Port Townsend: Looking into the future of Point Hudson

PORT TOWNSEND -- People attending a forum on the future of Point Hudson gave the Port of Port Townsend commissioners a round of applause. That… Continue reading

Sequim: Robbie Knievel, pals to motorcycle for charity down U.S. 101

SEQUIM -- Motorcycle traffic will increase dramatically Saturday afternoon on U.S. Highway 101 along Hood Canal. "We hope to have more than 300 entries," said… Continue reading

The Darrick Meneken outdoors column

Take down your calendar and circle July 21. That's when the western Strait of Juan de Fuca reopens to king salmon. Fishing for chinook --… Continue reading

Clallam County: Fallen law officers to be remembered

The two Clallam County sheriff's who died in the line of duty will be honored today at noon. Two black pennants with the gold-lettered names… Continue reading

Jefferson County: Insurance firm seeks payment from Fire District 5

GARDINER -- An insurance company is seeking payment for losses in a fire last year that destroyed the Wild Birds Unlimited and Greywolf Angler stores.… Continue reading

Peninsula: Former Sequim man chronicles life with Alzheimer”s

Karoake night at the Moose Lodge in Port Angeles meant something special to former Sequim residents Ken and Dorothy Lines. Dorothy would accompany Ken to… Continue reading

Peninsula: Residents join central state fire battles

Nearly 40 North Olympic Peninsula residents are among the more than 1,000 firefighters sent to battle Central Washington wildfires. The Peninsula contingent is comprised of… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Future Builders students finish home

PORT ANGELES -- The first home constructed by participants in the Future Builders program is complete after nine months of work. A noon ribbon-cutting ceremony… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Loans available for historic building work

PORT TOWNSEND -- Commercial property owners in the historic uptown and downtown districts may benefit from nearly $60,000 in low-interest Housing and Urban Development loans… Continue reading

West End: Woman recounts fall at Rialto Beach

PORT ANGELES -- A day after Louise Stanton-Masten was airlifted from Rialto Beach due to injuries from a fall, doctors surgically set her smashed elbow… Continue reading

Clallam: Dr. Lynne Saddler leaving county post

A search is under way to find a successor to Dr. Lynne Saddler, Clallam County director of health and human services. "I'm leaving to pursue… Continue reading

Cutter Adelie arrives for duty at Ediz Hook

By Dan Hart With water cannons spraying, the cutter Adelie proudly cruised into Port Angeles on Tuesday, taking its place as the Coast Guard's second… Continue reading

  • Jul 11, 2001

Jefferson: Man may have stolen $30,000 worth of merchandise, deputies say

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is searching for a Port Ludlow man who allegedly has stolen up to $30,000 worth of property from businesses and… Continue reading

LaPush: Woman rescued after fall over cliff is Everett business leader

LAPUSH -- Everett Area Chamber of Commerce Director Louise Stanton-Masten suffered a broken elbow and minor head injuries Tuesday after falling from a cliff in… Continue reading

New Peninsula College president begins with “Listening Tour”

What's impressed Tom Keegan the most as Peninsula College's new president? "What I'm struck by is how proud people are of the college," he says.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Rose Lumber going out of business

PORT ANGELES -- After 19 years, Rose Lumber is going out of business. Owners Rhonda Rose-Rieker and Jerry Rieker placed a sign on the door… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Venue change sought for man accused of killing deputy

The man who allegedly killed a Clallam County sheriff's deputy last August could face trial in another county. The attorney for Thomas Martin Roberts, 54,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Williams announces re-election bid

PORT ANGELES -- City Councilman Larry Williams will seek a second term in office. Williams, 55, announced Tuesday that he will seek re-election. A Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Town meeting tonight on civility in civil discourse

PORT TOWNSEND -- Sick of character attacks and angry talk at government and citizens advisory group meetings? So is Catharine Robinson. Robinson and a group… Continue reading

Sequim: City to receive $200,000 grant for downtown project

SEQUIM -- The city's portion of downtown revitalization and streetscape project costs will apparently will be cut in half. City Manager Bill Elliott announced that… Continue reading