EJFR to expand ability to help

City-hosted grant adds ‘tools to toolbox’

Football players disciplined

Forks investigation into hazing incident ongoing

Holiday decorations go missing on Diamond Point

The Grinch came early this year. Or that’s how it seems to residents to Diamond Point Road, who saw a number of… Continue reading

Jefferson County considers carbon leases

Junior taxing districts concerned about timber revene

The Dungeness Off-Channel Reservoir is pictured in an artist's rendering by Anchor QEA, the project’s engineering firm.

Open house to provide information about Dungeness reservoir

Project aims to protect irrigation water, save salmon, create park

The Dungeness Off-Channel Reservoir is pictured in an artist's rendering by Anchor QEA, the project’s engineering firm.
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Peninsula Home Fund donations pour in

Most recent donors listed

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For the second year, River Jensen, left, and her mom Anna Larsen plan to use stockings for River’s Christmas Project to supply toiletries to local homeless people and others in crisis. River, now 16, started the project seven years ago.

River’s Christmas Project asks for support to supply stockings

There have been plenty of reasons to stop or take a break — the loss of her father, COVID-19 and/or the busy schedule… Continue reading

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For the second year, River Jensen, left, and her mom Anna Larsen plan to use stockings for River’s Christmas Project to supply toiletries to local homeless people and others in crisis. River, now 16, started the project seven years ago.

Budgets before county commissions

Government meetings across North Olympic Peninsula

Clean Fuel Standard and Climate Commitment Act set to launch Jan. 1

Regulations intended to meet emissions goals

Tyler Gage photographs a fire engine while Adam DeFilippo finishes decorating the old fire engine in preparation for two Operation Candy Cane programs in Port Angeles. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Operation Candy Cane launched by firefighters

Two departments gathering donations in Port Angeles; Sequim starts Monday

Tyler Gage photographs a fire engine while Adam DeFilippo finishes decorating the old fire engine in preparation for two Operation Candy Cane programs in Port Angeles. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
A vehicle inches its way down a hill in the 100 block of South Liberty Street in Port Angeles after snow coated much of the North Olympic Peninsula on Thursday morning. Unsettled weather and chilly conditions are forecast into next week. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
A vehicle inches its way down a hill in the 100 block of South Liberty Street in Port Angeles after snow coated much of the North Olympic Peninsula on Thursday morning. Unsettled weather and chilly conditions are forecast into next week. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Accused murder likely to have lesser charges dropped

Lesser charges filed against an Agnew man accused of murdering his father and his father’s girlfriend are likely to be dismissed next… Continue reading

Coast Guard medevacs woman from Forks to Canada

The Coast Guard medically evacuated a 42-year-old woman in critical condition from Forks to Canada early Wednesday morning. At 8 p.m. Tuesday, watchstanders… Continue reading

Man airlifted to Harborview following 104 wreck

A Moses Lake man was upgraded from critical to serious condition Wednesday afternoon after being airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle following… Continue reading

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U.S. Coast Guard and law enforcement chase boats follow the ferry MV Coho during an armed passenger drill on Tuesday near the mouth of Port Angeles Harbor.

MV Coho part of drill

Two 45-foot response boats and a 29-foot response boat from U.S. Coast Guard Station Port Angeles, plus local law enforcement, performed “touch and go” exercises… Continue reading

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U.S. Coast Guard and law enforcement chase boats follow the ferry MV Coho during an armed passenger drill on Tuesday near the mouth of Port Angeles Harbor.

Raccoon Lodge gets options for preservation

Artist has until Dec. 30 to decide piece’s future

Joe Suter and Dave Smith, employees of Palouse Power, which contracts for additional services to Jefferson County Public Utility District, have snow flurries fall on them as they work to lift a communications cable, owned by Lumen, that was torn down Sunday morning by a boat on a trailer that snagged the cable at the entrance as it entered the boat yard, workers said. The PUD secured the cable as a public service so the entrance could be opened for business on Monday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Communications cable

Joe Suter and Dave Smith, employees of Palouse Power, which contracts for additional services to Jefferson County Public Utility District, have snow flurries fall on… Continue reading

Joe Suter and Dave Smith, employees of Palouse Power, which contracts for additional services to Jefferson County Public Utility District, have snow flurries fall on them as they work to lift a communications cable, owned by Lumen, that was torn down Sunday morning by a boat on a trailer that snagged the cable at the entrance as it entered the boat yard, workers said. The PUD secured the cable as a public service so the entrance could be opened for business on Monday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Port Ludlow man dies from injuries of crash

Collision one of many at intersection Paradise Road and 104