Jefferson: Seven candidates file for office Tuesday

Seven more people threw their hats into the political arena Tuesday, the second day of filing for Jefferson County offices on the ballot this fall.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Officials propose subsidy to back conference center

PORT ANGELES -- City officials are offering a $2 million, 20-year development subsidy, plus potential operating subsidies, to attract a regional conference center to the… Continue reading

Sequim: Group considers need for large new library

SEQUIM -- A study is under way to determine the feasibility of constructing a new North Olympic Library System branch library in the city. "We… Continue reading

Sequim: Sculpture finds home in public park

SEQUIM -- Sculptor Dave Reynolds has found a permanent home for his unique work of art "Sunlight and Shadow." The 1,100-pound, aluminum sculpture has been… Continue reading

Sequim’s Lavender Festival attracted record crowds

SEQUIM -- Record crowds swarmed the fields and streets of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley last weekend for the fifth annual Celebrate Lavender Festival. "We're comfortable with… Continue reading

West End: Feast of Forks set for this weekend

FORKS -- The second Feast of Forks set for this weekend features an old American tradition -- Chautauqua. Chautauqua was once a widespread form of… Continue reading

28 candidates emerge on first day of filing in Clallam County

A total of 28 people threw their hats in the ring on the first day of candidate filing for the fall elections. A half dozen… Continue reading

Clallam: Bail set at $150,000 for mail-theft suspect

PORT ANGELES -- A 38-year-old man accused in a spree of mail thefts to get credit cards and checks remains in custody after a judge… Continue reading

Clallam: Former Joyce man to sue state for $100 million

JOYCE -- A former resident is planning to sue the state Department of Transportation for allegedly failing to adequately maintain State Route 112 prior to… Continue reading

Clallam: State offers digitalized drivers’ licenses

Digitized drivers' licenses are now available in Clallam County. The new licenses feature a view of Mount Rainier, larger and bolder printing, and the driver's… Continue reading

Jefferson: Incumbents lead the way in election filings

PORT TOWNSEND --Twenty-two people filed to run for elected offices countywide Monday, the first day of filing in the fall election cycle. Nearly 50 elected… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Platypus Marine expanding

PORT ANGELES -- Platypus Marine, Inc., officials confirmed Monday that the company is expanding, prompting another marine construction firm to move its operation. Kevin Blake,… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City, state agree on water pressure fix

Port Townsend has until December 2003 to fix low water pressure problems under an agreement with the state Department of Health. The City Council authorized… Continue reading

Sequim: Council OKs annexes area north of city

SEQUIM -- The City Council approved the annexation of 46 acres of land adjacent to the northern city limit. No opposition to the annexation was… Continue reading

West End: Detectives search for clues in stabbing death

FORKS -- Investigators are still searching for clues in a stabbing attack Saturday that left one man dead and a second hospitalized. Two other men… Continue reading

Clallam: Election filing begins today

Filing for the fall elections begins today in the auditor's office of the Clallam County Courthouse. More than 60 positions -- from city council positions… Continue reading

Clallam: Investigators probe card thefts

A sheriff's investigation is continuing after an Oregon man was arrested for allegedly stealing credit cards and checks from numerous mailboxes in rural Clallam County.… Continue reading

Jefferson: Filing for office begins today

Filing for the fall elections begins today in the auditor's office of the Jefferson County Courthouse. Almost 50 positions -- from city council to cemetery… Continue reading

Peninsula: Here’s Election Calendar

* Today -- First day for candidates to file for office in person. * Friday, July 27 -- Last day for candidates to file for… Continue reading

Peninsula: Lake Quinault among best vacation sites in West

Sunset magazine has named Lake Quinault as one of the best vacation lakes in the West. The August issue of Sunset highlights lakes that are… Continue reading