Leah Leach

Sequim City Council sets special meeting on MAT

The Sequim City Council would not be involved in the permitting of the first phase of the proposed Medication-Assisted Treatment Center, even if… Continue reading


Quileute Days fetes heritage

Outboard canoe races, salmon bake among events


Race to Alaska competitors pass first checkpoint

Weather good, says race boss


Baby eagles replaced in nest and watched over by neighbors

Neighbors are keeping an eagle eye on a nest on Marine Drive in Sequim. Two eaglets too young to fly were placed back… Continue reading

Today final day of concerts for four-day festival

Today is the final day of the annual four-day Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts weekend. Today’s concerts will begin at… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula prepares for possible drought

Snowpack melting fast but rains keep coming

Toxins explode in Anderson Lake

A deadly nerve toxin created by blue-green algae in Anderson Lake has exploded in one week from more than nine times the recreational… Continue reading

Four-hour delays around Lake Crescent to begin Monday

Four-hour delays on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent will begin Monday. Scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays through… Continue reading

State limits exemptions for measles vaccine

Parents in Washington state will no longer be able to claim a… Continue reading

PT’s Rhody Fest culminates this weekend

Grand Parade, Cake Picnic set Saturday

Eight to receive Heart of Service award

Eight volunteers — four adults and four teenagers — will receive the 2019 Jefferson County Heart of Service award at a luncheon… Continue reading

Calawah River Bridge delays planned

Drivers will encounter one-way alternating traffic with flaggers during repairs of the Calawah River bridge on U.S. Highway 101 this week. The closures… Continue reading

Volunteerism recognized with Clallam County Community Service Awards

Four local heroes will be given Clallam County Community Service Awards on Thursday. The reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the… Continue reading

Ceramic cups replace plastic, raise funds for Port Townsend nonprofit Olympic Neighbors

Almost 400 LaughinGnome creations purchased so far during Gallery Art Walk

Living an authentic life message of Peninsula Behavioral Health gala speaker

Ben Nemtin found a cure for depression that became his life’s work. He’s helping people trust themselves enough to make the seemingly… Continue reading

PDN expands Olympic Peninsula coverage

If you have noticed something a little different about the Peninsula Daily News, you are right. We are expanding space for news… Continue reading

Port Townsend cleanup set for Saturday

In honor of Earth Day, the Port Townsend Main Street Program has planned weeding, painting, clean up, and maintenance projects on Saturday.… Continue reading

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PDN expanding coverage in East Jefferson County

Prescription Drug Take Back Day set April 27

Sites for Jefferson County residents to safely dispose of unused or expired prescription medications will be available in Port Townsend and Port… Continue reading

‘Says You!’ to bandy words in Chimacum on Sunday

Proceeds to help fund Jefferson Clemente Course in the Humanities