Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles bridge to be closed Thursday

Both lanes of Port Angeles' Eighth Street bridge over Tumwater Creek -- the westernmost span -- will be closed Thursday from 8 a.m. until 5… Continue reading

Peninsula cleans up, power restored after strong winds blow through

Power was restored to about 300 utility customers east of Port Angeles on Saturday after winds gusting to 50 mph flattened trees, knocked power poles… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Victoria Express, Harmon honored by hydroplane association

Jack Harmon and Victoria Express, his foot-passenger ferry between Port Angeles and Victoria, were honored by the Unlimited Light Hydroplane Racing Association as 2003 Race… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles audit gets clean bill of health

PORT ANGELES -- An accountability audit of the Port of Port Angeles showed no problems, the Washington state Auditors Office reported. In a report dated… Continue reading

Sports: Clallam Bay’s No. 1 dream ends 30-6

KENNEWICK -- The Clallam Bay High School football team's B-8 state title run ended Saturday with a 30-6 loss to Jubilee Academy in the semifinals.… Continue reading

Sports: Roughriders open season with a comeback win

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles High School boys basketball team came back from a 15-point halftime deficit to win its season opener 63-60 over… Continue reading

Holiday events begin today across the Peninsula

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Port Angeles, Sequim and Port Townsend business districts kick off the holiday season today and this weekend with lights, music, retailers' open… Continue reading

Clallam Bay: Woman airlifted to hospital following car crash

Emergency crews worked for about two hours Tuesday afternoon to rescue a young woman from her car after it struck two trees along state Highway… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Teens plead innocent in Aldrich’s fire case

The two teenagers charged with inadvertently causing the fire that burned the historic Aldrich's grocery to the ground Aug. 4 have both pleaded innocent to… Continue reading

West End: Rocketeers may try second launch Friday

Two Forks aerospace engineers scuttled the launch of their second three-stage rocket from the western Olympic Peninsula on Saturday because of poor weather conditions. Eric… Continue reading

Jefferson: Thousands raised for county, Port campaigns

Raising the biggest campaign funding war chest doesn"t guarantee victory at the polls. The recent Port of Port Townsend election proves the point. Incumbent Bob… Continue reading

List of Olympic National Park damage

A summary of Olympic National Park damage from October's heavy rains that have been discovered so far: * Dosewallips -- The Dose Forks bridge is… Continue reading

Clallam: Election completed; turnout nears 58 percent

General election results were certified at the Clallam County Auditor's Office Wednesday morning, and there were no changes in the final results. In the end,… Continue reading

Jefferson: General election certified; Rodgers, others are elected

Jefferson County officials certified the general election results Wednesday, officially ending the 2004 campaign season. The results of four contested elections in the county remained… Continue reading

Peninsula: Expect a wet, breezy week, says the National Weather Service.

For the Olympic coast and Olympic Peninsula's West End, forecasters predict showers this morning and rain in the afternoon. West winds around 10 mph will… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Pro-fluoride group holding forum tonight

A group supporting fluoridation of the Port Angeles city water supply will hold a forum tonight. Entitled "Something to Smile About,"' the forum begins at… Continue reading

To our newspaper readers – Due to a major equipment failure in the

production facility, distribution of Friday's editions was delayed by up to six hours in some parts of the North Olympic Peninsula. The management of the… Continue reading

Forks: Chamber to honor “best” on Saturday evening

FORKS -- The Forks Chamber of Commerce will recognize a dozen nominees and name three winners for Best of the Year awards at a wine… Continue reading

Sequim: Fred Meyer town meeting to be held today

Representatives from Portland, Ore.-based Fred Meyer will team up with Sequim land owner Mark Burrowes to host an open house from 4 p.m. to 7… Continue reading

West End: Flood disaster recovery office to operate in Forks next week

A Disaster Recovery Center has been established in Forks and will be operated for a limited time next week. The center will be located at… Continue reading