The Port Angeles School District is expected to sell its former administrative services building to Olympic Medical Center in February. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Olympic Medical Center buying school’s site

Building across from courthouse

Larry White, district manager for Barhop Brewing & Artisan Pizza and artist, holds a painting for Barhop's new Sequim location.Behind him, kitchen manager Jeffrey Adams prepares pizzas for customers in the open kitchen. Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Port Angeles eatery serves brews, pizzas at new Sequim site

Owner thanks customers for supporting business through lockdown

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DOT cancels overnight Hood Canal Bridge closures for fourth time

New closures set for next week; if those are canceled, disruption will be scheduled for following week

Julia Maynard, who at 22 constructed a cedar-mahogany Nevins yacht tender in Mystic, Conn., will be one of the speakers in “She Builds: Wit & Wisdom from Three Port Townsend Woman Boatbuilders,” a Northwest Maritime Center discussion to stream online Thursday evening. (Julia Maynard)

Three boatbuilders to speak on livestreamed program

Ninety-minute discussion part of ‘Ask an Expert’ series

Kathy Ryan checks on salad greens at the Quimper Grange food-bank garden, one of 10 plots that provided thousands of pounds to local food banks last year. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Food bank gardens in a growth spurt

Expansion in works for Food Bank Farm Gardens

One place where COVID-19 testing is available in Port Angeles is the Olympic Medical Center drive-up testing facility at the former Wells Fargo Bank at Front and Race streets. Intake forms must be filed out before testing is done. The form can be found at (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula COVID-19 cases grow by 407 over weekend

Peak expected in about two weeks

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Port Williams Beach north of Seqwuim was a popular destination Sunday for strollers and dog walkers.

PHOTO: Beach strollers

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Peaks of the Olympic Foothills poke out from a layer of clouds and fog as a gull flies over Port Angeles Harbor on Wednesday. Unsettled weather is expected to give way to mostly cloudy skies before rain returns to the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.

Foggy foothills in Port Angeles

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Shorter leash for Inslee considered

Chapman: Unlikely to pass in current form



11 years meted out for domestic violence

Man has lengthy criminal history


Man who spat at officer gets three years in prison

Found guilty of felony assault


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Peninsula Home Fund supports neighbors in times of need

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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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