Coronavirus

No new virus cases on Peninsula

Jefferson County expected to reach infection rate of 0

Clallam schools prepare for in-class instruction

Low infection rates lead to moves to hybrid systems

The age range of COVID-19 cases is updated each Friday on the Clallam County Public Health website. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
The age range of COVID-19 cases is updated each Friday on the Clallam County Public Health website. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Quilcene School District enters new phase

Quilcene School District is moving into Step 4 of its reopening plan this week. The district started the school year fully remote due to Jefferson… Continue reading

Projected revenues improve in Washington

State lawmakers received some good financial news Wednesday, with updated numbers showing an increase in… Continue reading

Clallam prepares for some in-person learning

County reports four new cases; Jefferson reports none

Port Townsend to weigh in on CARES Act projects

Jefferson County commissioners direct staff to run with ranked list

Clallam County office closes after COVID-19 exposure

Clallam County office closes after COVID-19 exposure

Commissioners will discuss courthouse operations this morning

Clallam County office closes after COVID-19 exposure

Two virus cases reported in Clallam County

Both new infections result of community spread, official says

Clallam County Public Health’s chart of the location of COVID-19 cases in the county is updated each Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Clallam County Public Health’s chart of the location of COVID-19 cases in the county is updated each Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Fund offers grants, welcomes donations

Grants from the COVID-19 Relief Fund continue to be issued and donations are always welcome. “Though the OlyCAP offices remain physically closed, know that we… Continue reading

Nearly 2,000 get CARES Act help in Port Angeles

Utility, rent, mortgage relief provided with federal aid

Clallam board of health hears good news

Clallam board of health hears good news

Potential return of more students, teachers to classrooms

Clallam board of health hears good news