Peninsula Daily News

SPORTS: North Kitsap dominates cross country meet at Port Angeles — plus other prep results

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES -- North Kitsap topped Port Angeles and Bremerton in both the boys and girls races during Wednesday's cross country meet… Continue reading

Brinnon man dies in one-car crash

BRINNON -- A 21-year-old Brinnon man was killed in a one-car crash Tuesday night on U.S. Highway 101, the State Patrol said. No other people… Continue reading

Olympic National Park to close Hurricane Ridge’s Sunrise snowplay area for good

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- A popular tubing and sliding area for older children and adults at Hurricane Ridge is too dangerous to be opened this… Continue reading

Stolen car burns near Beaver

BEAVER -- Clallam County Fire District No. 1 firefighters smothered a blaze in a stolen 2005 blue Suzuki on Tuesday. As an officer talked to… Continue reading

Harbor-Works on schedule, board told

PORT ANGELES -- Harbor-Works Development Authority is on schedule according to goals set by its board about four months ago, Executive Director Jeff Lincoln told… Continue reading

Ecology director named governor’s chief of staff

OLYMPIA — Jay Manning, a Kitsap County native who has been state ecology director for four years, will become Gov. Chris Gregoire's chief of staff… Continue reading

Clallam County candidate forums Tuesday; Oct. 15; Oct. 19

SEQUIM — A candidates forum is scheduled at the Sequim Senior Activity Center, 921 E. Hammond St., at 7 p.m. Thursday. It will include incumbent… Continue reading

Harbor-Works public forum set for Thursday (Oct. 8)

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Harbor-Works Development Authority will hold a public forum about the redevelopment of the Rayonier property on Thursday. The forum… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum blasts Life Christian; other prep football reports

PORT TOWNSEND -- Chimacum rolled up a 39-0 lead at halftime against Life Christian Academy on Friday on the way to a 39-20 homecoming victory.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s soccer upsets No. 2-ranked Walla Walla

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College Pirates made a very loud noise in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community College soccer world Saturday with a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles soccer, volleyball teams eliminated from playoffs

YELM -- The Port Angeles girls soccer season ended with heartbreak after a subdistrict loser-out loss to Yelm on Tuesday night. The Roughriders (6-8-1), who… Continue reading

Vigils remember domestic violence victims

Victims of domestic violence will be remembered in vigils on the North Olympic Peninsula this month. The Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program of Jefferson County will… Continue reading

Water flow from dams to increase in Elwha River

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- Additional water is being released from the dams on the Elwha River to augment a low stream flow and protect Chinook… Continue reading

High school football results

FRIDAY RESULTS Adna 42, White Pass/Morton 0 Almira/Coulee-Hartline 46, Wellpinit 0 Archbishop Murphy 56, Coupeville 0 Asotin 36, Tekoa-Oakesdale/Rosalia 19 Auburn Mountainview 13, Franklin Pierce… Continue reading

Prescribed burns planned in Olympic National Forest

Prescribed burns will begin soon in the Olympic National Forest on both the east and west sides of the North Olympic Peninsula. The annual controlled… Continue reading

Sequim free health clinic gains new board member

SEQUIM -- Dorothea Hover-Kramer has joined the board of directors of the Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic, where health care volunteers offers free care… Continue reading

Gems show, concerts, fun walks and mandalas among this weekend’s offerings

Gems, sweet songs and Tibetan sand mandalas are among the jewels offered on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Here are a few of the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS COLUMN: Silvers galore in Strait of Juan de Fuca

EDITOR'S NOTE: Outdoors columnist Matt Schubert is on vacation. His columns will resume Wednesday. The kings are a little shy but the silvers are coming… Continue reading

SPORTS: High school football previews

PORT ANGELES -- Week five marks the midpoint of the 10-week high school football regular season and nearly all local schools are still alive in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend dunks Sequim in swimming; other prep reports

SEQUIM -- Port Townsend's girls swimming team swamped the undermanned Sequim Wolves 127-35 in Olympic League action at Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center on Thursday. The… Continue reading