Peninsula Daily News

Sports: Forks one step from state tournament

MONTESANO -- With a suffocating defensive performance against Castle Rock, the Forks High School boys basketball team has put itself one game away from its… Continue reading

Sports: Neah Bay makes state playoffs for third straight year

PUYALLUP -- Neah Bay High School is headed to the State Class B basketball tournament for a third consecutive year, closing out Tri-District playoffs with… Continue reading

Sports: Forks loses playoff game

MONTESANO -- Julie Steveson scored 10 points and had seven rebounds and seven steals but it wasn't enough for the Forks High School girls basketball… Continue reading

Nature ‘paints” Port Angeles’ Hollywood Beach

The gray spell of winter was cast aside with bright red waves of algae rolling onto Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles. The red algae is… Continue reading

A ‘virtual’ VA clinic?

MEMBERS OF VETERANS groups will gather at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 27 to prepare to pressure politicians for a Veterans Administration health-care facility on the North… Continue reading

Film festival online fundraiser begins Friday

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port Townsend Film Festival's Academy Awards fundraiser begins at noon Friday online at Auction items include Hollywood memorabilia, including a… Continue reading

Injured historical society officer still in serious condition

SEATTLE -- JoAnn Louise Bussa of Brinnon remained in serious condition Monday in the intensive care unit of Harborview Medical Center. The 62-year-old vice president… Continue reading

Port Angeles: ‘Lincolns for Lincoln’ drive under way

PORT ANGELES - Collection jars for the annual "Lincolns for Lincoln"' campaign are in place at businesses and offices around Port Angeles. The annual campaign… Continue reading

Ailing tanker scheduled to leave Port Angeles for Anacortes

PORT ANGELES -- An oil tanker that ran aground in Alaska and is scheduled to unload its cargo in Anacortes before being repaired in Victoria… Continue reading

Pittis memorial set for today

A memorial service for Port Angeles City Councilman Jack Pittis will be held at 1 p.m. today at Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth… Continue reading

Presidents Day closures

Presidents Day in Clallam and Jefferson counties will affect the following services: * Government: State and Clallam and Jefferson county offices, city halls and port… Continue reading

Moss named executive director of United Way of Clallam County

PORT ANGELES -- Jody Moss had a word deleted from her title as interim executive director of United Way of Clallam County on Wednesday. Interim… Continue reading

Tanker that ran aground in Alaska due in Port Angeles today

PORT ANGELES -- A 601-foot tanker that was refloated last week after it ran aground in Alaska is due in with escort to Port Angeles… Continue reading

Two things to do on Valentine’s Day today

PORT ANGELES -- Two events today mark Valentine's Day in Port Angeles. The Port Angeles Rotary Club will hold a Valentine's dinner dance and silent… Continue reading

Don’t move elk here, says Forks farmer

FORKS -- Does Clallam and Jefferson counties have any elk-friendly places left? Lawrence Gaydeski, a farmer 5 miles north of Forks, was alarmed when he… Continue reading

It’s official: All three school district levies pass on Peninsula

Voters in the Cape Flattery, Chimacum and Sequim school districts have officially approved levy proposals, according to ballot totals released Friday by the Jefferson and… Continue reading

Highway 112 intermittently closed for repair work

SEKIU -- Storm-related damage will close state Highway 112 near the Rasmussen Creek bridge for 30 minutes to 40 minutes at a time, starting today… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Seven teens hurt in crash

Seven teenagers were taken to area hospitals -- one by helicopter to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle -- following a two-car collision early Sunday at… Continue reading

Sequim: One hurt, one arrested in shooting incident

An 18-year-old Sequim man, Donald Aaron Bell, was arrested for first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm after he shot a friend in the head Friday,… Continue reading

Port Angeles costs related to Hood Canal Bridge project

ACCORDING TO THE state Department of Transportation's fourth quarter report, the now-defunct graving yard in Port Angeles has cost taxpayers $86.8 million. Costs include: *… Continue reading