West End: Major rivers closed to fishing because of low flows

All major West End rivers have been closed to sport fishing to protect salmon prevented from moving upstream to spawn by extreme low-water conditions. In… Continue reading

Forks: Community rallying to help girl stricken with leukemia

FORKS -- Jill Henry's school photo doesn't quite say it all. Jill, an 8-year-old Forks Elementary School third-grader with strawberry-blond braided pigtails and a sweet… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Old Elwha Resort coming down early next year

PORT ANGELES -- The remnants of the former Elwha Resort along U.S. Highway 101 west of here will come down early next year as part… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Murder trial enters second week today

The second week of the Thomas Martin Roberts murder trial begins at 10 a.m. today in Clallam County Superior Court. Western State Hospital doctors who… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Train locomotive re-emerges from decades of storage

PORT ANGELES -- A historical locomotive that carries a piece of the North Olympic Peninsula's logging history made a short journey Sunday. A 1929 "Willamette"… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Classic boats given to rowing club

PORT TOWNSEND -- Which came first, the rowers or the boats? In the case of the Rat Island Rowing Club, it was a wooden racing… Continue reading

To readers of peninsuladailynews.com

The only North Olympic Peninsula guide to fall and winter attractions and activities is in today's editions of the PDN. The fall/winter 2002-2003 North Olympic… Continue reading

Peninsula: Jurors’ trek home interrupted by fog, low tides

PORT ANGELES -- At the end of the first week of trial, the trip home for 15 Island County residents hearing Thomas Martin Roberts' murder… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Three boys arrested in connection with store robbery

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County sheriff's deputies have arrested three Port Angeles High School students in connection with last Tuesday's armed robbery of Lincoln Park… Continue reading

Quilcene: Man killed in car-bicycle crash

QUILCENE -- A local man who rode his bicycle to town every day was killed Friday morning in an collision with an automobile on a… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Streamflow low in Peninsula rivers

Wildfires in the normally wet West End's rain forests and extremely low river flows in streams throughout the North Olympic Peninsula have firefighters, habitat biologists… Continue reading

To readers of peninsuladailynews.com

The only North Olympic Peninsula guide to fall and winter attractions and activities is hot off the press and coming in Monday's editions of the… Continue reading

West End: All fishing halted on Quillayute River

LAPUSH -- Extremely low Quillayute River flow levels have led the Quileute tribe to curtail net fishing for salmon until rains replenish the waterway. The… Continue reading

Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts and PDN invite you to “Tangoheart” tonight

PORT ANGELES -- Get ready for flash and flair of tango. The Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts will present the Seattle City Sextet… Continue reading

Peninsula: Halloween activities begin today — your complete schedule

Halloween celebrations kick off this weekend with pumpkin carving contests, craft fairs, dances and corn mazes. As Oct. 31 approaches, children will have opportunities to… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Drug use was common in Roberts’ home, son testifies

PORT ANGELES -- Thomas Martin Roberts' son lived with him briefly in 1995, using methamphetamine and other drugs with his father. "People that lived there… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Courthouse temporarily evacuated

About two dozen county employees were evacuated from part of the Jefferson County Courthouse after a woman covered in gasoline entered the building Thursday morning.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Fog keeps ferry from making appointed rounds

The Klickitat made only one run of 20 on the Port Townsend-Keystone ferry Thursday. As heavy fog blanketed the area, the ferry left from Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Port commissioners get glimpse of 2003 budget plan

PORT TOWNSEND -- Port of Port Townsend commissioners were presented Wednesday night with a proposed $3.89 million budget for 2003, up $300,000 from the current… Continue reading

Sequim: Developer says design standards may prompt shopping center anchors to withdraw

SEQUIM -- A Tacoma developer with plans to build an 800,000-square-foot regional shopping center here says rigid design standards could drive away potential tenants because… Continue reading