Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES: Public gets say in design of new school tonight

The public is invited to comment on the design of the new Jefferson School at a meeting tonight, Port Angeles School District officials said. People… Continue reading

SEQUIM: More than half of school levy ballots already in

Clallam County elections officials had received 8,822 mail-in ballots by Monday from Sequim School District voters casting ballots in the three-year, $8.2 million maintenance and… Continue reading

FORKS: Man killed in motorcycle crash

FORKS -- A 21-year-old Forks man died Sunday from injuries suffered in an offroad motorcycle crash. Kristopher K. Lindgren had jumped as high as 30… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: SEN. CANTWELL TO VISIT SATURDAY

PORT ANGELES -- Freshman U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell's visit Saturday is scheduled to include a four-hour forum on rural health care access and community justice.… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Jail hanging may get independent review

PORT ANGELES -- An independent investigator will review a Sequim man's suicide last month in the Clallam County jail, Prosecutor Chris Shea said Friday. A… Continue reading

AGNEW: Woman killed when car runs off road

AGNEW -- A Sequim woman died after her car ran off Old Olympic Highway early Thursday morning. Anne Saulino, 51, suffered fatal injuries at the… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Signature drive starts on initiative to repeal land code

A Sequim auto dealer has launched an initiative drive to repeal the controversial Clallam County Critical Areas Code. Bob Forde, owner of Sequim Auto Sales… Continue reading

LAKE SUTHERLAND: Meeting in Port Angeles on Saturday about weed infestation

PORT ANGELES -- A public meeting will be held Saturday to update residents on the eradication of Eurasian watermilfoil in Lake Sutherland. The meeting is… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Easter egg hunts scheduled this weekend

This weekend is the time when purple, green and pink eggs begin mysteriously popping up in fields, without a single purple, green or pink chicken… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Easter services

Easter sunrise service slated at Civic Field PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles Community Easter Sunrise Service will be held at Civic Field on Sunday… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Student may face charges relating to crash

PORT ANGELES -- An 18-year-old Sequim High School student is under investigation for vehicular assault after a high-speed rollover crash resulted in serious passenger injuries,… Continue reading

JOYCE: House roof fire

Firefighters were called to a report of a roof fire on state Route 112 Monday evening. The fire was reported at 7 p.m. at a… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: State salary commission to meet tonight

The state salary commission, which sets the salaries of elected state officials, is scheduled to meet tonight in Port Angeles. Commission members will take public… Continue reading

CLEVER CANINES COMPETE IN CLALLAM CONTEST

Cindy Mildbrand of Soldotna, Alaska, shouts instructions to her golden retriever "Tanker"' as they go through the agility trial course at a field south of… Continue reading

CLALLAM BAY: Inmate treated for stabbing at prison

An inmate was stabbed multiple times at Clallam Bay Corrections Center on Thursday night, authorities said. The unidentified inmate was being transported by ambulance to… Continue reading

JOYCE: Benefit flea market begins today at Crescent Grange

Flowers, food and merchandise highlight two days of old-fashioned fun at Crescent Grange Flea Market beginning today (Friday). The event runs from 9 a.m. to… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Child car safety seats to be inspected today

Parents can get car seats inspected today to ensure their child's safety while riding in motor vehicles. Two dozen people who completed a four-day training… Continue reading

TO OUR READERS: Look for this Sunday

The Peninsula Daily News this Sunday will include Peninsula Dining, a comprehensive guide to dining out in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Jefferson County, Sequim… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Local couple sues Sara Lee Corp.

PORT ANGELES -- A local couple is suing Sara Lee Corp. after allegedly finding glass in a hot dog produced by the company. Betty and… Continue reading

FISHERIES ENFORCEMENT TRAINING

U.S. COAST GUARD FISHERIES INSTRUCTOR DAVID TOBY, CENTER, IDENTIFIES FISHING GEAR DURING A CLASS ON ENFORCING NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE REGULATIONS TUESDAY. TOBY IS ONE… Continue reading