Former Sequim City Council member dies

Former Sequim City Council member Mike Pence has died. Sequim Mayor Tom Ferrell announced the death at the council’s Monday meeting, saying that… Continue reading

Improved reporting sees rise in COVID

Jefferson County now in high-risk category

No weekly flight operations scheduled

There will be no field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex this week. There are… Continue reading

President Joe Biden to visit Pacific Northwest next week

The White House said Friday that President Joe Biden will travel to the Pacific Northwest next week, visiting both Portland… Continue reading

  • Apr 16, 2022

Agency defines consent

Dove House offers tea and information

Ukrainian-American Mariia Bush holds the Ukranian flag up at the John Wayne Marina in Sequim as she discusses the upcoming “Ukraine at the Table” benefit to be held at Bella Italia on Tuesday. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Dinner at Bella Italia to benefit Ukraine charities

Event to provide a connection with people in need

Ukrainian-American Mariia Bush holds the Ukranian flag up at the John Wayne Marina in Sequim as she discusses the upcoming “Ukraine at the Table” benefit to be held at Bella Italia on Tuesday. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Firm to pay $22.5 million to settle vaping suit

E-cigarette giant Juul Labs will pay Washington state $22.5 million and has agreed to a variety… Continue reading

A parcel of land where the former Peninsula Plywood mill once stood, shown on Thursday, is slated for development into a Marine Trades Center on the Port Angeles waterfront. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Grant sparks Port of Port Angeles site design

Marine Trades Center to be developed

A parcel of land where the former Peninsula Plywood mill once stood, shown on Thursday, is slated for development into a Marine Trades Center on the Port Angeles waterfront. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port of Port Townsend gets federal pumpout funds

Grants aim to help boaters keep waterways clean

State Board of Health won’t require COVID vaccine for students

Provision only in two states in nation

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Steam rises from the roof and front driveway of the Olympic National Park Visitor Center on Thursday in Port Angeles after direct sunlight reached its rain-drenched shingles. Unsettled weather and below-normal temperatures are expected into next week in most areas of the North Olympic Peninsula.

Steamy afternoon at visitor center

Steam rises from the roof and front driveway of the Olympic National Park Visitor Center on Thursday in Port Angeles after direct sunlight reached its… Continue reading

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Steam rises from the roof and front driveway of the Olympic National Park Visitor Center on Thursday in Port Angeles after direct sunlight reached its rain-drenched shingles. Unsettled weather and below-normal temperatures are expected into next week in most areas of the North Olympic Peninsula.

Port Angeles High School teen accused of sexual assault

Pleads not guilty to charges in juvenile court

The Lombardy poplars bordering the Port Townsend Boat Haven on Sims Way — along with the utility lines — continue to be the subject of debate. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Stakeholders, skeptics to talk poplars

Trees focus in project discussion

The Lombardy poplars bordering the Port Townsend Boat Haven on Sims Way — along with the utility lines — continue to be the subject of debate. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles City Manager Nathan West gives his State of the City address at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Red Lion Hotel. (Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

State of the City urges Port Angeles action

Manager says it’s time to pick up progress from 2020

Port Angeles City Manager Nathan West gives his State of the City address at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Red Lion Hotel. (Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

Ferry system suffers staff shortage

Officials with Washington State Ferries acknowledge the system is short on staff and in need of dozens of new recruits.… Continue reading

  • Apr 13, 2022

Kilmer asymptomatic with COVID-19

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer tested positive for COVID-19. Kilmer, a Democrat who lives in Gig Harbor, represents the 6th Congressional District, which… Continue reading

Clockwise from left are Eve, Tigerlily, Lea and Naiome Krienke, whose image is part of “Still Here: Portraits of the Chemakum,” a large-scale exhibit at Chimacum School. The public opening will be held Thursday afternoon. (Photo copyright Brian Goodman)
Clockwise from left are Eve, Tigerlily, Lea and Naiome Krienke, whose image is part of “Still Here: Portraits of the Chemakum,” a large-scale exhibit at Chimacum School. The public opening will be held Thursday afternoon. (Photo copyright Brian Goodman)
Jay Antle

Sustainability topic of Studium Generale

PORT ANGELES —“Sustainability Still Matters” is the topic of Peninsula College’s free Studium Generale at 12:30 p.m. Thursday. It will be presented by Jay Antle,… Continue reading

Jay Antle
Ben Casserd keeps his terrier Half Pint close by as he manages downtown Port Townsend’s Winter Welcoming Center. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Winter Welcoming Center continues into spring

Morning refuge offered through April 25

Ben Casserd keeps his terrier Half Pint close by as he manages downtown Port Townsend’s Winter Welcoming Center. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)