Sequim: Obstacle, relay courses provide a hot time for wheelchair and powered scooter riders

They may be in wheelchairs or powered scooters, but they can still match pace with other residents. Nearly 20 Hotwheels Rodeo contestants lined up Saturday… Continue reading

Victoria: A golden day expecte for the queen’s golden jubilee event

VICTORIA -- Forecasters say today's weather will be fit for a queen -- Queen Elizabeth II that is. Residents of Clallam and Jefferson counties venturing… Continue reading

Forks: West End celebrates history, culture with nine-day event

FORKS -- The heritage of the West End will be celebrated with nine days of activities during the annual Forks Hickory Shirt/Heritage Days 2002 that… Continue reading

Here is a summary of the public schedule for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in Victoria this weekend

Today 4:50 p.m.: Arrival at 12 Wing, Sidney, for a motorcade to Victoria Government House. No further events this evening. Saturday No public events scheduled.… Continue reading

Peninsula fans excited at chance to see queen this weekend

VICTORIA -- Union Jacks and maple leafs will fill the air Sunday as thousands of fans gather to welcome Queen Elizabeth II and her husband,… Continue reading

Peninsula: Homecoming focus changing from alumni to students

For most high school students, homecoming means school spirit, the "big" football game and a semiformal dance. But amid all the hoopla, the real meaning… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Rotary Club flower bulbs distributed, planted this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- Rotary Club members will distribute tens of thousands of flower bulbs this weekend in the hopes of brightening up the North Olympic… Continue reading

Port Townsend: They come, they see, they hope to konquer Kinetic Skulpture Race

PORT TOWNSEND -- A giant toilet, a big chili pepper, a smoking dragon and butterfly will go for the glory -- and trophies made of… Continue reading

Sequim: Farm tour set for Saturday

CARLSBORG -- Ten farms in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley will be open to visitors during the sixth annual Clallam County Harvest Celebration Farm tour on Saturday.… Continue reading

46 Peninsula dockworkers affected by lockout

PORT ANGELES -- Local 27 dockworkers say they are ready, able and willing to work. The problem is, they're locked out. That's leaves the 46… Continue reading

Blyn: Jamestown S”Klallam tribe to build dental clinic

BLYN -- The Jamestown S'Klallam tribe is about to embark on a building project that will mark the tribe's entrance in the field of dental… Continue reading

Peninsula: Anchorages filling up with idled ship traffic

Food, electronics and other goods will not be the only things in short supply as the lockout continues. Anchorages large enough for container ships are… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Longtime hospital commissioner resigns from board

PORT ANGELES -- Longtime Olympic Medical Center Commissioner Connie Lawrence of Joyce resigned from the hospital district's governing board Wednesday night. In her letter of… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Jefferson General commissioners want more ambulance service

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson General Hospital commissioners want the Fire Department to provide ambulance service between the medical facility and others. Hospital commissioners voted Monday… Continue reading

To our readers: Going to see Her Majesty?

Are you planning to travel to Victoria Sunday to see Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip during the golden jubilee festivities in the provincial capital?… Continue reading

Clallam: Judge candidates square off

PORT ANGELES -- Questions over use of pro tempore judges, the value of community service and collection of fines and costs highlighted a spirited debate… Continue reading

Clallam: Prosecuting attorney candidates debate

SEQUIM -- Prosecuting attorney candidates argued over conviction rates Tuesday during a debate before Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce members. Incumbent Chris Shea, D-Sequim, claimed a… Continue reading

Clallam: Suit claims wrongful incarceration

PORT ANGELES -- A Sequim man who spent two years in prison is suing several current and former Clallam County officials, including two political candidates,… Continue reading

Clallam: Transit officials quell route cut rumor –

PORT ANGELES --Clallam Transit System officials on Tuesday quelled rumors that they plan to cut bus service to Sequim. "(Sequim riders) are not in any… Continue reading

Jefferson: Marine law conference under way

PORT LUDLOW -- The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office's marine division and the deputy who oversees it have been nominated for honors at the annual Marine… Continue reading