Jefferson: New county building in front of old courthouse proposed again

PORT TOWNSEND -- An idea rejected three years ago to expand administrative offices at the Jefferson County Courthouse could be revived on a far smaller… Continue reading

One killed, two airlifted following two car collision on Highway 101

PORT ANGELES -- A 68-year-old woman was killed and two people were flown to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle on Monday following a two-vehicle collision… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Bio-terrorism part of Emergency Management Association conference

PORT ANGELES -- Emergency management officials from throughout the state are gathering at the Red Lion Hotel for a symposium to be held through Thursday.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Horizon Air to fortify cockpit doors on its planes

Horizon Air will reinforce cockpit doors on its entire fleet to comply with new federal regulations in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Lots of interest in Jefferson School reconstruction contract

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles School District has attracted more than 33 construction and trades businesses interested in the huge Jefferson School reconstruction project.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port will install walkway, lights at new airport parking lot

PORT ANGELES -- Port commissioners voted 2-1 Monday to spend up to $15,000 on temporary lighting and a paved walkway for a new parking lot… Continue reading

Sequim: Residential blaze claims two lives

SEQUIM -- Two people died after fire swept through a home at 190 Port Williams Road on Sunday, authorities reported Monday. The victims were identified… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula authorities, Coast Guard remain on alert as U.S., Britain launch retaliatory strike

North Olympic Peninsula law-enforcement units and the Coast Guard remained on alert Sunday as the U.S. and Britain began military strikes on Sunday said they… Continue reading

Port Angeles: K Ply back in operation again

K Ply plywood mill in Port Angeles began operations again Sunday evening after shutting down for about a week because of a lack of product… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port conducting “extensive background checks” of director candidates

Port of Port Angeles commissioners are looking at two finalists for the executive director position, but no timeline is set for a decision, according to… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Schools, police warn students and parents about annual “egg wars”

PORT ANGELES -- School officials and law enforcement agencies are warning Port Angeles High School students again this year not to participate in homecoming "egg… Continue reading

Guardsmen at Port Angeles airport

PORT ANGELES -- Two Washington National Guardsmen stood rigidly at attention Saturday as airline passengers filed past them at William F. Fairchild International Airport. Dressed… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Kayaker rescued from upper Elwha River

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- A kayaker was rescued Saturday from a steep canyon on the Elwha River after his friends called 9-1-1 from a cellular… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Report on shooting death still awaited from Kitsap County

Nearly two months after a confrontation left a Port Angeles woman dead, authorities have released no new information about what happened. Rosa Hammer, 27, was… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Let the games begin — it’s Kinetic Skulpture Race day!

For Daniel Smith of Port Townsend, a satellite dish, an inflated truck tire tube and a bicycle all covered in silver spray paint was his… Continue reading

Sequim: School Board likely to seek pared-down levy

SEQUIM -- School District officials are ready to ask voters again to pass a reduced maintenance and operations levy -- but for less money this… Continue reading

Chimacum: Middle school to receive grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

CHIMACUM -- Chimacum Middle School will have an additional $400 per student to spend over the next three years, thanks to a grant announced Thursday… Continue reading

Khrushchev son is NOT a chip off the old Soviet bloc

Sergei Khrushchev, son of former Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev, will speak to audiences tonight, Oct. 5, on the theme, "U.S. and Russia, Then and Now.… Continue reading

Peninsula: Olympic Trail group searching for best westward route

Hikers and bicyclists heading eastward out of Port Angeles know which way they will go once the Waterfront Trail is connected to the Olympic Discovery… Continue reading

Port Angeles: 10,000 more flower bulbs to be planted along U.S. 101 this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- Forty-five thousand blooming flower bulbs weren't enough last spring, so 10,000 more will be planted by a Rotary club this weekend along… Continue reading