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Lots and lots and LOTS of snow!

WENATCHEE — The state Transportation Department expects to reopen the North Cascades Highway at noon Wednesday. This will be the second-latest opening since travelers began… Continue reading

Precautions taken (and no problems anticipated) for Lipizzaner Stallions show in PA tonight, Wednesday

PORT ANGELES — An outbreak in Washington and other western states of equine herpesvirus-1, a highly contagious airborne virus that can be fatal to horses,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim, Port Angeles combine to send eight to Class 2A state tennis championships

TACOMA — The Sequim and Port Angeles tennis teams are sending eight boys and girls players to the Class 2A state tournament this coming weekend.… Continue reading

Ahoy! Tall ships to sail into Ports Angeles and Ludlow (with B.C. in between)

The booming cannons of the tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will sound in Port Angeles Harbor on Memorial Day weekend. The two historic… Continue reading

Newcomers’, Visitors’ Guide debuts today

The North Olympic Peninsula's best visitor guide — chronicling everything that's great to see and do in our Olympics paradise — appears exclusively as a… Continue reading

Sequim man’s sports theme chosen for Windermere Sand Sculpture Classic

PORT ANGELES — A Sequim man's idea will inspire sand sculpture artists during the Windermere Sand Sculpture Classic at Arts in Action on July 22-24.… Continue reading

More counts possible against man charged in 2 Port Angeles burglaries

PORT ANGELES — A transient from Arkansas charged with two counts of second-degree burglary faces a June 3 status hearing to review a plea offer… Continue reading

$50,000 donation fuels Peninsula College scholarship program — if challenge is met

PORT ANGELES — A donation to United Way of Clallam County has sparked a $50,000 challenge to create a scholarship program for Peninsula College students… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum baseball team back in Class 1A state final four

CASTLE ROCK — A year ago, it was the Chimacum baseball team’s bats that catapulted the Cowboys to the Class 1A state semifinals. Now, it’s… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic Peninsula sends 35 track and field athletes to state meets

SUMNER — Sequim’s Frank Catelli and Port Angeles’ Troy Martin have taken their head-to-head rivalry to a new level. The two throwers were in a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles, Quilcene lose heartbreakers at state baseball tournaments

BELLINGHAM — Cody Sullivan played with fire all game long. It wasn’t until late in Saturday’s Class 2A state playoff game that it came back… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim, Port Angeles softball teams advance to state tournament

TACOMA — Nobody’s raining on the Sequim softball team’s parade this spring. A year removed from having their state bid cut short by a driving… Continue reading

Today’s Duck Derby results

Here are the results from today’s Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby, the rubber duck races held on the Nippon Paper Industries USA mill canal in… Continue reading

PDN’s visitor guide arrives Monday with exclusive features and smartphone QR codes, too

The North Olympic Peninsula's hottest visitor guide is hot off the press to make your Monday edition of the Peninsula Daily News really cool. It's… Continue reading

Variety of events on Peninsula

The new Port Angeles historic district will dedicated from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday. There will be a band, parade, portrayals of historic figures, vintage… Continue reading

Military exhibit opens at Sequim’s Museum & Arts Center

SEQUIM — The Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley will mark the opening of an ongoing historical display of military memorabilia with a… Continue reading

Victoria Day weekend events colorful in queen’s namesake British Columbia city

VICTORIA — The city’s namesake monarch is again celebrated this weekend with a parade highlighting events leading up to Monday’s Victoria Day holiday. Queen Victoria… Continue reading

ACTI’s chief accepts regional award in Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Mike Rauch, president and chief executive officer of Angeles Composite Technologies Inc., accepted an award Thursday recognizing the Port Angeles business as… Continue reading

Biomass forum scheduled in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The League of Women Voters of Clallam County and Peninsula College will host a forum on biomass cogeneration Monday. The free forum… Continue reading