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Petitioners have requested a no-go zone for motorboats off San Juan Island to protect southern resident orcas while opponents say that such a move would not solve the real problem— not enough salmon. [Read More]
State and federal officials have euthanized a suffering Steller sea lion that was beached at the Nippon Paper Industries USA mill near Ediz Hook since at least Jan. 6. [Read More]
Law enforcement and fire department authorities have confirmed that two fires this month west of Port Angeles were set by an arsonist and are investigating possible links with other blazes. [Read More]
Devin Jensen found a friend in Francesco Tortorici thanks to the Olympic Peninsula YMCA's mentorship program at the Jefferson County Y. [Read More]
The U.S. Coast Guard paid tribute recently to Coast Guardsmen and mariners who lost their lives during seven separate accidents in the Pacific Northwest. [Read More]
As state lawmakers enter the second week of the legislative session, all eyes are on them as the state waits for progress on full funding for public schools under the Supreme Court's McCleary... [Read More]
Bail has been set at $500,000 for a Port Angeles man accused of shooting his father to death. [Read More]
An 18-year-old Port Angeles man who allegedly took law enforcement officers on a high-speed hit-and-run chase through Port Angeles at speeds of at least 70 mph Friday will make his first appearance in... [Read More]
The city of Port Townsend saw a major increase in building permits last year, and the city hopes the increase could help make housing in Port Townsend more affordable. [Read More]
John Halberg, community icon and founder of the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association, will be remembered in a pair of memorial services Monday. [Read More]
Women in Port Townsend have organized a march to mirror those in Seattle and Washington, D.C., on the day after the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the United States' 45th president. [Read More]
Jim's Pharmacy employees and customers have helped to give the Peninsula Home Fund a good start in the new year. [Read More]
The Chimacum School Board finished a roughly two-month search for a new school board member and appointed LuAnn Rogers to represent District 2. [Read More]
WHEN 48-YEAR-OLD JOSEPHINE Yarr returned to the family dairy farm in Chimacum in mid-1952, a few months after her brother Ned's death, she was faced with a number of responsibilities. [Read More]
THIS IS ONE of those columns, meaning it won't touch all of us, so it'll be easy to think "click" and move on. [Read More]
JANUARY AND WINTER just keep rolling along. [Read More]
THE BEST PART of clear, cold winter weather is the bright sunshine and the lack of clouds or rain. [Read More]
Tickets are on sale for the 15th annual Snowgrass benefit, set Saturday, Jan. 21. [Read More]
By Pierre LaBossiere... [Read More]
The Neah Bay basketball girls lost a close one at the buzzer at home to a good Evergreen Lutheran squad 53-51, snapping a five-game winning streak. [Read More]