Paige Dickerson

Inaugural gem, jewelry show debuts March 26-27 in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Cindy Kochanek wants to rock Port Angeles. In about two weeks, the city will play host to a Rock, Gem and Jewelry… Continue reading

Nippon mill in Port Angeles might boost production because of Japan disaster

PORT ANGELES — With four of its Japanese mills closed indefinitely, Nippon Paper Group could be calling on its Port Angeles mill to take up… Continue reading

Bio-buggy to climb rocks, smell of french fries

PORT ANGELES — When completed, Waylon Elsbree's tube-frame rock crawler will climb impossibly steep rocks and be followed by the scent of french fries. Elsbree,… Continue reading

Agnew-area man, 78, likely died of hypothermia, Seattle forensic pathologist says

PORT ANGELES — A forensic pathologist in Seattle who performed an external autopsy on Robert “Bob” Goss, a 78-year-old man who was found dead March… Continue reading

Port Angeles School Board to discuss action plan Monday

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles School Board is developing the first steps toward the goals laid out for it by 88 district and community… Continue reading

Kenmore survey asks about needs of Port Angeles business commuters

PORT ANGELES — A survey aimed at businesses of Clallam County asks whether more organizations would use Kenmore Air if any changes to rates, schedule… Continue reading

New educational nonprofit gives grants to Neah Bay, Chimacum

A total of $16,018 awarded to two North Olympic Peninsula schools kicked off the first round of grants given by a new educational nonprofit. The… Continue reading

‘Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom’ comes to Peninsula College stage

PORT ANGELES — Video game monsters and suburban dissonance will invade the stage at Peninsula College tonight through Saturday. Jennifer Haley’s “Neighborhood 3: Requisition of… Continue reading

Nurse killed in crash an ‘eternal optimist’ who loved North Olympic Peninsula

JOYCE — Ellen DeBondt frequently voiced how lucky she felt for her life and the paradise of the North Olympic Peninsula. “She loved her life,… Continue reading

Adventurer shares plans with Port Angeles chamber audience

PORT ANGELES — A new trek called for a new boat for Chris Duff. Duff, 53, who will row a more than 500-mile journey from… Continue reading

‘Insight and wisdom and passion’: Retiring Sekiu airport overseer honored

PORT ANGELES — Longtime employee and airport supporter Arlen Olson was honored Monday as he retired as the airport overseer in Sekiu. The Port of… Continue reading

Stevens Middle School principal is best in state; students cheer him at campus in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — At a secret assembly where 600 students at Stevens Middle School managed to sneak into the gymnasium and stay quiet for a… Continue reading

Economic and weather rebounds help home show in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — As people flooded into the Port Angeles High School gymnasium for the 29th annual KONP Home Show, vendors chatted with visitors, handing… Continue reading

All about homes at two-day KONP Home Show in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — More than 120 vendors will pack into the Port Angeles High School gymnasium for the 29th annual KONP Home Show on Saturday… Continue reading

Grant helps renovate outdoor classroom at Hamilton Elementary School

PORT ANGELES — A renovated open-air classroom tucked in the trees in the northeast corner of Hamilton Elementary School's campus will be formally unveiled Monday.… Continue reading

Foundation awards $12,500 for Port Angeles educational projects

PORT ANGELES — A dozen school projects received $12,500 in awards from the Port Angeles Education Foundation's School and Teacher Grants program. They range from… Continue reading

Port Angeles man dies at Morse Creek S-curve in wreck during snowstorm

PORT ANGELES — A two-car, head-on collision killed an 83-year-old man on the curve at Morse Creek on U.S. Highway 101 during a snowstorm Wednesday.… Continue reading

Quileute Tribal Council urges action on land acquisition, cell phone service

LAPUSH — The Quileute Tribal Council told Sen. Maria Cantwell about their need to move their Pacific Coast community to higher ground while visiting Washington,… Continue reading

Teacher learns, then teaches biotech to Port Angeles High School students

PORT ANGELES — The Teacher in the Lab program allows Port Angeles High School biology teacher Jennifer Duncan-Taylor the chance to explore the secret lives… Continue reading

Volunteer earns a top Salvation Army award in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Richard Sargent has participated in Salvation Army work since he was a young man fighting in World War II. Last week, that… Continue reading