Jesse Major

Truck-motorcycle wreck west of Lake Crescent sends man to Seattle hospital

A man was flown to Harborview Medical Center with a head injury after a head-on wreck involving a motorcycle and pickup truck… Continue reading

Plans for overhaul of Port Angeles’ Dream Playground in works

The Dream Playground — where a 3-year-old boy was recently pricked by a dirty needle — needs a major overhaul, according to… Continue reading

Girls testify at rape trial in Clallam County

A 17-year-old girl broke into tears in Clallam County Superior Court as she testified to having sex with Nathan Chavez, 31, about… Continue reading

Child pricked by needle at Port Angeles playground

A Port Angeles mother has started an online petition after another’s toddler was pricked by an empty syringe at the Dream Playground… Continue reading

Fourth arrest reported in alleged Peninsula drug ring

Federal and local law enforcement have arrested four people, breaking up what officials are calling one of the primary illicit drug suppliers… Continue reading

Clallam County Juvenile and Family Services director to retire at the end of June

Detention Manager Jody Jacobsen will take the helm at Clallam County’s Juvenile and Family Services as its current director, Pete Peterson, plans… Continue reading

100 gather to observe Memorial Day in Port Angeles

Surrounded by American flags decorating the graves of veterans buried at Mount Angeles Memorial Park on Monday, about 100 people honored the… Continue reading

Peninsula law enforcement ready for Special Olympics torch run

It’s that time of year again when law enforcement officials across the state raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Each year,… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 adds seven firefighter/EMTs

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 has seven new volunteer firefighter/EMTs after the new recruits were sworn in during a badge-pinning ceremony… Continue reading

Captain Joseph House gathering honors fallen soldiers

A memorial ceremony at Captain Joseph House on Sunday honored the men and woman who have died in combat while serving their… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Memorial Day marked at Captain Joseph House

A memorial ceremony at Captain Joseph House on Sunday honored the men and woman who have died in combat while serving their… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 readying for 2018 fire season

Although last year’s fire season is behind them, a dozen firefighters with Clallam County Fire District No. 2 are preparing now for… Continue reading

Blasting caps prompt bomb squad response in Port Angeles

The State Patrol Bomb Squad responded to the 2600 block of South Race Street on Sunday afternoon after people found blasting caps… Continue reading

Port Townsend man arrested in Port Angeles after ‘crime spree’

A Port Townsend man faces numerous charges after a “crime spree” that started May 12, according to the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office.… Continue reading

Federal, local officers make drug arrests in Port Angeles

At least three Clallam County residents face federal drug distribution charges after local and federal law enforcement officers served warrants, including at… Continue reading

Signs of change: Port Angeles woman tells of getting off drugs

After running out of drugs to distract her from the chill of the winter, Jenni Tiderman, climbed out of her snow-covered tent… Continue reading

PAHS students create new welcome sign; ceremony today

Woodworking students at Port Angeles High School are preparing to unveil the new “Welcome to Port Angeles” sign they created for the… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council eyes possible future city manager

Nathan West, Port Angeles community and economic development director, is poised to become the next city manager after action taken by the… Continue reading

Police probe threats sent to health care facilities in Port Angeles, Sequim

Police are investigating anonymous threats sent to individuals at health care facilities in Port Angeles and Sequim. Threatening letters were sent to… Continue reading

Clallam mulls $133,000 for groups helping with behavioral health, substance-abuse issues

Clallam County commissioners are considering approving more than $133,000 in funding for three organizations benefiting people with behavioral health and substance-abuse issues.… Continue reading