Retired teacher Nancy McCaleb speaks in support of striking paraeducators in the Port Angeles School District as Port Angeles Paraeducators Association President Rebecca Winters listens during a rally on Thursday at Shane Park.

About 130 rally in support of paras

District officials say funding is statewide problem

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Gus Griffin, 11, second from left, and classmates dig up weeds in one of Port Townsend’s three gardens on March 28. (Grace Deng/Washington State Standard)

Farm-to-school programs flourish in Washington

Demand from school districts outpacing state funding

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Funding farm-to-school programs

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Jefferson enacts 1-year moratorium on STRs

County wants to consider possible regulations for rentals

Stephanie Anne Johnson will sing blues, Americana and possibly the Beatles this Friday night at Field Arts & Events Hall.

Singer to bring an American blend to Field Hall on Friday

Stephanie Anne Johnson learned by traveling on cruise ships

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Pickets in support of paraeducators in the Port Angeles School District march along West Eighth Street in front of the district offices at Lincoln Center on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Strike enters Day 4

Paraeducators, district continue to bargain

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In looking at ways to improve our broader financial wellbeing, it can help to focus on three pillars of financial wellness: saving, spending and security. Photo courtesy First Fed

Your guide to financial wellness

As April begins, so does Financial Literacy Month, an opportune time to reevaluate and bolster our financial well-being. It’s a… Continue reading



Man wields machete in Port Angeles road rage incident

Police: Lee punches driver, breaks window of another vehicle


Home invasion suspect arrested in Port Angeles

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EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

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Now is the perfect time to lay down some rich, organic compost and rake in a high quality grass seed for a beautiful lawn come summer.

A GROWING CONCERN: Garden chore list grows in spring

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Some of the evidence recovered when they were arrested.

BACK WHEN: Jail break on the Olympic Peninsula

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