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Annual Esprit conference begins Sunday in Port Angeles

The 30th Esprit conference begins Sunday and runs through May 19. It will feature an inaugural pickleball tournament celebrating the longstanding relationship… Continue reading

Two charged in Peninsula trailhead vehicle burglaries

An Aberdeen couple has been charged with multiple counts of identify theft and possession of stolen property for allegedly breaking into vehicles… Continue reading

Olympic Mountain snowpack melting fast

Water supply forecast calls for dry summer, but not as severe as 2015

Esprit to host community pickleball games

Tournament part of annual Port Angeles gathering entering 30th year

Port Ludlow motorcyclist killed on Highway 104

A Port Ludlow man was killed when the motorcycle he was riding struck a car that had failed to yield on state Highway… Continue reading

Port Angeles officials tell of plans for Lauridsen Boulevard

City officials have unveiled plans for a new look for Lauridsen Boulevard, which will be repaved and upgraded with safety features this… Continue reading

Real life in cartoons: Writer in Residence tells of his work

Joe Sacco shared his hard-hitting comic reporting with a Port Angeles audience Wednesday, saying the artistic format is “one way of expressing… Continue reading

Carrizosa promoted to Port Angeles finance director

Sarina Carrizosa, who became Port Angeles interim finance director last November, has had the interim label removed from her job title. Carrizosa,… Continue reading

Jury deadlocks on prison assault case

A Clallam County jury could not reach a verdict on a felony assault case stemming from an alleged attack in the Clallam… Continue reading

PA man accused of jump from police vehicle held on $10,000 bail

Justin Cox set to re-appear in court today

Port Angeles man sentenced for hotel robberies

A Port Angeles man has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for a pair of hotel robberies in Port… Continue reading

Port Angeles Coast Guard crew rescues stranded boaters from B.C. beach

Operation coordinated with Royal Canadian Command Centre

Fight prompts Clallam Bay prison restrictions

Clallam Bay Corrections Center has gone into “restricted movement” after a physical altercation involving about 20 inmates, a state Department of Corrections… Continue reading

Report: Darrow psychotic when he shot his father but he is competent to stand trial

Shay C. Darrow was acutely psychotic when he allegedly shot and killed his father more than two years ago, a state forensic… Continue reading

Section of East Lauridsen improvements in works

A busy section of East Lauridsen Boulevard will be repaved this summer — and turn lanes will be added — as part… Continue reading

Port Angeles plans to improve west-side pump station

The city has hired a consultant to improve a 50-year-old wastewater pump station that serves the west side of Port Angeles. The… Continue reading

Inmate charged with attack on Clallam Bay prison officer judged incompetent to stand trial

Abdinjib Ibraham, the prison inmate who allegedly tried to kill a Clallam Bay Corrections Center deputy in 2016, is not competent to… Continue reading

Jobless rate sinks slightly on Peninsula

Unemployment was down by more than 1.1 percentage points in Clallam County and 0.3 percent points in Jefferson County last month, state officials said. Clallam… Continue reading