Clallam County

Christmas feasts scheduled on North Olympic Peninsula

Free public Christmas feasts are planned in Port Angeles and Chimacum. The Salvation Army in Port Angeles will serve a Christmas Eve meal at noon… Continue reading

Conservation program board accepting futures applications

The Clallam County Conservation Futures Program Advisory Board is accepting first call conservation futures applications. Under the program, Clallam County will fund… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge closed tonight

SHINE ­— The Hood Canal Bridge will be closed tonight, as it was on Tuesday night. The closure will be from 11 p.m. tonight until… Continue reading

Susan and Doug Fahlgren.

Lavender farm captures awards for essential oils

Fleurish Lavender of Lost Mountain announced that it has won several awards at the International Judging of 2021 Lavender Essential Oils. The farm… Continue reading

Susan and Doug Fahlgren.

PAT NEAL: A Christmas canoe cruise continued

LAST WEEK, WE were comparing our modern system of transportation with a Christmas canoe cruise from Neah Bay to Port Townsend in December 1859 by… Continue reading

Tribe: Court of appeals ruling won’t stop fish farm attempt

Processing plant to be sought out in harbor, also

Two more on Peninsula reported dead from COVID-19

Most recent deaths raise Clallam’s total from the virus to 80

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer stands with workers from the state Department of Transportation who assess the damage of a landslide at Highway 112 near milepost 32. (Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

Highway 112 needs months for repair

Kilmer asks about federal infrastructure bill

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer stands with workers from the state Department of Transportation who assess the damage of a landslide at Highway 112 near milepost 32. (Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)
Dennis Marvin Bauer, left, speaks with his attorney, Karen Unger, before testimony in his triple-murder trial Monday at the Clallam County Courthouse. (Rob Ollikainen/For Peninsula Daily News)

Witness IDs weapons found at Bauer’s ranch

Guns, knives belonging to deceased were not sold, he says

Dennis Marvin Bauer, left, speaks with his attorney, Karen Unger, before testimony in his triple-murder trial Monday at the Clallam County Courthouse. (Rob Ollikainen/For Peninsula Daily News)

Three involved in rollover on Highway 110

Child, 7, sent to Seattle hospital

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Boat builder locating in Port Angeles

Port lands tenant from New Zealand

Savannah Morrey of Bremerton gives a figure skating demonstration in 2018 at the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village.

Figure skaters to offer show Winter Ice Village

Bremerton club members to perform in Port Angeles

Savannah Morrey of Bremerton gives a figure skating demonstration in 2018 at the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village.
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Noah Smith, director of music ministry at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, with hat at left, directs a collection of carolers from the church during a performance of holiday songs at the Port Angeles Public Library on Saturday. The church plans to hold virtual and in-person candlelight services on Christmas Eve. For more information, visit www.go2trinity.org.

Going caroling

Noah Smith, director of music ministry at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, with hat at left, directs a collection of carolers from the church during a… Continue reading

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Noah Smith, director of music ministry at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, with hat at left, directs a collection of carolers from the church during a performance of holiday songs at the Port Angeles Public Library on Saturday. The church plans to hold virtual and in-person candlelight services on Christmas Eve. For more information, visit www.go2trinity.org.
Kitty Sokkappa leads a yoga class at the YMCA of Sequim. It’s one of the biggest at the facility, staff say. Starting Jan. 1, club members and participants ages 12 and older in all North Olympic Peninsula YMCAs must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccine or a negative test before participating in events. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

YMCAs to require full COVID-19 vaccines in 2022

Participants must show proof or a negative test result

Kitty Sokkappa leads a yoga class at the YMCA of Sequim. It’s one of the biggest at the facility, staff say. Starting Jan. 1, club members and participants ages 12 and older in all North Olympic Peninsula YMCAs must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccine or a negative test before participating in events. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Dustin Iverson's service dog, Mr. Ryker, waits on the witness stand while his owner, Dustin Iverson, identifies for the jury items on a projection screen during the murder trial of the man charged with killing his father, Darrell.
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Dustin Iverson's service dog, Mr. Ryker, waits on the witness stand while his owner, Dustin Iverson, identifies for the jury items on a projection screen during the murder trial of the man charged with killing his father, Darrell.
As Christmas draws near, the perfect gift for your gardening friends, and for the planet as a whole, is new battery-operated horticulture equipment. They are powerful, long lasting, mostly noise free and easy to work with! Be the perfect garden Santa. (Jackson Smart via Andrew May/For Peninsula Daily News)

A GROWING CONCERN: Finish off your Christmas shopping with eco-friendly tools

SO, CAN YOU believe it? Christmas is almost here! This Saturday Kris Kringle and his hard-working reindeer are set to land upon your roof, leaving… Continue reading

As Christmas draws near, the perfect gift for your gardening friends, and for the planet as a whole, is new battery-operated horticulture equipment. They are powerful, long lasting, mostly noise free and easy to work with! Be the perfect garden Santa. (Jackson Smart via Andrew May/For Peninsula Daily News)

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Coffee With Colleen, hosted by Colleen McAleer, on Wednesdays at 8 a.m. The Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89474510306?pwd=VlIr RHh5RG1nYVh3V3J… Continue reading