Jefferson County

West End emergency response plans to be presented Thursday

Emergency response plans for the West End will be presented and discussed at the Hoh Village Gymnasium on Thursday. Officials with Jefferson and… Continue reading

PT Main Street begins merchant coffees for year

PT Main Street begins merchant coffees for year

The Port Townsend Main Street Program is kicking off its first Merchant Coffee Talk of the year Wednesday with guest speaker Rebekah… Continue reading

PT Main Street begins merchant coffees for year

Port Ludlow Artists’ League to host reception

Port Ludlow Artists’ League will host an artist reception for its February Show, “Mightier than the Sword: A Study in Pen, Pencil… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: New trainer joins Port Angeles gym; Customer Appreciation Day at First Federal

Marnae Flores recently joined Fitness West, 114 S. Lincoln St., as a personal trainer and fitness instructor. Flores leads cardio kickboxing and… Continue reading

LETTER: We need more details on how we’ll pay for Trump’s border wall

President Donald Trump has promised to build a wall along the Mexican border and to get Mexico to pay for it. The two points in… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim event canceled; will be rescheduled … and other items

The North Olympic Women on the Water benefit dinner/dance and silent auction, which was scheduled for Saturday has been canceled. It will be… Continue reading

Seattle Opera preview scheduled at Jefferson County Library this Wednesday

Opera will come back to the Jefferson County Library at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday when Seattle Opera brings a free preview performance of… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Stretching a hand from Forks to India

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Stretching a hand from Forks to India

SOME PEOPLE TEACH and find ways to learn no matter where they go, even if it’s the eastern shore of India. Diane Cowles is the… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Stretching a hand from Forks to India
Snowfall closes schools, delays transit systems across Peninsula

Snowfall closes schools, delays transit systems across Peninsula

Snowfall overnight has closed school districts and delayed transit systems across the North Olympic Peninsula today. The Port Angeles, Sequim, Quilcene and… Continue reading

Snowfall closes schools, delays transit systems across Peninsula

Official: Human trafficking cases often don’t make it to court

Human trafficking cases go unprosecuted in many instances, Kathleen Morris, program director for the Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network, told students at Peninsula… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: Public education funding, dental services on agenda

State Rep. Mike Chapman expressed pride this week in his co-sponsorship of House Bill 1414, which would help Native American tribes pursue federal… Continue reading

Snowstorm causing delays in delivery of today’s PDN

Sunday and Monday’s snowfall is causing some delays in delivering today’s edition of the Peninsula Daily News, but carriers are trying to reach all subscribers… Continue reading

LETTER: Fact-Free Diet the healthiest way to reduce your Intelligence Quotient

For years, health advisers have advocated following a proper diet. We have all heard the admonitions, such as “you are what you eat,” “too much… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Wonderland ball tickets now on sale … and other items

Tickets are on sale now for this Saturday’s second annual Wonderland Masquerade Ball, presented by Key City Public Theatre. Dinner will be… Continue reading

Chimacum schools offer replacement levy proposal

The Chimacum School District is hoping for the approval of a four-year educational maintenance and operation levy in the Feb. 14 special election.… Continue reading

Peninsula GOP, Democrats split on travel restrictions ruling

Peninsula GOP, Democrats split on travel restrictions ruling

County Republican and Democratic leaders split along party lines in their responses to President Donald Trump’s travel restrictions and a federal judge’s ruling that enforcement… Continue reading

Peninsula GOP, Democrats split on travel restrictions ruling

A GROWING CONCERN: Some houseplants to round out your home

THE OTHER WEEK, we talked about sunlight (or lack thereof) and grime on your precious houseplants. Another great trick is to now “pinch out” the… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Anna’s make their nest in winter

at least among the hummingbirds. A male Anna’s hummingbird has been making his presence known… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading