Jesse Major

WEEKEND REWIND: Port Angeles adventurer safe, recovering after storm spoils attempt at rowing from Iceland to Greenland

PORT ANGELES –– Chris Duff, an adventurer from Port Angeles, posted one word to Facebook after waiting more than 10 hours for an Icelandic search-and-rescue… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Port Angeles City Council votes 6-1 in favor of agreement to bring baseball team to Civic Field

PORT ANGELES –– Port Angeles will soon be home to a new West Coast League wood-bat baseball team. The City Council approved in a 6-1… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Deputies probing hoax bomb threat at Port Angeles Walmart

PORT ANGELES –– Sheriff's deputies are looking for leads after someone called in a bomb threat to the Port Angeles Walmart at 3411 E. Kolonels… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Food, fireworks, parade top lineup of Clallam Bay-Sekiu Fun Days this weekend

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 8. CLALLAM BAY — Food, fireworks, music and parades will highlight summer on the Strait of Juan… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Food, fireworks, parade top lineup of Clallam Bay-Sekiu Fun Days this weekend

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 8. CLALLAM BAY — Food, fireworks, music and parades will highlight summer on the Strait of Juan… Continue reading

Deputies probing hoax bomb threat at Port Angeles Walmart

PORT ANGELES –– Sheriff's deputies are looking for leads after someone called in a bomb threat to the Port Angeles Walmart at 3411 E. Kolonels… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council votes 6-1 in favor of agreement to bring baseball team to Civic Field

PORT ANGELES –– Port Angeles will soon be home to a new West Coast League wood-bat baseball team. The City Council approved in a 6-1… Continue reading

Responders out in force for fireworks-related fires even as July Fourth complaints remained quiet

Even as North Olympic Peninsula law enforcement officials saw a lull in fireworks-related complaints, Clallam firefighters responded to multiple fires Monday and Tuesday in which… Continue reading

New Port Angeles business aims to bring its own brews to the taps

PORT ANGELES — A new fire station-themed taphouse plans on bringing its own craft brews to town in the coming weeks. Station 51 Taphouse, at… Continue reading

Port Angeles adventurer safe, recovering after storm spoils attempt at rowing from Iceland to Greenland

PORT ANGELES –– Chris Duff, an adventurer from Port Angeles, posted one word to Facebook after waiting more than 10 hours for an Icelandic search-and-rescue… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Interim leader selected as Port of Port Angeles’ new executive director

PORT ANGELES –– The Port of Port Angeles selected Karen Goschen of Sequim to be its next top administrator during its regular meeting Monday. Port… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Some look to save Enchanted Valley chalet in Olympic National Park wilderness as river meanders close again

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK –– A man who moved the historic Enchanted Valley chalet in 2014 says it needs to be moved again. Jeff Monroe, proprietor… Continue reading

Merger changes rules for medical marijuana patients, shops

Today marks a major change for Washington state’s marijuana industry. The recreational and medical marijuana markets have now been merged, doing away with largely unregulated… Continue reading

Some look to save Enchanted Valley chalet in Olympic National Park wilderness as river meanders close again

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK –– A man who moved the historic Enchanted Valley chalet in 2014 says it needs to be moved again. Jeff Monroe, proprietor… Continue reading

Suspect in Port Angeles kidnapping, rape case to be arraigned Friday

PORT ANGELES –– A Port Angeles man arrested for investigation of kidnapping and rape charges is scheduled for arraignment at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Clallam… Continue reading

Interim leader selected as Port of Port Angeles’ new executive director

PORT ANGELES –– The Port of Port Angeles selected Karen Goschen of Sequim to be its next top administrator during its regular meeting Monday. Port… Continue reading

Race to Alaska starts second leg as main event kicks off from Victoria

VICTORIA, B.C. –– The second leg of a grueling water race to Ketchikan, Alaska, is now underway. The 38 teams still competing in the second-annual… Continue reading

Ediz Hook is site of gathering to honor lives lost in Orlando nightclub attack

PORT ANGELES — A group of about 30 people held hands and stood silently in a circle on Ediz Hook on Saturday, taking a moment… Continue reading

Candidate to seek advice before considering League of Women Voters forums

George Vrable, a Republican from Port Ludlow seeking a 24th District seat in the state House of Representatives, said he would need to ask advice… Continue reading

Clallam judges weigh in on indigent defense debate

Clallam County Superior Court judges have fired back against county commissioners’ efforts to change the model for legal defense provided for low-income… Continue reading