COVID-19 Relief Fund to help those impacted by virus precautions

Donations are being accepted now for the COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Peninsula Daily News has repurposed the Peninsula Home Fund temporarily to channel donations to… Continue reading

Gov. Jay Inslee.

VIDEO: Gov. Jay Inslee issues two-week stay-at-home order

‘It’s time to hunker down in order to win this fight’

Gov. Jay Inslee.

Washington residents ordered to stay at home

Clallam County, Jefferson County officials on board with recommendation

Police: 6 of 12 Yakima County jail escapees remain on loose

A search is underway for six of 12 inmates who escaped from the Yakima County jail on Monday, authorities said. The Washington… Continue reading

Man with ties to Poulsbo detained in China since September

Business trip ended by charges of human trafficking

NOLS offers expanded access to online resources

While all Clallam County’s public libraries are closed because of COVID-19 concerns, online resources remain available and North Olympic Library System (NOLS)… Continue reading

Port Townsend stormwater project needs easement

City manager authorized to finalize details

Fire engulfs Quilcene residence

No injuries reported; cause not immediately known

Feds release results of inspection at virus-hit nursing home

Life Care Center of Kirkland failed to rapidly identify, manage sick residents

Saturday stroll in Port Townsend

A lone stroller walks along Water Street, the normally busy downtown business district in Port Townsend on Saturday, March 21, 2020. Shops and restaurants are… Continue reading

Peninsula woman finds painting’s home

The 1931 oil painting traveled with Joy Qualey from house to house, state to state. A serene scene of the South of… Continue reading

Clallam County adds female chain gang

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office has added a third chain gang. This one has an all-female crew. “The Sheriff’s Office has been… Continue reading

Showering birds with care

Donations gathered for nestlings, fledglings

Bird rescuers face uncertainty, too

The birds are still coming in: a red-tailed hawk, a varied thrush, even a great blue heron. “And we’re still feeding seven… Continue reading

Sequim shuts down park playgrounds

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has made its way to Sequim’s playgrounds. City of Sequim officials said Friday that the city had… Continue reading

Port Townsend duo teaching kids to code through game

When the schools closed in the wake of the spread of COVID-19, Port Townsend “techies” David Ehnebuske and Gage Pacifera took it… Continue reading