PHOTOS: Port Angeles Fire Department stays prepared

Port Angeles Fire Department Capt. Terry Reid, left, watches as firefighter Michael Stroobant, center,practices lock breaking with fellow firefighter Dayvid Rypinski standing by during a… Continue reading

Hometown exhibit: Lockwood Dennis at museum

Rachel Ganapoler of Port Townsend views Lockwood Dennis prints Wednesday at the Jefferson Museum of Art and History. Dennis, primarily known as… Continue reading

PHOTO: Digging in at Port Townsend project site

Construction at the corner of Jefferson Street and East Sims Way in Port Townsend for a new visitor center is seen Tuesday. Work is expected… Continue reading

Captain Joseph House fundraiser Saturday

A few tickets are still available for the Captain Joseph House Foundation’s 7th annual Dinner and Live Auction, which is planned at… Continue reading

Expanded Music on the Strait festival starts this weekend

One day a pair of longtime friends — internationally known musicians from Port Angeles and Sequim — dreamed up a Labor Day… Continue reading

Fir Street rehab in full swing for school start in September

Superintendent seeks transportation plan by end of August

Jefferson PUD removes $100 meter fee

Jefferson Public Utilities District commissioners have agreed to remove a $100 application fee for a meter included with older solar array systems.… Continue reading

OlyCAP Project moving forward with Jefferson Board of Commissioners

The Jefferson County commissioners have enacted an ordinance that will allow them to sell land directly to Olympic Community Action Programs for… Continue reading

One-act playwriting competition deadline is Sept. 3

The one-act play competition for the 24th annual Port Townsend PlayFest, the Festival of New Plays in March, is nearing its submission… Continue reading

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                                Several people from Sequim and Port Angeles work together to learn a new game at Opttacon 2019 at the Guy Cole Event Center.

Opttacon 2019 brings new games, gamers to Sequim

Smaller-than-expected crowd still had high spirits

<strong>Conor Dowley</strong>/Olympic Peninsula News Group
                                Several people from Sequim and Port Angeles work together to learn a new game at Opttacon 2019 at the Guy Cole Event Center.

Protesters: Herbicide spray landed on people, vehicles

Pope rep says helicopter did not stray from permitted path

Brush fire fought near Quilcene

Fire crews contained a slow-moving 2,800 square foot brush fire that ignited near milepost 299 on U.S. Highway 101 Tuesday afternoon. Crews from… Continue reading

Congressman Derek Kilmer

Kilmer schedules town hall meeting in Forks

Rep. Derek Kilmer plans town hall meetings including one in Forks, as well as a telephone town hall, in the coming weeks. Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor,… Continue reading

Congressman Derek Kilmer

Port Townsend-born guitarist to represent ‘cornerstone of American music’

For his first live performance in his hometown in two decades, guitarist Miles Okazaki will offer a night of the music he… Continue reading

Great Strait Sale flyer sets ad deadline

The Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway Association has announced a Sept. 1 deadline for ad space in the Great Strait Sale flyer. Ads may be… Continue reading

Quilcene School Board to discuss policies tonight

The Quilcene School Board will discuss a variety of policies when it meets at 6 tonight. The board will meet at 294715 U.S.… Continue reading

Clallam Fire Rescue 2 earns rope certification

Clallam 2 Fire Rescue has announced that 13 member have successfully completed rope rescue certification through the National Fire Protection Association. Firefighter/EMTs… Continue reading