Keith Thorpe

Deck the halls at the Christmas Cottage craft sale in Port Angeles

Lisa MacDonald of Port Angeles examines a decorative wreath, one of thousands of locally-made holiday items available at this weekend’s Christmas Cottage craft sale at… Continue reading

Preparing the way for Field Arts & Events Hall

An excavator constructs a gravel access road to the site of the future Field Arts & Events Hall on Tuesday on the… Continue reading

Winter Ice Village preparations underway in Port Angeles

Adam Bruch of Lakeside Industries smooths out ridges as a road grader spreads sand to provide a base Thursday for this year’s… Continue reading

Carefully counting in Clallam

Clallam County Elections Deputy Susan Johnson sorts through uncounted ballots Wednesday at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles.… Continue reading

Lakeside Industries mans food drive in Port Angeles

Lakeside Industries employees Tim Anton, left, and Jorden Shillington load a truck with donated food items during the company’s annual “Flag Down Hunger” food drive… Continue reading

How ‘bout them apples?

Amy Preusser of Agnew, right, and Susan Savage of Sequim, both members of the Olympic Orchard Society, slice samples of various apples and… Continue reading

Halloween fun on the Olympic Peninsula

Trick-or-treaters filled streets of many North Olympic Peninsula towns to visit businesses, make the rounds in their neighborhoods and take part in parades. Some young… Continue reading

Tree planting in Port Angeles park

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department employees Brooke Keohokaloke and Darryl Anderson prepare a red oak tree for planting Wednesday at Quinn Redlin Kinter Memorial… Continue reading

Putting on final touches at Pumpkin Party in Carlsborg

Ava Mae Schoessler, 4, of Sequim gets a unicorn painted on her cheek by Sarah Burgess of Agnew during Saturday’s Pumpkin Party at… Continue reading

Seals chill in Port Angeles Harbor

Dozens of harbor seals congregate on a log boom at the west end of Port Angeles Harbor on Thursday. The seals were… Continue reading

Burning candle probable cause of blaze near Front Street in Port Angeles

A burning candle left unattended likely was the cause of a fire that extensively damaged a recreational vehicle. The fire, which broke… Continue reading

Peninsula’s fall colors on display over Elwha River

A logging truck makes its way over the state Highway 112 bridge over the Elwha River west of Port Angeles on Tuesday as autumn’s colors… Continue reading

RV fire knocked down in Port Angeles

None injured; other structures spared damage

Grand kick-off for Field Hall construction at Port Angeles waterfront

Organizers report construction permits received; work could start this week

Crescent court crowned at homecoming football game

Crescent High School seniors Eric Emery and Taneisha Kazlauskas reign as the school’s homecoming king and queen after being crowned Saturday. The pair were introduced… Continue reading

Authorities: North Olympic Peninsula not ready for ‘The Big One’

What will you do when the ground starts shaking? And what comes next? Washington residents were asked to consider a course of… Continue reading

Finest fall foliage at Boat Haven

A maple tree along the Waterfront Trail near Port Angeles Boat Haven puts on a display of vivid red as autumn gets… Continue reading

Seasons changing on the North Olympic Peninsula

Diana Erickson and her husband, Lee Strucker, both of Port Angeles, take a fall walk along the Morse Creek trestle of Olympic… Continue reading

PHOTO: Walls come down in Port Angeles hotel demolition

A demolition excavator prepares to tear into the last remaining walls of the former Downtown Hotel at Front and Laurel streets in Port Angeles on… Continue reading

PHOTOS: Apples, apples everywhere at annual Sequim event

Debbie Leach of Sequim puts freshly picked apples into a pulper to make apple cider during the seventh annual Applestock at the orchards… Continue reading