Police and rescue workers surround the scene of a disturbance on Friday morning at Chase Bank at Front and Laurel streets in downtown Port Angeles that resulted in a fatal shooting and the closure of much of the downtown area. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

One person dead in officer-involved shooting

Police activity blocks intersection in downtown Port Angeles

Police and rescue workers surround the scene of a disturbance on Friday morning at Chase Bank at Front and Laurel streets in downtown Port Angeles that resulted in a fatal shooting and the closure of much of the downtown area. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

May Day celebration in Sequim

The Puget Sound WA Branch of the Party for Socialism and Liberation will host its third May Day Workers Party from 5 p.m.… Continue reading

A mountain goat dangles from a helicopter in Olympic National Park south of Port Angeles on Sept. 13, 2018. Helicopters and trucks relocated hundreds of mountain goats from Olympic National Park in an effort officials said will protect natural resources, reduce visitor safety issues and boost native goat populations elsewhere in Washington state. (Jesse Major /Peninsula Daily News)
A mountain goat dangles from a helicopter in Olympic National Park south of Port Angeles on Sept. 13, 2018. Helicopters and trucks relocated hundreds of mountain goats from Olympic National Park in an effort officials said will protect natural resources, reduce visitor safety issues and boost native goat populations elsewhere in Washington state. (Jesse Major /Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam to pause on trust land request

Lack of sales could impact taxing districts

Hospital to ask for levy lid lift

OMC seeking first hike since 2008

Kyle Zimmerman, co-owner of The Hub at Front and Lincoln streets in downtown Port Angeles, adds a new coat of paint on Wednesday to an advertising sign on the back of his building that was uncovered during the demolition of a derelict building that once hid the sign from view. Zimmerman said The Hub, formerly Mathews Glass and Howe's Garage before that, is being converted to an artist's workspace and entertainment venue with an opening set for late May or early June. Although The Hub will have no control over any new construction that might later hide the automotive signs, Zimmerman said restoring the paint is an interesting addition to the downtown area for as long as it lasts. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Paint restoration in Port Angeles

Kyle Zimmerman, co-owner of The Hub at Front and Lincoln streets in downtown Port Angeles, adds a new coat of paint on Wednesday to an… Continue reading

Kyle Zimmerman, co-owner of The Hub at Front and Lincoln streets in downtown Port Angeles, adds a new coat of paint on Wednesday to an advertising sign on the back of his building that was uncovered during the demolition of a derelict building that once hid the sign from view. Zimmerman said The Hub, formerly Mathews Glass and Howe's Garage before that, is being converted to an artist's workspace and entertainment venue with an opening set for late May or early June. Although The Hub will have no control over any new construction that might later hide the automotive signs, Zimmerman said restoring the paint is an interesting addition to the downtown area for as long as it lasts. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Paving to begin on North Sequim Avenue

Work crews from Interwest Construction and Agate Asphalt will begin paving work on the North Sequim Avenue sidewalk and bike lane project from… Continue reading

Open house set for estuary project

Representatives will be at Brinnon Community Center

Port of Port Townsend considers moorage exemptions

Effort to preserve maritime heritage

Anderson Lake closed due to Anatoxin-A

The state Parks and Recreation Commission has closed Anderson Lake after monitoring by Jefferson County Public Health revealed dangerous levels of Anatoxin-A.… Continue reading

Woman recovered off Neah Bay coast identified

A woman who was recovered from the water a half-mile off the coast of Neah Bay has been identified. Jeryca W. Phelps,… Continue reading

Smoke rises on Tuesday morning from the site of a baled cardboard fire that broke out late Monday night at the McKinley Paper Company on Marine Drive in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

No injuries following fire at McKinley paper mill

The Port Angeles Fire Department responded to a fire at the McKinley Paper Company mill in the 1900 block of Marine Drive.… Continue reading

Smoke rises on Tuesday morning from the site of a baled cardboard fire that broke out late Monday night at the McKinley Paper Company on Marine Drive in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
John Brewer.

Remembrance event set next month for John Brewer

Former publisher, editor was in charge of Peninsula Daily News for 17 years

John Brewer.
August Gala, 2, of Port Angeles spins an idle wheel of a truck belonging to Bruch & Bruch Construction during Saturday’s Touch a Truck event at Queen of Angeles School in Port Angeles. The event, hosted by the school’s parent-teacher organization, allowed youngsters and adults to visit and climb aboard a variety of construction, public safety and utility vehicles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Touch a Truck

August Gala, 2, of Port Angeles spins an idle wheel of a truck belonging to Bruch & Bruch Construction during Saturday’s Touch a Truck event… Continue reading

August Gala, 2, of Port Angeles spins an idle wheel of a truck belonging to Bruch & Bruch Construction during Saturday’s Touch a Truck event at Queen of Angeles School in Port Angeles. The event, hosted by the school’s parent-teacher organization, allowed youngsters and adults to visit and climb aboard a variety of construction, public safety and utility vehicles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Chef to speak at Studium Generale East

Chef Arran Stark will present a healthy cooking demonstration at 4 p.m. Thursday. Stark will speak at Peninsula College’s Studium Generale East… Continue reading

Man who allegedly broke into Brinnon homes with rifle to be in court

Coccia, 44, arrested by Mason County sheriff’s deputies

Port of Port Angeles reports strong March revenue

Marine trades site ready for contractor to install utilities

Two-lane bypass to be paved Tuesday night

Work crews will begin paving a two-lane bypass near Discovery Bay at 8 p.m. Tuesday. The bypass will allow construction of a new… Continue reading