Neah Bay: Barbara Foss returns to rescue duty

An upgraded Barbara Foss has returned to rescue duty at the mouth of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. In response to concerns over the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Cruise ship returns today

Cruise West's Spirit of Oceanus makes its third of five weekly stops at Port Angeles City Pier this morning. The 295-foot, Seattle-based liner is making… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Horizon Air cuts back service 25 percent

PORT ANGELES -- Horizon Airlines has cut back service to William J. Fairchild International Airport by one round-trip flight daily. Horizon Air now flies three… Continue reading

Today’s Election Day — and your last chance to get the Peninsula’s best voter guide

Today is Election Day, and the Peninsula Daily News' eight-page primary election voter guide has complete information about the races in Clallam and Jefferson counties.… Continue reading

Clallam County prayer vigil set for Tuesday in Port Angeles

All city of Port Angeles and Clallam County employees will hold a prayer gathering in honor of the victims of last week's terrorist attacks. It… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Makah set aside marbled murrelet habitat

NEAH BAY -- The Makah tribe has set aside 278 acres in the Waatch River valley in an effort to restore the marbled murrelet population.… Continue reading

Parks board might overturn fees

The state Parks and Recreation Commission is poised to rescind a controversial users fee slated to go into effect at many state parks on the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City Council will review cable TV report

PORT ANGELES -- Cable TV customers could see some major changes in their service in the coming years, thanks to a new franchise agreement and… Continue reading

Clalla: Show-cause motion in Critical Areas Ordinance continued to Wednesday

A show-cause motion filed against Clallam County commissioners in Superior Court was continued Friday after a county attorney said she wasn't prepared to argue the… Continue reading

Clallam: County, PA offices to close for 45-minute ceremony Tuesday

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles and Clallam County employees will gather Tuesday morning for a 45-minute ceremony in remembrance of those who died in the… Continue reading

Hundreds huddle together, mourn terrorist victims

PORT ANGELES -- Hundreds huddled together Saturday evening at City Pier to pray for those injured or killed in Tuesday's terrorist attacks. They wrapped themselves… Continue reading

Jefferson: Courthouse clock tower in need of $3.5 million in repairs

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County officials say it will cost $3.5 million to reinforce structural defects in the courthouse clock tower. County Public Works Director… Continue reading

Peninsula: Airlines getting back to normal, some private flights allowed

Airlines and air charter services serving Port Angeles and Port Townsend are returning to normal schedules. Federal officials on Friday reopened the skies to most… Continue reading

Port Angeles: American Red Cross military caseworker program reactivated

As reserve soldiers, airmen and sailors are called to active duty, the American Red Cross is resuming its military caseworker program. Janet Hughes, executive director… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Hundreds gather to remember victims

PORT TOWNSEND -- The vapor trail of a jet airliner served as an impromptu flyby during memorial services at the Jefferson County Courthouse on Friday.… Continue reading

Sequim: Emotions range from sorrow to anger during vigil

SEQUIM -- An estimated 1,500 residents gathered Friday at the Sequim High School stadium to pray for those killed in terrorist attacks in New York… Continue reading

Complete schedule of Peninsula services and activities in honor of terrorist victims

Nearly 20 churches in Port Angeles will come together Saturday evening to honor and pray for the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York… Continue reading

Marrowstone: Woman tapped for relief work, but can’t get to New York City

MARROWSTONE ISLAND -- Rita Kepner of Marrowstone Island has seen suffering first hand -- from the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma to earthquake… Continue reading

Peninsula: Pilot takes flight with FAA OK to deliver donated blood

Despite aircraft being grounded nationwide, a Sequim pilot was granted a special clearance Wednesday to transport blood donated during a Clallam Bay drive for victims… Continue reading

Peninsula: Security remains tight at some locations

Coast Guard and other officials throughout the North Olympic Peninsula remained on heightened alert Wednesday, a day after terrorism attacks shocked the nation. "There's nothing… Continue reading