Port Townsend: Property next to Chetzemoka Park won’t be sold

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Golden Age Club property adjacent to Chetzemoka Park will remain in public hands. The City Council decided Tuesday to reject a… Continue reading

Quilcene: Building damaged by fire

QUILCENE -- Firefighters are crediting teen-agers attending a dance at the Quilcene Community Center with helping to save the new teen center and Sea J's… Continue reading

Sekiu: Body found is that of missing fisherman

SEKIU -- Coast Guard officials Tuesday confirmed that the body of a man found adrift in the Strait of Juan de Fuca is an Eastern… Continue reading

It’s not cheap getting children ready for school

Heading back to school can be an exciting time for children, but it can be costly for parents. Peninsula parents say they'll spend up to… 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: Cruise ship arrives at City Pier this morning

The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce plans to welcome the Spirit of Oceanus, its captain and passengers with music, a red carpet and a plaque… Continue reading

Forks: City officials traveling to D.C. to stop planned Quillayute Coast Guard station closure

Closing the Coast Guard's Quillayute River Station and transferring its equipment and personnel to Neah Bay, Port Angeles and Port Townsend is the preferred of… Continue reading

Forks: Where to find the Coast Guard environmental report

Copies of the Coast Guard's environmental assessment on closing the Quillayute River Station are available at the public libraries in Forks, Port Angeles, Port Townsend… Continue reading

The Darrick Meneken column: PA man in final 500 miles of West Coast hike

CASCADE LOCKS -- Now Marc Logan knows how banana slugs taste. Logan, the 23-year-old Port Angeles student attempting to hike the length of the Pacific… Continue reading

Chimacum: Casino official says stolen band money apparently not gambled in Blyn

CHIMACUM -- High school band teacher David Ralph Jones may not have gambled away $4,000 in student band money at 7 Cedars Casino in Blyn… Continue reading

Peninsula: Upgrades planned for Olympic Park Institute

Olympic Park Institute is in the midst of a $1.5 million capital campaign to build and improve outdoor amenities, educational centers and administrative offices. JoAnne… Continue reading

Peninsula’s best voter guide appears in today’s PDN

Today's eight-page special section of the has complete information about the primary election races in Clallam and Jefferson counties. It profiles all the candidates and… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Controversy over new Port executive’s past

Claude Bullock, selected to be the new executive director of the Port of Port Angeles, is now the subject of controversy about his alleged ties… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Quilcene man found guilty of murder

PORT TOWNSEND -- Robert Stoner of Quilcene faces a minimum of 25 years in prison following his conviction Friday for first-degree murder in the shooting… Continue reading

Search ends for missing fishermen, now presumed dead

LAPUSH -- The search for four missing Eastern Washington men has ended along with hopes that they could still be alive. The Rev. Tom Starr,… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Fire station renovations nearly finished

CARLSBORG -- Renovations on the Fire District No. 3 station are nearing completion. The renovated station, set to open Sept. 10, will house three full-time… Continue reading

Chimacum: High school band teacher accused of gambling away kids” money

CHIMACUM -- Chimacum High School band teacher David Jones faces first-degree theft charges for allegedly gambling away approximately $4,000 in band funds. Jones was arrested… Continue reading

Four boaters missing near LaPush

LAPUSH -- Four Eastern Washington men are missing after their capsized boat was discovered Thursday morning off Little James Island. Coast Guard officials believe the… Continue reading

Look for voter guide in Sunday’s PDN

This Sunday's editior will have a special four-page election section focusing on the primary races in Clallam and Jefferson counties. The section -- which will… Continue reading

Peninsula: Patrols increased for holiday weekend

Law enforcement agencies Peninsula-wide will be on the hunt for traffic violations this Labor Day Weekend. Every available State Patrol trooper in Clallam and Jefferson… Continue reading