Port Angeles: Pedestrian struck on highway

A woman crossing U.S. Highway 101 near Deer Park Cinemas was struck by a car and airlifted to Harborview Medical Center late Monday. The woman's… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port selects former Miami executive

Claude M. Bullock has been selected by Port of Port Angeles commissioners as the Port's new executive director. Bullock, 61, former deputy director for the… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City Council candidates square off at chamber meeting

PORT TOWNSEND -- Four City Council candidates debated the balance between economic development and the quality of life Monday during a meeting of the Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend: DNA evidence presented in murder trial

PORT TOWNSEND -- The jury hearing the first-degree murder case against Robert Stoner of Quilcene listened to testimony on DNA evidence Monday. Stoner, 55, is… Continue reading

Clallam: Political forum for candidates Tuesday

PORT ANGELES -- A two-hour forum will be held Tuesday for candidates in the primary election for Port of Port Angeles District 1 commissioner, Olympic… Continue reading

Peninsula Junior Rodeo Association results

Clallam County Fairgrounds, Saturday and Sunday PeeWee: 1. Katie Hale (51 points), 2. Richelle Carel (39), 3. Jodi Bowe (39). Junior Boys: 1. Caleb Koths… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port director expected to be named today

Port of Port Angeles commissioners will announce their selection of a new executive director at their meeting today at 5:30 p.m. at the Port's administrative… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Chamber of Commerce holds candidate forum today

PORT TOWNSEND -- Four candidates for City Council will appear before the Port Townsend Chamber of Commerce today in the second of two forums at… Continue reading

Day 5 of “Across the Olympic Mountains” expedition

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the final dispatch from Roger Harnack, Peninsula Daily News' local news editor. Packing a laptop computer and satellite telephone, he sent… Continue reading

LaPush: Boater killed off coast was wearing survival suit

LAPUSH -- The body of the 74-year-old man killed Wednesday when his boat ran into rocks near the mouth of the Quillayute River was found… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Woman was swept into river as her hiking companions watched

ENCHANTED VALLEY -- When Amy Work and her two hiking companions forded the Quinault River's east fork on Monday, the water was below their knees… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Defense strategy tries to cast doubt in murder trial

PORT TOWNSEND -- Defense attorney Chuck Henry sowed the seeds of doubt in the murder trial of Robert Stoner as he cross-examined Donald Pruitt regarding… Continue reading

Sequim: Developer eyes shopping center for 42-acre parcel

SEQUIM -- The prospective owner of a 42-acre parcel of land on the northwest corner of Washington Street and Priest Road in Sequim is looking… Continue reading

West End: Woman killed in crash “loved riding Harleys”

FORKS -- The 54-year-old woman killed Thursday when her motorcycle collided with a Forks boy on a go-kart was on her way to a motorcycle… Continue reading

Day 4: Two hikers fed up with the wet, chilly Olympics, quit “Press Expedition”

EDITOR"S NOTE: This is the fourth dispatch from Roger Harnack, Peninsula Daily News' local news editor. Packing a laptop computer and satellite telephone, he has… Continue reading

More ferry runs to Port Townsend likely to result from Hood Canal Bridge closure in 2006

CHIMACUM -- More traffic and fewer trees in Port Townsend could be the direct result of repairs to the Hood Canal Bridge in 2006. John… Continue reading

Neah Bay: 77th Makah Days to be held Friday through Sunday

By Nancy Rudolph Today through Sunday marks the 77th annual Makah Days celebration in Neah Bay. "There is an excitement in the air this year,"… Continue reading

  • Aug 24, 2001

Neah Bay: New Makah visitors” permit to raise revenue for trail, restroom construction and maintenance

NEAH BAY -- The Makah Tribe now sells visitors a recreational use permit to maintain and build new trails and facilities on its reservation. The… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Visit for free on Saturday

Olympic National Park won't charge entrance fees Saturday as an invitation for visitors to visit and celebrate the National Park Service's 85th anniversary. Camping and… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Woman swept into swollen river, drowns

A Seattle-area woman was swept to her death while trying to cross the rain-swollen Quinault River's east fork, authorities said Thursday. "The woman was attempting… Continue reading