Port Angeles: Fluoridation speakers today at PA chamber

Water fluoridation in Port Angeles is the program at the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce's no-host luncheon meeting today. Dr. Steve Chapman, Dr. Todd Irwin,… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Pink flamingo purloined from public school

PORT TOWNSEND -- Students at Mountain View Elementary will be wearing pink today in memory of Pinkey, a popular figure on the school campus who… Continue reading

West End: Dead whale likely hit by ship

LAPUSH -- A Baird's beaked whale that washed up dead on the shore near La Push last week apparently was killed after it was struck… Continue reading

Peninsula: Columbia incident strikes close to home for retired astronaut in Port Ludlow

PORT LUDLOW -- Saturday's loss of the space shuttle Columbia struck close to home for resident John Fabian. Fabian, a former astronaut, was a mission… Continue reading

Port Angeles: PA teen takes first Coast Guard helicopter flight

PORT ANGELES -- Jodie Jones cruised the Western Washington air in a helicopter for the first time Friday morning. But more flights in the 18-year-old's… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Park building begins this spring

PORT ANGELES -- Construction of a new Olympic National Park resources building is set to begin this spring. The single-story office and laboratory building will… Continue reading

Sequim: Council to focus on quality of life, development

SEQUIM -- The City Council will focus on economic development in 2003, in addition to improving infrastructure for businesses and residences, providing effective communications with… Continue reading

Shuttle Columbia pilot McCool no stranger to area

PORT ANGELES -- Astronaut William C. McCool was no stranger to the North Olympic Peninsula. He enjoyed hiking and camping, and over the past 15… Continue reading

West End: Necropsy confirms dead whale a rarely seen species

LAPUSH -- A necropsy performed Thursday on a washed-up whale at Second Beach confirmed the animal is a rarely seen Baird's beaked whale. Moderate to… Continue reading

Clallam Bay: Prison inmate seeks more access to data

CLALLAM BAY -- A Clallam Bay Corrections Center inmate has asked Clallam County Superior Court to expand access he and other inmates have to legal… Continue reading

Clallam: “Bounty and the Beasts” to be fair theme

BY Zeller Westabrook PORT ANGELES -- Resident Kathryn Fridley's homework paid off -- her "Bounty and the Beasts" idea will be the theme of the… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2003

Clallam: United Way recognizes donors, volunteers

PORT ANGELES -- United Way staff on Thursday recognized the volunteers and contributors who have raised $788,469 in the agency's 2002 funding campaign. Officials expect… Continue reading

Container ship escorted to Port Angeles

NEAH BAY -- A rescue tugboat escorted a 540-foot container ship into Port Angeles Harbor on Thursday after the ship suffered engine problems near the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Park building begins this spring

PORT ANGELES -- Construction of a new Olympic National Park resources building is set to begin this spring. The single-story office and laboratory building will… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Parking committee mulls costs, funding

PORT ANGELES -- A revised concept for a second tier on the Gateway Transportation Center project could solve a potential downtown parking shortage even if… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: 12TH WOODEN BOAT REGATTA SET

PORT TOWNSEND -- Landlubbers wanting to try out their sea legs are encouraged to fill open crew spots on sailboats as they race around Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Mother of teen killed in crash speaks to students

PORT TOWNSEND -- Heather L. Holden always said she would learn from her mistakes. But there was one mistake she'll never learn from -- getting… Continue reading

West End: Whale found dead near LaPush

LAPUSH -- A whale that washed up on Second Beach in Olympic National Park may be a rare sight in the Northwest. Scientists believe the… Continue reading

Clallam: A soldier comes home after – Afghanistan tour

PORT ANGELES -- Greg Dotson, like many others in the Army, wanted to see the world. Dotson, who grew up in Port Angeles, did just… Continue reading

Clallam: Shelter near Sol Duc Falls damaged by tree

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- The Canyon Creek Shelter, commonly referred to as the Sol Duc Falls shelter, was damaged this month when a tree fell… Continue reading