Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend: Attorney for accused killer wants him analyzed

The attorney for accused killer Ryan Neil Sorensen is seeking taxpayer money for a psychological evaluation of his client. Richard Davies filed a motion in… Continue reading

Peninsula: Unemployment figures for April released

April unemployment rose slightly in Clallam County, but fell in Jefferson County compared to the same month a year ago, state figures show. The monthly… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Airport drill Thursday

William R. Fairchild International Airport will be the scene of a live emergency exercise beginning at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The simulated airplane crash will include… Continue reading

Joyce: School levy election ends today

JOYCE -- Today is the deadline to return ballots for the Crescent School District replacement maintenance and operations levy election. Crescent officials are asking residents… Continue reading

Complete list of Duck Derby winners

PORT ANGELES -- Here is a list of winners in the 2003 Duck Derby, sponsored by the Olympic Medical Center Foundation and Sequim Rotary Club… Continue reading

Complete list of Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival winners

PORT TOWNSEND -- Rhododendron Festival winners in the Grand Parade, Bed Race and Kiddie Parade: GRAND PARADE Grand Sweepstakes: Sequim Irrigation Festival Governor's Award: Marysville… Continue reading

Forks: Hospital foundation donates funds for surgical equipment

FORKS -- The Forks Hospital Foundation has donated $34,000 to Forks Community Hospital for the purchase of arthroscopy equipment to be used in orthopedic surgery.… Continue reading

Sports: Seattle man defends title at Rhody Run in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND -- Seattle's Uli Steidl defended his title as he won the 12-kilometer 25th annual Rhody Run on Sunday on a sunny and cool… Continue reading

Joyce: Second Crescent levy vote set for Tuesday

JOYCE -- Tuesday is the deadline to mail or drop off ballots for the Crescent School District maintenance and operations levy election. Ballots for the… Continue reading

PDN – circulation hits another record

Peninsula Daily News' Monday through Friday circulation has hit a record high, averaging 16,665 for the first time in the newspaper's history. For Sunday circulation,… Continue reading

Peninsula Daily News staffers win eight regional newspaper awards

BELLEVUE -- news staff members won eight awards Saturday during the 2003 Society of Professional Journlists Region 10 competition. The awards were announced during the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School district selects new assistant superintendent

PORT ANGELES -- School district administrator Ron Spanjer has been named assistant superintendent of Port Angeles School District. He begins the new role July 1.… Continue reading

Sports: Chimacum wins district championship

SUMNER -- Marcus Moug remained perfect on the year, and Chimacum High School won the West Central District 2A championship -- and the district's top… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles boys golf team sends two to state tourney

TACOMA -- The Port Angeles High School boys golf team will be sending two members to the 4A state tournament May 28-29 at Canyon Lake… Continue reading

West End: Olympic Park Institute offers varied summer fare

PORT ANGELES -- Here's how you can try wood carving with a world-class carver or study wildflowers with a national expert: Register for summer or… Continue reading

Driver accused in car crash deaths due in court today

PORT ANGELES -- Arraignment is scheduled this morning in Clallam County Superior Court for the driver of a car that crashed New Year's Eve killing… Continue reading

Port Townsend-Port Ludlow regatta postponed until June

The sixth annual Port-to-Port Regatta between Port Townsend and Port Ludlow, scheduled for this weekend, has been postponed until the end of June. Wooden Boat… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Utah man’s arraignment on murder charge today

A Utah man accused of killing his former father-in-law is scheduled to be arraigned on a first-degree murder charge at 8:30 a.m. today in Jefferson… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Funding strategy for rescue tug signed

A Senate Bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Gary Locke provides a funding strategy for a rescue tugboat to remain on station at Neah Bay for… Continue reading

Peninsula: Did Navy sonar cause porpoises to die?

DUNGENESS -- Officials are trying to determine if the death of a harbor porpoise found washed ashore on Dungeness Spit is related to the use… Continue reading