Coronavirus

Chimacum School District considering staff reductions

The Chimacum School Board has approved the idea of a reduction of certified staff, including teachers, for the 2020-21 school year, if needed.… Continue reading

Claims for unemployment benefits remain at record levels

Claims for unemployment benefits remain at record levels

More than 585,000 people in Washington sought unemployment benefits last week, with 143,000 people filing claims… Continue reading

Claims for unemployment benefits remain at record levels
How would Washington virus restrictions be modified, ended?

How would Washington virus restrictions be modified, ended?

Health authorities battling the coronavirus outbreak are trying to figure out how and when social distancing restrictions that have shut down many things… Continue reading

How would Washington virus restrictions be modified, ended?
Port Ludlow Art League showcases works online

Port Ludlow Art League showcases works online

The Port Ludlow Art League is exhibiting its artists’ work online. In April, the Black & White group art show can be… Continue reading

Port Ludlow Art League showcases works online

Port Townsend suspends late fees

City Council ratifies COVID-19 changes

Turnaround time for tests getting shorter

Health officials say results will be available same day

Boeing to restart airplane production in Seattle

Boeing to restart airplane production in Seattle

Boeing said Thursday it will restart production of its commercial airplanes next week in the Seattle area, putting about… Continue reading

Boeing to restart airplane production in Seattle

Gov. Inslee expands statewide eviction moratorium, halts rent hikes

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday extended and expanded his moratorium on evictions and imposed a new freeze… Continue reading

Trump gives governors 3-phase plan to reopen economy
Trump gives governors 3-phase plan to reopen economy
Reopening could require thousands more public health workers

Reopening could require thousands more public health workers

Before stay-at-home orders are lifted, the nation’s public health agencies want… Continue reading

Reopening could require thousands more public health workers
Centrum Communiversity program affirms birders

Centrum Communiversity program affirms birders

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is another story in an intermittent series about outings that local residents can enjoy during a time when all are urged to… Continue reading

Centrum Communiversity program affirms birders

Peninsula gains two more cases

Health officers urge adherance to stay-home order to keep numbers down

Stimulus checks to bear Trump’s name in unprecedented move

Stimulus checks to bear Trump’s name in unprecedented move

Treasury: Decision to add Trump’s name will not delay issuance

Stimulus checks to bear Trump’s name in unprecedented move

PREPS: Stadium lights to shine Friday night for Class of 2020

High school seniors honored; community encouraged to participate from home

How to stay sane during isolation

Peninsula experts provide tips for weathering COVID-19 precautions

Inslee: Phased approach for reopening economy due to virus

Inslee: Phased approach for reopening economy due to virus

‘This transition will not be a light switch on and off; it will be a dial’

Inslee: Phased approach for reopening economy due to virus
In shutdown, a glimpse of life without movie theaters

In shutdown, a glimpse of life without movie theaters

Jennifer Page jokes that four months in, this decade is already the worst of her… Continue reading

In shutdown, a glimpse of life without movie theaters
Stocks sink on Wall Street as grim economic news pours in

Stocks sink on Wall Street as grim economic news pours in

Stocks swung back down Wednesday after more signs piled… Continue reading

Stocks sink on Wall Street as grim economic news pours in
Peninsula virus cases stay at 40

Peninsula virus cases stay at 40

Health officials optimistic at counties’ progress

Peninsula virus cases stay at 40