Jesse Major

Clallam commissioner candidate forum yields differing agendas

Those who attended Nor’Wester Rotary’s Clallam County Commissioner District 3 candidate forum heard two distinct agendas from incumbent Bill Peach and challenger… Continue reading

Fire displaces Sequim woman

A Sequim woman is homeless after a fire destroyed her house overnight Saturday. When firefighters first arrived to 99 Dickinson St., north of… Continue reading

Brush fire thought to have started from slash burn near Quilcene

Firefighters fought a quarter-acre brush fire on the Dabob Peninsula east of Quilcene on Sunday morning. The fire started on private property on… Continue reading

Famed Jamestown S’Klallam storyteller given national award

Elaine Grinnell’s talent for sharing the stories of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has not gone unnoticed. She was one of four people across… Continue reading

Clallam County, Makah to ask state to fix Highway 112

The Clallam County commissioners and the Makah Tribe are preparing to send a letter to the state Department of Transportation asking it… Continue reading

Port Angeles man pulls suicidal woman on bridge to safety

A Port Angeles man who pulled a suicidal woman from the fence on the western Eighth Street Bridge is credited with saving… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Port Angeles artist and pie judge Jeff Tocher, left, along with fellow judges Darren Westergard, coach of the Port Angeles Lefties, and John Brewer, community volunteer and former Peninsula Daily News publisher, taste samples of apple pie during Wednesday’s Independence Day "Pies on the Pier" contest.

Fourth of July celebrated with contests, games and concerts

The Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual Fourth of July celebration kicked off Wednesday with a variety of activities and plenty… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Port Angeles artist and pie judge Jeff Tocher, left, along with fellow judges Darren Westergard, coach of the Port Angeles Lefties, and John Brewer, community volunteer and former Peninsula Daily News publisher, taste samples of apple pie during Wednesday’s Independence Day "Pies on the Pier" contest.

Peninsula woman takes Mrs. Washington title

Magan Waldron will compete for the Mrs. America Pageant 2018 crown after winning this year’s Mrs. Washington America competition. Waldron was among 19… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe moves ahead on hotel plans

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is moving forward on its long-planned hotel and resort at 7 Cedars Casino, firming up plans to open a… Continue reading

Two Clallam Sheriff’s Office handguns, two others, stolen from home

The Port Angeles Police Department and Clallam County Sheriff’s Office are asking the public for help after someone stole four firearms —… Continue reading

Old Olympic Highway roof fire quickly extinguished

Firefighters from Clallam County Fire District No. 3 put out a small fire that spread to the roof of a building near the… Continue reading

Port Angeles police aid VIMO outreach in ‘Rediscovery’ effort

Port Angeles Police Department and Volunteers In Medicine of the Olympics have teamed up in an effort to connect the city’s homeless… Continue reading

UPDATE: Homeless man in stable condition after being stabbed in Port Townsend

A homeless man was in stable condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after he was stabbed in the head and back… Continue reading

Homeless shelter to close in Port Angeles: Serenity House hopes to reopen night-by-night shelter in fall

Serenity House of Clallam County is preparing to close its night-by-night shelter Friday, but could reopen by fall now that local churches… Continue reading

Navy aids in rescue of hiker injured in Olympic National Park

A 46-year-old Seattle man who was injured while hiking in Badger Valley near Obstruction Point south of Port Angeles was rescued… Continue reading

Port Angeles School District swears in new superintendent

Port Angeles School District has sworn in its new superintendent, Martin Brewer, while its current superintendent, Marc Jackson, eyes retirement at the… Continue reading

Lefties rescue woman from burning car in Canada

The Port Angeles Lefties have a new fan after they rescued a Canadian woman from her burning car on their way to… Continue reading

Federal law enforcement officials investigating Clallam boat theft

Federal law enforcement are investigating the theft of a 12-foot Zodiac Pro rescue boat, belonging to Clallam County, near Camp David… Continue reading

Charges filed in alleged thefts at The Landing mall

A man accused of breaking into The Landing mall twice over the weekend has been charged with several felony burglary and theft… Continue reading

Accused thief held on $75,000 bail

A man who police said broke into The Landing mall twice over the weekend to steal upward of $11,000 worth of jewelry… Continue reading