Peninsula Daily News

Halloween events

Here are some of today's remaining Halloween events on the North Olympic Peninsula: Port Townsend * Costume parade from Adams Street to Polk Street at… Continue reading

Halloween events on the North Olympic Peninsula

Halloween events today and Monday across the North Olympic Peninsula: Port Townsend * Costume parade from Adams Street to Polk Street at 4 p.m. Monday.… Continue reading

Navy reports fuel spill in Port Townsend Bay

PORT TOWNSEND -- About 200 gallons of marine diesel fuel spilled into Port Townsend Bay while an engineering officer was transferring fuel from one tank… Continue reading

Ballot returns approach 18 percent in Jefferson County

The Jefferson County Auditor's Office has received 3,827 mail-in ballots as of Thursday from the 21,286 ballots sent out on Oct. 19. The current return… Continue reading

General election ballot returns at 14.49 percent in Clallam County

Clallam County Auditor Cathleen McKeown said that ballot returns in the Nov. 8 general election as of Thursday were at 14.49 percent, with 6,333 of… Continue reading

Sequim: Another resignation on Planning Commission

SEQUIM -- Vacancies on the Sequim Planning Commission just keep coming. The city received commission member Scott Adler's resignation letter Oct. 24, the fourth recent… Continue reading

Centrum gala raises record $165,000

Supporters of Centrum, the multidisciplinary center for arts creation, education and performance at Fort Worden State Park, set a new fundraising record Saturday night at… Continue reading

General election ballot returns at 8.63 percent in Clallam County

Clallam County Auditor Cathleen McKeown said that ballot returns as of Tuesday were at 8.63 percent with 3,786 of 43,886 ballots returned. Voters in Clallam… Continue reading

Port Townsend stabbing victim still in intensive care

A 26-year-old man remained in critical condition in Harborview Medical Center's intensive care unit late Monday, the result of a stabbing Thursday at a Port… Continue reading

Clallam veterans aide receives state recognition

SEQUIM -- Richard Stumbaugh, Clallam County veterans assistant for two years, has received an honorable mention for outstanding service to veterans in 2005. A letter… Continue reading

Sale of Virginia Mason clinic on Olympic Medical Center commissioners” agenda

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Medical Center commissioners will get an update on Virginia Mason Medical Center's sale of its Port Angeles clinic this week. Virginia… Continue reading

White House Christmas tree will come from Olympic Peninsula

SATSOP -- When Mr. Bush wanted a tree, he sent an aide to Olympic National Forest. Christmas trees for the White House and Camp David… Continue reading

Peninsula retail sales, trade show healthy growth over 2004 figures

Taxable retail sales and retail trade showed double-digit increases in Jefferson and Clallam counties during the second quarter of 2005, according to Quarterly Business Review… Continue reading

Sports: Crescent helps set new state scoring record

JOYCE -- The Crescent High School Loggers helped to set a new state record in combined score for eight man football on Saturday with a… Continue reading

Weekend activities include massage event

There's plenty to do on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend, and the PDN has two features today to guide your activities. From concerts to… Continue reading

Ballots go in mail today in Clallam County

The Clallam County Auditor's Office will be mailing 43,068 ballots to Clallam County's registered voters today. There are 425 voters who live outside of Washington… Continue reading

Ballots going out to 21,169 Jefferson County voters

The Jefferson County Auditor's Office is mailing out 21,169 mail-in ballots today to registered county voters. Deputy Auditor/Elections Karen Cartmel said Tuesday that 198 military… Continue reading

Forums to feature council, school board candidates

Port Angeles City Council candidates will appear at 7 p.m. today at City Hall in the second of three general election "Questions for Candidates"' campaign… Continue reading

Clallam: Planning commission chair, cleric Vail dies

PORT ANGELES -- Bob Vail, 57, chairman of the Clallam County Planning Commission, died Saturday in his home, apparently of a viral infection. He had… Continue reading

Jefferson: Dam removal and restoration of the Elwha subject of presentation

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port Townsend Marine Science Center will be hosting Betsy Carlson, Olympic National Park outreach and education specialist, at 7 p.m. Wednesday,… Continue reading