Peninsula Daily News

Sequim: Oyster parasite found in Dungeness Bay

SEQUIM -- Well, Washington is first again. First, this time, in the United States to discover the presence of Mikrocytos mackini, a parasite that causes… Continue reading

Sequim: Winery wins medals

SEQUIM -- Lost Mountain Winery has received two silver medals in the Seattle Enological Society's Pacific Northwest Wine Judging competition in Seattle. --------------- The rest… Continue reading

Quilcene: Skokomish tribe restoring salmon habitat

QUILCENE -- The Skokomish tribe is in the first phase of its Big Quilcene River fish habitat restoration project. The tribe is placing several large… Continue reading

Peninsula: Hoteliers to discuss PA’s downtown convention center plan

PORT ANGELES -- Local motel owners are holding a closed-door meeting at 7 p.m. tonight at the Best Western Olympic Lodge, located at 140 DelGuzzi… Continue reading

Forks: Anti-drug, alcohol rally to be held Saturday

FORKS - A drug and alcohol awareness rally will be held Saturday, Aug. 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Common Ground, across from… Continue reading

Jefferson County Fair this weekend!

The Jefferson County Fair, Aug. 9-11, carries a special theme for a healing country this year. In memory of all that occurred on Sept. 11… Continue reading

Your online Jefferson County Fair schedule!

Friday, Aug. 9 All Day: Wagon Rides 8 a.m.: Gates open. Tickets go on sale 8:30 a.m.: 4H Cat vet check (Cat Building) 9 a.m.:… Continue reading

Cultural diversity courses offered to local businesses.

PORT ANGELES -- Two workshops on cultural diversity are being offered by Peninsula College for owners and employees of restaurants and other businesses in Jeferson… Continue reading

Diamond Point: Airport Days this weekend

Good flying weather Saturday could bring up to 75 small aircraft for Airport Days at Diamond Point Airport straddling Clallam and Jefferson counties. Attendance at… Continue reading

Peninsula: Sen. Murray to visit Friday

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray will spend Friday on the North Olympic Peninsula, participating in activities ranging from a ship commissioning to a high-tech ground-breaking. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Downtown association reaffirms support for conference center

The Port Angeles Downtown Association board of directors voted unanimously Wednesday to reaffirm its "unwavering support"' for the Oak Street hotel/conference center. The board, comprised… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Ferry runs canceled or shifted to allow for low tides

Some morning Port Townsend-Keystone ferry runs today through Saturday will be canceled or shifted because of low tides and ebb currents at the Keystone ferry… Continue reading

Power outage delays publication of Peninsula Daily News

An outside transformer malfunction caused a partial power failure at the Port Angeles printing plant of the Peninsula Daily News about 11:20 p.m. Tuesday. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Conference center will include green belt

PORT ANGELES -- A harborfront extension of The Waterfront Trail and a "green belt"' that will be a public park are part of plans for… Continue reading

West End: Paddle Journey due to resume today

Makah tribal member Theron Parker will lead about 25 canoes to Ozette, with a lunch stop on Tatoosh Island, on today's leg of the annual… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Boys frosh-soft team wins national championship

LAS VEGAS -- The Port Angeles boys freshman/sophomore basketball team went undefeated and won the national championship this past week. Port Angeles had a perfect… Continue reading

Clallam: Family Fun Day on Saturday

Clallam County's families are saluted Saturday with a carnival-style Fantastic Family Fun Day at Volunteer Field on Port Angeles' west side. Admission to the Fun… Continue reading

West End: Power outage Sunday

Electricity will be off to all Clallam County Public Utility District customers in Forks, Neah Bay, Clallam Bay, Sekiu and Pysht on Sunday from 2… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Ruling on Rowan fate today or tomorrow

A judge is expected to issue a ruling this week on allowing Bruce Rowan to move into an unlocked ward at Western State Hospital. Rowan,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Business group urges hunt for permanent Port director

It's time for the Port of Port Angeles to get back on track in searching for a permanent executive director to replace "caretaker" and temporary… Continue reading