PORT ANGELES – A 37-year-old Port Townsend man was sentenced Wednesday in Clallam County to 10 years in prison for felony stalking and 5 years for felony cyberstalking, to run concurrently; the maximum sentence for each count.
PORT ANGELES – The city of Port Angeles will allow some businesses not inside the traditional downtown parking district, to join. This week, the city council agreed to change the city’s off-street parking code and who can
PORT ANGELES – Clallam 2 Fire and Rescue will soon be looking to hire a new Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Officer thanks to a significant grant just awarded by FEMA. The $176,000 grant will fund a 4-year,
PORT ANGELES – Olympic Medical Center scored a major victory Tuesday when a federal judge ruled in favor of the hospital’s challenge to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement cuts that began this year and would have cost tens
PORT ANGELES – Clallam County will not charge a fee on properties with septic systems, at least for a year. This week, the county board of health voted to table the plan until next year. The decision
PORT ANGELES – Two candidates for Port Angeles city council agree something needs to be done about a city housing shortage, but differ somewhat on how to handle it. Navarra Carr and Nina Napiontek spoke to the
CLALLAM COUNTY – The Clallam County Sheriff’s office is investigating the discovery of a body lying in a heavily wooded area on Deer Park Road. The body, which was in an advanced state of decomposition, was discovered
SEATTLE (AP) — When Marge Plecki and her husband built their retirement home on an island north of Seattle in 2002, they were aware the Navy conducted training flights at a small airstrip nearby. The noise was