Jesse Major

Sequim man could see fifth DUI charge in less than 10 years

A 26-year-old Sequim man is facing what could be his fifth charge of driving under the influence, only a month after being… Continue reading

UPDATE: MV Kennewick repaired; Port Townsend-Coupeville route reopened for single ferry service

UPDATE: Washington State Ferries announced early Monday that the MV Kennewick has been repaired. The Port Townsend-Coupeville ferry route was reopened for single vessel service… Continue reading

U.S Senate approves opioid legislation

The U.S. Senate this week advanced legislation intended to combat the opioid epidemic and hold manufacturers accountable for negligent and misleading distribution… Continue reading

OMC CEO urges ‘real people’ to express how change would affect them

Olympic Medical Center has seen widespread support across Clallam County in its effort to block a federal proposal that could cut Medicare… Continue reading

Forks, county officials discuss getting more animal control in area

The town has “gone to the dogs,” some say, and now Forks city and Clallam County officials are looking to find a way… Continue reading

Kilmer tours district with Republican chair of House Budget Committee

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, a Democrat, is hosting the Republican chair of the House Budget Committee on a tour of his… Continue reading

Clallam withdraws job offer, will restart search for administrator

The Clallam County Board of County Commissioners rescinded its conditional offer to hire David Fraser as its next administrator after discovering information… Continue reading

Paraeducators seek higher wages from Port Angeles School District

Members of the Port Angeles Paraeducator Association rallied outside the Lincoln Center before their bargaining session with Port Angeles School District officials.… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners meet in closed session to discuss administrator candidate

The Clallam County commissioners met in executive session Tuesday morning to hear an update on its top candidate for county administrator, and… Continue reading

Port Angeles man released from jail, arrested again for investigation of burglary

A 34-year-old Port Angeles man who a judge released from the Clallam County jail last week was arrested again over the weekend… Continue reading

Man arrested for investigation of drunken driving after rolling vehicle near Chimacum

A 40-year-old Port Townsend man suspected of driving drunk was arrested Sunday morning after he fell asleep and rolled his vehicle on state… Continue reading

Peninsula residents pay tribute to those who died, those who helped on Sept. 11, 2001

Community members, first responders and veterans paid tribute Tuesday to the 2,996 people who died during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks 17… Continue reading

Suicide attempts, effects on family aired at Port Angeles rally

Reagan Mead is thankful to be alive. When Mead was 16 and feeling all the pressures of being a teenager, she felt… Continue reading

Assaults on Clallam County jail staff increase

The Clallam County jail has seen a sharp uptick in assaults on jail staff and there isn’t a clear reason why. So… Continue reading

VIDEO: Effort to move Olympic National Park goats to new home is underway

Olympic National Park’s mountain goats have begun a historic journey back to their native habitat in the North Cascades. Operations to… Continue reading

Bill adds protections of religious community centers against hate crimes

A bill co-written by U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer to protect religious community centers against hate crimes has been sent to President Donald… Continue reading

Sequim man awarded attorney fees by state Supreme Court

The state Supreme Court has ruled that a Sequim man who beat criminal marijuana charges is entitled to attorney fees after the… Continue reading

Clallam, Jefferson see voter turnout boost in primary with prepaid postage

Clallam and Jefferson counties each saw a significant increase in voter turnout during the August primary — the first election in which… Continue reading

PHOTO: Timely toss for Strait Slice in Port Angeles

Scott Sullivan, owner of The Strait Slice Pizza Co., tosses pizza dough in the dining area of his downtown Port Angeles pizzeria Thursday. Time Magazine… Continue reading

OMC faces massive cut in Medicare reimbursements

Olympic Medical Center is urging people to comment on a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposal that would significantly cut reimbursements… Continue reading