PORT ANGELES: AS THE SAGA TURNS . . . LINCOLN THEATRE GOES UP FOR SALE

PORT ANGELES -- The latest in the saga of the downtown Lincoln Theatre: The building is now for sale. The 10,200 square-foot property, located on… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Hearing speakers say, “Keep LaPush station open”

PORT ANGELES -- Four hearings later, the message remains strongly on course: Don't close the U.S. Coast Guard station at LaPush. Dozens of speakers have… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: “Tidelands East” selected as Gateway site

PORT ANGELES -- After months of uncertainty about the Gateway Project, the City Council has approved a site for the planned downtown bus hub. The… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: City official will try to save Lincoln Theatre from closing

PORT ANGELES -- A city official has stepped in to try to save the historic Lincoln Theatre from closing its doors next month. Economic Development… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Veteran educator and leader plans to resign

PORT ANGELES --Dr. George Woodruff plans to resign as school superintendent at the end of the school year in June. Woodruff, 56, who has led… Continue reading

QUILCENE: Selected schools leader expects to sign contract in coming weeks

QUILCENE -- The ink hasn't been inscribed on the contract yet, but Quilcene Principal Judi Mackey said she will take over as school district superintendent… Continue reading

SEQUIM: City manager may be named in May

SEQUIM -- Selection of a new full-time city manager is expected to be completed by the Sequim City Council before the end of May. "We… Continue reading

LAPUSH: COAST GUARD HOLDS HEARING ON BASE CLOSURE

FORKS -- For the second consecutive night, West End residents used a Coast Guard hearing to blast the proposed closing of the LaPush station. Many… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Last picture show for the Lincoln Theatre?

PORT ANGELES -- The historic Lincoln Theatre plans to close on Mother's Day, May 13. Citing a dispute over the building lease, film buyer John… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Power costs could rise 141%

PORT ANGELES -- The average city electricity customer could see their bill go up by almost $100 a month if the Bonneville Power Administration enacts… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Sustainable tourism topic of symposium

PORT TOWNSEND --Tourism means different things to different people, but throw in "sustainable and responsible"' and even more varied opinions might arise. But organizers of… Continue reading

Sequim: State to inspect Dungeness farms

SEQUIM -- State officials will be checking up on Dungeness Valley farmers in the coming weeks to make sure they are keeping livestock away from… Continue reading

Jack Elway’s coaching success in Port Angeles recalled

PORT ANGELES -- John Elway, one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to play football, was born in Port Angeles in 1960. That's because his father,… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Gov. Locke addresses area business leaders

PORT ANGELES -- Sounding at times like a salesman for energy-efficient appliances, Gov. Gary Locke made a pitch for power and water conservation during a… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Mill cleanup workshop to be held tonight

A public workshop on the status of the Rayonier Inc. pulp mill site cleanup will be held tonight at the Port Angeles library. The meeting… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Public gets say in design of new school tonight

The public is invited to comment on the design of the new Jefferson School at a meeting tonight, Port Angeles School District officials said. People… Continue reading

PORT HADLOCK: Methamphetamine caused inmate’s death, lab test show

PORT HADLOCK -- A man who died at the Jefferson County Jail on March 24 had more than twice the lethal amount of methamphetamine in… Continue reading

PORT TOWNSEND: Osprey crew recognized for role in drug bust

PORT TOWNSEND --Shiny new bolts on a rusted hatch caught the attention of U.S. Coast Guardsmen boarding the Western Wind. They had been mustered to… Continue reading

SEQUIM: More than half of school levy ballots already in

Clallam County elections officials had received 8,822 mail-in ballots by Monday from Sequim School District voters casting ballots in the three-year, $8.2 million maintenance and… Continue reading

WEST END: Residents, officials oppose station closure

LaPUSH -- Rescued fishermen, tribal leaders and business owners Monday opposed the proposed U.S. Coast Guard Quillayute River Station closure during the first public session… Continue reading