Lauren King (University of Virginia)

Senate confirms first Native American US judge in Washington

The Senate has confirmed Seattle attorney Lauren King as the first Native American federal judge in Washington state. King has served as a… Continue reading

  • Oct 7, 2021
Lauren King (University of Virginia)
Anji Scalf

Sequim chamber director resigns after three years

Board lists position online, anticipates no service disruption

Anji Scalf
Ted Bowman, design engineer with Tsunami Products, installs a unit in homeowner Don Johnson's backyard in Benicia, Calif., Sept. 28, 2021. The recent invention can make water out of the air and in parched California, some homeowners are already buying the pricey devices. The air-to-water systems work like air conditioners by using coils to chill air, then collect water drops in a basin. (AP Photo/Haven Daily)

Units make water from air

The machine Ted Bowman helped design can make water out of the air, and in parched California, some homeowners are already buying… Continue reading

  • Oct 7, 2021
Ted Bowman, design engineer with Tsunami Products, installs a unit in homeowner Don Johnson's backyard in Benicia, Calif., Sept. 28, 2021. The recent invention can make water out of the air and in parched California, some homeowners are already buying the pricey devices. The air-to-water systems work like air conditioners by using coils to chill air, then collect water drops in a basin. (AP Photo/Haven Daily)
Floyd Liljedahl, left, and Kathy Moses, both of Port Angeles, remove weeds from a garden plot planted for the benefit of the Port Angeles Food Bank on Wednesday at the Fifth Street Community Garden. They have been harvesting fresh vegetables for distribution from the food bank. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Vegetable harvest

Floyd Liljedahl, left, and Kathy Moses, both of Port Angeles, remove weeds from a garden plot planted for the benefit of the Port Angeles Food… Continue reading

Floyd Liljedahl, left, and Kathy Moses, both of Port Angeles, remove weeds from a garden plot planted for the benefit of the Port Angeles Food Bank on Wednesday at the Fifth Street Community Garden. They have been harvesting fresh vegetables for distribution from the food bank. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Welcome Celebration to open fall’s Studium Generale

Studium Generale will open its fall quarter series with the traditional Welcome Celebration today. The ceremony is a partnership among the Port… Continue reading

COVID case slide tenuous

Health officer: ‘This is still a very high plateau’

Capt. Paul Bellesen Jr. stands Tuesday near the Washington State Ferries dock in Port Townsend. He spent nearly 30 years in the agency, most recently as the captain of the Salish, which sails between Port Townsend and Coupeville on Whidbey Island. (Zach Jablonski /Peninsula Daily News)

Ferry captain makes his farewells

After a ‘great career,’ he’s ready to do something different

Capt. Paul Bellesen Jr. stands Tuesday near the Washington State Ferries dock in Port Townsend. He spent nearly 30 years in the agency, most recently as the captain of the Salish, which sails between Port Townsend and Coupeville on Whidbey Island. (Zach Jablonski /Peninsula Daily News)

Victim in fatal bike crash identified

The identity of the bicyclist who was killed on Old Olympic Highway over Labor Day Weekend has been released. Todd Wheeler, 59, was… Continue reading

Clallam County Volunteer Hospice to hold orientation

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County will conduct an online orientation session for potential volunteers from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday. Participants will… Continue reading

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Dungeness River Audubon Center to change name

New name reflects mission to educate about the natural environment

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Port of Port Angeles accused on EPA rules

Commissioners seek discussion on potential settlement

JoVonne Lingvall stands by a new pedestrian crosswalk at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church where she and her sister were struck by a vehicle last November. Lingvall survived, but her sister Lorraine (Reandeau) Anderson died four days later. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Solar-powered lights now illuminate crosswalk

Effort follows collision that killed church attendee

JoVonne Lingvall stands by a new pedestrian crosswalk at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church where she and her sister were struck by a vehicle last November. Lingvall survived, but her sister Lorraine (Reandeau) Anderson died four days later. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Django Lynge, 13, and Dustin Hines, 14, stand ready for Wednesday’s ReCyclery Mountain Bike Club ride around Port Townsend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

The ReCyclery launching capital campaign to grow

Plumbing, electrical upgrades could be in future for nonprofit

Django Lynge, 13, and Dustin Hines, 14, stand ready for Wednesday’s ReCyclery Mountain Bike Club ride around Port Townsend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Christmas for Children seeks applications in Jefferson County

Christmas for Children is accepting applications for assistance for this Christmas. Due to public health concerns, this year’s applications can only be… Continue reading

More flu cases are expected

Health official: Spread can occur in indoor settings

Every few months, Cathie Osborne will meet with her doctor at Swedish Medical Center via Zoom and, with a magnet and cell phone, her treatment for essential tremor can be adjusted remotely by medical staff in Seattle without making an all-day trip. “Knowing we don’t have to make those trips is such a relief,” she said. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)=

New option helps tame tremors with adjustments

Sequim woman is first in state to receive treatment

Every few months, Cathie Osborne will meet with her doctor at Swedish Medical Center via Zoom and, with a magnet and cell phone, her treatment for essential tremor can be adjusted remotely by medical staff in Seattle without making an all-day trip. “Knowing we don’t have to make those trips is such a relief,” she said. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)=
Port Angeles Police Officer Swift Sanchez with a child during a holiday shopping event. The police department is among several agencies in a partnership focused on resiliency throughout October. (Jesse Major Photography)

October events focus on resiliency

Partnership helps children cope with trauma

Port Angeles Police Officer Swift Sanchez with a child during a holiday shopping event. The police department is among several agencies in a partnership focused on resiliency throughout October. (Jesse Major Photography)
A bicyclist makes his way across a bridge on the Olympic Discovery Trail at Sequim Bay State Park on Saturday. The 210-foot-long bridge, which spans a small stream that passes through the park, was constructed in 2017. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Over the river and through the woods

A bicyclist makes his way across a bridge on the Olympic Discovery Trail at Sequim Bay State Park on Saturday. The 210-foot-long bridge, which spans… Continue reading

A bicyclist makes his way across a bridge on the Olympic Discovery Trail at Sequim Bay State Park on Saturday. The 210-foot-long bridge, which spans a small stream that passes through the park, was constructed in 2017. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)