Jefferson: Water tank work continues on Marrowstone Island

NORDLAND -- Jefferson County Public Utility District No. 1 and Fort Flagler State Park officials are proceeding with plans to build a water storage tank… Continue reading

Peninsula: Children celebrate with fun, educational activities

On Saturday, the Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles becomes a children's paradise as the 12th annual Kids Fest swings into action. Parents, grandparents… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Boys & Girls Club leases new building

Youngsters will have more room to play at a new building for the Mount Angeles Boys & Girls Club in Port Angeles. The U.S. Department… Continue reading

Port Angeles: City may seek fund for water main project

PORT ANGELES -- City Council members are expected to seek a $2 million state loan to replace more old downtown water mains and sidewalks. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Woman finds brother after 28

PORT ANGELES -- A simple keystroke on a computer has changed a local woman's life forever. More than 28 years after her family was separated… Continue reading

Sequim: Some youths denied access to club

SEQUIM -- Youths between the ages of 15 and 18 will be unable to use the Sequim Boys & Girls Club for about 60 days… Continue reading

Sequim: Students study Dungeness watershed

SEQUIM -- More than 200 Sequim Middle School seventh-graders Thursday took part in an exercise organizers hope will promote improved Dungeness River watershed water quality.… Continue reading

Jefferson: County sends letter to employees warning of layoffs

When economic times were good during most of the past six years, Jefferson County added 40 full-time employees to its payroll and increased the size… Continue reading

LaPush: Quileute tribe to open $4.6 million center with public celebration

LAPUSH -- The Quileute tribe will celebrate the grand opening of a new community center later this month with a traditional totem pole raising and… Continue reading

Sequim: Dungeness River team’s report lists water quality successes

SEQUIM -- Partners in the Dungeness River Management Team worked on 25 projects during 2001, according to the group's annual report released this week. The… Continue reading

Sequim: Middle school students preparing for history contest

SEQUIM -- Twenty-three Sequim Middle School students are checking facts and verifying sources as they prepare their entries for the state history contest May 3-4… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Fire district buys acreage next to school

SEQUIM -- Commissioners of Clallam County Fire District No. 3 took the first step Tuesday toward a multiuse fire station in Carlsborg when they approved… Continue reading

Clallam: Private company to collect court’s fines

PORT ANGELES -- People who owe District Court No. 1 fines now will pay a private Seattle-area company instead of Clallam County at no additional… Continue reading

Jefferson: 4-mile conveyor belt?

SHINE -- A company wants to build a four-mile conveyor belt to move gravel from its Shine pit to a new, 1,100-foot pier in Hood… Continue reading

Jefferson: County now has a terrorism reaction plan

The Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management has presented county comissioners with a plan that spells out how local government, fire and medical agencies would… Continue reading

Jefferson: Fire agencies to talk consolidation

Representatives from Jefferson County Fire District No. 6 and the Port Townsend Fire Department are exploring the possibility of the two districts merging volunteer firefighter… Continue reading

Jefferson: Home-schooled students face fewer options in classes

PORT TOWNSEND -- Ninth-grader David Kunz already knows what classes he wants take at Port Townsend High School next year -- computer applications and industrial… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Developer excited about conference center project

PORT ANGELES -- Randal Jay Ehm is excited about his proposed $17 million waterfront hotel and conference center project to be built on property at… Continue reading

Sequim: Burned firefighter out of intensive care; wife buoyed by authors

SEQUIM -- Lisa McAneny, wife of a Sequim volunteer firefighter severely burned in late February, is seldom at a loss for words. But an act… Continue reading

Gnome nappers strike peaceful Port Townsend neighborhood

PORT TOWNSEND -- April Fool's Day ended last week, but for Robert and Janette Force, the mystery surrounding a purported practical joke lingers on. Whitey,… Continue reading