Sequim seeing rise in swan population

This winter, locals can look to Sequim’s skies and waters for booming trumpeter swan populations. “They’ve definitely been… Continue reading

New safety fencing expected on bridges by mid-September

Permanent safety barriers will be installed on the Eighth Street bridges by mid-September, city officials said. The… Continue reading

Forks jail procedures under review after escape

Forks jail staffing and procedures are being reviewed after two inmates escaped Monday night, leading to one found… Continue reading

New missile magazines proposed for Naval Magazine Indian Island

The U.S. Navy is asking for public comment on its plans to build new missile magazines at… Continue reading

Six Port Townsend schools staff members receive national certification

Five Port Townsend teachers and a counselor who earned National Board Certification recently will be recognized during… Continue reading

UPDATE: Second escaped Forks inmate now in custody; first found dead of apparent suicide

Boe James Baker and Alejandro Cendejas-Montoya allegedly assaulted a female guard in the jail break.

Jefferson County approves mediation over D’Amico’s Tarboo Lake plans

Jefferson County commissioners unanimously agreed to enter into mediation with Fort Discovery Inc., over what the moratorium… Continue reading

Kitchen as classroom: Quilcene pupils make meals from scratch for fellow students

Students at Quilcene School eat food prepared by their classmates for lunch, and much of it is either Continue reading...

Alpacas, glass work on Sequim tour

Every Saturday in January from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., visitors can visit the Happy Valley Alpaca Ranch Continue reading...

Sequim School District considering changes to capital project plans

Hold the hammers. Sequim School District officials are considering several options that could change the district’s long-term capital Continue reading...

A new year’s baby: Son is first child for Jefferson County mother

Shelby Thompson’s baby boy came three weeks early, which made him the first baby born in Jefferson Continue reading...

 

Peninsula Home Fund

Thank you! Peninsula Home Fund donations at $218,004

Thank you! You contributed to remember and honor loved ones. You contributed Continue reading...

 

Leap of faith changes Port Townsend man’s life

Joe Gaikowski, 32, has experienced more traumas and more Continue reading...

 

Stitches join friends together for Home Fund

By Jeannie McMacken for Peninsula Daily News SEQUIM— Every Wednesday throughout the Continue reading...

 

Opinion

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Extravagance of our longing

WE’RE HUNGRY, WE humans, sometimes starving: for splendor, love, experiences that make us feel alive. Some years back, Alice Derry Continue reading...

 

PAT NEAL: Fish, orca and humans all doomed

WHEN I’M WRONG I’m wrong and I ain’t ashamed to admit it. I used to think there was not one Continue reading...

 

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