Peninsula Daily News

Remembering 9/11: Complete guide to commemorations, activities on North Olympic Peninsula

Here's a listing of public events and commemorations in Clallam and Jefferson counties in connection with the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. This… Continue reading

Sequim: City looks for new chief finance officer

After six months on the job, Sequim's city finance director has resigned for health reasons. City Manager Bill Elliott confirmed Monday that Gary Wilgocki had… Continue reading

Port Angeles: StreamFest focuses on conservation easements

PORT ANGELES -- Today marks StreamFest, the second event celebrating land and stream preservation. People can learn about land conservation easements and local habitat along… Continue reading

PENINSULA SPOTLIGHT

PORT TOWNSEND -- Old mariners and new seadogs as well as landlubbers will find something to sea at the Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival which… Continue reading

Peninsula: Other activities abound this weekend

Don't miss other events this weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula. The sixth annual Port Angeles Strait Bluegrass Festival begins at 5 p.m. today and… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Some ferry runs to, from Keystone canceled this weekend

Due to low tides, Washington State Ferries is canceling several runs between Port Townsend and Keystone during the three days. Low tides have prompted the… Continue reading

Sequim: Regional shopping debate ignited

SEQUIM -- A regional shopping center in Sequim has been a subject of rumors for years. Talk was ignited again recently when a Sequim family,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Chamber for 0.1 percent tax increase

Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce recommends a yes vote on a Sept. 17 primary election ballot issue to increase the local sales tax by a… Continue reading

Port Townsend: PA man among finalists for Fort Worden position

The list of finalists for the Fort Worden State Park manager's position has been narrowed to three. The three remaining finalists are Kate Burke, Jerry… Continue reading

Jefferson: Comprehensive plan amendments hearing tonight

Jefferson County residents will have the opportunity tonight to voice opinions on a number of major land-use changes being considered as comprehensive plan amendments. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Stormwater hearing continued until Sept. 17

The Port Angeles City Council continued Tuesday's public hearing on a stormwater utility ordinance until their Sept. 17 meeting. About a dozen people testified at… Continue reading

How to get there on transit buses

Jane Childers and members of Girl Scout Troop 648 will ride public transit buses from Port Angeles to Seaside, Ore., today. The trip on U.S.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Northwest Maritime Center to kick off capital campaign

PORT TOWNSEND -- Supporters of creating the Northwest Maritime Center have raised more than a third of their $10 million goal. They"ll put fund-raising efforts… Continue reading

Sequim: No cause yet for Sunday power outage

SEQUIM -- A Bonneville Power Administration crew today will try to locate the cause of a power outage that lasted only eight minutes Sunday afternoon… Continue reading

Airport Day schedule

The fourth annual Airport Day will be held from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, at Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles. The… Continue reading

Clallam: New skills center taking enrollments

The new North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center is enrolling students for the 2002-03 school year. Classes are open to students ages 16 to 21 without… Continue reading

Peninsula: Sequim man appointed to college board

Arturo Flores of Sequim has been appointed by Gov. Gary Locke as a Peninsula College trustee. Gov. Gary Locke appointed Flores to fill a vacancy… Continue reading

Victoria: Queen’s jubilee visit itinerary announced

VICTORIA -- Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate much of the 50th year of her monarchy Oct. 6 within a short walk of where the ferry… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Olympic Medical Center’s cardiac rehabilitation program recertified

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Medical Center's cardiac rehabilitation program has been recertified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. "Our cardiac rehabilitation program… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School Board approves budget

The Port Angeles School Board approved a balanced $34.8 million budget for fiscal 2002-03 Monday night. But the board was told that the current budget,… Continue reading