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Marchers celebrating the legacy of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg make their way up Lincoln Street to the Clallam County Courthouse after a procession through downtown Port Angeles on Saturday. A crowd of nearly 300 people took part in the demonstration, which also served as a protest of the policies of President Donald Trump..

Women’s march Port Angeles

Marchers celebrating the legacy of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg make their way up Lincoln Street to the Clallam County Courthouse after… Continue reading

 

Maple seeds hang from their parent tree in the 300 block of East Fifth Street near Port Angeles City Hall on Tuesday. As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler, many trees across the North Olympic Peninsula are transforming into their autumn colors. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Fall transformation

Maple seeds hang from their parent tree in the 300 block of East Fifth Street near Port Angeles City Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020.… Continue reading

 

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Hot wares 

Andréa Mingiano of Sequim-based Ulivo Pizzeria pulls a steaming hot pizza from a gas fired oven at his vendor’s tent at last Saturday’s Sequim Farmers and Artisans Market. The market operates from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays on the plaza of the Sequim Civic Center at Cedar Street and North Sequim Avenue. This Saturday, the Sequim Irrigation Festival will host the Innovative Arts and Crafts Fairat the market. For more about the festival, which is largley online this year, see irrigationfestival.com.

Hot wares at Sequim Farmers and Artisans Market

Andréa Mingiano of Sequim-based Ulivo Pizzeria pulls a steaming hot pizza from a gas-fired oven at his vendor’s tent at last Saturday’s Sequim Farmers and… Continue reading

 

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The 285-foot mega-yacht Lonian and its support vessel, Hodor, sit moored at Port of Port Angeles Terminal 1 on Wednesday. It moored there last week for 75 days while Platypus Marine does work on the 285-foot vessel. It was built by Feadship, the Netherlands, for $160 million for Lorenzo Fertitta of Las Vegas, Nevada (https://tinyurl.com/PDN-LonianBackground). Watch it getting built at https://tinyurl.com/PDN-LonianSuperyacht.

Mega-yacht visiting Port Angeles

The 285-foot mega-yacht Lonian and its support vessel, Hodor, sit moored at Port of Port Angeles Terminal 1 on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. It moored… Continue reading

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The 285-foot mega-yacht Lonian and its support vessel, Hodor, sit moored at Port of Port Angeles Terminal 1 on Wednesday. It moored there last week for 75 days while Platypus Marine does work on the 285-foot vessel. It was built by Feadship, the Netherlands, for $160 million for Lorenzo Fertitta of Las Vegas, Nevada (https://tinyurl.com/PDN-LonianBackground). Watch it getting built at https://tinyurl.com/PDN-LonianSuperyacht.
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Rescue workers attend to one of several vehicles involved in a collision at U.S. Highway 101 and North Larch Avenue east of Port Angeles on Tuesday afternoon that snarled westbound traffic.

Four vehicles involved in Highway 101 wreck

Rescue workers attend to one of several vehicles involved in a collision at U.S. Highway 101 and North Larch Avenue east of Port Angeles on… Continue reading

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Rescue workers attend to one of several vehicles involved in a collision at U.S. Highway 101 and North Larch Avenue east of Port Angeles on Tuesday afternoon that snarled westbound traffic.
A tractor with a dethatching attachment makes its way through a recently cut field in the Port Williams area of rural Sequim on Tuesday. As fall gets into full swing, harvest season is arriving across much of the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Harvest season arriving

A tractor with a de-thatching attachment makes its way through a recently cut field in the Port Williams area of rural Sequim on Tuesday, Oct.… Continue reading

A tractor with a dethatching attachment makes its way through a recently cut field in the Port Williams area of rural Sequim on Tuesday. As fall gets into full swing, harvest season is arriving across much of the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Touching up the details

Port Angeles artist and sign painter Jackson Smart performs touch-up work to the visage of President Theodore Roosevelt emblazoned near the top of the “Olympic… Continue reading

Smoky skies on the Peninsula

The sun rises through a layer of smoke and marine air at Port Angeles City Pier on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020. Smoke from wildfires in… Continue reading

In full bloom

A bee buzzes around a Chilson’s pride dahlia in bloom at the Sequim Botanical Garden at the city’s water reclamation park. The garden is currently… Continue reading

Practice in the park

Cindy Mackay, front, a member of the Sequim City Band, and Bonnie Booth, who plays with numerous local ensembles, practice on their trombones at the… Continue reading

Port Angeles piano tunes

Raisa Mathisen of Port Angeles busks on an electric piano in the breezeway of the 100 block of West First Street in downtown Port Angeles… Continue reading

Fresh bouquet

Autumn Watson, left, and Sonja Jenkins-Crawford, both of Port Angeles, sort through flowers to make a bouquet at the Fifth Street Community Garden in Port… Continue reading

Culp takes the stage

Protest held Saturday

Shrouded in smoke

Air quality in hazardous range for Clallam County

More stadium access

Handrails installed on wheelchair ramp at Civic Field

Freshwater horses head home

Animals moved from neighboring field

Farm equipment catches fire

West of Carlsborg Road near Sequim Valley Airport

Weekend camping trip

Traditional end of recreation season

Placing the last girder

Field Arts & Events Hall has topping-off ceremony

Signing the final Field Arts & Events Hall beam

Getta Workman, executive director of the Peninsula College Foundation, front, and Paul Cunningham, president of the Peninsula College Foundation Board of Directors, add their signatures… Continue reading