Forks Fire Department
A mobile home off Calawah Way in Forks was destroyed in a fire that started behind a refrigerator.

Dog dies in Forks mobile home fire

Couple and another pet safe

Forks Fire Department
A mobile home off Calawah Way in Forks was destroyed in a fire that started behind a refrigerator.

Fairview boil-water advisory lifted

Clallam County Public Utility District repaired a water main break that had prompted a boil-water advisory for the Fairview water system near… Continue reading

Health order lawsuit hearing postponed

Clallam County answers injunction request, saying more deaths likely if mandate lifted

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How to donate, apply

Donations to the Peninsula Home Fund can be made at any time during the year. Every gift to the Peninsula Home Fund makes a difference… Continue reading

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In-person access limited to legislative session

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to restrictions on the legislative session that begins Monday. A limited number of lawmakers will be on… Continue reading

No weekly flight operations scheduled

There will be no field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex this week. There are… Continue reading

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Icy roads continue to delay school

Sequim School District will have a two hour late start without an early release today. Greywolf Elementary will release at 3:00 p.m. All other schools… Continue reading

  • Jan 8, 2022
Here are some new photos of crews final clearing efforts to reopen US 101 to all traffic today. 

ALSO MASON COUNTY

Highway 101 reopened between 104 intersection and Hoodsport

Nearly 50-mile stretch had been closed since Sunday night

Here are some new photos of crews final clearing efforts to reopen US 101 to all traffic today. 

ALSO MASON COUNTY

Appeals court upholds $23.9 million verdict

Jefferson Healthcare was negligent, court ruled

FILE - A sign on the street reads "Welcome to the CHOP" as protesters stand near barricades at the CHOP (Capitol Hill Occupied Protest) zone in Seattle on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. An investigation by the city's police watchdog shows Seattle Police exchanged detailed fake radio transmissions about a nonexistent group of menacing right-wing extremists at a crucial moment during 2020 racial justice protests. Officials said fabricating the group of Proud Boys violated department policies. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

Probe: Seattle cops improperly faked right-wing radio talk

Seattle police exchanged detailed fake radio transmissions about a nonexistent group of menacing right-wing extremists at a crucial moment during… Continue reading

  • Jan 7, 2022
FILE - A sign on the street reads "Welcome to the CHOP" as protesters stand near barricades at the CHOP (Capitol Hill Occupied Protest) zone in Seattle on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. An investigation by the city's police watchdog shows Seattle Police exchanged detailed fake radio transmissions about a nonexistent group of menacing right-wing extremists at a crucial moment during 2020 racial justice protests. Officials said fabricating the group of Proud Boys violated department policies. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
At least 125 people stand on the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Thursday morning for a vigil on the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The vigil was hosted by Indivisible Sequim. Later in the day, the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County hosted in Port Townsend a candlelight vigil to remember the law enforcement officers killed or wounded on duty at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and to show support for voting rights. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Vigil for Jan. 6

At least 125 people stand on the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Thursday morning for a vigil on the one-year anniversary of… Continue reading

At least 125 people stand on the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Thursday morning for a vigil on the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The vigil was hosted by Indivisible Sequim. Later in the day, the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County hosted in Port Townsend a candlelight vigil to remember the law enforcement officers killed or wounded on duty at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and to show support for voting rights. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Debbi Steele of Port Townsend shows her sign to Mado Most, far left, and Annalee McConnell just before the candlelight vigil at Pope Marine Park in downtown Port Townsend on Thursday afternoon. About 100 people joined the League of Women Voters-Jefferson County vigil, marking the first anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Earlier in the day, a vigil in Sequim drew at least 125 people. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Vigil to remember Jan. 6

Debbi Steele of Port Townsend shows her sign to Mado Most, far left, and Annalee McConnell just before the candlelight vigil at Pope Marine Park… Continue reading

Debbi Steele of Port Townsend shows her sign to Mado Most, far left, and Annalee McConnell just before the candlelight vigil at Pope Marine Park in downtown Port Townsend on Thursday afternoon. About 100 people joined the League of Women Voters-Jefferson County vigil, marking the first anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Earlier in the day, a vigil in Sequim drew at least 125 people. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

School delays due to inclement weather

There will be a two hour late start today for Sequim High School, Sequim Middle School, Helen Haller Elementary, Olympic Peninsula Academy and Dungeness Virtual… Continue reading

Visitors at Fairchild International Airport have something new to buzz about. Located inside at the entrance of the Airport Terminal Building, “Flight of Fancy,” created by Gene Unger and his partner Don Corson of Camaraderie Cellars Winery, features a handmade aircraft constructed out of parts of wine barrels. The tail number N92CC represents the first vintage year of the winery, 1992. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

‘Flight of Fancy’

Visitors at Fairchild International Airport have something new to buzz about. Located inside at the entrance of the Airport Terminal Building, “Flight of Fancy,” created… Continue reading

Visitors at Fairchild International Airport have something new to buzz about. Located inside at the entrance of the Airport Terminal Building, “Flight of Fancy,” created by Gene Unger and his partner Don Corson of Camaraderie Cellars Winery, features a handmade aircraft constructed out of parts of wine barrels. The tail number N92CC represents the first vintage year of the winery, 1992. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

COVID death reported in Clallam County

Another death from COVID-19 confirmed on Wednesday brings Clallam County’s total deaths since the pandemic began to 81. Dr. Allison Berry, health… Continue reading