Memorial Day edition to be online only

Help available if needed to set up access

The U.S. Postal Service is not working Memorial Day. But the Peninsula Daily News still will prepare a good read for subscribers.

It won’t be delivered to your home or printed on paper.

However, the entire Clallam and Jefferson county editions will be presented in the PDN’s online replicas.

They will be available free to print subscribers at peninsuladailynews.com and on our mobile app.

To access the replica print editions online, go to Menu at the top left of Home page, click on it and move down to Print Edition near the bottom of the drop-down menu.

Click on that and choose either the Clallam County edition or the Jefferson County edition.

All print subscribers have access to the digital editions as part of their regular subscriptions and can access the newspaper that day by logging in with their username and password.

Those who need assistance in accessing the website can call 360-452-2345 and choose the Circulation option. Staff will be available to help on Thursday and Friday.

Stories also can be read on the website.

The free mobile app for the PDN can be downloaded from Apple Store and Google Play store.

Mail is not delivered on federal holidays, of which there will be seven after Memorial Day.

The next federal holiday will be Juneteenth National Independence Day. It will be observed on Monday, June 20, because the date of the holiday, June 19, falls on a Sunday when the post office routinely does not deliver.

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