Peninsula Daily News

Clallam: More ballots arrive at auditor’s office

An additional 1,044 ballots in the all-mail primary election arrived at the Clallam County Auditor's Office on Friday. So far 12,284 ballots have been returned.… Continue reading

Clallam: Amnesty granted for overdue library books

Wracking up fines on overdue library books? This may be your lucky month. Through the end of September, the North Olympic Library System is waiving… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles romps over Tahoma

TACOMA -- Adam Macomber rushed for five touchdowns and 303 yards Friday night as Port Angeles High School beat Mount Tahoma in a nonleague football… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim wins; other high school results

SEQUIM -- The Sequim High School football team bounced back from a loss last weekend to win its Nisqually League opener 27-7 over Orting. The… Continue reading

Quilcene: Four jailed after raids by Olympic Peninsula anti-narcotics team

QUILCENE -- Four people were jailed Wednesday on drug charges stemming from raids conducted by the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team. Officers in the enforcement… Continue reading

Clallam: Mail-in ballot returns lagging behind 2002 totals

Ballot returns in the all-mail Clallam County primary election are lagging slightly behind last year's totals, according to Auditor Cathy McKeown. On Wednesday 869 ballots… Continue reading

The Jefferson County Auditor’s Office has received 3,713 ballots, or about 47 percent of the total mailed ballots

Of the 18,222 registered voters in the county, 7,922 people were mailed absentee ballots for this election. The others still vote at the polls on… Continue reading

Clallam: Deadline Friday for sheriff applications

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County commissioners will accept applications through Friday for the interim county sheriff's position to be filled when Sheriff Joe Hawe retires… Continue reading

Sequim construction “overview” Wednesday

SEQUIM -- An overview of Sequim's downtown revitalization project will be provided to businesses and residents by city officials Wednesday night. The City Council voted… Continue reading

Clallam: United Way campaign kicks off soon

The 51st annual United Way campaign gets under way with meetings and special events over the next two weeks across the North Olympic Peninsula. This… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Wooden Boat Festival ends today

PORT TOWNSEND -- If it's wooden and travels the high seas or bays, visitors can find it at the 27th annual Wooden Boat Festival this… Continue reading

Sports: Roughriders lose opener in final seconds

PORT ANGELES -- Shorewood quarterback Shawn Tracy completed a 65-yard pass to Wade Gurnett with 33 seconds remaining, breaking a 14-14 tie and lifting the… Continue reading

Peninsula: High school football season kicks off

The 2003 high school football season opens this weekend around the North Olympic Peninsula as well as the state. Following are capsules of opening games… Continue reading

The delay in building the state Department of Transportation’s graving yard on Marine Drive is costing $30,000 a day.

Linda Mullen, director of communications for the state agency, gave the estimate Thursday. She said there were no new developments or an estimate on when… Continue reading

Clallam: Primary ballots start trickling in

A little more than 10 percent of the ballots for the Sept. 16 primary election have been returned to the Clallam County Auditor's Office. Clallam… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Still no charges in Aldrich’s grocery fire

The Police Department's investigation into the Aug. 4 Aldrich's grocery fire should be wrapping up soon. Police Chief Kristen Anderson said Tuesday that two of… Continue reading

Sequim Bay closed to shellfishing

The state Department of Health has closed Sequim Bay to all shellfishing due to elevated levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxin found in the water.… Continue reading

Some Peninsula school districts ready to start this week

The end of the Labor Day weekend signals the return of students to classrooms across the North Olympic Peninsula. Port Townsend and Brinnon start their… Continue reading

To readers:

A special section of the PDN appears Sunday to provide voters with information about the Sept. 16 primary elections. Separate tabloid sections for Clallam and… Continue reading

Peninsula: WASL scores bring mixed reaction

There was a mixed reaction as officials from across the North Olympic Peninsula began studying Washington Assessment of Student Learning results released Thursday. Most Peninsula… Continue reading