Port Angeles: WWII warbirds arrive today

Two restored World War II bombers will be available for tours and flights at William R. Fairchild International Airport today, Tuesday and Wednesday. The Boeing… Continue reading

Clallam Bay: Inmates get their chance to be dads in prison program

CLALLAM BAY -- They weren't going to let a little rain spoil their special day -- nor would they let razor wire cut into their… Continue reading

Clallam: County auditor fined by state for failing to file campaign disclosure statement

Clallam County Auditor Cathleen McKeown -- who survived a late election-campaign revelation last fall that she had misrepresented herself as a certified public accountant for… Continue reading

In honor of Father’s Day, today’s Sunday Showcase features profiles of three of the thousands of special fathers across the North Olympic Peninsula — here is a glimpse of one of the profiles.

He had lofty aspirations to return to England and join the military. But for George P. Wood of Port Angeles, raising two girls and three… Continue reading

Night paving work to begin on U.S. 101

PORT ANGELES -- Now begins the bumpy part for motorists who travel Clallam County's busiest road. Lincoln Street, which carries as many as 13,000 vehicles… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Vintage bombers coming for three-day appearance

PORT ANGELES -- When two classic World War II aircraft visit William R. Fairchild International Airport for three days beginning Monday, they also will be… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles receives $100,000 federal security grant

PORT ANGELES -- The Port has received a $100,000 federal grant to assess homeland security needs, a process necessary for the Port to continue operations… Continue reading

Quilcene official fined

Craig Richbourg, who chairs the Quilcene School Board, also failed to submit his financial disclosure form on time. Richbourg eventually filed the report and paid… Continue reading

Clallam Bay prison will hold its first Father’s Day weekend

CLALLAM BAY -- The fathers will wear matching T-shirts declaring "I'm A Proud Dad" for the day. Then they will return to their cells behind… Continue reading

Clallam County Drug Court wins two grants

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County's drug court, which promotes rehabilitation over incarceration for drug users, has been awarded two grants totaling $129,750. The grants were… Continue reading

Fire bell rings out Port Townsend history

PORT TOWNSEND -- There's plenty of history in the West Coast's third oldest fire department. The bell that sits in the driveway of Port Townsend… Continue reading

Gov. Locke views Port Angeles graving yard site

PORT ANGELES -- With his "Jobs Now" economic development campaign touching down on the North Olympic Peninsula, city and Port leaders pressed Gov. Gary Locke… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Model A Fords on display Saturday

PORT ANGELES -- Motorists and pedestrians passing by Port Angeles Ford Lincoln Mercury on East Front Street on Saturday might feel they're in a time… Continue reading

Sequim: Students’ video wins audience acclaim at preview

SEQUIM -- If fan approval is any indication, Olympic Peninsula Academy's new video, "The Legend," is a five-star hit. The 80-minute production was part of… Continue reading

Brinnon: Dosewallips River Road reconstruction under fire by environmental coalition

BRINNON -- An Olympia-based environmental group is on record as opposing the rebuilding of Dosewallips River Road. Olympic Forest Coalition and its Western Washington membership… Continue reading

Chimacum graduation tonight, then Port Angeles, Sequim on Friday and Crescent, Neah Bay and Quilcene on Saturday

Chimacum High School officials will bid farewell to about 87 seniors tonight. The graduation ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. at McCurdy Pavilion at Fort… Continue reading

Clallam: Mosquito infestation worries Salt Creek residents

Howard Sprouse says the mosquito population in his Salt Creek-area neighborhood is the worst he has experienced in 10 years. "The area down there is… Continue reading

Locke brings “Jobs Now” push to Port Angeles today

PORT ANGELES -- Gov. Gary Locke visits the city today in the latest stop on his statewide "Jobs Now" tour to promote his economic recovery… Continue reading

Olympics’ snowpack slightly below par

The Olympic Mountains' snowpack should be sufficient enough this summer to keep salmon runs healthy and water supplies filled, forecasters say. But the snowpack is… Continue reading

Peninsula College projects giving campus a fresh face

Peninsula College officials say construction of a student services building on the main campus in Port Angeles is on schedule and within the $4 million… Continue reading