Peninsula Daily News

Forks: Chamber begins series of candidate forums today

Clallam County auditor candidates Cathleen McKeown and Andy Peake will begin a weekly series today of Forks Chamber of Commerce forums involving the Nov. 6… Continue reading

Port Angeles wins double-dual swim meet vs. Sequim, Port Townsend

Port Angeles defeated both Sequim and Port Townsend in a double-dual girls swim meet Tuesday at the Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center. The Roughriders won 122-64… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Horizon Air to fortify cockpit doors on its planes

Horizon Air will reinforce cockpit doors on its entire fleet to comply with new federal regulations in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks,… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula authorities, Coast Guard remain on alert as U.S., Britain launch retaliatory strike

North Olympic Peninsula law-enforcement units and the Coast Guard remained on alert Sunday as the U.S. and Britain began military strikes on Sunday said they… Continue reading

Port Angeles: K Ply back in operation again

K Ply plywood mill in Port Angeles began operations again Sunday evening after shutting down for about a week because of a lack of product… Continue reading

Khrushchev son is NOT a chip off the old Soviet bloc

Sergei Khrushchev, son of former Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev, will speak to audiences tonight, Oct. 5, on the theme, "U.S. and Russia, Then and Now.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: 10,000 more flower bulbs to be planted along U.S. 101 this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- Forty-five thousand blooming flower bulbs weren't enough last spring, so 10,000 more will be planted by a Rotary club this weekend along… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Hearing for accused deputy killer delayed

Clallam County Superior Court Judge George L. Wood has postponed the omnibus hearing for a 54-year-old Port Angeles man accused of killing a sheriff's deputy… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Youths, pro-police foes face off across U.S. Highway 101

Port Angeles police monitored about 40 protesters on both sides of Lincoln Street near the Clallam County Courthouse Wednesday night. A group of mostly teen-agers… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Council candidates at forum today

Candidates for Port Townsend City Council participate in a two-hour forum at noon today at the Point Hudson Pavilion, hosted by the Economic Development Council… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Council approves 19.6 percent electricity rate hike

The Port Angeles City Council approved an average 19.6 percent electricity rate increase Tuesday night. The vote was 5-1 with Cathleen McKeown voting no. Councilwoman… Continue reading

Peninsula: Olympic National Park plan meetings resume Tuesday

Public meetings will be held this week in Forks, Neah Bay, Clallam Bay and Seattle to get input on the future of Olympic National Park.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: More annexation outreach meetings this week

PORT ANGELES -- City officials on Thursday will hold the second of seven meetings to answer annexation questions. The meeting is scheduled from 6:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Film festival up and running

Pass the popcorn and give two thumbs up for the second annual Port Townsend Film Festival this weekend -- three days of screening 22 films… Continue reading

Victoria: Buzz rises about a Queen Elizabeth visit next year

Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip will visit British Columbia next year, and speculation immediately rose in the province's capital that… Continue reading

Clallam: Electricity restored Wednesday after two separate outages

A faulty insulator was likely to blame for a power outage that left the Forks and LaPush areas without power for most of Wednesday morning,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Man captured here may be pivotal in investigation into terrorist attacks

A man convicted of bringing powerful explosives into Port Angeles in December 1999 appears to be an important informant in the investigation into the terrorist… Continue reading

Sequim: Pilots to take children flying this Saturday

Children interested in learning about aviation can experience flight first hand Saturday at Sequim Valley Airport. Experimental Aircraft Association pilots will take children ages eight… Continue reading

Sequim: School Board race added to Nov. 6 election ballot

The race for the Sequim School Board position vacated by Mic Sager will be on the Nov. 6 general election ballot. "The general election ballot… Continue reading

Clallam Bay: Prison official to head state penitentiary

Clallam Bay Corrections Center Superintendent Richard "Dick"' Morgan has been promoted to superintendent of Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla. Morgan will take over the… Continue reading