Two important guides are newly published and available

Two important guides are newly published and available from the Peninsula Daily News.

Copies of Vote 2001, the Peninsula Daily News” voter guide designed to inform voters about candidates and issues in the Nov. 6 election, are available free of charge at PDN offices:

— Port Angeles, 305 W. First St.

— Sequim, 510 W. Washington St.

— Port Townsend, 922 Washington St.

Copies are available at the Courthouse, City Hall, local libraries and other locations.

Sorry, it’s not available online — but we’ll mail you a copy for $1 (to cover postage and handling). Send your name and address, and a check or money order, to Voter Guide, Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

Meanwhile, the PDN’s Newcomers’ and Visitors’ Guide for the fall/winter seasons is now at dozens of locations — visitor centers, restaurants, lodges and more — throughout the North Olympic Peninsula.

The 84-page Newcomers’ and Visitors’ Guide can be found in Adobe Acrobat reader format on the Web site: www.peninsuladailynews.com/vg. Check out the new Windows installer program that allows you to download the entire guide to your computer for future reference.

If you’re off the Peninsula and want a “hard copy” magazine, we’ll mail you a copy for $2 (to cover postage and handling). Send your name and address, and a check or money order, to Visitor Guide, Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

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