Zach Jablonski

PUD considers sewer rate hikes

Proposal to be discussed next week

Peninsula counties add COVID-19 cases

A Clallam County long-term care facility outbreak has risen to 21 cases of COVID-19, and a second facility in Clallam is now confirmed to have… Continue reading

The Clean Bay is an all electric, zero-emission work boat built by students of the School, that will be based out of Port Ludlow Bay, to provide free pump out services to recreational mariners. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Students build Clean Bay, an launch all electric, zero-emission work boat

Clean Bay was built to provide free pump out services to recreational mariners

The Clean Bay is an all electric, zero-emission work boat built by students of the School, that will be based out of Port Ludlow Bay, to provide free pump out services to recreational mariners. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
Paraeducator Ginni Beard, right, hands out breakfast bags to kindergarten students during the first day of school for Quilcene School District. Quilcene and Brinnon school districts both began instruction Monday, with COVID-19 prevention protocols, including mask wearing and social distancing for students and staff. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Quilcene, Brinnon welcome students back full-time

Safety precautions include mask wearing, social distancing

Paraeducator Ginni Beard, right, hands out breakfast bags to kindergarten students during the first day of school for Quilcene School District. Quilcene and Brinnon school districts both began instruction Monday, with COVID-19 prevention protocols, including mask wearing and social distancing for students and staff. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

No peak yet for new virus cases

Clallam records 161 over weekend; Jefferson adds 17

More health mandates likely

Vaccination proof in restaurants under discussion

Poulsbo man killed after collision with truck

A Poulsbo man died last week after his car reportedly crossed the centerline on state Highway 104 near Port Townsend and collided with a dump… Continue reading

COVID, staffing burden Olympic Peninsula hospitals

The hospital system on the North Olympic Peninsula is strained by the increase of COVID-19 patients and staffing shortages. Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles… Continue reading

John Walsch, mental health navigator for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, recently had his position extended through the end of June 2022, after the Sheriff’s Office was awarded a year-long grant by the Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs to fund the position. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Navigating difficulties: Help offered to those in crisis

Mental health professional joins police on calls

John Walsch, mental health navigator for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, recently had his position extended through the end of June 2022, after the Sheriff’s Office was awarded a year-long grant by the Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs to fund the position. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

COVID, tuberculosis outbreaks grow at Clallam Bay prison

The outbreaks of COVID-19 and tuberculosis at the Clallam Bay Corrections Center continue to grow, as officials try to limit the spread of the unrelated… Continue reading

Murder sentence over 3 decades

Nordland man also to serve time for assault

Driver dies in collision at state Highway 104 and US 101

Second person flown to Harborview with serious injuries

Clallam adds 107 cases, one death on weekend

The federal Food and Drug Administration gave full approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, and Peninsula health officials hope the move will help those… Continue reading

Vehicular homicide sentence imposed

Chimacum woman pleaded guilty

Broadband projects in disscussions for Brinnon

Officials working to increase internet access to South Jefferson County