PORT ANGELES – There’s a new effort getting started to establish Port Angeles Harbor as a destination for float plane pilots. There’s never been any law that said you couldn’t land a float plane in the harbor.
PORT ANGELES – Field Arts and Events Hall received their Construction Storm Water Permit from the Department of Ecology Friday morning, exactly 3 weeks after their official groundbreaking ceremony, and announced construction will be getting under way
PORT ANGELES – In the entire Puget Sound region, every county except two has established a Conservation Futures program, which provides a revenue stream used to acquire land for public use or enjoyment. Those two counties are
PORT ANGELES – For the 24th year, Port Angeles will host a regional ceremony for Veterans Day. Monday morning, the Coast Guard station on Ediz Hook will once again open its hangar to the public. The event
PORT ANGELES – The city of Port Angeles plans to add code enforcement officers next year. In the proposed budget, the city would spend about 62-thousand dollars for two, part-time positions. Adding code enforcement has been a
PORT ANGELES – Due to an influx of late ballots arriving, The Clallam County elections division will operate on Saturday. County auditor Shoona Riggs says her office still had 8000 ballots to check signatures and count. She
PORT ANGELES – The passage of I-976, the $30 car tab initiative, means that millions of dollars may have to be cut from Department of Transportation projects in Washington state, including here in Clallam County. Statewide, the
PORT ANGELES – Despite the fact that Port Angeles Mayor Sissi Bruch’s proposal to remove military artwork from the fencing at Veterans Park was taken off the City Council agenda, little else was spoken about for the