Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles: Relay for Life tonight

Hundreds of people are expected to walk around the track at Port Angeles High School tonight in the 15th annual 24-hour Relay for Life. Beginning… Continue reading

Chimacum: Kettle Falls educator selected as superintendent

CHIMACUM -- The schools chief of Kettle Falls will become the new superintendent of the Chimacum School District, the School Board decided Wednesday night. Blair,… Continue reading

Sequim: School principal appointed

SEQUIM -- School Board members hired two district administrators Monday night. Vincent Riccobene is the new Helen Haller Elementary School principal, and Leon Warner is… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Daishowa mill idled for maintenance, improvements

The Daishowa America paper mill in Port Angeles is undergoing $3.4 million in capital improvements during an annual shutdown, which is expected to last in… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City Council to consider plans for sailboat tours from City Pier

PORT ANGELES -- The City Council will be asked tonight to approve a plan to offer sailing tours of the harbor this summer, with a… Continue reading

Chad will be taken off Clallam ballots, while Jefferson voters will touch the screen

Punch-card voting will become a thing of the past in Clallam County -- and "touch-screen"' voting will be introduced in both Jefferson and Clallam counties… Continue reading

Chimacum sports: Cowboys finish fourth in state

YAKIMA -- The Chimacum High School baseball team finished fourth at the 2A state tournament following a 4-2 loss to Lakeside of Nine Mile Falls… Continue reading

Jefferson: Fall election will fill final 3 years of Wrinkle’s term

Wendi Wrinkle's resignation comes early enough in the year that the 3rd District commissioner seat will be put up for election in the fall, Jefferson… Continue reading

Sequim sports: Brabant takes second in two state track events

PASCO -- Sequim High School track star James Brabant took second place in both the 110-meter hurdles and the 300 hurdles to lead the Wolves… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Man found guilty of downtown bank thievery

A Clallam County Superior Court jury on Thursday convicted the man charged with robbing the downtown Port Angeles Bank of America branch in January. The… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim High School student captures state honors

YAKIMA -- Sequim High School golfer Adam Columbia, a junior, captured fifth in the Class 3A state championships held at the Apple Tree Golf Course… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Canadian helicopter assists in diver rescue

A Canadian air force helicopter helped rescue a 34-year-old American diver Tuesday afternoon after the man was reported overdue near Tatoosh Island in the Strait… Continue reading

Sequim: City Council meetings might be televised

SEQUIM -- The Sequim City Council may air its business on public access television. If the council approves the proposal, meetings would be televised on… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim off to state track, field championships

SEQUIM -- The Sequim Wolves will be sending seven athletes to the state Class 3A track and field championships Friday and Saturday in Pasco. "This… Continue reading

Jefferson: Sheriff appointed to statewide board

PORT HADLOCK -- Jefferson County Sheriff Mike Brasfield has been appointed to serve on the board of a state organization designed to improve communication among… Continue reading

Chimacum: Cowboys to play Othello in baseball semis

CHEHALIS -- The Chimacum Cowboys will play Othello in the Class 2A state baseball semifinals Friday at the Yakima County Stadium in Yakima. The game… Continue reading

Jefferson: Opposition groups win preliminary ruling against “pit-to-pier” project

PORT LUDLOW -- Leaders of the Hood Canal Coalition, which opposes the Fred Hill Materials pit-to-pier gravel-mining project, have applauded a preliminary decision from a… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts a multiple treat

PORT ANGELES -- For audiences of the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts, it's a clear-cut case of so much entertainment, so little time.… Continue reading

Peninsula: Activities abound this holiday weekend

While others are headed to ShrimpFest in Brinnon to gorge themselves on seafood, activities abound in other Peninsula communities this weekend. The biggest event is… Continue reading

West End: Rescue tug finishes fifth season of operation

NEAH BAY -- The Barbara Foss rescue tug finished its fifth season of duty in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Friday after successfully… Continue reading