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Onlookers stand on a fog -shrouded Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles after the most of the Pacific Coast was placed under a tsunami advisory on Saturday morning.

Tsunami advisory prompts Peninsula to watch for waves

No reports of high water in Clallam, Jefferson counties

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Onlookers stand on a fog -shrouded Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles after the most of the Pacific Coast was placed under a tsunami advisory on Saturday morning.

AG: $45M settlement with student loan company

State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says a major student loan servicer will provide about $45 million in debt relief and… Continue reading

  • Jan 14, 2022

Bill aims to help homeless community college students

Legislation also would aid foster children who have aged out

  • Jan 14, 2022
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Peaks of the Olympic Foothills poke out from a layer of clouds and fog as a gull flies over Port Angeles Harbor on Wednesday. Unsettled weather is expected to give way to mostly cloudy skies before rain returns to the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.

Foggy foothills in Port Angeles

Peaks of the Olympic Foothills poke out from a layer of clouds and fog as a gull flies over Port Angeles Harbor on Wednesday. Unsettled… Continue reading

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Peaks of the Olympic Foothills poke out from a layer of clouds and fog as a gull flies over Port Angeles Harbor on Wednesday. Unsettled weather is expected to give way to mostly cloudy skies before rain returns to the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.

Free TAX-AIDE Service starts in February

IRS-certified AARP TAX-AIDE volunteers will be available again this year to prepare and electronically file tax returns at several sites in Clallam and Jefferson counties.… Continue reading

Inslee deploys National Guard to assist hospitals, testing

Gov. Jay Inslee is deploying 100 members of the state National Guard to some hospitals to… Continue reading

Senate hardens penalties for election worker harassment

The state Senate unanimously approved a measure that would make it a Class C felony to harass an election worker,… Continue reading

  • Jan 14, 2022

State health board inundated with false fears of camps for unvaccinated

A routine meeting of the Washington State Board of Health on Wednesday became the topic of a… Continue reading

  • Jan 14, 2022

State lawmakers consider Women’s Suffrage Day

Designation would make March 22 a state holiday

  • Jan 13, 2022
Project Director Chris Fidler stands on the stage of the Field Arts & Events Hall’s performance venue in March 2021. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News file)
Project Director Chris Fidler stands on the stage of the Field Arts & Events Hall’s performance venue in March 2021. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News file)

Four more deaths reported on Peninsula

Berry: State overwhelmed by growing case numbers

Ovation of the Seas wintering in Puget Sound

The 16-deck Ovation of the Seas cruise ship will be seen coming in and out of the Port Angeles Harbor for some… Continue reading

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter hoists an injured person from the beach at the base of a bluff below 10th and Walker streets on the west side of Port Angeles on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Teenager falls from bluff

Girl flown to Harborview

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter hoists an injured person from the beach at the base of a bluff below 10th and Walker streets on the west side of Port Angeles on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Truck-car collision causes traffic delay on Highway 104

A collision between a car and a semi truck on state Highway 104 sent two people to hospitals and partially closed the road… Continue reading

UPS cites bad weather for late deliveries

PORT ANGELES —After several days of being closed and out of service, the Port Angeles UPS Customer Center was open on Wednesday and making at… Continue reading