Pierre LaBossiere

7 Cedars Casino to reopen June 1

7 Cedars Casino has announced it will reopen Monday, June 1, with 50 percent capacity, a new refurbished facility and smoke-free areas. The casino has… Continue reading

 

Health officer: Clallam could move to Phase 2 by June

Clallam County is now among those eligible to apply for an early Phase 2 reopening. Kitsap, Mason, Thurston, Adams, Spokane, Lewis, Clark, Island and San… Continue reading

 

No new confirmed COVID-19 cases on North Olympic Peninsula this weekend

While Jefferson County is preparing to move ahead with asking for a variance on Phase 1 restrictions, both Jefferson and Clallam counties are seeing parks… Continue reading

 

No new COVID-19 cases reported on peninsula over weekend

Jefferson County commissioners are expected to discuss today how a positive case reported Friday night might affect the county’s application to the state for a… Continue reading

Donation Drop-off Center closes

The Donation Drop-off Center to support the COVID-19 pandemic response at Greywolf Elementary School has closed. City representatives said donations had slowed to the point… Continue reading

Friday night lights honor spring prep athletes

For 20 minutes Friday night, Olympic Peninsula prep athletes got their due. Athletes who had their spring seasons eliminated, some of whom on the peninsula… Continue reading

COVID-19 cases hold at 42 for the counties; flu cases have stopped

People tiring of physical distancing, urged to hang in there a little longer

Olympic coastal sites shut down over COVID-19 concerns

Olympic National Park has closed all National Park Service-managed beaches and coastal areas on the Olympic Peninsula to park visitors to slow the spread of… Continue reading

Kevin Lopiccolo, deputy director of Clallam County Health and Human Services, looks over a newly-delivered commercial clothes dryer to be installed last week in the Port of Port Angeles’ 1010 Building near William R. Fairchild International Airport prior to the building’s temporary conversion to an isolation shelter of homeless individuals. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Coronavirus may hit peak this month

As an additional case of the new coronavirus was confirmed this weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula, health officers in Clallam and Jefferson counties pointed… Continue reading

Kevin Lopiccolo, deputy director of Clallam County Health and Human Services, looks over a newly-delivered commercial clothes dryer to be installed last week in the Port of Port Angeles’ 1010 Building near William R. Fairchild International Airport prior to the building’s temporary conversion to an isolation shelter of homeless individuals. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

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 Parks and… Continue reading

Dr. Tom Locke

This week critical for coronavirus containment

State should get a clearer picture, health officers say

Dr. Tom Locke

Officials: Travel heightens health risks

Local health officers are concerned that people traveling to Clallam and Jefferson counties, potentially exposing the Olympic Peninsula to the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament. (Jesse Major/for Peninsula Daily News)
                                <strong>Jesse Major</strong>/for Peninsula Daily News
                                Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men hold on for dear life to qualify for the NWAC Tourney

In a game that featured 46 personal fouls and 64 free throws and a furious Edmonds comeback in the second half, the Peninsula College men… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament. (Jesse Major/for Peninsula Daily News)
                                <strong>Jesse Major</strong>/for Peninsula Daily News
                                Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament.

Adventure sports events coming to peninsula in 2020

Adventure sports on the North Olympic Peninsula are booming as area event promoter Peninsula Adventure Sports is adding two more outlets to the outdoors beginning… Continue reading

Winter sports preview: PC women’s basketball has speed, experience

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team bring back a lot of firepower from last year’s North Division champion squad and the team has set its… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates split two to open season

It was a tale of two different kinds of basketball styles for the Peninsula men in their season openers at the Tritons/Pirates Classic, as the… Continue reading

College soccer: PC men take NWAC title, women are second

Peninsula College’s soccer squads nearly pulled off a title double, but settled for a NWAC championship for the PC men and a second-place finish for… Continue reading