'Peninsula Pets' — another bonus publication in today's print PDN

‘Peninsula Pets’ — another bonus publication in today’s print PDN

A BONUS PUBLICATION in today’s weekend Peninsula Daily News print edition — “Peninsula Pets.”

This 12-page publication has stories and advertising for pet lovers across Jefferson and Clallam counties.

Today’s weekend print PDN also includes our “North Olympic Peninsula Voter Guide” examining issues and candidates in the all-mail primary election . . . the election began this week with ballots being mailed to registered voters. Balloting ends at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4.

PLUS . . . in addition to bonus publications . . . the PDN’s print edition is easier to navigate and includes more stories that what’s posted at our website. (Print may not be as hip as an iPhone 6, perhaps, but it’s always faster to read in print, and studies show you absorb more).

AND . . . you don’t run into our website paywall with your smartphone, iPad or desktop computer.

Subscribers to the print PDN (Sunday through Friday OR Friday/Sunday only) enjoy FREE “all-digital access” (an $8.95-per-month value).

You can track breaking news via the website through the day, use our electronic archives for stories you might have missed or want to read again — and, when you’re out of town, read the eEdition, our electronic page-by-page replica of the print edition.

Today’s PDN sells for 75 cents. But why hunt for a copy? Get it delivered to your home or office — and enjoy all the added benefits.

Take advantage of our lowest subscription price — phone our circulation department Monday through Friday at 360-452-4507 or 800-826-7714. Ask for our INTERNET SPECIAL.

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