Peninsula Daily News

Seaport security takes center stage in terror fight

Imagine . . . Suicide terrorists pulling a boat alongside a heavily laden oil tanker in Port Angeles Harbor -- and detonating it, the way… Continue reading

Sequim: Olympic Discovery Trail bridge is fixed, reopened

The foot-path trestle at Railroad Bridge Park reopened earlier this week after repairs were completed. A section of the trestle was destroyed last Tuesday when… Continue reading

Two important guides are newly published and available from the Peninsula Daily News

Copies of Vote 2001, the Peninsula Daily News" voter guide designed to inform voters about candidates and issues in the Nov. 6 election, are available… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Canoe to be carved from cedar tree

Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members will cut down a 165-foot western cedar today to be carved into an ocean-going ceremonial canoe. Tribal Executive Director John… Continue reading

Two important guides are newly published and available from the Peninsula Daily News

Copies of Vote 2001, the Peninsula Daily News" voter guide designed to inform voters about candidates and issues in the Nov. 6 election, are available… Continue reading

Peninsula: Mail-in ballot turnout tops 40% in Jefferson, 29% in Clallam

Mail-in ballots continue to be returned to election officials in Clallam and Jefferson counties for the Nov. 6 general election. As of Tuesday, the Clallam… Continue reading

Sequim: Wolves finish season with perfect record in volleyball

SEQUIM -- The Sequim Wolves finished the Nisqually League with a perfect record in volleyball after beating North Mason in three games on Monday night.… Continue reading

Two important guides are newly published and available

Two important guides are newly published and available from the Peninsula Daily News. Copies of Vote 2001, the Peninsula Daily News" voter guide designed to… Continue reading

Joyce: State lifts boil-water advisory on Crescent system

The Crescent Water System received a clean bill of health -- and a lifting of a boil-water advisory -- from the state Department of Health… Continue reading

Two important guides are newly published and available

Two important guides are newly published and available from the Peninsula Daily News. Copies of Vote 2001, the Peninsula Daily News" voter guide designed to… Continue reading

Calendar of Halloween activities

Here's a calendar of some of the Halloween activities on the Peninsula. A full report appears in Peninsula Spotlight in the Friday/Saturday Peninsula Daily News,… Continue reading

LaPush: Quileute developing shellfish toxin test

LAPUSH -- Quileute biologists are developing a test to more quickly detect harmful toxins in shellfish, a staple food in tribal members" diets. The tribe,… Continue reading

Two important guides are newly published and available

Two important guides are newly published and available from the Peninsula Daily News. Copies of the Peninsula Daily News" voter guide, designed to inform voters… Continue reading

Two important guides are newly published and available

Two important guides are newly published and available from the Peninsula Daily News. Copies of the Peninsula Daily News" voter guide, designed to inform voters… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port mulls MagnaForce lease

PORT ANGELES -- MagnaForce Inc. officials want to expand their operation at the airport industrial park to continue testing LEVX, the company's magnetic-levitation, or mag-lev,… Continue reading

Peninsula: Season’s first big storm blows through area

Real mariners, like the Seattle Mariners, found themselves in dire straits Monday night as the first major fall/winter storm of the season bore down on… Continue reading

Peninsula’s ONLY fall-winter visitors guide debuts today!

The Peninsula Daily News presents the 84-page North Olympic Peninsula Newcomers" and Visitors' Guide for fall/winter. It's a handy and concise magazine chock full of… Continue reading

Clallam and Jefferson Voters Guides exclusively in today’s Peninsula Daily News

This voters guide contains information candidates running for office in contested races in the Nov. 6 general election in Clallam and Jefferson counties. And it's… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Annexation outreach meeting tonight

PORT ANGELES -- One of the most controversial elements of the proposed eastside annexation -- Local Improvement Districts -- will be discussed at a public… Continue reading

Peninsula: Jobless rate declines during September

The unemployment rate improved in Clallam and Jefferson counties during September Figures released Tuesday by the state Employment Security Department show Clallam County unemployment declined… Continue reading