PDN's front page for today's Jefferson County readers.

PDN's front page for today's Jefferson County readers.

What’s new? Check out today’s PDN Page 1. (And activate your ‘all access’ digital pass)

  • Monday, June 9, 2014 12:01am
  • News

WHEN YOU GET home delivery of the Peninsula Daily News, the digital comes free.

Subscribers to the print PDN (Sunday through Friday or Friday/Sunday only) enjoy free “all-digital access” (an $8.95-per-month value) including:

■ eEdition — our electronic page-by-page replica of the print edition. Now you can read the PDN anywhere — on the deck of a boat in Port Townsend, or in Rome.

■ Unlimited access to www.peninsuladalynews.com, the dominant news, information and advertising website on the North Olympic Peninsula.

Track breaking news via the website through the day — and use our electronic archives for stories you might have missed or want to read again.

■ Smartphone/iPad and tablet access.

Instead of paying a separate fee of $8.95 a month, it’s all free . . . included with your daily or weekend-only print subscription.

Already a home-delivery subscriber? To get full, unlimited electronic access, visit www.peninsuladailynews.com and click on the link that says “Already a print subscriber? Activate your digital account.”

Don’t have home delivery? To sign up, phone our circulation department at 360-452-4507 or 800-826-7714. Or click on http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/section/pdnsubscribe

■ The print edition has up to 40 percent more stories and photos than our website.

■ And there are two editions (print AND eEdition) — one tailored to Jefferson County readers, the other for Clallam County readers.

■ ALSO — read faster, absorb more — studies also show you read up to 30 percent faster on paper . . . while retaining more information.

Questions? Please phone publisher John Brewer — his direct number (with voice mail 24/7) is 360-417-3500.

Or email him at [email protected]

Many thanks.

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