Sequim: Schools superintendent finalists to visit this week

The three finalists to be Sequim's next schools superintendent are visiting the city today, Wednesday and Thursday. The public will have a chance to meet… Continue reading

Clallam: 17 crashes linked to foul weather

The Washington State Patrol responded to 17 weather-related vehicular crashes Saturday and Saturday night, but only two minor injuries were reported around Clallam County. Washington… Continue reading

Clallam: Refuge system celebrated at Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge Friday

DUNGENESS -- The public is invited to celebrate a century of wildlife conservation Friday at the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. Events at the refuge located… Continue reading

Clallam: Survivor in fatal crash in serious condtion

A Beaver woman remained in serious condition Sunday following a head-on car crash late Friday night that killed two others on U.S. Highway 101 at… Continue reading

PA SENIOR GETS BOY SCOUT EAGLE AWARD – — – FINALLY

POULSBO -- With his white hair slicked back and a blue scarf tied around the collar of his khaki shirt Sunday afternoon, longtime Port Angeles… Continue reading

Peninsula: Blizzard-like winds, snow slam Hurricane Ridge

Blizzard conditions, extreme avalanche danger and nine-foot snowdrifts at the Hurricane Ridge lodge parking lot closed Hurricane Ridge Road all day Sunday. It was unknown… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: FRONT STREET HOTEL RISES FROM 2002 ASHES

PORT ANGELES -- A once burned out rooming house, the newly renovated Downtown Hotel today offers 17 neat, simple and elegant rooms, with views of… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Life-long friends join Marines

PORT TOWNSEND -- Once a week for five years, James DeLeo and Jeff Short stood shoulder to shoulder, raised their right hand and repeated the… Continue reading

Sequim: Thousands attend annual building exposition

SEQUIM -- It started with humble beginnings six years ago at Sequim Middle School. Today, the annual Building & Remodeling Expo has more than doubled… Continue reading

Forks board upholds decision allowing boy to play baseball

FORKS -- The Quillayute Valley School Board has affirmed Superintendent Frank Walter's decision to reinstate the athletic eligibility of a boy convicted of animal cruelty,… Continue reading

Forks, Quillayute Airport residents close to compromise on land-use plan

FORKS -- After several months of debate and discussion, Mayor Nedra Reed believes the city and Quillayute Prairie residents are close to reaching a compromise… Continue reading

Port Townsend girls going to state

UNIVERSITY PLACE -- The Port Townsend High School girls basketball team will be going to state after its 46-31 victory over Steilacoom on Saturday night… Continue reading

State investigating tainted hay killing cattle in Chimacum

CHIMACUM -- A state Department of Agriculture official confirmed Saturday that a formal investigation is under way in the deaths of eight Beaver Valley dairy… Continue reading

Two killed in head-on crash at Lake Sutherland

LAKE SUTHERLAND -- Hours after Jeffrey Porter signed papers Friday to sell his Carlsborg charter vehicle business, PennCo Transportation, he got the telephone call he… Continue reading

Winter finally arrives on North Olympic Peninsula

More than 2 inches of snow blanketed the little town of Joyce on Saturday, limiting visibility and making roads treacherous. Other areas in Jefferson and… Continue reading

Chimacum cattle herd poisoned, dying

CHIMACUM -- As Gerald Bishop fed his cows hay -- like he's done for a half-century -- he had no idea it was killing them.… Continue reading

Clallam Law and Justice Council reviews proposed 9-1-1 tax

PORT ANGELES -- After a failed bid last fall to increase sales tax for Clallam County criminal justice funding, members of the county's law and… Continue reading

Jefferson Transit to get $1 million grant

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson Transit officials will start planning for a new administration building, thanks to $1 million in federal funding. Transit General Manager Dave… Continue reading

Patriarch and civic leader Howard Ruddell dies at 90

Howard B. Ruddell, longtime Port Angeles auto dealer and civic leader, is dead at age 90. Please click on Obituaries at left for the full… Continue reading

Port Ludlow’s secret is out

Port Ludlow is one of the best neighborhoods in American for retirees, says Where to Retire, a 200,000-circulation national magazine for retirees. It profiles Port… Continue reading