Coronavirus

Peninsula virus cases stay at 40

Peninsula virus cases stay at 40

Health officials optimistic at counties’ progress

Peninsula virus cases stay at 40

Port of Port Angeles to provide rent relief

Commercial, live-aboard tenants can delay paying if hampered by COVID-19 impacts

State ferries winter schedules extended

Washington State Ferries has extended all winter sailing schedules through at least June 20, the agency announced last week. The spring season earlier… Continue reading

‘New normal’: distancing, masks likely needed for months

‘New normal’: distancing, masks likely needed for months

Even once the broad restrictions currently in place in Washington state in response to the coronavirus… Continue reading

‘New normal’: distancing, masks likely needed for months
‘Rose screening room’ opens for business

‘Rose screening room’ opens for business

It’s not something Rose Theatre owner Rocky Friedman ever pictured himself doing. But last week, the Rose became what Friedman calls “a… Continue reading

‘Rose screening room’ opens for business

Clallam County commissioners to keep nonprofits running

Lodging tax may be awarded to ‘keep lights on’

ABC’s Stephanopoulos positive for coronavirus but feels well

ABC’s Stephanopoulos positive for coronavirus but feels well

“Good Morning America” host George Stephanopoulos revealed Monday that he’s tested positive for the coronavirus, but has been relatively symptom-free. The… Continue reading

ABC’s Stephanopoulos positive for coronavirus but feels well

Coronavirus crisis forces Burning Man to move from desert to online

By Christi Carras | Los Angeles Times Burning Man ticket holders can no longer gather in Black Rock City due to the coronavirus crisis. So… Continue reading

Extension available for property tax payment

Peninsula treasurers offer program to taxpayers who have been financially affected by COVID-19

Trump’s oil-production pact may do little to help US producers or drivers amid coronavirus

The agreement announced Sunday by Russia, Saudi Arabia and other oil-producing countries to cut back output… Continue reading

Virus may hit peak this month

Restrictive measures likely will be lifted in phases

Washington to release almost 1,000 inmates amid outbreak

Washington to release almost 1,000 inmates amid outbreak

Washington state will release nearly 1,000 inmates serving time for nonviolent offenses to create more space in… Continue reading

Washington to release almost 1,000 inmates amid outbreak
Trump claims ‘total’ authority, over governors, to reopen economy

Trump claims ‘total’ authority, over governors, to reopen economy

President doesn’t offer specifics about the source of his asserted power

Trump claims ‘total’ authority, over governors, to reopen economy
Bunny Trail

Bunny Trail

Even though churches are closed and any Easter celebrations will be private, people don’t want to forget the special holiday. The Wray… Continue reading

Bunny Trail
Lives Lost: At 97, World War II vet takes a final road

Lives Lost: At 97, World War II vet takes a final road

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is part of an ongoing series of stories remembering people around the world who have died during the new coronavirus pandemic. SEATTLE… Continue reading

Lives Lost: At 97, World War II vet takes a final road
Marathon cancels June event

Marathon cancels June event

Virus pushes organizers to put on virtual run

Marathon cancels June event

Peninsula College to get funds for students

Peninsula College officials expect to receive $582,200 to allocate to students for such expenses as room and board, tuition, childcare, health care,… Continue reading

Dungeness Kids Co. raises funds for Boys & Girls Clubs’ activities
Dungeness Kids Co. raises funds for Boys & Girls Clubs’ activities
COVID-19 Relief Fund growing

COVID-19 Relief Fund growing

Generous donors throughout the North Olympic Peninsula keep pouring in funds for Olympic Community Action Programs to disperse to those hurt financially by COVID-19 precautions.… Continue reading

COVID-19 Relief Fund growing