Leah Leach

Vessel recovery devices arrive off San Juan Island

Orcas turned back just before diesel sheen from sunken boat

Fiber artists urged to apply for September exhibit

Applications are now available for Bring Your Own Fiber Art: Port Angeles Fiber Art Exhibit to be held during the month of… Continue reading

US grant funds a new program

Media tech school expected to spur living-wage jobs

Auditions set for ‘Goldilocks and the Ultimate Rampage’

PA Panto is back. The theater group, which is the creative brainchild of writer Shannon Cosgrove and co-producer and director Naomi Alstrup,… Continue reading

Grow a Row plant sale Saturday aimed to encourage winter plots

Food bank growers urging residents to harvest food for themselves, others

Observable sheen from oil spill shrinks

No effect seen on wildlife, Coast Guard says

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Fair Queen Allison Pettit, front, and Queen's Court Sophia Lawson, shown on Aug. 6 on their parade float in the Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival, will preside over the Clallam County Fair starting on Thursday in Port Angeles.

Clallam County Fair back in 2022

Four days of grandstand events, music, food and fun start Thursday

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Fair Queen Allison Pettit, front, and Queen's Court Sophia Lawson, shown on Aug. 6 on their parade float in the Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival, will preside over the Clallam County Fair starting on Thursday in Port Angeles.
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Olympic Music Festival begins season today

The Olympic Music Festival begins its 2022 Summer Season in Port Townsend today. The festival’s 39th summer season offers in-person performances at… Continue reading

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Festival server Rebbecca Paradis, left, prepares to serve slices of blackberry pie being doled out by Rachael Wood in the kitchen of the Joyce Depot during the 2021 Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry festival.

Wild blackberries highlight of upcoming festival

Joyce Daze set for next weekend

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Festival server Rebbecca Paradis, left, prepares to serve slices of blackberry pie being doled out by Rachael Wood in the kitchen of the Joyce Depot during the 2021 Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry festival.

Deadline nears for Sunshine Festival artwork

The Aug. 1 deadline is approaching for applications from artists to be considered to develop artwork for the 2023 Sequim Sunshine Festival poster… Continue reading

A group of youths cool off by jumping into the cove at the Marine Science Center at Fort Worden State Park on Tuesday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Temperature dive expected by next week

National Weather Service says it’s cooler near coast

A group of youths cool off by jumping into the cove at the Marine Science Center at Fort Worden State Park on Tuesday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Volunteers needed for Jefferson County fairgrounds cleanup

Volunteers are invited to help spruce up the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday. The weekend cleanup will be from 9… Continue reading

Port Townsend woman runs stop sign, lands in tree

A Port Townsend woman was airlifted to a Seattle hospital after she allegedly sped through an intersection and came to rest in… Continue reading

Tickets on sale now for three-day Departure Festival at Lake Leland

Attendance limited to 1,200 as COVID-19 restrictions ease

THING stage drew crowds in 2019.
Christine Mitchell

THING tickets on sale now

Music, arts planned for three days in August

THING stage drew crowds in 2019.
Christine Mitchell

Men’s chorus opens to all, changes name

The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus has a new name: Juan de Fuca Harmony. The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus — a chapter of the… Continue reading

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Michael Payne, Executive Director of the Port Townsend Aero Museum, shows off some of the antique and historic air planes on display at the museum located at the Jefferson County International Airport in Port Townsend. The museum is expanding, in the area behind the blue tarp in the background, to increase the museum’s display area by about a third.

Aero museum expanding by one-third

Historic aircraft on display

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Michael Payne, Executive Director of the Port Townsend Aero Museum, shows off some of the antique and historic air planes on display at the museum located at the Jefferson County International Airport in Port Townsend. The museum is expanding, in the area behind the blue tarp in the background, to increase the museum’s display area by about a third.

Volunteers working on Jefferson County fairgrounds

Entries currently sought for variety of categories

Avian flu case reported in Jefferson County

State highest in nation for infected backyard flocks of birds, poultry