DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Safe passage for wildlife and humans

INSTEAD OF DREADING the soggy Sunday, I went diving into the rain. Yes, I made a plan to explore Port Townsend’s Quimper Wildlife Corridor at… Continue reading

 

PAT NEAL: October fishing madness

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news. An invasion of desperate anglers spread quickly across the Olympic Peninsula from the Dungeness River, west to… Continue reading

 

PAT NEAL: A star is born

Embarking on a new reality television career

 

POINT OF VIEW: For fair debate, hopefuls must show up

THE LEAGUE OF Women Voters is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit organization. Our vision statement is: “We envision a democracy where every person has the desire,… Continue reading

Contributors to "Take a Stand: Art Against Hate" will give a free online reading Thursday.
Contributors to "Take a Stand: Art Against Hate" will give a free online reading Thursday.

PAT NEAL: A modest fish proposal

What can be done to restore our legendary salmon runs?

PAT NEAL: An old fish story

A look at how things changed

PAT NEAL: Living in a smokehouse

Things have been this bad and a lot worse

PAT NEAL: All aboard the love boat

It’s tourist season on the Peninsula

PAT NEAL: The Bucket List

Don’t wait until the end

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Letting the music move you

TODAY BRINGS THE 230th live-streamed dance-fitness class put out there by courageous women in our community. It all began in late March: hip-shaking, heart-pumping frolic… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Can you eat a fish?

A TOURIST RECENTLY asked me how and where they could catch and eat a fish. This is a common question that can lead us down… Continue reading

OUR VIEW: Tax credit proposal would aid local journalism

NEW BIPARTISAN LEGISLATION in the U.S. House would aid local journalism by offering tax credits to advertisers and subscribers. The measure is supported by Congressman… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Be prepared in the wilderness

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news. A woman fell off the Hurricane Ridge Road and had to be pulled 100 feet up a… Continue reading

OUR VIEW: A little more about that editorial cartoon

THE EDITORIAL CARTOON published on the Commentary page in the Peninsula Daily News on Tuesday was a nationally syndicated cartoon descriptive of a national conversation.… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: The end of the last frontier

IN LAST WEEK’S episode of heroes and villains of the North Olympic Peninsula, Victor Smith, a city father of Port Angeles, hanged in effigy in… Continue reading