Port Townsend: City Council against police-fire pension initiative because it’s too costly

PORT TOWNSEND -- A split City Council voted Monday against endorsing Initiative 790, a statewide measure that would revise the structure for police and firefighters'… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Council inches toward new electricity agreement with Puget Sound Energy

PORT TOWNSEND -- The City Council moved a step closer Monday to reaching an electricity franchise agreement with Puget Sound Energy after three years of… Continue reading

Changing of the guard at Fort Worden

PORT TOWNSEND -- Fort Worden, nearing the end of its centennial year, is entering a new era. Kate Burke starts work today as the first… Continue reading

Clallam: Citizens group, state DOT at odds over roadside spraying

More than 100 members of West End communities have signed a petition asking the state Department of Transportation to stop roadside spraying in Clallam County.… Continue reading

Clallam: Investigators probe fires in Carlsborg

CARLSBORG -- The county arson task force was investigating suspicious fires Sunday in two vacant dwellings less than a mile apart on the north side… Continue reading

Peninsula: Olympic Complex fires contained

The Olympic Complex fires were declared 100 percent contained Sunday afternoon, according to spokesman Bob Winslow. Fire management responsibilities were to be returned to the… Continue reading

Peninsula: Skills center in PA works for higher enrollment

As construction crews start building a permanent North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center, supporters of the project are busy trying to reach enrollment requirements to gain… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Trial begins for suspect in deputy’s slaying

PORT ANGELES --The aggravated first-degree murder trial of Thomas Martin Roberts begins today in Clallam County Superior Court. Roberts, 56, has pleaded innocent by reason… Continue reading

Chimacum: Teen killed in head-on crash

CHIMACUM -- A former Chimacum High School student was killed and four out-of-area men injured in a head-on collision Saturday morning on state Highway 19… Continue reading

Nordland: Red tide warning issued for Kilisut Harbor

NORDLAND -- A red tide warning has been issued for Kilisut Harbor, including Scow Harbor, Mystery Bay and Fort Flagler. Barb Bowen, of Jefferson County's… Continue reading

Port Angeles History Weekend continues today

They came to drink in the rich, colorful history that is Port Angeles -- and got it -- during the first History Weekend. A sold-out… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Court bracing for large turnout for Roberts trial

PORT ANGELES -- Court officials are bracing themselves for the large number of people expected to attend the murder trial of Thomas Martin Roberts. "We're… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Port officials actively pursuing state “graving yard” project

PORT ANGELES -- Port of Port Angeles officials say they have been working weekly and sometimes daily with state Department of Transportation officials on a… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Trial in deputy-killing case begins Monday

PORT ANGELES -- More than two years ago, Clallam County sheriff's deputy Wally Davis answered a routine disturbance call at an Ennis Creek home east… Continue reading

Sequim: Wolves gain first football win of season

BY Lisa Wright SEQUIM -- Tim Sutton rushed for three touchdowns to lead the Sequim Wolves to their first football win of the season on… Continue reading

  • Oct 20, 2002

Clallam: Coast Guard orders security zone around tankers –

The U.S. Coast Guard, for the first time in Puget Sound maritime history, has established a security zone of 500 yards around all tankers. The… Continue reading

Clallam: Elwha council endorses candidates for Nov. 5 election

PORT ANGELES -- The Lower Elwha Klallam tribe's business committee is also endorsing sheriff's candidate Soeren Poulsen in the Nov. 5 general election. The business… Continue reading

CLALLAM: ELWHA POLICE CHIEF BACKS POULSEN FOR SHERIFF

PORT ANGELES -- The Lower Elwha tribal police chief is throwing his support to sheriff's candidate Soeren Poulsen, saying Sheriff Joe Hawe has frequently snubbed… Continue reading

Fall colors give Peninsula spectacular hue

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Washington may be "The Evergreen State,"' but that doesn't mean we miss out when leafy oaks and maples turn red, gold and… Continue reading

Jefferson: Affordable housing talk today in PT

PORT TOWNSEND -- Government, nonprofit and business professionals will try to knock down the walls that stand in the way of affordable housing in Jefferson… Continue reading