Clallam County

2 more deaths due to COVID-19

Peninsula counties still at high risk

Blue Mountain Transfer Station to reopen

Services resume July 5, three days a week

Port Angeles High School graduate Sage Hunter blows bubbles prior to Friday’s commencement ceremony at Port Angeles Civic Field. A total of 236 seniors made up the school’s Class of 2022. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Congratulations, graduates

Port Angeles High School graduate Sage Hunter blows bubbles prior to Friday’s commencement ceremony at Port Angeles Civic Field. A total of 236 seniors made… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School graduate Sage Hunter blows bubbles prior to Friday’s commencement ceremony at Port Angeles Civic Field. A total of 236 seniors made up the school’s Class of 2022. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Demonstrators in Sequim demand an end to gun violence and call for lawmakers to take action on stricter firearm laws as part of the nationwide March for Our Lives protests Saturday. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

Demonstrators demand stricter gun laws

March for Our Lives protest among hundreds nationwide

Demonstrators in Sequim demand an end to gun violence and call for lawmakers to take action on stricter firearm laws as part of the nationwide March for Our Lives protests Saturday. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

Flag retirement planned Tuesday

The Michael Trebert Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Clallam County Veterans Association will retire American flags during… Continue reading

Glacier lecture offered online

Andrew Fountain will present “Disappearing Olympic Glaciers” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The free lecture, sponsored by Olympic Climate Action, will stream on… Continue reading

Seabirds focus of Audubon lecture

Julia K. Parrish will present “Seabirds, Citizen Science and Saving the World” at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Parrish will address a meeting of the… Continue reading

StreamFest revived this year

Port Angeles Garden Club, Peninsula College work together to offer event

A GROWING CONCERN: Dynamic duo keeps blooms coming all summer

NOW THAT SUMMER is almost officially here, your flowers and plants are finally growing at a recognizable pace, hanging baskets are ablaze with color, roses… Continue reading

Team Mustang Survival’s Rite of Passage didn't know each other well before they began training together, so they've been working with a race coach on mental strategies and teambuilding. Their average age is less than 17-years-old. (L-R) Enzo Dougherty, Francesca Dougherty, Nadia Khalil, Sebastian Dougherty. (Photo Ra'ed Khalil)

Adventurers gear up for Race to Alaska

Competitors ready to sail, paddle 750 miles without motors

Team Mustang Survival’s Rite of Passage didn't know each other well before they began training together, so they've been working with a race coach on mental strategies and teambuilding. Their average age is less than 17-years-old. (L-R) Enzo Dougherty, Francesca Dougherty, Nadia Khalil, Sebastian Dougherty. (Photo Ra'ed Khalil)

Climate resiliency considered in Port Angeles

Second reading set for June 21

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

In-person meeting 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off U.S. Highway 101) in east Port Angeles.… Continue reading

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Port Angeles High School graduates, from left, Hannah Basden, Zoe Smithson, Peyton Rudd and Jenna McGoiff inflate balloons that will adorn a car taking part in Friday's graduation parade through the streets of Port Angeles from Ediz Hook to the high school. The parade, which was developed to honor graduates after COVID-19 forced the cancellation of commencement in 2020, was kept as a prelude to the conventional ceremony at Port Angeles Civic Field.

Graduates parade through Port Angeles

Port Angeles High School graduates, from left, Hannah Basden, Zoe Smithson, Peyton Rudd and Jenna McGoff inflate balloons that will adorn a car taking part… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Pennsula Daily News
Port Angeles High School graduates, from left, Hannah Basden, Zoe Smithson, Peyton Rudd and Jenna McGoiff inflate balloons that will adorn a car taking part in Friday's graduation parade through the streets of Port Angeles from Ediz Hook to the high school. The parade, which was developed to honor graduates after COVID-19 forced the cancellation of commencement in 2020, was kept as a prelude to the conventional ceremony at Port Angeles Civic Field.

High school graduations planned today

Several North Olympic Peninsula high schools will celebrate commencement today. They are: • Chimacum Junior Senior High School will celebrate its 53 graduates at the… Continue reading

Courtesy of Donna Hollatz
BCH Peninsula Chapter members enjoy friendship and a hearty breakfast before their annual Rhody Ride at Miller Peninsula.

HORSEPLAY: Annual ‘OPEN the Trails’ fundraiser slated in July

HEY! SOME LOCAL horse owners are scrambling to find feed for their stock animals. I was told by more than one hay seller that we… Continue reading

Courtesy of Donna Hollatz
BCH Peninsula Chapter members enjoy friendship and a hearty breakfast before their annual Rhody Ride at Miller Peninsula.
A mudslide has closed the Olympic Discovery Trail and the staircase to the 9/11 Memorial Waterfront park.

Slide closes portion of waterfront trail

A large mudslide has blocked the Olympic Discovery Trail just below the 9/11 Memorial Waterfront Park east of City Pier. The stairway… Continue reading

A mudslide has closed the Olympic Discovery Trail and the staircase to the 9/11 Memorial Waterfront park.

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

Tracking down Shakespeare’s works story of play

Tonight is the opening night of “The Book of Will,” a different take on Shakespeare, at Olympic Theatre Arts. Showtimes for the play… Continue reading