Port Angeles: Appraisal fair to benefit historical society

The Clallam County Historical Society is sponsoring an antique appraisal fair Saturday at the Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles. Anyone wondering about the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Students to take to Lake Sutherland in cardboard boats

PORT ANGELES -- Students from Roosevelt and Stevens middle schools will take to the water today in a cardboard boat showing at Lake Sutherland. About… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Movie chase scenes expanded to show more of the city

PORT TOWNSEND -- Being in the movie business, "Enough" Executive Producer E. Bennett Walsh is probably familiar with the scene in Steve Martin's "L.A. Story"… Continue reading

Quilcene: Trail offers hikers an opportunity for a short, picturesque walk

If you are looking for a quick, scenic hike in Olympic National Forest, try looking for the end of the Rainbow. No, you won't find… Continue reading

Sequim: City Council accepts annexation petitions

SEQUIM -- Petitions on the proposed annexation of approximately 46 acres of property north of the existing city limit have been accepted by the City… Continue reading

State’s highest court hears cases in Port Townsend courtroom

PORT TOWNSEND -- It was lights, camera, argument in Jefferson County Superior Court on Thursday -- but not because of filming a movie starring Jennifer… Continue reading

“ER” fans enjoy meeting actor Noah Wylie on “Enough” set

PORT TOWNSEND -- Fans aren't the only ones chasing Jennifer Lopez during filming of "Enough" this week. So is "ER" actor Noah Wylie. But his… Continue reading

Clallam: Commissioners may slash tax break plan

Property owners who promise to conserve their land as farmland may get much less than the 60 percent tax relief recommended under proposed amendments to… Continue reading

Jefferson: State Supreme Court visits today

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jefferson County Court Clerk Marianne Walters is getting ready for some very important guests today -- the Washington State Supreme Court. The… Continue reading

Peninsula: College offices to be dark Fridays to save energy

Peninsula College offices in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Forks will be closed every Friday during summer quarter, June 22 through Sept. 14. Office hours… Continue reading

Peninsula: Low snowpack may mean hot fire season

By Tristan Baurick Good news is not coming down from the mountain tops. Low snowpack and run-off levels could make for a dry summer with… Continue reading

  • Jun 14, 2001

Port Angeles: Jefferson School groundbreaking ceremony planned

PORT ANGELES -- School district officials will host a symbolic groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday marking the beginning of the Jefferson Elementary School renovation project. The ceremony… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Combustible chemical mixture may have caused fire

PORT TOWNSEND -- Investigators looking into the cause of Tuesday's historic McCurdy building blaze said Wednesday that a combination of flammable chemicals may have led… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Town “pretty hopping” because J-Lo’s in the house

PORT TOWNSEND -- For those not involved in shooting or cast as extras in Jennifer Lopez's new film, the arrival of Hollywood's hottest star in… Continue reading

Sequim: Flag disposal ceremony planned today

Veterans will conduct a Flag Day ceremony today in order to properly dispose of weathered American flags. The official disposal ceremony will be 2 p.m.… Continue reading

Neah Bay: Man may face federal prosecution

The federal government and the Makah Tribe will take over prosecution of a Neah Bay man facing charges for the alleged sale of thousands of… Continue reading

Peninsula: Federal tax rebate schedule announced

North Olympic Peninsula residents eligible for tax rebates will start getting them during the week of July 23, Internal Revenue Service officials announced Tuesday. Officials… Continue reading

Peninsula: Jobless rate drops in Clallam and Jefferson counties

Employment figures for Washington state released Tuesday showed a stronger job market on the North Olympic Peninsula. According to state Employment Security Department statistics, unemployment… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Peninsula College dedicates sports complex to Wally Sigmar

By Tristan Baurick Peninsula College's athletic complex was dedicated to Wally Sigmar on Tuesday during a ceremony that both honored and immortalized the college's late… Continue reading

  • Jun 13, 2001

Port Townsend: “Enough” filming begins; schedule revised

PORT TOWNSEND -- It was a hot time in the old town Tuesday, but not because the klieg lights were burning on the hottest star… Continue reading