Port Townsend: Transient who lives on beach treated for hypothermia

PORT TOWNSEND -- For the third time this year, a transient has been hospitalized after contracting hypothermia while living outdoors in Port Townsend. The unidentified… Continue reading

Sequim: Fire board opening draws two former commissioners, ex-chief

SEQUIM -- A vacancy on the Clallam County Fire District No. 3 board has drawn the interest of two former commissioners and its former chief.… Continue reading

Sequim: RV destroyed in early morning fire

An unoccupied 36-foot recreational vehicle was destroyed by fire early Thursday on Big Foot Lane, off West Sequim Bay Road in Sequim. Clallam County Fire… Continue reading

Storm could bring snow for skiers at Hurricane Ridge

It's a mixed bag for outdoors enthusiasts looking to enjoy this weekend after Christmas. Skiers should rejoice -- if all goes as planned, the ski… Continue reading

Winds like today’s threaten historical clock tower of Jefferson County Courthouse.

Jefferson County officials are keeping an eye on the clock tower over their historical courthouse as the Peninsula braces for a strong, windy storm today.… Continue reading

Jefferson: Volunteers beat odds with Christmas dinner

PORT TOWNSEND -- More than 40 volunteers fed hundreds of Jefferson County residents Christmas Day despite power outages, locked doors and even a family tragedy.… Continue reading


Area residents are being advised to monitor weather forecasts in anticipation of a large storm Friday. "This storm has the potential to be one of… Continue reading

Peninsula: What to do if the rains come

With winds of up to 65 mph expected across the North Olympic Peninsula this afternoon, Port Angeles Fire Chief Dan McKeen advises people to take… Continue reading

Counting her blessings with every breath

EDITOR's NOTE: This is another in a series of articles on the Peninsula Home Fund. This is the final week of our annual holiday appeal.… Continue reading

Gardiner: Boy, 13, sheds light on houses for holiday cheer

GARDINER -- Like a thousand shivery, silver icicles, white lights hang from the eves of the bluish-gray, multilevel home. Red, blue and green hues twinkle… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Councilman envisions sports complex for Lincoln Park

PORT ANGELES -- Both an ice arena and a revamped swimming pool have been proposed by separate groups in the city. But at least one… Continue reading

Port Townsend: GOP committee hopes council will reconsider zoning denial of hardware distribution center

PORT TOWNSEND -- Kenneth Kelly's Victorian home hardware businesses would bring "more than 20 jobs," according to Jefferson County Republicans. That's why the GOP representatives… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Maritime Center lands big foundation grants

PORT TOWNSEND -- Nearly 42 percent of the Northwest Maritime Center's fund-raising goal has been met with the addition of $800,000 in new grants announced… Continue reading

West End: Mother and son killed in Highway 101 crash

FAIRHOLM -- A mother and her son from Seattle were killed when their Jeep overturned Monday night on icy U.S. Highway 101 near the Sol… Continue reading

Clallam leaders to OK economic development priorities today

Clallam County commissioners are expected today to set priorities for economic development projects that cities, other groups and agencies seek. The wish list is needed… Continue reading

Clallam: PUD revises credit card policies

Clallam County Public Utility District No. 1 customers can pay their bills by credit card beginning Feb. 1, the utility's Board of Commissioners agreed Monday.… Continue reading

Deck the halls on channel 3!

Port Angeles and Sequim high schools' winter concerts are being rebroadcast to Northland Cable television viewers today and Wednesday. The Port Angeles High School winter… Continue reading

Hoh tribe paddling new canoe

The Hoh tribe has purchased a fiberglass canoe that will help promote drug and alcohol prevention through events such as next year's Paddle Journey. The… Continue reading

New life for old castle

PORT TOWNSEND -- Fort Worden State Park officials are hoping one of the former military base's oldest structures will reopen to the public by summer.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Chamber of Commerce to cover January parking fees at Fort Worden

PORT TOWNSEND -- Come the New Year, Fort Worden will be the only major state park in Washington that doesn't charge parking fees. The Port… Continue reading