Port Angeles: Business group supports $60 million “graving yard” project

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS PORT ANGELES -- After listening to City Councilman Larry Williams extol the virtues of a proposed $60 million "graving yard," Port Angeles… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Council passes development fee waiver

PORT ANGELES -- The city will be more attractive to businesses seeking to relocate after the City Council voted Tuesday to grant the city manager… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Filmmakers compete in “Film2880”

BY STUART ELLIOTT PORT TOWNSEND -- First prize was only a collection of Pez dispensers and a subscription to a movie magazine. But that didn't… Continue reading

West End: Forks logging, mill tours extended

FORKS -- The popularity of the free Forks Chamber of Commerce logging and mill tours has prompted officials to extend tour dates through Oct. 11.… Continue reading

Clallam: Conflict of interest concerns avoided in PUD vote

PORT ANGELES -- Dry Creek and Fairview elementary schools could soon receive high-speed fiber optic service as a result of a vote Monday by Clallam… Continue reading

Clallam: Judge candidates square off during chamber meeting

PORT ANGELES -- Questions over use of pro tempore judges, the value of community service and collection of fines and costs highlighted a spirited debate… Continue reading

Forks: School Board to consider levy tonight

The Quillayute Valley School Board will meet today to discuss and possibly approve seeking voter support for a replacement maintenance and operations levy. The measure… Continue reading

Going to see the queen?

Are you planning to travel to Victoria next Sunday to see Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip during the golden jubilee festivities in the provincial… Continue reading

Jefferson: Sheriff candidates debate qualifications

PORT TOWNSEND-- Candidates for Jefferson County Sheriff sparred Monday in what is quickly becoming the most interesting race on the Nov. 5 general election ballot.… Continue reading

Peninsula: Fewer juveniles facing criminal charges

Fewer juveniles are seeing the inside of a courtroom as a defendant in Jefferson and Clallam counties. According to statistics released last week, the number… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Temporary closure of Dream Playground to occur Sunday

PORT ANGELES -- The Dream Playground at Erickson Park will be closed temporarily for routine maintenance all day Sunday. The playground will reopen Monday. Volunteers… Continue reading

Sequim: Park and Recreation District No. 1 seeks name change to “SARC”

SEQUIM -- Sequim Aquatic and Recreation Center officials asked Clallam County commissioners Monday to change the name of its governing agency -- Park and Recreation… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Missing fisherman may have staged disappearance, his sister says

The disappearance of a Tacoma angler two weeks ago on the Elwha River is raising red flags for investigators and the man's sister. Lower Elwha… Continue reading

Sequim: Dugeness River Audubon Center gets $50,000 grant

SEQUIM -- Building on its initial investment of $20,000 to help establish the Dungeness River Audubon Center, the Hugh and Jane Ferguson Foundation has awarded… Continue reading

United Way Port Angeles Business Blitz, Restaurant Day on Wednesday

CLALLAM COUNTY -- On Wednesday staff and volunteers from United Way funded agencies will be hitting the streets of Port Angeles for the United Way… Continue reading

Forks: Hospital seeking replacement levy in general election

FORKS -- West End voters will be asked to approve a six-year Forks Community Hospital replacement levy to fund emergency medical care and services. The… Continue reading

Going to see the queen?

Are you planning to travel to Victoria next Sunday to see Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip during the golden jubilee festivities in the provincial capital?… Continue reading

Here’s the lineup for the Port Townsend Film Festival’s final day

The Oracle 10 a.m.: Narrative Shorts I. Noon: Storytelling in Film. 2 p.m.: Short Documentaries. 4:15 p.m.: Shorts II, Mostly Animated. 6:15 p.m.: Film 2880… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Authority proposes permanent chairlift for Hurricane Ridge

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- Downhill skiing at Hurricane Ridge could be headed uphill in a new way. A proposed two-chair ski lift would improve access… Continue reading

Patricia Neal draws a crowd of young, old fans

PORT TOWNSEND -- Aspiring actresses, autograph seekers and stroke sufferers got an upclose look at a woman who overcame tremendous odds to succeed in her… Continue reading