Zach Jablonski

Peninsula vaccinations rise

Uptick also seen in inoculation of young people

 

Burn ban loosened on North Olympic Peninsula

Burn bans in Jefferson and Clallam counties have been loosened to allow for recreational fires and the use of charcoal briquettes. Clallam County Fire Marshal… Continue reading

 

Hospital case loads rising

Three more deaths reported in Clallam County

About 10 anti-vaccination protestors gather outside the Port Townsend High School campus Wednesday afternoon, holding a variety of signs such as "the vaccine is slow euthanasia" and equating getting the COVID-19 vaccine to playing a game of Russian roulette. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
About 10 anti-vaccination protestors gather outside the Port Townsend High School campus Wednesday afternoon, holding a variety of signs such as "the vaccine is slow euthanasia" and equating getting the COVID-19 vaccine to playing a game of Russian roulette. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

PUD aims to extend high speed internet

Grant would fund project for over 200 homes

Apple Martine.
Apple Martine.

Three deaths from COVID-19 on Peninsula

New cases may be leveling off, but activity remains high

Four projects get Conservation Futures funding

Money to go toward protecting floodplain, habitat, waterways

Antibody treatment available for some

Infusion for people sick with COVID-19 at high risk for hospitalization

Rick Mathis, owner of Smuggler’s Landing Restaurant & Lounge in Port Angeles, tallies a customer’s bill on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Rick Mathis, owner of Smuggler’s Landing Restaurant & Lounge in Port Angeles, tallies a customer’s bill on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Another COVID-19 death confirmed

Another death from COVID-19 was confirmed on Friday, on the day when more than 200 people gathered at the Clallam County Courthouse to protest the… Continue reading

Jefferson Healthcare, OMC under great strain

Jefferson Healthcare and Olympic Medical Center are straining under the stress of increased patient load from COVID-19 and general care, but staffing levels are so… Continue reading