‘Culture of Justice’ focus of online discussion group

Creating a safe space for conversation and dialog during an unprecedented moment in history was the impetus for an ongoing online discussion… Continue reading

Garage fire extinguished

Clallam County Fire District 2 firefighters work to extinguish a garage fire at 61 Whispering Firs Road west of Port Angeles on… Continue reading

Jefferson PUD consultant studying raising rates

Discussions expected during budget hearings this fall

Motorcycle wreck survivor’s condition upgraded

The condition of a 64-year-old Port Angeles man whose wife died Tuesday in the same motorcycle collision was upgraded to satisfactory Wednesday… Continue reading

State on virus: ‘Washington’s numbers aren’t looking great’

The latest numbers recorded by the state Department of Health show 838 additional COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths. The… Continue reading

Telescope snaps space family portrait

For the first time, a telescope has captured a family portrait of another solar… Continue reading

Virus antibodies fade fast, but not necessarily protection

By Marilynn Marchione | AP Chief Medical Writer New research suggests that antibodies the immune system makes to fight the new coronavirus may only last… Continue reading

Wife dies, husband seriously hurt when truck turns in front of motorcycle

A 64-year-old Port Angeles man remained in serious condition late Tuesday afternoon at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after he was involved… Continue reading

Over 50 animals seized in suspected animal abuse case

Majority taken to Center Valley Animal Rescue in Quilcene

Powerful quake jolts Alaska towns, produces small tsunami

A powerful earthquake off Alaska’s southern coast jolted coastal communities late Tuesday, and some residents briefly… Continue reading

Coffee with the Mayor to be broadcast, streamed

William Armacost will host Coffee with the Mayor at 8 a.m. Thursday. The informal meeting will be broadcast on KSQM radio, 91.5 FM… Continue reading

Duck Derby tickets go on sale Friday

Virtual race planned in August

Facing federal agents, Portland protests find new momentum

Mardy Widman has watched protests against racial injustice unfold in her hometown of Portland, Ore.,… Continue reading

Local student now Utah graduate

Sequim resident Mackenzie Marmol graduated from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City at an April 30 ceremony. Marmol was… Continue reading

Plastic straw ban approved in Port Townsend

Council OKs action to go into effect next January

Reader recognized in Sequim

Holland Bare has been named top reader in the Read to Feed program at the New Day Learning Academy. Holland is the son of Travis… Continue reading

Hurricane Ridge upgrade restricts summer parking

Work replaces aged wastewater system built in 1951