Deer Park Cinema manager Casey Chapman sprays disinfectant mist around the concession stand of the Port Angeles theater complex lobby on Thursday in preparation for reopening on Oct. 30. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Deer Park Cinema to open doors with limited capacity

Lights still off at Rose Theatre

Cindy Rice of Port Ludlow drops off her ballot for the Nov. 3 general election on Thursday at the walk-up drop box in front of the Jefferson County Courthouse, 1820 Jefferson St. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Voter turnout already approaching 40 percent on Peninsula

Drop boxes picked up multiple times per day, officials say

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Jefferson EDC extends grant deadline

Applications due Sunday at midnight; small businesses, nonprofits eligible

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The Shore Aquatic Center in Port Angeles, shown Thursday, is nearing completion with an opening date soon to be scheduled.

Expanded Shore Aquatic Center to open Saturday

Water activities include lap pool, lazy river and spa

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Bill Witherspoon of Port Angeles-based Olympic Lawn Care moves leaves with a leaf blower in the 600 block of East Eighth Street in Port Angeles on Thursday. As the days get shorter and temperatures begin to cool, foliage is transitioning from the greens of spring and summer to the reds, yellows and golds of autumn across much of the North Olympic Peninsula.

Blowing over a new leaf

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Aiming to observe fish as part of her marine biology studies, an eighth-grade student in Port Townsend's OCEAN alternative learning program walks through waves off North Beach County Park on a crisp, sunny October afternoon Wednesday. (Nicholas Johnson/Peninsula Daily News)

Lesson in the waves

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Crime
Catherine Raya

Search near Sol Duc after wreck

Deputies consider woman at risk

 

Report: Marysville man attacked another deputy

Additional charges now on former mental patient

 

Business
Real estate broker Jim Haguewood has joined Port Angeles Realty

Jim Haguewood joins real estate firm

Port Angeles Realty Inc. has announced that Jim Haguewood has joined its firm as a real estate Continue reading...

 

Marketplace

Planting now, for the future

Active forest management does much more than produce timber and toilet paper.

 

Why the construction industry is essential to local toilet paper stocks

Diverse, interconnected forest products industry need all components working

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Robotics take knee surgery to the next level

Knee pain sufferers on the Olympic Peninsula have new options at Jefferson Healthcare

 

Peninsula Home Fund

Many thanks: Peninsula residents fill Home Fund coffers to help their neighbors in need

You’ve outdone yourselves. You donated a total of $230,673.15 with hundreds of Continue reading...

 

Wanted: Volunteers ready to listen

OlyCAP seeks people for Peninsula Home Fund assistance

 

‘Like a fish to water:’ Port Townsend man finds his way home

Home Fund aids forest worker after accident

 

Tables turned, brakes replaced: Home Fund helps couple in Sequim

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Opinion

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Safe passage for wildlife and humans

INSTEAD OF DREADING the soggy Sunday, I went diving into the rain. Yes, I made a plan to explore Port Continue reading...

 

PAT NEAL: October fishing madness

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news. An invasion of desperate anglers spread quickly across the Olympic Peninsula from Continue reading...