Clallam: Jimmycomelately Creek restoration work looms

BLYN -- Restoration of Jimmycomelately Creek is expected to get under way in the coming days and continue into November. Jamestown S"Klallam tribe, state Department… Continue reading

PA won’t file charges in improper-flag flaps

PORT ANGELES -- No charges will be filed against two owners of flags initially deemed improper and they will be allowed to keep their flags,… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: CANOE CARVERS CLOSE TO WEEKEND DEADLINE

PORT ANGELES -- Carvers hurrying to finish a canoe for the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe are feeling the pressure of a looming deadline. With a… Continue reading

Brinnon: Longtime fire chief remembered

BRINNON -- More than 100 family members, firefighters, friends and community leaders gathered Saturday at the Brinnon Community Church to say good-bye to a man… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Port Orchard woman hospitalized after crash with deputy

CARLSBORG -- A Port Orchard woman was in satisfactory Saturday condition at Seattle's Harborview Medical Center after her vehicle collided with a sheriff's patrol car… Continue reading

Port Angeles: How German police led to local man’s possible charges Monday

PORT ANGELES -- A computer lead seven months ago from German National Police could put a local man on the stand for allegedly stashing pornographic… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Lawsuit vowed by lodge owner on hotel/conference center project

PORT ANGELES -- The owner of the second largest hotel in Port Angeles vows to go to court if necessary to derail the proposed downtown… Continue reading

Sequim: Girl, 11, gets leading role in children’s movie

SEQUIM -- When 11-year-old Jennifer Lancheros watches a movie, she sees herself on the big screen. She thinks she could be that character. "When I… Continue reading

What it’s like at the highest point on the Peninsula.

A whirling snowstorm surrounds us at the summit of the tallest peak in the Olympics. My guides say it's the worst weather they've ever experienced… Continue reading

Brinnon: Military exercises safe in Dabob Bay, Hood Canal, report says

BRINNON -- Military operations in Dabob Bay and parts of the Hood Canal pose no significant environmental impacts, a recently released Navy report concluds. The… Continue reading

Clallam: Charter review panel wants to make all elected county offices partisan

Proposals to elect the Clallam County community development director and to covert all elected county offices to partisan posts moved a step closer to the… Continue reading

Peninsula: Animal group seeks to ban fishing in state parks

A nationwide pro-animal organization is trying to do away with fishing in Washington state parks. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) sent a… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Olympic Medical Center in top 1 percent of U.S. hospitals

PORT ANGELES -- Olympic Medical Center is among the top 1 percent of hospitals across the nation when it comes to quality of care. A… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Coalition looking for evidence of salmon above falls

PORT LUDLOW -- It was a long time ago, before houses lined the shore, before the marina was built, before the lumber mill closed. The… Continue reading

Blyn: Jimmycomelately Creek restoration excavation set to begin today

The Jimmycomelately Creek restoration project in Blyn begins the next stage today at 1 p.m. when excavation for the new and restored creek bed begins.… Continue reading

Clallam gets two weapons in the fight against terrorism

PORT ANGELES -- It looks like a radar gun, runs on six "C" batteries and can detect chemical warfare agents in the atmosphere. And now… Continue reading

Peninsula: Weather expected to be nice, but cooler, for rest of week

A record high temperature at the Quillayute Airport near Forks this week was the local highlight of two days of unusually warm weather for the… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City poised to seek noise ordinance again

PORT TOWNSEND -- Members of a City Council committee got their first look at a proposed noise ordinance Wednesday and heard from several citizens in… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Is $3.7 million for a City Hall annex worth it? Yes, city committee told

PORT TOWNSEND -- Worried about rising cost estimates for a City Hall annex, City Council members met Wednesday to figure out whether a $3.7 million… Continue reading

Sequim: Mower ignites grass fire

SEQUIM -- An attempt to reduce a fire hazard ended in a blaze Wednesday afternoon when a mower blade struck a rock and ignited a… Continue reading