West End: Woman recounts fall at Rialto Beach

PORT ANGELES -- A day after Louise Stanton-Masten was airlifted from Rialto Beach due to injuries from a fall, doctors surgically set her smashed elbow… Continue reading

Clallam: Dr. Lynne Saddler leaving county post

A search is under way to find a successor to Dr. Lynne Saddler, Clallam County director of health and human services. "I'm leaving to pursue… Continue reading

Cutter Adelie arrives for duty at Ediz Hook

By Dan Hart With water cannons spraying, the cutter Adelie proudly cruised into Port Angeles on Tuesday, taking its place as the Coast Guard's second… Continue reading

  • Jul 11, 2001

Jefferson: Man may have stolen $30,000 worth of merchandise, deputies say

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is searching for a Port Ludlow man who allegedly has stolen up to $30,000 worth of property from businesses and… Continue reading

LaPush: Woman rescued after fall over cliff is Everett business leader

LAPUSH -- Everett Area Chamber of Commerce Director Louise Stanton-Masten suffered a broken elbow and minor head injuries Tuesday after falling from a cliff in… Continue reading

New Peninsula College president begins with “Listening Tour”

What's impressed Tom Keegan the most as Peninsula College's new president? "What I'm struck by is how proud people are of the college," he says.… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Rose Lumber going out of business

PORT ANGELES -- After 19 years, Rose Lumber is going out of business. Owners Rhonda Rose-Rieker and Jerry Rieker placed a sign on the door… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Venue change sought for man accused of killing deputy

The man who allegedly killed a Clallam County sheriff's deputy last August could face trial in another county. The attorney for Thomas Martin Roberts, 54,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Williams announces re-election bid

PORT ANGELES -- City Councilman Larry Williams will seek a second term in office. Williams, 55, announced Tuesday that he will seek re-election. A Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Town meeting tonight on civility in civil discourse

PORT TOWNSEND -- Sick of character attacks and angry talk at government and citizens advisory group meetings? So is Catharine Robinson. Robinson and a group… Continue reading

Sequim: City to receive $200,000 grant for downtown project

SEQUIM -- The city's portion of downtown revitalization and streetscape project costs will apparently will be cut in half. City Manager Bill Elliott announced that… Continue reading

Brinnon: 18 months later, community plan ready to review

BRINNON -- The hefty tome that's the draft Brinnon Sub-Area Plan is more than heavy reading -- its contents will shape the small town's destiny… Continue reading

It’s Seattle’s big baseball day, and the more, the Mariner

Today is the big day for Seattle's biggest-ever baseball season. The eyes of the world are on Safeco Field as the All-Star Game begins at… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Petition calls for repeal of streamside buffer rules

Voters will have the opportunity to repeal streamside buffer requirements this fall if a petition submitted Monday qualifies to be on the ballot. Property rights… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Pro-annexation residential group surfaces

PORT ANGELES -- A homeowners group supporting city annexation of lands between the eastern city limit and Morse Creek has surfaced to counter one that… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Report says dry dock purchase financially risky

PORT ANGELES -- A study released Monday suggests that moving a dry dock from Portland, Ore., to the Port of Port Angeles would be a… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Meeting tonight to discuss Point Hudson future

PORT TOWNSEND -- Revenues from Point Hudson could amount to $500,000 per year for the Port of Port Townsend when it resumes management of the… Continue reading

Pysht: Lower Elwha to use uprooted trees in rivers

A Lower Elwha tribal program to restore fish habitat on two rivers begins Wednesday with uprooted trees being moved to staging areas near the waterways.… Continue reading

Sequim: City Council approves controversial rezoning

SEQUIM -- The City Council unanimously supported a controversial rezoning of 53 acres of property on the city's west boundary Monday. The council voted 7-0… Continue reading

AGNEW: Fire hits garage, auto in Clallam

BY Elizabeth Williams AGNEW -- A fire Sunday afternoon destroyed a garage workshop and a car which was parked inside. No one was injured The… Continue reading

  • Jul 9, 2001