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Bryan Smith of Seattle pushes his bicycle up a steep, muddy hill during Saturday's PNW Extreme Cyclocross mens single-speed race at Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles.

CYCLOCROSS: A muddy time was had by all

Nearly 200 riders — and runners — from all around the Pacific Northwest braved the mud and… Continue reading

Man charged with second-degree murder

Suspect turns self in after 12-hour manhunt

Three deaths from COVID in Clallam County

North Olympic Peninsula now has lost 91 to virus

Culvert replacement delayed in Port Angeles

Projects will disrupt traffic significantly

Volunteers A.J. Laverty, left, and Marsha Hamacher organize the winter outfits at the Community United Methodist Church’s clothing room. The room is open for free shopping on Saturdays. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Former prosecutor running church resource room

Port Hadlock pastor helps provide food, tents and clothing

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Craig Tenhoff prepares to hand off candy canes to place along Diamond Point Road earlier this month as the road was transformed into Holiday Lane. Each year since 2007, residents have lined the road with Christmas decorations for nearly 4 miles starting from the road’s intersection at U.S. Highway 101. About 35 volunteers helped hang ornaments, candy canes and banners.

Community shows Christmas spirit

Craig Tenhoff prepares to hand off candy canes to place along Diamond Point Road earlier this month as the road… Continue reading

Jonathan Arakawa shares a story board with late Elwha Elder Ramona. The Port Angeles School District has a long standing relationship with the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, and celebrated that strong relationship during National Native American Heritage Month.

PASD marks Native American Heritage Month by celebrating the long partnership with Klallam Tribe

Government-to-government relationship nurtures education for, and about, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe

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About 50 early and eager shoppers were at the Port Angeles Swain’s General Store’s door at 8 a.m. sharp Friday morning to get Black Friday holiday deals. Retailers throughout the North Olympic Peninsula offered special sales on Friday and Saturday during the long Thanksgiving weekend.

Black Friday shopping on Peninsula

About 50 early and eager shoppers were at the Port Angeles Swain’s General Store’s door at 8 a.m. sharp Friday Continue reading...

Cameron Masters and Michael Archer of Seattle descend the Taylor Street stairs into downtown Port Townsend on Saturday, where holiday shopping was well underway. Retailers offered specials all across the North Olympic Peninsula for Small Business Saturday. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Tis the season

Cameron Masters and Michael Archer of Seattle descend the Taylor Street stairs into downtown Port Townsend on Saturday, where holiday Continue reading...

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Port Angeles Parks & Recreation Department employee Eli Hammel strings lholiday lights on the branches of the downtown Port Angeles Christmas Tree on Tiuesday at the Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain. The tree, acquired from the Port of Port Angeles, will be adorned with about 10,000 lights and will remain lit through the holiday season. Because of COVID-19, there will be no formal ceremony to light the tree this year.

Port Angeles Christmas tree decorations go up

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Cameron Masters and Michael Archer of Seattle descend the Taylor Street stairs into downtown Port Townsend on Saturday, where holiday shopping was well underway. Retailers offered specials all across the North Olympic Peninsula for Small Business Saturday. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Tis the season

Cameron Masters and Michael Archer of Seattle descend the Taylor Street stairs into downtown Port Townsend on Saturday, where holiday… Continue reading

 

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP… Continue reading

 

Life

Farmland webinars set online

The Clallam Conservation District will host two webinars on farmland management in December. Planners from the district… Continue reading

 

Scholarship awarded to Port Angeles student

Cheyenne Maggard, of Port Angeles, has been awarded a $1,000 college scholarship from the Washington Public Utility District… Continue reading

 

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Peninsula Home Fund supports neighbors in times of need

Your donations create safety net

 

Cherish Cronmiller is the executive director for Olympic Community Action Programs. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

OlyCAP director: Peninsula generosity impressive

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