Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles bridge to be closed temporarily Friday, Saturday

Port Angeles' Eighth Street bridge over Tumwater Creek will be closed for four hours today and two hours Saturday so that preliminary construction work can… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sunrise service Sunday at Civic Field

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles Ministerial Association will host its annual Easter Sunrise Service in Civic Field on Race Street, between Third and Fourth,… Continue reading

Rice on Ressam

EXCERPTS OF a transcript of national security adviser Condoleezza Rice's testimony Thursday relating to the arrest of al-Qaida terrorist Ahmed Ressam in Port Angeles on… Continue reading

Sequim: More elk tagged with radio collars

Five more elk in the Sequim-Dungeness herd have been equipped with radio collars that activate flashing warning signs along a 3-mile stretch of U.S. Highway… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Eighth Street closed at times this week

The Eighth Street bridge over Valley Creek will be closed today from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., launching the first work leading to the eventual… Continue reading

Sports: Fastpitch team blows out Lincoln

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles High School fastpitch team got off to a winning start in Narrows League competition with a 12-2 blowout of… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City Hall annex comments sought

The city of Port Townsend is accepting public comments on possible environmental impacts of constructing a 12,000-square-foot City Hall annex building. The $4.75 million project… Continue reading

Victims funds set up in wake of Sequim shootings

Two accounts have been set up at First Federal Savings and Loan Association to assist the victims of Wednesday's shooting. Contributions may be made at… Continue reading

Big auction Wednesday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- More than $15,000 worth of merchandise will be up for bid at the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce's annual fund-raising auction on… Continue reading

Forks: Pair missing in Olympic National Park flown to family, friends

FORKS -- Two Everett hikers who had been missing in Olympic National Park's upper Bogachiel River area were picked up by helicopter Monday after being… Continue reading

Memorial service Wednesday for Clallam Bay youths killed in wreck

A COMMUNITY MEMORIAL service for the four youths killed in a car wreck Saturday morning will be held Wednesday afternoon. The public service will begin… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles wins, 2-1

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles High School fastpitch team won 2-1 over Holy Names behind a strong outing by pitcher Megan Ramsey in nonleague… Continue reading

West End: Work crew discovers apparent human fetus along trail

What appears to be a human fetus in a specimen jar was found along a trail in west Jefferson County on Wednesday. A work crew… Continue reading

Clallam service award winners honored Friday

PORT ANGELES -- Five "local heroes"' will be honored Friday with the Clallam County Community Service Award for 2004. The recipients are: * John and… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Copter crew returns home after 48-day Coast Guard deployment

PORT ANGELES -- A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew that participated in a record-breaking drug patrol returned to Port Angeles on Wednesday afternoon after a… Continue reading

Clallam: County GOP elects new leadership

Donna Buck, wife of state Rep. Jim Buck, was elected Tuesday as chairman of the Clallam County Republican Party. A 12-year county GOP member, Buck… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Fairview School to remain much the same if Monroe closes, board votes

The Port Angeles School District board voted 4-1 Monday night to recommend that Fairview Elementary School remain a two-unit school -- two classrooms per grade… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Old fire bell receives state kudo

The Port Townsend fire bell tower restoration project has been honored by a state historical organization. City Manager David Timmons told the Port Townsend Chamber… Continue reading

Clallam Transit launches new and modified service today

Clallam Transit today launches new bus service that transit officials say are designed to reduce or cut unproductive routes, add or supplement high-demand service and… Continue reading

First BirdFest on North Olympic Peninsula this weekend

Visiting the area's best birding sites is the number one priority for the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society's first BirdFest on Friday through Sunday, but it's… Continue reading