A Port Angeles public utilities crew vacuums out water and debris from a hole around a water main break on South H Street near West Sixth Street on Wednesday morning. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Public asked to avoid area of water main break in Port Angeles

Crews working at intersection of Sixth and H streets

A Port Angeles public utilities crew vacuums out water and debris from a hole around a water main break on South H Street near West Sixth Street on Wednesday morning. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Chloe Turner, a kennel technician with the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society, gives some attention to Dingo, a canine housed at the society’s Bark House campus. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Humane society closes Bark House, plans to sell

Executive director says monthly finances were ‘unsustainable’

Chloe Turner, a kennel technician with the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society, gives some attention to Dingo, a canine housed at the society’s Bark House campus. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Legislators learn effects of climate change in park

Kilmer: Day lodge funding could come in disaster supplement

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Port Angeles Farmers Market board member Vanessa Barrington adds whipped cream to a strawberry shortcake being sold at the market on Saturday as a fundraiser for market operations. Proceeds from shortcake sales help pay for insurance, organization memberships, rental fees, printing, postage and payroll for market staff. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Market fundraiser

Port Angeles Farmers Market board member Vanessa Barrington adds whipped cream to a strawberry shortcake being sold at the market on Saturday as a fundraiser… Continue reading

Port Angeles Farmers Market board member Vanessa Barrington adds whipped cream to a strawberry shortcake being sold at the market on Saturday as a fundraiser for market operations. Proceeds from shortcake sales help pay for insurance, organization memberships, rental fees, printing, postage and payroll for market staff. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

State hopefuls address forum

Candidates discuss inflation, housing

Law enforcement personnel respond to a call Monday afternoon at the Port Angeles Safeway on Lincoln Street after a man threatened homicide and suicide. (Paul Gottlieb/for Peninsula Daily News)

Police arrest man threatening homicide, suicide

A man threatening homicide and suicide was arrested at the Port Angeles Safeway. Darrell Ray Healer, 54, climbed into an ambulance at… Continue reading

Law enforcement personnel respond to a call Monday afternoon at the Port Angeles Safeway on Lincoln Street after a man threatened homicide and suicide. (Paul Gottlieb/for Peninsula Daily News)
Andrea Raymor, left, and Christine Cray, former owners of the Spruce Goose Cafe on Airport Road in Port Townsend, share a moment with the new owners of the cafe in the background, Ashley Owen, left, Vanessa McKenney, middle, and sister Kathryn McKenney during a break between cooking and waitressing. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Spruce Goose keeps new ownership in Port Townsend

Waitresses, cook purchase business, keep local institution

Andrea Raymor, left, and Christine Cray, former owners of the Spruce Goose Cafe on Airport Road in Port Townsend, share a moment with the new owners of the cafe in the background, Ashley Owen, left, Vanessa McKenney, middle, and sister Kathryn McKenney during a break between cooking and waitressing. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
Jefferson County Historical Society board president Ann Welch, lef,) and director of development and communications Alexandra Toombs at the Museum of Art + History. (Elijah Sussman/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County history museum renovating space

Society plans to rotate exhibits annually

Jefferson County Historical Society board president Ann Welch, lef,) and director of development and communications Alexandra Toombs at the Museum of Art + History. (Elijah Sussman/Peninsula Daily News)

Motorcycle rider airlifted after collision with deer

A motorcycle rider was airlifted to a Seattle hospital after colliding with a deer on state Highway 110. Alexander L. Trapp, 48, of… Continue reading

Sequim Bay closed to shellfish harvest

Beaches in Sequim Bay have been closed for recreational shellfish harvesting for all species due to high paralytic shellfish poison levels in shellfish… Continue reading

Project 10 to help women’s wardrobes

United Way event set for Aug. 8 in Sequim

Olympic Medical Center to host community forum

Olympic Medical Center will host a virtual-only community forum at 6 p.m. Tuesday. CEO Darryl Wolfe will share a presentation on the… Continue reading

Bernadette Shein helps answer quilt questions for visitors of the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club’s annual quilt show in 2023. This year, the event will move to Trinity United Methodist Church and expand to two days, Friday and Saturday. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Quilt show gets new venue, expands to two-day event

Raffle quilts benefit club, scholarship fund

Bernadette Shein helps answer quilt questions for visitors of the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club’s annual quilt show in 2023. This year, the event will move to Trinity United Methodist Church and expand to two days, Friday and Saturday. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Firefighters respond to a fire near the ridge south of Port Angeles in the area known as the “Six Pack.”

UPDATE: Wildfire south of Port Angeles contained

Bulldozer, helicopter help firefighting efforts

Clallam 2 Fire-Rescue
Firefighters respond to a fire near the ridge south of Port Angeles in the area known as the “Six Pack.”
Former President Donald J. Trump is rushed from the stage at a rally in Butler, Pa., on Saturday. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

UPDATE: What we know about the assassination attempt against Trump

Suspected gunman, victims identified

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Former President Donald J. Trump is rushed from the stage at a rally in Butler, Pa., on Saturday. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)
A set of electric vehicle charging stations stand ready for public use in the parking lot of the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Electric vehicle charging stations now at courthouse

The Clallam County Parks, Fair and Facilities Department has completed the installation of electric vehicle charging stations at the courthouse. The chargers,… Continue reading

A set of electric vehicle charging stations stand ready for public use in the parking lot of the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)