Coronavirus

Online health forum set today

Voices for Health and Healing will present an online seminar, Barriers to Health and Healthcare in our Community in the Time of… Continue reading

State recreation lands closure also extended to May 4

With the state’s recent extension of Gov. Jay Inslee’s extended “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, the state Department of Natural Resources, Washington State… Continue reading

West End kids fishing derby postponed

Due to state lockdown measures extended to May 4 in light of the COVID-19 virus, the West End Sportsmen’s Club is postponing the… Continue reading

Local shops see donations, renewed thirst for books

Local shops see donations, renewed thirst for books

‘I just want a couple of paperbacks to get my mind off what’s happening’

Local shops see donations, renewed thirst for books
White House moves toward promoting face masks to fight virus

White House moves toward promoting face masks to fight virus

The Trump administration is formalizing new guidance to recommend that many Americans wear… Continue reading

White House moves toward promoting face masks to fight virus
Feds propose $611,000 fine for Seattle-area nursing home

Feds propose $611,000 fine for Seattle-area nursing home

Inspection of the Life Care Center of Kirkland conducted March 16

Feds propose $611,000 fine for Seattle-area nursing home
Feiro Marine Life Center takes the classroom to the students
Feiro Marine Life Center takes the classroom to the students

Fire District 3 to hold virtual meetings, open records restrictions

Clallam County Fire District 3, which also extends into Jefferson County, has acquired the technology needed for virtual meetings and will use it… Continue reading

In shadow of COVID-19, Army Field Band plays on for America

In shadow of COVID-19, Army Field Band plays on for America

By Allen G. Breed | AP National Writer For members of the U.S. Army Field Band, it has never been merely about the music. Yes,… Continue reading

In shadow of COVID-19, Army Field Band plays on for America
Navy fires captain who sought help for the virus-stricken ship

Navy fires captain who sought help for the virus-stricken ship

The captain of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier facing a growing outbreak of the coronavirus… Continue reading

  • Apr 3, 2020
  • By Lolita C. Baldor and Robert Burns The Associated Press
  • NewsCoronavirus
Navy fires captain who sought help for the virus-stricken ship
OUTDOORS: Public following no fishing order

OUTDOORS: Public following no fishing order

‘People are realizing the seriousness of the situation’

OUTDOORS: Public following no fishing order

Applications taken now for COVID-19 Relief Fund grants

Olympic Community Action Program has begun helping those in need using the COVID-19 Relief Fund. Since the Peninsula Daily News and Olympic Community Action Programs… Continue reading

COVID-19 curbs put Field Hall work on hold

COVID-19 curbs put Field Hall work on hold

Gov. Inslee hints at “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” edict extension

COVID-19 curbs put Field Hall work on hold
Clallam County signs lease with port for homeless recovery center

Clallam County signs lease with port for homeless recovery center

Facility will be near William R. Fairchild Memorial Airport

Clallam County signs lease with port for homeless recovery center
Governor extends stay-home order to May 4

Governor extends stay-home order to May 4

Inslee says it is proving to be an effective weapon against the deadly coronavirus

Governor extends stay-home order to May 4

Criteria expand for COVID-19 testing

Jefferson County to follow same guidelines as Clallam County

Latest jobless figures show COVID-19 had little effect

North Olympic Peninsula unemployment rose slightly in February as the effects of the coronavirus outbreak had yet to register in the latest jobless… Continue reading

Inslee asks state manufacturers for COVID-19 supplies

Gov. Jay Inslee asked Washington manufacturers to start producing personal protective equipment, saying the federal… Continue reading