Zach Jablonski

Clallam County surge grows to 18

Nearly 3,000 on Peninsula receive first vaccine dose

Death at Jefferson Fairgrounds not a homicide

Incident continues to be under investigation

Woman found dead at Jefferson County Fairgrounds

Cause of death under investigation

Paddle boarder Luke Burritt of team Fueled on Stoke takes off at the start of the Race to Alaska in 2017.

2021 Race to Alaska canceled

New WA360 race set for June

Paddle boarder Luke Burritt of team Fueled on Stoke takes off at the start of the Race to Alaska in 2017.

Clallam outbreak grows to 15 cases

Jefferson schools plan more in-person teaching

The Quilcene and Brinnon Community Knitters made 60 caps for workers of the Mason County and Jefferson County Public Utility Districts. (Photo courtesy of Lise Solvang)

Brinnon, Quilcene knitters make caps for PUD workers

Items donated to utility employees, will also go to Dove House

The Quilcene and Brinnon Community Knitters made 60 caps for workers of the Mason County and Jefferson County Public Utility Districts. (Photo courtesy of Lise Solvang)

Round 1 vaccines wrapping up

No cases of influenza on Peninsula yet, officials say

Owner Charles Gary and mechanic David Stratton extinguished an oil rag fire in this shop on Tuesday.

Port Townsend auto shop owner, employee put out fire

Quick response had blaze out before EJFR arrived

Owner Charles Gary and mechanic David Stratton extinguished an oil rag fire in this shop on Tuesday.

Jefferson County approves housing sales tax

One-tenth of 1 percent tax to be collected April 1

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Interim Clallam County Health Officer Dr. Tom Locke discusses vaping with the Clallam County Board of Health.

Health officer discusses vaccine prioritization

Widespread vaccinations hoped to start in spring

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Interim Clallam County Health Officer Dr. Tom Locke discusses vaping with the Clallam County Board of Health.

Jefferson County sales tax hearing Monday

County commissioners considering one-tenth of 1 percent tax for affordable housing

Quilcene School District administrative assistant Carrie Thompson tosses a blanket to  a student sitting in a truck with her family, during the district's "Winter Warm-up" event on Wednesday. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Quilcene School District gives blankets to students

About 30 teachers, staff members brave rain for three hours

Quilcene School District administrative assistant Carrie Thompson tosses a blanket to  a student sitting in a truck with her family, during the district's "Winter Warm-up" event on Wednesday. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Allotment of Pfizer doses cut

Moderna vaccine expected to be approved soon