Clallam: County law enforcement officers consider similar door-to-door effort

Clallam County Sheriff's Department officials say they are looking into partnering with other law enforcement agencies to conduct a door-to-door campaign to apprehend residents with… Continue reading

Jefferson: Law enforcement to round up people with outstanding warrants

More than 600 people with outstanding warrants in Jefferson County could get a surprise visit from law enforcement officers later this month. The Jefferson County… Continue reading

More than 400 applaud public safety workers

PORT ANGELES -- In the hush of a crowd gathered Saturday night to pay tribute to Clallam County public safety workers, a single emergency signal… Continue reading

Peninsula: U.S. Highway 101 reopens near Lilliwaup

LILLIWAUP -- One lane of U.S. Highway 101 was officially reopened Saturday afternoon, five days after a landslide forced officials to close the road south… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port commission meeting Monday reviews executive director’s contract

The three Port of Port Angeles commissioners on Monday will discuss -- and possibly revise -- Port Executive Director Clyde Boddy's controversial contract that allows… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City Council prioritizes goals for coming year — including minting its own “money”

PORT TOWNSEND -- City Council members identified and outlined their top priorities for the coming year during a retreat Saturday. Top priorities identified during the… Continue reading

Thank you! Peninsula Home Fund reaches final total of $63,777

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS - Counting 11 last-minute contributions, a record-breaking $63,777 from people and organizations in Clallam and Jefferson counties was contributed to the Peninsula… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Pro-animal groups sue to get another Makah whaling review

The Fund for Animals, the Humane Society of the United States and other groups have filed a legal challenge in U.S. District Court opposing new… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Fund-raiser for public safety tribute set for Saturday

PORT ANGELES -- Tickets are still available for Celebration of America: A Tribute to Public Safety, scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday at Port Angeles High… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Official involved in Rayonier cleanup could be ousted

PORT ANGELES -- The federal official credited with initiating the cleanup effort at the former Rayonier pulp mill could be stripped of his authority next… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Company plans to build hundreds of homes

PORT LUDLOW -- The new owners of Port Ludlow will build a dozen new houses this coming year, but have plans for hundreds more in… Continue reading

Sequim: Red tape, lack of assistance worry flood victims

SEQUIM -- Despite receding floodwaters, the Dungeness River continues to torment at least three property owners who lost acreage earlier this week to the raging… Continue reading

U.S. Highway 101 may reopen soon

ELDON -- Eldon Store clerk Michelle Kenning fielded telephone calls Thursday afternoon inquiring about the landslide that had closed U.S. Highway 101 near Lilliwaup earlier… Continue reading

And now, the cleanup begins

North Olympic Peninsula officials breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday as intermittent sunshine brought an end to several days of rain that caused flooding, washouts… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Fugitive captured, now faces federal arms, drug charges

TACOMA -- A Port Angeles woman who has eluded police since a November drug bust was charged Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Tacoma for… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Health clinic closed

Jefferson County Health Department budget cuts have forced the closure of the Port Hadlock Family Planning Clinic and cutbacks in immunizations. The clinic in Shively… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Port commissioners prohibit tree planting at Kah Tai Lagoon

PORT TOWNSEND -- Port of Port Townsend commissioners formally decided Wednesday that no development of any kind will be allowed at Kah Tai Lagoon Park… Continue reading

Sequim: Fund established for flood victims

SEQUIM -- Neighbors have set up an account at a local bank for donations to assist a couple forced from their home Monday by the… Continue reading

Sequim: Walt Schubert elected mayor

SEQUIM -- The City Council unanimously selected Councilman Walt Schubert as the next mayor Wednesday. Schubert, 61, replaces Bill Thomas, who has served as mayor… Continue reading

Dungeness River sets flood record

SEQUIM -- Intense rains and heavy snow melt have led to a new flood-stage record on the Dungeness River. The river crested just before 9… Continue reading