Three generations of Bike the US for MS riders — from left, Michael Davies, Jordyn Davies and Richard Davies — visit the Sequim MS Support Group. (Sequim MS Support Group)

Bike the US for MS makes stop in Sequim

The Sequim Multiple Sclerosis Support Group continued its tradition of welcoming riders from the Bike the US for MS organization as they began… Continue reading

 

From left, Leland Gibson, Tucker Piontek and Jeff Matthews are lowered into the water aboard Fern, a Nordic folk boat commissioned by Michigan resident Charles Jahn, who was present to see his boat in the water for the first time on Friday at Port Townsend’s Boat Haven Marina. Fern was built over three years by three separate classes of students at The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding. (Elijah Sussman/Peninsula Daily News)

Boat launched in Port Townsend

From left, Leland Gibson, Tucker Piontek and Jeff Matthews are lowered into the water aboard Fern, a Nordic folk boat commissioned by Michigan resident Charles… Continue reading

 

Olympic Medical Heart Center director Leonard Anderson examines a new echocardiograph at the Port Angeles hospital facility. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Foundation donation aids OMC’s heart center

Echocardiogram machine to help more patients receive care locally

Olympic Medical Heart Center director Leonard Anderson examines a new echocardiograph at the Port Angeles hospital facility. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Maya DeLano, executive assistant at Composite Recycling Technology Center, demonstrates the durability of recycled carbon fiber during a job fair on Friday organized by the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce at the Vern Burton Community Center. (Christopher Urquia/Peninsula Daily News)

Job fair in Port Angeles

Maya DeLano, executive assistant at Composite Recycling Technology Center, demonstrates the durability of recycled carbon fiber during a job fair on Friday organized by the… Continue reading

Maya DeLano, executive assistant at Composite Recycling Technology Center, demonstrates the durability of recycled carbon fiber during a job fair on Friday organized by the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce at the Vern Burton Community Center. (Christopher Urquia/Peninsula Daily News)
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Seattle, center, walks on a trail in Neah Bay with Tribal Chairman Timothy J. Greene Sr., left, and others. (Sen. Murray's office)

Murray tours West End facilities

Senator secured funding for road, medical center

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Seattle, center, walks on a trail in Neah Bay with Tribal Chairman Timothy J. Greene Sr., left, and others. (Sen. Murray's office)

OMC providing facts about Proposition 1

Hospital sees $2.2M in savings following consultant tips

Road work set next week on state Highway 20

Maintenance crews from the state Department of Transportation will make repairs to the road surface on state Highway 20 between 9 a.m.… Continue reading

Abbot Construction’s crew responsible for crane lifting the two-story concrete walls pack up as new crew members move in for steel reinforcement on Monday. (Elijah Sussman/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson Healthcare adding capacity, programs

Expanded services to be offered upon 2025 opening

Abbot Construction’s crew responsible for crane lifting the two-story concrete walls pack up as new crew members move in for steel reinforcement on Monday. (Elijah Sussman/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam Transit awarded $3.6M grant

Agency plans to replace several buses in its fleet

Port Townsend to host planning event

The city of Port Townsend and SCJ Alliance will host an interactive planning studio Monday through Wednesday. The studio will be conducted… Continue reading

Recall petitions dismissed

Judge cites petitioner’s lack of standing

Western hemlock could provide housing option

Mill processing trees, removing moisture content

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Siena Vo, 2, of Da Nang, Vietnam roams through a lavender field at B & B Family Farm on Wednesday near Carlsborg.

Lavender star of weekend fest

Plethora of activities set for annual event

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Siena Vo, 2, of Da Nang, Vietnam roams through a lavender field at B & B Family Farm on Wednesday near Carlsborg.

August primary ballots mailed

Races to be narrowed to top two candidates

David Faber.
David Faber.
A kayker makes his way between the pilings of a former floating log yard near the entrance to Port Angeles Boat Haven. Pleasant conditions and calm waters are expected across most of the North Olympic Peninsula through the coming weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Passing through

A kayker makes his way between the pilings of a former floating log yard near the entrance to Port Angeles Boat Haven. Pleasant conditions and… Continue reading

A kayker makes his way between the pilings of a former floating log yard near the entrance to Port Angeles Boat Haven. Pleasant conditions and calm waters are expected across most of the North Olympic Peninsula through the coming weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles City Council approves clean energy grant

City OKs lodging tax request, bed and breakfast ordinance

Law enforcement officers arrest a man who allegedly led a high-speed chase from Port Angeles to Sequim along U.S. Highway 101 on Wednesday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Man arrested following chase on U.S. Highway 101

Law enforcement officers arrested a man following a high-speed chase on U.S. Highway 101 from Port Angeles to Sequim. Jason Viada, Port Angeles… Continue reading

Law enforcement officers arrest a man who allegedly led a high-speed chase from Port Angeles to Sequim along U.S. Highway 101 on Wednesday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Drought response activated on three water systems

Clallam County Public Utility District No. 1 has announced a Stage 3 drought response for the Island View Water System and a Stage… Continue reading