Peninsula Daily News

Peninsula: Ballot counting resumes today

North Olympic Peninsula elections officials will continue counting general election ballots today. In Clallam County, at least 8,300 ballots will be tallied. Jefferson County officials… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Council continues hearing on water, sewer rates

Port Angeles residents will get another chance Nov. 19 to comment on a potential water rate increase. Sewer rates won't be increasing, though. The council… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Sailboat runs aground

The 43-foot steel sailboat Gia ran aground Tuesday night in Port Townsend Bay. Two vessel assist boats were dispatched to help dislodge the vessel from… Continue reading

Olympic National Park asking for public comment on facility repair projects

Olympic National Park is seeking public comment on its plan to rehabilitate two historic backcountry shelters and replace two backcountry trail bridges. "We invite interested… Continue reading

Peninsula: Writers, poets and photographers wanted

Tidepools 2003 is looking for a few good writers, poets and photographers. Tidepools is a literary magazine published annually by Peninsula College, with support from… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Roberts murder trial resumes today

The trial of accused murderer Thomas Martin Roberts resumes today in Clallam County Superior Court with defense witnesses. Roberts, 56, is charged with aggravated first-degree… Continue reading

Sports: Chimacum beats rival Port Townsend 38-14

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jesse Minish scored three touchdowns and Chimacum High School knocked off its neighbor and rival Port Townsend 38-14 in a Nisqually League… Continue reading

Clallam: Five business clusters now move ahead

PORT ANGELES -- Five of Clallam netWork's cluster groups now move forward to develop business plans to make their action plans a reality. While moving… Continue reading

Peninsula: Are you feeling a little chilly?

The frigid nighttime temperatures that have blanketed the North Olympic Peninsula this week will continue through the weekend. Except for the possibility of some morning… Continue reading

Trial of man accused in attack on Port Townsend woman continues

Defense attorneys in Idaho began their arguments Thursday in the trial of Jeremy Flores Sanchez, one of four alleged assailants charged in an attack on… Continue reading

Halloween activities abound in Clallam County

It's the day of chills and thrills. And to celebrate Halloween, agencies across Clallam County are hosting costume contests, handing out candy and celebrating in… Continue reading

Port Townsend woman takes stand in Idaho trial of her alleged attacker

Linda LeBrane of Port Townsend took the stand Wednesday in the second trial connected with a brutal attack in which she was left for dead… Continue reading

Clallam: Televised candidate interviews to be broadcast again

Peninsula News Network and the PDN are repeating the interview series "Questions for Candidates"' this week on Northland Cable Channel 3 in Port Angeles and… Continue reading

West End: Congressman Norm Dicks will tour Forks and LaPush today.

Dicks, D-Bremerton, will visit Forks High School from 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. and speak at the Forks Chamber of Commerce meeting at the Smoke… Continue reading

On the line: What Clallam County jobs are targeted

The 18 Clallam County positions recommended for elimination in the 2003 county budget, effective Jan. 1: * Assessment clerk and assessment technician in the Assessor's… Continue reading

West End: Major rivers closed to fishing because of low flows

All major West End rivers have been closed to sport fishing to protect salmon prevented from moving upstream to spawn by extreme low-water conditions. In… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Murder trial enters second week today

The second week of the Thomas Martin Roberts murder trial begins at 10 a.m. today in Clallam County Superior Court. Western State Hospital doctors who… Continue reading

To readers of

The only North Olympic Peninsula guide to fall and winter attractions and activities is in today's editions of the PDN. The fall/winter 2002-2003 North Olympic… Continue reading

To readers of

The only North Olympic Peninsula guide to fall and winter attractions and activities is hot off the press and coming in Monday's editions of the… Continue reading

Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts and PDN invite you to “Tangoheart” tonight

PORT ANGELES -- Get ready for flash and flair of tango. The Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts will present the Seattle City Sextet… Continue reading