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Peninsula Daily News’ editor-publisher John Brewer to retire in October

JOHN BREWER, WHO guides the Peninsula Daily News as its publisher and editor, will retire in early October, closing out almost 18 years at the… Continue reading

 

Peninsula Daily News’ editor-publisher John Brewer to retire in October

JOHN BREWER, WHO guides the Peninsula Daily News as its publisher and editor, will retire in early October, closing out almost 18 years at the… Continue reading

 

Peninsula Daily News’ editor-publisher John Brewer to retire in October

JOHN BREWER, WHO guides the Peninsula Daily News as its publisher and editor, will retire in early October, closing out almost 18 years at the… Continue reading

 

Fugitive captured on Port Angeles’ west side after many residents issued confusing ‘stay inside with doors locked’ warning

PORT ANGELES — A man who prompted a three-hour search on Port Angeles' west side — and a confusing email and telephone bulletin warning residents… Continue reading

Fugitive captured on Port Angeles’ west side after many residents issued confusing ‘stay inside with doors locked’ warning

PORT ANGELES — A man who prompted a three-hour search on Port Angeles' west side — and a confusing email and telephone bulletin warning residents… Continue reading

Happy birthday, PDN! Our first issue came off the presses 99 years ago today

On April 10, 1916 — 99 years ago today — a daily newspaper calling itself the Port Angeles Evening News began publication. It grew out… Continue reading

8-foot ‘void’ under Lincoln Street to force detour of northbound U.S. 101 in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — A cavernous "void" under an important intersection — one at which U.S. Highway 101 makes a critical turn in central Port Angeles… Continue reading

8-foot ‘void’ under Lincoln Street to force detour of northbound U.S. 101 in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — A cavernous "void" under an important intersection — one at which U.S. Highway 101 makes a critical turn in central Port Angeles… Continue reading

9/11 Ground Zero I-beam coming to Port Angeles, will tour Clallam next week

PORT ANGELES — A rusty, 1,400-pound piece of the World Trade Center destroyed in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, arrives in Clallam County… Continue reading

Wednesday’s online guessing game solution

Here's the answer to peninsuladailynews.com's first Guessing Game. The pink suite shown on our website Wednesday was the inset in a 1950s-era postcard for the… Continue reading

SOMETHING NEW: PDN online guessing game

Beginning today, www.peninsuladailynews.com will occasionally publish a photo, asking bloggers to guess what or where it is (keep it clean and behave — conduct rules… Continue reading

A Christmas card from our newest comic strip cartoonist

Chad Carpenter, the artist behind the PDN's newest comic strip, Tundra, sent our readers a special Christmas strip today. Since the PDN doesn't publish Saturdays,… Continue reading

TO OUR READERS: Last chance to post your tune on the holiday highway

On Tuesday's Commentary page of the Peninsula Daily News print edition, we republished a Los Angeles Times report on a national survey of the best… Continue reading

UPDATED — School cancellations, closures and other stuff relating to the white stuff

We continue to compile a list of closures and cancellations relating to the blizzard on the North Olympic Peninsula. If you have anything to add,… Continue reading

UPDATE: High winds forecast Friday across North Olympic Peninsula, marine waters; Hood Canal Bridge might close

. The National Weather Service, which has issued a high-wind warning for the North Olympic Peninsula, especially along the coastal areas of the Strait of… Continue reading

PDN readers offer suggestions for good summer reading for children

"PRY YOUR KIDS away from the keyboard and the television this summer, and get them reading," New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof advised parents… Continue reading

To our readers — ‘Frank & Ernest’ wins comics straw poll over ‘Elderberries’

Readers were frank. They voted in earnest. And, frankly, they want the comic strip, "Frank & Ernest," back weekdays in the Peninsula Daily News instead… Continue reading

Ecology chief says PT Paper Corp. within emissions levels, despite complaints of stink

Any perception of increased odors from the Port Townsend Paper Corp. mill isn't supported by pollution monitoring results from the state Department of Ecology, the… Continue reading

Sports: Look for a livelier Seattle Mariners team this season, front-office exec says in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- Whether the Seattle Mariners improve on their 69-93 record of 2005 is ensconced in hopes and dreams that abound during spring training.… Continue reading

Springlike weather to help weekend activities on North Olympic Peninsula

So what are you doing this spring weekend? Oops, got carried away! It's still winter. It's easy to make the mistake: The Strait of Juan… Continue reading