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Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department workers Kimberly Noble, left, and Destiny Walters add autumn plants to a decorative basin at the Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain on Friday in downtown Port Angeles. Plants at the fountain and at other locations in the downtown area are periodically replaced with vegetation appropriate to the season.

Fall flowers at Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department workers Kimberly Noble, left, and Destiny Walters add autumn plants to a decorative basin… Continue reading

Hundreds affected by Port Angeles water main break

Showers, non-potable water offered; cases of water given to residents cut off from service

Boat sinks partially in Port Townsend Bay

No pollution reported from trawler

COVID infections plateau on Peninsula

Moderate risk in Clallam; high risk in Jefferson

Clallam PUD customers to see rate decrease

Change based on BPA relief

Girls Night Out is set for Thursday.

Girls’ Night Out celebrates the ’60s

Thursday is set for late shopping, party

Rocky Wisniewski of Sequim, a member of the North Olympic Shuttle Spindle Guild, demonstrates how to spin fiber on a walking wheel during Saturday’s Pacific Northwest Fiber Exposition at Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles. The two-day event featured a wide variety of demonstrations, exhibits, workshops and a marketplace showcasing all things fiber. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Fiber exposition

Rocky Wisniewski of Sequim, a member of the North Olympic Shuttle Spindle Guild, demonstrates how to spin fiber on a Continue reading...

A crew from the Northwest Maritime Center facilities department, Sam Trocano, Jeff Hogue, Shane Meyer and Mike Conklin, work on the removal of the floating dock on the center’s pier in preparation of winter winds and weather. In the background, work continues on the deconstruction of the entrance to the Point Hudson Marina by Orion of Tacoma. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Floating dock removal at Northwest Maritime Center

A crew from the Northwest Maritime Center facilities department, Sam Trocano, Jeff Hogue, Shane Meyer and Mike Conklin, work on Continue reading...

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A construction worker welds support pieces for a new pedestrian bridge connecting the historic railroad trestle over the Dungeness River to the Dungeness River Nature Center at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim on Wednesday. The work is part of a project to restore part of the original Dungeness River floodplain while providing better access to the Olympic Discovery Trail.

Railroad bridge park gets new pedestrian walkway

A construction worker welds support pieces for a new pedestrian bridge connecting the historic railroad trestle over the Dungeness River Continue reading...

Port Townsend artist Rebecca Welti records the installation of her concrete climbing sculpture, Pluteus, at a new playground area at HJ Carroll Park in Chimacum. The sculpture, in the shape of a baby sea urchin, is totally accessible and represents dependence on life in the Salish Sea. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Sculpture installation

Port Townsend artist Rebecca Welti records the installation of her concrete climbing sculpture, Pluteus, at a new playground area at Continue reading...

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Politics

Candidate forum set Friday

The United Peninsula Candidate Forum for hopefuls for District 6 congressman, and state representatives for District 24, Positions Continue reading...

 

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First Congregational Church building March 1889.

BACK WHEN: The first church of Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES DOES not have a long history, relatively speaking. First settled in 1854 and declared the Second National City… Continue reading

 

Supply drive starts today

Express Employment Professionals will host a supply drive from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays… Continue reading

 

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Peninsula Home Fund at more than $185,000

Recent donors listed

 

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Peninsula Home Fund going strong

The annual campaign for Peninsula Home Fund donations continues through the holiday Continue reading...

 

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Peninsula Home Fund supports neighbors in times of need

Your donations create safety net

 

Cherish Cronmiller is the executive director for Olympic Community Action Programs. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

OlyCAP director: Peninsula generosity impressive

By Cherish Cronmiller | OlyCAP Executive Director When I was applying for Continue reading...

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Opinion

PAT NEAL: Bee careful in autumn woods

Thank you for reading this. Sometimes, I think if you didn’t read this, no one would. But you do. A Continue reading...

 

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KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS
Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department workers Kimberly Noble, left, and Destiny Walters add autumn plants to a decorative basin at the Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain on Friday in downtown Port Angeles. Plants at the fountain and at other locations in the downtown area are periodically replaced with vegetation appropriate to the season.

Fall flowers at Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department workers Kimberly Noble, left, and Destiny Walters add autumn plants to a decorative basin… Continue reading

 

AVA by Marilynn Evans is part of the Bow Wow! exhibit.

Blue Whole Gallery exhibit helps WAG

This October Blue Whole Gallery artists offer a special exhibit to support Welfare for Animals Guild, which rescues… Continue reading