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Port Angeles: Roughrider soccer girls lose 2-0

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles came out flat against South Kitsap on Thursday as the Roughriders fell 2-0. Capitalizing on some defensive breakdowns by the… Continue reading

Sekiu: Angler hauls in coho weighing 22 pounds, 8 ounces

Sekiu has produced another record-breaking coho salmon. On Wednesday, less than two weeks after the previous state record was broken for coho in salt water,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Girls soccer team falls to Central Kitsap

SILVERTON -- Central Kitsap edged the Port Angeles Roughriders 3-1 in Narrows League girls soccer on Tuesday night. "Central capitalized on their opportunities,"' said Roughrider… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Williams leads in City Council race

PORT ANGELES -- Larry Williams held a commanding lead over his two challengers Tuesday night in his bid to retain a seat on the City… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Barbara Foss returns to rescue duty

An upgraded Barbara Foss has returned to rescue duty at the mouth of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. In response to concerns over the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Cruise ship returns today

Cruise West's Spirit of Oceanus makes its third of five weekly stops at Port Angeles City Pier this morning. The 295-foot, Seattle-based liner is making… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Horizon Air cuts back service 25 percent

PORT ANGELES -- Horizon Airlines has cut back service to William J. Fairchild International Airport by one round-trip flight daily. Horizon Air now flies three… Continue reading

Today’s Election Day — and your last chance to get the Peninsula’s best voter guide

Today is Election Day, and the Peninsula Daily News' eight-page primary election voter guide has complete information about the races in Clallam and Jefferson counties.… Continue reading

Clallam County prayer vigil set for Tuesday in Port Angeles

All city of Port Angeles and Clallam County employees will hold a prayer gathering in honor of the victims of last week's terrorist attacks. It… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Makah set aside marbled murrelet habitat

NEAH BAY -- The Makah tribe has set aside 278 acres in the Waatch River valley in an effort to restore the marbled murrelet population.… Continue reading

Parks board might overturn fees

The state Parks and Recreation Commission is poised to rescind a controversial users fee slated to go into effect at many state parks on the… Continue reading

Clallam: County, PA offices to close for 45-minute ceremony Tuesday

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles and Clallam County employees will gather Tuesday morning for a 45-minute ceremony in remembrance of those who died in the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: American Red Cross military caseworker program reactivated

As reserve soldiers, airmen and sailors are called to active duty, the American Red Cross is resuming its military caseworker program. Janet Hughes, executive director… Continue reading

Peninsula: Similarities between terrorists, Ressam case begin to emerge

Federal authorities have identified more than a dozen hijackers of Middle Eastern descent in Tuesday's bombings and gathered evidence linking them to Osama bin Laden… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Concert on the Pier tonight with special songs

PORT ANGELES -- Concert on the Pier will go on as scheduled tonight, with the Hawaiian music group Naki"i performing from 6 p.m. to 8… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: First “open house” on management plan

PORT ANGELES -- The future of Olympic National Park was the subject of an open house Monday night at Vern Burton Community Center. More than… Continue reading

Peninsula’s best voter guide available

The Peninsula Daily News' eight-page primary election voter guide has complete information about the races in Clallam and Jefferson counties. It profiles all the candidates… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Cruise ship returns today

Cruise West's Spirit of Oceanus makes its second of five weekly stops at Port Angeles City Pier this morning. The 295-foot, Seattle-based liner is making… Continue reading

Forks: Mayor to detail/discuss D.C. meetings

Forks Mayor Phil Arbeiter and City Attorney/Planner Rod Fleck are expected to return from Washington, D.C., today in time to attend the Forks City Council… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Officials want public’s help with vision

The first of eight public workshops to discuss the future of Olympic National Park will be held tonight in Port Angeles Park service officials are… Continue reading