Maritime Academy course allows students to gain professional credentials

High-schoolers get hands-on experience in Port Townsend


Operation Christmas Child accepting shoe box gift donations

Operation Christmas Child will accept donations beginning Monday in Clallam and Jefferson counties. Donations such as toys, school supplies, hygiene items and letters of encouragement… Continue reading


Field carrier landing practice operations scheduled this week

There will be field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex this week. There are no… Continue reading


Second season of Port Angeles ice rink promises more

Bigger sheet of ice, more lights and expanded skating season in store for Friday opening

Port Angeles City Council member Jim Moran dies

Vietnam War veteran praised for legacy of volunteerism

Deck the halls at the Christmas Cottage craft sale in Port Angeles

Lisa MacDonald of Port Angeles examines a decorative wreath, one of thousands of locally-made holiday items available at this weekend’s Christmas Cottage craft sale at… Continue reading

$1,850 donated to the Parent Teacher Organizations of the Port Angeles School District

The Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles presented checks totaling $1,850 to the Parent Teacher Organizations of the Port Angeles School District on Oct. 17 during… Continue reading

Clallam revising stormwater management plan

Dungeness River Management Team hears update

Community sculpts memories of artist, salmon advocate

Jay led effort to restore chum in Chimacum Creek

Fir Street completion major part of proposed Sequim budget

Council to consider $37.7M budget end of month

First Federal grants support Peninsula nonprofits

Tiny homes, maritime training among beneficiaries

Free legal aid clinic scheduled Nov. 23 in Port Townsend

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers will conduct a legal aid clinic from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23. The free clinic… Continue reading

Hospital commission passes budget

Jefferson Healthcare hospital commissioners approved a 2020 operating and capital budget with expected revenues and expenditures of more than $100 million. The… Continue reading

Peninsula Reciprocity Luncheon hosted in Sequim

Members of chapter HM of the Philanthropic Education Organization hosted a Peninsula Reciprocity Luncheon on Oct. 19 in Sequim. Chapters from across the Peninsula enjoyed… Continue reading

Peninsula residents make university dean’s list

Several Olympic Peninsula natives have been named to the University of Washington’s spring 2019 dean’s list. To qualify, a student must have completed… Continue reading

Webinars to focus on opponent of state’s plan for old Rayonier site

A technical adviser to Olympic Environmental Council, who is advocating complete removal of contaminated materials from the former Rayonier mill site, will… Continue reading