Ryan Malane.

MV Coho likely to sail this year

Crab Fest wants visitors from BC

Ryan Malane.
City staff plan to pave a portion of Washington Street from the Ninth Avenue roundabout to the River Round roundabout this September using a federal grant. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim plans to pave portion of main thoroughfare

West Washington Street scheduled for September overlay

City staff plan to pave a portion of Washington Street from the Ninth Avenue roundabout to the River Round roundabout this September using a federal grant. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Christine Edwards, her Border collie Zoe by her side, and Mari Friend lead the charge Wednesday morning up the Taylor Street stairs, a de facto exercise facility connecting downtown and Uptown Port Townsend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Stair climbing

Christine Edwards, her Border collie Zoe by her side, and Mari Friend lead the charge Wednesday morning up the Taylor Street stairs, a de facto… Continue reading

Christine Edwards, her Border collie Zoe by her side, and Mari Friend lead the charge Wednesday morning up the Taylor Street stairs, a de facto exercise facility connecting downtown and Uptown Port Townsend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Clallam County District 2 firefighters work at the scene of a blaze that damaged a travel trailer at 2442 E. Highway 101, Space 25, of the Monroe Estates RV park in Port Angeles on Wednesday. District 2 Fire Chief Jake Patterson said his department was summoned after a passerby knocked on the door of a nearby trailer and informed that resident that the trailer was on fire, then left the scene. No one was at home when firefighters arrived, and no one was injured. Patterson said the cause of the blaze was unknown. Law enforcement authorities are investigating the blaze as possible arson. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Travel trailer fire in Port Angeles

Clallam County District 2 firefighters work at the scene of a blaze that damaged a travel trailer at 2442 E. Highway 101, Space 25, of… Continue reading

Clallam County District 2 firefighters work at the scene of a blaze that damaged a travel trailer at 2442 E. Highway 101, Space 25, of the Monroe Estates RV park in Port Angeles on Wednesday. District 2 Fire Chief Jake Patterson said his department was summoned after a passerby knocked on the door of a nearby trailer and informed that resident that the trailer was on fire, then left the scene. No one was at home when firefighters arrived, and no one was injured. Patterson said the cause of the blaze was unknown. Law enforcement authorities are investigating the blaze as possible arson. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
A variety of inspirational messages — the “Signs of Hope” — dot the Port Townsend High School campus, where, from left, Sage Wyatte, Jasmine Hansen and Gabby Newton head for class. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
A variety of inspirational messages — the “Signs of Hope” — dot the Port Townsend High School campus, where, from left, Sage Wyatte, Jasmine Hansen and Gabby Newton head for class. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Cameron Colfax, 10, a member of the Jamestown S’Klallam tribal youth program, plants pinwheels along the driveway of the tribal Justice Center in Blyn on Tuesday. The pinwheels are part of 3,600 that Dru Froggett, child advocate for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, has ensured were placed around the Jamestown campus, at the Jamestown Medical Clinic in Sequim and at Lower Elwha Klallam facilities in Port Angeles as part of a national effort to raise awareness of child abuse prevention. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Raising awareness

Cameron Colfax, 10, a member of the Jamestown S’Klallam tribal youth program, plants pinwheels along the driveway of the tribal Justice Center in Blyn on… Continue reading

Cameron Colfax, 10, a member of the Jamestown S’Klallam tribal youth program, plants pinwheels along the driveway of the tribal Justice Center in Blyn on Tuesday. The pinwheels are part of 3,600 that Dru Froggett, child advocate for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, has ensured were placed around the Jamestown campus, at the Jamestown Medical Clinic in Sequim and at Lower Elwha Klallam facilities in Port Angeles as part of a national effort to raise awareness of child abuse prevention. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Terry Ward.
Terry Ward.
State Rep. Steve Tharinger, D-Port Townsend.

State allocation fuels Port Hadlock Sewer Project

Dean: No public vote planned since Local Improvement District not needed

State Rep. Steve Tharinger, D-Port Townsend.

Commercial passenger air service coming back

Port Angeles flights to start this summer

Port Angeles commercial passenger air service possible soon, officials say

Port action could end nearly seven years without flights

Port Angeles police and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigators search the wheelhouse of the Karen L on Sunday. A man was found dead inside the fishing vessel after a fire early Sunday, police said. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Probe in fatal fire still active

Autopsy set for later this week

Port Angeles police and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigators search the wheelhouse of the Karen L on Sunday. A man was found dead inside the fishing vessel after a fire early Sunday, police said. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Three-car wreck blocks highways 101, 112 for an hour

State Highway 112 was blocked for more than an hour Sunday after a three-car, non-injury wreck at the intersection of U.S. Highway… Continue reading

Woman injured in single-vehicle crash

An Oregon woman is in stable condition after she drove into a ditch and hit an embankment and some trees south of Brinnon,… Continue reading

Health officials note increase in skipped second-dose appointments

North Olympic Peninsula public health officials have noticed an increase in people not returning for their second COVID-19 vaccination dose and are urging residents to… Continue reading

Rachel Anderson

Sequim city council member recognized

The Association of Washington Cities has awarded a Certificate of Municipal Leadership to Sequim City Council member Rachel Anderson. The certificate program recognizes… Continue reading

Rachel Anderson