PHOTO GALLERY: Running amuck for charity

The husband-and-wife team of Andrew and Heather Fry of Port Angeles makes a splash after careening down… Continue reading

Poaching trial set on 16 counts

Two men accused in Jefferson, Clallam

Sequim considers MAT online questionnaire

Discussion continues Sept. 23

Homeless task force sets goals for five-year plan

Group aims to capture more complete data

State officals concerned about vape-related lung illnesses

Peninsula pot retailers: Vape products are tested, safe

Port Angeles man charged with rape of child

Prosecutors have filed charges against a Port Angeles man accused of having sexual contact with a minor… Continue reading

Port Angeles man charged with heroin sales

A 30-year-old Port Angeles man has been charged with dealing heroin next to a school bus stop… Continue reading

Best of the Peninsula 2019 online edition

Who’s the best on the Olympic Peninsula? For the 23rd consecutive year, the advertising departments of the Peninsula Daily News, Continue reading...

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PHOTO: Dog park official opening

Bob Gray, Port Townsend City Council member and vice president of Dog Recreation on the Peninsula, cuts Continue reading...

No serious injuries in Port Ludlow rollover wreck

A 60-year-old woman was extricated from the van she was driving when it rolled over on Paradise Continue reading...

PHOTO: Gates on guard at Veterans Memorial Park in Port Angeles

Bruce Selleg, right, takes a measurement during Wednesday’s installation of the first of six decorative gates designed Continue reading...

 

Politics

Candidate forums set in October

Three public forums are coming in October in Jefferson County for 18 candidates seeking elected positions this fall with the Continue reading...

 

Opinion

Point of View: LWV studies, supports Healing Campus

By Linda Benson The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works Continue reading...

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PAT NEAL: Things could be worse

THERE ARE FEW sounds more comforting than the steady drumming of heavy rain on the roof. Still, some people have Continue reading...

 

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