A technician works on the monitoring equipment housed on the buoy onboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Henry Blake in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Sept. 20. The buoy, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s network of weather monitoring stations, stopped transmitting weather data last year. Technicians replaced the monitoring equipment last week. (Peter Segall / Peninsula Daily News)

Crews refurbish weather buoy in Strait

NOAA equipment had stopped its transmissions

Clallam County files charges against Midway Metals

Scrapyard owners cited for dumping, nuisance issues

Kinetic Skulpture race this weekend

Human-powered inventions to transverse varied kourse

Dr. Suzanne Ames.

Peninsula College president emphasizes community connections

Leader says institution must be proactive

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Maria Melvin, an advanced registered nurse practitioner for the North Olympic Healthcare Network, stands in the examination room of the organization’s mobile health clinic during a session at Port Angeles High School. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

NOHN mobile clinic delivers services to students

Service began in July and will run through June 2024

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Contact information

Here is contact information for the North Olympic Healthcare Network/Port Angeles School District mobile health clinic. •… Continue reading

Robin Callahan at an Oregon Sunstone mine. The rough oregon sunstone that miner Chris Rose carried in his pocket, and the front and back of the pendant Callahan created after lapidary artist Dalan Hargrave cut the gem. The pendant is now part of the Somewhere in the Rainbow collection.

From mine to cutter to maker to client: Bainbridge Island jeweller says every piece has a story

Expedition to an Oregon Sunstone mine yields a one-of-a-kind gem, and a gem of a tale!

Port Townsend artist Rebecca Welti records the installation of her concrete climbing sculpture, Pluteus, at a new playground area at HJ Carroll Park in Chimacum. The sculpture, in the shape of a baby sea urchin, is totally accessible and represents dependence on life in the Salish Sea. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Sculpture installation

Port Townsend artist Rebecca Welti records the installation of her concrete climbing sculpture, Pluteus, at a new playground area at Continue reading...

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Workers move materials on Wednesday at the site of a future planned four-story, 106-room hotel being built by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe between First Street and Railroad Avenue at Laurel Street in downtown Port Angeles. Work resumed on the project this week after delays in the permitting process and reassessment of the hotel plans to account for inflation and other factors. Construction is expected to last from 18 to 24 months.

Work resumes

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The Dream Playground at Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles, shown on Wednesday, will be closed starting today through Sunday for maintenance, including replacement of a torn section of play surface and installation of donor-sponsored bricks around the gazebo.

Dream Playground to close for maintenance

The Dream Playground at Erickson Playfield will close for maintenance from Thursday through Sunday, according to the city’s parks and Continue reading...

Ray Grier, a 30-year resident of Port Townsend, looks at the Halloween display set up by the park host at the entrance to the RV park at Point Hudson Marina while on his daily 2- to 3-mile walk on Tuesday afternoon. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Halloween show

Ray Grier, a 30-year resident of Port Townsend, looks at the Halloween display set up by the park host at Continue reading...

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Politics

Candidate forum set Friday

The United Peninsula Candidate Forum for hopefuls for District 6 congressman, and state representatives for District 24, Positions Continue reading...

 

Crime

Sequim man arrested on multiple drug-related charges

A 36-year-old Sequim man was arrested and booked him into the Clallam County jail on multiple felony charges Continue reading...

 

Business
The Bonneville Power Administration has named Bill Leady as vice president of power services for generation asset management as of Sept. 25.

Bill Leady promoted at Bonneville

The Bonneville Power Administration has named Bill Leady as vice president of power services for generation asset… Continue reading

 

Karah Ealy has been promoted to director of acute and intensive care units at Jefferson Healthcare.

Ealy promoted at Jefferson Healthcare

Karah Ealy has been promoted to director of acute and intensive care units at Jefferson Healthcare. Ealy,… Continue reading

 

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Peninsula Home Fund going strong

The annual campaign for Peninsula Home Fund donations continues through the holiday Continue reading...

 

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Peninsula Home Fund supports neighbors in times of need

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

OlyCAP director: Peninsula generosity impressive

By Cherish Cronmiller | OlyCAP Executive Director When I was applying for Continue reading...

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Opinion

PAT NEAL: Bee careful in autumn woods

Thank you for reading this. Sometimes, I think if you didn’t read this, no one would. But you do. A Continue reading...