Port Angeles: Port commissioners meet Monday

The Port of Port Angeles board of commissioners will meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Port's administrative offices, 338 West First St. in Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend: New exhibits tell tale of Peninsula’s natural history

PORT TOWNSEND -- An old building with new exhibits will reach back in time to tell the natural history of the North Olympic Peninsula. Building… Continue reading

Wooden Boat Festival heading toward attendance record

PORT TOWNSEND --The turnout of about 20,000 people Friday and Saturday to the Wooden Boat Festival exceeded Wooden Boat Festival organizers' expectations. "We had an… Continue reading

Chimacum: Band teacher to plead in theft case today

A Chimacum High School band instructor will be arraigned today, Friday, for allegedly stealing and gambling away $4,000 in band money. David Ralph Jones, 46,… Continue reading

Clallam: United Way campaign kicks off

The annual United Way of Clallam County campaign begins Saturday with local celebrities sacking groceries at stores in Forks, Port Angeles and Sequim. "It was… Continue reading

Here’s the schedule for the 25th Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival

Yachts, schooners, kayaks, dinghies -- they'll all be on display, along with pulling boats and powered craft for the 25th Wooden Boat Festival in Port… Continue reading

LaPush: Memorial services set for family members in fatal boating incident

Memorial services are planned this weekend for a Spokane-area pastor and his three grandsons who disappeared last week during a fishing trip off LaPush. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Former crewmen of longtime cutter Winona reunite this weekend

About 200 former crewmen of the Coast Guard cutter Winona are in Port Angeles for a reunion this weekend. The Winona spent 27 of its… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Two more groups come out against Port’s director choice

Two more business groups have expressed their concern to the Port of Port Angeles commissioners about the selection of Claude Bullock as their executive director.… Continue reading

Annual football section in Friday’s Peninsula Daily News

Friday's editions will feature a 24-page preview of all North Olympic Peninsula high school varsity football teams, plus looks at the University of Washington Huskies,… Continue reading

LaPush: Coast Guard to keep Quyllayute station open

LAPUSH -- It will stay open -- for now. Coast Guard officials announced Wednesday they will not close Station Quillayute River in the immediate future.… Continue reading

LaPush: Two more bodies found from capsized boat

LAPUSH -- Two more family members from Eastern Washington missing since a boating accident last week have been pulled from the ocean about 10 miles… Continue reading

Peninsula’s best voter guide available

The Peninsula Daily News' eight-page primary election voter guide has complete information about the races in Clallam and Jefferson counties. It profiles all the candidates… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Electric meat smoker linked to house fire

PORT ANGELES -- A meat smoker is likely to blame for a fire that destroyed a Sutter Road home Tuesday evening. "We're very comfortable saying… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Wenatchee company buying Lincoln Theatre

PORT ANGELES -- The historical downtown building housing the Lincoln Theatre is being sold to the movie theater's operator, Sun Basin Theaters of Wenatchee. The… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Mayor, residents oppose cutting down trees to make room for ferry holding lanes

PORT TOWNSEND -- Residents don't want their poplar trees along Sims Way cut down to make way for more ferry traffic lanes. Mayor George Masci… Continue reading

Clallam: Utility announces power rate increase

Power rates will increase 22.4 percent beginning Oct. 1 for the average residential and farm ratepayer served by the Clallam County Public Utility District. That… Continue reading

Jefferson: School speed limit is 20 mph, sheriff reminds motorists

Classes start up at some schools in Jefferson County today. Sheriff's deputies will be out on patrol, monitoring school zones for traffic violators, according to… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City to consider power rate increases Sept. 18

PORT ANGELES -- The City Council will consider a power rate increase Sept. 18 following a public hearing. The rate increase will probably become effective… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Cruise ship arrival met with excitement on both sides

PORT ANGELES -- A red carpet, plates of bagels and a large gathering of people awaited the docking of the Spirit of Oceanus. The passengers… Continue reading