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Person of interest arrested following discovery of four dead in Port Angeles fire

Matthew Timothy Wetherington jailed on investigation of murder, arson

Port Angeles City Council approves cost of living raise for employees

2.5 percent adjustment for management, other non-represented workers

State Supreme Court denies further review of former Sequim man’s appeal

Corean O. Barnes had challenged 2008 sex offense conviction

Fireworks, music, parades to mark Fourth of July in Clallam

A bevy of events are planned for the Fourth of July in Clallam County communities from Sequim to Neah Bay. In Forks,… Continue reading

Maintenance shop destroyed in windstorm could be replaced

Council to consider purchase deal, donation offer with Platypus Marine

Port Angeles murals get a facelift

Three iconic murals will continue to tell the story of Port Angeles for decades to come thanks to a restoration project taking… Continue reading

Consumer fireworks go on sale in Clallam County

Banned in Port Angeles, Sequim

Olympia man sentenced for Sequim burglaries

An Olympia man has been sentenced to four years in prison for a pair of burglaries that occurred in the Sequim area… Continue reading

Peninsula employers added more jobs in May

Clallam, Jefferson jobless rates drop by nearly 1 percentage point

Port Angeles man charged with felony DUI

Police allege blood alcohol four times over legal limit

August trial set for Port Angeles man accused of assault with sledgehammer

Edward Paul Horner is being held in Clallam jail

Body confirmed to be that of missing fisherman

A body found floating in the Strait of Juan de Fuca east of Neah Bay on Monday has been confirmed to be that… Continue reading

Port Angeles man faces felony DUI charge

A Port Angeles man who had multiple DUI convictions was stopped by Good Samaritans last week before police determined that he was… Continue reading

Two hurt in motorcycle wreck near Brinnon

Two people were in serious condition in intensive care at a Seattle hospital Saturday after the motorcycle they were riding was struck by… Continue reading

Rusty City Pier railing to be replaced

City Pier is getting a new railing. The Port Angeles City Council voted 7-0 Tuesday to adopt a revised six-year capital facilities… Continue reading

Port Angeles hires director of city’s largest department

Port Angeles has a new public works and utilities director. Thomas Hunter, 31, former utility manager for the city of Port Orchard,… Continue reading

Bail set for Port Angeles man accused of sledgehammer assault

Bail was set at $25,000 Tuesday for a Port Angeles man accused of threatening two men with a sledgehammer. Edward Paul Horner,… Continue reading