Port Angeles – Fighting fires is about to get a little safer for Clallam 2 Fire Rescue thanks to a sizable grant from FEMA. The $311,000 grant will be used to buy 46 brand new, state-of-the-art self-contained
PORT ANGELES – Today is the deadline for comments on a federal government plan that could strip Olympic Medical Center of tens of millions of dollars. CMS, the government agency for Medicare and Medicaid, has recently proposed
SEQUIM – The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce has new executive director. Anji Scalf will take over effective immediately. Chamber board president Sheena Younger says Scalf has been a member of the chamber several years and works
PORT ANGELES – Downtown Port Angeles is all about artisans, music, beer and wine. Friday night marks the start of the 4th annual Arts and Draughts Festival. It’s a festival featuring a beer garden and live music
PORT ANGELES – The city of Port Angeles is taking, what officials hope, is a big step toward addressing the area’s housing crisis. This week, the city council approved a contract with a company to conduct a
PORT ANGELES – The city of Port Angeles agreed on a final sale price for a downtown piece of property to the Lower Elwha Tribe. The tribe plans to build a four-star hotel on the parcel along
OLYMPIA – Washington State Patrol troopers will conduct a statewide emphasis on distracted driving this weekend, Friday through Sunday. By that they mean they’ll be looking for drivers who are on the phone or some other device.
CLALLAM COUNTY – The Clallam County Board of Commissioners this morning withdrew the conditional job offer to County Administrator candidate David Fraser. Appearing on Thursday’s Todd Ortloff Show, Commissioners Ozias and Johnson said that Fraser’s conditional offer