Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles: Watershed plan meeting today

An open house on the Elwha-Dungeness Watershed Plan will be held in Room 160 of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles,… Continue reading

Jefferson: Machine repaired; vote count to resume today

A vote tabulation machine is functioning again and will be counting primary election ballots again as early as 8 this morning, Jefferson County Auditor Donna… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Voter forum set for Thursday

PORT ANGELES -- A public forum on the pros and cons of four ballot measures in the Nov. 2 election will be held Thursday. The… Continue reading

Clallam: “Top 100” honors for Olympic Medical Center

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Medical Center has been named one of the top 100 U.S. hospitals based on an evaluation of its finances and community… Continue reading

Peninsula: Rep. Dicks to discuss sewer proposal

Officials from the city of Sequim, the Jamestown S"Klallam tribe and other entities will meet today with Norm Dicks, the North Olympic Peninsula's congressman, to… Continue reading

Clallam: 2 collisions, no serious injuries in county

Clallam County law enforcement officers and medics were kept busy Wednesday with two car crashes and an erratically driven tractor-trailer on U.S. Highway 101. Nobody… Continue reading

Clallam: Reception slated for physicians, nurses

PORT ANGELES -- The third bimonthly reception for active and retired physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants will be hosted by the United Way Volunteers… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School Board selects levy voting date

The Port Angeles School Board on Monday night selected Feb. 8 as the date of the district's next maintenance and operations levy election. The amount… Continue reading

Jefferson: Kingston foot ferry delayed until December

Passenger-ferry service between Kingston and downtown Seattle has been delayed until December. Aqua Express, a consortium of marine businesses, said it needs to improve the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: 9/11 memorial set for Saturday

PORT ANGELES -- A 9/11 observance and public safety tribute will be held at the Francis Street Waterfront Park and Public Safety Monument at noon… Continue reading

SHINE: Hood Canal Bridge to get new cable next week

Replacement of a broken steel cable that helps hold the Hood Canal Bridge in place is scheduled to begin Thursday. State Department of Transportation Olympic… Continue reading

Clallam: Tsunami workshops begin today

Beginning today, Clallam County, state and federal officials present a series of free workshops this week about what to do in the event of a… Continue reading

Jefferson: Humpback whales spotted off Port Townsend

With tails the size of your living room slapping the water as they dived, a pair of humpback whales visited the Strait of Juan de… Continue reading

Clallam: Watershed plan available for review

Clallam County commissioners will conduct a public hearing on the Elwha-Dungeness Watershed Plan at 10 a.m. Sept. 21 at the county courthouse, 223 E. Fourth… Continue reading

Peninsula: Labor Day holiday openings listed

Today's holiday celebrating Labor Day will provide a three-day weekend for many North Olympic Peninsula workers. All Washington state, Clallam and Jefferson county offices and… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Upcoming Wooden Boat Festival to be “hot” with Wi-Fi service

PORT TOWNSEND -- You won't need to find an Internet cafe if you attend this coming weekend's Wooden Boat Festival. The entire festival venue will… Continue reading

Clallam: Primary ballot returns lag

Clallam County's auditor called the primary vote returns so far "a bit disappointing." The new Montana-style primary, which has caused voter confusion, is believed to… Continue reading

Jefferson: Ballot returns slower, too

About 21 percent of 12,616 absentee ballots mailed in the Sept. 14 primary election have been returned to the Jefferson County Auditor's Office. That's about… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Human remains found on Glen Cove beach may be Native American, Sheriff’s Office says

PORT TOWNSEND -- Hannah Von Lossow, 14, a Seattle resident who frequently visits the Port Townsend area, was throwing rocks on a private beach near… Continue reading