Peninsula Daily News

Sports: 24 turnovers doom Roughriders to 57-51 loss . . . plus other Saturday results

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles High School boys basketball team lost 57-51 to Bellarmine Prep in nonleague play Saturday. "We had opportunities to tie… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Eighth Street bridge meeting TODAY

Port Angeles city officials are meeting with representatives from businesses and special interest groups from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. today, Friday, at City Hall,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Trail project finished

The construction signs came down Thursday afternoon and the newly paved 1.6-mile section of the Olympic Discovery Trail east of the Rayonier property is open,… Continue reading

Sports: PA swimming/diving team wins 101-70

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles High School boys swimming and diving team dunked Olympic 101-70 in a Narrows League dual meet Thursday. The Roughriders… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Elks building intertwined in community’s social fabric

PORT ANGELES -- For 76 years, the town's tallest building has been a focal point for gatherings, plays, conventions -- and even a performance by… Continue reading

Sports: Forks girls beat Sequim in nonleague basketball

FORKS -- The Class 2A Forks High School girls basketball team won 40-30 over 3A Sequim in nonleague play on Tuesday. Forks was led by… Continue reading

Forks: Poor weather postpones rocket launch

Two aerospace engineers hope to launch a 10-foot-tall, three-stage rocket sometime this week after wet West End weather and air-space scheduling issues postponed the launch… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Chamber to hear from San Juan Airlines president on Monday

PORT ANGELES -- Clyde Carlson, president of San Juan Airlines, will speak to the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce's weekly meeting on Monday. Carlson will… Continue reading

Remembering Pearl Harbor: Ceremonies in Sequim today and Tuesday

Pearl Harbor Day will be observed in Sequim at two separate events today and Tuesday. State Rep. Jim Buck, R-Joyce, will raise the American flag… Continue reading

Tips for avoiding the flu

The season for influenza is just beginning on the North Olympic Peninsula, and public health officials are asking people to protect themselves and others against… Continue reading

Forks: Community twinkles in Christmas season tonight

FORKS -- The Christmas season is brilliantly illuminated tonight with the Twinkle Light Holiday Parade. The parade begins at 6:30 p.m. today in downtown and… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Community welcomes Santa, lights Christmas tree Saturday

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Key City puts on its Yuletide finery Saturday for the annual Victorian Tree Lighting Ceremony. And Santa Claus once again takes… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles beats Bremerton in swimming

BREMERTON -- The Port Angeles High School boys swimming team won 11 of 12 events on Thursday, defeating Bremerton 86-56 in Narrows League competition. Jackson… Continue reading

Kalakala ferry due to be towed to La Conner

The owner of the historical ferry Kalakala plans to move the vessel by the end of the week from Seattle's Union Lake to LaConner. Steve… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Photographer of Pearl Harbor attack to be on TV documentary

Port Angeles resident Lee Embree, whose aerial photographs of the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor are now in the National Archives, is one… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim edges Port Angeles in swim meet

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles Roughriders won 10 of 12 events but archrival Sequim used a deeper team to win a competitive nonleague boys… Continue reading

Strong winds blow across Peninsula

A surge of strong winds knocked out power to several North Olympic Peninsula communities Tuesday night and forced the closing of the Coast Guard's Port… Continue reading

Port Angeles bridge to be closed Thursday

Both lanes of Port Angeles' Eighth Street bridge over Tumwater Creek -- the westernmost span -- will be closed Thursday from 8 a.m. until 5… Continue reading

Peninsula cleans up, power restored after strong winds blow through

Power was restored to about 300 utility customers east of Port Angeles on Saturday after winds gusting to 50 mph flattened trees, knocked power poles… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Victoria Express, Harmon honored by hydroplane association

Jack Harmon and Victoria Express, his foot-passenger ferry between Port Angeles and Victoria, were honored by the Unlimited Light Hydroplane Racing Association as 2003 Race… Continue reading