Kids taste the joy of sailing

PORT ANGELES -- The wet sponge went flying and the two young girls squealed with delight as it fell between them in their sailboat, seawater… Continue reading

Peninsula Briefly: Grad party drinking leads to 34 arrests

Clallam County sheriff's deputies arrested 34 minors last week at graduation-related parties. Undersheriff Joe Martin said suspects were arrested at two separate parties June 19… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Algerian caught with explosives to testify against alleged terrorist pal

The Algerian convicted of trying to smuggle powerful explosives off a ferry into Port Angeles will be the star witness at the trial of an… Continue reading

Quilcene: Man killed by car described as a “gentle” person

QUILCENE -- Friends of Gregory Callahan remembered the longtime Quilcene resident Monday as a "gentle" person. The Washington State Patrol continued Monday to investigate Callahan's… Continue reading

Sequim: Council poised to rezone 53 acres for higher density

SEQUIM -- Property owner Leo Shipley has won another round in his application for the rezoning of 53 acres of land on the west boundary… Continue reading

Peninsula: Three wastewater plants earn perfect grades

The wastewater-treatment plants in Forks, Sequim and Port Townsend are among 25 such facilities in Washington that are 100 percent in compliance with their state… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Downtown becomes a new gallery

BY Tristan Baurick PORT ANGELES -- The third annual "Art on the Town" streetscape project is set to unveil 30 new sculptures throughout downtown. Beginning… Continue reading

  • Jun 25, 2001

Quilcene: Man lying on U.S. 101 killed; driver flees scene

QUILCENE -- A 36-year-old man was killed early Sunday morning after he was struck and run over by a car on U.S. Highway 101 near… Continue reading

Where the field of study parallels your lunch

BY Tristan Baurick PORT ANGELES -- The Fiero Marine Life Center is offering summer science lessons to kids where geology is more than a subject… Continue reading

  • Jun 25, 2001

Port Angeles: A real iguana story

Stuart McColl had his Father's Day present almost six days before it climbed 45 feet up a tree. Jack, 7, and Ted, 6, bought their… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Police buy new patrol cars from local dealership

By Tristan Baurick PORT ANGELES -- Police have bought three new Chevrolet Impalas from a local dealer to use as patrol cars. Purchased from Bill… Continue reading

  • Jun 24, 2001

Port Ludlow: Resort sale may be finalized this week

PORT LUDLOW -- A San Francisco-based company is poised to take over operations of the Port Ludlow Resort this week. HCV Partners hopes to close… Continue reading

Port Townsend celebrates 150th anniversary of its founding this year

The sesquicentennial year of Port Townsend will probably be best remembered by the recent visit of actress Jennifer Lopez than any other event, but the… Continue reading

Sequim: Meetings planned on city projects

SEQUIM -- Two joint meetings of the City Council and Planning Commission have been scheduled to bring the public up to date on major projects… Continue reading

West End: Beaver man released from jail following Lake Pleasant incident

A Beaver man was released from custody Friday morning because the incident report detailing his arrest was not turned over to the Clallam County prosecuting… Continue reading

West End: Forks plans Coast Guard Appreciation Day

FORKS -- Wednesday is U.S. Coast Guard Quillayute River Station Appreciation Day in Forks. The ceremonies come during troubled times for the Coast Guard --… Continue reading

Coming Sunday: Port Townsend’s 150th anniversary saluted

Who was "Blanket Bill"' Jarman? What happened in 1893 to bring all enterprises to a crashing halt? What lifted Port Townsend on the eve of… Continue reading

Marrowstone: Ham radio demonstrations at Fort Flagler start Saturday

For the 23rd straight year, Fort Flagler State Park will place host to a ham radio demonstration organized by the Mike and Key Club of… Continue reading

Narrow canyon comes alive with images of “demons”

It doesn't have to be Halloween to see goblins, but it does take imagination. Charles A. Barnes had imagination when he spotted the Goblin Gates… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Budget includes $1.7 million for rescue tug

NEAH BAY -- A rescue tug will be stationed at the mouth of the Strait of Juan de Fuca again next winter to respond to… Continue reading