Marchers filling Pope Marine Park in Port Townsend listen to speeches during the 90-minute program. (Jeannie McMacken/for Peninsula Daily News)

Thousands turn out for Peninsula Women’s March in Port Townsend

Nearly 4,000 women, men, and children joined in the 2018 Women’s March in Port Townsend on Saturday.… Continue reading

Curtis steps down as Port Angeles High School football coach

Bret Curtis has resigned as head football coach of the Port Angeles Roughriders, district athletic director Dwayne… Continue reading

Capital budget signed: Long-delayed funding freed for projects

Gov. Jay Inslee has signed both a $4.2 billion capital budget… Continue reading

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No end in sight of partial federal shutdown

Symbols of American promise became emblems of American dysfunction on Saturday… Continue reading

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Draft plan reviewed for proposed Brinnon resort

The Jefferson County commissioners and planning commissioners took a look at a draft development agreement for the… Continue reading

U.S. government shuts down; Dems, GOP blame each other

The federal government shut down at… Continue reading

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Judge rules Washington Legislature records are public

The emails, text messages and other records held by Washington state… Continue reading

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Port Angeles council endorses school levy proposal

A unanimous Port Angeles City Council has endorsed a proposed school levy that would fund major renovations Continue reading...

Kitchen as classroom: Quilcene pupils make meals from scratch for fellow students

Students at Quilcene School eat food prepared by their classmates for lunch, and much of it is either Continue reading...

Alpacas, glass work on Sequim tour

Every Saturday in January from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., visitors can visit the Happy Valley Alpaca Ranch Continue reading...

Sequim School District considering changes to capital project plans

Hold the hammers. Sequim School District officials are considering several options that could change the district’s long-term capital Continue reading...


EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Twice-monthly breakfast meetings are held at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Continue reading...


BUSINESS BRIEFS: Investment rules talk set for Thursday; Co-op meeting scheduled

Those who are new to investing are invited to Philip Trowbridge’s presentation “Investment Rules of the Road” at Continue reading...


Peninsula Home Fund

Thank you! Peninsula Home Fund donations at $218,004

Thank you! You contributed to remember and honor loved ones. You contributed Continue reading...


Leap of faith changes Port Townsend man’s life

Joe Gaikowski, 32, has experienced more traumas and more Continue reading...


Stitches join friends together for Home Fund

By Jeannie McMacken for Peninsula Daily News SEQUIM— Every Wednesday throughout the Continue reading...



DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Extravagance of our longing

WE’RE HUNGRY, WE humans, sometimes starving: for splendor, love, experiences that make us feel alive. Some years back, Alice Derry Continue reading...


PAT NEAL: Fish, orca and humans all doomed

WHEN I’M WRONG I’m wrong and I ain’t ashamed to admit it. I used to think there was not one Continue reading...