Peninsula Daily News

Peninsula: What’s closed on Labor Day . . . . . . .

Monday's holiday celebrating Labor Day will provide a three-day weekend for many North Olympic Peninsula workers. * Government: All Washington State offices, Clallam and Jefferson… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Leaning supertanker? It’s OK, Coast Guard says

A large tanker may be leaning heavily on its side in Port Angeles Harbor this week. But not to worry, according to the U.S. Coast… Continue reading

Jefferson: Thousands of ballots go out to voters today

PORT TOWNSEND -- Nearly 8,000 ballots go in the mail today for Jefferson County voters in preparation for the Sept. 16 primary election. Elections Supervisor… Continue reading

Election candidates on TV tonight

The PDN and Peninsula News Network will team up tonight for a special televised campaign forum. "Questions for Candidates"' will bring together political hopefuls in… Continue reading

Jefferson: Election ballots go out Wednesday for two races

PORT TOWNSEND -- Mail-in ballots go out Wednesday to registered voters in the appropriate voting districts for the Sept. 16 primary election. The two contested… Continue reading

Miller Peninsula: Wildfire contained, but crews monitor hot spots

A wildfire that blackened 20 acres of Miller Peninsula between Sequim Bay and Discovery Bay on Sunday continued to smolder Monday. The blaze, which was… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Another election candidate withdraws

Kathy Anita Gonzales has dropped out of the three-way primary election race for Port Angeles School Board Position No. 1. Gonzales said Monday that she… Continue reading

Clallam: Meet the candidates on Tuesday

Mail-in ballots go out Wednesday to registered voters in the appropriate voting districts for the Sept. 16 primary election. Elections in Clallam County are conducted… Continue reading

Clallam: Candidates to debate on TV, hosted by PDN and PNN

and Peninsula News Network will team up for a special televised campaign forum this week. "Questions for Candidates"' will bring together political hopefuls in the… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Entrepreneur moving to Port Townsend

With an eye to the global market, Jerry Lamb remains a homegrown entrepreneur. He was born in Forks and grew up in Port Angeles. He… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Waterfront Trail monorail to Rayonier site?

Jerry Lamb's dream is to make Port Angeles the home of LEVX's first full-blown transit system. Lamb says he has already secured 2.5 miles of… Continue reading

Clallam: Candidates to debate on TV, hosted by PDN and PNN

and Peninsula News Network will team up for a special televised campaign forum next week. "Questions for Candidates"' will bring together political hopefuls in the… Continue reading

Clallam: 9-1-1 tax measure placed on ballot

Clallam County commissioners on Tuesday placed a one-tenth of 1 percent sales tax to help fund emergency communications and facilities on the Nov. 4 general… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Ailing ferry fixed, placed back in service

The Washington State Ferry, MV Klickitat, was back in operation Tuesday, returning two-vessel service to the Port Townsend to Keystone route. Washington State Ferries took… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City Council candidate quits race

Port Angeles City Council candidate Tricia Smith Barrett has dropped out of this fall's election race. She had filed for Council Position 2 being vacated… Continue reading

Peninsula: Two girls to compete in “Miss” contests in Seattle

Two girls from the North Olympic Peninsula are in the running for the Miss Jr. Teen and Miss Pre-Teen Seattle titles. Lindsay Hope May, 14,… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Mats Mats Quarry open house Friday

Mats Mats Quarry hosts its annual open house from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Glacier Northwest is the quarry's parent company. This is the… Continue reading

West End: Coast Guard calls off search for missing boater

The U.S. Coast Guard called off the search for 62-year-old Harry Southwick, of Sekiu, at 8:45 p.m. Monday The search for Southwick, around the waters… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Council to vote on special-event funding

PORT ANGELES -- If approved by the City Council, an additional $10,000 will be available to groups, clubs and organizations to help fund special events… Continue reading