Port Angeles: Jefferson School groundbreaking ceremony planned

PORT ANGELES -- School district officials will host a symbolic groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday marking the beginning of the Jefferson Elementary School renovation project. The ceremony… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Combustible chemical mixture may have caused fire

PORT TOWNSEND -- Investigators looking into the cause of Tuesday's historic McCurdy building blaze said Wednesday that a combination of flammable chemicals may have led… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Town “pretty hopping” because J-Lo’s in the house

PORT TOWNSEND -- For those not involved in shooting or cast as extras in Jennifer Lopez's new film, the arrival of Hollywood's hottest star in… Continue reading

Sequim: Flag disposal ceremony planned today

Veterans will conduct a Flag Day ceremony today in order to properly dispose of weathered American flags. The official disposal ceremony will be 2 p.m.… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Man may face federal prosecution

The federal government and the Makah Tribe will take over prosecution of a Neah Bay man facing charges for the alleged sale of thousands of… Continue reading

Peninsula: Federal tax rebate schedule announced

North Olympic Peninsula residents eligible for tax rebates will start getting them during the week of July 23, Internal Revenue Service officials announced Tuesday. Officials… Continue reading

Peninsula: Jobless rate drops in Clallam and Jefferson counties

Employment figures for Washington state released Tuesday showed a stronger job market on the North Olympic Peninsula. According to state Employment Security Department statistics, unemployment… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Peninsula College dedicates sports complex to Wally Sigmar

By Tristan Baurick Peninsula College's athletic complex was dedicated to Wally Sigmar on Tuesday during a ceremony that both honored and immortalized the college's late… Continue reading

  • Jun 13, 2001

Port Townsend: “Enough” filming begins; schedule revised

PORT TOWNSEND -- It was a hot time in the old town Tuesday, but not because the klieg lights were burning on the hottest star… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Fire damages historical McCurdy building

PORT TOWNSEND -- An early morning fire broke out in the McCurdy building Wednesday, gutting a tattoo parlor and causing smoke and water damage to… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Local residents answer early morning call as extras for movie

PORT TOWNSEND -- The casting call came in the pre-dawn hours Tuesday for dozens of Port Townsend residents serving as extras in the Jennifer Lopez… Continue reading

“Enough” filming begins today in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND -- Filming for "Enough," starring Jennifer Lopez, is expected to begin today. Film crews began setting up equipment Monday. "They're supposed to be… Continue reading

Clallam: Crowd turns out for subdivision hearing

Concerns that a proposed subdivision will cause wells to dry up and pollute wildlife habitat were aired by potential neighbors during a public hearing Monday.… Continue reading

Jefferson: County resumes talks on creating new urban growth areas

PORT TOWNSEND -- Mark the time -- 11:16:49 a.m. June 11. That's when Jefferson County commissioners unanimously restarted the clock ticking on a decision to… Continue reading

Peninsula: College names athletic complex after former President Sigmar today

Start asking about Wally Sigmar and you begin to understand what he meant to the lives of so many. "He was a mentor, a friend,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port officials review severance package for executive director

PORT ANGELES -- The next Port of Port Angeles executive director will not be offered the same severance package as Christine Anderson received when she… Continue reading

Sequim: Shipley property rezoning opposed

SEQUIM -- The proposed rezoning of approximately 53 acres of property on the west side of Priest Road was strongly opposed Monday. The proposed rezoning… Continue reading

Chimacum: Education pays off for graduates

CHIMACUM -- The Chimacum High School class of 2001 has a bright future, judging from its ability to capture scholarships. The $243,000 value of Jason… Continue reading

Clallam: County commissioners to hear pros, cons on property tax proposal today

PORT ANGELES --Clallam County commissioners say a Planning Commission recommendation that gives tax breaks to some landowners who conserve their acreage for farmland might be… Continue reading

Kingston: Ferry traffic back to normal

Washington state ferry service out of Kingston was back to normal Sunday following a mishap that shut the ferry run for three hours on Saturday.… Continue reading