Port Ludlow: Residents air concerns over quarry plan

PORT LUDLOW -- A plan to deepen Mats Mats Quarry to 60 feet below sea level has area residents concerned about possible environmental impacts. Nearly… Continue reading

Port Townsend: More suspects to be named attack on PT woman

PORT TOWNSEND -- Idaho detectives are investigating two more men who allegedly robbed a local woman, stabbed her and left her for dead on a… Continue reading

Sequim: Building and Remodeling Expo begins Saturday

SEQUIM -- The fifth annual Building & Remodeling Expo promises to offer information relevant for anyone planning to remodel or build a new home. The… Continue reading

Sequim: Chamber decision makes mural removal easier

SEQUIM -- The owner of Lehman's Market says the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's decision to end its involvement with the 154-foot long mural on… Continue reading

Sequim: Festivals won’t be charged for police services

SEQUIM -- City Council members agree the city's two largest annual festivals shouldn't have to pay for generalized services under a planned special events ordinance.… Continue reading

Sequim: Skin graft surgery slated for Sequim fireman

SEQUIM -- Volunteer fireman Mike McAneny faces the second in a series of surgeries today to help heal burns he suffered when a gasoline can… Continue reading

West End: Bogachiel on state parks closure list

FORKS -- Bogachiel State Park and several other state-run parks in Washington may close as soon as this spring because of the state budget shortfall.… Continue reading

A special message to www.peninsuladailynews.com readers

The PDN grant program is accepting applications from charitable, 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations in Clallam and Jefferson counties for $25,000 in 2002 grants from the newspaper.… Continue reading

Forks: Body found in creek identified

FORKS -- Police have identified a body found in a creek last week as a 19-year-old man from Forks. David W. Davis was described by… Continue reading

Forum focuses on meth use in south Jefferson County

BRINNON -- Bill Marlow knows that the destructive effects of methamphetamine addiction can touch the most stable of families. "My 16-year-old daughter was a straight-A… Continue reading

It’s fewer than two weeks before spring, but it’s feeling more like midwinter.

The National Weather Service on Wednesday night said snow is probable across the North Olympic Peninsula -- and the rest of Western Washington -- through… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Idaho authorities charge South Carolina man in connection with highway beating

PORT TOWNSEND -- A South Carolina man has been charged with seven felonies in the robbery of a Port Townsend woman who was stabbed, beaten… Continue reading

Sequim: Chamber of Commerce washes hands of downtown mural

SEQUIM -- Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce board members voted Wednesday to cut their ties with a mural painted on the Lehman's Grocery building. Chamber… Continue reading

Painter depicting “fantasy” view of Dungeness River

SEQUIM -- A "fantasy" view of the Dungeness River Valley will be the newest mural in the area and the eighth painted by artist Tim… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Independent investigation upholds findings of jail suicide

PORT ANGELES -- A Kitsap County deputy coroner has upheld the initial finding of suicide for a man found dead in a Clallam County jail… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Roughrider girls begin quest for state basketball championship today

PORT ANGELES -- Mike Knowles knows it's going to take a little luck. The fifth-year Port Angeles girls basketball coach has his team back in… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Earlier ferry run to Keystone possible

PORT TOWNSEND -- Frequent ferry riders on the Port Townsend-Keystone route may get their wish for an earlier run. Following the urging of a group… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Two Redskins teams heading to state tournament

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port Townsend Redskins are sending two teams to the 2A state tournament starting today. The boys and girls basketball teams play… Continue reading

Sequim: Streetscape groundbreaking set for today

SEQUIM -- City dignitaries officially kick off construction of the North Sequim Avenue streetscape today, but groundwork to ensure the project goes smoothly has been… Continue reading

Clallam: PUD will cut rates 3 percent across the board

If the Bonneville Power Administration drops its wholesale power rate by 7 percent on April 1, the Clallam County Public Utility District will cut its… Continue reading