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Mother and daughter Janet and Jessica Ouellet competed in the Run the Peninsula's virtual 10K Railroad Run together in Seabeck, Wash.

Run the Peninsula concludes unusual year

Competitors from 50 states ran virtually

 

APPLE CUP: Huskies, Cougars remain hopeful for rescheduled game

The Apple Cup between Washington and Washington State scheduled for Friday was canceled Sunday due to… Continue reading

 

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Sequim moves to all-virtual classes

Port Angeles schools may follow based on infection rate

 

Man in Carlsborg collision earlier this month dies

A driver who was in a three-car wreck on U.S. Highway 101 in Carlsborg earlier this month has died, the State Patrol reported.… Continue reading

Port Angeles School District may return to virtual learning

Superintendent targets COVID-19 infection rate of 200 per 100,000

The Gravel Unravel is now a three-race series through the Hoh Rainforest, the Sol Duc Valley and the mountains above Quilcene in May and June. (Peninsula Adventure Sports)

Gravel Unravel expands to three-race series

Peninsula Adventure Sports’ Gravel Unravel is now a three-race gravel series all over the rugged mountains and lush forests of the North… Continue reading

The Gravel Unravel is now a three-race series through the Hoh Rainforest, the Sol Duc Valley and the mountains above Quilcene in May and June. (Peninsula Adventure Sports)

Peninsula COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise

Clallam adds 58 since last Thursday; Jefferson health officer to address contingencies

Port Angeles man in serious condition after car flies into 101, crashes into wall

An 84-year-old Port Angeles man was in serious condition at Olympic Medical Center on Saturday after his vehicle went airborne over an… Continue reading

From left, Cedric Wesley Keneipp and Mallory Hood, both of Bellingham, sail in Bellingham Bay. They are part of Barely Legal Racing, a team of 19- to 22-year-olds that plan to compete in the Race to Alaska in 2021.

SAILING: Bellingham teens plan to join Race to Alaska

There’s going to be two young teams racing up the inside passage to Ketchikan, Alaska, hopefully on June 7. Bellingham’s Cedric Wesley… Continue reading

From left, Cedric Wesley Keneipp and Mallory Hood, both of Bellingham, sail in Bellingham Bay. They are part of Barely Legal Racing, a team of 19- to 22-year-olds that plan to compete in the Race to Alaska in 2021.

Driver leaves scene after collision with pole knocks out power

An alleged hit-and-run collision with a utility pole knocked out power to a neighborhood west of Sequim for about six hours into Monday… Continue reading

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Michael Poindexter was rehired as the Port Angeles girls basketball coach. Poindexter was forced to resign his position when he retired as a teacher in June and had to reapply for the open position. Poindexter has a record of 158-70 for the Roughriders with six league championships and two district championships.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Michael Poindexter back leading Port Angeles basketball girls

Michael Poindexter isn’t prone to picking up technicals, but during this past year, he had to wrangel though a lot of technicalities.… Continue reading

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Michael Poindexter was rehired as the Port Angeles girls basketball coach. Poindexter was forced to resign his position when he retired as a teacher in June and had to reapply for the open position. Poindexter has a record of 158-70 for the Roughriders with six league championships and two district championships.
Cedars at Dungeness hosted its 50th annual Olympic Peninsula Pro-Am/Pro-Pro tournament.

GOLF: Cedars at Dungeness hosts 50th annual pro-am, pro-pro

About 140 golfers participated in this year’s Cedars at Dungeness Pro-Am/Pro-Pro Golf Tournament for the event’s 50th anniversary last weekend. It was a… Continue reading

Cedars at Dungeness hosted its 50th annual Olympic Peninsula Pro-Am/Pro-Pro tournament.

Hot ashes blamed for garage fire in Port Townsend

East Jefferson Fire Rescue quickly knocked down a garage fire at a residence on Beech Street near M Street in Port Townsend.… Continue reading

Power cut to smoking motor on Hamilton Elementary School roof

A smoking motor on the roof of Hamilton Elementary School prompted Port Angeles firefighters to respond, but there were no flames, and… Continue reading

Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff (16) throws against the Chicago Bears during the first half of an NFL football game Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)

SEAHAWKS: Goff next for Seattle’s struggling pass defense

The chance to play against the NFL’s worst pass defense should be a golden opportunity for Jared Goff and Sean McVay to… Continue reading

Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff (16) throws against the Chicago Bears during the first half of an NFL football game Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)

Wind gusts cause Peninsula power outages

High winds Friday caused three major power outages in Clallam and Jefferson counties, briefly leaving 1,570 customers without electricity. Outages were reported in the Forks,… Continue reading

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Dr. Allison Berry Unthank, Clallam County public health officer, speaks during Friday's COVID-19 briefing at the county courthouse in Port Angeles.
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Dr. Allison Berry Unthank, Clallam County public health officer, speaks during Friday's COVID-19 briefing at the county courthouse in Port Angeles.

Port Angeles police determine threatening call to school a hoax

Law enforcement officers responded to several North Olympic Peninsula schools Monday morning following a phone call from a person who claimed armed… Continue reading