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Future camp for Jefferson County homeless is considered

Cape George at top of list but not only option

 

Murder trial begins in Nordland fatal shooting

Both prosecution, defense argue self-defense angles

 

Officials with Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Washington State Patrol and the FBI investigate the site of an explosion on Tuesday night in Port Hadlock. The explosion blew off a man’s arm and burned his granddaughter. The blast and subsequent fire destroyed an outbuilding and damaged the trees and grass around it. (Photo courtesy of Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office)

Bomb explodes in Port Hadlock

Man loses arm; granddaughter hurt

Officials with Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Washington State Patrol and the FBI investigate the site of an explosion on Tuesday night in Port Hadlock. The explosion blew off a man’s arm and burned his granddaughter. The blast and subsequent fire destroyed an outbuilding and damaged the trees and grass around it. (Photo courtesy of Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office)

Encampment at Jefferson County Fairgrounds may be moved

Commissioners to discuss options at special meeting Thursday

State, county guidance continues at facility with COVID outbreak

State and Clallam County public health officials continued Tuesday to work on increasing transmission-prevention measures at a long-term care facility that has had 17 COVID-19… Continue reading

Trailer rolls over, impedes traffic for four hours on U.S. Highway 101

An Allyn man has been cited for driving too fast for conditions after he failed to turn on a curve and has his… Continue reading

Nordland murder trial begins Monday in Port Townsend

Sixty-year-old man accused of killing 24-year-old

Parade planned today for high school graduates in Port Townsend

Port Townsend High School seniors and their families will parade through Port Townsend in their vehicles this afternoon before the graduation ceremony… Continue reading

Team High Seas Drifters Scott Wood, left, Mark Boston, Shad Lemke and Jefferson Franklin finished first and rang the bell while hoisting the first place belt for the WA360 on Thursday. The team finished the 360-mile race at 12:59 p.m., after leaving Port Townsend at 6 a.m. Monday. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

WA360 teams come in

First arrivals ring the bell to cheers

Team High Seas Drifters Scott Wood, left, Mark Boston, Shad Lemke and Jefferson Franklin finished first and rang the bell while hoisting the first place belt for the WA360 on Thursday. The team finished the 360-mile race at 12:59 p.m., after leaving Port Townsend at 6 a.m. Monday. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
Chimacum School District has lined the fence outside of the school along Rhody Drive with banners honoring its 2021 graduating class. Public high schools across the North Olympic Peninsula are conducting their graduation ceremonies this weekend. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County high school graduations this weekend

Ceremonies to be less restrictive than ones for last year

Chimacum School District has lined the fence outside of the school along Rhody Drive with banners honoring its 2021 graduating class. Public high schools across the North Olympic Peninsula are conducting their graduation ceremonies this weekend. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Long-term care facility outbreak up to 15 cases

The long-term care facility outbreak in Clallam County has risen to 15 cases, with 11 residents and four staff testing positive for COVID-19 as of… Continue reading

Delores Hagerman, 83, of Port Ludlow will benefit from a trust fund created for asbestos poisoning victims, such as her late husband Ken, derived from insulation made by Owens-Illinois Inc between 1948 and 1958. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula widow beneficiary of asbestos-illness fund

Deceased husband had served on settlement panel

Delores Hagerman, 83, of Port Ludlow will benefit from a trust fund created for asbestos poisoning victims, such as her late husband Ken, derived from insulation made by Owens-Illinois Inc between 1948 and 1958. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

PT seeks input on lighting pollution

Online survey takes comments on Dark Sky initiative