Ken Park

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Scaffolding covers a section of the sidewalk in the 100 block of West First Street to support workers as they upgrade the the facade on Lee Plaza.

Affordable housing units get upgrades

Scaffolding in downtown Port Angeles evidence of one of several PHA projects

 

COVID-19 case rates are trending downward

Health officers encourages vaccines before school starts

 

Agencies support Dash Air

Kenmore Air filed complaint to USDOT

 

New Clallam County court to begin this month

Program to aid those with mental health issues charged with crimes

Bruce Emery, left, and Cherie Kidd.

Emery and Kidd lineup for November

Top 2 of 4 hopefuls chosen for DCD chief

Bruce Emery, left, and Cherie Kidd.

County eyeing lease with OlyCAP

Move would benefit Caswell-Brown Village

Clallam man in 90s dies of COVID-19

Cases up, but case rates declining on North Olympic Peninsula

Mary Ellen Winborn.

Court order restrains DCD chief

Winborn blocked from her duties

Mary Ellen Winborn.

Dash Air suspends ticketing, flights

Kenmore Air files 96-page complaint

Siblings Luke, 2, Olivia, 9, and Caleb Kalchik, 4, all from Auburn, cool off at the beach at Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend on Tuesday. The kids were observing a sea star that had washed up on the beach. The parents were watching while sitting under the shade of an umbrella to beat the heat. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

North Olympic Peninsula sizzles in summer sun

High temperatures expected through Thursday

Siblings Luke, 2, Olivia, 9, and Caleb Kalchik, 4, all from Auburn, cool off at the beach at Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend on Tuesday. The kids were observing a sea star that had washed up on the beach. The parents were watching while sitting under the shade of an umbrella to beat the heat. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County Commissioners approve no-shooting zone

Majority of residents wrote in petition about dangerous activities

Graffiti sparks Port Angeles City Council discussion

Letter from visitor highlights racial slur

Port Angeles lowers some development costs

Council approves two ordinances

Shooting ban area hearing to be set

Neighbors can ask to join if interested

Cmdr. Joan Snaith, outgoing commanding officer of U.S. Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles, left, and incoming officer Cmdr. Brent Schmadeke stand on the tarmac after Thursday’s unconventional change of command ceremony that took place during a helicopter flyby at the base. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A change in change-of-command ceremony

Former commanding officer promoted to captain

Cmdr. Joan Snaith, outgoing commanding officer of U.S. Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles, left, and incoming officer Cmdr. Brent Schmadeke stand on the tarmac after Thursday’s unconventional change of command ceremony that took place during a helicopter flyby at the base. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Kira Watson replenishes inventory at the Olympic Fireworks stand at U.S. Highway 101 and Gales Street on the east side of Port Angeles on Thursday.

Consumers reminded of fireworks rules

Bans in Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Sequim

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Kira Watson replenishes inventory at the Olympic Fireworks stand at U.S. Highway 101 and Gales Street on the east side of Port Angeles on Thursday.