Clallam County

Repairs set to begin soon for Salish ferry

The MV Kennewick will be the only ferry serving the Port Townsend-Coupeville route for the foreseeable future after the MV Salish was… Continue reading

Sequim man awarded attorney fees by state Supreme Court

The state Supreme Court has ruled that a Sequim man who beat criminal marijuana charges is entitled to attorney fees after the… Continue reading

Clallam, Jefferson see voter turnout boost in primary with prepaid postage

Clallam and Jefferson counties each saw a significant increase in voter turnout during the August primary — the first election in which… Continue reading

PHOTO: Heralding the Jewish New Year

a ram’s horn — at a Monday morning sunrise service at Port Angeles City… Continue reading

PHOTO: Timely toss for Strait Slice in Port Angeles

Scott Sullivan, owner of The Strait Slice Pizza Co., tosses pizza dough in the dining area of his downtown Port Angeles pizzeria Thursday. Time Magazine… Continue reading

Cause of fire that destroyed Forks-area mill undetermined

The fire that destroyed a cedar shake mill Wednesday morning, further shrinking a once-flourishing West End industry, likely started in an area where… Continue reading

Work of two artists, jeweler featured in Port Ludlow

The Port Ludlow Art League will hold its Second Wednesday Reception from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the lobby of Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend display illustrates battle some veterans face at home

On a small grass strip adjacent to the American Legion Post on Water Street is a display that reminds passersby of a… Continue reading

World Suicide Prevention Day gathering set today in Port Angeles

The only World Suicide Prevention Day event scheduled online in the state will be at 6 p.m. today in Port Angeles. The… Continue reading

OMC faces massive cut in Medicare reimbursements

Olympic Medical Center is urging people to comment on a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposal that would significantly cut reimbursements… Continue reading

Goat relocation efforts begin today in Olympic National Park

Starting today a coalition of state and federal agencies, with support from local tribes, will begin translocating mountain goats from Olympic National… Continue reading

Small earthquake gives Peninsula light shake

A small earthquake north of Sequim lightly shook the North Olympic Peninsula early Sunday morning. The 3.3 magnitude earthquake happened at about… Continue reading

Sequim teachers approve new contract: Both Sequim, Port Angeles bargained after McCleary

The agreement on a new contract reached by the Sequim School District and the Sequim teachers’ union focuses on more flexible planning time… Continue reading

Man arrested after stolen Yukon is pulled over in Port Angeles traffic stop

A 34-year-old Port Angeles man remained jailed Sunday after a deputy stopped him for speeding in a school zone while allegedly driving… Continue reading

Sequim woman charged with assault, resisting arrest

A Sequim woman has been charged after she allegedly barged into a house, assaulted a man and a boy, fled from law… Continue reading

PHOTO: Rally call for orcas, climate in Port Angeles

Ruby Elisa of Port Townsend, right, was among about 40 people at the daylong Rise for Orcas and Climate Justice rally, sponsored by Olympic Climate… Continue reading

PHOTO: Rock on at Port Angeles gem show

Ten-year-old Dublin Burk, accompanied by his stepfather, Colin Leahy of Port Angeles, makes a purchase from Corinne Woods of P & D Agate Tacoma on… Continue reading

‘Miss Lillian’ steps onto the Port Angeles stage

Standing ovations, a Peace Corps lapel pin and a bear hug as she took her bow: These are gifts “Miss Lillian” has… Continue reading

9/11 ceremony planned in Port Angeles

A formal ceremony honoring first responders and the lives lost during the 9/11 terrorist attacks is set for noon Tuesday at the… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Cruise mode for end of summer

deadheading, pinching, leaf-stripping and cultivating, because next… Continue reading