Judge dismisses lawsuit against easement that blocks 'pit-to-pier' project on Hood Canal

SHINE — A federal court judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the Navy challenging a conservation easement that would block development of a 998-foot pier and gravel-loading project sought by Hood Canal Sand and Gravel. (continued)

Free stars and planets astronomy program at Hurricane Ridge tonight, Friday night and this weekend

Chimacum School District to celebrate 100 years with open house tonight

UPDATED — Largest Washington wildfire is now 45 percent contained

GOOD THURSDAY MORNING! What's happening on the North Olympic Peninsula? See today's PDN front page

HOW YOU CAN HELP — Silver Spurs 4-H Club seeks supplies for horse, livestock owners who fled Washington fires

HOW YOU CAN HELP — Port Angeles woman heads drive for donations for Eastern Washington wildfire victims

Cast your ballot today! Pick your favorite in our County Fair Photo Contest

Bank of America sells its four Peninsula branches to lst Security Bank; customer accounts to be carried over in January 2016

Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles closed again due to bacteria

Jamestown S’Klallam tribe buys wireless division of Port Townsend’s Intellicheck Mobilisa

Olympic Medical Center opens new ER, demolishes old clinic

Railroad Bridge trestle replacement crews taking special measures to spare wildlife

OUTDOORS: Rainfall raises, reopens some Peninsula rivers to recreational fishing

Preview performance of short plays set tonight in Sequim's Olympic Theatre Arts

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim briefly to close off some streets today . . . and other items

Port Angeles City Council moves toward selling Morse Creek hydroelectric plant

U.S. Rep. Kilmer discusses legislation to combat Citizens United, money in politics at Port Townsend forum

Port Angeles-based Coast Guard cutter intercepts 2,900 pounds of pot

Poets, storytellers sought for new Salmon Feed & Poetry Read in Forks on Sept. 19

Deadline nears for artists to enter fall Fiber Arts Festival in Sequim

North Olympic Peninsula burn bans remain in place despite rain

Crowd of 180 at Overdose Awareness Vigil in Port Angeles remembers those killed by drug overdose, sets plans for future

Lone Olympic National Park campground still closed as work continues in aftermath of storm

Summer Windstorm Redux — a dash cam video from the Port Townsend Police Department

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