Peninsula Daily News

Deadline is Friday for PDN grant applications

The deadline is 5 p.m. Friday for charitable, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in Jefferson and Clallam counties to submit applications for $25,000 in 2004 grants from… Continue reading

Peninsula: Crackdown to start on aggressive, impaired, unbuckled driving

Extra law enforcement patrols will intensify their lookout for speeders, aggressive drivers, people who are unbuckled, and impaired drivers on the North Olympic Peninsula and… Continue reading

Peninsula: Wednesday’s crash yields 14th road fatality this year

Wednesday's fatal crash in Discovery Bay was the 14th death on North Olympic Peninsula highways and roads this year. Since Jan. 1, collisions have killed… Continue reading

Sequim/Joyce: Ballots for school levy elections returned

Clallam County election officials say 40.56 percent of ballots have been returned in Sequim School District's maintenance and operations replacement levy election. About 25.56 percent… Continue reading

California company moving to Port Angeles

A computer Web-building company is moving its operations from the Los Angeles area to Port Angeles. Residential Media Associates Inc., which specializes in developing Web… Continue reading

West End: Part of Highway 112 closed Thursday for repaving

A section of state Highway 112 near the entrance to the Makah Reservation will be closed from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday for paving. The… Continue reading

Joyce: National program inspired by Columbine appears at Crescent School today

Members of a national program geared toward challenges faced by teenagers will be at Crescent School in Joyce today for presentations to students and the… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center seeks applicants for board vacancy

Olympic Medical Center is seeking applicants for a District 3 commissioner vacancy. The district extends from the west end of Lake Crescent and includes Black… Continue reading

Nautical open house

Welcoming visitors on board is the idea behind Saturday's nautical open house, which, like the wind, is free. The three boats will be open from… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Rothschild House opens for summer season this weekend

PORT TOWNSEND -- The 136-year-old Rothschild House at Taylor and Jefferson streets opens Saturday for the summer season. The historical merchant family home will be… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Memorial on Friday for Coast Guardsman killed in Iraq war

A memorial for U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathan Bruckenthal will be held Friday at 5 p.m. in the Neah Bay High School… Continue reading

Peninsula: Winds buffet region

Winds swept across the North Olympic Peninsula, but Clallam and Jefferson counties were spared mayhem reported elsewhere in Northwest Washington on Tuesday. On the Peninsula,… Continue reading

Brinnon: Scheduled power outage this Sunday

Brinnon residents will be without electricity next Sunday morning as crews work to replace a piece of equipment. Mason County Public Utility District No. 1,… Continue reading

Former “Galloping Gourmet” coming to Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- Graham Kerr, international culinary expert and television personality, will be guest speaker at the Port Angeles Education Foundation's annual "Celebrate Education" dinner… Continue reading

Today’s jazzy lineup

Two free concerts at 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. today kick off the final day of the Jazz in the Olympics Festival, followed by several… Continue reading

A great weekend to experience the North Olympic Peninsula

The North Olympic Peninsula is hopping with events this weekend. Here's a rundown of events in addition to the celebration of Clallam County's 150th anniversary.… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Man charged for allegedly killing dog with golf club

A 53-year-old Port Hadlock man was charged this week for killing his dog with a golf club. William Michael Kelly was charged with first-degree animal… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Archeological workers begin poring over graving yard site

PORT ANGELES -- Dozens of archeological workers and tribal members took to the Hood Canal Bridge graving yard site on Monday, the first day of… Continue reading

Sequim: Transit center project might begin this month

SEQUIM -- The $1.8 million Sequim Transit Center project should begin construction late this month or early in May, a Clallam Transit official said Monday.… Continue reading

Jefferson: Challenge reaps bucks for Habitat

PORT TOWNSEND -- A challenge to the community by the Real Estate Agents for Affordable Housing has raised $17,126 for Habitat for Humanity. "REPAH members… Continue reading