Clallam County

State Patrol Detective Michael Grall, left, is questioned by Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)

Testimony focuses on weapons and drugs

Bauer attorney objects to relevance

State Patrol Detective Michael Grall, left, is questioned by Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)

Wreaths across America ceremonies scheduled

Daughters of the American Revolution to host

County OKs new video conferencing equipment

Purchase aimed at improving quality for virtual meetings

The exterior of the newly re-opened Pacific Mist reveals some of the contents of the book, gift and card store. Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim’s local bookstore reopens

Former Pacific Mist owner sets up shop again

The exterior of the newly re-opened Pacific Mist reveals some of the contents of the book, gift and card store. Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Witness says she was told that Bauer killed Iverson

Alleged accomplice’s girlfriend testifies at trial

Madison Estus, 10, of Lacey takes a break from ice skating among a collection of skating aids at the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village over the weekend. The village offers daily ice skating from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. through Jan. 3. (Keith Thorpe / Peninsula Daily News)

Quick skating break

Madison Estus, 10, of Lacey takes a break from ice skating among a collection of skating aids at the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village over… Continue reading

Madison Estus, 10, of Lacey takes a break from ice skating among a collection of skating aids at the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village over the weekend. The village offers daily ice skating from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. through Jan. 3. (Keith Thorpe / Peninsula Daily News)

Authorities warn of omicron surge

Peninsula health officer urges vaccinations

Bag of Books sale slated at Port Angeles Library

The Port Angeles Friends of the Library will host a Bag of Books sale during library hours Thursday through Saturday. The monthly… Continue reading

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PAT NEAL: A Christmas canoe cruise

As the holiday season progresses, we ask ourselves the question, “will we be at home or on the road?” This year, staying home for the… Continue reading

Virtual town hall to be hosted by youth organizations

Jason Kilmer will present “An Ounce of Prevention Has Never Weighed More: The Value of Addressing Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Use”… Continue reading

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Val Brooks, Clallam County Child Advocates program coordinator, makes an announcement at the start of the third annual Shop With a Roughneck/Cop event at Walmart in Port Angeles. Law enforcement personnel from local, state and federal agencies, as well as members of The Roughnecks, a local motorcycle club of active and retired law enforcement, military and public safety personnel, took about 90 Clallam County children involved in state or tribal dependency cases on a $100 shopping spree ahead of Christmas last Saturday. Walmart donated $3,500 for the event.

Holiday shopping spree

By Jesse Major For Peninsula Daily News Val Brooks, Clallam County Child Advocates Program Coordinator, makes an announcement at the start of the third annual… Continue reading

Jesse Major / for Peninsula Daily News
Val Brooks, Clallam County Child Advocates program coordinator, makes an announcement at the start of the third annual Shop With a Roughneck/Cop event at Walmart in Port Angeles. Law enforcement personnel from local, state and federal agencies, as well as members of The Roughnecks, a local motorcycle club of active and retired law enforcement, military and public safety personnel, took about 90 Clallam County children involved in state or tribal dependency cases on a $100 shopping spree ahead of Christmas last Saturday. Walmart donated $3,500 for the event.
Rob Ollikainen / for Peninsula Daily News
Port Townsend Police Detective Jon Stuart holds a rifle that he found at Dennis Marvin Bauer’s residence in January 2019. Stuart was one of four witnesses to testify in Bauer’s triple-murder trial Monday morning in Clallam County Superior Court.

Neighbor questions accused about whereabouts, recalls burn barrel in triple-murder trial

Detectives testify about evidence recovered from Bauer’s home

Rob Ollikainen / for Peninsula Daily News
Port Townsend Police Detective Jon Stuart holds a rifle that he found at Dennis Marvin Bauer’s residence in January 2019. Stuart was one of four witnesses to testify in Bauer’s triple-murder trial Monday morning in Clallam County Superior Court.

Three die from COVID-19 in Clallam County

Health officer: Misinformation still being circulated

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Peninsula Home Fund going strong

The annual campaign for Peninsula Home Fund donations continues through the holiday season. For 32 years, the Peninsula Daily News has collected donations to create… Continue reading

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Yvette Two Rabbits of Port Angeles, a volunteer with The Answer for Youth (TAFY), creates a holiday wreath in the organization’s Port Angeles greenhouse. TAFY is selling wreaths with proceeds going to support its homeless youth programs. In addition, the group is conducting a silent auction of Christmas trees and other gift items through Dec. 17 as a fundraiser in the Sprouting Hope Greenhouse, 826 E. First St. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Wreath fundraiser

Yvette Two Rabbits of Port Angeles, a volunteer with The Answer for Youth (TAFY), creates a holiday wreath in the organization’s Port Angeles greenhouse. TAFY… Continue reading

Yvette Two Rabbits of Port Angeles, a volunteer with The Answer for Youth (TAFY), creates a holiday wreath in the organization’s Port Angeles greenhouse. TAFY is selling wreaths with proceeds going to support its homeless youth programs. In addition, the group is conducting a silent auction of Christmas trees and other gift items through Dec. 17 as a fundraiser in the Sprouting Hope Greenhouse, 826 E. First St. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A GROWING CONCERN: Get ready to break into snow business

I RETURNED HOME this last week after visiting my son, an Air Force staff sergeant and his wife in balmy South Carolina where temperatures were… Continue reading