Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles: Peabody Street repaving work starts today

Flaggers and traffic delays on Peabody Street just south of First Street are on the horizon as a repaving project begins today and continues into… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Canadian company purchasing Crown Pacific sawmill

PORT ANGELES -- A Canadian lumber company plans to purchase the high-tech Crown Pacific Partners LP sawmill in Port Angeles as it expands its operations… Continue reading

Private Kingston-Seattle ferry service OK”d; Aqua Express hopes to start runs to Seattle by October

KINGSTON -- Long sought by commuters in Jefferson and Kitsap counties, a passenger-only ferry between Kingston and Seattle has been approved by state regulators. The… Continue reading

Sequim: City Council to revisit 314-home project

SEQUIM -- The City Council on Monday will revisit a decision made July 28 that gave a green light to a large housing development on… Continue reading

Blyn: Traveling Vietnam memorial opens today

BLYN -- An exhibit dedicated to military veterans, especially Vietnam service members who were killed or are missing in action, begins a three-day visit today.… Continue reading

Shine: Hood Canal Bridge stuck open for 34 minutes

The troublesome eastern span of the Hood Canal Bridge was stuck open Wednesday afternoon, but crews quickly fixed the problem. In fact, most delayed motorists… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Sequim to celebrate America’s birthday

Port Angeles and Sequim will celebrate the Fourth of July with an array of activities including parades, public concerts, a flag-raising ceremony, a community picnic… Continue reading

Sequim: Citizens group settles; regional shopping center to proceed

Citizens group Sequim First has agreed to drop its judicial appeal of a regional shopping center on Sequim's west side, allowing complex's construction to proceed… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Contributions mount for skatepark

PORT ANGELES -- Contributions are within $28,000 of the $100,000 needed to begin construction of a skateboarding park in Port Angeles. Last week, Port Angeles'… Continue reading

It’s a Graham … on display in Port Angeles

An era of gentile motoring returned to Port Angeles Saturday as the Graham Owners Club brought nearly 20 of the classic motor cars to Port… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend acts to take the juice out of the water

CHIMACUM -- Port of Port Townsend commissioners have approved a new policy to prevent electrical currents entering its marinas. The policy calls for regular testing… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim woman places at golf amateurs

BREMERTON -- Sequim's Pat Harrop-Schumacher captured fourth place in the senior division at the 11th Washington State Women's Amateur Championship on Thursday at Kitsap Golf… Continue reading

Rocket to be displayed in Port Angeles this weekend

The Rubicon, a suborbital tourism rocket that two Forks aerospace engineers hope to test launch off the West End next month, will be displayed Saturday… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Concert on the Pier gets under way Wednesday

PORT ANGELES -- This Wednesday kicks off the summer's first Concert on the Pier performance. Cherry Hill, one of the hottest bluegrass music band on… Continue reading

Brinnon: School budget talk due tonight

The Brinnon School Board meets at 6 p.m. tonight to discuss next year's school budget. The meeting takes place in the library of the school,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Coast Guard rescues sailor in harbor

PORT ANGELES -- U.S. Coast Guard Group Port Angeles personnel rescued a 62-year-old Ashland, Ore., man late Saturday night who was found clinging to the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Mountain Dew donates cash, skateboards for PA skatepark

PORT ANGELES -- Mountain Dew, through its local distributor, Peninsula Bottling, has stepped forward with a $5,000 contribution for construction of a skateboarding park in… Continue reading

Peninsula: Rocketeers won’t be in Forks, PA today

The Rubicon, a three-person suborbital spacecraft that two Forks aerospace engineers hope to test launch off the coast next month, will be displayed at a… Continue reading

A special invitation to North Olympic Peninsula readers of

Saturday is THE day for the North Olympic Peninsula's Largest Garage and Yard Sale! The PDN's fifth annual shopping extravaganza is so big that it… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Salary increase, new severance package in motion for Olympic Medical Center CEO

Hospital commissioners endorsed a salary increase to $136,984 and a 12-month severance package for Olympic Medical Center CEO Mike Glenn. Commissioners voted 6-1 Wednesday to… Continue reading