Intersection to close to prepare for roundabout

The intersection of state Highway 19 at state Highway 104 will close at 6 a.m. Wednesday until 6 a.m. June 26. This… Continue reading

Jefferson, Bayside to manage shelter

County would fund effort between organizations

Sequim to host series of planning workshops

The city of Sequim will conduct three workshops on its comprehensive plan June 11-13. The workshops, which will be at the Guy Cole… Continue reading

Clallam fire district eyeing two levies

Funds would support services, Carlsborg station

Artist Christopher Keywood of San Diego creates a mermaid mural on the north side of HarborTowne Mall in downtown Port Angeles on Thursday. Keywood, along with the mall's owner, decided that the blank wall deserved a decoration visible from The Gateway transit center and nearby North Lincoln Street. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A mermaid’s touch

Artist Christopher Keywood of San Diego creates a mermaid mural on the north side of HarborTowne Mall in downtown Port Angeles on Thursday. Keywood, along… Continue reading

Artist Christopher Keywood of San Diego creates a mermaid mural on the north side of HarborTowne Mall in downtown Port Angeles on Thursday. Keywood, along with the mall's owner, decided that the blank wall deserved a decoration visible from The Gateway transit center and nearby North Lincoln Street. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

High school, college graduation ceremonies set this month

High school and college graduation ceremonies will begin next weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula. They will include: • Clallam Bay K-12 School plans to… Continue reading

Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County Executive Director Jamie Maciejewski speaks to a crowd of more than 50 people at the future site of Habitat's affordable housing development in Port Hadlock on Thursday. Habitat hopes to build at least 150 permanently affordable homes at the site, known as the Mason Street project, and on Thursday community members were invited to Port Hadlock to celebrate the next phase of the development. (Peter Segall / Peninsula Daily News)

Mason Street project moves into next phase

Habitat for Humanity’s Port Hadlock neighborhood starts permitting process

Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County Executive Director Jamie Maciejewski speaks to a crowd of more than 50 people at the future site of Habitat's affordable housing development in Port Hadlock on Thursday. Habitat hopes to build at least 150 permanently affordable homes at the site, known as the Mason Street project, and on Thursday community members were invited to Port Hadlock to celebrate the next phase of the development. (Peter Segall / Peninsula Daily News)
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Memorial event for former publisher next week

Ask anyone who knew the late John Brewer, and you’ll hear tales of how he helped in some way. Some of those… Continue reading

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Peninsula College to celebrate Spring Arts Week

Peninsula College will celebrate Spring Arts Week. The free annual celebration will take place at various venues on the college’s Port Angeles… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles commissioners examine replacement of log loader

Officials approve engineering firm for project at Marine Terminals 1 and 3

Lt. Comm. (Ret.) Doug Adams of the U.S. Navy served as the keynote speaker on Monday during the annual Memorial Day service at Captain Joseph House in Port Angeles. Adams, who now lives in Seattle, was at the same base in Afghanistan on May 29, 2011, when Capt. Joseph Schultz and others were killed. About 75 people attended the ceremony, which included a ceremony for Logan Hall, who died on July 13, 2018. His sister, Savannah Giddings, laid a special wreath to honor him. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Remembering the fallen

Lt. Comm. (Ret.) Doug Adams of the U.S. Navy served as the keynote speaker on Monday during the annual Memorial Day service at Captain Joseph… Continue reading

Lt. Comm. (Ret.) Doug Adams of the U.S. Navy served as the keynote speaker on Monday during the annual Memorial Day service at Captain Joseph House in Port Angeles. Adams, who now lives in Seattle, was at the same base in Afghanistan on May 29, 2011, when Capt. Joseph Schultz and others were killed. About 75 people attended the ceremony, which included a ceremony for Logan Hall, who died on July 13, 2018. His sister, Savannah Giddings, laid a special wreath to honor him. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
A work crew from the Texas-based ForeverLawn rolls up a piece of cut playground surface in the parking lot of Erickson Playfield in preparation for installation at the nearby Dream Playground in Port Angeles. The crew was contracted to install the padded play area after a five-day community build last week to replace portions of the playground that were destroyed by arson in December. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

New play surface

A work crew from the Texas-based ForeverLawn rolls up a piece of cut playground surface in the parking lot of Erickson Playfield in preparation for… Continue reading

A work crew from the Texas-based ForeverLawn rolls up a piece of cut playground surface in the parking lot of Erickson Playfield in preparation for installation at the nearby Dream Playground in Port Angeles. The crew was contracted to install the padded play area after a five-day community build last week to replace portions of the playground that were destroyed by arson in December. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam to buy monitoring bracelets for inmates

One-year grant funding to purchase seven units for jail

PA fire department receives grant to treat opioid disorder

Community paramedics to administer medication in field

Jake Vanderwaal, a maintenance worker with the city of Sequim, places a flower basket on May 22 in downtown Sequim. Program organizers plan to have the baskets out until mid-October. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim hoists flower baskets in annual program

City maintenance crews install bins through mid-October

Jake Vanderwaal, a maintenance worker with the city of Sequim, places a flower basket on May 22 in downtown Sequim. Program organizers plan to have the baskets out until mid-October. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Stevens upgrade switches gears

Inflation, construction costs push different design

Scheduled bridge closures postponed

Overnight closures of the Hood Canal bridge on state Highway 104 previously scheduled for June 3-7 have been postponed until June 10-14. The… Continue reading

Customers at the Nordland General Store on Marrowstone Island look over cards and other items during a weekend of activities to celebrate the re-opening of the store after it had been closed for six years due to a fire. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Nordland General Store reopens with new model

Cooperative, board of directors leading operations of facility

Customers at the Nordland General Store on Marrowstone Island look over cards and other items during a weekend of activities to celebrate the re-opening of the store after it had been closed for six years due to a fire. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Centrum awarded $45K grant from national endowment

Centrum has been approved for a Grants for Arts Projects award of $45,000 by the National Endowment for the Arts. The grant… Continue reading