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Protesters: Herbicide spray landed on people, vehicles

Pope rep says helicopter did not stray from permitted path

 

Port Townsend samples water in response to herbicide spraying

Public works director expects results this week

 

John Wayne Marina issue in voter forum

Port of Port Angeles candidates spar

 

Protesters push back on aerial spraying in Jefferson County

Activists say chemicals get into watershed; Pope Resources disagrees

Residents tell Jefferson commissioners to stop Pope’s herbicide spraying

About a dozen Jefferson County residents spoke out at the Jefferson commissioners meeting Monday against the aerial spraying of herbicides containing glyphosate… Continue reading

Police: Traffic stop leads to drugs, stolen gun

Sequim man arrested on investigation of charges

Bellingham woman identified after lake death

Amelia Bethke, 30, was identified Monday as the Bellingham woman who died Thursday after becoming unresponsive while swimming in Lake Crescent.… Continue reading

Port Angeles fixture closes: Cornerhouse feeds folks one last time

100 attend ‘Blast from the Past’ closing party for 33-year-old eatery

Task force wants to commit funds to OlyCAP project in Port Townsend

Affordable housing plan would include subsidized rent

Midway Metals owner promises fence

Surety bond, purchasing license discussed at Clallam examiner hearing

Joey Maillet, accused of driving heavy equipment into FREDS Guns in Sequim and stealing more than two dozen handguns, remained held in the Clallam County jail on a U.S. Marshal detainer after his state charges were dismissed Wednesday.

Accused gun thief pleads not guilty in federal court

Joey Maillet suspected in thefts from FREDS Guns and store in Bow

Joey Maillet, accused of driving heavy equipment into FREDS Guns in Sequim and stealing more than two dozen handguns, remained held in the Clallam County jail on a U.S. Marshal detainer after his state charges were dismissed Wednesday.
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Visitors to the Port Angeles Maritime Festival make their way around Port Angeles City Pier on Saturday to examine ships participating in the event, including the tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain, front.

Hawaiian Chieftain in dry dock for repairs

Tall ship’s hull in need of work

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Visitors to the Port Angeles Maritime Festival make their way around Port Angeles City Pier on Saturday to examine ships participating in the event, including the tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain, front.

Court delays trial of man accused in four Port Angeles deaths

Alleged quadruple murderer Matthew Timothy Wetherington’s September trial date has been stricken because more evidence is pending. Wetherington, 35, is charged with… Continue reading

Hospital district candidate hearing set for Sept. 5

A hearing to determine Anne Marie Henninger’s eligibility to run for Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner has been set for early September,… Continue reading

Jefferson County health department eyes ban on vaping in public places

Prohibition would align with state law on smoking

Port Angeles man badly hurt while logging

A Port Angeles man was in stable condition at Harborview Medical Center on Saturday after a log rolled onto him while he was… Continue reading

Rape victim’s mother addresses offender

Hoh tribal officer to be sentenced in October

The Maiden offers education and support for women

Hundreds turn out to greet crew in Port Townsend