Peninsula Daily News takes down paywall as snow stymies print delivery

The PDN will not be delivered Sunday to most subscribers

The Peninsula Daily News will not be delivered Sunday to most subscribers.

After massive amounts of snowfall on the North Olympic Peninsula, concern for the safety of our carriers has prompted this extreme measure, one that has not happened in recent memory.

The PDN may be able to deliver to a few readers in Port Angeles but there will be no delivery in Sequim, East Jefferson County or in the West End.

The Sunday newspaper will be printed and held to be delivered to subscribers on Monday, along with the Monday paper, if weather permits.

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.

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