Margaret More of Port Townsend cuts flowers at Wilderbee Farm, one of eight locations open during this Saturday and Sunday's Jefferson County Farm Tour. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Jefferson County Farm Tour finishes today

In-person, online experiences available

Health officer: Unvaccinated staff spread virus

They are top cause of long-term care facility outbreaks, Berry says

Jerren Fisher

Search underway for overdue backpacker

Have you seen this man? Tip line taking information from public

Vax opponents urge breaking mandate

Restaurants getting visits

Three Forks teens dead after car crashes into tree

Two others in critical condition Saturday

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Sue and Tom Lotz of Port Angeles take what they call a “coffee break” in their small kayaks near Sail and Paddle Park on Ediz Hook on Thursday. They were enjoying the last days of nice weather before a predicted rain storm expected this weekend. The Lotzes said they were greeted by at least a dozen seals in the harbor on their leisurely excursion.

Harbor paddling

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Hospital case loads rising

Three more deaths reported in Clallam County

A small break in rain was all it took to bring Sequim residents out into the sunshine on Saturday. Taking advantage of the good weather, many spent their time during the last weekend of the summer outdoors before fall officially begins Wednesday. More rainfall is expected today as a storm crosses the North Olympic Peninsula. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

Weather or not

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Red and orange hues mean change is coming as shown on these trees on Water Street next to Pope Marine Park in downtown Port Townsend. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Fall is in the air

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Duane Grego, left, and Dan Welden check the scales on Welden’s winning pumpkin at 166.2 pounds Sunday. A giant pumpkin contest is conducted each year at the Evergreen Country Estates neighborhood on Goss Road south of Port Angeles. Welden, who started the contest 14 years ago, gives each of his neighbors special pumpkin sprouts he has started from seeds from the Northwest Giant Pumpkin Growers Association. The growing season starts around May 1 and the neighbors gather for a weigh-in and to have a pumpkin potluck party this time of year. Only one pumpkin weighed more than 100 pounds out of the dozen entries. (Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News)

Giant pumpkin contest

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LuAnne Hinkle, left, of the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society, receives a check from Ginger Rushton of the home health department at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles. Staff and customers at the pharmacy raised more than $950 to support the humane society, the July recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity. The funds are raised through monetary donations, used book sales, donated employee casual days and a percentage of over-the-counter sales.

Charity of the month

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Politics
Karen Rogers

OMC board race heats up

Candidate alleges other has conflict of interest for seat

 

Libby Urner Wennstrom.

Port Townsend council hopefuls debate

Issues: Vaccine proof, housing, work-life balance

 

Life

A GROWING CONCERN: Weather, or not, to plant

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Teia Stitzel

Stitzel to speak at Unity in the Olympics

Teia Stitzel will present “Happy Friend-a-versary” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Stitzel will be the guest speaker at… Continue reading

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