Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles: Few attending murder trial

PORT ANGELES -- The community has waited more than two years for a verdict, but the courtroom has remained remarkably empty since Thomas Martin Roberts'… Continue reading

Sequim: Dungeness River flow at an all-time record low

Water flow levels in the Dungeness River were at their all-time recorded low Wednesday. According to U.S. Geological Survey data, the streamflow was only 62… Continue reading

West End: Guides to protest tribal netting today on Quillayute

Although the state has closed the Quillayute River to fishing, some West End anglers will be hitting the water near the mouth of the river… Continue reading

Clallam: Makah tribe changes chairman –

NEAH BAY -- Nathan Tyler will head the Makah Tribal Council following Gordon Smith's resignation. The council officially accepted Smith's resignation Tuesday after he said… Continue reading

Peninsula: Olympic Complex fires contained

The Olympic Complex fires were declared 100 percent contained Sunday afternoon, according to spokesman Bob Winslow. Fire management responsibilities were to be returned to the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Trial begins for suspect in deputy’s slaying

PORT ANGELES --The aggravated first-degree murder trial of Thomas Martin Roberts begins today in Clallam County Superior Court. Roberts, 56, has pleaded innocent by reason… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Court bracing for large turnout for Roberts trial

PORT ANGELES -- Court officials are bracing themselves for the large number of people expected to attend the murder trial of Thomas Martin Roberts. "We're… Continue reading

Fall colors give Peninsula spectacular hue

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Washington may be "The Evergreen State,"' but that doesn't mean we miss out when leafy oaks and maples turn red, gold and… Continue reading

Clallam: Prosecutor recall bid dismissed

PORT ANGELES -- An Island County judge has dismissed a petition to recall Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Chris Shea. Judge Vickie Churchill ruled that Port… Continue reading

TV: Clallam debate on Northland Cable Channel 3 tonight

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Three 30-minute election debates between Clallam County law and justice candidates will be on live TV tonight. The debates on Northland Cable… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Candidates in 5 races to face off on TV

Five debates in two days. - That's the lineup today and Wednesday on Northland Cable Television's channel 3. - The Peninsula News Network have teamed… Continue reading


SEQUIM -- A citizens group opposed to construction of regional shopping malls and companies owning two smaller centers have sued the city and developer Mark… Continue reading

Clallam: PDN, PNN-TV set for candidate forums

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County residents still puzzled over the flurry of local campaign issues will get some help finding answers when the Peninsula Daily… Continue reading

Port Angeles-Sequim: First day of first crab fest a shellfish success

Everyone had a good excuse for being a bit crabby. The Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival brought out quest for shellfish Saturday in the festival's… Continue reading

From Peninsula Spotlight: First Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival this weekend

Forget all those admonishments from your mother. It's OK to play with your food this weekend. In fact, you can catch it, study it and… Continue reading

From Peninsula Spotlight: Fort Worden centennial continues with Enhancement Days this coming week

The Enhancement Days Festival at Fort Worden State Park will complete the year-long centennial celebration over the next two weekends. Free performances, wildlife cruises, scenic… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Westport Shipyard takes initial steps

PORT ANGELES -- A day after Westport Shipyard Inc. announced plans to build a new luxury yacht manufacturing facility in the Port of Port Angeles,… Continue reading

Forks: Chamber to fete Rayonier’s contributions to community

The Forks Chamber of Commerce will salute the 75th anniversary of Rayonier Inc. with a special luncheon featuring past and present Rayonier employees of the… Continue reading

Jefferson: County holds rounds of budget hearings

Jefferson County commissioners held the first of four hearings Monday for the county's $11.04 million general fund budget for 2003. Around 10 people -- mostly… Continue reading

Shine: Hood Canal Bridge to open drawbridge more often than usual

Motorists driving across the Hood Canal Bridge will encounter more openings of the drawbridge than usual during the next two weeks. The testing of hundreds… Continue reading