Here’s your Feast of Forks schedule

Here's the entertainment schedule for the Feast of Forks 2002. Friday * 6 p.m. -- Holy Fire Singers * 7 p.m. -- Linda Boyer *… Continue reading

Jefferson: Final chance for candidates to file today

Today is the last chance for candidates to file to run for elected office in Jefferson County this fall. Filing takes place in the auditor's… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sand sculpture stretches toward record height

PORT ANGELES -- The pile of sand inside a wooden frame resembled a giant wedding cake that soared 29 feet 3½ inches tall. If the… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Big Fort Worden building project starts

PORT TOWNSEND -- State legislators and parks officials broke ground Thursday for a $6 million multipurpose dining hall at Fort Worden State Park, the most… Continue reading

Port Townsend: First Peninsula visit of Paddle Journey on Monday

PORT TOWNSEND -- For the Makah, it will be a return to the shore on which their canoes traditionally landed for hundreds of years. For… Continue reading

West End: Area busting at the seams with activity

The West End will be bustling this weekend. The Feast of Forks, the annual Forks Fly-in airplane event, hydroplane boat races in Beaver, a softball… Continue reading

Clallam: Olympic Medical Center unveils strategic plan

PORT ANGELES -- A strategic plan to guide Olympic Medical Center through 2005 has been unveiled and will be the subject of a public hearing… Continue reading

Clallam: Prosecuting attorney race heats up

PORT ANGELES -- The race for Clallam County prosecuting attorney is heating up with incumbent Chris Shea's re-election bid. Shea, a Democrat, announced Wednesday that… Continue reading

Forks: Quillayute Valley School Board approves budget

FORKS -- The Quillayute Valley School Board approved a $10.35 million budget for fiscal 2002-03 during a meeting Tuesday night. The budget is based on… Continue reading

Jazz Port Townsend begins today

PORT TOWNSEND -- Cool jazz may be the antidote for another warm day in Jefferson County today as the state's largest summer jazz festival gets… Continue reading

Jefferson: District 3 commissioner race adds candidates

The race for the Jefferson County commissioner seat in District 3 got more crowded Wednesday, with two more candidates filing for placement on the ballot.… Continue reading

Peninsula: College basketball coach resigns

PORT ANGELES -- Pat Foley, head men's basketball coach at Peninsula College the past two years, has resigned his position. Foley, who has been with… Continue reading

Peninsula: Race emerges for 24th District legislative seat

One race has emerged so far in the state's 24th Legislative District, which includes Clallam and Jefferson counties and part of Grays Harbor County. Former… Continue reading

Peninsula: State confirms temporary Hood Canal ferry when bridge out

PORT LUDLOW -- The state Department of Transportation is going ahead with plans to build a temporary ferry terminal at South Point to serve passengers… Continue reading

West End: Sen. Murray to visit Aug. 9

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray will be the guest of honor during an Aug. 9 ground-breaking ceremony for the "Sappho Gap"' project. The ceremony to link… Continue reading

Clallam: Canadian country star booked to headline fair

PORT ANGELES -- A Canadian singer-songwriter will heat up this summer's Clallam County Fair. Country artist Carolyn Dawn Johnson, who recently went Canadian gold with… Continue reading

Clallam: Three more file for fall elections

Three more candidates filed for office Tuesday with the Clallam County Auditor's Office. Incumbent County Commissioner Mike Doherty, D-Port Angeles, filed for re-election. He is… Continue reading

Clallam: Voters to decide on sales tax increase

Clallam County voters will decide later this summer whether to boost the sales tax from 8.2 percent to 8.3 percent to increase local law and… Continue reading

Jefferson: County commissioners OK saltwater intrusion ordinance

Jefferson County commissioners approved an ordinance Tuesday to combat saltwater intrusion in wells. After three hours of discussion, commissioners grudgingly approved an ordinance that must… Continue reading

Jefferson: Two incumbents among three who file candidacies

Three candidates, including, two incumbents, filed Tuesday to run for elected office in Jefferson County this fall. Treasurer Judi Morris, a Republican, filed for re-election,… Continue reading