Coyle: Residents host community fair, hope to blunt isolation

COYLE -- Located at the end of the narrow Toandos Peninsula 18 miles off a main road, Coyle is an isolated community. Residents' isolation is… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Makah offer $100 bounty on black bears

NEAH BAY -- A bounty hunt began Saturday for black bears that are damaging timber on the Makah Reservation. Licensed and registered Makah hunters will… Continue reading

Peninsula: Tribes preparing for annual Paddle Journey

More than 36 canoes manned by pullers representing American Indian tribes from throughout the Pacific Northwest will begin their annual two-week Paddle Journey later this… Continue reading

Results of Forks Old Fashioned 4th of July log show competition in Sunday PDN

More than 65 competitors and 300 spectators turned out Saturday for the annual Old Fashioned 4th of July log show at Tillicum Park. "That's down… Continue reading

Rowan “conditional release” hearing begins Monday

Bruce Rowan is a man of "openness, intelligence and personal resolve," according to his doctors at Western State Hospital. They say the former Olympic Memorial… Continue reading

Rowan could leave locked ward Aug. 12

The Western State Hospital Risk Review Board's report on Bruce Rowan paints a positive picture of him, as does a treatment plan that Rowan must… Continue reading

Forks: Red, white and blue in grand parade

FORKS -- The Fourth of July traditionally is festival time in Forks, and Thursday's event was no different as America celebrated its first birthday since… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Independence Day celebrations start with a parade, end with a blast

PORT ANGELES -- Barbecues, a parade, an evening full of music at City Pier and a dazzling fireworks show highlighted Port Angeles' celebration of America's… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Low Tide Fest offers glimpse at life from the depths

PORT TOWNSEND -- Guided beach walks, sand sculpture contests, "fish printing," and boat and diving demonstrations are some of the high points of Low Tide… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Portions of Fort Worden’s concert included on national TV

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County shared its Independence Day festivities at Fort Worden State Park with visitors from throughout the nation. ABC television crews filmed… Continue reading

Brinnon: Town’s liquor store back in business

The Brinnon Liquor Store reopened for business at a new location Wednesday, more than a month after the business was closed by the state Liquor… Continue reading

Memorial and gathering closes 73-year Lake Crescent mystery

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- A memorial service and family gathering Thursday on the shore of Lake Crescent brought closure to a family tragedy more than… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Convenience store robbed at gunpoint

PORT ANGELES -- The man who held up a convenience store at gunpoint and fled with a handful of cash late Tuesday night continued to… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Jazz legend’s death leaves big gap in Centrum festival

PORT TOWNSEND -- Ray Brown, a legendary jazz bassist who died Tuesday, was slated to perform in Centrum's Jazz Port Townsend festival later this month.… Continue reading

Sequim: Families hosting children of Chernobyl

SEQUIM -- Their twinkling eyes and smiles don't paint an accurate picture of the lives of nine Belarussian children hosted by eight local families for… Continue reading

Clallam County puts upgraded marine patrol boat back on the water

PORT ANGELES -- A Clallam County Sheriff's Department patrol boat is back on the water after a $50,000 upgrade and almost two years in dry… Continue reading

Clallam: Crash prompts U.S. 101 closure

A four-vehicle collision on U.S. Highway 101 six miles west of Sequim injured two people and backed traffic up for miles shortly before 2:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Prosecutor looking for “minority report” on Rowan

Like an echo of Tom Cruise's latest movie, is there a minority report on Bruce Rowan? Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Chris Shea believes there are… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Fiddle Tunes Festival features national treasure of Mexico

PORT TOWNSEND -- Each year, Juan Reynoso travels thousands of miles from his home in Mexico to Port Townsend for one reason: to keep his… Continue reading

Quilcene: Kitsap chase, shooting has link to business in Jefferson County

QUILCENE -- A man fatally shot by Kitsap County sheriff's deputies Monday had worked at a Center Valley Road woodworking business for several weeks. Then… Continue reading