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A GROWING CONCERN: Make your houseplants feel at home

AS WE MOVE into February, and the end of winter soon, let’s look inward towards your living arrangements. A few days ago, as I was… Continue reading

LETTER:Gaza ceasefire

The Port Townsend City Council voted unanimously to approve a ceasefire in Gaza resolution where tens of thousands of innocent people, including 9,000 children, have… Continue reading

LETTER:Opposes Trump

As an 83-year old great grandmother I can not believe that anyone with an IQ of a teenager that has gone through high school could… Continue reading

LETTER:Short term rentals

Short-term rental (STR) owners with money in the game are trying to block any real regulation. But there must be limitations and fair taxation, as… Continue reading

LETTER:Stand with Israel

In “Port Townsend City Council calls for ceasefire in Gaza” (PDN, Jan. 24) Peter Segall mentioned that a similar Port Angeles resolution was tabled. “We’re… Continue reading

LETTER:Water conservation

I read with interest the article about Sequim landowners opposing the piping of irrigation ditches as part of a water conservation effort for the Dungeness… Continue reading

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Erik Kingfisher, Stewardship Director of Jefferson Land Trust, explains the role of the trust after the sale of the Shorts Family Farm is completed to the Port of Port Townsend to an assembly of port commissioners and interested parties during a tour on Wednesday.

Short’s Farm challenges assessed

Port to consider how to manage its first foray into agriculture

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Erik Kingfisher, Stewardship Director of Jefferson Land Trust, explains the role of the trust after the sale of the Shorts Family Farm is completed to the Port of Port Townsend to an assembly of port commissioners and interested parties during a tour on Wednesday.

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

With plane malfunctions making headlines recently, how safe do you feel flying?

With plane malfunctions making headlines recently, how safe do you feel flying?… Continue reading

  • Feb 9, 2024
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Martha Bell, left, and Nancy Jacobson put new donations into the Little Free Pantry box at 316 S. Cherry St. that is sponsored by First Presbyterian Church in Port Angeles.

Stocking up at Free Little Pantries

Martha Bell, left, and Nancy Jacobson put new donations into the Little Free Pantry box at 316 S. Cherry St. that is sponsored by First… Continue reading

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Martha Bell, left, and Nancy Jacobson put new donations into the Little Free Pantry box at 316 S. Cherry St. that is sponsored by First Presbyterian Church in Port Angeles.

Clallam County measures offered by hospital, school districts

One hospital and two school districts have levy measures on Clallam County’s special election ballot on Tuesday. The county assessor on Jan.… Continue reading

Who is going to win the Super Bowl on Sunday?

Who is going to win the Super Bowl on Sunday?… Continue reading

  • Feb 8, 2024

What is the best part of the Super Bowl?

What is the best part of the Super Bowl?… Continue reading

  • Feb 7, 2024

GDR Labs CONOCB2 Reviews (Updated) Clinically-Researched Ingredients or Risky Side Effects?

In the quest for solace from pain, humanity has long been on a vigilant search for relief. Pain, a universal and often unwelcome part of… Continue reading

Do you think House Republicans will agree to the deal the Senate struck on border control and foreign aid?

Do you think House Republicans will agree to the deal the Senate struck on border control and foreign aid?… Continue reading

  • Feb 6, 2024
Winners of the 2024 Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce Community Awards gather after Saturday night’s ceremony at Field Arts & Events Hall in Port Angeles. The winners are, from left, Becky McFarland and Stevie Boggard of Kindred Collective, emerging business of the year; Tom Baermann of Pacific Office Equipment, business of the year; Stacey Sanders, educator of the year; Sheryl Hamilton of Oxford House, organization of the year; Kennedy Cameron, young leader of the year; and Jeff Bohman, citizen of the year. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Six awards presented during community gala

Trails advocate wins PA chamber’s Citizen of Year nod

Winners of the 2024 Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce Community Awards gather after Saturday night’s ceremony at Field Arts & Events Hall in Port Angeles. The winners are, from left, Becky McFarland and Stevie Boggard of Kindred Collective, emerging business of the year; Tom Baermann of Pacific Office Equipment, business of the year; Stacey Sanders, educator of the year; Sheryl Hamilton of Oxford House, organization of the year; Kennedy Cameron, young leader of the year; and Jeff Bohman, citizen of the year. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles School District, union to meet with mediator for deal

Paraeducators seeking 3.7 percent raise for their new contract

Should the US military continue to retaliate if Iran and the militias it arms conduct additional attacks?

Should the US military continue to retaliate if Iran and the militias it arms conduct additional attacks?… Continue reading

  • Feb 5, 2024

Democrats Franz, Randall stockpile cash in battle for US House position

Cash is flowing into campaign coffers of two Democrats dueling for an open congressional seat in western Washington. Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz reported… Continue reading

Hill trial on track after status hearing

Attorney wants to set a briefing schedule