Jesse Major

Sprint boat races to resume in Port Angeles; Company that owns property bought out

Sprint boat races will return to Port Angeles after the buyout of the company that owns the property Extreme Sports Park sits… Continue reading

Grant to help redesign teaching of some subjects at Peninsula College

Peninsula College was recently awarded $149,700 from College Spark Washington as part of an annual, competitive statewide community grants program. The grant… Continue reading

Fundraiser to raise funds for disabled veterans

A fundraiser benefiting the local Disabled American Veterans chapter set for June 3 is to be packed with hours of music and dancing.… Continue reading

Nichols trial delayed until after election

The trial for Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols’ alleged sexual harassment of a former employee has been delayed until after the Nov.… Continue reading

‘Snail mail’ mishap: Three-year backlog of mail delivered to adviser at business center

Kevin Hoult learned why it’s called “snail mail” after the U.S. Postal Service delivered about three years worth of mail recently. Hoult,… Continue reading

Regulations curb growth, Peninsula officials say

Area officials told state Democratic lawmakers and leaders that over-regulation is limiting growth and challenging cities across the North Olympic Peninsula. “From… Continue reading

Port Townsend publisher Adam Parfrey dies following stroke

Adam Parfrey, a Port Townsend publisher known for giving a voice to fringe views and exposing people to ideas others were not… Continue reading

Motorcyclist flown to hospital after wreck near Quilcene

A 43-year-old motorcyclist has been airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after a two-vehicle wreck south of Quilcene. James W. Anderson of… Continue reading

Human error blamed for tsunami warning glitches

The false tsunami warning in Clallam County Monday was caused by an official in Jefferson County who was testing a new cellphone… Continue reading

Forks home a total loss following fire

A mobile home in Forks that caught fire over the weekend was a total loss, said Bill Paul, chief of Clallam County Fire… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 sets fire to, trains in donated house

Firefighters felt the heat over the weekend as they trained in a house on Garling Road that was donated to Clallam County… Continue reading

No-show for Port Angeles court hearing turns himself in

A man who said he accidentally fired his handgun within city limits has turned himself in after he failed to show up… Continue reading

Downtown Port Angeles piano getting a makeover

The piano that filled the downtown streets of Port Angeles with music last summer is getting a makeover before it returns. A… Continue reading

Port Angeles man didn’t attend court hearing after telling police multiple shots were accidental

A 35-year-old Port Angeles man who told police he accidentally fired a gun Tuesday did not show for his preliminary appearance in… Continue reading

Port Angeles man arrested after gunshots he said were accidental

Port Angeles police arrested a man for investigation of reckless endangerment after he shot a handgun and struck an unoccupied car and… Continue reading

Sour notes in tsunami siren song: Clallam issues false alarm, Jefferson chimes fail to sound

The monthly tsunami siren tests on the North Olympic Peninsula did not go as planned Monday, with an erroneous tsunami warning in… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Firefighters gain experience with training burns near Port Angeles

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 firefighters conducted training burns on a house on Garling Road near Port Angeles. “This gives us… Continue reading

State lawmakers, leaders to visit Port Angeles for rural economic development meeting

Lawmakers and leaders from across the state, including Speaker of the House Frank Chopp and state Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz,… Continue reading

Hundreds meander through Saar’s in Port Angeles on first day of soft opening

The line for Saar’s Super Saver Foods’ soft opening in Port Angeles on Wednesday stretched around the building as customers waited to… Continue reading

Couple plans to open new restaurant in Port Angeles this summer

A new restaurant opening in downtown Port Angeles this summer will feature locally-sourced comfort food and beer from the Pacific Northwest, the… Continue reading