Stuart Elliott

Sequim: Emotions range from sorrow to anger during vigil

SEQUIM -- An estimated 1,500 residents gathered Friday at the Sequim High School stadium to pray for those killed in terrorist attacks in New York… Continue reading

Complete schedule of Peninsula services and activities in honor of terrorist victims

Nearly 20 churches in Port Angeles will come together Saturday evening to honor and pray for the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York… Continue reading

Sequim: Prayer vigils planned for today, Friday

SEQUIM -- A local church will offer daylong vigils today and Friday for residents praying for the victims of the terrorist attacks Tuesday in New… Continue reading

Wooden Boat Festival heading toward attendance record

PORT TOWNSEND --The turnout of about 20,000 people Friday and Saturday to the Wooden Boat Festival exceeded Wooden Boat Festival organizers' expectations. "We had an… Continue reading

LaPush: Two more bodies found from capsized boat

LAPUSH -- Two more family members from Eastern Washington missing since a boating accident last week have been pulled from the ocean about 10 miles… Continue reading

Sekiu: Body found is that of missing fisherman

SEKIU -- Coast Guard officials Tuesday confirmed that the body of a man found adrift in the Strait of Juan de Fuca is an Eastern… Continue reading

It’s not cheap getting children ready for school

Heading back to school can be an exciting time for children, but it can be costly for parents. Peninsula parents say they'll spend up to… Continue reading

Search ends for missing fishermen, now presumed dead

LAPUSH -- The search for four missing Eastern Washington men has ended along with hopes that they could still be alive. The Rev. Tom Starr,… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Fire station renovations nearly finished

CARLSBORG -- Renovations on the Fire District No. 3 station are nearing completion. The renovated station, set to open Sept. 10, will house three full-time… Continue reading

Sequim: “Take a Picture Day” planned

SEQUIM -- Just point and click. That's what the Sequim Museum and Arts Center is asking everyone with a camera to do as part of… Continue reading

Sequim: Fire district develops burn permit program

SEQUIM -- Clallam County Fire District No. 3 has instituted a new permit process for residential outdoor burning. Residents burning debris are now required to… Continue reading

Sequim: Council approves new taxi rules

SEQUIM -- The City Council approved an ordinance Monday imposing stricter cab safety regulations and background checks for taxi drivers. Under the new regulations, taxi… Continue reading

Sequim: Teacher appointed to Planning Commission

SEQUIM -- The City Council appointed teacher John Bridge of Sequim to the Planning Commission on Monday. Bridge, a 57-year-old fourth-grade teacher at Helen Haller… Continue reading

Sequim: Developer eyes shopping center for 42-acre parcel

SEQUIM -- The prospective owner of a 42-acre parcel of land on the northwest corner of Washington Street and Priest Road in Sequim is looking… Continue reading

Sequim: Fund-raiser for Open Aire Market on Saturday

SEQUIM -- The Sequim Open Aire Market will hold a live and silent auction Saturday as part of its fifth-annual fund-raiser. Guided fishing and hiking… Continue reading

Sequim: Cafe owner recovering from attack in South Africa

SEQUIM -- A Sequim cafe owner who has traveled the world for nearly four decades to follow total eclipses of the sun is recovering from… Continue reading

Jefferson: Jurors to be seated in murder trial

Eighty Jefferson County residents who received summons last week will file into the Jefferson County Courthouse on Monday as jury selection begins in the murder… Continue reading

Peninsula: Suicide pact was planned for months

When Jimmie Shreve became the caregiver for Elizabeth MacNeille last August, they had an reached an understanding -- they would both kill themselves together. They… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Drainage district fees set for neighborhood

PORT LUDLOW -- North Bay neighborhood property owners will be assessed to help fund a new drainage district. Jefferson County commissioners approved an ordinance Wednesday… Continue reading

Peninsula: Woman dies in failed double-suicide pact

PORT TOWNSEND -- A 54-year-old disabled woman was shot to death by her live-in caregiver in an apparent failed double-suicide pact. Elizabeth MacNeille of Hancock… Continue reading