PORT ANGELES: Harbor Air grounds itself

> PORT ANGELES -- Financially troubled Harbor Air has ceased its passenger service operations. The airline stopped flying to Boeing Field in Seattle from Port… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: No rest for the cutter

> Active SAN DIEGO -- The cutter Active doesn't plan to rest. After being involved in the largest drug seizure in maritime history, the Port… Continue reading

PORT LUDLOW: Port Angeles high-schooler shoots 82 to get to state boys golf championships

> PORT LUDLOW -- Bob Rymer will be representing Port Angeles High School at the 4A state boys golf championships this coming Monday and Tuesday.… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Businesses get sneak preview of how filming for Jennifer Lopez movie will work

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Jennifer Lopez will be in Port Townsend for a week in June, but most people at a briefing by movie industry… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Elliott says he has already signed and returned the contract for the city manager job

> SEQUIM -- Bill Elliott expressed an interest in becoming Sequim's city manager six years ago, but he missed the application deadline. "I was too… Continue reading

Wally Davis remembered in ceremonies on both U.S. coasts

> PORT ANGELES -- Nine months ago, flags were lowered and the clock stopped at the Clallam County Courthouse. On Tuesday, about 75 people gathered… Continue reading

BRINNON: Two injured in U.S. Highway 101 crash

> Two women were injured in a single-car crash Monday on U.S. Highway 101 near Brinnon, authorities say. Joy Nelson, 40, of Kelso was driving… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Will the next county administrator please step forward?

> Clallam County commissioners are expected to name the county's next administrator from a list of four contenders today. The candidates are county Road Engineer… Continue reading

JEFFERSON: County asked to examine efficiency

> Some residents are asking Jefferson County commissioners to review county government efficiency. Dan Titterness, R-Port Townsend, broached forming an efficiency review committee with his… Continue reading

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK: Man wheeled out after fall from horse

> A 50-year-old man was injured Monday when he was thrown from a horse on Little River Trail in Olympic National Park. Park officials received… Continue reading

Port Angeles cutter seizes record cocaine haul off Mexico

> SAN DIEGO -- A Port Angeles-based Coast Guard cutter 2,600 miles from home has made the largest drug seizure in maritime history. The cutter… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Roughrider players slide through the puddles

> BY BRIAN MCLEAN PORT ANGELES -- Andrea Clapshaw and Tessa Ehrhorn couldn't resist. It rained so hard at ironically named Dry Creek Elementary School… Continue reading

  • May 15, 2001
  • By Brian McLean

PORT TOWNSEND: City Council still studying impact fee

> PORT TOWNSEND -- A City Council effort to roll back sewage plant development charges met strong opposition Monday from a dozen residents, many members… Continue reading

SEQUIM: City manager job offered to Oregon man

> SEQUIM -- Former Milton-Freewater, Ore., City Manager Bill Elliott will be hired to fill Sequim's top administrative post. The City Council confirmed Monday night… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Good day for a marathon run

> SEQUIM -- It was a perfect day for the hard-core runners at the 23rd annual Sequim Runoff road race on Saturday morning at the… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Whatever the rain, drought worries continue

> April showers bring . . . more drought worries. Despite normal precipitation levels last month, snowpack and river levels are still well below normal,… Continue reading

WEST END: School team places in state environment contest

> A team from Forks High School placed third in the state Envirothon competition held in Leavenworth last week. The Envirothon is an "outdoor science… Continue reading

BLYN: Jamestown S”Klallam to collect cigarette taxes

> BLYN -- The Jamestown S"Klallam tribe plans to devote cigarette tax revenues to health and education programs now that the state has surrendered its… Continue reading

BRINNON: New School Board member

> BRINNON -- Bob Mollerus was sworn in as the newest School Board member, filling one of two vacant seats. The board is still looking… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Commissioners poised to name new county administrator

> PORT ANGELES -- The public could know by early next week who the new Clallam County administrator will be, county Commissioner Mike Chapman said… Continue reading