By Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES – At Friday morning’s EOC Covid briefing we learned that the virus has claimed a sixth death in our county. A man in his 50s contracted the virus while travelling. His illness
By Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES – Snowpack in the Olympic Mountains is better than normal so far this winter. More importantly, the outlook for March, traditionally the second snowiest month of the year, is certainly better than
OLYMPIA — As more COVID vaccine becomes available in Washington state, Gov. Inslee says he is ready to expand the groups of people who will be eligible to receive a shot. In a news conference Thursday afternoon,
PORT ANGELES – Olympic Medical Center is getting more testing power for COVID-19 and other infectious diseases. This week, the OMC Foundation presented $55,000 to Olympic Medical Center to buy more Biofire testing equipment. Biofire is used
PORT ANGELES — A Port Angeles diver died after his air umbilical cord apparently became entangled while he was geoduck harvesting. 35-year-old Anthony Gockerell was pronounced dead Wednesday morning at Olympic Medical Center. Clallam County Sheriff’s Sgt.
By Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES — Gov. Inslee announced Tuesday night that the state is immediately expanding vaccine eligibility to include teachers and childcare workers. This comes after President Joe Biden issued a directive earlier in the day
By Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES – Port Angeles residents who regularly use Race Street to get to and from areas south of Lauridsen Boulevard will have to continue using an inconvenient detour for another month or so.
By Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES – Port Angeles school officials have proudly announced that for the seventh year in a row, graduation rates have increased at Port Angeles High School. Better yet, in 2020, the District broke