Clallam County

Mary Kniskern, Sonny’s Spaw and Self Wash owner, shares a moment with Casey, a Great Dane who was rescued after suffering a gunshot wound and the effects of severe hunger in February. (Welfare for Animals Guild)
Mary Kniskern, Sonny’s Spaw and Self Wash owner, shares a moment with Casey, a Great Dane who was rescued after suffering a gunshot wound and the effects of severe hunger in February. (Welfare for Animals Guild)
Verna and Bob Allen have opened All About Here Souvenirs and Gifts selling handmade souvenirs and gifts that capture the essence of the North Olympic Peninsula.

All About Here opens in Port Angeles

Verna and Bob Allen have opened All About Here Souvenirs and Gifts selling handmade souvenirs and gifts that capture the essence of… Continue reading

Verna and Bob Allen have opened All About Here Souvenirs and Gifts selling handmade souvenirs and gifts that capture the essence of the North Olympic Peninsula.

Clallam County to set up a revenue committee

County officials want input from junior districts

ISSUES OF FAITH: A difference between knowing of and knowing

EASTER IS AROUND the corner, which means you can find those delicious Cadbury chocolate eggs at the store, and trees and flowers starting to bloom.… Continue reading

Jefferson County turnout tops in state

More than half registered voters handed in ballots

Job fair Wednesday in Port Angeles

The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce will host its Spring Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m, Wednesday, March 20. The… Continue reading

Leah Leach, left, and Brian McLean.

New leadership takes over Peninsula Daily News newsroom

Executive editor retires, worked 18 years in posts at newspaper

Leah Leach, left, and Brian McLean.

Special events showcased this weekend on Peninsula

A scholarship auction and Forever Twilight festival in Forks, a Soroptimist garden gala in Sequim, a gem and mineral show in Port Angeles and community… Continue reading

Zachary Bibb

Two dentists added at North Olympic Healthcare Network

The North Olympic Healthcare Network has added two dentists to its staff. Zachary Bibb and Jon Eyre have joined the network’s family… Continue reading

Zachary Bibb

Unemployment rises in state, Peninsula

January percentages 7.1 in Clallam, 6.8 in Jefferson

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “The Pearl of Great Price” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink is the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics, 2917 E. Myrtle Ave.

Weekend program scheduled for Unity in the Olympics

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “The Pearl of Great Price” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink is the guest speaker at Unity… Continue reading

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “The Pearl of Great Price” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink is the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics, 2917 E. Myrtle Ave.
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Marine Drive in Port Angeles, shown Tuesday, is slated for repaving this summer to replace the aging and frequently-patched road surface.

Bumpy section of Port Angeles’ Marine Drive to be repaved

Bids for repaving and improving Marine Drive between the Tumwater Truck Route and Hill Street will be opened March 21 with construction… Continue reading

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Marine Drive in Port Angeles, shown Tuesday, is slated for repaving this summer to replace the aging and frequently-patched road surface.

25th Soroptimist Gala Garden Show set for this weekend

A celebration of 2½ decades of assisting local gardeners along with a bevy of community groups is set for this weekend. The 25th… Continue reading

Battle narrows to Biden and Trump

Tuesday’s primaries give each the delegates needed for a November contest

Housing, projects top list in Port Angeles State of City address

$40 million to be spent on infrastructure this year

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Sequim Irrigation Festival organizers say they plan to extend Family Fun Days again to two days, May 4-5, and include free events, such as Strait Up Foam Fun in Carrie Blake Community Park. A schedule is to be determined, organizers said.

Irrigation Festival’s carnival on hold for another year

Organizers extend free Family Fun Days another year

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Sequim Irrigation Festival organizers say they plan to extend Family Fun Days again to two days, May 4-5, and include free events, such as Strait Up Foam Fun in Carrie Blake Community Park. A schedule is to be determined, organizers said.

Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction this weekend

The Forks High School Senior Class of 2024 is hosting the 60th anniversary edition of the annual Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction on Saturday… Continue reading

Nominations open for Clallam Farm Family of Year

The 2024 Clallam County Fair seeks nominations for the 2024 Farm Family of the Year through June 1. This award is to… Continue reading

Peninsula College to host Healthy Communities Resource Fair

The Healthy Community Resource Fair is set for Thursday in the Pirate Union Building on the Port Angeles campus of Peninsula College.… Continue reading

Ediz Hook boat launch solution could be costly

PA City: Six floats are in water for halibut season