Peninsula Daily News

Clallam: Pharmacist appointed to Olympic hospital board

Jim Cammack, founder of Jim's Pharmacy in Port Angeles, was appointed to the board of commissioners of Olympic Medical Center on Wednesday night. The vote… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Skate park design to be unveiled

The Port Angeles skate park committee will be unveiling the plans for the new skate park at 7 p.m. today at the Vern Burton Community… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Fire probe ends inconclusively

The investigation's over, but Chimacum-based firefighters say they have yet to determine the cause of a blaze that left two Port Hadlock families homeless last… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Cityhood discussion today

The Port Ludlow Village Council will discuss the benefits and detriments of becoming a city when it meets today. Residents are invited to attend the… Continue reading

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A computer software glitch caused by a power failure caused the wrong caption to appear beneath a photo on the PDN's Internet site Wednesday. The… Continue reading

Clallam: Commissioners tap Tharinger for chairman’s post

Clallam County commissioners on Tuesday elected Commissioner Steve Tharinger, D-Dungeness, as the board's chairman for a one-year term. Commissioner Mike Chapman, R-Port Angeles, was elected… Continue reading

Jefferon: Sheriff takes office online

Less than a week after taking office, Jefferson County Sheriff Mike Brasfield has given his agency a new home on the Internet. The site features… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Topic is parking at meeting tonight

Port Angeles Downtown Association members have scheduled a special meeting at 6 p.m. today to discuss the parking structure proposal presented to city of Port… Continue reading

Peninsula: Tribes’ Paddle Journey calendar available

BLYN -- The Jamestown S"Klallam tribe has produced a calendar which documents the tribes participation in the 2002 Paddle Journey to Taholah. The calendars are… Continue reading

Peninsula Home Fund rises to record $67,048

Thanks to a surge of last-minute contributions, a record-breaking $67,048.87 from people and organizations in Clallam and Jefferson counties was contributed to the Peninsula Daily… Continue reading

West End: Surf Frolic goes inland to river

LAPUSH -- Predicted gale force winds and a high surf advisory may have kept 2003 LaPush Surf Frolic kayakers off the beach Saturday. But the… Continue reading

Jefferson: County officials to be sworn in today

Jefferson County will swear in all county officials elected in November at a ceremony at 9 a.m. today. The event will take place in the… Continue reading

Clallam: Commissioners make 2003 appointments to boards and committees

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County commissioners on Tuesday named new members to the Permit Advisory Board, the Marine Resources Committee and the Heritage Advisory Board.… Continue reading

Peninsula: Rain shadow protects most population centers from rugged storm

The rain shadow provided by the Olympic Mountains was a windshield Friday and Saturday as a rugged winter windstorm funneled around the mountains and into… Continue reading

Jefferson: Christmas dinner “best ever”

More than 300 people were served at the Jefferson County community Christmas dinner on Wednesday, organizer Linda Haskell said Thursday. An additional 49 meals were… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Shallow quake jolts area

A small, shallow earthquake centered near Port Angeles jolted parts of the North Olympic Peninsula late Thursday night. University of Washington seismologists gave the "micro… Continue reading

Sequim: RV destroyed in early morning fire

An unoccupied 36-foot recreational vehicle was destroyed by fire early Thursday on Big Foot Lane, off West Sequim Bay Road in Sequim. Clallam County Fire… Continue reading

Peninsula: What to do if the rains come

With winds of up to 65 mph expected across the North Olympic Peninsula this afternoon, Port Angeles Fire Chief Dan McKeen advises people to take… Continue reading

Deck the halls on channel 3!

Port Angeles and Sequim high schools' winter concerts are being rebroadcast to Northland Cable television viewers today and Wednesday. The Port Angeles High School winter… Continue reading

Port Townsend: More ferry runs altered by low tides

Expected low tides have prompted Washington State Ferries officials to alter the Port Townsend-Keystone sailing schedule for today. The low tides have prompted officials to… Continue reading