Jesse Major

1,000-strong crowd gathers in Port Townsend for third annual Womxn’s Wave

Support shown for indigenous peoples, women, marginalized people and the queer community

Third annual Womxn’s Wave arrives in Port Townsend

An estimated 1,000 people marched down Water Street in Port Townsend during the third annual Olympic Peninsula Womxn’s Wave, expressing solidarity with… Continue reading

Clallam County reviewing possibly taking over homeless grant

The Clallam County commissioners are looking into whether the county should rethink how the Consolidated Homeless Grant — a large funding source… Continue reading

Drop in Clallam County opioid deaths attributed to naloxone

The number of opioid-related deaths per year in Clallam County dropped by 80 percent last year, likely due to the increasing amount… Continue reading

Port Angeles Food bank provides relief for federal workers

Ashley Gamble was in tears as she arrived at the Port Angeles Food Bank on Thursday. Gamble, her husband who is stationed… Continue reading

Forks drug dealer gets 5.5 years in federal prison

A Forks man convicted of drug dealing, who was once accused of hiding methamphetamine in a baby’s diaper was sentenced this week to… Continue reading

Two hurt in wreck west of Port Angeles; road blocked

Two drivers were injured in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 101 near the intersection with Olympic Hot Springs Road west of… Continue reading

Wreck survivors thank firefighters who helped them

When Alex Baker, assistant chief for Clallam Fire District No. 4, arrived at the scene of a horrific wreck on state Highway 112… Continue reading

Lower Elwha Klallam tribal police chief resigns

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe is looking for a new chief of police after the resignation of Chief Jeffrey Gilbert. Tribal CEO… Continue reading

Chimacum School Board to hear four facilities options for district tonight

Chimacum School District officials will need to make some tough decisions as they address facility needs and declining enrollment, Superintendent Rick Thompson said… Continue reading

Port Angeles vigil planned in honor of Valerie Claplanhoo

Makah tribal member was found slain in Sequim apartment

Sentencing set for February for two men in Net Nanny sting

One man has pleaded guilty and another was found guilty by a jury following their arrest in a Net Nanny operation. Ming… Continue reading

Kilmer meets with Hurricane Ridge group on funding amid federal shutdown

Without being able to open, board expects to lose at least $50,000

Pilot in Hadlock plane crash suffers only minor injuries after ‘classic pilot maneuver’

A pilot escaped a plane crash near Port Hadlock with minor injuries after his engine died shortly after takeoff Sunday afternoon. The… Continue reading

Sequim VFW embezzler sentenced

A woman who embezzled nearly $10,000 from the Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars Post has been sentenced to 24 months of probation,… Continue reading

‘Just amazing people’: Dozens gather in Port Angeles to remember triple homicide victims

Candlelight illuminated Jessie Webster Park as family and friends shared laughter and tears remembering Tiffany May, 26, her longtime boyfriend Jordan Iverson,… Continue reading

Federal workers seek help; community offers aid to those not being paid

A significant number of federal employees across the state are applying for unemployment as they prepare to miss paychecks due to the… Continue reading

After 43 years, Pieper isn’t done yet

Clallam County Sheriff’s Sgt. Randy Pieper has served the county for 43 years, and though he retired from his post as a… Continue reading

PHOTO: Sequoia removal in Port Angeles’ Lions Park

Crews from the city of Port Angeles worked Monday to clear what remained of a much-debated sequoia — which activists had named… Continue reading

Clallam County commissioners discuss climate change

Two of the three Clallam County commissioners attended this month’s Commissioners Conversation meeting early Monday, where they discussed steps the county should… Continue reading