Pierre LaBossiere

Water main break affects about 40 Port Angeles homes

A 20-inch water main broke late Saturday night, requiring a boil-water notice for about 40 homes in the Golf Course Road area… Continue reading

More than 2,000 receive COVID vaccinations at clinics

Clallam, Jefferson counties on hold as they await shipments

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Vaccination clinics on hold this week

February plans are for more shots given than ever

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Jensen Wolfe, left, and Michelle Turner lead the pack in the 2020 Elwha River Bridge Run. The 2021 race will have a number of COVID-19 precautions, including racers being encouraged to stay 6 feet apart.

ADVENTURE SPORTS: Elwha River Bridge run this year will make waves

Run the Peninsula is announcing that the Elwha River Bridge Run has received approvals from the state and the county and acquired… Continue reading

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Jensen Wolfe, left, and Michelle Turner lead the pack in the 2020 Elwha River Bridge Run. The 2021 race will have a number of COVID-19 precautions, including racers being encouraged to stay 6 feet apart.
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COLUMN: Optimism over the return of prep sports is served with a side of caution

It’s hard to believe, but we’re slowly creeping up on an entire year without prep or juco sports on the North Olympic Peninsula. By the… Continue reading

Pierre LaBossiere

Forks man accused of robbery, eluding

A 32-year-old Forks resident was booked into the Clallam County jail for investigation of first-degree robbery and other charges after he allegedly attempted… Continue reading

Port Angeles man jailed for investigation of drug sales

During the arrest of a 27-year-old Port Angeles man who allegedly escaped custody while on community custody supervision, law enforcement officers found… Continue reading

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Vaccination clinics to begin this week

First shots going to those 85 and older

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FISHING: Olympic National Park to shut down fishing on West End rivers

Olympic National Park will close the Queets River to recreational fishing on Feb. 1 due to conservation concerns over wild steelhead. Other… Continue reading

Pedestrian struck by SUV on U.S. Highway 101 upgraded to satisfactory condition

A pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle on U.S. Highway 101 east of Port Angeles last week has been upgraded to satisfactory condition at… Continue reading

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The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association executive board is expected to meet Wednesday to discuss steps of potentially returning to prep sports.

PREP SPORTS: Schools await WIAA decision

Meetings all week on possible return of prep sports

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association executive board is expected to meet Wednesday to discuss steps of potentially returning to prep sports.

WIAA board to discuss prep metrics

BRIEFS: Gonzaga remain No. 1 in Top 25 poll

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Kaitlyn Loghry of Forks looks at her son, Ethan Scott Loghry, at Olympic Medical Center. The baby is named for his father, Scott Loghry, and grandfather.

First baby of year born on Peninsula

A Forks family’s baby boy is apparently the first child born in a hospital in 2021 on the North Olympic Peninsula. Ethan… Continue reading

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Kaitlyn Loghry of Forks looks at her son, Ethan Scott Loghry, at Olympic Medical Center. The baby is named for his father, Scott Loghry, and grandfather.
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Sixteen new cases reported since Thursday night on Peninsula

Sixteen new COVID-19 cases have been reported on the North Olympic Peninsula since Thursday night as local health officials wait to see… Continue reading

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