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Pro-choice supporter Brian Hogan of Port Angeles, left, stands near pro-life supporter Jim Hanley oif 'Sequim across from Planned Parenthood in Port Angeles last week.

Signs outside Planned Parenthood display convictions

Protesters gather in Port Angeles as U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on Mississippi abortion law

 

Culvert replacement delayed in Port Angeles

Projects will disrupt traffic significantly

 

Peninsula businesses gear up for holidays

Many offer specials over Thanksgiving weekend

Correction: Clallam PUD rates clarified

EDITOR’S NOTE: This corrects a story that was published in the Clallam County edition only on Sunday about rate increases planned for Clallam County Public… Continue reading

Defense questions witness testimony

Bauer’s attorney cross-examination expected to resume Monday

Clallam PUD residential rates to rise

Clallam County Public Utility District customers will see an increase in residential utility rates in February. Commissioners on Nov. 8 adopted the… Continue reading

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Accused triple-murderer Dennis Bauer reacts to the appearance of accused co-conspirator Ryan Ward in Clallam County Superior Court on Wednesday.

Murder witness takes stand

Woman says she was sexually assaulted

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Accused triple-murderer Dennis Bauer reacts to the appearance of accused co-conspirator Ryan Ward in Clallam County Superior Court on Wednesday.

Clallam County mulls nuisance law

Peach suggests ordinance focusing on process

Maple tree theft leader sentenced

Tree DNA evidence used in trial

The M/V Coho leaves Port Angeles Harbor on Monday morning on its way to Victoria for the first time since March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic shut down travel between the two countries as both land and sea borders had been closed. For more on the reopening, see Tuesday’s print editions. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

Coho returns to sailing route to Victoria

Passengers to Canada required to have negative PCR test

The M/V Coho leaves Port Angeles Harbor on Monday morning on its way to Victoria for the first time since March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic shut down travel between the two countries as both land and sea borders had been closed. For more on the reopening, see Tuesday’s print editions. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)
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Four honored for community service

Volunteers presented awards in virtual ceremony

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Methner, Hebert win in Port Angeles School District

Voters in the Port Angeles School District overwhelmingly voted for experience in education or parent input during the general election with Sarah… Continue reading

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Oblak, Jeffers headed for OMC board

Both pull out hefty leads

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Wood, Soha elected to Forks council

Forks voters overwhelmingly chose Clinton Wood and Joe Soha for their respective positions on the Forks City Council. Clinton Wood, director of facilities… Continue reading

Olympic National Park scales back search for hiker

The search for a missing hiker has been scaled back to a limited, continuous mode. The Olympic National Park service announced… Continue reading

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