Peninsula Daily News

Clallam: Young salmon counted as they head to sea

BLYN -- The next generation of salmon are being counted in smolt traps operated by the Jamestown S"Klallam tribe as the young fish leave Dungeness… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Annual Duck Derby goes off without a hitch

PORT ANGELES -- The foul smell of bunker fuel didn't keep hundreds of residents from flocking to Ediz Hook on Sunday to watch rubber ducks… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Record number of rubber ducks entered in today’s derby

PORT ANGELES -- More than 22,000 rubber ducks are expected to take to the water of the Daishowa America mill canal today for the 13th… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Redskins fall in regional baseball action

BELLINGHAM -- The Port Townsend High School baseball team just couldn't bring the runs home as it fell 3-1 to White Salmon in a 2A… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Duck Derby schedule

PORT ANGELES -- The Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby takes place Sunday and includes activities for the entire family. All events will be on Ediz… Continue reading

Joyce: Could veteran lawmaker Buck become the next GOP House leader?

JOYCE -- Rep. Jim Buck says he is willing to take the reins of the Republican force in the state House of Representatives next year… Continue reading

Peninsula: Unemployment rates fall

The unemployment rate in Jefferson and Clallam counties decreased in April, according to new state figures. A report released Tuesday by the state Employment Security… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Free job fair offers employment opportunities

People looking for jobs can talk to more than 45 Peninsula employers and exhibitors at the "Job Fair . . . Works for You in… Continue reading

Clallam and Jefferson residents – the numbers

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Peninsula Daily News has begun a three-part series on newly released 2000 Census data for the North Olympic Peninsula. Residents in Clallam… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Police stationed at airport instead of National Guard

Port Angeles police will replace National Guard troops today to monitor security at William R. Fairchild International Airport. Beginning at 5 a.m., one police officer… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Seattle radio station’s transmitter bid could silence KIKN-AM

A Seattle radio station has reapplied for an increase to 50,000 watts of broadcasting power that would silence a Port Angeles radio station. Inspiration Media… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Rhododendron Festival blossoms this weekend

PORT TOWNSEND -- The annual Rhododendron Festival kicks off Saturday with the Rhody Bicycle Tour, arts and crafts fair, senior citizen's royalty coronation and dance… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Planning panel clears 30-lot eastside subdivision

The Port Angeles Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of a proposed 30-lot subdivision on the city's east side Wednesday night. The Ennis Creek Estates property… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Groups to address INS ferry fee

The Port Angeles Business Association is sending a letter opposing the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service's proposed $3 border crossing fee for commercial ship and… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City Council to ink contract with Clallam YMCA

The Port Townsend City Council voted 7-0 Monday night to enter into a contract with the YMCA for city recreational services. The council voted to… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Race relations task force meeting Wednesday

A task force looking into recent Coast Guard complaints of racism will meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday to discuss the incidents and how the community… Continue reading

Where to send comments

The Immigration and Naturalization Service is accepting input on the proposed $3 immigration fee until May 24. The fee would be applied to all ferry… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Fort Worden centennial activities

Anniversary Days kick off the centennial celebration at Fort Worden and is one of four festivals in 2002 that will honor the rich history and… Continue reading

Quilcene: Firefighter’s condition improving

QUILCENE -- A volunteer firefighter seriously injured in a head-on crash that killed a local teen-ager Tuesday is apparently improving at Harborview Medical Center in… Continue reading

Sequim: Here’s your schedule of Sequim Irrigation Festival events

SEQUIM -- The 107th edition of the Sequim Irrigation Festival, the state's oldest continuing festival, begins today. The festival was started May 1, 1896, when… Continue reading