Peninsula Daily News

Dog shows, boat races also on tap for Peninsula’s weekend

Champion dogs and boats will prevail under abundant sunshine at two North Olympic Peninsula events this weekend. The eighth annual Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club dog… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Classic cars take spotlight this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- Gentlemen (and ladies), start your engines! There are three free car shows in Port Angeles tonight, Saturday and Sunday -- and a… Continue reading

An invitation to readers in Jefferson County

PORT TOWNSEND -- The second of 10 free summer concerts on the Port Townsend waterfront features Tongue and Groove, a rock-country-folk/funk group, from 6 p.m.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Biggest ever sand sculpture display at Arts in Action expected

PORT ANGELES -- Nine sand sculptors from the United States and Canada will participate in the Windermere Masters Sand Sculpture Classic during this weekend's 38th… Continue reading

Senior Games hopefuls from Port Angeles

Port Angeles Senior Center members participating in the 2004 Washington State Senior Games: Dee Bellamente, 10k run. Joe Cantwell, bowling. Nita Davidson, pickleball. Susan Eidenschink,… Continue reading

Lavender Festival buttons

Sequim Lavendar Festival buttons include admission to eight farms and free transportation on shuttles collecting and dropping off passengers at several points around the downtown… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Marine sanctuary’s 10th anniversary celebrated with tall ship, music, dedication of visitor center

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Coast National Maine Sanctuary is 10 years old, and sanctuary officials are using this weekend to commemorate the event. CoastFest, which… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Reservations required for graving yard tours

To reserve space on one of the three tours of the Port Angeles graving yard site on July 23, call Tina at Larson Anthropological and… Continue reading

Sports: Babe Ruth softball regionals begin today in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- North Olympic is hosting the Pacific Northwest Babe Ruth softball regional 16-under and 12-under tournaments starting today and lasting through Sunday. Winners… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Music tonight on the waterfront

PORT TOWNSEND -- Free concert tonight! Music comes to the Port Townsend waterfront with The Jelly Rollers, one of the most popular blues bands in… Continue reading

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