Woman sustains minor injuries in collision on Hood Canal Bridge

A Port Hadlock woman sustained minor injuries in a two-car, head-on collision on the Hood Canal Bridge, according to the State Patrol. A… Continue reading

Medical personnel wait for a driver to pull up at a drive-through COVID-19 testing station for University of Washington Medicine patients Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Seattle. The appointment-only drive-through clinic began a day earlier. Health authorities in Washington reported more COVID-19 deaths in the state that has been hardest hit by the outbreak. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)
Medical personnel wait for a driver to pull up at a drive-through COVID-19 testing station for University of Washington Medicine patients Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Seattle. The appointment-only drive-through clinic began a day earlier. Health authorities in Washington reported more COVID-19 deaths in the state that has been hardest hit by the outbreak. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)

Black Ball ferry service to continue

President announced border closure to Canada this morning

Clallam County issues emergency declaration

Commissioners cite critical shortage of protective gear

OlyCAP offices closed to public

Work completed through phone, email; food services offered to-go

Death total from coronavirus in Washington state hits 54

Clark County health officials announced first fatal cases

How social distancing works and what it means for you

Can my kids go on a play date? Is it OK if I visit the… Continue reading

Sequim Civic Center solar panel installation planned

Traffic may be limited to one lane on West Cedar Street for delivery

State mandates close schools, businesses on Peninsula

No new COVID-19 cases in Clallam, Jefferson counties

Former Sequim assistant city manager takes South Lake Tahoe job

Joe Irvin, former assistant city manager for the city of Sequim is the new city manager for South Lake Tahoe in California. The… Continue reading

No injuries in early morning Port Angeles fire

Blaze suspected to come from homeless camp

Peninsula adjusting to a new normal

The North Olympic Peninsula is adjusting to a new COVID-19 normal in the wake of Gov. Jay Inslee’s statewide closure of private… Continue reading

Makah Tribe closes Neah Bay to non-residents

The Makah Tribe is shutting down to outsiders. As of Monday and until further notice, businesses and properties owned by the Makah… Continue reading

Public libraries across Olympic Peninsula limit services

Public libraries across the North Olympic Peninsula are closing to the public because of concern about COVID-19 and the governor’s order closing all schools. Libraries… Continue reading