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McKinley Paper Co. has put on hold plans to retool the Nippon Paper Industries USA paper plant… Continue reading
A man is missing and presumed drowned in the waters near the Hood Canal Bridge. Chief Criminal… Continue reading
In one day, 180 volunteers planted 4,300 native trees and shrubs along Tarboo Creek. The Northwest Watershed Institute’s Continue reading...
The Quinault Tribe’s longest living member died peacefully in his sleep recently. Clifford “Soup” Corwin, 100, died Feb.… Continue reading
Field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Outlying Field will commence early to midafternoon Friday. Aircraft… Continue reading
District Court 1 Judge Rick Porter will leave the… Continue reading
McKinley Paper Co. has put on hold plans to… Continue reading
A man is missing and presumed drowned in the… Continue reading
Last week’s release of the state revenue forecast put an extra $1.3 billion into play for the 2019-21… Continue reading
Washington lawmakers are more than halfway through this year’s 60-day legislative… Continue reading
A second Port Angeles man has been sentenced for poaching a large maple tree on federal land near… Continue reading
Alpenfire Cider announced it has partnered with the Peninsula Trails Coalition to create a cider to benefit Continue reading...
Neah Bay freshman Courtney Swan had a fantastic Tri-District 1B tournament, playing a big role in the Red Devils winning… Continue reading
PREP PLAYOFF BASKETBALL: Neah Bay girls win Tri-District; PA, PT girls lose district title games, but off to regionals
The Neah Bay girls won the Tri-District 1B Tournament, beating Mount Rainier Lutheran 62-44 thanks to the… Continue reading
ONE OF THE more annoying things about Medicare (Well, OK, I know, but …) is that we tend to get… Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: This month’s Jefferson County history column is the second in a series of three about local history resources… Continue reading
Thank you! You contributed to remember and honor loved ones. You contributed Continue reading...
Justine Bedell is a huge fan of the Peninsula Continue reading...
JUST OVER A week ago, I was sitting with some friends and we were looking over our group of kids. Continue reading...
Skwim Toastmasters invites the public to its International Speech and Evaluation Contests at 7 p.m. today at The… Continue reading
Olympic Peninsula Art Association members will hear about glass blowing from Sequim artist Megan Schmidlkofer during the group’s… Continue reading