The U.S. Postal Service is not going to ship on Monday, so Monday’s Peninsula Daily News, which is delivered solely by mail or on-line, might be introduced solely on the PDN web site at www.peninsuladailynews.com.
Postal employees will mark Juneteenth National Independence Day on Monday because the precise day of June 19 is on Sunday, when the postal service routinely doesn’t ship. Mail is just not delivered on federal holidays.
Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, when Union Gen. Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, to tell enslaved Blacks that the Civil War had ended and so they had been free.
On Monday, all the Clallam and Jefferson county editions might be introduced within the PDN’s on-line replicas, which can be found free to print subscribers at peninsula dailynews.com and on the PDN’s cell app.
To entry the duplicate print editions on-line, go to Menu on the prime left of Homepage, click on on it and transfer all the way down to Print Edition close to the underside of the drop-down menu.
Click on that and select both the Clallam County version or the Jefferson County version.
All print subscribers have entry to the digital editions as a part of their common subscriptions and might entry the newspaper that day by logging in with their username and password.
Those who want help in accessing the web site can name 360-452-2345 and select the Circulation possibility. Staff might be out there to assist at this time.
Stories additionally will be learn on the web site.
The free cell app for the PDN will be downloaded from Apple Store and Google Play retailer.