Port Angeles: Few attending murder trial

PORT ANGELES -- The community has waited more than two years for a verdict, but the courtroom has remained remarkably empty since Thomas Martin Roberts'… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Roberts trial testimony focuses on weapons found in killer’s house

PORT ANGELES -- Testimony Wednesday in Thomas Martin Roberts' murder trial revealed technical evidence that may indicate Roberts knew what he was doing after he… Continue reading

Sequim: Dungeness River flow at an all-time record low

Water flow levels in the Dungeness River were at their all-time recorded low Wednesday. According to U.S. Geological Survey data, the streamflow was only 62… Continue reading

West End: Guides to protest tribal netting today on Quillayute

Although the state has closed the Quillayute River to fishing, some West End anglers will be hitting the water near the mouth of the river… Continue reading

Yellow submarine tested in Port Townsend waters

PORT TOWNSEND -- There was no Ringo, John, George, or Paul, but there was a yellow submarine Wednesday in Port Townsend Bay. The 40-foot submarine… Continue reading

Brinnon: School opens new computer lab

BRINNON -- Significant improvements to the Brinnon School -- from the low-tech to the high-tech -- were celebrated at a dedication ceremony Tuesday. A new… Continue reading

Clallam auditor not a CPA, state official says

PORT ANGELES -- Incumbent Clallam County Auditor Cathleen McKeown has misrepresented her professional credentials to the public for the past 15 years. But McKeown says… Continue reading

Clallam: Judge hopefuls debate court fines, fees collection

SEQUIM -- District 1 Court Judge John Doherty and his re-election opponent, Rick Porter, squared off again over their differences about collecting fines, this time… Continue reading

Clallam: Makah tribe changes chairman –

NEAH BAY -- Nathan Tyler will head the Makah Tribal Council following Gordon Smith's resignation. The council officially accepted Smith's resignation Tuesday after he said… Continue reading

Clallam: Man arrested for arson facing theft, other charges

CARLSBORG -- The Agnew man accused of starting two fires Sunday in vacant dwellings was charged Tuesday in Clallam County Superior Court with different crimes.… Continue reading

Clallam: More than 6,000 voters listed as inactive

Wondering why you haven't received your mail-in ballot for the general election? You could be one of thousands of Clallam County residents whose voter registration… Continue reading

Clallam: State highway spraying plan met with skepticism

PORT ANGELES -- State Department of Transportation officials unrolled a new weed control plan during the Clallam County Noxious Weed Control Board meeting Tuesday. But… Continue reading

Jefferson: Housing Authority commissioner alleges mismanagement

PORT TOWNSEND -- A Jefferson County Housing Authority commissioner is threatening to resign because of alleged agency financial mismanagement. Housing Commissioner Michael Hyland said Monday… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City Council opposes 2 state initiatives

PORT ANGELES --Statewide initiatives 790 and 776 will not get any endorsement from the City Council. Members voicing concern about the measures' financial impacts on… Continue reading

Testimony recounts “bizarre” discussions after deputy’s killing

PORT ANGELES -- conversations with Thomas Martin Roberts were "bizarre"' and random in the hours after he shot Deputy Wally Davis, two officers told a… Continue reading

West End: Some guides to protest Quileute net fishing –

FORKS -- Some West End fishing guides are planning to protest Quileute net fishing Thursday, saying ongoing Quillayute River harvest by tribal members proves they… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Arrest may solve arson fires, thefts and burglaries, deputies say

CARLSBORG -- Clallam County Sheriff's Department officials say arson fires in two vacant dwellings Sunday, a car theft and more than 20 car prowls and… Continue reading

Port Angeles: “Tom shot Deputy Wally Davis,” Roberts’ defense says in opening day of murder trial

PORT ANGELES -- Thomas Martin Roberts killed a Clallam County sheriff's deputy two years ago, his defense attorney told a jury Monday at the start… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Audible pedestrian signals installed at three intersections

PORT ANGELES -- Peep peep peep. Coo coo coo. People at three city intersections are now hearing a "peep peep" or a "coo coo" when… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Council seeks public input on two initiatives

PORT ANGELES -- The City Council wants to hear about what the public thinks about two statewide initiatives on the Nov. 5 ballot. The council… Continue reading