Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend: Ex-mayor’s apology in role with Santa Maria Shipping expected tonight

PORT TOWNSEND -- Former Mayor Kees Kolff plans to apologize tonight for his role in Santa Maria Shipping's decision not to locate a shipyard in… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles girls defeat Emerald Ridge in basketball

PORT ANGELES -- Four players scored in double figures to spark the Port Angeles High School girls basketball team to a Martin Luther King Jr.… Continue reading

Sen. Cantwell in Port Angeles, Port Townsend on Friday

Senior citizens will have the chance to discuss Medicare issues with U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, D-Mountlake Terrace, during a town hall meet at 11 a.m.… Continue reading

Awards recognize Jefferson residents’ public service, too

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Now is the time to nominate your local hero. We are looking for people who make a difference in Jefferson County --… Continue reading

Jefferson: Three districts seeking replacement levies

About 10,640 ballots will be mailed out today for three school district maintenance and operations levies. All three replace expiring levies. Mailed ballots are due… Continue reading

Nominate your local hero

Awards recognize Clallam residents' public service PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Now is the time to nominate your local hero. We are looking for people who make… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Flight from Boeing detoured because of vice president’s visit

PORT ANGELES -- The North Olympic Peninsula's newest air carrier made a detour Tuesday to accommodate Vice President Dick Cheney's fund-raising stop in Seattle. Port… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Tumwater Truck Route reopened

Both lanes of Tumwater Truck Route are open to traffic again following repairs to a water main that broke on Saturday. The break occurred under… Continue reading

Sequim: School levy ballots go out today

Ballots will be mailed out today to voters in the Sequim School District, who are being asked to approve a 2-year, $5.4 million replacement maintenance… Continue reading

Shine: Hood Canal Bridge reduced to one lane

Work to repair a guardrail across the Hood Canal Bridge is closing one lane of the bridge. The guardrail was damaged December 25 by a… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Tumwater Truck Route still closed for water main repair

Repairs to a stubborn water main break under Tumwater Truck Route will keep the southbound late closed to all traffic at least this morning, Port… Continue reading

Sequim: Meeting on progress of downtown project tonight

Business owners and residents interested in finding out more about Sequim's big downtown revitalization project are invited to an update tonight by Public Works Director… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Coho leaves; Victoria Express starts service

On Sunday, the 44-year-old, auto-passenger ferry MV Coho goes out of service through March 10 to get new engines. While the Coho is out, the… Continue reading

Sequim: Plan your wedding at PDN bridal show

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS More than 25 wedding-related businesses -- including caterers, bakers, florists, travel agents and photographers -- will have booths at the Peninsula Daily… Continue reading

Peninsula: All the wedding trimmings at bridal fair Saturday

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS SEQUIM -- A wedding should respect tradition. But it ought to be fun, too. That's the theme of the Peninsula Daily News… Continue reading

Peninsula: Schools consider cancelations, schedule changes

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS With many North Olympic Peninsula students scheduled to return to class today, some district officials are considering whether to extend winter break… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Design alternatives for Eighth Street bridges under review

Eight design alternatives for the Eighth Street bridges replacement project will be on display during an open house from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jan.… Continue reading

San Juan Airlines, Coho ferry make changes

The New Year ushers in changes for North Olympic Peninsula residents who want to fly to Seattle or take a ferry to Victoria. * On… Continue reading

“Polar bears” expected in Nordland, too

A high temperature of around 35 degrees, maybe lower with the wind chill, is expected to greet "polar bears"' daring enough to plunge into Mystery… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Hearty dip into chilly water today

The 16th annual Polar Bear Dip begins at 10 a.m. today at Hollywood Beach adjacent to City Pier on the Port Angeles waterfront. Participants will… Continue reading