Leah Leach

Child has fever, itch — but it’s from the vaccine, not the measles

PORT ANGELES — A Clallam County preschooler with a rash suffered an adverse reaction to the measles vaccine but did not have the disease, public… Continue reading

Metropolitan park district measure eyed for Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center — Corrected

EDITOR'S NOTE — This has been corrected to read that Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center reserves are expected to fall below $350,000 by the end of… Continue reading

Metropolitan park district measure eyed for Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center

SEQUIM — A citizens committee working for the Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center is circulating petitions to place a metropolitan park district measure on the Aug.… Continue reading

ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING — Department of Natural Resources says ‘not interested’ in participating with Navy

OLYMPIA — The state Department of Natural Resources says it isn't interested in allowing its land to be used for the Navy's proposed electronic warfare… Continue reading

ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING — Department of Natural Resources says ‘not interested’ in participating with Navy

OLYMPIA — The state Department of Natural Resources says it isn't interested in allowing its land to be used for the Navy's proposed electronic warfare… Continue reading

Sequim’s SARC board to talk about options today in wake of tax levy failure

SEQUIM — Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center commissioners will discuss either re-running a levy proposal, such as the one that failed Feb. 10, or asking voters… Continue reading

3rd UPDATE — Second case of measles in Port Angeles confirmed in 5-year-old girl

EDITOR'S NOTE, ADDENDUM — Asked about whether the young girl was in school or pre-school, Dr. Locke said: "There was no school exposure" during the… Continue reading

Doll show to tug heart strings today in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — A doll of a show will dance into the hearts of visitors to the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St.,… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Doll show to tug heart strings Saturday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — A doll of a show will dance into the hearts of visitors to the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St.,… Continue reading

Anderson Lake to remain closed to fishing Saturday

PORT TOWNSEND — Anderson Lake, which has been plagued with biotoxins for years, will not open to fishing Saturday, when the state lowland fishing season… Continue reading

PRIMARY RESULTS: Kilmer to face Bloom in general election

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer and challenger Todd A. Bloom will advance to the Nov. 8 general election for the 6th Congressional District seat. Kilmer, a… Continue reading

PRIMARY RESULTS: Chapman, Vrable ahead in race for Legislative District 24 state representative seat

Clallam County commissioner Mike Chapman won more than 45 percent of the vote and Port Ludlow Republican George Vrable took more than 36 percent in… Continue reading

Deconstructed fireworks found after State Patrol search in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — State Patrol troopers searched a Port Angeles home and found deconstructed fireworks after a tip that the occupant could be making an… Continue reading

Olympic National Park fires prompting no new reports

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — No growth was reported Tuesday in the four wildfires in Olympic National Park. Obstruction Point Road was reopened to the public… Continue reading

PRIMARY RESULTS: Chapman, Vrable ahead in race for Legislative District 24 state representative seat

Clallam County commissioner Mike Chapman won more than 45 percent of the vote and Port Ludlow Republican George Vrable took more than 36 percent in… Continue reading

PRIMARY 2016: Federal, statewide and legislative races on primary ballot

OLYMPIA (AP) — Washington’s voters have a lengthy ballot to consider in today’s primary election, where they’ll narrow their choices for offices ranging from U.S.… Continue reading

WILDFIRES: Obstruction Point Road reopens in Olympic National Park

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Obstruction Point Road was reopened to the public Monday morning while the four fires in Olympic National Park saw no growth… Continue reading

PRIMARY RESULTS: Kilmer to face Bloom in general election

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer and challenger Todd A. Bloom will advance to the Nov. 8 general election for the 6th Congressional District seat. Kilmer, a… Continue reading

UPDATE: West End electricity goes out due to equipment malfunction at Sappho Substation

UPDATE: Electrical power was restored to all customers in Forks by 9:28 p.m. Monday. The cause of the secondary power outage was a downed line.… Continue reading

3rd UPDATE: Power restored to most West End customers after outage for thousands

CARLSBORG — Electrical power was restored to most of the West End by Monday evening after equipment malfunctioned at the Sappho Substation and left thousands… Continue reading