Jefferson County

While humpback whales are on rebound, some that visit Washington are still struggling

While humpback whales are on rebound, some that visit Washington are still struggling

Two of the populations that migrate off the state’s coast are still a concern.

While humpback whales are on rebound, some that visit Washington are still struggling
Port Angeles Lefties baseball team to hold tryouts for public address announcer

Port Angeles Lefties baseball team to hold tryouts for public address announcer

Auditions are set during Major League Baseball playoff games at venues across the North Olympic Peninsula starting next month.

Port Angeles Lefties baseball team to hold tryouts for public address announcer

Wreck on state Highway 104 sends Port Hadlock woman to hospital

State Patrol: Mariah R. Byrd’s vehicle left the roadway four miles west of Hood Canal Bridge.

President of Pocock Racing Shells to speak in Port Hadlock

The free talk will discuss boat construction and the techniques and materials used to design 21st-century racing hulls.

Port Angeles motocross competitor dies following accident at race

Michael “Mikie” Procunier was being treated for a broken arm before going into cardiac arrest, officials said.

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Panel to consider pilot programs for private investors in four parks, including Fort Flagler

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Edmonds woman still at Harborview Medical Center following state Highway 19 wreck

Joy K. Anderson, 67, was in satisfactory condition after crash near Chimacum.

Ax Men star, father of three, dies in wreck near Port Angeles
Ax Men star, father of three, dies in wreck near Port Angeles
Bill Peach

Marbled murrelet plans to have little impact on county harvests, says Clallam commissioner

“The reason is there’s been a lot of work done already in Clallam County to protect the [northern spotted] owl,” Bill Peach said.

Bill Peach
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A GROWING CONCERN: Diligence due with onset of rain

Even a few dropped petals can spell mold and mildew at this time of year.

Andrew May/for Peninsula Daily News
BACK WHEN: Dr. and Mrs. Plut arrive in Port Ludlow

BACK WHEN: Dr. and Mrs. Plut arrive in Port Ludlow

The early experiences of Dr. and Mrs. Plut in Port Ludlow are chronicled.

BACK WHEN: Dr. and Mrs. Plut arrive in Port Ludlow

BIRD WATCH: Audubon offers a wealth of information

From newsletters to gorgeous rendered websites, its chapters offer it all.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.

HELP LINE: Use nursing home experiences to make lists

Hearing the story of a friend’s mother’s experiences in the nursing home inspired writer to make lists of her own.

Jefferson County growing but economy needs more young people, official says

Jefferson County growing but economy needs more young people, official says

“Jefferson County has an entrepreneurial spirit, but we’re also looking to create jobs that people can come back for and raise their family on.”

Jefferson County growing but economy needs more young people, official says
Judge: Clark County liable for clearing out homeless camps

Judge: Clark County liable for clearing out homeless camps

The judge said county work crews violated the constitutional rights of at least a half-dozen homeless residents when they threw out their belongings during sweeps.

Judge: Clark County liable for clearing out homeless camps