Fire damages Port Angeles home

PORT ANGELES -- A one-story house was heavily damaged by fire Saturday afternoon. No one was injured in the blaze at 126 W. 13th Street.… Continue reading

FORKS: Carpenters protest inmate labor

FORKS -- Nearly a dozen carpenters protested inmate labor Friday morning at a project they said could provide jobs for those not incarcerated. Union and… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Chamber seeks help funding fireworks

PORT ANGELES -- Chamber of Commerce officials are looking for the public to support their efforts to improve this year's Independence Day celebration. That support… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Columbia Pictures to pay for bus service during filming

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jennifer Lopez won't be the only one treated like a Hollywood star when filming for the movie "Enough" comes to town June… Continue reading

SEQUIM: COMMITMENT TO NATURAL HISTORY AND EDUCATION CENTER

SEQUIM -- A long-term commitment to plan and develop a natural history and environmental education center in Railroad Bridge Park has been reaffirmed. Representatives of… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Couple interrupt burglar

SEQUIM -- A couple returned to their Happy Valley Road home about 6:30 p.m. Saturday to discover a broken window and a man inside their… Continue reading

CLALLAM: New county commissioner district boundaries approved

It's official -- residents living in the Blue Mountain, Monterra, East Fairview and Agnew voting precincts will cast ballots for the District No. 2 Clallam… Continue reading

FORKS: Teen charged in year-old case

Almost one year after a Forks High School student was hospitalized following a fight in the school's cafeteria, prosecutors say they're charging the teen-ager accused… Continue reading

JEFFERSON: Drug use not taken seriously, teens say in survey

PORT TOWNSEND -- Teen-agers in Jefferson County don't think their parents take drug use seriously. That is one finding of the recently published Student Survey… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Workshop could help power users save energy

A free Alternative Energy Workshop this weekend could help power users save electricity and money. The workshop is planned for Saturday from 10 a.m. to… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: A chance to stand guard at filming

This is a help-wanted announcement with an unusual twist: the opportunity for security guards to serve and protect the movie "Enough"' when the Jennifer Lopez… Continue reading

BRINNON: Residents use Demo Party meeting to vent about policies forged in Port Townsend

> BRINNON -- Trying to forge closer South County ties, the Jefferson County Democratic Central Committee hosted a meeting Tuesday in Brinnon to listen to… Continue reading

Ferry officials explain increases to riders

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Ferry workers almost outnumbered passengers Wednesday as they rode the Keystone-Port Townsend run to discuss fare increases that go into effect… Continue reading

FORKS: Police continue search for shooting suspect

> Police searched two mobile homes on Calawah Way late Tuesday, but were unable to locate a shooting suspect. The suspect, 30-year-old Lombardo Ceja-Gomez, is… Continue reading

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK: Official hopes promised Bush funds will aid maintenance

> Olympic National Park Superintendent Dave Morris hopes some of the $5 billion President Bush promised Wednesday for recreational improvements will find its way to… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Local woman working in Africa

> Susan MacDonald always dreamed of traveling to Africa. On May 16, the 1993 Port Angeles High School graduate's dream came true when she left… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Do you look like Jennifer Lopez?

> Even if you don't have "Enough" of what it takes to make it as an extra on Jennifer Lopez's new movie, there is still… Continue reading

WEST END: Clallam Bay clinic losing medic to naval duty

> CLALLAM BAY -- Certified Physician Assistant Tom Hughes, Clallam Bay Medical Clinic director for more than four years, is being recalled to active duty… Continue reading

`PEARL HARBOR” AWAKENS MEMORIES

> When the radar image of the first wave of attacking Japanese airplanes in "Pearl Harbor" is mistaken for a group of American B-17 bombers,… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Commissioners approve contract for new administrator

> Dan Engelbertson is officially Clallam County's new administrator. Following a Tuesday public hearing, Clallam County commissioners approved a two-year contract for Engelbertson. Three other… Continue reading