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Port Angeles: 9/11 memorial set for Saturday

PORT ANGELES -- A 9/11 observance and public safety tribute will be held at the Francis Street Waterfront Park and Public Safety Monument at noon… Continue reading

SHINE: Hood Canal Bridge to get new cable next week

Replacement of a broken steel cable that helps hold the Hood Canal Bridge in place is scheduled to begin Thursday. State Department of Transportation Olympic… Continue reading

Clallam: Tsunami workshops begin today

Beginning today, Clallam County, state and federal officials present a series of free workshops this week about what to do in the event of a… Continue reading

Jefferson: Humpback whales spotted off Port Townsend

With tails the size of your living room slapping the water as they dived, a pair of humpback whales visited the Strait of Juan de… Continue reading

Clallam: Watershed plan available for review

Clallam County commissioners will conduct a public hearing on the Elwha-Dungeness Watershed Plan at 10 a.m. Sept. 21 at the county courthouse, 223 E. Fourth… Continue reading

Peninsula: Labor Day holiday openings listed

Today's holiday celebrating Labor Day will provide a three-day weekend for many North Olympic Peninsula workers. All Washington state, Clallam and Jefferson county offices and… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Upcoming Wooden Boat Festival to be “hot” with Wi-Fi service

PORT TOWNSEND -- You won't need to find an Internet cafe if you attend this coming weekend's Wooden Boat Festival. The entire festival venue will… Continue reading

Clallam: Primary ballot returns lag

Clallam County's auditor called the primary vote returns so far "a bit disappointing." The new Montana-style primary, which has caused voter confusion, is believed to… Continue reading

Jefferson: Ballot returns slower, too

About 21 percent of 12,616 absentee ballots mailed in the Sept. 14 primary election have been returned to the Jefferson County Auditor's Office. That's about… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Human remains found on Glen Cove beach may be Native American, Sheriff’s Office says

PORT TOWNSEND -- Hannah Von Lossow, 14, a Seattle resident who frequently visits the Port Townsend area, was throwing rocks on a private beach near… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Kalakala owner gets 15 more days

The state Department of Natural Resources has extended Kalakala owner Steve Rodrigues' deadline to Sept. 15 to remove the aging former ferry from Neah Bay,… Continue reading

Port Townsend: More Homeland Security money goes to firefighters for equipment, training

Money from the federal Department of Homeland Security continues to pour into Jefferson County firefighting agencies in the form of grants for equipment. The newest… Continue reading

Joyce: Crescent School Board approves contract for new superintendent

Longtime Crescent School Principal Doug Kubalek was officially named the district's new superintendent Tuesday night. The five-member Crescent School Board unanimously approved a two-year contract… Continue reading

Clallam tsunami workshop schedule

* Sept. 7 in Sequim, at John Wayne Marina, 2577 W. Sequim Bay Road, responders and officials meet at 2 p.m., followed by a 7… Continue reading

Port Angeles skateboard park a ‘go’

-- with $200,000 still to be raised PORT ANGELES -- Enough money has been raised to commit to building a skateboard park, organizers say. "I… Continue reading

WITH GRAPHIC, 30wireless.

State Ferries to offer free Wi-Fi service, thanks in large part to Port Townsend company PORT TOWNSEND -- After months of tests by Port Townsend-based… Continue reading

Natural part of Makah heritage — rain — makes cameo appearance at Makah Days

Makah Days are about tradition and heritage, and one of Neah Bay's natural wonders -- rain -- dampened the tribe's 80th celebration Saturday. But a… Continue reading

Brinnon: 12-year-old shot in head recovering, might be allowed to visit home

A 12-year-old girl, gravely injured when she was shot in the head at her home south of Brinnon on July 30, has recovered to the… Continue reading

Clallam: Burn ban reduced, but not eliminated despite recent damp weather

Clallam County has reduced its burning restrictions because of recent rains, but open burning and burning in barrels is still prohibited. With recent damp weather,… Continue reading

Clallam sheriff candidates debate tonight; TV taping open to the public

PORT ANGELES -- Candidates for Clallam County sheriff will square off in a campaign forum sponsored by the Peninsula Daily News and Peninsula News Network… Continue reading