Peninsula College graduate Mackenzie Hammond of Port Angeles, right, take a photograph of fellow students, from left, Myra Luong, Kyrissa Duncan and Julia Biciunas, all of Forks, prior to Saturday’s commencement ceremony at the school’s Port Angeles campus. About 250 students were expected to take part in the ceremony out of about 500 students eligible for degrees and certificates. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula College graduates

Peninsula College graduate Mackenzie Hammond of Port Angeles, right, take a photograph of fellow students, from left, Myra Luong, Kyrissa Duncan and Julia Biciunas, all… Continue reading

Peninsula College graduate Mackenzie Hammond of Port Angeles, right, take a photograph of fellow students, from left, Myra Luong, Kyrissa Duncan and Julia Biciunas, all of Forks, prior to Saturday’s commencement ceremony at the school’s Port Angeles campus. About 250 students were expected to take part in the ceremony out of about 500 students eligible for degrees and certificates. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Six more teams out of Race to Alaska

Wood, illness factors along route

Under the Tent: Community conversation about housing

Thirteen agencies expect to be part of June 30 discussion

Weekly flight operations scheduled

There will be field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex this week. There will be… Continue reading

Ryan Malane with one of his cats.

Business community mourns Ryan Malane

Sudden death leaves people ‘heartbroken’

Ryan Malane with one of his cats.
Bob McCall, from Great Britain, loads his kayak with supplies he will need for his 710-mile journey to Ketchikan, Alaska, during the 2022 Race 2 Alaska, which got underway at noon Thursday from Victoria Harbour. A self-described tracker junkie since the first race, McCall decided to enter the race in 2020 and ordered a kayak built in Victoria, but COVID-19 hit and canceled everything. This is the first time he was able to enter and he is looking forward to the adventure. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Race to Alaska teams start 710-mile trek

Thirty-two leave Victoria for Ketchikan

Bob McCall, from Great Britain, loads his kayak with supplies he will need for his 710-mile journey to Ketchikan, Alaska, during the 2022 Race 2 Alaska, which got underway at noon Thursday from Victoria Harbour. A self-described tracker junkie since the first race, McCall decided to enter the race in 2020 and ordered a kayak built in Victoria, but COVID-19 hit and canceled everything. This is the first time he was able to enter and he is looking forward to the adventure. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

COVID, gun violence prevention before health board

Ten Public Health Heroes recognized

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An excavator pulls apart the charred wreckage of the former Castaways Restaurant and Lounge on Thursday in Port Angeles. The resaturant, located at 1213 Marine Drive at Boat Haven West,  was destroyed by a fire of unknown origin on Jan. 31. Jim Bishop Excavating is performing the demolition.

Demolition begins for burned business in Port Angeles

An excavator pulls apart the charred wreckage of the former Castaways Restaurant and Lounge on Thursday in Port Angeles. The restaurant, located at 1213 Marine… Continue reading

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An excavator pulls apart the charred wreckage of the former Castaways Restaurant and Lounge on Thursday in Port Angeles. The resaturant, located at 1213 Marine Drive at Boat Haven West,  was destroyed by a fire of unknown origin on Jan. 31. Jim Bishop Excavating is performing the demolition.
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Home barged from B.C. to 3 Crabs in Dungeness

Owner replaces house that burned in a fire in 2017

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Alex ‘Swiftwater’ McCarty, a Makah artist who will present a lecture, about the Ozette Village, is pictured working on a carving.  (Shauna Bittle)

Makah Museum opens after two years

Facility marks 43rd anniversary

Alex ‘Swiftwater’ McCarty, a Makah artist who will present a lecture, about the Ozette Village, is pictured working on a carving.  (Shauna Bittle)

OMC signs Sound Physicians

CEO: Contract not necessarily long-term

Sheriff’s office: Corrections staff’s quick response saves lives of three inmates

Staff at the Clallam County Corrections Facility saved the lives of three inmates after fentanyl overdoses, according to the Clallam County Sheriff’s… Continue reading

Crescent School to graduate 14; Lincoln High had 10 graduates

The 14 members of the Crescent School District Class of 2022 will mark commencement at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. The ceremony will be at… Continue reading

Jefferson Healthcare warns of scam

Jefferson Healthcare has received reports of unknown entities calling patients and fraudulently posing as Jefferson Healthcare or Medicare employees, according to a… Continue reading

Man rescued from house fire

Clallam 2 Fire-Rescue firefighters rescued the occupant of a burning house who was unable to get out on his own. They were… Continue reading

Peninsula College to award 457 degrees, certificates Saturday

Peninsula College will observe its 60th commencement ceremony on Saturday when it awards 457 degrees and certificates to graduates. Commencement exercises will… Continue reading

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Curtis Welcker of Freshwater Bay and Amy Joy Sedberry of Port Angeles walk along the tidal flats at Freshwater Bay County Park west of Port Angeles during Wednesday's lowest tide of the year at minus 2.62. Daily minus tides are predicted for most locations in Northwest Washington through the weekend

Lowest tide of year at Freshwater Bay

Curtis Welcker of Freshwater Bay and Amy Joy Sedberry of Port Angeles walk along the tidal flats at Freshwater Bay County Park west of Port… Continue reading

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Curtis Welcker of Freshwater Bay and Amy Joy Sedberry of Port Angeles walk along the tidal flats at Freshwater Bay County Park west of Port Angeles during Wednesday's lowest tide of the year at minus 2.62. Daily minus tides are predicted for most locations in Northwest Washington through the weekend