Zach Jablonski

Barbara J. Fraley
Barbara J. Fraley

Clallam County blasts state’s reopening actions

The Board of Clallam County Commissioners approved a letter Tuesday criticizing the state’s “Roadmap to Recovery Plan.” The letter echoes the sentiments… Continue reading

Joe Nole Jefferson County Sheriff candidate
Joe Nole Jefferson County Sheriff candidate

Clusters blamed for rising Jefferson County numbers

Health officer: Outbreaks easier to track than individuals

A variety of tents and tarps are spread out at the homeless encampment at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. . (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

OlyCAP proposes plan that may lead to a new solution

Agency: Present situation doesn’t work

A variety of tents and tarps are spread out at the homeless encampment at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. . (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
Tirzah Juskalian, COVID Navigator for Olympic Community Action Programs, talks to homeless campers at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Thursday during the annual Point In Time homeless count. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OlyCAP, along with Bayside Housing Services, only used staff to conduct the count, instead of having assistance from volunteers.

Jefferson County homelessness counted for Point in Time

Tirzah Juskalian, COVID Navigator for Olympic Community Action Programs, talks to homeless campers at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Thursday during the annual Point In Time… Continue reading

Tirzah Juskalian, COVID Navigator for Olympic Community Action Programs, talks to homeless campers at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Thursday during the annual Point In Time homeless count. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OlyCAP, along with Bayside Housing Services, only used staff to conduct the count, instead of having assistance from volunteers.

Peninsula levies on February ballot

The 2021 Special Election on Feb. 9 will have voters across the North Olympic Peninsula deciding on key levy replacements for a handful of school… Continue reading

Clallam, Jefferson counties stay in Phase 1 for now

Metrics might not be ‘measuring the reality’ local health officers say

A kite surfer enjoys the wind and waves early afternoon Wednesday at Fort Worden State Park's beach near Point Wilson Lighthouse. Kitesurfing alone is a good way to social distance and stay active while COVID-19 remains a danger. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Wind and waves for kite surfer

A kite surfer enjoys the wind and waves early afternoon Wednesday at Fort Worden State Park’s beach near Point Wilson Lighthouse. Kitesurfing alone is a… Continue reading

A kite surfer enjoys the wind and waves early afternoon Wednesday at Fort Worden State Park's beach near Point Wilson Lighthouse. Kitesurfing alone is a good way to social distance and stay active while COVID-19 remains a danger. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend man accused of stealing mail

More than 50 people impacted

Finalists picked to lead Port Townsend, Chimacum school districts

Community forums with candidates next week

COVID-19 case rates down on Peninsula

Vaccination clinics on hold as Clallam, Jefferson restock supplies

Jefferson County commissioners David Sullivan, left, and Kate Dean speak about the sales and use tax with county administrator Philip Morley on Monday morning at the Jefferson County Courthouse. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

State bills aim to restructure public health system

Control would shift from individual counties

Jefferson County commissioners David Sullivan, left, and Kate Dean speak about the sales and use tax with county administrator Philip Morley on Monday morning at the Jefferson County Courthouse. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Comments due today on Navy training plans

PT council, Jefferson County sends letters