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Jacob Soule and Karen Anderson were reunited with their dog Miley thanks to brothers Justin and Adam from Montana, who found the dog while hiking the Mount Walker trail. (Valorie Williams)

Miley’s back home: Dog found after she went missing from wreck near Brinnon

Miley, a dog missing for two days after a vehicle collision near Brinnon, was returned to her owners by two hikers who found… Continue reading

Jacob Soule and Karen Anderson were reunited with their dog Miley thanks to brothers Justin and Adam from Montana, who found the dog while hiking the Mount Walker trail. (Valorie Williams)
Port Townsend’s Maritime Discovery Initiative connecting students, careers

Port Townsend’s Maritime Discovery Initiative connecting students, careers

The Port Townsend School District in now three years into its five-year Maritime Discovery Initiative, which brings place-based learning opportunities to students… Continue reading

Port Townsend’s Maritime Discovery Initiative connecting students, careers
Holiday bazaars abound this weekend

Holiday bazaars abound this weekend

With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, many organizations and groups have planned holiday fairs, bazaars and events to get residents in the mood for… Continue reading

Holiday bazaars abound this weekend
Veterans honored with ceremonies today
Veterans honored with ceremonies today
A tribute to four Peninsula residents who have received Medal of Honor

A tribute to four Peninsula residents who have received Medal of Honor

EDITOR’S NOTE: This column by PDN Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb first appeared Nov. 10, 2000. We print an updated version every Veterans Day. A… Continue reading

A tribute to four Peninsula residents who have received Medal of Honor
Dean, Randall maintain leads after third ballot count in Jefferson County

Dean, Randall maintain leads after third ballot count in Jefferson County

Those who led in contested Jefferson County races in Tuesday’s initial count of general election ballots maintained significant advantages when the county… Continue reading

Dean, Randall maintain leads after third ballot count in Jefferson County
Broken boilers leave Mountain View Common offices without heat, pool closed

Broken boilers leave Mountain View Common offices without heat, pool closed

Mountain Vew Commons is without heat and the municipal pool will be closed for about another three weeks after the boilers were… Continue reading

Broken boilers leave Mountain View Common offices without heat, pool closed

Author, wildlife tracker David Moskowitz to talk about caribou in Port Townsend

Wildlife tracker, author and photographer David Moskowitz will present a visual journey into the world of the mountain caribou of the Pacific… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: PA restaurant donates more than $4K to Boys & Girls Club … and other items

The Port Angeles unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula recently received a donation under Jig & Lure… Continue reading

Alchemy Bistro and Wine Bar, 842 Washington St., at 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday will host “2 Across” by Jerry Mayer — a dramatic, character-driven comedy set aboard a San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train — starring Crystal Eisele, seen here, and Michael Vicha.

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Benefit play to hit Sequim stage tonight … and other items

Fifth Avenue Retirement Center will host the opening performance of “A Nice Family Gathering” — a production by Readers Theatre Plus — at… Continue reading

Alchemy Bistro and Wine Bar, 842 Washington St., at 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday will host “2 Across” by Jerry Mayer — a dramatic, character-driven comedy set aboard a San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train — starring Crystal Eisele, seen here, and Michael Vicha.

Harvest Wine & Cider Tour pours over this weekend on Peninsula

Regional brewers and vintners, having bottled the flavors of autumn, this weekend invite area residents and visitors to experience the essences they have captured during… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: ‘To open your mind, open your heart first’

“A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together.” (Ecclesiastes 3:5) THOUGH THIS COLUMN is scheduled to appear in the PDN… Continue reading

Jefferson Healthcare to offer screenings of ‘Being Mortal’ this weekend

Jefferson Healthcare will host two free screenings of the PBS Frontline film “Being Mortal” this weekend. Today’s screening will be at the Northwest Maritime Center,… Continue reading

Mandolin performance, library book sale among events this weekend

A mandolin performance and a library book sale are among the weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. For more about this weekend’s photography show… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles caregiver conference’s registration deadline extended to today … and other items

The Caregivers Coalition has extended the deadline to register for its 10th annual “Building Your Caregiver Tool Box” conference to today. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles writer’s story selected for ‘Chicken Soup’ collection

Port Angeles writer’s story selected for ‘Chicken Soup’ collection

A short story by an author based in Port Angeles has been selected for the book “Chicken Soup for the Soul: The… Continue reading

Port Angeles writer’s story selected for ‘Chicken Soup’ collection
RainShadow Chorale members are, back row, from left, Doug Rodgers, Will Kalb, Don Landstra, Franz Witte, Glen Koch, Malcolm Hepworth, Pat Rodgers, Paul Becker, Linda Bach, Dorothy Hensey, Liz Hazen, Sally Chapin, Bev Schaaf, Claus Janssen, Brian Goldstein, Sue Reid, Sheila Hunt-Witte, Pat Nerison, Phina Pipia, Colleen Johnson, Helen Lauritzen, Weezie Jenkins and Kathleen Schott; front row, from left, Cherry Chenruk-Geelan, Rebecca Rottsolk, Diana Seifert, Jody Bower, Pat Vaughan, Bob McCauley, Kris Lott and Rick Kirkwood.

Three performances set of A Heaven Full of Stars

RainShadow Chorale will present the first of three afternoon performances of “A Heaven Full of Stars” in Chimacum on Sunday. The Chimacum concert… Continue reading

RainShadow Chorale members are, back row, from left, Doug Rodgers, Will Kalb, Don Landstra, Franz Witte, Glen Koch, Malcolm Hepworth, Pat Rodgers, Paul Becker, Linda Bach, Dorothy Hensey, Liz Hazen, Sally Chapin, Bev Schaaf, Claus Janssen, Brian Goldstein, Sue Reid, Sheila Hunt-Witte, Pat Nerison, Phina Pipia, Colleen Johnson, Helen Lauritzen, Weezie Jenkins and Kathleen Schott; front row, from left, Cherry Chenruk-Geelan, Rebecca Rottsolk, Diana Seifert, Jody Bower, Pat Vaughan, Bob McCauley, Kris Lott and Rick Kirkwood.

Val James & Friends to sing jazz favorites at Candlelight Concert

Val James and her Friends will perform an array of jazz standards during a Candlelight Concert of Jazz Favorites this coming Thursday… Continue reading

Deborah Kelley

Volcanoes and vents the focus of Sunday presentation

University of Washington oceanography professor Deborah Kelley will present “Submarine Volcanoes, Vents and the Life They Support” at the Fort Worden Chapel… Continue reading

Deborah Kelley
Mike Chapman

Peninsula Democrats take 24th District seats

Voters have turned the 24th Legislative District into an all-Clallam County team of three Democrats who said Wednesday that education funding must be a top… Continue reading

Mike Chapman