Leah Leach

Man hurt in fall from cliff, transported to Harborview in Seattle

An unidentified man was badly hurt last week when he fell from a cliff at 183 Twilight Beach Road after his dog… Continue reading

Forks Sasquatch Days this weekend

The First Annual Forks Sasquatch Days begins today and continues Sunday. Activities will begin at 9 a.m. each day at the Forks Rainforest… Continue reading

"Run with the Wind" by Jeanne Joseph is one of many paintings depicting Summer Delights at the Bay Club.

Paintings and jewelry on display in June

The Port Ludlow Art League is highlighting the work of artist Ann Arscott and jeweler Li Ding-Salopek during the month of June.… Continue reading

"Run with the Wind" by Jeanne Joseph is one of many paintings depicting Summer Delights at the Bay Club.

Spot shrimp, entertainment abound at Brinnon ShrimpFest

Food, live music, beer/wine garden among attractions

Bruce Emery.

Former planner eyes Clallam County Department of Community Development

Open position draws four hopefuls, who are expected to debate in Forks today

Bruce Emery.

Memorial Day edition to be online only

Help available if needed to set up access

Danny McEnerney.

New Jefferson County Fair manager tells of upgrades

‘Focus on providing ways for people to get a dose of joy’

Danny McEnerney.
Holding their Leadership trophies presented to them in an awards program Saturday at the Port Ludlow Marina are, from left, Rob Birman, executive director of Centrum, Business Leader of the Year; Akira Anderson, Future Business Leader of the Year; and Wendy and Brent Davis, owners of Lila’s Kitchen, Rising Entrepreneur of the year. Two other winners who were unable to attend are Ariel Speser, Citizen of the Year, and Dr. Allison Berry, Young Professional of the Year. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Community leadership awards honor heroes

Former City Council member Citizen of Year

Holding their Leadership trophies presented to them in an awards program Saturday at the Port Ludlow Marina are, from left, Rob Birman, executive director of Centrum, Business Leader of the Year; Akira Anderson, Future Business Leader of the Year; and Wendy and Brent Davis, owners of Lila’s Kitchen, Rising Entrepreneur of the year. Two other winners who were unable to attend are Ariel Speser, Citizen of the Year, and Dr. Allison Berry, Young Professional of the Year. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
Don Dundon, sales manager at Wilder Toyota, plucks the winning duck from a Wilder truck Sunday at the 33rd annual Duck Derby on Sunday. The winner was Tracy’s Insulation. More than 32,000 ducks were sold this year, the most in the past 12 years. (Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News)

Top duck plucked in annual fundraising derby

New record set for Olympic Medical Center Foundation

Don Dundon, sales manager at Wilder Toyota, plucks the winning duck from a Wilder truck Sunday at the 33rd annual Duck Derby on Sunday. The winner was Tracy’s Insulation. More than 32,000 ducks were sold this year, the most in the past 12 years. (Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News)

Candidate filing week ends with list of hopefuls

Three contests to be on primary ballot

Duck Derby to offer prizes on Sunday

First in-person version of annual event since 2019

The Worthington Mansion restoration includes 9,000 cedar shingles that were hand dipped bay volunteers two years ago. They are installed on the mansard roof. The top floor of the mansion which is the interior of the roof area is envisioned to become a library area and meeting space. (Peninsula Daily News file)

Worthington Mansion volunteers to cut the ribbon

Overnight stays expected to begin in June

The Worthington Mansion restoration includes 9,000 cedar shingles that were hand dipped bay volunteers two years ago. They are installed on the mansard roof. The top floor of the mansion which is the interior of the roof area is envisioned to become a library area and meeting space. (Peninsula Daily News file)

Three-way contests form; Clallam DCD post gets fourth hopeful

Another three-way contest formed on Wednesday in the Legislative District 24 race as well as in the Jefferson County commission election while the Clallam County… Continue reading

Lisa Jensen
Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival Royality are, from left, Princess Brigitte Palmer, Queen Jenessah Seebergoss and Princess Hailey Hirschel. Seebergoss will not be able to attend this year.

Stop and smell the rhodies again

Rhododendron Festival begins Wednesday

Lisa Jensen
Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival Royality are, from left, Princess Brigitte Palmer, Queen Jenessah Seebergoss and Princess Hailey Hirschel. Seebergoss will not be able to attend this year.

Three-way race forms for District 24 seat

Candidates sign up on first day of official filing week

Prelude canceled; Juan de Fuca Fest to go on

The Prelude to a Festival has been canceled, but not the actual Juan de Fuca Festival set for May 27-29. The Prelude,… Continue reading

Will Purser

Purser announces fourth run for PUD seat

Candidate discusses rates, broadband, carbon neutral power

Will Purser

Rally set in Sequim to support abortion rights

Similar rally scheduled in Port Townsend earlier in the day

Alex Baker of the USPS picks up some food donations on his west Port Angeles route several years ago.

Stamp Out Hunger set Saturday

Alex Baker of the USPS picks up some food donations on his west Port Angeles route several years ago. The National Association of Letter Carriers… Continue reading

Alex Baker of the USPS picks up some food donations on his west Port Angeles route several years ago.
The Field Arts & Events Hall on the Port Angeles waterfront sits idle on Tuesday while awaiting the resumption of work to complete the facility. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Field Hall pros, cons explored

Participants discuss possibilities of $50 million investment

The Field Arts & Events Hall on the Port Angeles waterfront sits idle on Tuesday while awaiting the resumption of work to complete the facility. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)