Peninsula Daily News

Clallam: New skills center taking enrollments

The new North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center is enrolling students for the 2002-03 school year. Classes are open to students ages 16 to 21 without… Continue reading

Peninsula: Sequim man appointed to college board

Arturo Flores of Sequim has been appointed by Gov. Gary Locke as a Peninsula College trustee. Gov. Gary Locke appointed Flores to fill a vacancy… Continue reading

Victoria: Queen’s jubilee visit itinerary announced

VICTORIA -- Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate much of the 50th year of her monarchy Oct. 6 within a short walk of where the ferry… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Olympic Medical Center’s cardiac rehabilitation program recertified

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Medical Center's cardiac rehabilitation program has been recertified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. "Our cardiac rehabilitation program… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School Board approves budget

The Port Angeles School Board approved a balanced $34.8 million budget for fiscal 2002-03 Monday night. But the board was told that the current budget,… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Final day for 78th annual Makah Days today

Color, pageantry and tradition again marked Makah Days on Saturday, and more can be expected on the final day today. The 78th annual Makah Days… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Salmon carcasses float ashore in harbor

PORT ANGELES -- Dozens and perhaps hundreds of salmon carcasses floated to shore in Port Angeles Harbor on Saturday afternoon. Many of the fish carcasses,… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Partial City Council OKs interim tree ordinance

The Port Townsend City Council voted Thursday to extend the city's interim tree-clearing ordinance after its passage was blocked Monday night. The council voted 4-0… Continue reading

Cape Flattery: Slow winds greet start of tall ship race to San Francisco

Tall Ship Challenge mariners were hoping for stronger winds today to push them toward San Francisco. On the first day of racing Wednesday, the crews… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Skills center ground-breaking set Friday

PORT ANGELES -- The North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center and Business Incubator Facility will conduct a groundbreaking ceremony Friday at the future location of the… Continue reading

Sequim: Your chance to speak out

SEQUIM -- The city Planning Commission will take public input on a rezoning application by Burrowes Properties LLC at 7 tonight in the community center,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: “Dream playground” nears reality

PORT ANGELES -- The kids who helped design it call it "the coolest thing ever."' Adults call it simply "the Dream Playground." There's less than… Continue reading

Clallam: Marine biologists visit Salt Creek beach

JOYCE -- Fog didn't stop Anne Shaffer and Dave Shreffler from keeping their appointed seining rounds early Saturday morning at the mouth of Salt Creek.… Continue reading

West End: Quileute analyzing Bogachiel watershed

LAPUSH -- Mosquitoes follow Gene Gaddis and his crew of two as they scramble over a fallen tree in a small tributary of the Bogachiel… Continue reading

Sequim: Oyster parasite found in Dungeness Bay

SEQUIM -- Well, Washington is first again. First, this time, in the United States to discover the presence of Mikrocytos mackini, a parasite that causes… Continue reading

Sequim: Winery wins medals

SEQUIM -- Lost Mountain Winery has received two silver medals in the Seattle Enological Society's Pacific Northwest Wine Judging competition in Seattle. --------------- The rest… Continue reading

Quilcene: Skokomish tribe restoring salmon habitat

QUILCENE -- The Skokomish tribe is in the first phase of its Big Quilcene River fish habitat restoration project. The tribe is placing several large… Continue reading

Peninsula: Hoteliers to discuss PA’s downtown convention center plan

PORT ANGELES -- Local motel owners are holding a closed-door meeting at 7 p.m. tonight at the Best Western Olympic Lodge, located at 140 DelGuzzi… Continue reading

Forks: Anti-drug, alcohol rally to be held Saturday

FORKS - A drug and alcohol awareness rally will be held Saturday, Aug. 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Common Ground, across from… Continue reading

Jefferson County Fair this weekend!

The Jefferson County Fair, Aug. 9-11, carries a special theme for a healing country this year. In memory of all that occurred on Sept. 11… Continue reading