RV park owner meets the Hollywood we don’t see

PORT ANGELES -- Moviegoers spend millions of dollars to watch the work of highly-paid actors. However, most don't get to watch the work of all… Continue reading

Chimacum: Teacher pleads guilty to stealing school band money

PORT TOWNSEND -- Former Chimacum High School band teacher David R. Jones will be confined to his residence for one month for stealing more than… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Makah seek federal funding for whaling manager

NEAH BAY -- The Makah tribe's request for federal funding for fisheries research will also include management for future whaling activity. In addition to its… Continue reading

Peninsula families watch, wait for kin in Afghan war

The images of the war in Afghanistan are hard to shake. Even more so for those who have loved ones involved in the conflict. When… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Schools, assisted living center locked down while police search for alleged burglars

PORT ANGELES -- Two young men are in Clallam County jail facing possible burglary charges following a manhunt and school lockdown. Police booked Michael Moyle,… Continue reading

Rep. Dicks says he”ll focus on Peninsula jobs

U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks told crowds of residents in Port Angeles and Port Townsend on Saturday that his one of his main priorities this year… Continue reading

Sequim: Doctors to get financial boost from Olympic Medical Center

SEQUIM -- Olympic Medical Center will provide financial assistance to two doctors in Virginia Mason's soon-to-close Sequim clinic in an effort to get them to… Continue reading

Narcotics agents raid homes near Port Angeles, Joyce

PORT ANGELES -- Officials have finished cleaning up two apparent methamphetamine production labs between Port Angeles and Joyce, including a "super lab" they say produced… Continue reading

Peninsula: Rep. Dicks to hold community forums Saturday

Congressman Norm Dicks, will host town meetings Saturday in Port Angeles and Port Townsend. Dicks, D-Bremerton, is encouraging residents to attend the meetings to discuss… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Annexation recommendation could be months away

PORT ANGELES -- The City Council probably won't consider an annexation recommendation for a few more months, City Manager Michael Quinn told an audience at… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Architect ready to move ahead with Gateway project

PORT ANGELES -- The downtown Gateway transit center could become a reality as soon as June 2003. It all depends on when construction can start,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Visitor bureau meets, discusses past personnel issues

PORT ANGELES -- The new North Olympic Peninsula Visitor & Convention Bureau board has only met once and it's already facing a potential personnel dispute.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Two Jefferson Transit workers to drive buses for 2002 Winter Olympics

PORT TOWNSEND -- Two Jefferson Transit bus drivers who are used to long stops and sparse passengers will get a whole new experience driving buses… Continue reading

Quilcene: High school student leading levy effort

QUILCENE -- A 16-year-old student is spearheading the effort to get voter support for a two-year, $480,000 maintenance and operations levy. Registered voters in the… Continue reading

Jefferson: Officials say response plans exempt from public disclosure laws

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County has decided to use an untested law to keep secret emergency preparedness plans concerning terrorism. County Administrator Charles Saddler said… Continue reading

Jefferson: Public records, meetings laws discussed

PORT TOWNSEND -- About 70 elected and appointed public officials and government watchdogs attended a workshop Wednesday about state laws governing open public meetings and… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Input sought on Graves Creek Road reconstruction

Olympic National Park officials are hoping the public can help develop a plan to repair or relocate Graves Creek Road. The six-mile road, located in… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Gateway transit center, annexation hearings tonight

PORT ANGELES -- With a downtown conference center now moving toward reality, two other major city projects -- annexation and the Gateway transit center --… Continue reading

Sequim: Levy failure could reflect on town, officials say

SEQUIM -- For John Lebowitz, the double failure of the schools maintenance and operations levy last year raised a red flag about moving here with… Continue reading

West End: Makah request for $1.2 million boat angers anti-whaling groups

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It lists for $1.2 million, has an oceangoing range of 200 miles and comes equipped with twin 450-horsepower diesels, a global positioning… Continue reading

  • Jan 17, 2002
  • The Associated Press