Clallam County

Bring Your Own Art Show drop-off dates announced

Drop-off dates for Studio Bob’s next Bring Your Own Art Show are early next week. Although the show will be from 5… Continue reading

New marine trade facility to be first on Peninsula

The Port of Port Angeles structure a $7.5 million project

Peninsula parties, plunges set to celebrate new year

Two dance parties, an online concert and three polar bear plunges are among the ways to ring in 2022 across the North Olympic Peninsula. Starting… Continue reading

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department employee Lukas Cox uses a snowblower to clear a sidewalk at The Gateway at Front and Lincoln streets on Thursday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Ready for warmer weather

Forecast calls for melt of snow, ice this weekend

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department employee Lukas Cox uses a snowblower to clear a sidewalk at The Gateway at Front and Lincoln streets on Thursday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Fireworks regulations on Peninsula

Hours and areas in Jefferson and Clallam counties

Clallam County sets meeting today

Commissioners will consider a contract amendment

Polar Bear participants emerge from the chilly water of Port Angeles Harbor during the 2021 New Years Day plunge at Hollywood Beach, which happened despite a pandemic and the lack of an organized plan. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Freezing temperatures raise bar on polar bear dip challenge

New Year’s Day plunges planned on Peninsula

Polar Bear participants emerge from the chilly water of Port Angeles Harbor during the 2021 New Years Day plunge at Hollywood Beach, which happened despite a pandemic and the lack of an organized plan. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
A visitor to Hurricane Ridge pauses to take in the expanse of mountain peaks apparently floating above the lowland clouds. (John Gussman)

Snowstorm fuels Hurricane Ridge winter sports

Shift to more normal winter temperatures expected this weekend

A visitor to Hurricane Ridge pauses to take in the expanse of mountain peaks apparently floating above the lowland clouds. (John Gussman)

Attorneys argue instructions for Bauer jury

More witnesses subpoenaed to testify

Washington State Patrol adds emphasis patrols during holiday season

The Washington State Patrol is joining 10 other western states’ law enforcement agencies with emphasis patrols over the New Year’s holiday. The Western States Traffic… Continue reading

Sequim seventh-graders Michael Lusk, far left, and Kingston Stevens, pictured here with Scott and Laura Lee Johnson, enjoy a ride home in a firetruck in mid-December, thanks to Peninsula Behavioral Health's “Adventure Auction” on Nov. 6. The auction saw "adventures," rather than items, auctioned off to raise funds for the entity. Auction items included a helicopter flight, guided hikes and fishing trips. In Port Angeles, a preschool student got a ride to class in a fire truck. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

An engine adventure

Sequim seventh-graders Michael Lusk, far left, and Kingston Stevens, pictured here with Scott and Laura Lee Johnson, enjoy a ride home in a firetruck in… Continue reading

Sequim seventh-graders Michael Lusk, far left, and Kingston Stevens, pictured here with Scott and Laura Lee Johnson, enjoy a ride home in a firetruck in mid-December, thanks to Peninsula Behavioral Health's “Adventure Auction” on Nov. 6. The auction saw "adventures," rather than items, auctioned off to raise funds for the entity. Auction items included a helicopter flight, guided hikes and fishing trips. In Port Angeles, a preschool student got a ride to class in a fire truck. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
A pedestrian walks past a line of snow-covered vehicles on the lot of Randy’s Auto Sales in the 800 block of East First Street in Port Angeles on Tuesday. A small amount of overnight snow added to previous snowfalls that began on Christmas Day along most of the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Crews clear roads as additional snow forecast

Deep freeze expected to relent on Saturday

A pedestrian walks past a line of snow-covered vehicles on the lot of Randy’s Auto Sales in the 800 block of East First Street in Port Angeles on Tuesday. A small amount of overnight snow added to previous snowfalls that began on Christmas Day along most of the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Employment education classes to start Jan. 17

Morningside Services will conduct Eye on Empowerment courses