Peninsula Daily News delivery limitations continue due to snow

Some routes in Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend remain a danger

The recent spate of wintry weather is expected to continue to limit delivery of the Peninsula Daily News today.

Our carriers continue to be unable to deliver some routes in Port Angeles, Sequim and Port Townsend.

When regular delivery resumes, carriers also will deliver subscribers’ missed papers, which have been printed and held.

After the snowfall on the North Olympic Peninsula over the weekend and into today, concern for the safety of our carriers prompted the extreme measure starting Sunday of papers not being delivered to some subscribers.

Today’s delivery limitations reflect improving road conditions, but dangers still exist for some routes.

In the meantime, we don’t want you to miss the local news, so the paywall has been taken down from the PDN website until further notice.

We will update as often as possible at www.peninsuladailynews.com.

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