Federal-state program will tackle Idaho forest projects

State and federal officials have identified 6,700 square miles in Idaho to test a plan that… Continue reading

  • Jul 12, 2019

Forks resident graduates with Master of Science degree

The University of Wisconsin-Stout has announced that Forks resident Jamie Callie graduated in May. Calley earned a Master of Science in sustainable… Continue reading

Highway 101 speed limit reduced between Queets and Kalaloch

Culvert removal work to aid fish passage coming up

NEWS BRIEFS:Motorcyclists meeting set for Saturday … and other items

The Christian Motorcycles Association will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday. The club meets at the Mariner Cafe, 609 W. Washington St. The meetings… Continue reading

PHOTO: McKinley Paper Co. looking for employees

Peter Johnson, human relations manager for McKinley Paper Co., conducts an orientation meeting during a hiring event Thursday at the Armory Square Professional Center in… Continue reading

PHOTO: Take a walk in a garden this Saturday in Port Angeles

The Fifth Street Community Garden in Port Angeles holds a monthly event, Second Saturday Garden Walk, during which people can learn more about it. This… Continue reading

Sequim community members rally at city against addiction-treatment facility

Staff: Proposal not yet before council, planning commission

Sequim resident named to George Fox University’s spring dean’s list

Sequim native Alexandria McMenamin was recently named to George Fox University’s spring 2019 dean’s list. To qualify, a student must earn at… Continue reading

Sequim resident named to Iowa State University dean’s list

Iowa State University recently announced that Sequim resident Carmen Jo Wilwert was named to the spring 2019 dean’s list. Wilwert is studying… Continue reading

State OKs killing of some wolves preying on cattle

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife has authorized killing some members of a wolf pack… Continue reading

  • Jul 12, 2019

Child detention protest planned for Friday in Port Townsend

Event part of ‘Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Detention Camps’ movement

Washington state sues Navy over expanded flights on Whidbey Island

AG: officials didn’t adequately consider effects on people, wildlife

Annual Ruddell Auto Cruise-In set Friday in Port Angeles

Hundreds of vehicles expected at free event

Winning floats in Port Angeles Fourth of July parade announced

The Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced winners from the annual Fourth of July Parade. This year’s parade featured 68… Continue reading

The Benji Project awards $10,000 in scholarships

Two will lead ‘Making Friends with Yourself’ class, other programs through nonprofit

Port Angeles School District Board to meet

The Port Angeles School District Board is scheduled to meet tonight, Thursday, July 11. The meeting, slated to begin with an executive… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Peninsula towns celebrate our nation’s independence

Port Townsend, Forks, Sequim, Port Angeles get together for food, concerts, fireworks

More than 100 mourn Port Angeles woman, her children at City Pier vigil

Kambeitz family remembered at mother’s favorite place to bring her kids

Construction continues in Sequim with Fir Street

For 900-plus days, Sequim has been under construction — and that trend doesn’t look to change in 2020. City of Sequim staff recently… Continue reading

Lights for Liberty vigil set for Friday night in Sequim

Indivisible Sequim will hold a Lights for Liberty vigil from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday. The vigil will be… Continue reading