Jesse Major

East Jefferson Fire-Rescue hires new chief

Jim Walkowski, assistant chief for Spokane County Fire District No. 9, will be East Jefferson Fire-Rescue’s new chief. Walkowski, who has 32… Continue reading

Injuries said not serious after three-vehicle wreck on Highway 101 near Blyn

Two people were taken to a hospital for precautionary care after a three-vehicle wreck on U.S. Highway 101 west of 7 Cedars Casino.… Continue reading

Port Angeles man pleads guilty to attempted indecent liberties

A Port Angeles man accused of raping an unconscious woman at a party has pleaded guilty to attempted indecent liberties as part… Continue reading

Port Angeles Salvation Army provides Thanksgiving eve dinner to all who want it

Scores of people eager for a hot turkey meal piled into the Salvation Army in Port Angeles on Wednesday. The meal, which… Continue reading

Rotarian aims to ramp up Dignity Toilet program in Togo village

The Rotarian spearheading an effort to build toilets in a West African country has returned to Port Angeles after seeing the impact… Continue reading

Port Angeles woman tells of suicide attempt, offers to talk with those who want to kill themselves

A scar on Michelle Fox’s chest serves as a reminder of the darkest day in her life: the day she shot herself… Continue reading

Port Angeles Coast Guard crew assists wind surfers

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew from Air Station Port Angeles located and hoisted one of two missing wind surfers Sunday afternoon. A… Continue reading

High winds knock out power to areas of Clallam, Jefferson

High winds created problems across the North Olympic Peninsula on Sunday, knocking down trees and cutting power to residents in the area.… Continue reading

A bridge too far: Friends urge barriers to stop suicides from Port Angeles spans

Protesters voiced outrage over the lack of barriers on the Eighth Street bridges as candles flickered along the 4-foot, 6-inch rails of… Continue reading

Port Angeles man pleads guilty to weapons, drug, assault charges

A Port Angeles man who led deputies on a pursuit in April that led to one of Clallam County’s largest methamphetamine and… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners readying letter to National Park Service over fee hike

Clallam County commissioners are preparing to send a letter to the National Park Service urging the federal government to reconsider increasing the… Continue reading

Captain Joseph House to host traveling memorial in Port Angeles

As volunteers continue to remodel Captain Joseph House, the CJH Foundation is preparing to host “Remembering Our Fallen,” a national traveling photographic… Continue reading

Masonic group honors Marvin G. Shields in ceremony

The National Sojourners Olympic Chapter 539 honored the late U.S. Navy Petty Officer Marvin G. Shields, the only Navy Seabee to receive the… Continue reading

Dexter’s lead over Berglund grows in second count of ballots in Clallam County

Kate Dexter’s lead over Travis Berglund in Port Angeles City Council Position 4 grew after Thursday’s ballot count. She was leading by… Continue reading

Forks man charged with arson

A Forks man who police said told them he burned down the single-wide trailer he was renting was charged in Clallam County… Continue reading

Port Angeles Safeway wins governor’s award

The Port Angeles Safeway on Lincoln Street was honored as the Governor’s 2017 Medium Private Employer of the Year for its efforts… Continue reading

Forks race results: mayor, council, hospital

Tim Fletcher appears to be Forks’ new mayor. Fletcher led with 69.11 percent, or 255 votes, over his challenger, Ken Ayers, 58, who… Continue reading

Juvenile justice tax gets heavy support in first count of ballots

Clallam County voters seemed to be handily approving a 0.1 percent countywide sales tax that would support county Juvenile and Family Services.… Continue reading

Clallam County trains roughly 300 CERT members in 2017

The county has trained more Community Emergency Response Team members this year than it has in the past, Undersheriff Ron Cameron told… Continue reading

Forks man jailed following theft from Sequim Walmart, pursuit

A Forks man who deputies say walked out of the Sequim Walmart with nearly $1,000 in merchandise, fled police and attempted to steal… Continue reading