Brenda Hanrahan

Warm weather, hot weekend for activities on North Olympic Peninsula

Residents of the North Olympic Peninsula can spend the weekend celebrating the heritage of the West End and Dungeness Valley, the slow pace of kinetic… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School’s new music building to be dedicated Saturday

PORT ANGELES -- A dedication ceremony for the newly completed Stevens Middle School music building -- already in use -- will be held Saturday. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Graving yard archaeology to continue into at least November

PORT ANGELES -- When the archaeological excavation of the graving yard began in April, no one involved thought the process would continue into November. The… Continue reading

Peninsula: Lots to see, do in weekend events

Residents of the North Olympic Peninsula will find an array of activities to choose from this week. The list includes festivals celebrating films, the Dungeness… Continue reading

Statewide measures analyzed at community voter forum in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- About 60 people gathered Thursday evening for a forum that addressed the pros and cons of four statewide measures on the Nov.… Continue reading

West End: Coast Guard rescues stranded hiker

LAPUSH -- A stranded hiker in the vicinity of First Beach was rescued off a cliff by a Coast Guard helicopter. Coast Guard spokesman Bill… Continue reading

Port Angeles: StreamFest offers fun, food

PORT ANGELES -- StreamFest 2004 on Sunday invites the public to celebrate stream and land conservation efforts with music, exhibits, hayrides, a salmon dinner and… Continue reading

LaPush: Quileute to get $649,322 grant for housing improvements

LAPUSH -- The Quileute Housing Authority will receive a $649,322 federal grant to improve affordable housing. The funding falls under the U.S. Department of Housing… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Culture and tradition abound for 80th Makah Days this weekend

NEAH BAY -- Makah tribal members will celebrate their culture and heritage this weekend during the 80th annual Makah Days. The three-day celebration includes traditional… Continue reading

Shine: New cable to help hold Hood Canal Bridge in place expected by Sept. 10

SHINE -- The Hood Canal Bridge is getting cable -- not cable TV, but a new, three-inch steel anchor cable that helps to hold the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School Board expected to approve $38.68 million budget Monday night

PORT ANGELES -- School Board members are expected to approve a $38.68 million operating budget for the Port Angeles School District on Monday night. The… Continue reading

Weekend highlighted by four-day Clallam County Fair

The Clallam County Fair offers young and old a chance to view hundreds of farm animals in action and enjoy concerts and festival rides. The… Continue reading

Submersible video shows Hood Canal Bridge cable broken 350 feet under water; divers may go down today

SHINE -- Video footage collected by a submersible device 350 feet below the surface of Hood Canal appears to show a 3-inch-diameter steel cable broken… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Archeological workers ramp up efforts to complete dig at graving yard site

PORT ANGELES -- The 35 archaeologists and 35 Lower Elwha Klallam tribal workers removing human remains and Native American artifacts from the Hood Canal Bridge… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Peninsula backers of new state parks pleased with commission’s support of plans

PORT ANGELES -- Supporters of developing Hoko River State Park and a site on the Miller Peninsula say they are pleased the Washington State Parks… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Monroe School closed, cuts made – — – but school district still bathed in red ink

PORT ANGELES -- Closing Monroe Elementary School and paring administrative and maintenance expenses wasn't enough. The Port Angeles School District is still $164,036 in the… Continue reading

British Columbia: Peninsula tribes join others for festive end to 2004 Paddle Journey

KULLEET BAY, British Columbia -- As 52 canoes bearing hundreds of tribal members from throughout the Northwest and Canada ceremoniously circled Kulleet Bay, a crowd… Continue reading

Lower Elwha tribe starts planning for hosting 2005 Paddle Journey in Port Angeles

KULLEET BAY, British Columbia -- Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members say they will spend the next year preparing for the 2005 Paddle Journey, which will… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Tribal canoes to make lengthy pull across Strait of Juan de Fuca today

PORT ANGELES -- The 2004 Paddle Journey travels across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Esquimalt, British Columbia today. Lower Elwha Klallam canoe skipper… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Paddle Journey pauses for song, prayer off graving yard archeological site today

PORT ANGELES -- The Paddle Journey of 21 Native American canoes trekking from Puget Sound to Vancouver Island pauses today to rest, repair some canoes… Continue reading