Jeremy Schwartz

Missing Sequim woman’s family hopes to hear from her

SEQUIM — Now that a woman missing for five weeks has been confirmed to be in the King County city of Shoreline, her Sequim family… Continue reading

 

City Council eyes affordability of Port Angeles compared to similar Puget Sound cities

PORT ANGELES — The percentage of household income spent by Port Angeles residents on basic living expenses is the sixth highest of 15 other comparably… Continue reading

 

The newborn just one of many attractions at Clallam County Fair [**VIDEO and GALLERY**]

PORT ANGELES — Four-year-old Roslyn Crowe simply had to see the newborn lamb in the sheep and goat barn at the Clallam County Fair. Sadie… Continue reading

 

Department of Natural Resources lifts ban on campfires in fire rings

Thanks to wet weather across the North Olympic Peninsula and most of Western Washington last week, both State Parks and state Department of Natural Resources… Continue reading

Inmate captured after escape from corrections center south of Forks; investigation underway on how he got out

FORKS ­­— State officials continue to investigate how an inmate escaped from a minimum-security prison south of Forks. Aaron Richard Brown III, 37, was taken… Continue reading

Police: Port Angeles man pointed gun at three boys

PORT ANGELES — A Port Angeles man is expected to be arraigned this coming Friday on criminal charges for allegedly pointing a small loaded handgun… Continue reading

Port Angeles man deemed incompetent to stand trial

PORT ANGELES — A Port Angeles man accused of trying to kidnap a 6-year-old boy from Hollywood Beach in June has been deemed incompetent to… Continue reading

The newborn just one of many attractions at Clallam County Fair [**VIDEO and GALLERY**]

PORT ANGELES — Four-year-old Roslyn Crowe simply had to see the newborn lamb in the sheep and goat barn at the Clallam County Fair. Sadie… Continue reading

Inmate captured after escape from corrections center south of Forks; investigation underway on how he got out

FORKS ­­— State officials continue to investigate how an inmate escaped from a minimum-security prison south of Forks. Aaron Richard Brown III, 37, was taken… Continue reading

Police: Port Angeles man pointed gun at three boys

PORT ANGELES — A Port Angeles man is expected to be arraigned this coming Friday on criminal charges for allegedly pointing a small loaded handgun… Continue reading

Department of Natural Resources lifts ban on campfires in fire rings

Thanks to wet weather across the North Olympic Peninsula and most of Western Washington last week, both State Parks and state Department of Natural Resources… Continue reading

Port Angeles man deemed incompetent to stand trial

PORT ANGELES — A Port Angeles man accused of trying to kidnap a 6-year-old boy from Hollywood Beach in June has been deemed incompetent to… Continue reading

Inmate captured after brief escape from minimum-security prison near Forks

FORKS ­— An inmate serving time for drug possession was captured the day after he escaped from a minimum-security state prison south of Forks. A… Continue reading

2nd UPDATE — Escapee from prison south of Forks caught

FORKS ­— An inmate who escaped Thursday from a minimum-security state prison south of Forks has been captured, according to a state Department of Corrections… Continue reading

Olympic National Park to mull Glines Canyon Dam removal contract extension

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Park officials are in talks with a contractor about extending the dam demolition contract after high river flows delayed the final… Continue reading

Port Angeles officials say financial reporting inadequacies noted in state audit are corrected

PORT ANGELES — City officials have corrected a handful of issues after a state audit found inadequacies in reports. The state auditor noted problems with… Continue reading

Rain quenches red-flag warning for wildfires on North Olympic Peninsula

The exit of thunderstorms from the North Olympic Peninsula also lifted the area’s red-flag warning because of a threat of lightning-sparked fires, according to the… Continue reading

Lightning strikes spark two fires in Olympic National Park amid red-flag warning

More than 200 lightning strikes hit the North Olympic Peninsula on Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service, but the storm that brought them… Continue reading

State switching to 6-year driver’s licenses from 5-year cycle

OLYMPIA — The state Department of Licensing is moving from a five-year to a six-year driver’s license cycle. Effective immediately, most state residents who renew… Continue reading

State switching to 6-year driver’s licenses from 5-year cycle

OLYMPIA — The state Department of Licensing is moving from a five-year to a six-year driver's license cycle. Effective immediately, most state residents who renew… Continue reading