Duck Derby tickets to go on sale Friday

Tickets will go on sale Friday for the 30th annual Duck Derby. The Duck Derby is planned May 19 at Lincoln Park… Continue reading

 

Peninsula College faculty protest part of larger walkout

The Peninsula College protest at the Conrad Dyar Fountain in Port Angeles on Tuesday was part of a larger action by faculty and… Continue reading

 

Broadband speed action taken by PUD for Marrowstone Island

Marrowstone Island residents are another step closer to high-speed broadband internet service, according to a letter of intent with CenturyLink approved by… Continue reading

 

Malnourished gray whale found dead in Seattle’s Elliott Bay

Whale researchers said a dead gray whale whose carcass was found floating in Seattle’s Elliott Bay on Sunday had likely died some time… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2019

Olympic Medical Center breaks ground on cancer center expansion

The ground is officially broken and much of the concrete and rebar is in place, but officials said the foundation for the major… Continue reading

Port Angeles to seek funding for code officers

A divided Port Angeles City Council has eschewed a proposed ballot measure that would have funded two part-time code enforcement officers. The… Continue reading

Port Townsend class connects at-risk youth with real-world skills

Northwest Martime Center, court system partner for program

Return of the River to be screened in Chimacum

The award-winning documentary “Return of the River,” which documents the removal of two dams and the restoration of the Elwha River, will be… Continue reading

Salish Coast Elementary School to host Parent Information Night on Monday

There will be a Kindergarten Parent Information Night from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday. The program will be held at the… Continue reading

Sam Phillips to retire as Clallam Fire District No. 2 chief

Deputy Fire Chief Jake Patterson to take over after June 30 exit

Two Peninsula commercial shellfish harvest areas said to be threatened by pollution

The state Department of Health considers two beaches with commercial shellfish harvest areas on the North Olympic Peninsula “threatened.” The state has released… Continue reading

Volunteers needed to clean debris from beaches on Saturday

Volunteers have a wide variety of beaches to choose to clean up during the annual Washington Coast Cleanup on Saturday. Only Freshwater Bay, Shi Shi… Continue reading

Port Angeles School District chief suggests use for Lincoln Center space

‘Partners in Education’ program part of larger facilities plan

‘Thing’ arts festival coming to Fort Worden this summer

State funds no longer pay for maintenance, repair

PHOTO: Wooden Boat Festival poster signing set in Port Townsend

Anna Waters, manager of the Chandlery at the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend, checks out the new collector’s poster for the 43rd Wooden Boat… Continue reading

Easter egg hunts set on Peninsula

Easter egg hunts are planned this weekend across the North Olympic Peninsula both Saturday and Easter Sunday. Here are the scheduled hunts: PORT ANGELES KONP… Continue reading

Beach Clean Up, BioBlitz combine at Port Townsend

The Port Townsend Marine Science Center will stage a citizen science BioBlitz and serve as a launching point for an annual cleanup… Continue reading

Chamber of Jefferson County to host meet-up for new residents

The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce will host a meet-up for new residents this month. The free hour-long event will start at… Continue reading