Coronavirus

Clallam food banks offer drive-thru service
Clallam food banks offer drive-thru service

Port Angeles chamber panel to discuss business recovery

The Port Angeles Chamber’s new Business Recovery Committee will meet online at 11 a.m. Wednesday and is seeking input from residents. The… Continue reading

State death toll rises to 94

State death toll rises to 94

Drive-thru testing offered in Tacoma

State death toll rises to 94

Makah Tribe orders Neah Bay residents to shelter in place

The Makah Tribe has enacted a shelter-in-place order and banned all gatherings outside the home as well as non-essential travel. The Makah… Continue reading

Nationally, hospitals fear surge of virus cases, supply shortages

Government and hospital leaders are increasingly sounding the alarm about the health care system in the… Continue reading

News organizations drop paywall for coronavirus information

News organizations across the United States are lifting paywalls to share coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.… Continue reading

Sequim offers utility relief program

The City of Sequim will work with utility customers whose finances are strained by COVID-19 restrictions and will not charge delinquency fees or… Continue reading

Confirmed COVID-19 cases grow to 10 on Peninsula

Four new cases of the COVID-19 virus were confirmed in Clallam and Jefferson counties Saturday, including the first two known to be… Continue reading

Peninsula Home Fund relaunched to help in crisis

Donations accepted for those affected by coronavirus

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

Sequim declares COVID-19 a civil emergency

Civic Center closes to public, council meeting goes virtual

Sequim declares COVID-19 a civil emergency

Second COVID-19 case reported in Clallam County

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

Volunteers test experimental COVID-19 vaccine

Volunteers test experimental COVID-19 vaccine

The first people to roll up their sleeves to receive an experimental vaccine for the coronavirus… Continue reading

Volunteers test experimental COVID-19 vaccine
COVID-19 impacts maritime training

COVID-19 impacts maritime training

Wooden Boat Building School and Maritime Center restricting operations until at least April 27

COVID-19 impacts maritime training
Curbside service offered at Port Townsend Food Bank
Curbside service offered at Port Townsend Food Bank
State death toll from COVID-19 climbs to 74

State death toll from COVID-19 climbs to 74

The death toll in Washington state from the coronavirus increased to 74 on Thursday, and the number… Continue reading

State death toll from COVID-19 climbs to 74
Assistance reported for entrepreneurs, homeless

Assistance reported for entrepreneurs, homeless

Test kits, protective gear at a premium on Peninsula

Assistance reported for entrepreneurs, homeless

COVID-19 prompts free bus rides, PDA cuts in Jefferson County

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jefferson Public Transit Authority has made bus rides fare free until further notice and are… Continue reading

Patient at Washington psychiatric hospital has COVID-19

A patient as Washington state’s largest psychiatric hospital has tested positive for coronavirus, and workers at the… Continue reading