Eateries seek support, workers in hiring crunch

As cooks and servers hustled to get pancakes and omelettes to tables and to-go boxes at the Oak Table Café… Continue reading

Hospital case loads rising; 3 more deaths reported in Clallam County

North Olympic Peninsula hospitals are struggling to take care of patients as loads increase with staffing stretched thin, said the… Continue reading

Sequim council splits, passes resolution on vaccine passports

Majority says Constitutional rights being violated


Updated: Sequim council chooses Utah administrator to lead city

Contract negotiations begin next week

Larisa Jean Dietz of Sequim sits with attorney Stan Myers in July at Clallam County Superior Court in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Sequim woman gets 17 years for attack

A 50-year-old Sequim woman on Sept. 13 was sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for second-degree attempted murder… Continue reading


OMC board race heats up as candidate alleges other has conflict of interest

A candidate for Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner accused her opponent of having a conflict of interest by heading a… Continue reading


Seven nursing homes hit with COVID-19 outbreaks

Recent cases of COVID-19 have hit residents and staff at seven long-term care facilities in Clallam and Jefferson counties, leading… Continue reading


Many Sequim restaurants and eateries change hours, services

Here are updated hours, services and contact information for Sequim area eateries and restaurants. If we missed an establishment or Continue reading...


Aquaculture scholarship launched in memory of Kurt Grinnell

The last time Jeanne McKnight saw Kurt Grinnell in April, it was smiles and hugs and a shared idea that Continue reading...


Get It Growing: The upside of self-sowing plants

Most gardeners will agree that self-sowing plants are a mixed blessing. Self-sowing plants are often called volunteers. While most of Continue reading...


Get It Growing: Use rain gardens to control runoff water

It’s that time of year again to think about the upcoming rainy season. Whether you live in a rural area Continue reading...


What’s Happening at Market: Lighting the way with regenerative growing practices

Sequim Farmers and Artisans Market regulars have likely noticed three new faces on Saturday mornings. They belong to Lindsey Soha, Continue reading...

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Guest opinion: Bush’s 9/11 epilogue needs to be America’s prologue

This Sept. 11 remembrance fell at a time when America is bitterly divided. It is also a time when we Continue reading...



Being Frank: We have no time to slow down our recovery efforts

The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission lost an irreplaceable leader last month when our chairperson, Lorraine Loomis, walked on. Lorraine’s contributions Continue reading...

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