Port Angeles: Workers back on job at Crown Pacific mill

PORT ANGELES -- Logs are again running through the North Olympic Peninsula's most advanced sawmill after a two-week slowdown idled 20 workers. "They're running," said… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Federal grant to rebuild fire station OK”d

Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge has approved a $1.8 million hazard mitigation grant for Port Townsend to reconstruct its main fire station. The fire hall… Continue reading

West End: Quileute looking for new police chief

LAPUSH -- The Quileute tribe will seek a new person to head its police department following Chief Rich Christiansen's departure last week. A tribal official… Continue reading

Discovery Bay attraction getting face lift from new owners

DISCOVERY BAY -- A popular Jefferson County roadside attraction is getting a facelift thanks to its new owners. Earney and Schen Callahan purchased Eaglemount Rockeries… Continue reading

Efforts under way to mark Clallam’s 150th birthday in 2004

PORT ANGELES -- Flash forward to a celebration of Clallam County's past: April 26, 2004, marks the 150th year since the county broke away from… Continue reading

Port Angeles: “Cookie” cutters criticized . . . residents call on School Board to reinstate Kalfur

PORT ANGELES -- Students, parents and other residents are calling on the School Board to rescind the district's decision to eliminate the Choice Alternative High… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Old Olympic Highway work advisory

Primo Construction of Carlsborg will resume work Thursday on the portion of Old Olympic Highway between U.S. Highway 101 and Gasman Road. Clallam County Road… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Low tides prompt ferry service changes

PORT TOWNSEND -- Low tides are prompting changes to Port Townsend-Keystone ferry service into early next week. Low tides, in addition to cross currents at… Continue reading

Put on the black patent leather pumps!

Esprit Gala opens its doors to area residents today during its planned Black Shiny Blues event. Area residents can attend the concert featuring Seattle blue… Continue reading

Sequim council to hold shopping center hearing

SEQUIM -- A proposal for a 12-building, 395,000-square-foot shopping center on West Washington Street will be the subject of a public hearing before the City… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Hearing ends on controversial church camp plan

CARLSBORG -- Neighbors of a proposed retreat center and youth camp near Kitchen-Dick Road took their final stand Monday against the project. Clallam County Hearings… Continue reading

Jefferson: Pending murder trial raises questions about courthouse security

PORT TOWNSEND -- A high-profile murder case has county commissioners thinking about security in the Jefferson County Courthouse. Other than signs saying that weapons are… Continue reading

Jefferson: Port Angeles company to build new sheriff’s office in Port Hadlock

PORT TOWNSEND -- A Port Angeles company is the apparent low bidder to build a new sheriff's office and emergency operations center for Jefferson County.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Choice principal post eliminated, but alternative high school to remain open

PORT ANGELES -- School district officials have eliminated the principal position at Choice Community School, but say the alternative high school will remain open at… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Transportation center could be out to bid by mid-October

PORT ANGELES -- If the architects get the OK by June 1 and follow-up decisions are made quickly, the International Gateway Transportation Center could be… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Dummy cop now has a dummy companion

PORT TOWNSEND -- Smoky? Sparky? Torch? These are just a few of the entries in a contest to find a name for Officer Bob Wire's… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Two City Council incumbents won’t seek re-election; two others uncertain

PORT TOWNSEND -- Of four City Council seats up for election in November, there might not be an incumbent in any of them afterward. Two… Continue reading


PORT HADLOCK -- When Dan Beary walks forward to receive his Eagle Scout medal, he won't have to look far to see the project he… Continue reading

Peninsula: Driver survives crash into power pole

A 43-year-old Sequim man was injured Saturday night when the vehicle he was driving left the road and hit a power pole. Edwin Anderson was… Continue reading

Peninsula: Groups protest scouts’ logging plan

BRINNON -- With support mounting to save Pulali Point, a group of neighbors is poised to take steps to prevent the regional Boys Scouts council… Continue reading