The Jefferson County Rhody Festival float moves along Lawrence Street in Uptown Port Townsend during the 89th Rhody Parade on Saturday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Rhody parade

The Jefferson County Rhody Festival float moves along Lawrence Street in Uptown Port Townsend during the 89th Rhody Parade on… Continue reading

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Sequim schools looking at options with budget struggles

District freezes most hiring, aims to cut at least $2.5 million

Gary Reidel, representing Wilder Toyota, plucks the winning duck from a truck. Wilder sponsored the winners prize of a 2024 Toyota Corolla. And the winner is Sarah Aten of Port Angeles. Her response was, “That’s amazing, that’s amazing.” There was 28,764 ducks sold this year as of race day. The all-time high was back in 2008 when over 36,000 were sold. (Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News)

Thirty-five winners announced in Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Pluck

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Sarge’s Veteran Support house managers, from left, Danny Deckert, David Durnford and Steve Elmelund welcome attendees to the organization’s first fundraiser at the Dungeness River Nature Center on April 27. The event raised nearly $50,000. (Sarge’s Veteran Support)

Sarge’s Veterans Support gets nearly $49K in first fundraiser

More than 100 attend event at Dungeness River Nature Center

The 2024 Community Service Awards winners gather before Thursday's awards ceremony at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Angeles. This year's recipients were, seated from left, Steph Ellyas and Lyn Fiveash, and standing from left, Gordon Taylor, Don Zanon, Carol Labbe and Betsy Reed Schultz. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Six honored for community service efforts

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Smoke vents from the rear car deck doors as firefighters battle a vehicle fire aboard the ferry MV Coho upon its afternoon arrival in Port Angeles on Thursday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Crews evaluated after RV fire on Coho ferry

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Katie Lee of Port Angeles examines a table of perennial plants during Saturday’s annual plant sale and raffle at the floral barn at the Clallam County Fairgrounds in Port Angeles. The sale, hosted by the Port Angeles Garden Club, was a fundraiser for club projects and scholarships, and it featured a wide variety of plants for the upcoming growing season and beyond. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Plant sale at Clallam County Fairgrounds

Katie Lee of Port Angeles examines a table of perennial plants during Saturday’s annual plant sale and raffle at the Continue reading...

Port Angeles Fire Department community paramedic Brian Gerdes flips pancakes during Saturday’s annual breakfast on Saturday at the fire hall. The event, hosted by the fire department and auxiliary, was a fundraiser for department scholarships and relief baskets. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Pancake fundraiser in Port Angeles

Port Angeles Fire Department community paramedic Brian Gerdes flips pancakes during Saturday’s annual breakfast on Saturday at the fire hall. Continue reading...

 

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Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

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PAT NEAL: The story of ‘Lightning Boldt’

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The Jefferson County Rhody Festival float moves along Lawrence Street in Uptown Port Townsend during the 89th Rhody Parade on Saturday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Rhody parade

The Jefferson County Rhody Festival float moves along Lawrence Street in Uptown Port Townsend during the 89th Rhody Parade on… Continue reading

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Moving Pictures Festival accepting submissions

Peninsula College is accepting submissions for its 11th Moving Pictures Festival until noon May 30. The annual… Continue reading