Paige Dickerson

10th burglary reported in spate of Port Angeles business crimes

PORT ANGELES — A 10th burglary at the end of last week is considered to be linked to an earlier string of commercial crimes in… Continue reading

Detectives seek clues in Port Angeles high-speed chase

PORT ANGELES — Clues found in a 1992 Red Honda that was abandoned after a high-speed chase last week are being evaluated by detectives. Exactly… Continue reading

Hearing in vehicular homicide postponed in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — A motion hearing originally set Thursday for a Port Angeles woman charged with vehicular homicide and witness tampering has been rescheduled for… Continue reading

Port Angeles council discusses possible retail-needs study

PORT ANGELES — Why don’t more shoppers buy locally? And if they don’t shop in Port Angeles, where do they go? What kinds of businesses… Continue reading

Port Angeles council hears pitch from state on ‘master license’ for businesses

PORT ANGELES — City Council members heard a pitch from the state Department of Licensing on how the organization could handle the processing of business… Continue reading

Sequim man charged with assaulting two deputies pleads not guilty

SEQUIM — A Sequim man charged with assaulting two Clallam County deputies has pleaded not guilty to second-degree assault, third-degree assault and harassment. Ha-Qwenith Zachary… Continue reading

Jefferson Transit bus driver to compete in international roadeo

PORT TOWNSEND — Lloyd Eisenman feels sure this is his year. Eisenman, a bus driver for Jefferson Transit for the past 12 years, was chosen… Continue reading

Ground-breaking for new Angeles Composites building set for April 19

PORT ANGELES — The Port of Port Angeles will break ground on a new building in the industrial park next to William R. Fairchild International… Continue reading

Dumping illegally? You may be spotted on hidden camera

State Department of Natural Resources officials hope to use hidden camerals to catch people illegally dumping garbage and cars on state lands. Such illegal dumps… Continue reading

Port Angeles woman charged with vehicular homicide pleads not guilty to witness tampering

PORT ANGELES — A 24-year-old Port Angeles woman charged with vehicular homicide in a March 6 wreck that killed a home health nurse pleaded not… Continue reading

Port Angeles shows off its second story downtown

PORT ANGELES — When Catherine and Tom Harper moved in to the second story of the Pioneer Building, they had no running water. They had… Continue reading

Port Townsend welcomes Japanese while Port Angeles delegation cancels

While Port Townsend welcomes nine junior high students from its sister city, Ichikawa, in southern Japan this week, the planned visit of Mutsu City students… Continue reading

Youth Entrepreneur Challenge next week in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The business ideas from high school students range from restaurants and tanning salons to paintball and a business to make use of… Continue reading

Draft Port Angeles Shoreline Master Program plan includes new edicts

PORT ANGELES — Planning for restoration and creating more detailed descriptions for what is allowable on the Port Angeles shoreline have dominated the proposed changes… Continue reading

Legislation would give Quileutes higher ground

LAPUSH — Identical bills were filed Thursday in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that, if passed, will transfer 772 acres of Olympic National… Continue reading

Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction offers variety

FORKS — The Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction this weekend will have something to please everyone. From meat smokers to sports memorabilia to clothing and food,… Continue reading

Radiation fears fuel run on stores in search for iodine products; officials say fears groundless

North Olympic Peninsula residents worried about radiation from Japan have rushed health food stores and pharmacies seeking potassium iodide while pharmacists and store owners reassured… Continue reading

Odyssey Bookshop celebrates 40 years

PORT ANGELES — A celebratory day welcomed customers and friends through Odyssey Bookshop's doors for its 40th birthday. About 100 people stopped through the shop… Continue reading

Quake interrupts Sequim couple’s journey via Tokyo airport

SEQUIM — Angela and Jerry Busby had made their way across the Pacific Ocean to pick up their three newly adopted children from the Philippines… Continue reading

Former Port Angeles gymnast cartwheels for a cause

When Julie Shevlin was on the Port Angeles High School gymnastics team, she didn’t know that any of the skills she learned — namely a… Continue reading