Coronavirus

Governor could extend stay-at-home order later this week

Governor could extend stay-at-home order later this week

Gov. Jay Inslee’s chief of staff David Postman said Tuesday that Inslee could announce an extension of the state’s COVID-19-related… Continue reading

Governor could extend stay-at-home order later this week
Government OKs $50B in small biz loans, banks complain of snags

Government OKs $50B in small biz loans, banks complain of snags

Industry groups say loan processing system still unable to handle volume of applications

Government OKs $50B in small biz loans, banks complain of snags
COVID-19: A Local Survival Guide

COVID-19: A Local Survival Guide

We have a special COVID-19 local survival guide out now. Within this publications, you will find information on the novel coronavirus, local resources, safe and… Continue reading

COVID-19: A Local Survival Guide
Amid falling revenue, Sound Publishing lays off 70 workers
Amid falling revenue, Sound Publishing lays off 70 workers
Trump urges states to consider opening schools before summer

Trump urges states to consider opening schools before summer

By Collin Binkley | AP Education Writer President Donald Trump says states should “seriously consider” reopening their public schools before the end of the academic… Continue reading

Trump urges states to consider opening schools before summer
Virus is expected to reduce meat selection and raise prices

Virus is expected to reduce meat selection and raise prices

Meat isn’t going to disappear from supermarkets because of outbreaks of the coronavirus among workers… Continue reading

Virus is expected to reduce meat selection and raise prices
Fishing, hunting, golfing can resume in Washington on May 5

Fishing, hunting, golfing can resume in Washington on May 5

Inslee: Activities could be restricted again

Fishing, hunting, golfing can resume in Washington on May 5

Preparing for the next wave

Peninsula officials hope for best, plan for worst

Sailmaker to row route of canceled SEVENTY48
Sailmaker to row route of canceled SEVENTY48
R2AK, Wooden Boat Festival canceled

R2AK, Wooden Boat Festival canceled

Northwest Maritime Center heeding COVID-19 precautions

R2AK, Wooden Boat Festival canceled
Health officials ready new guidelines as restrictions ease

Health officials ready new guidelines as restrictions ease

Draft guidance sent to Washington, still could be modified

Health officials ready new guidelines as restrictions ease
Teen directing play rehearsals online
Teen directing play rehearsals online

Customer service available by phone at Clallam libraries

The North Olympic Library System now is offering customer service in Clallam County by phone from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays… Continue reading

Port Angeles Lefties hope to play ball

Port Angeles Lefties hope to play ball

Bellingham Bells cancel season due to outbreak

Port Angeles Lefties hope to play ball
Just Soup provides curbside service

Just Soup provides curbside service

Just Soup is the name, but there is more to it. Come lunchtime in Uptown Port Townsend, there’s bread, fruit and a… Continue reading

Just Soup provides curbside service
Brothers make face shields with 3-D printer

Brothers make face shields with 3-D printer

A Christmas present and an encounter with a social media post led two Sequim residents to help front-line nurses and at-risk locals alike… Continue reading

Brothers make face shields with 3-D printer

Inslee allows some construction

Peninsula to see 1,000-1,500 back at work