Clallam County

Forks man jailed for investigation of first-degree child molestation

A Forks man has been arrested for investigation of first-degree child molestation of a girl younger than 12 years old. Bail of $50,000… Continue reading

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Two young local riders win at Sunday’s NW Cup

They came from as far away as the cold of Quebec and Vermont and the balmy deserts of Southern California. They even… Continue reading

Law and the Landing free legal clinic scheduled for April 20

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers will hold Law at the Landing from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20. The free legal… Continue reading

PHOTO: Just a nibble in Port Angeles

A squirrel nibbles on a pine cone on Dry Hill west of Port Angeles on Sunday afternoon.… Continue reading

PHOTOS: Cleanup ongoing in Port Angeles after windstorm

Brooke Keohokalole and Leon Leonard, maintenance workers with the city of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department, clear debris from Lincoln Park… Continue reading

A U.S. Coast Guard response boat medium like the one used to evacuate a man from a freighter in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Sunday. (U.S. Coast Guard)

Coast Guard evacuates man from freighter in Strait

EMTs take victim to Olympic Medical Center

A U.S. Coast Guard response boat medium like the one used to evacuate a man from a freighter in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Sunday. (U.S. Coast Guard)

State Senate, House don’t see eye to eye on budgets

Differences on Morse Creek, Hadlock wastewater facility, Boys & Girls Clubs, boatbuilding school

Forks Aquatic Center can’t use timber sales revenue to fix building

Issue tied to conflicting interpretations of state law

ON THE WATERFRONT: Coast Guard boat out for renovation

PLATYPUS MARINE IN Port Angeles has Swordfish stowed in the Commander building. She is an 87-foot Coast Guard patrol boat which is homeported in Port… Continue reading

PHOTO: Raising funds for animals in Port Angeles

A.J. Newland, 9, of Port Angeles pets Slater, a 5-month-old Chihuahua/Doberman pinscher puppy, during a pet adoption and fundraising session for the Olympic Peninsula Humane… Continue reading

Free film screening on ‘resilience’ at Dry Creek School

Dry Creek Elementary School will host a free screening of the film “Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope”… Continue reading

70 Port Angeles middle school students given a tour of state Capitol

Students from Stevens Middle School took a field trip to Olympia on Feb. 26. Teachers Scott Soule and Stacey Sanders with Assistant Principal… Continue reading

PHOTO: Paddle power in Port Angeles

Abby Austin, 15, kayaks in the Port Angeles Harbor as the sun breaks through the clouds Sunday afternoon.… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: PUD to consider bond for capital improvements

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will consider authorizing the issuance and sale of a $570,000 bond to finance the replacement of the Gales Addition… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: April showers bring the to-do list

LET US ALL hope that anything “April Foolish” is over for this year … right? We have endured an end-of-year wind storm knocking out power… Continue reading

Attorneys to present ‘Know Your Rights’

Port Angeles attorneys Stephanie Hyatt and Elizabeth Dunne will discuss interactions with law enforcement in a Wednesday presentation of “Know Your Rights.”… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Readers respond to final picture from the past

SEVERAL READERS RESPONDED to the March picture from the past and recognized it as the Aldwell fire. The fire happened Dec. 12, 1965, at the… Continue reading

Call to artists: Contribute to Webster’s Woods

The ground out there in the woods is fertile, ready for new art. And Sarah Jane, the new gallery and program director… Continue reading

Coast Guard prepares for the Big One

Coast Guard personnel stationed on Ediz Hook are ready for the big one. Crews know they have about 45 minutes after a… Continue reading