Peninsula Daily News takes down paywall as snow continues to impact print delivery

The PDN will not be delivered today to most Forks subscribers

The Peninsula Daily News will not be delivered Monday to most subscribers in the Forks area.

Elsewhere in Clallam County, papers are expected to be delivered except for one Sequim delivery route that is unable to be completed.

Most Jefferson County carriers will try to deliver their papers.

After massive amounts of snowfall on the North Olympic Peninsula over the weekend, concern for the safety of our carriers prompted the extreme measure Sunday of papers not being delivered to most subscribers.

Today’s delivery limitations reflect improving road conditions, but dangers still exist for some routes.

The Sunday newspaper was printed and held to be delivered to subscribers today, along with today’s paper, where possible.

The same procedure will be followed Tuesday for those readers not receiving their Monday paper, as weather permits.

In the meantime, we don’t want you to miss the local news, so the paywall has been taken down from the PDN website until further notice.

We will update as often as possible at

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