1978 Rhododendron Festival queen Ann DeLeo Waters, left, and her sister, 1973 Rhody queen Carlene DeLeo Dahlman, are the self-described “old Rhody queens” who are hosting a fundraiser Friday night at the Wheel-In Motor Movie in Port Townsend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Rhododendron events set for Friday, Saturday

Bingo and a movie, Running of the Balls slated this weekend

Teens can get vaccine Thursday

Youth 12-15 can get shots against COVID-19

Clallam County approves $1.15 million in state housing funds

Fifteen programs, projects awarded grants

LEDs could light Port Townsend streets

Public input sought in survey

Jefferson County commissioners approve Comprehenive Plan docket

Community Development to work through proposed code changes through fall

Forks man sentenced for child porn possession

Reports says he had stopped taking anti-psychotic medication

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For the first time in a year, the Tuff as Nails rowing team took the Blue Streak for a sun-splashed spin in Port Townsend Bay on Monday morning. Coming back in are Nikki Russell, facing front at left, Barb Hager and Christine Edwards; on the other side of the boat are Mari Friend and Zoe Ann Dudley. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Back on the water

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With master of ceremonies Stephen Rosales serving as virtual guide, the 2021 Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade-turned-Procession makes its way through downtown Sequim late Saturday afternoon. Festival royalty includes, from left, princesses Allie Gale and Zoee Kuperus, float builder Guy Horton, princess Sydney VanProyen and queen Hannah Hampton. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

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Jenny Preston of Chimacum's Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival's Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair in downtown Sequim pn Saturday. "I've been coming to this festival since as long as I can remember, possibly the 1970s," Preston said. With health restrictions in place the festival moved all but two events — the fair and the Grand Parade-turned-procession — to virtual presentations. See irrigationfestival.com. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Irrigation Festival fair ongoing in Sequim

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

OlyCAP director: Peninsula generosity impressive

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Generous donors provide for Home Fund

Grants provide relief for residents

 

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Peninsula Home Fund information

Donations will go to local residents in need of ‘a hand up, not a handout’

 

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Generous donors get Peninsula Home Fund off to a healthy start

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