Carlsborg: Fire station renovations nearly finished

CARLSBORG -- Renovations on the Fire District No. 3 station are nearing completion. The renovated station, set to open Sept. 10, will house three full-time… Continue reading

Chimacum: High school band teacher accused of gambling away kids” money

CHIMACUM -- Chimacum High School band teacher David Jones faces first-degree theft charges for allegedly gambling away approximately $4,000 in band funds. Jones was arrested… Continue reading

Four boaters missing near LaPush

LAPUSH -- Four Eastern Washington men are missing after their capsized boat was discovered Thursday morning off Little James Island. Coast Guard officials believe the… Continue reading

Look for voter guide in Sunday’s PDN

This Sunday's editior will have a special four-page election section focusing on the primary races in Clallam and Jefferson counties. The section -- which will… Continue reading

Peninsula: Patrols increased for holiday weekend

Law enforcement agencies Peninsula-wide will be on the hunt for traffic violations this Labor Day Weekend. Every available State Patrol trooper in Clallam and Jefferson… Continue reading

Peninsula: September the month to see artworks

By Geri Zanon The new month brings new art exhibits to galleries across the North Olympic Peninsula. Wild Womyn Gallery, 252 Tyler St., Port Townsend,… Continue reading

  • Aug 31, 2001

Port Angeles: Coast Guard donates computers to schools

PORT ANGELES -- The School District has received a donation of 66 computers from the U.S. Coast Guard, just in time for the start of… Continue reading

West End: Quillayute River Coast Guard station’s fate still uncertain

LAPUSH -- The fate of Coast Guard Station Quillayute River remains undecided despite two major search and rescue operations in the last two weeks. Capt.… Continue reading

Clallam: More legal wranglings over proposed Critical Areas Ordinance initiative

The legal wranglings over a citizens initiative to repeal the county Critical Areas Ordinance continued Wednesday with an attorney representing two environmental groups asking for… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Waterfront Trail could be torn up during Ediz Hook utility project

PORT ANGELES -- A project to put utility lines underground along Ediz Hook could mean tearing up 1,900 feet of the Waterfront Trail for two… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Aircraft museum proposed

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County International Airport will become home to the Port Townsend AeroMuseum if supporters have their way. AeroMuseum supporters and planning for… Continue reading

Sequim: “Take a Picture Day” planned

SEQUIM -- Just point and click. That's what the Sequim Museum and Arts Center is asking everyone with a camera to do as part of… Continue reading

Sequim: Fire district develops burn permit program

SEQUIM -- Clallam County Fire District No. 3 has instituted a new permit process for residential outdoor burning. Residents burning debris are now required to… Continue reading

Work progressing on waterfront park in Port Angeles

An observation deck, access to the Port Angeles Waterfront Trail and other amenities may make a new park being constructed at the foot of Francis… Continue reading

Clallam: Forum gives public first look at PA council, port, hospital candidates

The public got a chance Tuesday night to hear from candidates running in the primary election for seats on the Port of Port Angeles and… Continue reading

Peninsula: Board invalidates Washington’s controversial shoreline rule

OLYMPIA -- An independent hearing board has scrapped Washington state's controversial new shoreline rules, heeding complaints from disgruntled property owners and setting the stage for… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Pastor “devastated” over accident in which pedestrian is killed

PORT ANGELES -- "There was nothing I could do. It happened so fast." Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Pastor Charles Mays said Tuesday that he is… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Murder trial takes hiatus today

PORT TOWNSEND -- The murder trial of Robert Stoner of Quilcene will conclude later this week following testimony from an expert crime scene analyst for… Continue reading

Sequim: Council approves new taxi rules

SEQUIM -- The City Council approved an ordinance Monday imposing stricter cab safety regulations and background checks for taxi drivers. Under the new regulations, taxi… Continue reading

Sequim: Teacher appointed to Planning Commission

SEQUIM -- The City Council appointed teacher John Bridge of Sequim to the Planning Commission on Monday. Bridge, a 57-year-old fourth-grade teacher at Helen Haller… Continue reading