Clallam County PUD approves pay raises for union employees

The Clallam County Public Utility District has approved 3 percent pay raises for union-represented employees in each of the next four years. District… Continue reading

Woman on a 17-day hunger strike to save Southern Resident orcas

Lanni Johnson is a 71-year-old woman who has been sitting in front of the Capitol Building in Olympia for the past 10 days… Continue reading

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

Geologist to tell of working in the crater of Mount St. Helens

Geologist Christina Heliker of Sequim will tell about her work at Mount St. Helens — which began shortly after its cataclysmic eruption… Continue reading

Heavy rains create flooding in Eastern Washington, Idaho

Officials in the adjacent college towns of Pullman and Moscow, Idaho, are cleaning up after heavy rains produced flooding. The… Continue reading

  • Apr 11, 2019

Steady hands: Work underway at Maritime Center

Jason Bledsoe of the Wooden Boat Foundation Boatshop glues companion framing on the Helma, a 26-foot Danish spitsgatter originally built in 1938.… Continue reading

Fisherman found dead identified as Brinnon man

A fisherman found dead March 29 has been identified as Leonard Skoog of Brinnon. Skoog’s body washed onto the beach at Fisherman Harbor… Continue reading

Court rejects appeal of Dungeness Water Rule

Earlier decision upheld in favor of state Department of Ecology

Women Veterans Conference on Friday

The rescheduled third annual Women Veterans Conference and Luncheon will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. The conference will offer… Continue reading

Five intern positions open with Clallam County Marine Resources Center

The Clallam County Marine Resources Committee has announced that it will hire five high school or college students to intern with environmental… Continue reading

50 middle school students compete in History Day competition

Fifty eighth-grade students from Stevens Middle School traveled to Bremerton to compete in the History Day regional competition at Olympic College on March… Continue reading

‘What Were You Wearing?’ survive art show to open Saturday

The survivor art show “What Were You Wearing?” will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The show will be… Continue reading

Flight operations scheduled this week

There will be additional field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex this week. There was… Continue reading

Jefferson County Sheriff Joe Nole to attend Coffee With a Cop event Saturday

The Jefferson County Developmental Disability Advisory Board will host Coffee With a Cop from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The event… Continue reading

Port Townsend School District Technology Committee to meet Thursday

The Port Townsend School District Technology Committee will consider the district’s three-year plan for technology when it meets at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.… Continue reading

Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary chooses its March students of the month

Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary has announced the selection of Aliyah Rogers and Nico Winegar as Students of the Month for March. The… Continue reading

Three cars collide in wreck near Port Angeles

Three Port Angeles residents suffered apparent minor injuries in a three-car wreck near the Walmart Supercenter in Port Angeles. The 10:48 a.m.… Continue reading

Dungeness Valley Creamery recalls raw milk products feared to be contaminated

Dungeness Valley Creamery is voluntarily recalling retail raw whole milk, skim milk and cream because it might be contaminated with Escherichia coli bacteria… Continue reading

Mechanic CJ Knoph works on a bike at the ReCyclery on Wednesday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

ReCyclery eyes expansion at Mountain View in Port Townsend

Bicycle shop, school district working on long-term lease

Mechanic CJ Knoph works on a bike at the ReCyclery on Wednesday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam Conservation District eyes rates, charges

Fees for property owners intended to create reliable funding