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
  • ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

Peninsula: PT Paper, other small mills work with pride

BY Kim Eckart PORT TOWNSEND -- Posted on a wall inside the Port Townsend Paper Corp. are samples of the day's work: some two dozen… Continue reading

  • Jul 9, 2001
  • KIM ECKART

West End: Makah woman lauded at Miss Washington pageant

BY Elizabeth Williams Jessica Greene, the 18-year-old Makah woman who won the state's Miss All Nations title in February, walked away with the Most Inspirational… Continue reading

  • Jul 9, 2001
  • ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

Blyn: Hundreds of Harleys led by Robbie Knievel to ride for charity

BLYN -- Stuntman Robbie Knievel has another big jump planned for next weekend, but it doesn't involve canyons, fountains or mass numbers of trucks and… Continue reading

Clallam Day-Sekiu: Towns prepare for Fun Days

CLALLAM BAY -- Clare Averill is known as "Grandma Clare" to most of the people in the Clallam Bay-Sekiu area. Next weekend, the long-time Clallam… Continue reading

Jefferson: More than 400 attend funeral service for B.G. Brown

CHIMACUM -- A Chimacum dairy farmer who served as a Jefferson County commissioner for 20 years was remembered by friends and family for his wisdom… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Alleged stabbing victim arrested

By Elizabeth Williams PORT ANGELES -- Shawn Michael Peterson, the alleged victim in a recent stabbing, was arrested Friday night on a bench warrant. Peterson,… Continue reading

  • Jul 8, 2001
  • ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

Port Angeles: Pssst! Hey buddy — wanna buy a concrete elephant?

For sale or trade: a 6,000 pound concrete elephant. Like an unofficial mascot, the elephant stands guard on U.S. Highway 101 at the east end… Continue reading