Northwest Watershed Institute study suggests reason behind eagle gathering at Dabob Bay

Why do eagles gather along more than a mile of shoreline in east Dabob Bay on Hood… Continue reading

Most back on the grid after power outages in Jefferson County

Electrical power had been restored to most Jefferson County Public Utility District customers by noon today after… Continue reading

A new proposal from the City of Sequim asks contractors to evaluate current and ongoing costs for the John Wayne Marina. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Lease in John Wayne Marina’s future?

John Wayne Marina’s future has become crowded with possibilities, including a potential joint ownership-operating agreement between the… Continue reading

Commissioners adopt 2018 Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan

The Jefferson County commissioners have voted unanimously to adopt the 2018 Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan and Unified… Continue reading

Inslee wants 100 percent clean energy in Washington by 2045

Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday proposed an ambitious package of legislation to tackle climate change, including eliminating fossil… Continue reading

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New lights installed at Memorial Field in Port Townsend

Jefferson County’s Memorial Field is a whole lot brighter as the latest lighting technology has replaced the… Continue reading

Death of Neah Bay man investigated after body found in truck on Highway 112

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a 21-year-old Neah Bay man after his… Continue reading

Discovery Bay rescue, education center plans open house

At the end of a dirt drive off a county road, a compound of neatly designed enclosures Continue reading...

PHOTO: An icy ride in Port Angeles

Brad Schroeder of Sequim pushes his 7-year-old daughter Madelynne, front, and her 6-year-old friend Piper Cook, middle, at the Port Continue reading...

PHOTO: A spot of honey at vintage market in Port Angeles

Dana Snell of Port Angeles, left, receives a jar of honey from Meg Depew of Sequim Bee Farm on Friday Continue reading...

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PHOTO: Fun, education at Feiro field trip

Kristen Neils of Tumwater and her daughter, Kennedy Neils, 6, examine a squid before its dissection as part of a Continue reading...



Recount finds no change in District Court II judge race

An unofficial recount upheld Erik Rohrer’s 28-vote victory over John Black in the general election race for Continue reading...



Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team has seized $58,671 in drugs this year

The Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team has seized 406 grams of heroin, 194 grams of methamphetamine, and Continue reading...



ON THE WATERFRONT: Holiday gifts for the mariner on your list

CHRISTMAS IS NOT too far away, not that many of us need reminding, although finding the perfect gift for someone Continue reading...


EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month Continue reading...


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                                Marie Sewell of Port Townsend makes afghans — such as this one with Seahawks colors — to give away.

Christmas meal saved by Home Fund help

When you walk into your kitchen to create the Continue reading...


Trina Sloan recently adopted a kitten for her little boy — and for herself.
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Peninsula Home Fund helps Port Angeles mother realize her dream

By Diane Urbani de la Paz For Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES Continue reading...


Director: Peninsula residents take care of each other through Home Fund

By Dale Wilson Executive Director, Olympic Community Action Programs As executive director Continue reading...

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WEST END NEIGHBOR: Warm music brightens up long-term care facility

ONE DOESN’T REALLY have to tune a washtub bass, so Larry Baysinger waited patiently while the other musicians tuned their Continue reading...