Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles: Roughriders look like Mariners, come from behind to win

ANACORTES -- Port Angeles High School hit seven home runs in three games to improve to 8-0 in Narrows League baseball action and 11-1 overall… Continue reading

Peninsula: Boy Scout camporee set for today, Saturday at Fort Worden

Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend will host the Boy Scouts" Spring Camporee today and Saturday. Fifteen troops -- 175 scouts -- from Clallam… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Next week’s Jazz in the Olympics festival previewed in Peninsula Spotlight

The Jazz in the Olympics Society will sponsor the Jazz in the Olympics Festival in Port Angeles April 26 through April 28. Nine bands will… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Hood Canal Bridge session set for Friday

Plans to close Hood Canal Bridge in 2006 will be addressed during a meeting in Port Townsend on Friday. The Peninsula Regional Transportation Policy Organization… Continue reading

Peninsula: Unemployment rate continues to fall

A report released Tuesday by the state Employment Security Department shows the jobless rate on the North Olympic Peninsula still falling in March. In Jefferson… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Convention center gets PABA endorsement

The Port Angeles Business Association on Tuesday passed a resolution supporting developer Randal Jay Ehm's plans for a waterfront hotel and convention center. Approved in… Continue reading

Forks: Community forum to discuss school technology today

Forks High School and a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will be discussed during a community forum today. The high school was… Continue reading

Jefferson: County now has a terrorism reaction plan

The Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management has presented county comissioners with a plan that spells out how local government, fire and medical agencies would… Continue reading

Jefferson: County, city agree to let expert examine Glen Cove’s potential

The Port Townsend City Council and Jefferson County commissioners approved an agreement Monday to help resolve their differences over the future of Glen Cove. And… Continue reading

Jefferson: Washout keeps Dosewallips Road closed

HOODSPORT -- A key access road to the eastern side of Olympic National Park that was washed out by a winter storm will remain closed… Continue reading

Clallam: Clallam Transit names its outstanding employees for 2001

PORT ANGELES -- Jaci Rooney has been named Clallam Transit System Employee of the Year for 2001. Rooney, a driver, was chosen for the honor… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Conference center moves forward

PORT ANGELES -- A waterfront hotel and conference center is closer to reality. "I"m ready to go!" said Randal Jay Ehm, architect and developer, after… Continue reading

Sequim: Dungeness flooding likely destroyed redds

SEQUIM -- Jamestown S"Klallam tribal officials are calling last month's flooding along the Dungeness River a "historic event." According to Jamestown S'Klallam habitat biologist Byron… Continue reading

Clallam: Physicians benefit fund to award four grants

PORT ANGELES -- The Clallam County Physicians Community Benefit Fund will be awarding four grants this year totaling $9,865. This year's recipients are: * First… Continue reading

Peninsula: Walkling trust to provide $20,000 in grants

Five Peninsula groups have been selected to receive grants from the Ben and Myrtle Walkling Memorial Trust this year. The five grants, which total $20,000,… Continue reading

Hunting Easter eggs all over the North Olympic Peninsula

Hundreds of North Olympic Peninsula children hit the bunny trail Saturday collecting thousands of eggs and prizes left by Peter Cottontail. Easter egg hunts highlighted… Continue reading

Peninsula: Sunrise services in Port Angeles, Port Townsend on Sunday

Special nondenominational Easter sunrise services will be held in Port Angeles and Port Townsend on Sunday. The Rev. Skip Cadorette of First Baptist Church of… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Tentative cable TV pact announced

Port Angeles city officials announced late Thursday that they have reached a tentative agreement with Northland Cable Television to continue to provide cable broadcast services.… Continue reading

Jefferson: Murder case sentencing hearing set for Friday

Convicted murderer Robert Froehlich is scheduled to appear in Jefferson County Superior Court in Port Townsend on Friday for a sentencing hearing. Froehlich, 29, formerly… Continue reading

Sequim: Irrigation Festival royal court to appear

SEQUIM -- Pin auctions and the first official appearance of Queen Jennifer Horton and her royal court highlight the Kickoff Dinner for the 107th annual… Continue reading