Jesse Major

Jefferson County commissioners award $905,000 bid for Undie Road project; works to start in early August

PORT TOWNSEND –– Jefferson County commissioners have unanimously agreed to award a $905,310 bid for rerouting part of Undie Road around a section with significant… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles signs off on contract for stormwater project

PORT ANGELES –– Port of Port Angeles commissioners approved Monday a $1.4 million contract to complete stormwater conveyance improvements on Terminal 3. The port will… Continue reading

Man sought by Port Angeles police after unprovoked, racially motivated assault

PORT ANGELES –– City police are looking for a man who allegedly struck someone in the face several times in an unprovoked and racially motivated… Continue reading

Port Angeles group seeks applicants for $600 grant aimed at bringing “awesome” ideas to life

PORT ANGELES –– It’s not too good to be true. A group in Port Angeles wants to give $600 to someone in town who has… Continue reading

Emotions take off when flight from Chattanooga honoring slain servicemen touches down in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — A Chattanooga, Tenn., man who flew to Port Angeles on Sunday in memory of the five servicemen killed in Chattanooga last year… Continue reading

Man’s body recovered following drowning at Lake Sutherland

PORT ANGELES –– Divers on Sunday afternoon recovered the body of 61-year-old Wales resident Stephen Thomas Turner, who reportedly drowned in Lake Sutherland on Friday.… Continue reading

Map released in support of Wild Olympics campaign; two outdoor retailers touting Peninsula’s nature, recreation

Two popular outdoor clothing retailers are encouraging their customers to visit the Olympic Peninsula and support the Wild Olympics campaign. REI and Patagonia are promoting… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Port of Port Angeles approves settlements for millions for plywood mill site cleanup

PORT ANGELES –– Port of Port Angeles commissioners have approved settlements with ExxonMobil and Rayonier Advanced Materials that will reimburse the port's out-of-pocket costs of… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Port Angeles airport gets $300,000 from neighbors for new apron

PORT ANGELES –– With help from two area airports, William R. Fairchild International Airport should be able to construct a new apron starting this summer.… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Port of Port Angeles approves new director’s contract on split vote

PORT ANGELES –– Port commissioners approved a contract for the newly named executive director after disagreeing on Karen Goschen's severance package. Commissioners voted 2-1 Monday… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Quileute Days celebrates culture starting today; Canoe Journey stop on Saturday

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 15. LA PUSH — For three days this weekend, the Quileute tribe will offer Quileute Days, a… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Quileute Days celebrates culture starting today; Canoe Journey stop on Saturday

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 15. LA PUSH — For three days this weekend, the Quileute tribe will offer Quileute Days, a… Continue reading

Port Angeles AmeriCorps funded for coming school year with expected $217,932; positions open

PORT ANGELES –– The Port Angeles AmeriCorps program will get another year of funding, Gov. Jay Inslee's office has announced. Port Angeles AmeriCorps, which provides… Continue reading

Welcome in the works for Chattanooga pilot traveling to Port Angeles on Sunday

PORT ANGELES –– City residents and leaders are preparing a welcoming ceremony for a Chattanooga, Tenn., man who expects to land in Port Angeles on… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles approves new director’s contract on split vote

PORT ANGELES –– Port commissioners approved a contract for the newly named executive director after disagreeing on Karen Goschen’s severance package. Commissioners voted 2-1 Monday… Continue reading

Port Angeles airport gets $300,000 from neighbors for new apron

PORT ANGELES –– With help from two area airports, William R. Fairchild International Airport should be able to construct a new apron starting this summer.… Continue reading

Vigil in Port Angeles memorializes black people killed by police

PORT ANGELES –– About 24 people gathered to remember black men killed by police during a vigil at the Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain in Port… Continue reading

Chattanooga TV host to pilot memorial flight to Port Angeles on Saturday

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. –– A radio and television host from Chattanooga, Tenn., will pilot a one-year anniversary memorial flight to Port Angeles on Saturday in honor… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles approves settlements for millions for plywood mill site cleanup

PORT ANGELES –– Port of Port Angeles commissioners have approved settlements with ExxonMobil and Rayonier Advanced Materials that will reimburse the port’s out-of-pocket costs of… Continue reading

Longtime volunteer encourages visitors for Wednesday’s open house at Feiro Marine Life Center

PORT ANGELES –– Shirley Anderson, a longtime naturalist with Feiro Marine Life Center, marvels at the success the facility has seen throughout the years and… Continue reading