Crash landing closes Jefferson County Airport

The Jefferson County International Airport was closed for nearly two hours after a small plane crash-landed at… Continue reading

Raptor Center to close, eventually: After career of rescuing animals, Jaye Moore slowing down

Injured birds on the North Olympic Peninsula for decades have found refuge at the Northwest Raptor and Wildlife… Continue reading

Kaston Beckett, 6, joined the crowd Friday in front of the Clallam County Courthouse as it supported striking Port Angeles School District paraeducators. (Paul Gottlieb /Peninsula Daily News)

School strike ends in PA; paraeducators, district come to agreement

Port Angeles School District schools will reopen Monday after paraeducators approved a new three-year wage agreement with… Continue reading

Higher ground for Quileute Tribal School in La Push

All was quiet in a misty clearing surrounded by a coastal forest near La Push on Tuesday.… Continue reading

Tree lightings, Ice Village scheduled after Thanksgiving

Communities across the North Olympic Peninsula will begin to celebrate the winter holiday season the day after Thanksgiving. Port Angeles’… Continue reading

More than 150 teachers and paraeducators ended their demonstration in downtown Port Angeles, circling past the courthouse, supporting the paraeducators’ strike. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Strike to end Monday; Port Angeles paraeducators, district reach pact

Schools will reopen Monday after the Port Angeles Paraeducators Association approved a new wage agreement tonight with… Continue reading

National Adoption Day celebrated at ceremony in Clallam

Miles Bennett, 2, has been a member of the Bennett family since he was born, but on… Continue reading

O Christmas tree: Port Angeles workers decorate at Dyar Fountain

City worker Eli Hammel places a star on top of the Port Angeles 35-foot noble fir Christmas Continue reading...

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Free community feasts planned on Peninsula for Thanksgiving

Free community feasts are planned on the North Olympic Peninsula on Thanksgiving Day and on days leading up to the Continue reading...

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PHOTO: Fall colors remain at Port Angeles park

A flock of ducks creates ripples on a pond at Lincoln Park in Port Angeles on Tuesday as a cluster Continue reading...

PHOTO: A salute to veterans in Forks

The Forks Old Fashioned 4th of July float serves as a backdrop at the Forks Transit Center on Sunday as Continue reading...



Rohrer maintains led over Black for judgeship

Erik Rohrer maintained his lead over John Black on Thursday by 24 votes in the race for Continue reading...



Marijuana producer in Port Angeles accused of selling on black market

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has issued two emergency marijuana license suspensions for North Coast Continue reading...



BIRD WATCH: It makes perfect birdsense

The effect barometric pressure has on birds’ lives has been widely studied and written about. However, just when you think… Continue reading


A GROWING CONCERN: Black Friday, warm heart

IT LOOKS LIKE our nasty weather has finally arrived, right on the tails of a beautiful, record-breaking Monday, warm and… 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...



PAT NEAL: Salmon’s gift to the future

MAYBE YOU’VE HAD one of those days. You wake up on an autumn morning and everything hurts. Nothing seems to Continue reading...


WEST END NEIGHBOR: Mushroom season is fading out

IN THE FALL, there is gold out in the forests of the West End and anyone can pick it off Continue reading...