Jesse Major

Man charged with first-degree rape of a child

Mexican citizen asked to leave US three times before

Man finds police at home where he was expecting teen girls

Suspect traveled from Bellingham to Port Angeles

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe awaits decision on oyster farm

Ruling expected from hearing examiner by Dec. 23

Clallam County approves 1 percent tax increase

Clallam County commissioners have approved a 1 percent levy increase for next year in a 2-to-1 decision. During a public hearing Tuesday… Continue reading

Port Angeles Police Department earns 2019 Accreditation Award

The Port Angeles Police Department has received an Accreditation Award for 2019. The department is one of four departments across the state… Continue reading

Prosecutor will not appeal dismissal of 1978 murder charge

Speedy trial right violated in Tommy Ross case, courts rule

Clallam officials consider contract extension amid litigation

Deal is with company reviewing Judy Lee building plans

The waves beneath the board

Nick Ward of Sequim kite boards in Dungeness Bay on a sunny Sunday. The sun is expected to return to the Peninsula later this week.… Continue reading

Sprinkler quickly douses apartment fire in Port Angeles

Home suffers smoke, fire, water damage

Judge urged to enforce Medicare ruling

OMC among those asking for hearing

Forks man accused of child rape

Miguel Angel Medel Lopez said to have been deported twice

Funding uncertain for opioid treatment facility

Changes in Medicaid disbursement end contract

Crescent School District Board of Directors earns honors

Washington State School Directors’ Association names it a Board of Distinction

Deputy chief named for Clallam Fire District 2

The Clallam Fire District 2 Board of Commissioners has selected Justin Grider as the department’s new deputy fire chief, a position that… Continue reading

Marbled murrelet strategy criticized for impact on rural areas

Decision on proposed plan expected Dec. 3

CASA to legislators: More funding is needed

Volunteers advocate for abused children in court

Crescent School Board member resigns

The Crescent School District is preparing to replace a school board member who resigned halfway through his term. Lee Evinger resigned from the… Continue reading