Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles: Multicultural task force meets on Wednesday

PORT ANGELES -- The city's Community Multicultural Task Force meets for the first time in almost a year on Wednesday. The meeting, open to the… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Where were you in ’82? “Officer and Gentleman” reunion next month

PORT TOWNSEND -- No matter whether you were an officer, a gentleman or a gofer, You're invited to a reunion Nov. 21. Local cast and… Continue reading

Port Angeles units among Coast Guard contingent working small oil spill in San Juans

FRIDAY HARBOR -- A small fuel spill was reported Saturday in the San Juan Islands, and Coast Guard units from Port Angeles and elsewhere were… Continue reading

Peninsula: Area gets healthy dose of tourism revenues

Clallam County's take of 2004 hotel/motel tax revenues through July is up almost 8 percent over the same period last year, and Jefferson County has… Continue reading

You’re invited to view TV taping of only area appearance of congressional candidates

An hour-long TV forum features congressional candidates Rep. Norm Dicks and Doug Cloud tonight, Thursday, in their only scheduled North Olympic Peninsula appearance together --… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Ferry cancellations this week

Washington State Ferries' MV Quinault continues to be idled for two scheduled evening runs each day Tuesday through Thursday because of low tides and ebb… Continue reading

Other weekend activities on North Olympic Peninsula

Wheelchair and power scooter racing. Pumpkin decorating. Art studio touring. Storytelling. Whatzit deciphering. And old-fashioned political rallying. Something appeal to you? This weekend's activities across… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Four ferry runs tonight and Friday canceled by low tides, ebb currents

Washington State Ferries' MV Quinault will be left at the dock for two scheduled runs tonight and Friday because of low tides and ebb currents… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim wins, looking forward to district volleyball competition

STEILACOOM -- The Sequim Wolves are on a roll in Nisqually League volleyball action and looking forward to districts. The Wolves pounded the Steilacoom Sentinels… Continue reading

China, cat which fell 60 feet, undergoes surgery

The cat which fell more than 60 feet onto shoreline rocks on the Strait of Juan de Fuca after spending 11 nights in a tree… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge to be closed intermittently today

Today's the day that the Hood Canal Bridge will be closed for up to 30 minutes at a time to allow crews to conduct ballast… Continue reading

Meet the candidates

The public is invited to attend these political forums across the North Olympic Peninsula this week: Thursday * 2 p.m.: Guy Cole Convention Center, Carrie… Continue reading

Jefferson: Huntingford elected to state counties association post

Jefferson County commissioners' Chairman Glen Huntingford has been named secretary-treasurer of the Washington State Association of Counties. County commissioners from around the state elected Hungtingford,… Continue reading

West End: State Highway 112 to reopen Wednesday with more environmentally friendly Jim Creek culvert

PYSHT -- The scenic highway across the western top of the North Olympic Peninsula will be whole again on Wednesday. That straightens out a detour… Continue reading

Election forums in Clallam County

Political forums in Port Angeles, Forks and Sequim will give voters a chance to learn about issues in the Nov. 2 general election as well… Continue reading

Election forums in Jefferson county

Political forums in Port Townsend, Chimacum and Marrowstone Island this week will give voters a chance meet candidates in the Nov. 2 election and ask… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge to be closed intermittently on Wednesday

The Hood Canal Bridge will be closed for up to 30 minutes at a time on Wednesday to allow crews to conduct ballast checks on… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Westside street, park to be closed for pipeline project

The stretch of Port Angeles' Fourth Street between Hill and N streets is closed to through traffic beginning today for the installation of sewer and… Continue reading

Voter forums scheduled in Clallam

THE LEAGUE OF Women Voters of Clallam County, in conjunction with the American Association of University Women and Peninsula Daily News, will hold two forums… Continue reading

14 skulls found in a pit at graving yard

LOWER ELWHA KLALLAM Tribal Chairwoman Frances G. Charles says a pit containing 14 human skulls has been uncovered at the graving yard site. The discovery… Continue reading