Sequim: Doctors to get financial boost from Olympic Medical Center

SEQUIM -- Olympic Medical Center will provide financial assistance to two doctors in Virginia Mason's soon-to-close Sequim clinic in an effort to get them to… Continue reading

Narcotics agents raid homes near Port Angeles, Joyce

PORT ANGELES -- Officials have finished cleaning up two apparent methamphetamine production labs between Port Angeles and Joyce, including a "super lab" they say produced… Continue reading

Peninsula: Rep. Dicks to hold community forums Saturday

Congressman Norm Dicks, will host town meetings Saturday in Port Angeles and Port Townsend. Dicks, D-Bremerton, is encouraging residents to attend the meetings to discuss… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Annexation recommendation could be months away

PORT ANGELES -- The City Council probably won't consider an annexation recommendation for a few more months, City Manager Michael Quinn told an audience at… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Architect ready to move ahead with Gateway project

PORT ANGELES -- The downtown Gateway transit center could become a reality as soon as June 2003. It all depends on when construction can start,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Visitor bureau meets, discusses past personnel issues

PORT ANGELES -- The new North Olympic Peninsula Visitor & Convention Bureau board has only met once and it's already facing a potential personnel dispute.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Two Jefferson Transit workers to drive buses for 2002 Winter Olympics

PORT TOWNSEND -- Two Jefferson Transit bus drivers who are used to long stops and sparse passengers will get a whole new experience driving buses… Continue reading

Quilcene: High school student leading levy effort

QUILCENE -- A 16-year-old student is spearheading the effort to get voter support for a two-year, $480,000 maintenance and operations levy. Registered voters in the… Continue reading

Jefferson: Officials say response plans exempt from public disclosure laws

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County has decided to use an untested law to keep secret emergency preparedness plans concerning terrorism. County Administrator Charles Saddler said… Continue reading

Jefferson: Public records, meetings laws discussed

PORT TOWNSEND -- About 70 elected and appointed public officials and government watchdogs attended a workshop Wednesday about state laws governing open public meetings and… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Input sought on Graves Creek Road reconstruction

Olympic National Park officials are hoping the public can help develop a plan to repair or relocate Graves Creek Road. The six-mile road, located in… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Gateway transit center, annexation hearings tonight

PORT ANGELES -- With a downtown conference center now moving toward reality, two other major city projects -- annexation and the Gateway transit center --… Continue reading

Sequim: Levy failure could reflect on town, officials say

SEQUIM -- For John Lebowitz, the double failure of the schools maintenance and operations levy last year raised a red flag about moving here with… Continue reading

West End: Makah request for $1.2 million boat angers anti-whaling groups

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It lists for $1.2 million, has an oceangoing range of 200 miles and comes equipped with twin 450-horsepower diesels, a global positioning… Continue reading

  • Jan 17, 2002

Port Angeles: City Council backs Oak Street conference center

PORT ANGELES -- Ehm Architecture's Oak Street conference center proposal was the unanimous choice of the Port Angeles City Council on Tuesday night. "I'm very… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Teen Scene skate park to open

PORT ANGELES -- The YMCA Teen Scene has a few rules for its indoor skate park -- no swearing, no vulgarity and wear a helmet.… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Chimney fire linked to soot buildup

PORT LUDLOW -- Firefighters extinguished a chimney fire Tuesday afternoon before it could severely damage a home on Belfrage Road. The fire broke out as… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City Council members unveil “wish lists”

PORT TOWNSEND -- Although the new City Council outlined its top priorities for the coming year during a retreat Saturday, many of the individual members'… Continue reading

Sequim: Dungeness River estuary project proposed

SEQUIM -- Clallam County officials are seeking a $1 million grant to fund a Dungeness River estuary project that includes acquiring private property west of… Continue reading

West End: Makah woman to head state tribal tourism program

NEAH BAY -- A Makah tribal member has been recruited to head up the first statewide effort to coordinate tourism among Washington's 29 tribes. Donna… Continue reading