Port Townsend City Council approves contract for new city manager

John Mauro set to begin position Nov. 1

Clallam County health board hears objections to proposed septic fee

Officials to discuss proposal again at Sept. 17. meeting

Amendments pass for Master Planned Resort near Brinnon

Golf course, community center now included in Phase 1

Port Angeles man sentenced for stabbing in Port Townsend

Defendant found competent despite mental illness

Tractor-trailer crash spills garbage onto Highway 101 near Brinnon

Roadway partially blocked for 13 hours

Three escape serious injury after plane crashes short of runway near Port Townsend

Man was flying with wife, son, from Friday Harbor

‘Wall before I die’: Vietnam War veteran starts ride to D.C. memorial

Bob Glaves joined by Kelly Cook of Pennies for Quarters in bucket list bid, fundraising effort

North Olympic Peninsula Voter Guide

The Peninsula Daily News’ 2019 Primary Election Voter Guide for the North Olympic Peninsula includes candidate questionnaires and biographical profiles Continue reading...

PHOTO: Apollo 11 memories shared in Port Angeles

Ed McKay of Port Angeles, who was a commissary for the Navy aboard the U.S.S. Hornet, the aircraft carrier responsible Continue reading...

PHOTO GALLERY: 2019 Canoe Journey lands at Jamestown Beach

The 2019 Canoe Journey Paddle to Lummi saw canoes arrive at Jamestown Beach on Tuesday, territory of the Jamestown S’Klallam Continue reading...

PHOTOS: The color purple out in abundance

Visitors from across the region are visiting Washington Lavender Farm at 965 Finn Hall Road east of Continue reading...

 

Politics

Primary ballots mailed to registered voters

Law changes in legislative sessions include dates, deadlines for registration, voting

 

Opinion

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Keeping a tradition alive

Vivian Lee of the Hoh Tribe laughed when she told me her favorite story to tell kids is of Duskia, Continue reading...

 

POINT OF VIEW: Medication-assisted treatment clinic plans described

I WOULD LIKE to take a moment to provide a factual context for the Jamestown S’Klallam’s proposed medication-assisted treatment project. Continue reading...

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Entertainment

BLOCK Fest comes to Sequim on Thursday

The Parenting Matters Foundation, First Teacher Program and the North Olympic Library System will offer BLOCK Fest at… Continue reading

 

Water features, ponds focus of garden talk

Roadhouse Nursery owner Jan Bahr will present information about water features, water gardens and fishponds at noon… Continue reading

 

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