Peninsula Daily News

Sports: Chimacum rolls over Port Townsend

CHIMACUM -- The Chimacum High School baseball team ran over Port Townsend 12-1 Friday in a Nisqually League game thanks in part to Marcus Moug's… Continue reading

When will Lincoln pass the North Olympic Peninsula? Navy won’t say

PORT ANGELES -- A man in Idaho phoned the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce last week, asking when the USS Abraham Lincoln will be off… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Roughriders one win away from league championship

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles High School baseball team is one win away from clinching the Narrows League championship after pounding Shelton 13-1 Wednesday.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Rayonier cleanup meeting tonight

A public meeting to review and comment on the next steps planned for cleanup of the Rayonier pulp mill site is tonight. The meeting, from… Continue reading

Port Angeles: State to open hearings on PA center

PORT ANGELES -- Beginning today at 9:30 a.m., the state Shorelines Hearings Board will listen to arguments for and against building the Oak Street hotel… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Historic home to open May 1

Rothschild House, the smallest Washington State Park, will open for the summer season next week in Port Townsend. Located at the corner of Taylor and… Continue reading

Earthquakes shake Olympic Peninsula

QUILCENE -- Two minor earthquakes shook the North Olympic Peninsula early Friday morning, rousting only a few people out of bed. A 4.8 magnitude quake… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Rayonier cleanup meeting Wednesday

PORT ANGELES -- The public is being asked to review and comment on the next steps planned for cleanup of the Rayonier pulp mill site.… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim defeats Foster

TUKWILA -- The Sequim High School baseball team came back from a Friday loss to Chimacum and cruised past Foster 16-4 in Nisqually League action… Continue reading

Where to pay your property taxes

First half property taxes are due Wednesday in Jefferson and Clallam counties. Tax payments in Clallam County can be mailed to the Clallam County Treasurer's… Continue reading

Peninsula Spotlight: Dixieland jazz festival in Port Angeles this weekend

Dixieland jazz lovers are in for a big weekend beginning today, April 25, when Jazz in the Olympics Festival brings nine bands to Port Angeles.… Continue reading

Peninsula tourism: Why do they come?

Why do people visit Clallam and Jefferson counties? The Olympic & Kitsap Peninsulas 2002 Visitor Profile surveyed visitors in Clallam County to find out. Clallam… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sawmill layoffs start today

About 20 Crown Pacific Partners LP millworkers in Port Angeles face temporary layoffs today, not knowing when they"ll be called back to work. The North… Continue reading

Other Port Angeles School District budget cut forums:

PORT ANGELES -- Three additional forums will be held before the School Board announces budget cuts May 19. Here is the schedule for future forums,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Liberty Bell replica to toll for Iraq war casualty Reiss

PORT ANGELES -- Local veterans ring the replica Liberty Bell at Veterans Park on Lincoln Street the last Friday of every month to honor Clallam… Continue reading

Sports: Chimacum rises to 8-3 record with win over Foster

CHIMACUM -- The Chimacum Cowboys jumped on the Foster Bulldogs with 10 runs in the first inning and easily won the Nisqually League baseball game… Continue reading

Unemployment falls a half-percent on North Olympic Peninsula

The jobless rate in Clallam and Jefferson counties fell 0.5 percent during March, a state Employment Security Commission monthly report shows. Clallam County registered 8… Continue reading

Sequim letter tied to mail scare in Tacoma

TACOMA -- Powder on a letter addressed to the Sequim Police Department helped to set off a terrorism scare Tuesday that shut down a huge… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend rallies to beat Chimacum 3-2

CHIMACUM -- The Port Townsend High School boys soccer team came from behind to beat Jefferson County rival Chimacum 3-2 in Nisqually League play Tuesday.… Continue reading

Peninsula: Clallam Bay prison to offer Father’s Day program

BY EMELINE COKELET CLALLAM BAY -- For a day, these men will be fathers. They will replace their prison uniforms with matching T-shirts, help their… Continue reading