This sequoia tree on the west side of Lions Park in Port Angeles is slated for removal because of damage it has caused to a nearby driveway and house foundation. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles Sequoia 105-feet tall poses danger, should come down, arborist says

A stately tree at Lions Park is slated for removal despite objections from a neighbor and other… Continue reading

Man charged in Pierce County after Net Nanny operation

State Patrol investigators have announced another arrest in the Net Nanny operation that targeted sexual predators, held… Continue reading

Port Angeles man accused of giving chase to trooper sentenced

A Port Angeles man accused of chasing a State Patrol trooper who gave him a traffic ticket… Continue reading

Clallam deputy prosecutor eyes Jefferson chief prosecutor post

Clallam County deputy prosecuting attorney James Kennedy has announced his intention to run for Jefferson County Prosecuting… Continue reading

Jesse Colin Young to hail ‘Dreamers’ in Port Angeles this Saturday

Jesse Colin Young quit the road a decade ago. The singer-songwriter, known for his solo work and… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail jogger fights off assailants, deputies say

A woman was attacked while jogging with her dog on the Olympic Discovery Trail just east of… Continue reading

Clallam County Board of Health hears details about housing crisis

The Clallam County Board of Health heard Tuesday that there is still much to be done to… Continue reading

First responders, Chimacum officials share meal, discussion about school safety

East Jefferson County first responders and Chimacum School District administration are getting to know each other. A breakfast Continue reading...

PHOTO: Gallery planned for chainsaw artist

Jeff Eshom, owner of ButtCutt Woodworks at 2010 W. Highway 101 in Port Angeles, uses a chainsaw to carve a Continue reading...

‘Wolf at the Door’ has world premiere in Port Townsend

It’s getting hot in here. Partly that’s due to the apartment radiator that won’t turn off, but Continue reading...

Expansion of Food Co-op to begin Monday in Port Townsend

A ground-breaking ceremony Tuesday celebrated an expansion of the Food Co-op that will begin Monday. The $2.9 Continue reading...

 

Politics

Clallam deputy prosecutor eyes Jefferson chief prosecutor post

Clallam County deputy prosecuting attorney James Kennedy has announced his intention to run for Jefferson County Prosecuting Continue reading...

 

Business

ON THE WATERFRONT: Liberty Bay renamed Washington

EARLIER THIS WEEK Liberty Bay, a 790-foot crude oil tanker, moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 1. During 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...

 

Opinion

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Solar energy, on tap

THERE’S NO MISTAKING it: the sound of the sun. This is musical nourishment, sweet to the soul and body. Steel Continue reading...

 

Entertainment

Jesse Colin Young to hail ‘Dreamers’ in Port Angeles this Saturday

Jesse Colin Young quit the road a decade ago. The singer-songwriter, known for his solo work and Continue reading...

 

Sequim church hosts Port Angeles high-schoolers for Music Live with Lunch

This month’s Music Live with Lunch at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will host two award-winning teen musicians from Continue reading...

 

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