Hundreds receive Thanksgiving food in Forks

Glen King, a Forks Elks Club member and Forks Food Bank volunteer, sorts through a portion of the food that was distributed Tuesday. More than… Continue reading

Jefferson Transit moves budget despite I-976 uncertainty

Public comments accepted until Dec. 17 vote

Port Angeles Police Department earns 2019 Accreditation Award

The Port Angeles Police Department has received an Accreditation Award for 2019. The department is one of four departments across the state… Continue reading

Prosecutor will not appeal dismissal of 1978 murder charge

Speedy trial right violated in Tommy Ross case, courts rule

Center Valley Animal Rescue shelter receives dental equipment donation

Quilcene organization one of two recipients nationwide

Expect crowded ferries during Thanksgiving

Nearly 350,000 riders anticipated today through Sunday

Jefferson PUD project breaks ground

Jefferson County Public Utility District commissioners Dan Toepper, left, Ken Collins and Jeff Randall, along with PUD advisor Don McDaniels and PUD General Manager Kevin… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend approves rate increase for 2020

3 percent rise expected across all associated ports costs

Serenity House offering public feast Thanksgiving Day

Volunteers, cooked meal donations welcomed

Thanksgiving feasts set for today, Thursday on the Peninsula

Free community feasts are planned in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Brinnon today on Thanksgiving Eve. The Salvation Army in Port Angeles will serve a… Continue reading

Trees taking shape as Port Angeles festival nears

Sherry Phillips decorates “Christmas Remembered,” one of the 36 decked-out trees to be offered at auction at this Friday’s Festival of Trees Gala at Vern… Continue reading

A fruitful lift: Turkey donations to help families at food bank

Thanksgiving meals available Wednesday in Port Townsend

Carcass of blue whale brought to surface for study

The carcass of a giant blue whale that has been submerged off the Oregon coast for… Continue reading

  • Nov 26, 2019

City Council hires Elwha Water Facilities consultant

$150,000 agreement signed to provide support services through 2020

Clallam officials consider contract extension amid litigation

Deal is with company reviewing Judy Lee building plans

DNR presents income report to Jefferson County commissioners

$2 million expected in net timber revenue for the year; down from 2018

The waves beneath the board

Nick Ward of Sequim kite boards in Dungeness Bay on a sunny Sunday. The sun is expected to return to the Peninsula later this week.… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County to consider levies

Clallam County commissioners will consider establishing the 2020 general purpose and road fund property tax levies at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. The public hearing will begin… Continue reading