Leah Leach

John Brewer.

Former editor and publisher of PDN dies

John Brewer, 76, was instrumental in community

 

Leah Leach, left, and Brian McLean.

New leadership takes over Peninsula Daily News newsroom

Executive editor retires, worked 18 years in posts at newspaper

 

Battle narrows to Biden and Trump

Tuesday’s primaries give each the delegates needed for a November contest

 

Roger Mosley 
Joyce community, donors and Joyce Fire District members gather for a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the new equipment bay building to be constructed at 51162 Highway 112 in Joyce. The shovel with the helmet on top is in memory of the late Terry Barnett, a former commissioner who was instrumental in the building project before he died.

Ground broken for new Joyce Fire Station

Commissioners hope to open it by Christmas

Roger Mosley 
Joyce community, donors and Joyce Fire District members gather for a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the new equipment bay building to be constructed at 51162 Highway 112 in Joyce. The shovel with the helmet on top is in memory of the late Terry Barnett, a former commissioner who was instrumental in the building project before he died.
Johnson

Clallam commissioner announces bid for third term

Housing, timber revenue among several priorities

Johnson

Chapman explains votes

Rep. Mike Chapman was among the few Democrats who voted against bills capping rent increases and providing unemployment benefits for strikers. In Chapman’s… Continue reading

Funds for pier tower, playground considered

Lodging tax funds would be used for Port Angeles projects

A Port Angeles Public Works crew examines the hole left at 11th and Oak streets after a water main break sent a geyser of water into the air Saturday morning, damaging the road surface. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
A Port Angeles Public Works crew examines the hole left at 11th and Oak streets after a water main break sent a geyser of water into the air Saturday morning, damaging the road surface. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
A tree trunk sculpture looks over the scorched site of what was once the main play structure of the Dream Playground at Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Dream Playground build dates tentatively scheduled

Variety of fundraisers set to contribute to cost of new facility

A tree trunk sculpture looks over the scorched site of what was once the main play structure of the Dream Playground at Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Tracy Bloom.

Sequim entrepreneur, volunteer remembered

Sudden death shocks family, friends

Tracy Bloom.
Jordan T. Sorensen.

Child dead, father arrested

Manhunt leads to deceased newborn

Jordan T. Sorensen.

Improv set for Studio Bob

IWANT — Improv Without a Net Troupe — will be on stage at Studio Bob on Saturday. Doors will open at the… Continue reading

Cameron Torres, 8, left, and his brother, Steven Torres, 9, slide their way down a frozen alley behind their home near 11th and C streets in Port Angeles on Saturday. The youngsters braved temperatures in the 20s and wind chills in the teens in pursuit of some gravity-assisted entertainment. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Temperatures to begin a slow warming trend

Fee-free day today at national park, forest, state parks

Cameron Torres, 8, left, and his brother, Steven Torres, 9, slide their way down a frozen alley behind their home near 11th and C streets in Port Angeles on Saturday. The youngsters braved temperatures in the 20s and wind chills in the teens in pursuit of some gravity-assisted entertainment. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Nisqually Tribal Chairman Willie Frank III, right, discusses the newly designed statue mockup of his father, Billy Frank Jr., with other attendees at Wednesday’s unveiling. A full-scale, bronze statue of Billy Frank Jr. will be placed in the U.S. Capitol’s National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C., next year. (Laurel Demkovich/Washington State Standard)

Design unveiled for Billy Frank Jr. statue at U.S. capitol

Bronze rendering will honor Native American fishing rights activist

Nisqually Tribal Chairman Willie Frank III, right, discusses the newly designed statue mockup of his father, Billy Frank Jr., with other attendees at Wednesday’s unveiling. A full-scale, bronze statue of Billy Frank Jr. will be placed in the U.S. Capitol’s National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C., next year. (Laurel Demkovich/Washington State Standard)
Clallam County Road Department maintenance worker Jeremy Reeves loads a set of tire chains onto a county sand truck on Wednesday at the county shop in Port Angeles in preparation for potential snow on the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Clallam County Road Department maintenance worker Jeremy Reeves loads a set of tire chains onto a county sand truck on Wednesday at the county shop in Port Angeles in preparation for potential snow on the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Members of the House, including Rep. Michelle Caldier, R-Gig Harbor, and Rep. Eric Robertson, R-Sumner, at front, walk into the House chambers during opening ceremonies on the first day of the legislative session at the Washington state Capitol on Monday in Olympia. (Lindsey Wasson/The Associated Press)

Legislature kicks off with a housing focus

Fentanyl deaths, climate change top topics as well

Members of the House, including Rep. Michelle Caldier, R-Gig Harbor, and Rep. Eric Robertson, R-Sumner, at front, walk into the House chambers during opening ceremonies on the first day of the legislative session at the Washington state Capitol on Monday in Olympia. (Lindsey Wasson/The Associated Press)

Health officer: Little data doesn’t mean less risk

Sparse information about COVID-19, RSV, flu and other respiratory diseases doesn’t mean risks are diminished. It just means less data is being… Continue reading

The Center for Whale Research has received reports of a new calf with J pod on Dec. 26. (Maya Sears)
The Center for Whale Research has received reports of a new calf with J pod on Dec. 26. (Maya Sears)
DAVE LOGAN/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS A parade honoring Ron Cameron, with nearly two dozen vehicles with lights flashing, heads east on First Street in Port Angeles.

Clallam’s undersheriff retires with accolades

Procession through Port Angeles marks last day

DAVE LOGAN/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS A parade honoring Ron Cameron, with nearly two dozen vehicles with lights flashing, heads east on First Street in Port Angeles.

Last dance Tuesday with Cat’s Meow Swingtet

The Cat’s Meow Swingtet, a band that has performed under various names since at least 1970, will have its last dance on… Continue reading