Two vehicles were destroyed in a collision on Oak Bay Road on Tuesday that sent two people to a hospital.(Photo courtesy of Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

Two hurt in Oak Bay Road crash

Road blocked for about 45 minutes

Two vehicles were destroyed in a collision on Oak Bay Road on Tuesday that sent two people to a hospital.(Photo courtesy of Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

Hikers rescued from a cliff

Coast Guard crew hoists pair from rising tide

Jefferson County appoints interim administrator

Central Services director takes over executive role

Jefferson County postpones animal control code hearing

Potential changes include requiring all dogs be on a leash

A pickup struck a house after hitting a tree off Woodcock Road in Sequim. Photo courtesy of Clallam County Sheriff’s Office

Truck strikes home on Woodcock Road

Only minor injuries were reported after a truck left the roadway and struck a Sequim residence. Deputies with the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office… Continue reading

A pickup struck a house after hitting a tree off Woodcock Road in Sequim. Photo courtesy of Clallam County Sheriff’s Office

Nearly 100 COVID cases tied to gatherings

All but five cases since April 16 linked to three parties, official says

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Vigor Industrial, pictured on Saturday, plans to close its Port Angeles topside-repair operations in July.

Topside repair company leaving

Vigor a longtime port tenant

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Vigor Industrial, pictured on Saturday, plans to close its Port Angeles topside-repair operations in July.

Sequim chooses city manager search firm

Agency helped bring former leader Bush to area

Yoga instructor Karyn Stillwell demonstrates a twisting pose at Port Townsend’s Chetzemoka Park on Wednesday. She leads an hour-long yoga practice, weather permitting, at noon Wednesdays and Fridays at the park at Jackson and Blaine streets. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Yoga in the park

Yoga instructor Karyn Stillwell demonstrates a twisting pose at Port Townsend’s Chetzemoka Park on Wednesday. She leads an hour-long yoga practice, weather permitting, at noon… Continue reading

Yoga instructor Karyn Stillwell demonstrates a twisting pose at Port Townsend’s Chetzemoka Park on Wednesday. She leads an hour-long yoga practice, weather permitting, at noon Wednesdays and Fridays at the park at Jackson and Blaine streets. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Jamestown Family Clinic workers and Community Emergency Response Team volunteers celebrate the final day of the mass vaccination drive-thru clinic Thursday at Carrie Blake Community Park in Sequim.
Jamestown Family Clinic workers and Community Emergency Response Team volunteers celebrate the final day of the mass vaccination drive-thru clinic Thursday at Carrie Blake Community Park in Sequim.
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Tribal peace maker honored

Hundreds mourn leader

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Bentinck range plans operations

The Royal Canadian Navy has announced that the land-based demolition range at Bentinck Island will be in use from Monday through Friday.… Continue reading

Amanda Beitzel, 2021 Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal. Photo by Keith Ross/Keith’s Frame of Mind

Dignitaries set to usher in Sequim’s 126th Irrigation Festival

At 126 years, Sequim’s annual Irrigation Festival is still going strong — even in mostly virtual mode. The community festival is now in… Continue reading

Amanda Beitzel, 2021 Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal. Photo by Keith Ross/Keith’s Frame of Mind
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Participants in Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up” pick up empty buckets for weeds and other organic waste before fanning out over downtown Port Angeles in an effort to clean up the city. A video is on the Peninsula Daily News website at www.peninsuladailynews.com.

Downtown cleanup in Port Angeles on Saturday

Participants in Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up” pick up empty buckets for weeds and other organic waste before fanning out over downtown Port Angeles in… Continue reading

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Participants in Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up” pick up empty buckets for weeds and other organic waste before fanning out over downtown Port Angeles in an effort to clean up the city. A video is on the Peninsula Daily News website at www.peninsuladailynews.com.
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David "Barney" Allen, a lifelong Forks resident, was sentenced last week for the repeated sexual abuse of his foster daughter.

Forks foster dad sentenced for rape after guilty plea

Wife awaits trial on charges of abusing the same child

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David "Barney" Allen, a lifelong Forks resident, was sentenced last week for the repeated sexual abuse of his foster daughter.
Diane and David Bommer are among the volunteers working on Bayside Housing's new transitional housing units. Their construction site is provided by Evangelical Methodist Church in Port Townsend. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

New community build in progress

Volunteers create wooden shelters, with some changes

Diane and David Bommer are among the volunteers working on Bayside Housing's new transitional housing units. Their construction site is provided by Evangelical Methodist Church in Port Townsend. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

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 are no… Continue reading

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COVID-19 cases increase among children in Clallam

School reports one case of either staff member or student