Port Townsend Students for Sustainability club leaders Lochlan Krupa and Anna Molotsky, both 16, hope to raise awareness of the harmful effects of motor vehicle idling.  Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Students for Sustainability gather support for a ban

Motor vehicle exhaust pollutes air, they say

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Towering trees surround the site of the future Dream Playground at Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles on Saturday. Fifteen trees at the site are slated for removal to make way for an updated playground.

Trees to be cleared for Dream Playground

Erickson Playfield to be closed Monday, Tuesday

Port initiates Quilcene outreach

Guidance sought on future of marina

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COVID aid for Peninsula education

College, boatbuilding school receive funds

Katy Bowman, author of “Grow Wild: The Whole Child, Whole Family, Nature-Rich Guide to Moving More,” will array pages of the book along a mile-long walking route at Chimacum’s Finnriver Farm & Cidery on Sunday afternoon. The “book walk” is free to the public. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Sequim author highlights new book with Chimacum walk

An unconventional approach to a tour in rural farm setting

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CustomPBD Reviews – Custom Plant-Based Diet Plan That Works?

Did you know that nutrition research has concluded that plant-based eating patterns following the Mediterranean or vegetarian diets can be… Continue reading

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Color guard members Deputy Eric Morris, left, and Deputy Hector Eagan, both of the Clallam County Sheriffs Officed, get assistance from Port Angeles police Detective Cpl. Dave Arand dring a flag folding ceremony at Friday's Peace Officers Memorial Day observance at Veteran's Park in Port Angeles. The event was part of Police Week, running May 9 throgh May 15, which honors law enforcement  officers and those killed in the line of duty.

Observance of Peace Officers Memorial Day in Port Angeles

Color guard members Deputy Eric Morris, left, and Deputy Hector Eagan, both of the Clallam County Sheriffs Office, get assistance Continue reading...

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A crew hoists a new tsunami siren into place atop a pole located in the public parking lot at First and Lincoln streets in downtown Port Angeles.

Downtown Port Angeles gets second tsunami siren

Tsunami warnings are about to become much clearer for many Port Angeles residents and businesses because of Continue reading...

From left are Jessica Thompson, Lori Ambrose, Molly Wallace and JooRi Jun. Staff and customers at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles raised more than $700 to support Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, the March recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity. The funds are raised through monetary donations, used book sales, donated employee casual days and a percentage of over-the-counter sales at Jim’s.

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County accepts donation

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Best Kratom for Pain: Top Strains Reviews, Dosage, & Effects

Chronic pain is prevalent in the United States. The CDC reports that nearly 50 million adults experience chronic pain, and Continue reading...

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Business

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

In-person meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off U.S. Continue reading...

 

Life
Andrew May/For Peninsula Daily newsIn many gardens, especially the English gardens found at Colette’s Bed and Breakfast, there will be numerous fall blooming plants. The trick to keep asters, mums and fall flowering sedum thick, short and extremely prolific is to cut them back, preferably twice, before the Fourth of July.

A GROWING CONCERN: Garden chores? Just a pinch

MAY IS A time to tend to your mums and flowering sedums and Asters by cutting them down. That’s right… Continue reading

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From left are Jessica Thompson, Lori Ambrose, Molly Wallace and JooRi Jun. Staff and customers at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles raised more than $700 to support Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, the March recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity. The funds are raised through monetary donations, used book sales, donated employee casual days and a percentage of over-the-counter sales at Jim’s.

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County accepts donation

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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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Generous donors provide for Home Fund

Grants provide relief for residents

 

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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

The 32nd annual Peninsula Home Fund campaign is underway. The Home Fund Continue reading...

 

Opinion

LETTER: Carbon sequestration

In addition to fish, I see another area of nature that government has mismanaged: Our state public lands. With growing… Continue reading

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LETTER: Pleased by letter

I was pleased to see the letter “The True Whiners” in Peninsula Voices. The writer clearly addresses the causes and… Continue reading

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