TO YOUR HEALTH: Free clinic a popular point for Dungneess Valley’s needy patients

EDITOR's NOTE: - Second of a two-part series that began Sunday. SEQUIM -- The popular perception of Sequim is that it never rains and most… Continue reading

TO YOUR HEALTH: Poorest community lacks free care clinic

Editor's note: - This article and an accompanying one on the Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness clinic complete a two-part series on free care opportunities… Continue reading

Agnew landlord faces charges for alleged voyeurism

AGNEW -- A tenant using a shared restroom at a Heuhslein Road address last week discovered a small video camera imbedded in the wall near… Continue reading

Be sure to stop by the PDN booth at the Home Show in Port Angeles today

Nearly 180 exhibitors are on hand today, Sunday, at the Port Angeles High School gyms for the 21st annual Home Show presented by the Clallam… Continue reading

Elwha seek lower rate for proposed sewer hook-up

PORT ANGELES -- Lower Elwha Klallam tribal representatives and city officials will discuss Monday whether the tribe should be charged the residential or industrial rate… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Councilwoman challenges fairness of ethics board

PORT TOWNSEND -- Whether two contested members of a city ethics board will remain seated could be decided by the third member of the panel.… Continue reading

Still no break in mystery of missing woman after 33 years

PORT ANGELES -- Bertha Louise Burke disappeared almost 33 years ago to the day, and police on Friday hoped an excavation for her body might… Continue reading

Another use for duct tape – — – formal fashions

PORT ANGELES -- Two high school students are proving duct tape can be used for just about anything. Best friends Jessica Gustafson and Jeremiah McGuffey,… Continue reading

Be sure to stop by the PDN booth at the Home Show in Port Angeles this weekend

Nearly 180 exhibitors will be on hand Saturday and Sunday at the Port Angeles High School gym for the 21st annual Home Show presented by… Continue reading

Cancer survivor brings relay to West End

FORKS -- When Paul Headley finished the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life survivors' lap almost two years ago in Port Angeles, he began dreaming… Continue reading

Cougar sightings bring alert at Fort Worden

PORT TOWNSEND -- A cougar alert has been issued at Fort Worden State Park, warning visitors to use caution when camping or hiking, especially with… Continue reading

Marrowstone seawater intrusion issue needs more study, committee says

PORT HADLOCK -- Jefferson County officials should determine how big of a problem seawater intrusion is on Marrowstone Island before restricting any water use, says… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Missing woman search continues today

Port Angeles police and an FBI team will continue their search today for the remains of a woman who disappeared 33 years ago. The team… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Westport seeks city permit for yacht-building complex

PORT ANGELES -- Westport Shipyard has applied for a city building permit for the yacht manufacturing facility the company has proposed for three waterfront acres… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge closed early Tuesday

Hood Canal Bridge will be closed to traffic for five hours early next Tuesday for maintenance. According to the state Department of Transportation, the bridge… Continue reading

Port Angeles has “lots of work” before developing fluoridation timeline

PORT ANGELES -- City officials have to develop a timeline for installation of a water fluoridation system. "There's lots of work to be done before… Continue reading

Port Townsend businessman to testify today in Olympia on behalf of electric cars

PORT TOWNSEND -- A local resident will ask a senate committee in Olympia today to back two bills legalizing the use of four-wheeled electric vehicles… Continue reading

Sequim to consider fluoridation next

SEQUIM -- The next North Olympic Peninsula city to consider fluoridating drinking water is Sequim. Mayor Walt Schubert requested a study of adding fluoride to… Continue reading

Timber technology: “Geeks and trees”

PORT ANGELES -- Timber today is felled using the cutting edge of technology more than chainsaws. Whether it's harvesting trees in the woods or cutting… Continue reading

Clallam Bay: Brother athletes pace high school team

CLALLAM BAY -- Danny Angulo swings through the locker room door wearing a yellow-and-purple Lakers jersey. Twice he dribbles a basketball between his legs, then… Continue reading