Peninsula Daily News

Irrigation Festival schedule

Here is the schedule for the remaining events of the 110th Sequim Irrigation Festival, which concludes this weekend. Today, May 13 * Crazy Days Breakfast:… Continue reading

Rhododendron Festival schedule

Here's the schedule for 70th annual Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival, themed "A Touch of Elegance": Saturday, May 14 * Arts and Crafts Fair: downtown, 10… Continue reading

Sports: Crescent High School basketball coach steps down

JOYCE -- After two seasons at the helm, Crescent High School's boys basketball head coach Mike Lippert is calling it quits. "Due to time constraints… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim exacts revenge against Port Townsend 18-8

PORT TOWNSEND -- When you"re hot you're hot, and that's precisely what the Sequim High School baseball team's bats were Wednesday -- sizzling hot. The… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim soccer team shuts out Port Townsend 4-0

SEQUIM -- With the season in the bag, the Sequim High School soccer team has nothing left to do but sit and hope for a… Continue reading

Appointed county clerk to kick off election bid Wednesday

Appointed Jefferson County Clerk Ruth Gordon will formally kick off her campaign for election Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at The Public House,… Continue reading

Sports: National high school sailing championships in Port Angeles this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles Yacht Club and the Clallam County Family YMCA are helping co-host the national high school sailing championships in Port… Continue reading

Web cam set up on Hurricane Ridge

Wondering about the weather at Hurricane Ridge? Computer users can now see for themselves through a Web camera accessible via the Olympic National Park's Internet… Continue reading

Hearings slated on proposed Clallam PUD water rate increases

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will hold public hearings May 16 and 18 on proposed rate increases in its nine water systems. The first… Continue reading

More ferry cancellations today, Tuesday in Port Townsend and Keystone

Low tides and unfavorable currents are causing more cancellations of the ferry between Port Townsend and Keystone today and Tuesday. The scheduled 9:30 a.m. sailing… Continue reading

Port Angeles skateboard park project running short of funds

PORT ANGELES -- The builders of the Port Angeles skateboard park need cash donations. "We have a line of credit, and we"re committed to seeing… Continue reading

Irrigation Fest schedule

HERE IS THE SCHEDULE for the 110th Sequim Irrigation Festival, which gets under way this weekend. Today * Gardens on Holiday: Valley Garden Club's 42nd… Continue reading

Man, 68, dies in single-truck crash on U.S. Highway 101

PORT ANGELES -- A 68-year-old man died after losing control of his truck on U.S. Highway 101 between Port Angeles and Sequim. Washington State Patrol… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim beats North Mason in league play

BELFAIR -- The Sequim High School baseball team continued to pour it on as the Wolves beat North Mason 5-3 in Nisqually League play on… Continue reading

Airport shuttle carrier allowed to hit the road again

PORT TOWNSEND -- The state Utilities and Transportation Commission lifted its suspension of Pennco Transportation Inc.'s airport shuttle service Wednesday after the company showed proof… Continue reading

School levy ballots speeding back to auditor

More than one-third of the tax levy ballots distributed to voters in the Port Angeles School District have been returned to the Clallam County Auditor's… Continue reading

Spring blooms at Vern Burton Center this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- One of the North Olympic Peninsula's rites of spring returns Saturday when the Port Angeles Rotary Club and Port Angeles Garden Club… Continue reading

Jefferson commissioner improving, walking with help just two days after plunge down cliff

SEATTLE -- Jefferson County Commissioner David Sullivan was up and moving around with the aid of a walker Tuesday, two days after he fell 40… Continue reading

Salt Creek property preserved in Clallam County

JOYCE -- A five-acre Salt Creek property west of Port Angeles owned by Coleman Byrnes and Sue Nattinger has been placed in a conservation easement… Continue reading

Surplus building under consideration

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Medical Center commissioners will meet Wednesday to declare a commercial office building surplus. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in Linkletter… Continue reading