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FORKS: Teen charged in year-old case

Almost one year after a Forks High School student was hospitalized following a fight in the school's cafeteria, prosecutors say they're charging the teen-ager accused… Continue reading

`PEARL HARBOR” AWAKENS MEMORIES

> When the radar image of the first wave of attacking Japanese airplanes in "Pearl Harbor" is mistaken for a group of American B-17 bombers,… Continue reading

FORKS: Shooting suspect remains at large

> FORKS -- After three days, police are still searching for a 30-year-old man suspected of shooting of an acquaintance early Sunday. The suspect, Lombardo… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Vendors an important part of Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

> PORT ANGELES -- Somewhere between the gyros vendor and the lawn ornament display, Stephen Ladd stood in his 12-foot boat Sunday and talked about… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Warm temperatures melting Olympic Mountains snow

> Warm weather and low snowfall has parts of the Olympic Mountains looking like it's summer. The snow is receding to expose wildflowers, marmot holes… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: 18,825 rubber ducks float for a good cause

> PORT ANGELES -- With the boom of a starting gun, 18,825 yellow rubber ducks slid from the bed of a purple and silver dump… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Airport fire causes $300,000 damage

> PORT ANGELES -- A fire in a Fairchild International Airport building caused an estimated $300,000 in damage early Sunday. There were no injuries, Port… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Horizon Air, other companies not planning increased service -

> PORT ANGELES -- With Harbor Air no longer operating regular passenger flight service, Fairchild International Airport is looking for a company to pick up… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Harbor Air grounds itself

> PORT ANGELES -- Financially troubled Harbor Air has ceased its passenger service operations. The airline stopped flying to Boeing Field in Seattle from Port… Continue reading

Wally Davis remembered in ceremonies on both U.S. coasts

> PORT ANGELES -- Nine months ago, flags were lowered and the clock stopped at the Clallam County Courthouse. On Tuesday, about 75 people gathered… Continue reading

PENINSULA: Whatever the rain, drought worries continue

> April showers bring . . . more drought worries. Despite normal precipitation levels last month, snowpack and river levels are still well below normal,… Continue reading

Wiley, the dog that sweeps the runway

> PORT ANGELES -- Wiley the dog may not be much of a reader, but he has taken to heart the words of 19th century… Continue reading

PENINSULA: All abuzz over a honey of a problem

> It's spring, which along with sunshine and flowers means bees. And occasionally they swarm. A group of bees gets antsy and they break out… Continue reading

CLALLAM: Volunteers propel midsummer opening for newest park

> Clallam County has set midsummer as a target for opening a new park at Robin Hill Farm east of Port Angeles. But if volunteer… Continue reading

Coast Guard command change Friday

> PORT ANGELES -- The North Olympic Peninsula's Coast Guard group command will be handed over today. In a ceremony at the Ediz Hook station,… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sailor home from the sea

> PORT ANGELES -- The weather was a far cry from the Caribbean when Paul Cronauer sailed into Port Angeles Harbor on Tuesday afternoon. But… Continue reading

West End: Neah Bay tug assists another disabled vessel

> NEAH BAY -- The Barbara Foss was back in action late Monday, more than a day after the state-funded rescue tug was called out… Continue reading

NEAH BAY TUG CONDUCTS RESCUE AS STATE DEBATES ITS MERIT

> A state-funded rescue tug boat stationed at Neah Bay responded to help another tug that lost an engine while towing a barge loaded with… Continue reading

CLALLAM: RECORD BENEFIT DAY AT THE DUMP

PORT ANGELES -- The first one showed up shortly after dawn Sunday. Eventually the line grew to nearly two miles long. But the people in… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA HITS HIGH NOTES IN STATE CONTEST

The Port Angeles High School chamber orchestra won the large-string ensemble division of the state music championships held Friday and Saturday in Ellensburg. A small… Continue reading