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Ashley Gamble was in tears as she arrived at the Port Angeles Food Bank on Thursday. Gamble,… Continue reading
Pete Brummel will replace Deputy Chief of Training and Operations Ted Krysinski when he retires.
Members of the Port Angeles High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps perform in an armed drill for the Continue reading...
Ten speakers lamented the felling of the Lions Park sequoia this week in the first City Council… Continue reading
A Sequim driver who made an unsafe U-turn on U.S. Highway 101 was injured after colliding with another… Continue reading
Public discussions are beginning once again for the future of… Continue reading
A community celebration is planned at Lions Park on… Continue reading
WASHINGTON, D.C.— U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer on Wednesday called for an end… Continue reading
At the request of Olympic National Park, the state Department… Continue reading
Cites concerns over snowpack, ocean temperatures, wildfires
A Forks man convicted of drug dealing, who was once accused of hiding methamphetamine in a baby’s diaper… Continue reading
A Port Hadlock man has been arrested for allegedly attacking his grandmother at her home. The Jefferson… Continue reading
Microsoft said it will devote $500 million to address a problem its… Continue reading
The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau is seeking applications for qualified tourism project grants, primarily targeted to off-peak… Continue reading
BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles rallies to knock off North Kitsap for first time in nearly five seasons and keep league title hopes alive
Victory seemed like a long shot after a rough first half, long enough for Port Angeles boys… Continue reading
PREP SPORTS: Olympic League likely to have different look in 2020 including Port Townsend-Chimacum potentially competing together
Potentially switching to a Class 2A/3A membership model — with Port Angeles moving up to 3A —… Continue reading
Blacklight dodgeball, deep sea geology, and plays and dances are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information… Continue reading
You did it. You created a safety net for our neighbors on Continue reading...
David Burroughs loves Romani — aka Gypsy — music. Continue reading...
One bright Sunday in November, Nina Jones took the Continue reading...
New Year’s Eve — is the last day of the Continue reading...
IN LAST WEEK’S episode we were considering the evolution of the Olympic Peninsula infrastructure while cruising the highways and byways Continue reading...
The music of Vivaldi, Bach and Lalo, plus Severn’s “Polish Dance,” Tomaso Vitali’s “Chaconne” and Fritz Kreisler’s… Continue reading
Master Gardener Bob Cain will kick off the 2019 Green Thumb Garden Tips education series with a… Continue reading