Port Angeles: Council approves Northland cable agreement

PORT ANGELES -- Local residents will be able to access high-speed cable modem connections as a result of a new Northland Cable Television franchise approved… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Council members defend private meeting

PORT TOWNSEND --Members of a City Council committee defended their right Monday to meet privately to discuss potential litigation concerning a proposed formula store ordinance.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Funds OK’d to study water, sewer improvements

PORT TOWNSEND -- The City Council has authorized spending up to $250,000 to study water, sewer and transportation improvements in the upper Sims Way commercial… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: VOTERS APPROVE TECHNOLOGY LEVY

PORT TOWNSEND -- Voters overwhelmingly approved the Port Townsend School District's three-year, $945,600 technology levy during Tuesday's election. But the spirit among levy supporters at… Continue reading

Sequim: Crane operator faces weapons charge

SEQUIM -- The operator of a crane that tipped over Sunday night in Sequim and nearly damaged several homes will enter a plea in court… Continue reading

Cape George: Fire chief quits to become port manager in Poulsbo

CAPE GEORGE -- Chief Ed Erhardt will leave Jefferson County Fire District No. 6 to become the new manager of the Port of Poulsbo at… Continue reading

Clallam: County to seek grant money with Forks in hopes of doubling town jail

Clallam County and the city of Forks may join forces to double the size of the Forks jail and ease overcrowding in the county jail… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Oil slicks escape harbor, then are contained

PORT ANGELES -- Thin oil slicks a mile long were reaching out of Port Angeles Harbor eastward toward the mouth of Morse Creek early Monday.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Voters decide school technology levy today

PORT TOWNSEND -- School officials are hoping the third time's a charm as voters head to the polls today to decide a $945,600, three-year technology… Continue reading

Sequim: Nobel laureate will appear at cancer center benefit this fall

SEQUIM -- A Nobel Prize winner will be the keynote speaker for a black-tie benefit hosted by Olympic Medical Center's foundation for a $5 million… Continue reading

Sequim: Tipsy crane narrowly misses duplexes

SEQUIM -- The operator of a crane and residents in several nearby duplexes escaped unhurt Sunday evening when the machinery tipped onto its side while… Continue reading

Clallam: Young salmon counted as they head to sea

BLYN -- The next generation of salmon are being counted in smolt traps operated by the Jamestown S"Klallam tribe as the young fish leave Dungeness… Continue reading

Peninsula: 3 schools to receive repair aid

Three school districts on the North Olympic Peninsula will benefit from recently awarded one-time Emergency School Repair and Renovation grants. The Quilcene, Port Angeles and… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Annual Duck Derby goes off without a hitch

PORT ANGELES -- The foul smell of bunker fuel didn't keep hundreds of residents from flocking to Ediz Hook on Sunday to watch rubber ducks… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Fuel leak spills 500 gallons of oil into harbor

PORT ANGELES -- There were no reports of affected wildlife following the spill of about 500 gallons of oil from a tanker in Port Angeles… Continue reading

Clallam: Many West Enders avoiding marriage, census figures show

Tying the knot is not on the mind of many West End residents. And there's a good reason -- many of them are related to… Continue reading

Clallam: School boards asked to join skills center coalition

School Board members in Forks, Clallam Bay, Joyce and Sequim are expected to decide this week if they want to sign onto the proposed North… Continue reading

Jefferson County tops state divorce ratings

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County, divorce capital of Washington? It might not make much of a promotional slogan for this tourism-conscious community. But largely fueled… Continue reading

Lost Mountain Ranch no mystery — it”ll open for public and equestrian events

SEQUIM -- Nestled in a valley at the end of Lost Mountain Road, Lee and Jennifer Gates' dream is just a few weeks from becoming… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Judge clears way for Makah whaling

NEAH BAY -- The Makah have again been cleared to hunt gray whales. The clearance came from a federal judge's Friday decision denying activists' requests… Continue reading