Peninsula Daily News

Terrorist captured in Port Angeles five years ago to be sentenced today

SEATTLE -- Terrorist Ahmed Ressam's journey from Port Angeles' ferry landing to a federal courtroom ends with his sentencing today. Since Ressam was arrested off… Continue reading

Low tides grounds some Port Townsend ferry runs this week

Low tides and unfavorable currents are causing another round of ferry cancellations between Port Townsend and Keystone this week. The run cancellations continue today, when… Continue reading

Quileute may enter into trade deal with Chinese

LAPUSH -- Lt. Gov. Brad Owen, state economic development director Juliette Kelly and a three-man trade delegation from China will visit the Quileute reservation on… Continue reading

Sequim mayor presides over City Council again following motorcycle crash

Though still in a neck brace from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash last month, Sequim Mayor Walt Schubert on Monday returned to his duties… Continue reading

Boy run over by car leaves hospital

PORT ANGELES -- The 10-year-old boy who was run over while trying to stop a runaway car Saturday has been released from Olympic Medical Center,… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School air rifle team qualifies for nationals

PORT ANGELES -- It's a little familial competition, that's all. Josh and Stephanie Jackson, a senior and a sophomore at Port Angeles High School, are… Continue reading

Fans of jazz cut a rug at weekend festival in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- They came from far and near this weekend, crowding into venues across town to tap toes, cheer swinging solos and cut the… Continue reading

Join the Duck Derby at any PDN office

The Peninsula Daily News' three North Olympic Peninsula offices -- including the one in Port Townsend-Jefferson County -- have been set up as locations to… Continue reading

Year’s biggest meth seizure follows SWAT operation in Sequim

PORT ANGELES -- A monthlong investigation yielded Clallam County's largest seizure of methamphetamine of 2005 Friday and the arrest of a Port Angeles man accused… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles High falls to Gig Harbor in golf

PORT ANGELES -- Gig Harbor, one of the top boys golf teams in the state, beat Port Angeles in a Narrows League showdown match Wednesday… Continue reading

Sirens to be tested today in Port Townsend

The Port of Port Townsend and the Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management will test the All Hazards Alert Broadcast warning system at Port Townsend… Continue reading

Four rescued from sinking fishing boat

Four men were rescued by fellow fishermen after their 36-foot fishing boat sank Sunday night 14 miles south of Cape Flattery, the Coast Guard reported… Continue reading

Open house on Hood Canal Bridge in Port Townsend tonight

The State Department of Transportation will hold its second public open house on the proposed Hood Canal Bridge summer closures tonight at The Commons at… Continue reading

Survivor of fatal car crash improves

The condition of Darcy Hylton, 23, of Port Angeles has been upgraded from serious to satisfactory with injuries she received in a fatal car crash… Continue reading

Proposed forest resource plan ready for comments

OLYMPIA -- The draft environmental-impact statement on 26 new policies that will replace the 1992 Forest Resource Plan for forested lands managed by the state… Continue reading

Traffic narrows in downtown Port Angeles starting today

Repainting of the red and yellow curbs in the downtown Port Angeles area and replacement of worn traffic legends and centerline markers will occur over… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim beats Chimacum in baseball 6-1

SEQUIM -- The Sequim baseball team picked up right where it left off before spring break, taking down Chimacum 6-1 in Nisqually League play on… Continue reading

Court filing outlines extent of Ressam’s cooperation

Ahmed Ressam, the Algerian captured in Port Angeles and later convicted of plotting to bomb Los Angeles International Airport on the eve of the millennium,… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula grows by 1.6 percent in year, Census estimate says

The North Olympic Peninsula grew by 1.6 percent between July 2003 and July 2004, according to U.S. Census Bureau county population estimates released today. Both… Continue reading

Open house Friday will send off departing Port Townsend police chief

Port Townsend Police Chief Kristen Anderson will receive a public "sendoff"' sponsored by the officers and staff of her department Friday from 3 p.m. to… Continue reading