Jefferson County

A few competitive races could change control of state Legislature

A few competitive races could change control of state Legislature

State Democrats hope to regain control of the Senate and Republicans have their eye on a majority in the House.

A few competitive races could change control of state Legislature
Hearing set today for alleged Port Angeles bus attacker

Hearing set today for alleged Port Angeles bus attacker

Riley Edge White, 59, had a review hearing set over because an update on a psychological evaluation of White was needed.

Hearing set today for alleged Port Angeles bus attacker
US Bank makes $2,000 donation to Port Angeles Symphony program

US Bank makes $2,000 donation to Port Angeles Symphony program

The donation will go help with the Adventures in Music program

US Bank makes $2,000 donation to Port Angeles Symphony program

Port Ludlow Associates partners with Coldwell Banker Bain and new broker

Partnership will work with philosophy of focusing on new construction rather than the resale residential market

Storm forecast to be historic fizzles on North Olympic Peninsula

Storm forecast to be historic fizzles on North Olympic Peninsula

Winds caused outages and took down trees and limbs, but on a smaller scale than the area had expected.

Storm forecast to be historic fizzles on North Olympic Peninsula
North Olympic Peninsula’s first limited-license legal technician is sworn in

North Olympic Peninsula’s first limited-license legal technician is sworn in

Vanessa Ridgway is only the 17th such technician in the state, offering a new resource for those who cannot afford a lawyer.

North Olympic Peninsula’s first limited-license legal technician is sworn in

Port of Port Townsend commissioners tackling 2017 budget this month

A public hearing on the spending plan is scheduled for Oct. 26.

Justice delayed? 6,000 rape kits sit untested

Justice delayed? 6,000 rape kits sit untested

State Rep. Gina McCabe’s goal for the state is to be the first in the country with no backlog.

Justice delayed? 6,000 rape kits sit untested

‘You could hear every crunch’: Washington man survives grizzly bear attack

Neil Rico survives face-to-face encounter with a 500-pound grizzly bear in Montana and escapes without broken bones or internal injuries.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.

Registration open for two Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra competitions

Entries are being accepted through Dec. 1 for the 2017 Young Artist and Junior Young Artist competitions.

North Olympic Healthcare Network, OMC, Swedish team up on new residency program

North Olympic Healthcare Network, OMC, Swedish team up on new residency program

Official: first-of-its kind program will have residents training in Port Angeles and could combat doctor shortage

North Olympic Healthcare Network, OMC, Swedish team up on new residency program
State Senate candidates differ on taxes, guns, wages at general election forum in Port Angeles

State Senate candidates differ on taxes, guns, wages at general election forum in Port Angeles

Kevin Van De Wege and Danille Turissini are vying for the 24th District state Senate seat being vacated by Jim Hargrove, who is retiring.

State Senate candidates differ on taxes, guns, wages at general election forum in Port Angeles
Working for the earth: Students train for ecological projects

Working for the earth: Students train for ecological projects

Thirteen students from three high schools in East Jefferson County have finished field training for the newly accredited Watershed Science and Stewardship Class.

Working for the earth: Students train for ecological projects
BACK WHEN: The Pluts move to Port Townsend

BACK WHEN: The Pluts move to Port Townsend

Doctor Harry and Dorothy Plut closed their medical clinic in Port Ludlow and moved to Port Townsend in March 1936.

BACK WHEN: The Pluts move to Port Townsend

BIRD WATCH: Land of the raven in Navajo Country where four corners meet

Miles from nowhere, there is almost no visible life in Monument Valley except for one creature: a bird.