JEFFERSON: SAILBOAT TOWED TO PORT TOWNSENDPENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND -- A disabled sailboat with a broken rudder was towed safely to a Port Townsend marina Saturday evening, the U.S. Coast Guard reported.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Roughrider girls win state tournament berth

OLYMPIA -- They made it ... again. And this time the Port Angeles girls basketball team won't have to face elimination before heading to the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sen. Murray aide expected to view mag-lev system today

PORT ANGELES -- U.S. Sen. Patty Murray is interested in the LEVX magnetic-levitation transportation system being developed by Magna Force Inc., her press secretary says.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Where no lawyer has gone before

PORT ANGELES -- Attorney and Judge Brian Paul Coughenour takes law where no legal mind has gone before -- into the ethical and moral conflicts… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Web site businessman arrested by FBI

PORT HADLOCK -- A man operating a Internet design company under a false name has been arrested by federal authorities on 21 counts of wire… Continue reading

Sequim: Fireman recovering from burn surgery

SEQUIM -- A volunteer fireman, severely burned eight days ago when a plastic gasoline can exploded in his hand, is recuperating from surgery at Harborview… Continue reading

Mag-lev system inventor urges business leaders to encourage federal support

PORT ANGELES -- Opportunity is knocking. But unless Peninsula business leaders can persuade federal officials in charge of research and development money to open the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Alternatives to budget cutbacks proposed by Monroe parents

PORT ANGELES -- Parents called on school district officials to sell the Central Services Building and move administrative offices to a school campus instead of… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Jumper talked down

PORT ANGELES -- Police talked a man out of jumping from the western Eighth Street bridge early Thursday morning. Officers responded around 9:40 p.m. Wednesday… Continue reading

Port Angeles: New trial date for accused deputy killer

A Sept. 3 trial has been scheduled for the man accused of killing a Clallam County deputy sheriff in August 2000. An Island County jury… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Froehlich found guilty of 1992 murder of teen-age girl

PORT TOWNSEND -- A decade after he stabbed a 15-year-old girl to death and dumped her body in the Little Quilcene River, Robert Froehlich was… Continue reading

Sequim: Committee wants to assume project that determines revered mural’s fate

SEQUIM -- A committee trying to help shape the future of a popular downtown mural wants more direction from the Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce. On… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles girls in second round of district tournament Friday night

PORT ANGELES -- The Roughrider girls are at it again tonight. Port Angeles (19-2) takes on Kentlake (16-5) in the second round of the West… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend, Chimacum meet Friday night in tournament

After beating one another on the other's home court, the Port Townsend and Chimacum boys basketball teams meet tonight for the third time this season.… Continue reading

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The Peninsula Daily News 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

Peninsula: State ferry fares could increase another $1.25 on May 12

North Olympic Peninsula residents could pay up to $1.25 more per state ferry trip according to a new fare increase proposal from the state Department… Continue reading

Port Angeles: K Ply mill back to full capacity, staffing

K Ply Inc. officials said Wednesday all of the Port Angeles plywood mill's workers laid off in November have returned to work. K Ply President… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Parents, grandparents of Monroe School students develop own list of budget cutbacks

PORT ANGELES -- Parents and and grandparents of Monroe Elementary School students outlined budget alternatives to proposed school closings during a meeting Wednesday. The meeting… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City to buy 35th Street property from county

PORT TOWNSEND -- The City Council has approved the purchase of the six-acre 35th Street property from Jefferson County for $60,000. There are no immediate… Continue reading

Frustrated parents voice concern over proposed Port Angeles school closures, other proposed cutbacks

PORT ANGELES -- Frustrated parents, community members and district officials debated budget cutback proposals Tuesday that include two school closures. The session was the first… Continue reading