PORT ANGELES – The Peninsula College women’s and men’s soccer teams, both ranked No. 1 in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community College’s Alaska... Read More
The Peninsula College Women's Basketball Team is sponsoring the third annual Crab Fest 5K Fun Run/Walk on the Saturday morning of the Crab Festival, Oct. 13.... Read More
College’s Maier Hall has been awarded a coveted LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold rating. LEED is the nation’s pre-eminent program for... Read More
With a total size of 256 square feet, plus a 48-square-foot deck, a totally portable mini-home isn’t for everyone.
Thanks to a refurbished 1996 Buick Regal and a generous contributor to the Peninsula College Foundation, Ruth Parks will now be able to take the classes she... Read More
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Peninsula College sophomore J.T. Terrell signed a National Letter of Intent today to play his junior season at the University of Southern California at a... Read More
KENNEWICK - The defending NWAACC champion Peninsula Pirates were sporting championship rings and a little swagger when they arrived in the Tri-Cities for the... Read More
KENNEWICK - Sunday's loss to Clark in the second round of the 2012 NWAACC Basketball Championship Tournament marked a tearful end to the career of three... Read More
Peninsula College soccer coach Andrew Chapman this week signed five very talented recruits, including two national champions out of Reno and a former member of... Read More
In just the second year of women’s soccer at Peninsula College, head coach Kanyon Anderson took his Pirates all the way to the NWAACC championship game before... Read More
Peninsula College men’s soccer scoring sensation Miguel Gonzalez has committed to play for the Seattle University next season.