Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES: Cutter

> Active arrives June 9, one day earlier The Active will return to Port Angeles a day early so crew members can be honored with… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Hangar fire forces company move, review

> An insurance inspector is expected today to review the cause of Sunday morning's hangar fire at William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles.… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: No symptoms related to E. coli reported

> No health problems are expected to surface from a delivery of possible contaminated meat, health officials said Tuesday. Evergreen Meats of Port Angeles voluntarily… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Rhododendron Festival Grand Parade winners announced

> PORT TOWNSEND -- The annual Rhododendron Festival culminated Saturday with the traditional Grand Parade. Entries winning major awards in the Grand Parade are: Sweepstakes… Continue reading

ADVICE: Cook your hamburger well above 155 degrees and you’ll chase any E. coli bacteria away.

> Clallam County Environmental Health Department Director Tania Busch-Weak says the possible E. coli linked to Evergreen Meats Inc. of Port Angeles appears to have… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: PAHS graduate captures third place in tennis championships

> SPOKANE -- Jesse Schouten, a Port Angeles High School graduate, captured third place in singles and doubles last weekend at the Northwest Athletic Association… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: British Columbian wins Rhody Run

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Graeme Fell of Vancouver, B.C., won the 23rd annual 12-kilometer Rhody Run on Sunday, nosing out Puget Sound standout runner Michael… Continue reading

A www.peninsuladailynews.com exclusive! Duck Derby winners

> J. D. Logelin of Port Angeles was the first prize winner in the this year's Duck Derby, winning a 2001 Toyota Truck from Wilder… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Rhododendron Festival awards announced

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Rhododendron Festival organizers announced the winners of the Pet Parade and the Kiddie Parade on Saturday after the Grand Parade. Lisa… Continue reading

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK: Boy injured in bicycle crash

> A teen-age boy suffered serious head injuries in a bicycle crash on Saturday afternoon, authorities said. The boy was riding on Camp David Junior… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Four PDN writers win Pacific Northwest journalism awards

> BELLEVUE - -- - A reporter, two PDN columnists and a staff photographer won awards Saturday in competition among Pacific Northwest newspapers. Staff writer… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Rhododendron Festival awards announced

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Rhododendron Festival organizers announced the winners of the Pet Parade and the Kiddie Parade on Saturday after the Grand Parade. Grand… Continue reading

VICTORIA: Cruise ship incident in Strait of Juan de Fuca; injuries reportedly minor

> VICTORIA -- A cruise ship was expected to return to its home port of Seattle today after a minor accident near the entrance to… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Bush energy plan draws praise, criticism

> President Bush's 105-point plan to address the nation's energy woes was welcomed Thursday by Northwest Republicans as a way to ease the region's energy… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Here’s the lineup for this weekend’s Rhododendron Festival activities

> Friday 3 p.m. -- Carnival opens, Memorial Field. 3:30 p.m. -- Kiddie Parade. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. -- Kiwanis Fish Fry, American Legion.… Continue reading

PENINSULA: `Seafood gumbo” for outdoor seekers

> A gumbo of local seafood possibilities awaits anglers and shellfishers over the next two weeks. It begins with the first in a series of… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Police to seek drunken drivers during fest

> Don't mix your drinks with this weekend's Rhododendron Festival, law-enforcers are warning. Authorities in Jefferson County will be focusing on finding drunk drivers this… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Bill Elliott officially named city manager

> Bill Elliott officially became the new Sequim city manager Wednesday. The City Council voted unanimously to appoint the former Milton-Freewater, Ore., city manager to… Continue reading

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK: Ranger said rescue of injured horseman was most difficult

> PORT ANGELES -- The Monday rescue of a 50-year-old man who was thrown from a horse in Olympic National Park was the most difficult… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Jobless rate continues to improve

> The decline in the unemployment rate on the North Olympic Peninsula continued unabated in April. According to state Employment Security Department statistics, unemployment in… Continue reading