Clallam County

Infant clinging to life after alleged assault by her father

A six-week-old baby was fighting for her life Friday after allegedly being assaulted by her father, Port Angeles police said. Izaiah Jamal… Continue reading

Peninsula Daily News offices close to walk-in traffic

The Peninsula Daily News offices in Port Angeles and Port Townsend are closed to public walk-in business as of Monday. The closure has been implemented… Continue reading

Sequim declares COVID-19 a civil emergency

Civic Center closes to public, council meeting goes virtual

Second COVID-19 case reported in Clallam County

Woman said to have picked up virus through a King County exposure

Poetry reading live-stream, seed exchange happening this weekend

A live-streamed poetry reading and a seed exchange are among Friday’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Find healing laughter in life

IT IS EASY to laugh when we feel good, but it is precisely when life appears dim that we most need laughter in our lives.… Continue reading

Local governments urge more money for state crime lab

Jefferson County commissioners passed similar resolution March 9

Sequim Sunrise Rotary names student of the month

Jenna Finley was honored as Sequim Sunrise Rotary’s January high school student of the month. Finley, who was nominated by her teacher Bill… Continue reading

Trinity United Methodist Church streaming services

Trinity United Methodist Church of Port Townsend has announced that it has begun to stream its worship services online. Both the Sunday… Continue reading

Unity speaker Bill Evans scheduled

Bill Evans will present “On Becoming a Window” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Evans will be the guest speaker at Unity in the… Continue reading

Assistance reported for entrepreneurs, homeless

Test kits, protective gear at a premium on Peninsula

Port Angeles City Council declares emergency

Utility bill relief discussed at meeting

Christmas lights come down

Tim Crowley of the Olympic Kiwanis Club removes Christmas lights from a tree in the 100 block of West First Street in… Continue reading

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: At home on a two-way street

THESE “LESSONS” WON’T apply to me, I thought. “House Lessons,” the new memoir from bestselling local author Erica Bauermeister, starts out about her renovation of… Continue reading

Drop-in resource center for homeless youth, young adults

Volunteer Sarah McFadden of Port Angeles bags homemade cookies and treats during a March 6 bake sale, silent auction and open house… Continue reading