Dicks to visit U.S. troops wounded in Iraq war

Rep. Norm Dicks, D-Bremerton, and other members of Congress will travel to Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany this weekend to pay tribute to troops… Continue reading

Easter weekend full of egg hunts, bunny visits and events

Hundreds of children are expected to participate in Easter egg hunts, be photographed with the Easter Bunny and share community breakfasts with their families this… Continue reading

Group to ask Port Angeles for dog park

PORT ANGELES -- A man who believes every dog should have a place to run, play and socialize with other dogs is leading a campaign… Continue reading

Owner of poisoned Chimacum herd finally leads surviving heifers to pasture

CHIMACUM -- Dairy farmer Gerald Bishop is happy about being able to lead half of a herd of heifers to a grassy pasture. A month… Continue reading

Port Angeles father to attend services for son killed in Iraq war

Port Angeles resident Brian Reiss is in Chattanooga, Tenn., today, where he will attend the burial of his son, Marine Sgt. Brendon S. Reiss, killed… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Todd Shipyards continues to challenge graving yard

PORT ANGELES -- Seattle-based Todd Pacific Shipyards has urged state and federal permitting agencies to conduct further environmental reviews of the state Department of Transportation's… Continue reading

Sequim: Father shares painful memory of daughter’s death

SEQUIM -- Fighting to maintain his composure, Pete Holden sighed deeply, steeling himself against the pain he was feeling over his daughter's death. Dressed in… Continue reading

Sunrise services mark Easter tradition

Three communities and several churches will hold sunrise services Easter Sunday. The tradition of sunrise services stem from Gospel stories of Jesus Christ's disciples visiting… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center sells nursing home

Olympic Medical Center commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to sell its nursing home in Sequim. Oregon based Avamere Health Services will pay $4.8 million for Olympic… Continue reading

Peninsula: Wilder reappointed to college board

Port Angeles car dealer Dan Wilder has been reappointed to the Peninsula College Board of Trustees by Gov. Gary Locke. The state Senate has confirmed… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Political, civic leaders to be “disabled” for a day

PORT TOWNSEND -- A dozen civic and business leaders will assume a disability next Wednesday to help them understand the hardships of the handicapped. From… Continue reading

Sequim community card being sent local Marine, his fellow troops

SEQUIM -- Real estate broker Carroll French was having fun buying commemorative pins and buttons during the recent kickoff dinner for the Sequim Irrigation Festival… Continue reading

Sequim trucker convicted of all 29 charges connected to cocaine trafficking, money laundering

PORT ANGELES -- Douglas Eugene Baker sat staring straight ahead in the courtroom Wednesday morning as a judge read the jury's verdict: The Sequim man… Continue reading

Shuttle astronaut draws crowd to Scout breakfast

PORT ANGELES -- Former NASA space shuttle astronaut John Fabian of Port Ludlow helped the Mount Olympus District of the Boy Scouts of America raise… Continue reading

Indian Island: Navy unamused over peace activist’s renaming of isle

INDIAN ISLAND -- Call it the Cedar Island Center for Nonviolence and Peace. That's what Jefferson County peace groups are calling Naval Magazine Indian Island.… Continue reading

Joyce: “Daze” royalty to be picked tonight

Two local girls will be named 2003 Joyce Daze royalty tonight to reign over the Aug. 2 festival highlighting blackberries and the rural community. Five… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail route east of Sequim approved

SEQUIM -- Saying it has the most favorable features, Clallam County commissioners unanimously approved the proposed Olympic Discovery Trail route north of U.S. Highway 101… Continue reading

Peninsula: Boaters must now report to Customs in person at a port of entry

The nation's heightened homeland security means more restrictions for recreational boaters returning from Canada to the North Olympic Peninsula. Private boaters now must report in… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Police chief wants parking enforcement expanded for summer

PORT ANGELES -- Police Chief Tom Riepe wants to expand downtown parking enforcement during the peak summer tourist season. Riepe said Tuesday he will present… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Prosecution, defense rest arguments in Sequim cocaine trafficking trial

PORT ANGELES -- The prosecution and defense ended their arguments Tuesday in the trial of accused cocaine dealer Douglas Eugene Baker of Sequim with opposing… Continue reading