Third time’s a charm as voters approving Sequim school levy

SEQUIM -- The third time may be a charm for the Sequim School District maintenance and operations levy. After failing twice in 2001 the levy… Continue reading

West End: Cape Flattery school levy passing

CLALLAM BAY -- Preliminary results from Tuesday's all-mail election show the Cape Flattery School District's four-year, $1.4 million maintenance and operations levy is passing. At… Continue reading

West End: George Clooney movie may be shot around Forks

FORKS -- The next movie to be filmed on the North Olympic Peninsula could be a science-fiction thriller. 20th Century Fox officials are considering a… Continue reading

Clallam: Sequim, Cape Flattery schools’ elections end today

Two school districts in Clallam County are encouraging residents to return mail-in ballots today for school levy elections. The elections will decide tax levies for… Continue reading

Hundreds of jellyfish washed up on Port Angeles beaches

PORT ANGELES -- Hundreds of jellyfish on the shores of the inner harbor of Ediz Hook took many wildlife officials by surprise Monday. The mostly… Continue reading

Jefferson: Elections today in Chimacum, Quilcene, Gardiner and Port Ludlow

Voters head to the polls today in Jefferson County to weigh in on school district maintenance and operations levies in Chimacum, Quilcene and Gardiner, and… Continue reading

Port Angeles: County prosecutor suggests mental illness behind arson fires

PORT ANGELES -- The man accused of starting fires at City Hall and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Saturday is schizophrenic and apparently had stopped… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Courthouse clock to be back in service soon

Time is standing still again at the Clallam County Courthouse. Clallam County Public Works Director Craig Jacobs said he has received numerous calls regarding the… Continue reading

Sequim: Patron of the arts, 83, is among first donors to theater project

SEQUIM -- Jean Ernst has never seen an Olympic Theater Arts production. But she was among the first to donate when she heard that the… Continue reading

Shine: Group challenges county over saltwater intrusion into wells

Jefferson County may have to develop an extensive program to monitor saltwater intrusion into water wells as a result of a ruling issued by the… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Resident to announce Olympic skating event scores

PORT LUDLOW -- Millions of people watching the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City will hear the voice of a local woman. Carol Nugent… Continue reading

Suspected arsonist due in court today after two fires in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- Police said Sunday they don't know what motivated a 38-year-old man to allegedly set fires Saturday night at a church and City… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Hall, church hit by arsonist; man arrested

PORT ANGELES -- Police arrested a local man late Saturday for a string of apparent arsons, including one at City Hall. John Douglas Deckebach, 38,… Continue reading

Port Townsend: City Council to discuss Planning Commission size

PORT TOWNSEND -- The City Council is expected to take action on an ordinance Monday expanding the Planning Commission from seven members to 11 members.… Continue reading

Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce to name Citizen of the Year

SEQUIM -- The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's 2001 Citizen of the Year is down to three finalists. The three -- Don Knapp, Bill Littlejohn… Continue reading

Sequim: Fourteen hope to wear Irrigation Festival crown

SEQUIM -- Judges choosing the royalty for the 107th Sequim Irrigation Festival face the pleasant chore of determining which four young women will represent the… Continue reading

Sunday Showcase: Saving the Sol Duc hatchery

SAPPHO -- Thousands of coho salmon were caught on Washington's north coast and rivers last year. Months later, state Department of Fish and Wildlife officials… Continue reading

Clallam: United Way donors, volunteers recognized during banquet

PORT ANGELES --Volunteers and contributors with the 2001 United Way of Clallam County campaign were honored during an awards banquet Thursday night. Agency officials also… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Accused deputy killer to be tried in Clallam County with visiting jurors

PORT ANGELES -- The man charged in the shooting death of a sheriff's deputy will be tried in Clallam County, but jurors will be selected… Continue reading

Port Angeles: High-schooler signs letter of intent to play soccer at Oregon State

PORT ANGELES -- Liz Money will become the first Port Angeles High School student to sign a letter-of-intent to play soccer at a Division I… Continue reading