Peninsula Daily News

Woman held for investigation after suspicious fire at Sequim motel

SEQUIM -- A fire destroyed a Sequim motel room Saturday night, and while no one was injured, a woman was jailed while police investigate attempted… Continue reading

Buck, Woods press new demand for graving yard probe

This statement was released by state Rep. Jim Buck's office in Olympia on Friday: Saying that they have little confidence in the state Department of… Continue reading

More water service to be shut off in Port Angeles on Tuesday

PORT ANGELES -- Water service will be shut off from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to most city water customers east of Race Street… Continue reading

Port Ludlow man named Brinnon fire chief

BRINNON -- A veteran firefighter from Port Ludlow who vowed to work for the Brinnon area has been named chief of Jefferson County Fire District… Continue reading

Tribe, state agency feel the backlash

NEAH BAY -- The Makah tribal chairman, Ben Johnson, says that hostile public response to last week's published reports that quoted state Fish and Wildlife… Continue reading

Ball in the House sings tonight

PORT ANGELES -- Ball in the House, an a cappella group, performs tonight in the Port Angeles High School auditorium, 304 E. Park Ave. The… Continue reading

Crescent High School names coach

JOYCE -- Lee Keown, the Crescent High School girls basketball coach, has been named the school's head boys and girls track and field coach. His… Continue reading

Defective part blamed for Internet service shutdown in Port Townsend area

CableSpeed Internet service went out for six hours on Wednesday, cutting off e-mail and Web access to most Port Townsend-area Millennium Digital Media cable customers.… Continue reading

Peninsula marketing consortium today discusses pending closures of Hood Canal Bridge

The Olympic Peninsula Joint Marketing Committee, a consortium of chambers of commerce and tourism groups, meets today to discuss proposed Hood Canal Bridge closure dates… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council rejects bid to put fluoridation on advisory ballot

Fluoridating the Port Angeles city water supply won't be going to a public vote. The City Council decided 5-2 Tuesday night against a proposal to… Continue reading

Finalists announced for Sequim Citizen of Year award

SEQUIM -- Dave Blake, Emily Westcott, and Bob and Evelyn Hough were named finalists Monday for the 2004 Sequim Citizen of the Year award presented… Continue reading

Graving yard agreement lists no deadlines

An edited version of the March 17 Port Angeles graving yard agreement -- not called a contract but a "memorandum of agreement,"' a "site treatment… Continue reading

How many times have you become homeless over the past three years?

How many times have you become homeless over the past three years? What situations have caused you to become homeless? Where did you stay last… Continue reading

Sequim shopping center changes its look

SEQUIM -- The Sequim Village Center is undergoing more than $500,000 worth of updates and renovations aimed at keeping the center attractive to shoppers and… Continue reading

Boy who allegedly threatened football coaches will be tried as juvenile

SEQUIM -- A 14-year-old Sequim boy charged with attempting to kill three football coaches will not be tried as an adult. Both the prosecution and… Continue reading

Emphasis patrols along U.S. 101 safety corridor planned in Clallam County

Four law enforcement agencies will be conducting unannounced special emphasis patrols on U.S. Highway 101 as part of the Driving 101 Traffic Safety Project launched… Continue reading

Here’s the text of the Jan. 21 letter and memo to Gov. Christine Gregoire

Dear Governor Gregoire: Attached please find our Principles for Resolution of the Port Angeles Graving Yard Situation, signed by several government and organizational representatives of… Continue reading

Sonny Sixkiller to become celebrity spokesman for 7 Cedars Casino

BLYN -- Legendary University of Washington Huskies quarterback Sonny Sixkiller will become celebrity spokesman for 7 Cedars Casino, officials of the casino announced Thursday. Sixkiller… Continue reading

Water projects to get state funding aid

PORT HADLOCK -- A low-interest loan to pay a large share of a water system for Marrowstone Island is part of a bill approved by… Continue reading

Sports: Forks wins easily in game with Tenino

FORKS -- Great defense and a second half blowout led Forks to an easy 65-34 Southwest Washington League boys basketball victory over Tenino on Tuesday.… Continue reading