles Police Sgt. Jason Viada to places where people are known to camp to ensure they know the services available.
Port Angeles seeking donation of holiday fir tree for Conrad Dyer Fountain
The 35- to 40-foot-tall Douglas fir would start sparkling with 10,000 lights on Nov. 26 and shine until just after New Year’s Day.
OTA finds a lot of fun in musical murder-mystery “Something’s Afoot”
The opens at 7:30 p.m. tonight and will run for three weekends through Nov. 13.
Haunted houses, parties and pumpkin events set for weekend
Scary events and tours will take place along with many family-friendly parties and activities from Chimacum and Brinnon to Forks.
Author visit celebrates region’s ‘Boys in the Boat’ connection
Daniel James Brown will make two appearances in Port Angeles on Saturday.
ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Two library concerts next weekend … and other items
Entertainment news items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
Father, son to share stories of the mountains
Mt. Everest climbers Jim Whittaker and his son, Leif, will talk of their lives and exploits.
From Russia with love: Hermitage Piano Trio comes to Port Townsend
This performance is the first of five in the 2016-2017 Port Townsend Chamber Music Series organized by the Centrum Foundation.
Geologist to talk about geysers, volcanoes
Susan Kieffer will present Saturday on the topic of geologic nozzles and what they have in common with rapids on the Colorado River.
ISSUES OF FAITH: ‘Evil tongue’ can have a lasting impact
I have personally witnessed how verbal abuse and hateful words can cause deep, unseen wounds that leave lifelong scars.
LETTER: A vote for Danille Turissini is a vote for the people
The state Senate candidate is running for you, not against her opponent.
LETTER: After election, we need to concentrate on coming together
We need to make it crystal clear that only following the party line is unacceptable and divisive.
LETTER: Carbon tax initiative will save you in the short term, long run
Starting next year, I-732 would place a $15-per-ton tax on fossil fuels and provide $1,500 for low-income working families.
LETTER: Common sense gun laws? Since when have criminals obeyed laws?
Just look at recent stories in the Peninsula Daily News and Chicago Tribune.
LETTER: I stand by my man, Donald Trump
But Hillary Clinton and I are quite different in how we do that.
LETTER: Media hype of Oct. 8 storms shows media at its worst
It’s indicative of the press’ handling of global warming, too.
LETTER: Trump, GOP the party of lies and misdirection
Trump’s scorched-earth campaign is an extension of the Republican Party’s strategy over the past decade of obstructionism.
LETTER: We need to know where lawmakers stand on Trans-Pacific Partnership
It’s impossible to balance the federal budget with cumulative trade deficits of $9 trillion as a drag on the economy.
NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles High School cadets to take part in training Saturday … and other items
News items on the North Olympic Peninsula.