Vietnam War era veterans recognized at Port Angeles ceremony

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer honored nearly 100 veterans who served during the Vietnam War era at a commemorative pinning ceremony in Port… Continue reading

Clallam County PUD hopefuls clash at forum

Candidates for Clallam County Public Utility District commissioner sparred during a League of Women Voters forum, with six-term incumbent Ted Simpson and… Continue reading

Port Angeles council backs effort to overturn ruling; home rule at issue, supporters say

Port Angeles has joined a legal effort to defend home rule authority. The City Council voted 5-2 Tuesday — with Cherie Kidd… Continue reading

Tour of Italy dinner, auction to raise funds for Clallam Mosaic

A bit of European flair highlights the funding needs for some of Clallam County’s most vulnerable citizens. The fourth annual Tour of… Continue reading

Traveling surfboard expresses opposition to offshore oil drilling

A traveling surfboard signed by businessmen in the recreation industries who are opposed to offshore oil drilling will be at the Surfrider… Continue reading

Grade-school students among those who practice earthquake drill

At 10:18 a.m. Thursday, the tone went off at Salish Coast Elementary School signaling the beginning of the the Great Washington ShakeOut.… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Celebration at school set tonight in PT … and other items

The newly opened Salish Coast Elementary School will host a Community Celebration from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today. The school at… Continue reading

Teddy Bear Tea tickets to go on sale Saturday

Tickets for the popular Teddy Bear Teas at the Festival of Trees will go on sale Saturday morning. The tickets — $12… Continue reading

Main Street director: Port Townsend retailers survived Water Street makeover well

The year of 2018 was one fraught with challenges for Port Townsend retailers, said the executive director of the Main Street Program.… Continue reading

Port Townsend school personnel train for active shooter

Port Townsend School District teachers, administrators and support staff watched a video Wednesday afternoon showing an active shooter situation that took place… Continue reading

Sequim woman cited for cellphone use in Jefferson wreck

PORT LUDLOW— The State Patrol said that a woman distracted by answering her cell phone caused a two-vehicle wreck on state Highway 104 about 10… Continue reading

Port Angeles council considers raising residential water rates

City customers will see a 5.4 percent increase in their residential water bills and no change in their home electric bills next… Continue reading

PHOTO: Fall foliage route

The colors of autumn provide a wash of yellow in the Tumwater Creek Valley as traffic makes its way along the Tumwater… Continue reading

Propane explosion, fire in Sequim trailer injures man

A Sequim man has been airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after he was burned by an explosion and fire inside a… Continue reading

Bed and breakfast or hotel? Third party to review the question in Clallam

Clallam County and a woman suing the county over her proposed 32,000-square-foot and 27-bathroom bed and breakfast have agreed to have a neutral… Continue reading

Clallam Transit board approves labor agreement

The Clallam Transit board has approved a three-year labor agreement that provides retroactive pay and three years worth of raises for bus… Continue reading

General election ballots mailed today

The Nov. 6 general election enters its final lap today. Ballots will be mailed today to more than 77,500 voters in Clallam… Continue reading

Green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness

Resource managers at Dungeness’ Washington Maritime National Wildlife Refuge are happy to find less of what they were hunting. Lorenz Sollmann, deputy project… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Storyteller workshop set Friday in Port Angeles … and other items

Minton Sparks, a Southern storyteller in town for this weekend’s Forest Storytelling Festival at Peninsula College, will teach a pre-festival workshop, “Discover… Continue reading

Police investigate thefts at Sequim Food Bank

Sequim police officers continue to investigate a string of theft and burglaries at the Sequim Food Bank. Stephen Rosales, board president for the… Continue reading