Jeffery Evalt of Sequim and his dog Rex look for agates and other interesting rocks along the shore of Sequim Bay as wind-driven waves churn behind him on Tuesday. Blustery winds, the remnants of a strong storm system that visited the region on Sunday and Monday, rolled across the bay, pushing water against the shoreline. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Choppy waters

Jeffery Evalt of Sequim and his dog Rex look for agates and other interesting rocks along the shore of Sequim… Continue reading

Officials brace for sixth wave of COVID-19

Effects could be mitigated with proper precautions

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Search continues for Beaver man missing in park

A search underway in Olympic National Park for a missing 78-year-old man from Beaver is expected to… Continue reading

Peninsula man sentenced for child rape

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Port Townsend residents Corbin Meyers, 5, and his mother Laura enjoy the Mountain View Pool in Port Townsend on Tuesday morning. The pool reopened to the public on Monday. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend pool reopens under YMCA management

Fours hour a day Monday through Friday

Vespertine Boutique offers clothing, books, workshops and products to support feminine wellness, including menopause.

The menopause stigma, and what we can do about it

Menopause is normal, and reducing stigma will allow more women to get help

PHOTO BY: Marilynn Elliott 

CAPTION: From left to right, Golden Trowel award recipients Audreen Williams, Laurel Moulton, Jan Danford and Teresa Bibler.

Golden trowel awards given for Clallam County Master Gardeners

Audreen Williams, Laurel Moulton, Jan Danford and Teresa Bibler were awarded 2021 Clallam County Master Gardeners’ Golden Trowel awards during Continue reading...

Waves and foam erupt from the Pacific Ocean during high tide at the mouth of the Quillayute River in La Push. In the distance is James Island and the marker light at the river’s mouth. Strong winds and rain pummeled the Peninsula on Sunday. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Surf pounds shore on West End

Lonnie Archibald For Peninsula Daily News Waves and foam erupt from the Pacific Ocean during high tide at the mouth Continue reading...

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Pleasant weather held as Fall Fest entertained big crowds at Extreme Sports Park on Saturday. The festival included an Extreme Timber Sports Show, a Zombie Run and a Lawnmower Derby where people cheered on their favorites. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

Fall Fest

Pleasant weather held as Fall Fest entertained big crowds at Extreme Sports Park on Saturday. The festival included an Extreme Continue reading...

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Conductor Tigran Arakelyan rehearses Friday night with the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra before a small live audience at the American Legion Hall. Today the ensemble will give its first public performance since early 2020; the 2 p.m. concert is sold out, but the orchestra plans another one on Dec. 4. Information can be found at PTsymphony.org. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

On with the show

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Peninsula Home Fund
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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