TACOMA – Almost two-dozen Tacoma school bus drivers who serve students with special needs called in sick for the third day in a row Wednesday. The drivers are protesting low pay and long hours. Not all
GLACIER PEAK, WA – A phone call from a concerned woman saved the life of a German woman who was attempting to hike through the Cascade Mountains to the Canadian border without proper gear as snow and
TORONTO – Canada’s legal recreational market is off to a bumpy start. Supply shortages have been rampant in the two weeks since Canada became the largest national pot marketplace. Quebec closed its government-run shops from Monday to
Carlsborg – Clallam County PUD has come up with a proposal to create an electric vehicle charging station in downtown Sequim that would run on solar power. They’ve submitted an application to our state’s Department of Commerce
PORT ANGELES – A Clallam County man has been sentenced to just over seven years in prison for a spree of crimes across the region. 29-year-old Anthony Reynolds was sentenced yesterday after pleading guilty to a series
PORT ANGELES – With a week to go until the general election, just over 28 percent of the ballots in Clallam County are back for counting. According to the auditor’s office, about 14,800 of the 52,500 ballots
PORT ANGELES — A Coast Guard aircrew from Port Angeles medically evacuated an injured Russian crewmember from a ship off the Washington Coast. Yesterday afternoon, the crew hoisted the 46-year-old man and flew him to awaiting emergency
YAKIMA, WA – A Yakima County sheriff’s deputy has been cleared of wrongdoing in running over a 13-year-old boy while investigating a home-invasion robbery. Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney Joe Brusic said in a report Tuesday that Sgt.