Deep fissures and missing chunks of concrete mark the Gardiner boat ramp that was constructed during the Johnson administration. (Paula Hunt/for Peninsula Daily News)

Gardiner mobilizes around hunting, public boat ramp

Residents want no shooting zone

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Avian flu found on Peninsula

All flock owners warned to protect fowl

Will Purser

Purser announces fourth run for PUD seat

Candidate discusses rates, broadband, carbon neutral power

walker, mindy

District Court judge eyes a second term

Walker lists expanded access though virtual means among accomplishments

Christopher Thomsen of Port Angeles takes a cellphone photo of the tall ship Lady Washington as it does a beauty pass of City Pier after arriving in Port Angeles in June 2019. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Lady Washington to offer sails, tours in Port Ludlow

Tall ship is replica built to celebrate state’s centennial

PAHS student arrested with airsoft gun

A Port Angeles High School Student was arrested Friday for investigation of bringing a dangerous weapon onto… Continue reading

The Field Arts & Events Hall on the Port Angeles waterfront sits idle on Tuesday while awaiting the resumption of work to complete the facility. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Field Hall pros, cons explored

Participants discuss possibilities of $50 million investment

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Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict, left, reads off the names of Washington law enforcment officers killed in the line of duty as Port Angeles Police Chief Brian Smith looks on during a ceremony of Friday honoring law enforcement personnel as part of National Police Week. The ceremoney, held at the Liberty Bell replica at Veterans Park in Port Angeles, included music from the Port Angeles High School choir, a flag ceremony, a gun salute and ringing of the bell.

Memorial bell ringing in Port Angeles

Above: Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict, left, reads off the names of Washington law enforcement officers killed in the line Continue reading...

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Denny Henson of NW Rustic Cuts works on carved bears at the Logging Show at the Sequim Irrigation Festival on Friday. The show continues today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. as well as a variety of other events during the festival’s grand finale weekend. The highlight will be the Grand Parade through downtown Sequim from noon to 1:30 p.m. today. For more information, see irrigationfestival.com and facebook.com/SequimIrrigationFestival.

Art with bear hands at Irrigation Festival

Denny Henson of NW Rustic Cuts works on carved bears at the Logging Show at the Sequim Irrigation Festival on Continue reading...

Alex Baker of the USPS picks up some food donations on his west Port Angeles route several years ago.

Stamp Out Hunger set Saturday

Alex Baker of the USPS picks up some food donations on his west Port Angeles route several years ago. The Continue reading...

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Port Angeles Business Association member John Brewer fills a wheelbarrow with weeds and dirt during a clean-up effort to beautify the Port Angeles welcome display Front Street and Ennis Cutoff on Saturday. A team of association members along with their friends and families took part in the activity.

Welcome efforts clean up in Port Angeles

Port Angeles Business Association member John Brewer fills a wheelbarrow with weeds and dirt during a clean-up effort to beautify Continue reading...

 

Politics
Will Purser

Purser announces fourth run for PUD seat

Candidate discusses rates, broadband, carbon neutral power

 

walker, mindy

District Court judge eyes a second term

Walker lists expanded access though virtual means among accomplishments

 

Crime
James Luoma on May 3 in Clallam County Superior Court.

No bail set for Sequim man facing attempted murder charge

A Sequim man is scheduled to enter a plea in Clallam County Superior Court on Friday after he Continue reading...

 

Couple charged with Sequim auto theft spree

Bail set after each accused of felonies

 

Life

A GROWING CONCERN: A summer gardener’s lucky 13

I HOPE EVERYONE had a great Mother’s Day and what a gorgeous day it was! With the sun now shining… Continue reading

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Congratulations to Heron Pond Farm owner/trainer Christine Headley, riding Gordy, for receiving The Dressage Foundation’s $1,000 grant from its Trip Harting Fund for Pony Club Members and Graduates.

HORSEPLAY: Port Townsend horse trainer, coach wins $1,000 grant

IT’S DISHEARTENING WHEN I visit Miller Peninsula State Park and see cars parked in slots for horse trailers. Consequently, I’d… Continue reading

 

Along the waterfront in downtown Port Angeles, a new community space is…
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PAHS Students can now take advantage of this FREE program!
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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

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

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

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Opinion

PAT NEAL: Olympic Peninsula driving guide

With the real and present danger of an imminent tourist invasion, it’s time once again for the Olympic Peninsula driving Continue reading...