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EYE ON CLALLAM: Sequim City Council to consider measure against health orders

The Sequim City Council will consider a resolution defying state and county health orders when it meets virtually at 6 p.m. Monday. The public can… Continue reading

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New circulation director joins staff

Anthony Dezarn has begun the work of reviving the circulation department for the Peninsula Daily News, Sequim Gazette and Forks Forum. Dezarn,… Continue reading

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One-woman triathlon to raise money for Gold Star families

A 51-year-old special education kindergarten teacher has set herself a monumental feat of endurance to help families enduring monumental grief. Amy DelaBarre,… Continue reading

Dungeness water users group requests conservation

It looked good in March. Now, not so much. Snowpack that was reported at 169 percent of normal in the Olympic Mountains as… Continue reading

Law enforcement officers block the entrances to the Walmart Supercenter in Port Angeles on Friday evening after a bomb threat was received. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)
Law enforcement officers block the entrances to the Walmart Supercenter in Port Angeles on Friday evening after a bomb threat was received. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

Caution urged on federal lands during dry conditions

Since July 23, fire officials have responded to five fires across the North Olympic Peninsula with about 25 acres burned on federal… Continue reading

Cheri Keller is pictured at the Duckabush Trailhead at the start of her trip on Sunday.

Lost backpacker found in park after four-day search

Reported to be in stable condition

Cheri Keller is pictured at the Duckabush Trailhead at the start of her trip on Sunday.
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Doc Reiss, left, talks with Kathi Pressley in Port Angeles. Pressley will take over as the U.S. contact for the Dignity Toilets for Togo project that Reiss started while he is in African beginning an off-shoot business.

Dignity Toilets project expands

Profits to be brought back to African villages

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Doc Reiss, left, talks with Kathi Pressley in Port Angeles. Pressley will take over as the U.S. contact for the Dignity Toilets for Togo project that Reiss started while he is in African beginning an off-shoot business.

Peninsula fire danger high

Complete burn bans in place

Hearing set on DNR land transfer

More land would be transferred to Dabob Bay conservation area

Comment period opens for Elwha River bridge project

Environmental assessment presented online

Drugs, guns add up to barrage of bullets on Egg and I Road in Jefferson County

A man who shot some 50 to 100 bullets indiscriminately out of a fifth wheel trailer in the 3000 block of Egg and… Continue reading

The ferry MV Coho sits at the dock on Saturday in Port Angeles, waiting to resume daily trips to Victoria once the U.S.-Canada border reopens to non-essential traffic. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Good news about border reopening could come next week

Coho ready to ply the Strait again

The ferry MV Coho sits at the dock on Saturday in Port Angeles, waiting to resume daily trips to Victoria once the U.S.-Canada border reopens to non-essential traffic. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Friday concert to benefit Captain Joseph House

A Concert of Light featuring Nashville musicians Daryl Wayne Dasher and Jill Kinsey and area dance music favorite Fat Chance will perform… Continue reading

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Vintage cars stand on display at Friday night's Ruddell Cruise In at Ruddell Auto Plaze in Port Angeles.

Classic auto event returns to Peninsula

Vintage cars poured into Port Angeles Friday for the 25th edition of the Ruddell Cruise In. The Cruise In, which had to skip a year… Continue reading

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Vintage cars stand on display at Friday night's Ruddell Cruise In at Ruddell Auto Plaze in Port Angeles.

Peninsula heat deaths investigated

Sports announcer, homeless man among the four

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Mike Schefers of Port Angeles works out at the Olympic Peninsula YMCA in Port Angeles.

Employee shortages cramping Clallam County businesses

Capacity is restored, but staff ing low

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Mike Schefers of Port Angeles works out at the Olympic Peninsula YMCA in Port Angeles.