OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK: Hurricane Ridge Road work continues today

> The road to Hurricane Ridge will be closed from 4 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. today and tomorrow for roadway maintenance. Crews will remove debris… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Run this weekend at Old Fort Townsend

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Kim Sands was on the heels of completing the Capital City Marathon last year when she decided to compete in the… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Sailboat battered against trestle

> PORT TOWNSEND -- A vessel damaged by a weekend storm was safe on shore Tuesday after Port of Port Townsend crews removed the damaged… Continue reading

Helicopter logging begins near Forks

> FORKS -- With dual rotors plying the air, the white helicopter picks up its load of logs, lifts and speeds across the sky. Its… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Ceremonies honor Medal of Honor winner in Clallam; `Taps” and tears in Jefferson

> Always remember. Those words echoed across Clallam County on Monday as residents paid tribute to the soldiers of wars past. One local hero had… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Sailors enjoy visit to Hurricane Ridge

> A Hurricane Ridge snowstorm Monday morning provided unusual entertainment for sailors from the USS Chief. Some of the approximately 80 personnel aboard the U.S.… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Thousands attend Juan de Fuca festival

> PORT ANGELES -- Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts officials are calling this year's event a success. Festival Director Anna Manildi estimated that… Continue reading

Not a room to spare

> By Cynthia Jones Some people were literally left out in the cold as motels across the North Olympic Peninsula were booked solid because of… Continue reading

  • May 28, 2001

PENINSULA: Tributes to fallen service members on Memorial Day today

> By Cynthia JOnes Pfc. Richard B. Anderson was just 22 when he grabbed a live grenade and tucked it into his midsection, saving the… Continue reading

  • May 28, 2001

PORT ANGELES: Minesweeper tours continue today

> The USS Chief and USS Scout will continue offering tours today. The U.S. Navy minesweepers came to Port Angeles on Friday and are scheduled… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Vendors an important part of Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

> PORT ANGELES -- Somewhere between the gyros vendor and the lawn ornament display, Stephen Ladd stood in his 12-foot boat Sunday and talked about… Continue reading

PORT TONSEND: Driver hospitalized following rollover crash

> A 38-year-old Port Townsend woman was in satisfactory condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle on Sunday after being injured in a one-vehicle rollover… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Committee sets new county voting areas

> Voting district changes approved Friday by a special committee won't force Clallam County Commissioner Mike Doherty out of his district. Under the proposed changes… Continue reading

FORKS: Pat Bennett is state’s best in shot put

> CHENEY -- Pat Bennett capped a successful high school sports career with an individual state championship. The Forks High School senior won the shot… Continue reading

JEFFERSON: Jefferson Mental Health drops contract with support network

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Dwindling federal and state dollars and increasing administrative requirements have convinced the Jefferson Mental Health Services board it can no longer… Continue reading

Juan de Fuca Festival offers `rich and full” experience

> By Cynthia Jones PORT ANGELES -- The Juan de Fuca Festival of Arts makes for a rich and full experience, according to one musician… Continue reading

  • May 27, 2001

PORT ANGELES: Minesweepers dock at T-Pier

> BY Cynthia Jones PORT ANGELES -- Tourists boarding the two minesweepers Saturday at T-Pier were greeted by Seaman Ernesto Flores, who wore a smile… Continue reading

  • May 27, 2001

PORT TOWNSEND: Kestle Riley wins state title in 300-meter hurdles

> CHENEY -- Port Townsend junior Kestle Riley won the 2A state title in the 300-meter hurdles at Woodward Stadium this weekend. Riley, who placed… Continue reading

SEQUIM: “Wild and woolly” Monday at sheep fest

> SEQUIM -- Things could get "wild and woolly" Monday in Carrie Blake Park if the Olympic Peninsula Sheep Association has its way. The association's… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Interim manager to deliver final `state of the city” address

> SEQUIM -- Interim City Manager Stan McNutt will present his final "state of the city" address Tuesday to the City Council. The City Council… Continue reading