OUTDOORS: Fishing, crabbing and a sunny holiday weekend — can it get any better?

IS IT A perfect time for living on the North Olympic Peninsula, or what? A holiday weekend starts for many today, weather about as perfect… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Surf’s up for camp at LaPush

OK KIDS, THOSE of you who have dreamed about trying out surfing, hanging ten in surf slang, now's your chance. The sixth annual Surfing and… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: West End saltwater salmon season coming

The saltwater salmon season will kick off in Marine Areas 3 (LaPush) and 4 (Neah Bay). The coastal fisheries are open to salmon fishing, minus… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Squid show up around summer

ONCE UPON A time I was curious about squidding on the North Olympic Peninsula. The Big Boss Man (aka John Brewer) wanted me to look… Continue reading

SPORTS: Teams worthy of MVP mention

THE END OF each high school sports season means one thing at the Peninsula Daily News sports desk: It's All-Peninsula time. What first began as… Continue reading

SPORTS: Wilder Baseball loses twinbill heartbreakers — no-hit in one

PORT ANGELES -- Wilder Baseball lost a pair of heartbreaking one-run games under the lights at Civic Field late Sunday night. Kitsap Baseball of Bremerton… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Lots of halibut reported just in time for Sekiu derby

THREE REASONS TO visit sunny Sekiu this weekend: A)It's the only place anglers can score a halibut the rest of the season. B) Anyone lucky… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Puget Sound Anglers come through with hatchery help

THOSE WHO HOOK into a hatchery winter steelhead on the Clallam, Pysht or Lyre rivers in 2010-11 might consider penning a thank you letter. Without… Continue reading

GOLF: Playoff decides Clallam amateur tourney winner

IT TOOK A playoff after 54 holes to determine the first Clallam County Amateur tournament winner. John Moniz and Mike DuPuis played championship golf for… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim’s Gault picks up pieces after 2006 football concussion

SEQUIM -- Adrien Gault loved football. He "ate, breathed and drank" it while playing running back, cornerback and whatever else for the Sequim Wolves from… Continue reading

SPORTS: Fast times for North Olympic Discovery Marathon events

PORT ANGELES -- Maybe it was the cool, accommodating weather. Maybe it was because the Hood Canal Bridge opened early. For whatever reason, the seventh… Continue reading

SPORTS: Marathon inspiration wasn’t supposed to be there — but he is

PORT ANGELES -- Neil Jervis is supposed to be dead. That's what his doctors tell him. The hospice nurses keep telling him he doesn't have… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Hey fishermen, there IS such a thing as a free lunch

ANGLERS CAN ACTUALLY get a free lunch this weekend. The return of Free Fishing Weekend, set for Saturday and Sunday, gives anglers a chance to… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Rowing lessons to be offered

THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA Rowing Association and the Clallam County Family YMCA will offer on-water rowing lessons from Ediz Hook boathouse from 10 a.m. to 11:30… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Rowing association’s strong pull

TEAM SPORTS AT its pinnacle almost always boils down to one thing -- harmony. Whenever a group of athletes can operate on the same page,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Thousands expected for North Olympic Discovery Marathon on Sunday

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES -- Bridge or no bridge, they will come. At least that is the thinking of the organizers of the seventh… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles High doing coaching recruitment right

A LITTLE LESS than a year ago, I was offered the Port Angeles boys basketball coaching job. Yes, the proposal was made in jest (I'm… Continue reading

SPORTS: Wilder wins twinbill, feels like it’s on track

PORT ANGELES -- Wilder Baseball got back onto the track by taking a doubleheader from Olympia Sports Unlimited at Civic Field last weekend. Wilder, which… Continue reading

PREP NOTEBOOK: Port Angeles makes fast work of second coaching vacancy

IT DIDN'T LONG for Port Angeles to fill its other vacant coaching position. A few days after announcing the selection of its new football coach… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum softball ties its best-ever state finish

PASCO -- Chimacum tied its best-ever finish at the 1A state softball tournament after finishing fourth in an 11-10 extra inning loss to Connell on… Continue reading