Matthew Sacks, left, and Levi Smith of Brandsen Co. from Portland, Ore., lay one of the layers on the new stage floor at the Field Arts and Events Hall in downtown Port Angeles. There will be a total of six layers of materials for the high-tech stage floor. The venue, which will seat 500, will begin to host performances when it opens at the end of July. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Field Hall floor installation

Matthew Sacks, left, and Levi Smith of Brandsen Co. from Portland, Ore., lay one of the layers on the new… Continue reading

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Frank Redmon.

Quilcene schools superintendent resigns

Frank Redmon moving to Pennsylvania

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Olympic Angels provides support, mentors for youth in foster care

Jefferson County program expanding into Clallam County

Sequim postpones hearing on food trucks

Staff: State protocols must be completed

A helicopter from the Coast Guard station in Port Angeles assists in the rescue. (Clallam County Sheriff’s Office)

Unidentified man rescued from beach after falling 60 feet

Taken to Harborview; his condition was unknown on Tuesday

Joshua Guerrier.

Search continues for hiker

Missing man believed to have entered Duckabush River

Owner Michael Rocha with a previous year's prize vehicle given away by Rocha Family Auto Sales.

This local auto dealer is giving one Sequim High senior the keys to the fast lane

One Sequim High School grad will receive a new car!

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Smoke billows from a garage 71 S. Benson Road near Port Angeles on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Garage fire near Port Angeles

Smoke billows from a garage at 71 S. Benson Road near Port Angeles on Wednesday. Continue reading...

Victoria Wellman, of Clinton, won first place in Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary's 11th Running of the Balls.

Running of the balls in Port Townsend

Victoria Wellman of Clinton won first place in Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary’s 11th Running of the Balls. The annual fundraiser Continue reading...

Aggy Huff of PA holds “Dallas" a Nigerian Dwarf Goat at the annual Shepherd’s Festival held at the Sequim Prairie Grange. She is inside a white tent. The festival was half inside the grange and half outside with many vendors with sheep, goats and llamas and related products. 			  Cyndie Stumbaugh who has directed the festival for years recalls that it started back in 1980 but missed the last three years because of COVID. This years revival of the festival was met with blue skies and many many visitors. Cyndie said. “It's excellent and I’m thrilled." dlogan

Shepherd’s Festival held at Sequim Prairie Grange

Aggy Huff of Port Angeles holds “Dallas” a Nigerian dwarf goat at the annual Shepherd’s Festival held at the Sequim Continue reading...

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David Nestvold of Bellevue, front, and Kary York of Kirkland prepare to leave the Dungeness Schoolhouse north of Sequim during Saturday’s Northwest Tandem Rally bicycle event. The two-day event, which drew more than 500 participants, was a fundraiser for the Olympic Discovery Trail and was organized by Peninsula Trails Coalition. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Tandem riding

David Nestvold of Bellevue, front, and Kary York of Kirkland prepare to leave the Dungeness Schoolhouse north of Sequim during Continue reading...

 

Crime

Forks man sentenced to 8 1/2 years in prison

Calloway pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter

 

Business

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Meets at noon on Wednesdays at Asian Buffet, 1940 E. First St. #160 (Port Angeles Continue reading...

 

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP Continue reading...

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Opinion

PAT NEAL: The house of the salmon

FOR SOME, THE new year begins in January. On our rivers, the new year begins with the first sighting of Continue reading...