Budgets, tax levies before county boards

Government meetings across North Olympic Peninsula

The late Kimberly Bender and her son, Matthew, shown in a 2018 family photo.

Forks settles for $1 million in jail suicide case

Woman killed self after alleged torment

The late Kimberly Bender and her son, Matthew, shown in a 2018 family photo.
A detached shop burns near a house on Lillian Street in Port Hadlock.

Simultaneous calls strain resources of EJFR

Evening of 911 calls example of ‘status zero’

A detached shop burns near a house on Lillian Street in Port Hadlock.
Clallam Transit’s new on-demand van service Interlink will start operating in downtown Sequim and Forks on Dec. 12. Similar to Uber or Lyft, riders can use an app to schedule, monitor and pay for rides. Clallam Transit’s board approved the change in service at its Wednesday meeting. Interlink replaces the current shuttle service.

Transit board approves on-demand van service in Sequim and Forks

Riders able to schedule pickups through an app

Clallam Transit’s new on-demand van service Interlink will start operating in downtown Sequim and Forks on Dec. 12. Similar to Uber or Lyft, riders can use an app to schedule, monitor and pay for rides. Clallam Transit’s board approved the change in service at its Wednesday meeting. Interlink replaces the current shuttle service.

Clallam County sheriff staffing levels up

Bonuses aid in bringing in recruits

Community split in golf stakeholder meeting

Architecture firm leads group, discusses paths for public engagement

Carla Sue, left, and Fran Howell, both members of the Olympic Kiwanis Club, string holiday lights in a roadside tree along North Laurel Street in Port Angeles as part of an effort to decorate and illuminate the downtown area for the winter season. The service club was given the task of decorating trees and light poles with strings of lights supplied by the Port Angeles Downtown Association. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Holiday decorations

Carla Sue, left, and Fran Howell, both members of the Olympic Kiwanis Club, string holiday lights in a roadside tree along North Laurel Street in… Continue reading

Carla Sue, left, and Fran Howell, both members of the Olympic Kiwanis Club, string holiday lights in a roadside tree along North Laurel Street in Port Angeles as part of an effort to decorate and illuminate the downtown area for the winter season. The service club was given the task of decorating trees and light poles with strings of lights supplied by the Port Angeles Downtown Association. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles School Board settles with former special education teacher

Lawsuit claimed gender discrimination

Port Angeles School District shares progress of Native American students

Collaboration with Lower Elwha focus of board meeting

Port Townsend approves proposed budget

Balance sheet focuses on stability

Sequim to observe Arbor day

Sequim Public Works will observe Arbor Day at noon Friday. The city will plant a magnolia tree in Pioneer Park, 387 E. Washington… Continue reading

Miller Peninsula State Park study, decision has been paused

State funding awaits for development of site’s master plan

A cyclist enters the tunnel under Discovery Road at the 3-mile marker on the Larry Scott Memorial Trail south of Port Townsend. The now-cleared segment is part of the Olympic Discovery Trail across East Jefferson and Clallam counties, where a number of trees had blocked passage after the Nov. 4 storm. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Tunnel vision

A cyclist enters the tunnel under Discovery Road at the 3-mile marker on the Larry Scott Memorial Trail south of Port Townsend. The now-cleared segment… Continue reading

A cyclist enters the tunnel under Discovery Road at the 3-mile marker on the Larry Scott Memorial Trail south of Port Townsend. The now-cleared segment is part of the Olympic Discovery Trail across East Jefferson and Clallam counties, where a number of trees had blocked passage after the Nov. 4 storm. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)
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Two of three people accepted plea agreements in regard with a June burglary of Coastal Farm and Ranch in Sequim.

Two plead guilty in Coastal store burglary

Third person awaits hearing, resolution

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Two of three people accepted plea agreements in regard with a June burglary of Coastal Farm and Ranch in Sequim.
Former President Donald Trump announces a third run for president as he speaks at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., on Tuesday. (Rebecca Blackwell/The Associated Press)

Trump seeks White House again amid GOP losses, legal probes

Vows to make America ‘great and glorious again’

  • Nov 15, 2022
  • By Jill Colvin The Associated Press
Former President Donald Trump announces a third run for president as he speaks at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., on Tuesday. (Rebecca Blackwell/The Associated Press)
The 65-ton Gretchen H tugboat got a bath at the Boat Haven in Port Townsend on Monday. After the marine travel-lift brought her out of the water, maintenance workers including Chad Tichgelaar pressure washed the 81-foot vessel under a bright sun. “It was a heckuva haul-out,” Tichgelaar said. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

‘A heckuva haul-out’

The 65-ton Gretchen H tugboat got a bath at the Boat Haven in Port Townsend on Monday. After the marine travel-lift brought her out of… Continue reading

The 65-ton Gretchen H tugboat got a bath at the Boat Haven in Port Townsend on Monday. After the marine travel-lift brought her out of the water, maintenance workers including Chad Tichgelaar pressure washed the 81-foot vessel under a bright sun. “It was a heckuva haul-out,” Tichgelaar said. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)
Puzzle solvers, from left, Mary Latson, Kandi Latson and Laura Arndt, all of Port Angeles, attempt to assemble a picture puzzle during a competition on Saturday at the Port Angeles Public Library. The competition pitted about a dozen teams in a timed event to see who could assemble a 500-piece puzzle the quickest, or if the clock expired, which team had the fewest pieces left to place. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Puzzle competition

Puzzle solvers, from left, Mary Latson, Kandi Latson and Laura Arndt, all of Port Angeles, attempt to assemble a picture puzzle during a competition on… Continue reading

Puzzle solvers, from left, Mary Latson, Kandi Latson and Laura Arndt, all of Port Angeles, attempt to assemble a picture puzzle during a competition on Saturday at the Port Angeles Public Library. The competition pitted about a dozen teams in a timed event to see who could assemble a 500-piece puzzle the quickest, or if the clock expired, which team had the fewest pieces left to place. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Raccoon Lodge must come into compliance, officials say

There are options, but art piece must be up to Port Townsend code