Peninsula hospitals restricting visitors

All three North Olympic Peninsula hospitals are restricting visitors amid high community prevalence of COVID-19. “There is no visitation except under special circumstances,” said Amy… Continue reading

 

Betsy Schultz, left, and Sue Chance work on their tree Saturday morning inside Edna’s Place. Their tree, based on the Captain Joseph House Foundation, is called “Starway to Living." Today is the last day for trees to be decorated. (Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News)

Festival of Trees offers virtual gala, Family Days

Funds raised will go toward COVID-19 rapid testing at OMC

 

Family members say 89-year-old Lorraine (Reandeau) Anderson had “boundless energy packaged in a petite frame.” She succumbed to injuries following a Nov. 14 collision where she was hit by a vehicle while walking in a crosswalk, Sequim Police officers report. (Photo courtesy of Debbie Thompson)

Crosswalk collision kills Sequim woman

Video footage sought of incident near church

Family members say 89-year-old Lorraine (Reandeau) Anderson had “boundless energy packaged in a petite frame.” She succumbed to injuries following a Nov. 14 collision where she was hit by a vehicle while walking in a crosswalk, Sequim Police officers report. (Photo courtesy of Debbie Thompson)

Astronomy lecture set for Sunday

Troy Carpenter will present “It’s very cold in space — or is it?” at 7 p.m. Sunday. The lecture, part of a Washington… Continue reading

Brinnon students to shift back to hybrid model

Starting Monday, students to have three days online, two days in person

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George Dooley, left, and Edward Alders with the Sequim Valley Lions Club work together to load a vehicle with food during the Family Holiday Meal Bag distribution program in Sequim.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Meal distribution helps 900 families in Sequim

Organizers expect continued, growing need in community

George Dooley, left, and Edward Alders with the Sequim Valley Lions Club work together to load a vehicle with food during the Family Holiday Meal Bag distribution program in Sequim.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Peninsula jobless rate drops in October

The jobless rate continued to fall on the North Olympic Peninsula in October. The state Employment Security Department (ESD) reported Tuesday that Clallam County’s unemployment… Continue reading

The Sequim Warming Center at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is open evenings this fall and winter when predicted temperatures fall to 35 degrees or colder. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim Warming Center open, modified for pandemic

A warm place for those who need it in Sequim on cold fall and winter nights is open once again, modified this year… Continue reading

The Sequim Warming Center at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is open evenings this fall and winter when predicted temperatures fall to 35 degrees or colder. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Long-term care facility reaches 22 total cases

Positive return rate ‘outstrips’ rise in testing, official says

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Thanksgiving meals will be a little different this year

Dinners available at Salvation Army, Hardy’s, Tri-Area Community Center

Water shutoffs likely this week in Port Townsend

Downtown pipe fixed, but street remains closed

Man in Carlsborg collision earlier this month dies

A driver who was in a three-car wreck on U.S. Highway 101 in Carlsborg earlier this month has died, the State Patrol reported.… Continue reading

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Jefferson Healthcare awaits surge

Community needs to do its part, officials say

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Port Angeles Parks & Recreation workers clean up the plaza in front of the Conrad Dyer Memorial Fountain in downtown Port Angeles on Thursday after erecting the city's Christmas tree. The donated 32-foot fir tree will be decorated in the coming week for a virtual tree-lighting ceremony at 5 p.m. Nov. 28. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Holidays are coming to town

Port Angeles Parks & Recreation workers clean up the plaza in front of the Conrad Dyer Memorial Fountain in downtown Port Angeles on Thursday, Nov.… Continue reading

Port Angeles Parks & Recreation workers clean up the plaza in front of the Conrad Dyer Memorial Fountain in downtown Port Angeles on Thursday after erecting the city's Christmas tree. The donated 32-foot fir tree will be decorated in the coming week for a virtual tree-lighting ceremony at 5 p.m. Nov. 28. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles School District may return to virtual learning

Superintendent targets COVID-19 infection rate of 200 per 100,000