New Port Angeles School Board member named

Bill Kindler, president of the Port Angeles Education Foundation and a retired mill manager, has been appointed to the Port Angeles School… Continue reading

More than 9 feet of snow at Hurricane Ridge

Too much of a good thing kept the Hurricane Ridge Road closed Friday and Saturday, with more snow predicted this week.… Continue reading

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                                Concrete pilings that once supported a magnetic levitation demonstration track stand empty on Tuesday behind the vacated shops of Lev-X in the Port Angeles Business Park.

Magna Force closes: Firm offering revolutionary technology shuts down; Port of Port Angeles says it is owed rent

Magna Force is going out with a whimper. The magnetic levitation company founded in Port Angeles in 1993 by secretive inventor Karl… Continue reading

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                                Concrete pilings that once supported a magnetic levitation demonstration track stand empty on Tuesday behind the vacated shops of Lev-X in the Port Angeles Business Park.

Crowd at Port Angeles bridges vigil mourns, calls for action, after suicides

Residents gathered at the Valley Creek Eighth Street bridge, not only to mourn community members who have taken their own lives, but… Continue reading

Sequim considers asking voters to renew 10-year Transportation Benefit District tax

The Sequim City Council soon will consider putting the Transportation Benefit District tax before voters again this November. The district has generated more… Continue reading

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary forming new Band of the Northwest

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary seeks skilled amateur and professional musicians to join a new concert band for the Pacific Northwest. The band will… Continue reading

Master Gardener to talk proper pruning

During his Pruning Year Round presentation at noon Thursday, WSU Clallam County Master Gardener Keith Dekker will explain how proper pruning can… Continue reading

Sequim Education Foundation has scholarship opportunities for 2018’s graduating high school seniors

The Sequim Education Foundation is offering scholarship opportunities to 2018 graduating seniors. Each scholarship is listed on www.WashBoard.org with a complete description of… Continue reading

Spring genealogy seminar to feature popular presenter

Janet O’Conor Camarata will be the featured speaker at the Genealogical Society of Clallam County’s spring seminar “Location, Location, Location!” scheduled for Saturday,… Continue reading

State Senate approves abortion insurance bill

The Senate has passed a measure that would require Washington state insurers offering maternity care to also cover elective abortions and contraception. Senate… Continue reading

Chimacum schools chief leery of proposed electrical rate hike

Rick Thompson, superintendent of the Chimacum School District, said the 6.1 percent electrical rate increase proposed for public school districts would adversely affect… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend commissioners to ask for bids for two start dates for jetty

Port of Port Townsend commissioners decided in a split decision — during the first of two last-minute special meetings Wednesday — to… Continue reading

Bipartisan bills target Cold War-era prohibition on nuclear attack preparations

For the first time in more than 30 years, emergency planning in Washington state could include… Continue reading

Affirmative action could make a comeback in Washington state

Seattle area Democratic lawmakers could repeal a 20-year- old voter initiative meant to outlaw preferences based… Continue reading

  • Feb 1, 2018

Council reviews Port Angeles work plan

The Port Angeles City Council reviewed a draft work plan for 2018 Tuesday. Each department highlighted two projects being prioritized this year.… Continue reading

Jefferson Community School receives large grant

Jefferson Community School has received a $90,000 grant from an anonymous source — the single largest grant in the school’s history. The… Continue reading

Former Port Angeles mayor, Clallam Transit manager dies

Former Port Angeles Mayor Dan Di Guilio died Tuesday night at Sebastian Riverside Medical Center in Sebastian, Fla. City employees were notified… Continue reading

Cooke fined $332,000 for salmon release

The state says the firm failed to keep its nets cleaned while the company calls probe incomplete.

Clallam County backs bridge effort: Officials iffy about financial support

Cherie Kidd made an impassioned plea to the Clallam County commissioners for support and money for suicide fencing on the Eighth Street… Continue reading

As opioid crisis grows, judge aims for solutions, settlement

By Geoff Mulvihill The Associated Press The goal is impressive: Hammer out a legal deal that starts guiding the nation out of an epidemic of… Continue reading