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Port Townsend: Idaho authorities charge South Carolina man in connection with highway beating

PORT TOWNSEND -- A South Carolina man has been charged with seven felonies in the robbery of a Port Townsend woman who was stabbed, beaten… Continue reading

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Port Townsend: Steilacoom defeats Redskins, who advance to state tourney

TACOMA -- Steilacoom beat Port Townsend for the district championship when star 6-foot-6 wing Kendrick Holley went crazy with 41 points. The 20-2 Sentinels, ranked… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Gateway hearing today

The final design workshops to get public feedback on the $4.5 million Gateway Transportation Center project are scheduled today from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Local celebrities to serve spaghetti

Business and civic leaders tie on aprons and dish out spaghetti tonight (Friday) to raise money for the Port Angeles Food Bank. The seventh annual… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Property review commissioned

Port of Port Townsend commissioners Wednesday selected engineering and planning firm Reid Middleton to conduct a comprehensive scheme update later this year. The Everett firm… Continue reading

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Neah Bay: Makah lose bid for $1.2 million research boat

The Makah tribe has been denied a federal request for a $1.2 million boat that would be used for whaling research and fisheries enforcement. Tribal… Continue reading

Sequim: Brinnon woman found dead in whirlpool bath

A 41-year-old Brinnon woman drowned in a whirlpool bath at a Sequim motel early Tuesday morning. Police Chief Byron C. Nelson on Wednesday identified the… Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Body found in wooded ravine in Forks

The body of a man was found in an isolated wooded ravine off West Division Street in Forks around 5 p.m. Monday night. The unidentified… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Final meeting on school budget-cut suggestions tonight

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles School District holds its third and final public meeting tonight on its budget crisis. The meeting begins at 7… Continue reading

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Joyce: 2-car wreck knocks out power to 500

One person was slightly injured and about 500 Joyce residents lost power for an hour Sunday morning following a two-vehicle collision on state Highway 112… Continue reading

Jefferson: Port Townsend edges Chimacum, will play for district championship

TACOMA -- It was a neck-and-neck snoozer as the Port Townsend boys basketball team edged Chimacum 38-35 in a slow West Central District 2A Tournament… Continue reading

JEFFERSON: SAILBOAT TOWED TO PORT TOWNSENDPENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND -- A disabled sailboat with a broken rudder was towed safely to a Port Townsend marina Saturday evening, the U.S. Coast Guard reported.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Jumper talked down

PORT ANGELES -- Police talked a man out of jumping from the western Eighth Street bridge early Thursday morning. Officers responded around 9:40 p.m. Wednesday… Continue reading

Port Angeles: New trial date for accused deputy killer

A Sept. 3 trial has been scheduled for the man accused of killing a Clallam County deputy sheriff in August 2000. An Island County jury… Continue reading

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Port Angeles: K Ply mill back to full capacity, staffing

K Ply Inc. officials said Wednesday all of the Port Angeles plywood mill's workers laid off in November have returned to work. K Ply President… Continue reading

North Peninsula, state jobless rates soar

Washington's unemployment rate has jumped to 8.2 percent, far worse than the national average as the state struggles to jump-start its flagging economy. Figures released… Continue reading