Government officials applaud the ribbon cutting at the Point Hudson breakwater in Port Townsend on Wednesday afternoon. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Point Hudson breakwater opens centennial celebration

$12 million port project finishes on time, under budget

Government officials applaud the ribbon cutting at the Point Hudson breakwater in Port Townsend on Wednesday afternoon. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby sales begin

Ducks are on sale for the 35th annual Duck Derby presented by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, with racers having an opportunity to… Continue reading

NOHN helps to meet healthcare needs, CEO says

Network established in 2015 with federally qualified center

People, tools needed for build

Dream Playground on track for May 15-19

Skilled workers sought for Dream Playground shifts

The Dream Playground is seeking skilled workers for the following shifts: • Wednesday, May 15, from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. • Thursday, May 16,… Continue reading

Overnight bridge closures scheduled

The state Department of Transportation has announced a series of overnight closures of the Hood Canal bridge on state Highway 104 beginning May… Continue reading

Fort Worden board to discuss annual report

The Fort Worden Public Development Authority board will discuss its annual report to the city of Port Townsend during a special meeting… Continue reading

East Jefferson Fire Rescue Chief Bret Black describes the 2,500-gallon wildfire tender located at Marrowstone Fire Station 12 on Marrowstone Island during an open house on Saturday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Marrowstone Island fire station open for business

Volunteers to staff 1,300-square-foot building

East Jefferson Fire Rescue Chief Bret Black describes the 2,500-gallon wildfire tender located at Marrowstone Fire Station 12 on Marrowstone Island during an open house on Saturday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

No one injured in Port Angeles car fire

No one was injured in a fire that destroyed a vehicle at Front and Ennis streets, according to a press release from… Continue reading

A repair crew performs work on the observation tower at the end of Port Angeles City Pier on Wednesday as part of a project to repair structural deficiencies in the tower, which has been closed to the public since November. The work, being performed by Aberdeen-based Rognlin’s Inc., includes replacement of bottom supports and wood decking, paint removal and repainting of the structure. Work on the $574,000 project is expected to be completed in June. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Repairs begin on tower at Port Angeles City Pier

The city of Port Angeles has announced that Roglin’s, Inc., of Aberdeen, has begun structural repairs to the observation tower at City… Continue reading

A repair crew performs work on the observation tower at the end of Port Angeles City Pier on Wednesday as part of a project to repair structural deficiencies in the tower, which has been closed to the public since November. The work, being performed by Aberdeen-based Rognlin’s Inc., includes replacement of bottom supports and wood decking, paint removal and repainting of the structure. Work on the $574,000 project is expected to be completed in June. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Woman charged in animal cruelty

Jacobsen facing 30 counts from 2021, ‘22

Clallam County eyes second set of lodging tax applications

Increase more than doubles support from 2023

Tribe seeking funds for hotel

Plans still in works for downtown Port Angeles

Quilcene schools, Clallam Bay fire district measures passing

Voters in Jefferson and Clallam counties appear to have passed measures for the Quilcene School District and Clallam County Fire District 5. In initial returns… Continue reading

Ballots due today for elections in Clallam, Jefferson counties

It’s Election Day for voters in Quilcene and Clallam Bay, and voters in both communities are being asked to approve levies to… Continue reading

Jefferson County joins opioid settlement

Deal with Johnson & Johnson to bring more than $200,000

Jefferson PUD has clean audit for 2022

Jefferson County Public Utility District #1 has received a clean audit for 2022 from the state auditor’s office. It marked the agency’s… Continue reading

Jefferson Transit opens survey on climate action plan

Jefferson Transit Authority will conduct a survey through June 7 to gather public input regarding its climate action plan. The transit agency… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center reports operating losses

Hospital audit shows $28 million shortfall