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Scott Edmundson, a PNNL-Sequim research botanist, speaks at PNNL-Sequim’s seawater propagation station with, from left, Jennifer Granholm, U.S. Secretary of Energy, U.S. representative Derek Kilmer, Geri Richmond, DOE’s undersecretary for Science and Innovation, and others about PNNL-Sequim’s efforts to harness essential minerals from the ocean and plant life.

Secretary of Energy tours Pacific Northwest National Laboratory-Sequim

Facility could see funding for research and development

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Crash victim is identified

Pilot who died was from Friday Harbor

Body found in tent near Brinnon unidentified

An autopsy could not identify the man whose body was found in a tent Sunday along the Maple… Continue reading

Clallam County seeks housing solutions coordinator

Commissioners to hear more discussion after position is analyzed

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Colonial soldiers shoot at the British in a skirmish reenactment during the Northwest Colonial Festival in 2021. It returns for four days today through Sunday with skirmishes and demonstrations at the George Washington Inn.

Colonial Fest returns with expanded activities, offerings

Reenactors, demonstrations on tap

As an advocate for physical and mental wellbeing, Jaime Jaynes created Port Townshend’s Vespertine Boutique as a safe, confidential retail destination for clients to discover products, techniques and services that support life-long health.

Travelling with toys

If you’re lucky enough to have travel plans this year, you might be trying to figure out the logistics of… Continue reading

Graden Kubas, 16, of Sequim, scratches the back of his Hereford steer, Hammer, that he plans to exhibit in the Fitting and Showing category of the Jefferson County Fair in Port Townsend on Saturday. Kubas, a member of FFA, raised the steer from about 1 week old to its present age of 16 months and weighs about 1,000 to 1,300 pounds. Kubas plans to auction Hammer at the Clallam County Fair and hopes to net around $4 per pound. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County Fair kicks off today

Graden Kubas, 16, of Sequim scratches the back of his Hereford steer, Hammer, that he plans to exhibit in the Continue reading...

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Three members of an orca family swim off the east shore of the National Wildlife Reserve on Protection Island near Port Townsend on Monday. Southern Resident orcas have only 74 members and are listed as an endangered species. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Southern Residents spotted

Three members of an orca family swim off the east shore of the National Wildlife Reserve on Protection Island near Continue reading...

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Paige Biss was the 4,000th Young Eagle passenger for Chapter 430 of the Experimental Aircraft Association at a July 16 rally at the Sequim Valley Airport.

4,000th Young Eagle flies

Paige Biss was the 4,000th Young Eagle passenger for Chapter 430 of the Experimental Aircraft Association at a July 16 Continue reading...

Centrum Acoustic Blues faculty, from left, Carl Leyland, Rodrigo Mantovani, Andrew Alli and Jimmy Vivino play a set during the Acoustic Blues Showcase at McCurdy Pavilion on Saturday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Blues set

Centrum Acoustic Blues faculty, from left, Carl Leyland, Rodrigo Mantovani, Andrew Alli and Jimmy Vivino play a set during the Continue reading...

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Politics
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Cherie Kidd and Bruce Emery (seated), candidates for Clallam County Director of Community Development, speak at a debate hosted by the Rotary Club of Sequim at the Dungeness River Center.

Clallam County hopefuls offer resumes

Emery, Kidd debate DCD seat after primary

 

Crime

Port Angeles woman sentenced after pleading guilty to shooting

A Port Angeles woman has been sentenced to seven years in prison after she pleaded guilty to Continue reading...

 

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Denise Harman has been appointed as director of Medical/Surgical/Pediatrics at Olympic Medical Center.

Harman appointed director of Medical/Surgical/Pediatrics at OMC

Denise Harman has been appointed as director of Medical/Surgical/Pediatrics at Olympic Medical Center. Harman, a registered nurse, Continue reading...

 

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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

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Opinion

PAT NEAL: The bug sacrifice

OF THE MANY phobias I cultivate, such as the fear of the government, fear of the mailbox and the fear Continue reading...

 

Entertainment

Second Saturday venues offer art

The Second Saturday Art Walk will feature art and weaving techniques at venues throughout Port Angeles this… Continue reading

 

Art, music, drama on tap this weekend

A variety of entertainment is scheduled on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. • Port Angeles Community Players Children’s Theater will… Continue reading