Paige Dickerson

Port Angeles PE teacher gets a hairy SuperSurprise

PORT ANGELES - A supposed TV news interview kept Hamilton Elementary School's nationally noted physical education teacher from sleeping well for two weeks. "I just… Continue reading

Big bucks for Olympic National Park?

Longer hours at visitor centers, more staffers and training for volunteers could be in the works for Olympic National Park if a proposed $12.61 million… Continue reading

Port Angeles school tax levy leading

PORT ANGELES - A Port Angeles School District replacement levy was rolling toward victory Tuesday night with 65.70 percent of the ballots received so far… Continue reading

Parents, their infant await call for liver transplant

PORT ANGELES - A hospital room is already a familiar place for 6-month-old Maxxon. His parents, Mandi and Mike Ray, and friends of the family… Continue reading

Foundation donation pushes United Way over $1 million goal

PORT ANGELES -United Way of Clallam County exceeded its fundraising goal of $1 million thanks to a donation from the Albert Haller Foundation. The $143,000… Continue reading

Power back on in Sequim, Joyce

Falling trees knocked out power to about 15,000 customers in the Sequim area, and about 200 in Joyce, for several hours on Sunday. The Sequim… Continue reading

Future of skills center among Clallam’s school districts discussed

PORT ANGELES - Renewal of a contract among school districts participating in the Peninsula Skills Center was discussed Monday. About 30 people, including representatives from… Continue reading

Red Cross looking for a new home

PORT ANGELES - When a fire or some other emergency leaves people homeless, it's often the Red Cross that offers them a haven until they… Continue reading

Newly elected Clallam officials go west — to the West End

Three newly elected Clallam County officials discussed what to do with junked cars, how to register to vote and the rebuilding of a Clallam Bay… Continue reading

Insult stirs Forks to pursue downtown revitalization

FORKS - A book titled The Absolutely Worst Places to Live in America, which gave Forks a dishonorable mention, spurred the business and government community… Continue reading

Forks moving toward building senior center this year

FORKS - A new senior center is slated to begin construction in March, Mayor Nedra Reed says. The building, which will also house community functions… Continue reading

Lottery aide details process, revenue streams for Rotary Club

PORT ANGELES - The lottery changed its name to Washington's Lottery years ago to convey the people's "ownership" of the dollars. And Jacque Coe, communications… Continue reading