Leah Leach

Lilly Gulden checks that the are lights are glowing on a metal Christmas tree skeleton while Jefferson County Fairgrounds manager Danny McEnerney paints lettering for a display all in preparation of the opening of the Magic of Christmas event at the fairgrounds on Thursday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Magic of Christmas to open Thursday at fairgrounds

Reindeer highlight free festival through weekend

 

Chamber of Jefferson County aims to bring back its Young Professionals group

Members sought for task force that will help relaunch vision

 

EJFR to expand ability to help

City-hosted grant adds ‘tools to toolbox’

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Peninsula Home Fund donations pour in

Most recent donors listed

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Port Ludlow man dies from injuries of crash

Collision one of many at intersection Paradise Road and 104

Friends of Fort Worden volunteers work on habitat restoration.

Fort Worden volunteers plant Garry oak trees at state park

Friends group takes on habitat restoration efforts in many areas

Friends of Fort Worden volunteers work on habitat restoration.

Wintry weather forecast on Peninsula

Heavy snow coming in Olympic mountains

Volunteer Doug Crabb of Sequim serves a tray of traditional fixings during a Thanksgiving Eve lunch at the Salvation Army’s soup kitchen on Wednesday in Port Angeles. The free meal was one of several being offered across the North Olympic Peninsula during the Thanksgiving holiday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Queen of Angeles, Serenity House among events today

The Salvation Army offered a free community meal on Wednesday in what serves as a preview of special feasts today. Fifty-nine people,… Continue reading

Volunteer Doug Crabb of Sequim serves a tray of traditional fixings during a Thanksgiving Eve lunch at the Salvation Army’s soup kitchen on Wednesday in Port Angeles. The free meal was one of several being offered across the North Olympic Peninsula during the Thanksgiving holiday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Peninsula Home Fund campaign kicks off on Thanksgiving Day

The annual campaign for Peninsula Home Fund donations begins Thursday. This will be the 33rd year that Peninsula Daily News has collected donations to create… Continue reading

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Firefighters expected to leave Neah Bay today

Wildfires that forced the evacuation of about 100 people in Neah Bay on Thursday were just about wrapped up on Sunday with… Continue reading

Three hurt in Paradise Road-Highway 104 collision

DOT plans roundabout at that intersection

Thanksgiving Day newspaper to be published online only

The U.S. Postal Service is not working on Thanksgiving Day so the Peninsula Daily News will not be printed on paper or delivered to your… Continue reading

The Coast Guard flew over fires and took photographs of blazes near Cape Flattery. (U.S. Coast Guard)
The Coast Guard flew over fires and took photographs of blazes near Cape Flattery. (U.S. Coast Guard)
A detached shop burns near a house on Lillian Street in Port Hadlock.

Simultaneous calls strain resources of EJFR

Evening of 911 calls example of ‘status zero’

A detached shop burns near a house on Lillian Street in Port Hadlock.

General election ballots are due today

Initial count in midterm elections tonight

Butch Kinkade, a resort host at John Wayne Waterfront Resort in Sequim, cuts up a large tree limb that crashed to the ground during Friday night’s windstorm. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Outages shrink on Peninsula; repairs continue

Most regain power, but some without heat until Monday or Tuesday

Butch Kinkade, a resort host at John Wayne Waterfront Resort in Sequim, cuts up a large tree limb that crashed to the ground during Friday night’s windstorm. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Missing hiker Laura Macke

Woman missing 5 days is experienced hiker

Family members gather to be close to search

Missing hiker Laura Macke

Woodwork on view at annual show in Port Townsend

Land Trust wood to be the star of the weekend