Stuart Elliott

Sequim Rotary provides students with dictionaries

SEQUIM -- Fourth-grade students in both public and private schools have received new hard-bound dictionaries courtesy of a Rotary Club of Sequim program in its… Continue reading

Clallam: Government surplus sale Saturday

PORT ANGELES -- More than 500 items, including old police cars, fire trucks, computers and office supplies -- even Indian-head pennies -- will be auctioned… Continue reading

Sequim: Fatal fire blamed on oil furnace

SEQUIM -- An oil furnace apparently caused the fire that killed two elderly siblings earlier this week, Clallam County Fire District No. 3 investigators said… Continue reading

Peninsula: Trial delayed for figure in failed alleged double-suicide pact

The trial of a Port Townsend man charged with killing a disabled woman under his care as part of a double-suicide pact has been delayed.… Continue reading

Sequim: Grant applicants sought

SEQUIM -- The city of Sequim is seeking applicants for a state grant that could provide up to $750,000 for projects that benefit low- and… Continue reading

Sequim: Investigators continue to probe fatal fire

SEQUIM -- Fire investigators were still trying Tuesday to determine the cause of a fast-moving blaze that tore through the front of a Port Williams… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Let the games begin — it’s Kinetic Skulpture Race day!

For Daniel Smith of Port Townsend, a satellite dish, an inflated truck tire tube and a bicycle all covered in silver spray paint was his… Continue reading

Sequim: School Board likely to seek pared-down levy

SEQUIM -- School District officials are ready to ask voters again to pass a reduced maintenance and operations levy -- but for less money this… Continue reading

Sequim: 10 farms open to public for Harvest Celebration on Saturday

SEQUIM -- From petting zoos to pony rides, corn on the cob to blackberry cobbler, 10 farms in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley will open to visitors… Continue reading

Peninsula loves its firefighters

An outpouring of support for the firefighters of the North Olympic Peninsula has been shown in many ways since Sept. 11. Some people have sent… Continue reading

Sequim: Ex-council applicant recommended for Planning Commission post

SEQUIM -- City Council members charged with interviewing candidates for a vacancy on the Planning Commission have recommended a one-time council applicant who serves on… Continue reading

Peninsula: Sequim, PT to be site of veterans fairs

The state Department of Veterans Affairs will hold two information and assistance fairs in Sequim and Port Townsend during the next month and a half… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Resort changing name to Ludlow Bay

PORT LUDLOW -- What's in a name? A lot, if you're talking about Port Ludlow Resort. It has a new name -- Resort at Ludlow… Continue reading

Sequim: Filing closes for School Board seat

SEQUIM -- Two candidates have filed to run for the Sequim School Board position recently vacated by Mic Sager. Suzi W. Schmidt, 59, of 80… Continue reading

Teen-agers learn film-making at festival

PORT TOWNSEND -- Two groups of Jefferson County teen-agers are learning movie-making as part of the Port Townsend Film Festival. They are taking part in… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Independent inquest considered in jail death

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Chris Shea said Thursday he will likely call for an independent investigation of the apparent suicide of a… Continue reading

Sequim: Two candidate file for School Board position

SEQUIM -- Two candidates have filed to run for the Sequim School Board position vacated by Mic Sager. Sharon Tate, of 262 Heuhslein Road, and… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Man accused of rape found dead in jail cell

PORT ANGELES -- A 19-year-old man apparently strangled himself Tuesday evening while a prisoner in the Clallam County jail. Miles Eli Schulmeister of West 10th… Continue reading

Peninsula: Plans calls for Visitor and Convention Bureau to be reorganized

A proposed reorganization of the North Olympic Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau. will shift its focus to promoting only Clallam County. In addition, an existing… Continue reading

Tourism falls on Peninsula since terrorist attacks

The number of visitors to the North Olympic Peninsula has dropped in the week since the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center and the… Continue reading