Hiring is a challenge now for many businesses.
The Peninsula Daily News is no exception.
Many newspaper carriers have retired, moved or become too ill to continue delivering newspapers in the wee hours of the morning and we find ourselves stymied at times in providing the service we want to give our readers.
We’re working on it.
We ask for readers’ forbearance as we rebuild our carrier staff in Clallam and Jefferson counties.
If your paper is late, rest assured it will be delivered, just perhaps not at the early-morning time you are accustomed to getting it Sunday through Friday.
But, if your newspaper is late, you don’t need to go without news.
While you are awaiting your paper edition, take a look at our daily report on our mobile app, our website at www.peninsuladaily news.com, or the print edition on the website, available through the drop-down menu. All are included in your subscription if you ‘re a print subscriber. If you need help accessing your user name and password, call 360-452-4507 or 800-826-7714.
And if you or someone you know wants to make some extra cash delivering the most widely-read community newspaper on the North Olympic Peninsula, then contact 360-452-4507 or 800-826-7714.
However you read the PDN — in print, online or through the mobile app — know that we wouldn’t exist without your constant interest in your community and in news about your home.
We appreciate your patience.