Peninsula Daily News

How many times have you become homeless over the past three years?

How many times have you become homeless over the past three years? What situations have caused you to become homeless? Where did you stay last… Continue reading

Sequim shopping center changes its look

SEQUIM -- The Sequim Village Center is undergoing more than $500,000 worth of updates and renovations aimed at keeping the center attractive to shoppers and… Continue reading

Boy who allegedly threatened football coaches will be tried as juvenile

SEQUIM -- A 14-year-old Sequim boy charged with attempting to kill three football coaches will not be tried as an adult. Both the prosecution and… Continue reading

Emphasis patrols along U.S. 101 safety corridor planned in Clallam County

Four law enforcement agencies will be conducting unannounced special emphasis patrols on U.S. Highway 101 as part of the Driving 101 Traffic Safety Project launched… Continue reading

Here’s the text of the Jan. 21 letter and memo to Gov. Christine Gregoire

Dear Governor Gregoire: Attached please find our Principles for Resolution of the Port Angeles Graving Yard Situation, signed by several government and organizational representatives of… Continue reading

Sonny Sixkiller to become celebrity spokesman for 7 Cedars Casino

BLYN -- Legendary University of Washington Huskies quarterback Sonny Sixkiller will become celebrity spokesman for 7 Cedars Casino, officials of the casino announced Thursday. Sixkiller… Continue reading

Water projects to get state funding aid

PORT HADLOCK -- A low-interest loan to pay a large share of a water system for Marrowstone Island is part of a bill approved by… Continue reading

Sports: Forks wins easily in game with Tenino

FORKS -- Great defense and a second half blowout led Forks to an easy 65-34 Southwest Washington League boys basketball victory over Tenino on Tuesday.… Continue reading

Will there be school today? Call 360-379-4520

PORT TOWNSEND SCHOOL District Superintendent Carol Andreasen was not sure if the improvised sick day at Port Townsend High School would continue today. "We assume… Continue reading

Sequim growers’ co-op gets grant funds, readies marketing push

SEQUIM -- The Sequim Growers Cooperative has satisfied all the requirements needed for a $54,500 grant awarded more than a year ago to help market… Continue reading

Comment period extended for Fred Hill proposal near Shine

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Jefferson County Department of Community Development has extended to Jan. 28 the period for public comment on a proposed Fred Hill… Continue reading

What to name the new baby (fare)?

PORT ANGELES -- The foot ferry service to Victoria and San Juan Islands is adding a half-price companion fare this year -- and it's looking… Continue reading

Gregoire calls Lower Elwha leader on graving yard issue

Gov. Christine Gregoire called Lower Elwha Tribal Chairwoman Frances Charles to solicit the tribe's position on the Hood Canal Bridge graving yard issue. A spokeswoman… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula readers collect 4,000 blank cards for troops overseas

SEQUIM -- A drive to collect blank Valentine's Day cards for soldiers serving overseas netted more than 4,000 cards, which have been shipped to Iraq… Continue reading

Sequim school phone system breaks down

The Sequim School District's phone system broke down Wednesday, forcing school officials to rely on a makeshift network of two-way radios, mobile phones and fax… Continue reading

Small quake under Strait of Juan de Fuca

A "micro earthquake"' measuring 2.4 was centered under the Strait of Juan de Fuca almost halfway between the Dungeness Spit and Victoria on Wednesday. The… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge to be intermittently closed Thursday

Routine maintenance inspections of the east-half drawspan will require closing the Hood Canal Bridge to vehicle traffic intermittently on Thursday, the state Department of Transportation… Continue reading

Multicultural Task Force meets again next week

THE PORT ANGELES Multicultural Task Force will continue taking testimony from Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members next Tuesday, Jan. 25, from 3 p.m. to 5… Continue reading

Baby from Port Townsend dies in Seattle; baby-sitter, 13, jailed

A 19-month-old baby from Port Townsend died in West Seattle after being rushed to Harborview Medical Center. Seattle police on Monday said the 13-year-old baby-sitter… Continue reading

Port Angeles Multicultural Task Force meets on Lower Elwha reservation today

The Port Angeles Multicultural Task Force meets today from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to hear from Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members in the wake… Continue reading