Port Angeles: Mayor won’t seek re-election

PORT ANGELES -- Mayor Larry Doyle will not seek re-election to the Port Angeles City Council. "It is time to step aside and let someone… Continue reading

SEQUIM’s CELEBRATE LAVENDER FEST LEAVES SWEET AFTER-TASTE

SEQUIM -- "It goes down smoooooth!" That phrase was heard over and over again last weekend as people described the taste of lavender in everything… Continue reading

West End: Deputies probe knife slaying

FORKS -- One man is dead and another man was hospitalized as the result of an apparent gang-related attack late Saturday night in a trailer… Continue reading

Clallam: Oregon man arrested for mail, credit card thefts

An Oregon man who recently moved to Clallam County was arrested Saturday for allegedly stealing credit cards and checks from numerous rural mailboxes. Mitchell John… Continue reading

Clallam: Voters may decide “Critical Areas” rules in election

Clallam County voters could have the opportunity to repeal the county's Critical Areas Ordinance when they head to the polls Nov. 6. On Friday, county… Continue reading

Peninsula: Circus comes to town, so does protest

With Circus Gatti's performance in Port Angeles on Saturday came objections. The circus uses wild and exotic animals; this caused local animal rights activists to… Continue reading

Peninsula: Election filings begin Monday

Filing for the fall elections begins at 8 a.m. Monday in the auditor's offices of the Clallam and Jefferson county courthouses. While this is an… Continue reading

Port Angeles: It’s King Kong vs. Godzilla at “Arts in Action”

PORT ANGELES -- Blocks from the nearest beach, a giant sand sculpture of Godzilla battling King Kong will take shape this week. Beginning Thursday, Charlie… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Seal pup recuperating in Lynnwood shelter

Good intentions have separated a 2-week-old harbor seal pup from its mother indefinitely. The seal pup is recuperating at the Progressive Animal Welfare Society shelter… Continue reading

Port Angeles: State’s $100,000 grant to aid Kalakala project

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS AND THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The aging art deco ferry Kalakala has been awarded a $100,000 state history-and-heritage grant. It's not all its… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2001

Sequim: Knudson to seek hospital board seat

SEQUIM -- Harlan Knudson intends to file for office Monday to maintain his seat on the Olympic Medical Center Board of Commissioners. He will seek… Continue reading

Sequim: School Board considers reduced budget

SEQUIM -- Faced with two failures of the maintenance and operations levy election earlier this year, the Sequim School Board is considering a less expensive… Continue reading

Clallam: Businessman seeks Port commission post

Businessman Tim Fraser says he is throwing his hat in the ring for Port of Port Angeles commissioner. So far he is the only announced… Continue reading

Jefferson County: Sales tax revenues lower than expected

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County officials are concerned, but not alarmed, by an apparent drop in sales tax revenues. But they are worried about a… Continue reading

Jefferson: Port Hadlock man leads fire fighting effort

Dave Johnson of Port Hadlock sleeps well despite planning firefighting efforts against a blaze in the steep terrain of the William O. Douglas Wilderness area… Continue reading

Jefferson: Trial to be set in killing case

A hearing today in Jefferson County Superior Court will establish a trial date for a former Quilcene man accused of murder. Robert Froehlich, 28, is… Continue reading

Peninsula: Other fun activities for the weekend

Besides the Celebrate Lavendar, the North Olympic Peninsula is playing host to a variety of events this weekend: Quileute Days in LaPush "We would really… Continue reading

Peninsula: State yanks firm’s oil-spill certification

The state Department of Ecology has pulled an oil spill response company's primary contractor certification after the firm failed to adequately respond during two recent… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Hospital seeks bids for remodeling work

PORT ANGELES -- An Olympic Memorial Hospital main lobby and east entrance remodeling project has received the go-ahead from Memorial Hospital commissioners. The action came… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Medical center administrator gets 5.5 percent raise

Olympic Medical Center Administrator Mike Glenn has been given a 5.5 percent salary increase by hospital commissioners. The increase will boost Glenn's annual pay to… Continue reading