OMC CEO urges ‘real people’ to express how change would affect them

Olympic Medical Center has seen widespread support across Clallam County in its effort to block a federal proposal that could cut Medicare… Continue reading


Jefferson County PUD eyes $4 million expansion

Jefferson County Public Utility District commissioners and staff plan a $4 million facility remodeling and expansion project at its Four Corners Road… Continue reading


Port Angeles skating rink outlined: Organizers seek volunteers, funds for winter village

Plans have been unveiled for a seasonal ice skating rink and winter village in downtown Port Angeles. Organizers of the Port Angeles… Continue reading


D’Amico files lawsuit against Jefferson County sheriff

Joe D’Amico, owner of Security Services Northwest Inc., has filed a lawsuit against Jefferson County Sheriff David Stanko alleging a public records… Continue reading

Forks, county officials discuss getting more animal control in area

The town has “gone to the dogs,” some say, and now Forks city and Clallam County officials are looking to find a way… Continue reading

Clallam PUD commissioners select Haffner’s replacement

Out of what they called a pool of experienced and talented candidates, Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners made their choice for the… Continue reading

Fire destroys 50 golf carts at The Cedars at Dungeness

A fire consumed an estimated 50 golf carts and other course equipment early Sunday morning at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course. Eric… Continue reading

Kilmer tours district with Republican chair of House Budget Committee

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, a Democrat, is hosting the Republican chair of the House Budget Committee on a tour of his… Continue reading

Uranium from the sea: Sequim lab links yarn and seawater to expand energy options

Sequim researchers said they have hit a major milestone for a potential energy source using household yarn, seawater and chemistry. By flowing constant… Continue reading

Land sale approved for Port Angeles hotel

Trust won out over caution Thursday during a rare joint meeting between the Lower Elwha Tribal and City councils. On a 4-2… Continue reading

Clallam withdraws job offer, will restart search for administrator

The Clallam County Board of County Commissioners rescinded its conditional offer to hire David Fraser as its next administrator after discovering information… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Victims remembered at event marking completion of bridge barriers

Port Angeles city officials hosted a community gathering and a concert on the Eighth Street bridge over Valley Creek to celebrate the… Continue reading

Jefferson County airport runway to get funding, facelift

The Jefferson County International Airport runway will be redesigned using a $414,328 grant from the Federal Aviation Administration. Interim Executive Director Jim… Continue reading

Jefferson Healthcare: Planning essential for emergency response

Jefferson Healthcare workers have been practicing for emergencies and continue to prepare for small, local events or regional major catastrophes. “Every hospital… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Fall programs set for QUUF … and other items

Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has announced its fall 2018 Adult Learning Program schedule lineup. To enroll, visit Various free special events,… Continue reading

Paraeducators seek higher wages from Port Angeles School District

Members of the Port Angeles Paraeducator Association rallied outside the Lincoln Center before their bargaining session with Port Angeles School District officials.… Continue reading

Park entrance free on Saturday

Day-use entrance fees will be waived Saturday at state parks and Olympic National Park in celebration of National Public Lands Day. Olympic National Park’s regular… Continue reading

PHOTO: Touch and go landings before Mount Baker

A Navy EA-16G Growler practicing touch-and-go landings at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island can be seen from Port Townsend as it flies in front of… Continue reading

Port Angeles to study housing needs

The Port Angeles City Council has hired a La Conner consultant to conduct a housing needs assessment for the city. Council members… Continue reading

Regenerative ranching topic of lecture

Doniga Markegard, owner of Markegard Family Grass-Fed, will present a free talk on regenerative ranching, tracking and permaculture Saturday after a day that… Continue reading