Port Angeles: New art reaches downtown

PORT ANGELES -- It's like having an open air art museum in your back yard. For the third consecutive year, the Port Angeles Downtown Association's… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Teen remembered by family, friends

PORT ANGELES -- Michael Andrew Sindars spent Wednesday celebrating his grandfather's 70th birthday. He shared cake with his grandfather, Robert Sindars of Port Angeles. That… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Waterfront event offers spectators view of spills and chills on the water

PORT ANGELES --Dwarfed by mighty tankers, a flurry of racers push their one-man power skis to the limits. Roostertails leave rippled traces of the racers'… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Centrum gets the blues

BY Nancy Rudolph PORT TOWNSEND -- Blues -- day and night -- gets red hot in Port Townsend when the Centrum Blues and Heritage Festival… Continue reading

  • Jun 29, 2001

Sequim to celebrate Fourth of July early

America's 225th birthday will be celebrated Sunday in Sequim, instead of on July 4. The Museum and Arts Center will sponsor an old-fashioned community picnic… Continue reading

Carlsborg: County commissioners upholds church’s dormitory

Clallam County commissioners have upheld a hearings examiner's decision allowing Kings Way Foursquare Church to lease its property near Sequim. Neighbors had appealed Examiner Ted… Continue reading

Forks: Town rallies for Coast Guard

BY Gretchen Harnack FORKS -- Civic leaders embraced the Coast Guard's Quillayute River station Wednesday in a strong show of support to keep the base… Continue reading

  • Jun 28, 2001

Peninsula: Power rate increases to be lower than predicted

Bonneville Power Administration officials said Wednesday that their energy customers on the Peninsula and elsewhere can expect a wholesale rate increase much lower than previously… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Navy dry dock could be moved to Peninsula

PORT ANGELES --Officials say it is possible to move a U.S. Navy dry dock from Portland, Ore., to the Port of Port Angeles. But they… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Blues festival to begin

PORT TOWNSEND -- Sitting on the front porch of the Fort Worden Schoolhouse building, Steve Cheseborough and two other blues guitarists deftly pick and strum… Continue reading

Quilcene: Murder trial may be delayed

A Quilcene man charged with murder may have his trial delayed until September. Robert Stoner, 54, was originally slated to be tried this month for… Continue reading

Clallam County’s newest park officially opened

CARLSBORG -- What used to be a playground for Carryl Ogden and her brothers has been opened as the newest park in Clallam County. "I'm… Continue reading

LaPush: Quileute Tribe to build gym

The Quileute School will break ground at 10 a.m. Thursday on a planned $4 million gymnasium to be built in the shape of a tribal… Continue reading

Peninsula Briefly: Clallam OKs 2nd farmers market in PA

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County commissioners unanimously approved a lease agreement with the Port Angeles Farmers Market on Tuesday. Under the agreement, farmers market vendors… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Cloth items stuffed in toilets causes a big stink at jail

PORT ANGELES -- The Clallam County jail has been cleaned up after two days of sewage backups. Acting Undersheriff Margaret Farmer said Tuesday that authorities… Continue reading

Port Townsend: First of three businesses damaged in fire reopening this weekend

PORT TOWNSEND -- A business seriously damaged in the McCurdy building fire earlier this month is set to reopen Saturday. The Sandcastle children's store at… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Time capsule to give the future a peek to the past

PORT TOWNSEND -- When Seb Eggert and his crew build a staircase or mantel, he likes to hide a little something inside -- a bottle… Continue reading

Sequim: Harrop-Schumacher a divisional golf leader in state amateurs

SEQUIM -- Dungeness Golf & Country Club member Pat Harrop-Schumacher is leading the Senior Division of the eighth annual Washington State Women's Amateur Championships after… Continue reading

West End: Makah donate 20,000 pounds of fish to food bank, Salvation Army

PORT ANGELES -- The Makah tribe has donated 20,000 pounds of yellowtail rock fish to the city's food bank and to the local Salvation Army.… Continue reading

Forks: Tacoma man, juvenile lead authorities on foot chases

FORKS -- A tip from LaPush authorities about a possible mini-mart robbery led Forks police on two chases and an arrest during the weekend. Clallam… Continue reading