Jefferson County

A GROWING CONCERN: ‘Get the dirt’ on dirt in your garden

THE WEATHER WAS so idealistic for Mother’s Day and the much-needed rain returned to boost the springtime growth of your yard and your “Corona Garden.”… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Weekly virtual meeting at 12 p.m. Wednesday. For information email [email protected] angeles.org. • Forks Chamber of Commerce… Continue reading

How to donate, apply for grants

The Peninsula Daily News and Olympic Community Action Programs converted the Peninsula Home Fund into the COVID-19 Relief Fund to create a way for neighbors… Continue reading

Primary battles line up in 2020 elections

and not just from Republicans. The 24th District Democrat, a… Continue reading

Portions of Olympic National Park reopen today

Creachbaum: ‘We will start with Lake Crescent and Sol Duc Road’

COVID-19 cases rise to 50 on Olympic Peninsula

State: Jefferson County still eligible for early Phase 2

ISSUES OF FAITH: No matter how lonely, humanity is never alone

“THEN THE LORD God said, ‘It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him’,” (Genesis… Continue reading

Kilmer draws four opponents for congressional seat

The top-two Aug. 4 primary for the 6th Congressional District seat held by a Port Angeles native grew to five candidates Thursday. Johny Alberg, of… Continue reading

Cake Picnic going on the road

Saturday livestream to showcase people celebrating in place

Fort Worden Public Development Authority wrestles with recovery plan

‘You’re going to have the fits and starts’

Phases of reopening outlined

Clallam, Jefferson likely to be on different schedules

Third opponent files against Kilmer for Congressional seat

Chris Welton making first campaign as a candidate for elective office