About 30 sailboats compete in the Port Townsend Sailing Association’s 33rd annual Shipwrights Regatta on Port Townsend Bay on Saturday. More of a fun event than a sailing competition, awards are given out during a pizza party afterward for the most navigationally challenged (Directional Helmet trophy) and for the “saltiest” boat and crew. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Shipwrights Regatta

About 30 sailboats compete in the Port Townsend Sailing Association’s 33rd annual Shipwrights Regatta on Port Townsend Bay on Saturday.… Continue reading

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UPDATE: Power restored between Sequim, Port Angeles

A tree has been removed from a Clallam County PUD line that caused an outage for about 11,000… Continue reading

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Dream Playground to be fully covered by insurance

Donations still will be used in May rebuild

The City of Sequim hosts 13 manufactured home/mobile home parks with 596 existing units and 786 approved dwelling units. City staff continue to look into zoning options that could protect these sites from redevelopment to help protect affordable housing options in the city. (City of Sequim)

Sequim extends its mobile home moratorium

City staff to work preserving manufactured housing option

Olympic Medical Center chief outlines efforts at improvements

Decreased number of travelers among them

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Jay and Trudi Inslee wear red for #WearRedDay to support women’s heart health in 2022. (Jay Inslee)

Gov. Inslee reflects in his final year of three terms

On the second level of the white and gray marbled Capitol building stands the Governor’s office, guarded by… Continue reading

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KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS
Chris Johnson of Nordland-based Nordland Construction loads traffic drums onto a trailer as coworker Robert Bufford prepares to secure the load as the pair prepares to open the parking lot at Port Angeles City Pier to automobiles on Friday. The work was part of a project to improve storm drainage, replace damaged sidewalks and ADA ramps and mitigate shoreline erosion around the lot, which had been closed since early January. Tree replacement and other project detail work is expected to follow over the next few weeks.

City Pier parking open

Chris Johnson of Nordland-based Nordland Construction loads traffic drums onto a trailer as coworker Robert Bufford prepares to secure the… Continue reading

 

Politics

House, Senate release spending proposals

Supplemental budgets to be negotiated

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Business
Julianne Knezovich and Emily Pulte.

New clinicians

Olympic Medical Physicians has announced the hiring of two new physician assistants. The new staff members, Julianne… Continue reading

 

Carrie Heaton

Heaton promoted

Kitsap Bank has announced the promotion of Carrie Heaton to vice president for risk management and security..… Continue reading

 

Life
CutlIne: What beautiful long ears and adorable eyes he has! Meet Rio,  a mammoth donkey who grew to 16’2 hands tall.

HORSEPLAY: Want a donkey? A beginners guide to donkey care

GOT THE URGE to bring home a cute, adorable miniature donkey? I’ve been resisting that impulse myself since visiting Melody… Continue reading

 

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.

Unity in Port Townsend planning for Sunday services

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith will present “Heart Centeredness” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Douglas-Smith is the pastor at… Continue reading

 

Centrum’s Chamber Music Series continues its tradition of excellence with an exceptional…
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Tickets go on sale Jan. 1 for May gala; here’s how to…
December 25, 2023
Opinion
ron allen

POINT OF VIEW: Good stewardship for future generations

IT IS A tribal saying that “Every River Has Its People” and the Dungeness Watershed has been the home of Continue reading...

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PAT NEAL: Fishing from a sinking boat

It was another tough week in the news. Steelhead fishing on the Olympic Peninsula has gotten so crowded you’ll want Continue reading...