JEFFERSON: PUD makes bid for Tri-Area water utility

> PORT HADLOCK -- Jefferson County Public Utility District commissioners took the first step toward purchasing the Tri-Area water system this week. Commissioners authorized General… Continue reading

JOYCE: Park plan gathers support

> JOYCE -- A Crescent Bay Lions Club proposal to build a community park is gathering some local support. On Tuesday, the organization hosted a… Continue reading

SEQUIM: 106th Irrigation Festival Schedule of Events

> Friday, May 4: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. -- 38th annual Valley Garden Club "Doing It Our Way"' flower show, plant sale and silver tea, free… Continue reading

SEQUIM: School Board to talk about possible athletic cuts Friday night

> The Sequim School Board will meet in a special session this evening, May 4, to decide how to make up an anticipated $450,000 shortfall… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Teacher now only faces federal charges

> SEQUIM -- Federal prosecutors have taken over the case against a local teacher accused of persuading female high school students to pose for nude… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Streamkeepers monitoring watershed

> Volunteers are being recruited for training to monitor streams across Clallam County. The Streamkeepers program plans a series of training sessions for June. Volunteers… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Tension builds over bus stop

> PORT ANGELES -- The decision not to build a transit stop along U.S. Highway 101 may lead to future disputes between Clallam County and… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Japanese delegation to visit during Rhody Festival

> PORT TOWNSEND -- Homeowners, school children and business leaders will open their doors and hearts to a delegation from Ichikawa, Japan, during the upcoming… Continue reading

SEQUIM: Burnt Hill roads gated

> SEQUIM -- Gates have been installed on major roads leading to state land on Burnt Hill, a popular recreation area severely damaged by off-road… Continue reading

SEQUIM: ELK SIGNS WELCOME VISITORS

> SEQUIM -- A city proud of its wandering elk herd now can boast of its attractive, symbolic signs welcoming passing motorists. "We wanted to… Continue reading

Peninsula: Clallam Bay, Sekiu residents discuss cityhood

> CLALLAM BAY -- Nearly 50 people turned out Tuesday night to voice their opinions on the proposed incorporation of the Clallam Bay-Sekiu area. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sailor home from the sea

> PORT ANGELES -- The weather was a far cry from the Caribbean when Paul Cronauer sailed into Port Angeles Harbor on Tuesday afternoon. But… Continue reading

Port Townsend: School district may face trial in sex-affair case

> PORT TOWNSEND -- A woman suing the Port Townsend School District over an alleged sexual relationship with a teacher will seek a new trial.… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Town should reap rewards from Jennifer Lopez film

> PORT TOWNSEND -- The only certainty is that Jennifer Lopez and her new movie will have an impact on Port Townsend. The actress-singer comes… Continue reading

West End: Neah Bay tug assists another disabled vessel

> NEAH BAY -- The Barbara Foss was back in action late Monday, more than a day after the state-funded rescue tug was called out… Continue reading

BRINNON: Driver injured in crash

> A 22-year-old Brinnon man was in satisfactory condition Monday following a one-vehicle crash over an embankment near the entrance to Dosewallips State Park. Jeffrey… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Undersheriff first to seek top county position

> PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County Undersheriff Dan Engelbertson has officially applied for the county's top administrative position. County Human Resources Director Marge Upham said… Continue reading

FORKS: Council to talk about selling bonds for City Hall upgrade

> The Forks City Council will hold a special meeting today to consider selling performance bonds to remodel City Hall. If approved, bonds would be… Continue reading

JEFFERSON: Few members renew EDC membership

> Few of the dozens of people who joined the Economic Development Council of Jefferson County a year ago have renewed their membership this year.… Continue reading

JOYCE: Lions Club seeks input on proposed park

> Crescent Bay Lions Club members are considering plans to develop a new park near the center of the Joyce community. But before proceeding, they… Continue reading