Paige Dickerson

Forks police make a deal: one Tahoe for three patrol cars

FORKS — Three new police cars will be added to the Forks fleet by the end of the month. The three Crown Victorias were purchased… Continue reading

 

Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby promises to be a quack-up

PORT ANGELES — A quacky sort of family fun will race into Port Angeles on Sunday. The 22nd annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby will… Continue reading

 

Port Angeles Fire Department cooks up annual pancake fundraiser

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Fire Department is cooking up plans for the annual Pancake Benefit Breakfast on Saturday. The eighth annual breakfast will… Continue reading

 

Solemn ceremony recognizes law officers killed in line of duty

PORT ANGELES — In a solemn ceremony attended by about 100 onlookers, law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty were memorialized Monday. “Against… Continue reading

National award given Port Angeles aviation mechanic

PORT ANGELES — Jerry Weiler has spent a lifetime keeping his plane and others’ in the air. Weiler’s nearly 50 years of work as an… Continue reading

Forks may sacrifice airport to maintain summer drag racing

FORKS — The City Council will discuss possibly closing the municipal airport after Sen. Patty Murray’s regional director said last week that it may be… Continue reading

Fireworks display to wrap up 116th Irrigation Festival

SEQUIM — Amazing tests of strength at the Strongman Competition, feats of skill at the 23rd annual Logging Show and a Grand Parade with 120… Continue reading

Forum to discuss Wild Olympics Campaign on West End

AMANDA PARK — A meeting at Lake Quinault School on Saturday will draw speakers from Forks and elsewhere on the West End to discuss the… Continue reading

Sequim selects new city logo

SEQUIM — The city's new logo depicts a wave-like swirl with a river running through it and a shaft of grain below. The Sequim City… Continue reading

Crazy Daze Breakfast highlights Sequim Irrigation Festival

SEQUIM — Businesses and citizens will be a little bit crazy Friday in honor of D. R. “Crazy” Callen — one of the founders of… Continue reading

Kenmore Air to cut flights between Port Angeles, Seattle starting June 1

PORT ANGELES — Kenmore Air will cut back to three flights a day starting June 1. The move, which was made to cut the number… Continue reading

McEntire announces candidacy for Clallam County commissioner

SEQUIM — Jim McEntire, a Sequim Republican, announced Tuesday that he would run for the Clallam County commissioner seat now held by Steve Tharinger. McEntire,… Continue reading

McEntire urges quick action on cutting Lincoln Park trees, redeveloping park

PORT ANGELES — Port of Port Angeles Commissioner Jim McEntire urged cutting trees in Lincoln Park soon because of the possibility of the William R.… Continue reading

Options to be discussed as West End drag racing deadline nears

FORKS — Members of the Forks city staff, West End Thunder, Sen. Patty Murray’s staff and the Federal Aviation Administration will discuss Thursday whether an… Continue reading

Airline won’t meet 10,000-passenger minimum this year, Port of Port Angeles forecasts

PORT ANGELES — After a discouraging first quarter, the Port of Port Angeles is predicting that Kenmore Airline will not make the minimum 10,000 passengers… Continue reading

Lake Crescent residents worried by plan for wilderness next door

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Some residents of Lake Crescent are worried about a rider to a tsunami protection bill that designates 4,100 acres near them… Continue reading

Port Townsend poised to lay off up to 10 teachers

PORT TOWNSEND — Notices will go out later this week to teachers who will be laid off in the Port Townsend School District. About eight… Continue reading

Defenders of bin Laden’s driver relate experiences to Peninsula lawyers

PORT ANGELES — When Seattle attorney Harry Schneider sought a pro bono case, he wasn’t looking to go down in history. Schneider, speaking to a… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s new Maier Hall almost open for business [**Gallery AND Video**]

PORT ANGELES — The protective construction fence is down, and 61,750-square-foot Maier Hall at Peninsula College is almost ready for its furniture. The paint has… Continue reading

Port Angeles girl to represent Western Washington at Girl Scout conference

PORT ANGELES — Lenora Hofer is something of a super-Girl Scout. Involved in a pages-long list of activities, Lenora, a freshman at Port Angeles High… Continue reading