Port Townsend novelist JoAnne Tompkins, at home with her schnauzer Oscar, has released her debut, “What Comes After,” to glowing reviews across the nation. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend novelist draws critical acclaim

Author’s background as a mediator helps characters’ ‘psyches’

Peninsula numbers leveling, but state cases may take a few more weeks

Super-spreaders blamed for 135 infections, official says

Drug overdoses skyrocket in state amid COVID

More people in Washington state died of drug overdoses in 2020 than any other year in at least… Continue reading

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A copper rockfish — its eyes distended due to the pressure change when it was pulled up from a depth of 250 feet — is among the creatures in “Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound.” Author David B. Williams will discuss his research on the North Olympic Peninsula in a free online program Tuesday evening. (Photo courtesy of David B. Williams)

‘Homewaters’ talk explores creatures of Admiralty Inlet

Registration is free for Tuesday discussion

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Leo Goolden, who is restoring the racing cutter Tally Ho, plans to move the project from rural Sequim to Port Townsend.

Tally Ho to move from Sequim to Port Townsend

Historic yacht undergoes renovation

Olympic Peninsula counties leading vaccine efforts

Jefferson tops state; Clallam at 57 percent

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Reversirol Reviews – Natural Blood Sugar Support Supplement?

Diabetes is not an ordinary health condition. It causes irritation by manipulating the patient’s system and leaving them with problems… Continue reading

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With master of ceremonies Stephen Rosales serving as virtual guide, the 2021 Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade-turned-Procession makes its way through downtown Sequim late Saturday afternoon. Festival royalty includes, from left, princesses Allie Gale and Zoee Kuperus, float builder Guy Horton, princess Sydney VanProyen and queen Hannah Hampton. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

The Irrigation Festival goes on

and virtual — forms this past weekend, with a slew of Continue reading...

Jenny Preston of Chimacum's Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival's Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair in downtown Sequim pn Saturday. "I've been coming to this festival since as long as I can remember, possibly the 1970s," Preston said. With health restrictions in place the festival moved all but two events — the fair and the Grand Parade-turned-procession — to virtual presentations. See irrigationfestival.com. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Irrigation Festival fair ongoing in Sequim

Jenny Preston of Chimacum’s Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and Crafts Continue reading...

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Zotrim Reviews – Appetite Suppressant Ingredients That Work?

You might want to lose weight like most people but do not have the time to go to the gym. Continue reading...

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Politics

Council members look to election

Most city office-holders plan to run in November

 

Crime

Port Angeles man charged after alleged machete attack

Victim treated at Harborview and released

 

Dismissal sought of hate crime charge

Clallam Bay man says eggs not aimed at Black woman

 

Business

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

In-person meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off U.S. Continue reading...

 

Peninsula Home Fund
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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Generous donors provide for Home Fund

Grants provide relief for residents

 

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Peninsula Home Fund information

Donations will go to local residents in need of ‘a hand up, not a handout’

 

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Generous donors get Peninsula Home Fund off to a healthy start

The 32nd annual Peninsula Home Fund campaign is underway. The Home Fund Continue reading...

 

Opinion

OUR VIEW: Best way to create change: Run for office

IF YOU DON’T like what’s happening, run for office. The candidate filing week is May 17-21 for the Nov. 2… Continue reading

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LETTER: The true whiners

Before the letter addresses the degrading and insulting characterizations of people fleeing the failed states of their homelands for a… Continue reading

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