Coronavirus

How will we vote? Outbreak revives debate on mail-in ballots

As the coronavirus pandemic knocks primary election after primary election off schedule,… Continue reading

Urgent question from small businesses: When will aid arrive?

When will the money arrive? That’s the urgent question for small business owners… Continue reading

Nourish’s meals program helps feed OMC staff, community positivity

Public fuels Sequim business’ GoFundMe drive past $10K

State to send more personal protection equipment

Jefferson County expecting shipment in a few days

How would overwhelmed hospitals decide who to treat first?

Health officials across the country are reviewing guidelines

Dr. Tom Locke

This week critical for virus containment

State should get a clearer picture, health officers say

Dr. Tom Locke

Doctor fired after criticizing virus response at hospital

An emergency room doctor who publicly criticized the coronavirus preparations at his hospital in Bellingham has been… Continue reading

Inslee: Washington needs more coronavirus test supplies

Gov. Jay Inslee said that Washington state still has a shortage of coronavirus testing kits and again suggested the shutdown of most businesses… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend considers ways to ease strain on tenants

The Port of Port Townsend has announced it will extend boat yard discounts and is considering other ways to help its tenants.… Continue reading

Webinar conducted on federal relief program

Participants in a webinar on a new federal coronavirus relief package, signed Friday by President Donald Trump, reviewed efforts to help businesses… Continue reading

New donation centers

Two new centers have been set up to accept help during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Port Angeles, a Volunteer and Donation Center will open at… Continue reading

Mask-makers mobilize on Peninsula

Peninsula volunteers use sewing skills to help others

Many parks closed but trails open with cautions

Parks and other federal and state lands are closed to visitors during the COVID-19 crisis, although many hiking trails are open but with reduced services.… Continue reading

In Iran, false belief a poison fights virus kills hundreds

Standing over the still body of an intubated 5-year-old boy wearing nothing… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Anglers upset with statewide closures

Fishing, shellfishing closed statewide; area golf courses shut down