Peter Segall

U.S. Coast Guard Cmdr. Brent Schmadeke, commanding officer of USCG Air Station Port Angeles, spoke to a meeting of the Port Angeles Noon Rotary on Wednesday about his command and what goes on out on Ediz Hook. (Peter Segall / Peninsula Daily News)

Aging assests and retention issues for Coast Guard

Systemwide issues felt locally, Air Station Port Angeles commander says

 

Official: Pool, golf course projects could complement each other

Input sessions in progress with next one Dec. 20

 

Repair shop to close Dec. 23

The Recyclery to focus on cycling programs

 

Jefferson County considers carbon leases

Junior taxing districts concerned about timber revene

Raccoon Lodge gets options for preservation

Artist has until Dec. 30 to decide piece’s future

Victim identified in Port Ludlow stabbing

Teen charged as adult with second-degree murder

Teen in custody after fatal stabbing in Port Ludlow

Deputies say 17-year-old suspect arrested without incident

Jefferson County considers timber changes

Board learning about carbon sequestration

Commissioners concerned about potential ARPA recipients

County has unspent relief money but questions remain on where to put it

Officials concerned over impacts from scheduled WSDOT projects

Bridge closures, limited traffic likely to affect residents, businesses

DNR ends net pen aquaculture in state-owned waters

Order disrupts planned Port Angeles fish farm

The late Kimberly Bender and her son, Matthew, shown in a 2018 family photo.

Forks settles for $1 million in jail suicide case

Woman killed self after alleged torment

The late Kimberly Bender and her son, Matthew, shown in a 2018 family photo.

Port Townsend approves proposed budget

Balance sheet focuses on stability

Raccoon Lodge must come into compliance, officials say

There are options, but art piece must be up to Port Townsend code

Tribes receive grant funding

Aid to help with climate change

About 75 people gathered in support of Kevin Mason’s “Raccoon Lodge” at noon Saturday. The Port Townsend carpenter and artist built the structure on Clay Street with a huge tree stump as its foundation. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)

PT community rallies behind ‘Raccoon Lodge’

Art piece a hazard, city says; many want it to stay

About 75 people gathered in support of Kevin Mason’s “Raccoon Lodge” at noon Saturday. The Port Townsend carpenter and artist built the structure on Clay Street with a huge tree stump as its foundation. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)

Public meeting set for carbon sequestration program

Jefferson County could be included in DNR program