Daniel Silliman

Sequim: Plan calls for reinvigorating town center

SEQUIM -- A 65-page plan to "rediscover" and "reinvigorate" the town center while creating a "main street atmosphere" is being considered by the Planning Department… Continue reading

Jimmy Come Lately Creek restoration begins in Blyn

BLYN -- The first phase of the Jimmy Come Lately Creek restoration project began Wednesday with the razing of three buildings at the Blyn Log… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Robber used bb pistol to hold up bank, officials say

A Port Hadlock man was charged with one count of armed bank robbery in federal court Thursday in connection with last week's heist of a… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Elwha hatchery experimenting with “natural” ponds

Half-acre concrete ponds adjacent to the Elwha River swirl with 350,000 salmon. Salmon gather at the edges looking for free food. Wire nets protect the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Photo from Port Hadlock bank robbery leads to arrest in tavern

A photo published in the Peninsula Daily News has led to the arrest of a man for the robbery of a Bank of America branch… Continue reading

Sequim: Dungeness River cited in salmon-recovery study

Protection and restoration of the Dungeness River is necessary for salmon recovery, a new private study says. The national nonprofit conservation group Trust for Public… Continue reading

Peninsula: College tuition to rise

Students attending Peninsula College this fall will pay more for an education. Budget cuts, salary increases and rising energy costs are blamed for increasing the… Continue reading

West End: Flag thief steals Stars and Stripes in Forks

FORKS -- Bolting a flagpole in place did not stop a thief from stealing the "Stars and Stripes" from the Forks Visitors Center on Wednesday.… Continue reading

Forks: Suspect named in Forks stabbing death

FORKS -- Clallam County deputies have identified a man they believe may be involved in the stabbing death of a Perete Gonzales Ciro. A first-degree… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Questions remain in shooting death

PORT ANGELES -- Detectives investigating last month's shooting death of 16-year-old Michael Andrew Sindars say they still have questions. Timothy Patrick Smith, 17, of West… Continue reading

LaPush: Woman rescued after fall over cliff is Everett business leader

LAPUSH -- Everett Area Chamber of Commerce Director Louise Stanton-Masten suffered a broken elbow and minor head injuries Tuesday after falling from a cliff in… Continue reading

New Peninsula College president begins with “Listening Tour”

What's impressed Tom Keegan the most as Peninsula College's new president? "What I'm struck by is how proud people are of the college," he says.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Pssst! Hey buddy — wanna buy a concrete elephant?

For sale or trade: a 6,000 pound concrete elephant. Like an unofficial mascot, the elephant stands guard on U.S. Highway 101 at the east end… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Teen’s death mourned at services

PORT ANGELES -- Family and friends quietly cried as they crowded together to mourn the death of Michael Andrew Sindars. Seventy young people were among… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Teen remembered by family, friends

PORT ANGELES -- Michael Andrew Sindars spent Wednesday celebrating his grandfather's 70th birthday. He shared cake with his grandfather, Robert Sindars of Port Angeles. That… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Navy dry dock could be moved to Peninsula

PORT ANGELES --Officials say it is possible to move a U.S. Navy dry dock from Portland, Ore., to the Port of Port Angeles. But they… Continue reading

West End: Makah donate 20,000 pounds of fish to food bank, Salvation Army

PORT ANGELES -- The Makah tribe has donated 20,000 pounds of yellowtail rock fish to the city's food bank and to the local Salvation Army.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: A real iguana story

Stuart McColl had his Father's Day present almost six days before it climbed 45 feet up a tree. Jack, 7, and Ted, 6, bought their… Continue reading