Ken Park

COVID-19 case rate beginning to slide on Olympic Peninsula

COVID-19 cases continue to rise on the North Olympic Peninsula, but the case rate is beginning to go down. Clallam County experienced an increase of… Continue reading

Port Angeles hiring housing coordinator

City joins federal House America program

Clallam OKs federal funds for food programs

American Rescue Plan Act funds nearly $1.9 million divided among agencies

Construction to begin Monday on section of Highway 112

Road has been closed since November due to mudslides

Forks to receive $2.4 million for wastewater treatment plant

Funds to pay for improvements, retrofits to avoid failure

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer.

Port of Port Angeles inquires about funding

Congressman answers questions, pledges to help grant process

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer.

Clallam case rate back over 2,000

Jump likely due to delay in state reporting, official says

Clallam, Jefferson counties win grants for broadband

Funding to build out systems during the next two to three years

Three die from COVID-19 in Clallam County

Health officer expects more hospitalizations, deaths

Derek Kilmer.

Kilmer meeting with government agencies to speak about infrastructure

Congressman highlights roads, bridges and other projects

Derek Kilmer.

US Highway 112 slide repair expected to begin Monday

State Department of Transportation officials expect to begin repairs of a massive landslide across state Highway 112 on Monday. The landslide near Clallam… Continue reading

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 www.olympicmedical.org/services/covid-19-services. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
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 www.olympicmedical.org/services/covid-19-services. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)