Leah Leach

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

Dawn View Court breakdown

Here is a breakdown of what is available at Peninsula Behavioral Health’s Dawn View Court (formerly All-View Motel), supportive housing at 214… Continue reading

Friday rain expected to clear smoke

Air quality alerts in place today

Alice Derry, faculty emerita of English, literature, and German

Poet Alice Derry to read from her newest book, ‘Asking’

Poet Alice Derry will read from her newest collection of poetry, “Asking,” at Studium Generale on Thursday. The event is free and… Continue reading

Alice Derry, faculty emerita of English, literature, and German

“From the Ashes” returns to Studio Bob

A production spearheaded by Merryn Welch, “From the Ashes,” will return to Studio Bob on Saturday. The show is intended to raise… Continue reading

The M/V Salish, at the Port Townsend dock Thursday morning, is one of the 21 Washington State Ferries to have their names changed to celebrate the Seattle Mariners. The Salish, as long as the team stays in postseason play, will be renamed after Mariners pitcher Andres Muñoz. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

All aboard the MV Andres Muñoz

State ferries to be temporarily renamed for Seattle Mariners

The M/V Salish, at the Port Townsend dock Thursday morning, is one of the 21 Washington State Ferries to have their names changed to celebrate the Seattle Mariners. The Salish, as long as the team stays in postseason play, will be renamed after Mariners pitcher Andres Muñoz. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)
Serenity by Larry Davidson is featured this month by the Port Ludlow Art League.

Port Ludlow Art League highlights artist, jeweler of month

The Port Ludlow Art Leagues’s artist of the month is Larry Davidson and its jeweler of the month is Katie Jablonski. Their… Continue reading

Serenity by Larry Davidson is featured this month by the Port Ludlow Art League.
Betsy Reed Schultz, head of the Captain Joseph Foundation, sits in the library of the Captain Joseph House in Port Angeles as the respite home for Gold Star families prepares for its first guests this weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Captain Joseph House to welcome its first families

Respite center first in nation of its kind

Betsy Reed Schultz, head of the Captain Joseph Foundation, sits in the library of the Captain Joseph House in Port Angeles as the respite home for Gold Star families prepares for its first guests this weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Quilcene Bay is currently closed to shellfish harvesting

Beach the latest in Jefferson County to be closed due to PSP

Hundreds affected by Port Angeles water main break

Showers, non-potable water offered; cases of water given to residents cut off from service

Richard “Glen” Melville.

Makah Tribal member new deputy director of Office of Justice Services

Richard “Glen” Melville, an enrolled member of Makah Tribe, will lead the Office of Justice Services as a deputy bureau director starting this… Continue reading

Richard “Glen” Melville.