A Port Angeles police officer cordons off an empty lot at West Washington Street and Third Avenue Thursday morning as law enforcement officials investigate an incident in the area. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

SECOND UPDATE: Sequim shooting tied to homicide investigation

Dead woman found in suspect’s home, officers say

 

Brian King, left, and Marc Titterness.

Candidates for sheriff debate during forum

Wraparound services, staffing among issues discussed

 

Dick Richardson, volunteer coordinator of the U.S. Light House Society, shows off the 1880’s French made fresnel lens at the top of the Point Wilson Light at Fort Worden State Park. The society is the caretaker of the lighthouse, under a license from the U.S. Coast Guard. Public tours are conducted from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Because of liability issues and Coast Guard regulations, the top floor, where the lens is located, will be off limits. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Lighthouse tours

Dick Richardson, volunteer coordinator of the U.S. Light House Society, shows off the 1880’s French made fresnel lens at the top of the Point Wilson… Continue reading

 

Port sunsets discount program

Storage had been half price if prepaid

Port Townsend celebrates rhodies, Chautauqua this weekend

The finale of the Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival and the Chautauqua Week will offer a robust variety of activities this weekend. The… Continue reading

Construction tentatively finishes this week at the new Woodcock Road roundabout. (Bob Lampert)

Woodcock Road roundabout to tentatively finish May 20

Work on the Woodcock Road/Sequim-Dungeness Way roundabout is expected to be completed today, weather permitting, according to Clallam County Roads Department staff. Nick… Continue reading

Construction tentatively finishes this week at the new Woodcock Road roundabout. (Bob Lampert)
The Worthington Mansion restoration includes 9,000 cedar shingles that were hand dipped bay volunteers two years ago. They are installed on the mansard roof. The top floor of the mansion which is the interior of the roof area is envisioned to become a library area and meeting space. (Peninsula Daily News file)

Worthington Mansion volunteers to cut the ribbon

Overnight stays expected to begin in June

The Worthington Mansion restoration includes 9,000 cedar shingles that were hand dipped bay volunteers two years ago. They are installed on the mansard roof. The top floor of the mansion which is the interior of the roof area is envisioned to become a library area and meeting space. (Peninsula Daily News file)

Scholarship luncheon set for Friday in Port Angeles

Soroptimist International of Port Angeles will host its annual scholarship luncheon at noon Friday. The club meets at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 S.… Continue reading

Jefferson PUD views broadband

The Jefferson County Public Utility District commissioners will hear a presentation on the broadband business plan during a special meeting at 9… Continue reading

Judge tosses COVID-19 vaccine objections of Hanford workers

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by several hundred Hanford nuclear reservation and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory workers over COVID-19 vaccine… Continue reading

Student scuba diver dies during class at Joint Base Lewis-McChord

A scuba diver was found dead after he didn’t resurface during a class in American Lake on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The… Continue reading

Three-way race forms for District 24 seat

Candidates sign up on first day of official filing week

Three-way race forms for District 24 seat

Candidates sign up on first day of official filing week

Vancouver police: Arby’s manager urinated in milkshake mix

A manager at an Arby’s fast food restaurant has been accused of urinating into a milkshake mix that might then have been… Continue reading

Linda Martin, center, from Port Townsend, stands beside her husband Mike Cornforth on the corner of Kearney and state Highway 20 in Port Townsend. Martin, with PT Indivisible, collaborated with Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and Women’s March to stage a rally on Saturday to protest the possible U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn the 50-year-old Roe v Wade decision guaranteeing the right to abortion. About 250 people from as far away as Seattle and Sequim took part in the rally. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
Linda Martin, center, from Port Townsend, stands beside her husband Mike Cornforth on the corner of Kearney and state Highway 20 in Port Townsend. Martin, with PT Indivisible, collaborated with Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and Women’s March to stage a rally on Saturday to protest the possible U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn the 50-year-old Roe v Wade decision guaranteeing the right to abortion. About 250 people from as far away as Seattle and Sequim took part in the rally. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
A stylized dragon with its mouth operated by Kurt White makes its way down Washington Street as part of the Olympic Theatre Arts entry in Saturday’s Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade. The event returned to an in-person activity with more than 90 entries and thousands of spectators lining the parade route. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Irrigation Festival Grand parade

Awards issued to floats in the Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade on Saturday are Mayor’s, Clallam County Fair Royalty; Chairman’s, Hoquiam Loggers Playday; President’s, Mason… Continue reading

A stylized dragon with its mouth operated by Kurt White makes its way down Washington Street as part of the Olympic Theatre Arts entry in Saturday’s Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade. The event returned to an in-person activity with more than 90 entries and thousands of spectators lining the parade route. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Sequim man hurt in motorcycle wreck near Port Townsend

A Sequim man was taken to a hospital in Silverdale after a motorcycle wreck on state Highway 20 on Sunday. Steven D.… Continue reading

Avian flu found on Peninsula

All flock owners warned to protect fowl