JEFFERSON: Jefferson Mental Health drops contract with support network

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Dwindling federal and state dollars and increasing administrative requirements have convinced the Jefferson Mental Health Services board it can no longer… Continue reading

Juan de Fuca Festival offers `rich and full” experience

> By Cynthia Jones PORT ANGELES -- The Juan de Fuca Festival of Arts makes for a rich and full experience, according to one musician… Continue reading

  • May 27, 2001

PORT ANGELES: Minesweepers dock at T-Pier

> BY Cynthia Jones PORT ANGELES -- Tourists boarding the two minesweepers Saturday at T-Pier were greeted by Seaman Ernesto Flores, who wore a smile… Continue reading

  • May 27, 2001

PORT TOWNSEND: Kestle Riley wins state title in 300-meter hurdles

> CHENEY -- Port Townsend junior Kestle Riley won the 2A state title in the 300-meter hurdles at Woodward Stadium this weekend. Riley, who placed… Continue reading

SEQUIM: “Wild and woolly” Monday at sheep fest

> SEQUIM -- Things could get "wild and woolly" Monday in Carrie Blake Park if the Olympic Peninsula Sheep Association has its way. The association's… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Interim manager to deliver final `state of the city” address

> SEQUIM -- Interim City Manager Stan McNutt will present his final "state of the city" address Tuesday to the City Council. The City Council… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Medal of Honor recipient honored posthumously in Memorial Day ceremony

> After 57 years, the Medal of Honor heroism of Richard B. Anderson will be recognized in a Memorial Day ceremony in Port Angeles on… Continue reading

Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts highlights weekend

> By Nancy Rudolph Juan de Fuca Festival fever begins today and will keep going throughout the Memorial Day weekend. With more than 125 lively… Continue reading

  • May 25, 2001

PENINSULA ROUNDUP: Patriotic ceremonies on Memorial Day

> Flags will fly and bagpipes will wail as veterans are remembered Monday. Memorial Day will be celebrated in veterans' centers, parks and cemeteries throughout… Continue reading

PENINSULA: More couples living together out of wedlock, Census says

> More North Olympic Peninsula couples are living together instead of getting married. They, and married couples, are also breaking up leaving more unwed mothers… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Warm temperatures melting Olympic Mountains snow

> Warm weather and low snowfall has parts of the Olympic Mountains looking like it's summer. The snow is receding to expose wildflowers, marmot holes… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: High school track star makes third state finals appearance

> PORT ANGELES -- Holly Diimmel knows what state championship track and field meets are all about. The Port Angeles High School junior today makes… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Port still awaiting cause report for fire

> An insurance investigator's report on the cause of a hangar fire at William R. Fairchild International Airport is not expected for at least a… Continue reading

PORT HADLOCK: Aerial spraying in Jefferson County forests

> Spring aerial spraying continues as Jefferson County forest landowners and managers apply herbicides by helicopter. Herbicides used are Clean Crop LV6 (2,4-D), and Garlon… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Fire district gets new assistant chief

> SEQUIM -- Al Knobbs doesn't have difficulty understanding his job as the newest assistant fire chief in Clallam County Fire District No. 3. For… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Undersheriff decision a month away

> Clallam County Sheriff Joe Hawe said a decision on whether to replace Undersheriff Dan Engelbertson is about a month away. Engelbertson will start his… Continue reading

Hundreds try to get jobs as extras in Port Townsend movie

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Who knows? A future Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman or Jennifer Lopez could have been in line Wednesday. Hundreds of people queued… Continue reading

PENINSULA: State looking at future of Route 104

> KINGSTON -- Traffic congestion occurs regularly between the Hood Canal Bridge and the Kingston ferry dock, and it's going to get a lot worse… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: City Council endorses Qwest plan

> PORT ANGELES -- The City Council has endorsed a plan by Qwest Communications to enter the long-distance telephone business. The company, formerly U S… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Navy minesweepers arrive Friday

> PORT ANGELES -- The city will return to its naval heritage Friday when two minesweepers arrive for the Memorial Day weekend. The minesweepers USS… Continue reading