Keith Thorpe

PAHS bridges win top three prizes in regional contest

Engineering skills of 17 students put to the test

 

Building, Remodeling and Energy Expo continues in Sequim

Robert Atkinson of Sequim, left, talks about power tools with Mike Deese, a contractor sales representative for Angeles Millwork at the company’s display booth at… Continue reading

 

At play over the field

Aria Turrey, 13, paddles a kayak with Anthony Turry, 6, on flooded athletic fields Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, at Lincoln Park in Port Angeles. The… Continue reading

 

Cure for cabin fever

Pedestrians walk along Olympic Hot Springs Road in the Elwha Valley of Olympic National Park recently. The road, which is gated near the park boundary… Continue reading

Clallam County Fair queen selected in Port Angeles

The 2020 Clallam County Fair Queen Anna Menkal receives her crown from 2019 Queen Saydee Peters as 2020 Princess Hannah McDaniel looks… Continue reading

Picture perfect pit stop

Tash Williams, left, takes a photograph of his aunt, Mia Boyd, and her daughter, McKynzii Boyd, 8, on the grounds of Lake Crescent Lodge at… Continue reading

MV Coho returns

The ferry MV Coho sails past Port Angeles City Pier on its way to the Black Ball Ferry dock Wednesday, Feb. 5,… Continue reading

Above the Dungeness River

Pedestrians, many with dogs, walk along the rebuilt trestle leading to the main span at Railroad Bridge Park near Sequim on Saturday, Feb.… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School teachers rally in favor of the capital levy

A group of Port Angeles High School teachers gather on the four corners of Eighth and Lincoln streets earlier this week to… Continue reading

Pirate Pete’s Week at Peninsula College

Peninsula College students, from left, Robert Williams and Matthew Larson, both of Forks, and Austin Savage of Sequim, cavort in a bounce… Continue reading

Getting through the gray days

An umbrella-sporting pedestrian walks their dog in the 400 block of South Peabody Street in Port Angeles. Unsettled weather with periods of… Continue reading

Mill site lets off steam in Port Angeles

Clouds of steam rise from the cogeneration facility at the McKinley Paper mill on Marine Drive in Port Angeles on Saturday as crews begin the… Continue reading

Blanket of clouds descends on Port Angeles

A persistent cloud layer snuggles against the Olympic foothills above Port Angeles as Klahhane Ridge pokes out high above during a break in the rain… Continue reading

Farewell to the Winter Ice Village

Today is the last day for skating

Heavy snow brings down Port Angeles Winter Ice Village tent

Storm leads to sudden end to skating season

Drying on the driftwood

PORT ANGELES —A juvenile bald eagle shakes the rain from its feathers from its perch on a piece of driftwood on Ediz Hook in Port… Continue reading

One-year anniversary of cutting down sequoia marked

Devon Gray wants to sow a bit of hope for the future. That hope comes in the form of seeds collected from… Continue reading

Time to take down the tree in Port Angeles

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department employee Eli Hammel hoists a cut branch from the downtown Christmas tree onto a truck for… Continue reading

Voices raised in singalong performance of ‘Messiah’ in Sequim

Audience members sing along as a chorus during Saturday’s 20th annual singalong performance of Handel’s “Messiah” at Trinity United Methodist Church in Sequim.… Continue reading

Making a splash in Port Angeles’ wet weather

A vehicle towing a boat splashes through a puddle on Ediz Hook Road on Tuesday in Port Angeles. Persistent rain soaked portions… Continue reading