Keith Thorpe

PHOTO GALLERY: 2019 Canoe Journey lands at Jamestown Beach

The 2019 Canoe Journey Paddle to Lummi saw canoes arrive at Jamestown Beach on Tuesday, territory of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. Canoes from Western Washington,… Continue reading

 

PHOTOS: The color purple out in abundance

Visitors from across the region are visiting Washington Lavender Farm at 965 Finn Hall Road east of Port Angeles for its early… Continue reading

 

PHOTO: Protest for ‘Lights of Liberty’

A group of people take part in Friday evening’s “Lights for Liberty” vigil along East First Street in front of the U.S.… Continue reading

 

PHOTO: Ballot test gets ready for Aug. 6 primary

Clallam County Elections Manger Becky Pettigrew, left, and Elections Deputy Susan Johnson watch as a vote tabulation machine accepts test ballots during… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Cars from far and wide at annual Ruddell Cruise-In

Ruddell Auto hosted its 23rd annual Cruise-In on Friday at Ruddell Auto Mall, 110 S. Golf Course Road. Members of about a… Continue reading

PHOTO: Picture yourself in cutouts in Port Angeles

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PHOTO: McKinley Paper Co. looking for employees

Peter Johnson, human relations manager for McKinley Paper Co., conducts an orientation meeting during a hiring event Thursday at the Armory Square Professional Center in… Continue reading

PHOTO: Take a walk in a garden this Saturday in Port Angeles

The Fifth Street Community Garden in Port Angeles holds a monthly event, Second Saturday Garden Walk, during which people can learn more about it. This… Continue reading

PHOTO: Minus tides in Port Angeles offer opportunity to explore

Adrian Acosta of Hullsboro, Ore., and his daughter, Arien Acosta, 15, make their way over normally submerged rocks at Hollywood Beach in… Continue reading

PHOTO: Port Angeles protesters demand closure of border camps

Protesters stand in front of the Port Angeles office of U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer on Tuesday in opposition to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection… Continue reading

PHOTO: Dogs and their people rest on the shore

Wendy Boyd, left, and Karol Gray, both of Port Angeles, escape the heat by playing fetch with dogs Buddy, left, and Cream along the shore… Continue reading

PHOTO: Lighthouse lunch at Dungeness Landing

Jennifer and Ron Parmenter of Sequim take advantage of a recent warm and sunny day with a picnic at Dungeness Landing County Park north of… Continue reading

PHOTO: Items sold at nautical flea market in Port Angeles

Joel Peterson of Port Angeles, left, looks at a table filled with used nautical equipment staffed by Bruce Cutting of Sequim during a flea market… Continue reading

PHOTO: Pink Up Port Angeles fundraisers underway

Tammy Gallagher of the Soroptimist International of Port Angeles Noon Club ties pink ribbons along First Street in downtown Port Angeles to… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Memories abound at Port Angeles High graduation

Louisa Monger, a teacher at Dry Creek School and formerly at Jefferson School, right, shows off a quilt made 10 years ago from squares created… Continue reading

PHOTO: A day in the sun at Port Williams County Park

Kelin Schaafsma of Sequim and her son Asher Schaafsma, 3, play in sand on the shores of Sequim Bay at Port Williams County Park as… Continue reading

PHOTO: Growing art on display in Sequim

Arlene Honnold of Sequim examines a 48-year-old Japanese maple on display during Saturday’s 42rd annual Spring Bonsai Show at Pioneer Memorial Park in Sequim. Dozens… Continue reading

PHOTO: Capturing the beauty of Madison Falls

Nancy Scott of Fairfax, Calif., uses her cellphone to take a photograph of Madison Creek Falls in the Elwha River Valley near the boundary of… Continue reading

PHOTO: Student Emmy Awards nominees recognized

Port Angeles Mayor Sissi Bruch, center, accompanied by video production instructor Patric McInnis, reads a proclamation honoring Port Angeles High School students… Continue reading

Emergency drill at Crescent School

Rescue workers from Clallam County Fire District 4, with assistance from the Joyce Emergency Planning and Preparation group and the Joyce Emergency Planning and Preparation… Continue reading