Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend: Jazz festival resonates through town

PORT TOWNSEND -- The sweet sounds of jazz are resonating throughout Port Townsend this weekend. Centrum is hosting the silver anniversary of Jazz Port Townsend… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Resort proposal to be aired today

The proposed resort complex will be presented at a news conference today. The session is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. upstairs at the Port… Continue reading

Gardiner: Woman, child hurt in crash on U.S. Highway 101

A woman and a toddler were injured late Sunday afternoon and airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after vehicle in which they were passengers… Continue reading

Peninsula: Paddle Journey canoes head for Clallam Bay

Makah tribal canoeists will lead more than 25 canoes from Northwest and First Nations tribes participating in the 2003 Paddle Journey to Clallam Bay today.… Continue reading

Great Peninsula events this weekend: Celebrate Lavender Festival in Sequim, Quileute Days in LaPush, Hadlock Days in Port Hadlock, Jefferson County Fly-In in Port Townsend and more!

All the information you need on this fantastic weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula appears in the Friday/Saturday PDN and especially its entertainment magazine, Peninsula… Continue reading

Port Townsend: First clue in guessing Film Festival celebrity given

The first clue of the Port Townsend Film Festival's "Guess the Guest" contest is as follows: "In 1946, our guest and her sister auditioned for… Continue reading

Jefferson: Condition of boy struck by car upgraded

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS PORT TOWNSEND -- A 5-year-old boy who suffered massive head injuries in a Saturday bicycle crash has been upgraded at a Seattle… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Pedestrian hit by truck in satisfactory condition

The 23-year-old Port Hadlock man hit by a car on Cedar Avenue on Wednesday has been upgraded to satisfactory condition at Harborview Medical Center in… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Gov. Locke at Democratic fund-raiser Saturday

Gov. Gary Locke will be in Port Townsend on Saturday to participate in the ninth annual Jefferson County Democratic Party Fish Feast. The event is… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles High School graduate signs letter of intent with Peninsula College

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles High School graduate Allison Crumb tops the growing list of athletes who have recently signed letters of intent to play… Continue reading

UPDATE: Port Angeles: Eastside area to be without power Friday night for 5 hours

Power to an area south of East Fifth Street in Port Angeles will be shut off from 10 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday so… Continue reading

Gardiner: Fuel removed from stranded sailboat

The Coast Guard Marine Safety Office on Monday removed 45 gallons of diesel fuel from a 41-foot sailboat that ran aground Sunday in Discovery Bay.… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Buying at garage sales

Three dollars for an espresso machine; a cordless drill -- never used -- for about six bucks. The Mikasa butter dish that completes a collection… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Garage sales and thrift stores help each other

Garage sales often act as suppliers for the thrift shops, several North Olympic Peninsula store managers say. "It's more of a symbiotic relationship than competition,"… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Our staff looks at how garage sales grow into an important part of the Peninsula culture

As the sun warms the early morning air, hundreds of North Olympic Peninsula residents leave their homes in pursuit of bargains at garage sales. For… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Selling at garage sales

Before most people wake up, others are out posting day-glo signs and labeling once treasured belongings with prices tags reading $.25 and $1. It's a… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Tricks of the garage sale trade

* The early bird gets the bargain. Most sellers say they do a good portion of their total business during the sale's first hour. *… Continue reading

Exclusive: Fourth of July events across the Peninsula listed in Peninsula Spotlight

A complete schedule of Fourth of July events across the North Olympic Peninsula is in Peninsula Spotlight magazine in today's Peninsula Daily News. Click on… Continue reading

Peninsula: No fireworks in forests

Using or possessing fireworks of any kind is illegal on all private, state and national forests throughout the year due to fire danger. The state… Continue reading

Peninsula: Shooting off of fireworks legal in some areas, illegal in others

The discharging of personal fireworks is limited -- and even restricted in some areas -- across the North Olympic Peninsula. Port Townsend has banned the… Continue reading