Jesse Major

State lawmakers, leaders to visit Port Angeles for rural economic development meeting

Lawmakers and leaders from across the state, including Speaker of the House Frank Chopp and state Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz,… Continue reading

Hundreds meander through Saar’s in Port Angeles on first day of soft opening

The line for Saar’s Super Saver Foods’ soft opening in Port Angeles on Wednesday stretched around the building as customers waited to… Continue reading

Couple plans to open new restaurant in Port Angeles this summer

A new restaurant opening in downtown Port Angeles this summer will feature locally-sourced comfort food and beer from the Pacific Northwest, the… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners approve short-term move to aid Serenity House

Clallam County commissioners have agreed to a short-term solution to Serenity House of Clallam County’s funding woes and are expected today to… Continue reading

Run Without Fear gathers 100 on Olympic Discovery Trail in Port Angeles

Close to 100 women walked and jogged the Olympic Discovery Trail on Sunday morning, showing solidarity with a woman who was attacked… Continue reading

UPDATE: Federal officials investigating small plane crash at Klahhane Ridge

The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating a plane that crashed into the side of Klahhane Ridge… Continue reading

DOC recognizes employees in Clallam Bay, Forks

Three employees at the Clallam Bay Corrections Center and three employees at the Olympic Corrections Center have earned state Department of Corrections annual… Continue reading

Port Angeles police search for man who evaded arrest

Police were searching late Tuesday afternoon for a 30-year-old man who evaded arrest at 8 that morning, said Deputy Chief Jason Viada.… Continue reading

Man to pay restitution after Olympic National Park thefts

A man who burglarized vehicles and buildings in Olympic National Park has been ordered to pay more than $16,000 in restitution. Alexander Turney… Continue reading

$50,000 set aside for training Jefferson Healthcare providers in addiction treatment

The Salish Behavioral Health Organization has earmarked close to $50,000 to train Jefferson Healthcare providers in medicine-assisted treatment for people addicted to… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Run Without Fear held in response to attack in Port Angeles

Close to 100 women walked and jogged the Olympic Discovery Trail on Sunday morning, showing solidarity with a woman who was attacked… Continue reading

Clallam County deputies drive Olympic Discovery Trail after jogger attack

Clallam County Sheriff’s deputies are patrolling the Olympic Discovery Trail between Port Angeles and Sequim in response to an attack on a… Continue reading

Serenity House warns of shelter closure if Clallam doesn’t find more funds

Michelle Descharne walks each night to Serenity House of Clallam County’s night-by-night shelter on the west end of Port Angeles looking for… Continue reading

Clallam County commissioners approved raise

Clallam County commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday changing how the county’s non-judicial elected officials are paid and providing a raise for each… Continue reading

Port Angeles variety store marks final day

Bay Variety is closing its doors for good at the end of business today, but the space won’t be empty for long.… Continue reading

Olympic Community Action Programs strengthening nutrition program

Olympic Community Action Programs is bolstering its senior nutrition program across the North Olympic Peninsula to ensure more seniors get the nutrition… Continue reading

State to treat edges of Highway 112 with herbicide

As early as Monday, residents and motorists will see state crews spraying an herbicide mixture along the shoulder edges of state Highway 112.… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners expected to raise pay for elected officials

The Clallam County Board of Commissioners is expected to approve a resolution today changing how the county’s non-judicial elected officials are paid… Continue reading

PHOTO: Environmental affairs at Peninsula College

Peninsula College student Kina Azmi pulls weeds from the college’s arboretum Monday. Azmi, director of environmental affairs for the Associated Student Council, was joined by… Continue reading

Meeting with federal officials focuses on Elwha Water Facility impasse

Port Angeles city officials sat down with decision makers in the Department of the Interior and National Park Service for the first time… Continue reading