Port Angeles: Port mulls MagnaForce lease

PORT ANGELES -- MagnaForce Inc. officials want to expand their operation at the airport industrial park to continue testing LEVX, the company's magnetic-levitation, or mag-lev,… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Council candidates square off at forum

PORT TOWNSEND -- City Council candidates advocated hiring grant writers, holding town meetings and setting aside land for affordable housing during a forum Monday. The… Continue reading

Strong winds knock out power across Peninsula

Trees and tree limbs were knocked down as a storm packing wind and rain swept down from the Gulf of Alaska. The winds eased off… Continue reading

Clallam: Woman in jail awaited family members who died in head-on collision

Angela Dawn Villicana waited for her family to visit her Sunday in the Clallam County jail. Her mother, aunt and two daughters were on their… Continue reading

Gin, talcum powder prompts scare in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND -- Powder-covered tape and discolored stains on a green envelope prompted a scare at the Jefferson County Treasurer's Office in the County Courthouse.… Continue reading

Jefferson: Critic airs complaints about Brinnon plan

PORT TOWNSEND -- Mark Rose of Brinnon sought redress Monday for a dozen grievances he brought before Jefferson County commissioners concerning the Brinnon Sub-Area Plan,… Continue reading

Joyce: Girl killed in head-on crash

JOYCE -- A local girl died Monday morning in a head-on collision after she apparently lost control of her car and slammed head-on into a… Continue reading

Peninsula: Season’s first big storm blows through area

Real mariners, like the Seattle Mariners, found themselves in dire straits Monday night as the first major fall/winter storm of the season bore down on… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Three killed in head-on collision at Lake Crescent

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- Three people were killed and a child was injured Sunday afternoon in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 101 on Lake… Continue reading

Peninsula’s ONLY fall-winter visitors guide debuts today!

The Peninsula Daily News presents the 84-page North Olympic Peninsula Newcomers" and Visitors' Guide for fall/winter. It's a handy and concise magazine chock full of… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Red Lion Hotel, others to be purchased by WestCoast Hospitality

The Red Lion Hotel in Port Angeles is a step away from changing ownership again. WestCoast Hospitality Corp. has signed a letter of intent to… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Relatives pitch in to help proprietor of new business

PORT TOWNSEND -- When Maxwell's Brewery and Pub reopens Thursday, owner Chris Sudlow will owe his family big-time. That's because they helped Sudlow renovate the… Continue reading

Sequim: Audubon Center opens

More than 150 people turned out Sunday afternoon for the grand opening of the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim. "It… Continue reading

Clallam and Jefferson Voters Guides exclusively in today’s Peninsula Daily News

This voters guide contains information candidates running for office in contested races in the Nov. 6 general election in Clallam and Jefferson counties. And it's… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Officials await appropriations decisions

Interior Secretary Gale Norton reaffirmed the Bush administration's dedication to national park maintenance while speaking Friday in Portland, Ore. Norton vowed $4.9 billion will be… Continue reading

Peninsula: Cuttyhunk tests guns in Canadian waters east of Port Renfrew

PORT RENFREW, British Columbia -- Boaters making their way through the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Saturday got a surprise warning from the U.S.… Continue reading

Peninsula: Visitor and Convention Bureau considers overhaul

PORT ANGELES -- The reorganization of the North Olympic Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau has moved a step closer to completion. Guidelines for a new… Continue reading

Sequim: Author to appear on History Channel

SEQUIM -- A local author and retired Coast Guard officer is scheduled to appear Tuesday on the History Channel during a program on the U.S.… Continue reading

Clallam Bay: “Walk” to aid cancer prevention

CLALLAM BAY -- A young woman determined to educate people about detecting and preventing cancer will walk from Joyce to Clallam Bay on Sunday. Jenny… Continue reading

Film crews document PA link to Osama bin Laden

PORT ANGELES -- Three television news crews and a film crew shooting for National Geographic swarmed the MV Coho ferry dock Thursday to film images… Continue reading