Coronavirus

US allows use of first drug shown to help virus recovery

US allows use of first drug shown to help virus recovery

U.S. regulators on Friday allowed emergency use of the first drug that appears to… Continue reading

US allows use of first drug shown to help virus recovery
Inslee extends stay-home order through May

Inslee extends stay-home order through May

Governor announces phases for lifting virus restrictions

Inslee extends stay-home order through May

Port Angeles man charged with selling drugs to ‘stop’ COVID-19

A former naturopath with a history of conviction is now facing new federal charges that he promoted mislabeled… Continue reading

1 in 5 Washington workers file unemployment claims

1 in 5 Washington workers file unemployment claims

Nearly $1.5 billion in benefits paid out

1 in 5 Washington workers file unemployment claims
Gov. Inslee aims for cautious reopening

Gov. Inslee aims for cautious reopening

‘We want to make sure we wrestle this beast to the ground’

Gov. Inslee aims for cautious reopening

Peninsula COVID-19 cases up to 46

Health officials working on phase two of response to virus

Volunteers serve soup for apartment complexes

Volunteers serve soup for apartment complexes

School staff, churches help cook and deliver four nights a week

Volunteers serve soup for apartment complexes

OUTDOORS: Fishing return limited in scope

Turkey, spring bear hunts to open Tuesday

Olympic National Park to begin phased-in reopening next week
Olympic National Park to begin phased-in reopening next week

Church donates $8,500 from Yuletide Bazaar

Sponsors of the Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church Yuletide Bazaar have donated $8,500 from the event to local organizations providing emergency aid and support… Continue reading

McConnell open to state aid in next virus relief package

McConnell open to state aid in next virus relief package

Shifting tone, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday he is “open” to considering additional funds for… Continue reading

McConnell open to state aid in next virus relief package

Medical restrictions eased after hospital group urges action

Gov. Jay Inslee eased restrictions on elective medical procedures after a hospital industry group said patients in Washington state were… Continue reading

Sequim Sunrise Rotary donates funds to help during crisis

Sequim Sunrise Rotary donates funds to help during crisis

The Sequim Sunrise Rotary Club has donated $7,500 to community organizations who provide assistance to some of the most vulnerable in the Sequim-Dungeness… Continue reading

Sequim Sunrise Rotary donates funds to help during crisis
Trump: Postal Service must charge Amazon more or no loan

Trump: Postal Service must charge Amazon more or no loan

President Donald Trump won’t approve a $10 billion loan for the U.S. Postal Service… Continue reading

Trump: Postal Service must charge Amazon more or no loan
Washington’s stay-at-home order won’t be lifted Monday

Washington’s stay-at-home order won’t be lifted Monday

More details to come Friday

Washington’s stay-at-home order won’t be lifted Monday
Trump says he won’t extend social distancing guidelines

Trump says he won’t extend social distancing guidelines

Kushner: Country will be ‘really rocking again’ by July

Trump says he won’t extend social distancing guidelines

Albert Haller Foundation boosts United Way, two food banks

The Albert Haller Foundation’s board members agreed recently to distribute $10,000 each to the United Way of Clallam County and the Sequim and Port Angeles… Continue reading

Hospital group urges Inslee to ease medical restrictions

WSHA says facilities have plenty of capacity amid a decline in COVID-19 patients

Washington mental hospital staff call virus testing unsafe

Washington mental hospital staff call virus testing unsafe

Employees say state failed to protect staff, patients at Western State

Washington mental hospital staff call virus testing unsafe