Organizers of the annual Orca Recovery Week are seeking volunteers for a number of projects in early October. (Photo by Brennen Bartlett)

Volunteers sought for river restoration during Orca Recovery Week

Clallam Conservation District and partners to restore salmon habitat

Organizers of the annual Orca Recovery Week are seeking volunteers for a number of projects in early October. (Photo by Brennen Bartlett)

Woman of Excellence Award seeking nominees

American Association of University Women to recognize individual

Boy, 4, in intensive care following rollover crash

A 4-year-old boy was airlifted to a Seattle hospital and three other people were transported to Forks Community Hospital following a rollover wreck on U.S.… Continue reading

Frank Bruni, a volunteer at the Point Wilson Light Station with the U.S. Lighthouse Society, helped conduct tours of the lantern room at the top of the lighthouse on Tuesday as part of an open house of the facilities. The organization is moving into the next stage of renovations, starting with the roof of the keepers’ dwelling. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Point Wilson Light Station under renovation

Society welcomes public, kicks off campaign for next phase of development

Frank Bruni, a volunteer at the Point Wilson Light Station with the U.S. Lighthouse Society, helped conduct tours of the lantern room at the top of the lighthouse on Tuesday as part of an open house of the facilities. The organization is moving into the next stage of renovations, starting with the roof of the keepers’ dwelling. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

State worker vaccination increases ahead of mandate deadline

As a crucial deadline for Gov. Jay Inslee’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate approaches, state data shows vaccination numbers for workers subject to the requirement… Continue reading

Coronavirus update

Long-term care facilities, contact tracing, non-compliance

Signs mark the closure of the Waterfront Trail portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail at the Morse Creek trailhead east of Port Angeles on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Trail repairs for Olympic Discovery Trail

Waterfront Trail portion

Signs mark the closure of the Waterfront Trail portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail at the Morse Creek trailhead east of Port Angeles on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam County plans active role in affordable housing

Commissioners respond to Charter Review Commission recommendations

In what he called a “good frisky breeze,” Josh Porter of Port Townsend kiteboards across the Salish Sea beside Fort Worden State Park. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Kiteboarding across the Salish Sea

In what he called a “good frisky breeze,” Josh Porter of Port Townsend kiteboarded across the Salish Sea beside Fort Worden State Park.… Continue reading

In what he called a “good frisky breeze,” Josh Porter of Port Townsend kiteboards across the Salish Sea beside Fort Worden State Park. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Olympic Medical Cancer Center breaks record with money raised

Awards were also announced at the 19th annual Harvest of Hope

Tucker Weatherly, 3, and Mary Wakefield, 2 1/2, collect leaves and berries from bushes and trees at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim. They were both on a nature outing last week from Carlsborg-based Bibity Bobity Child Care. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A berry fun nature walk

Tucker Weatherly, 3, and Mary Wakefield, 2 1/2, collect leaves and berries from bushes and trees at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim. They were both… Continue reading

Tucker Weatherly, 3, and Mary Wakefield, 2 1/2, collect leaves and berries from bushes and trees at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim. They were both on a nature outing last week from Carlsborg-based Bibity Bobity Child Care. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Ryan Malane

Motorcyclist, passenger in stable condition at Harborview

Drug or alchol involved, State Patrol said

The Sims Way entrance to Port Townsend is lined with scores of Lombardy poplars — alongside power lines and the Boat Haven. The city and port plan to remove the trees to make room for boatyard expansion. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Iconic trees to be replaced, but with what?

Future meetings to give public chance to comment

The Sims Way entrance to Port Townsend is lined with scores of Lombardy poplars — alongside power lines and the Boat Haven. The city and port plan to remove the trees to make room for boatyard expansion. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Normajane Goodfellow, 4, left, and Minue Garling, 5, both of Port Angeles, cavort in the waters of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park over the weekend. The youth were on a family outing to East Beach Road. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Last splash of summer

Normajane Goodfellow, 4, left, and Minue Garling, 5, both of Port Angeles, cavort in the waters of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park over the… Continue reading

Normajane Goodfellow, 4, left, and Minue Garling, 5, both of Port Angeles, cavort in the waters of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park over the weekend. The youth were on a family outing to East Beach Road. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
The U.S. Lighthouse Society is hosting a kickoff event at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Point Wilson Lighthouse to highlight the next phase of renovations for the lighthouse and its two dwellings. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Public tour at Point Wilson

Point Wilson Lighthouse still being renovated

The U.S. Lighthouse Society is hosting a kickoff event at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Point Wilson Lighthouse to highlight the next phase of renovations for the lighthouse and its two dwellings. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)