Jesse Major

Two sentenced after Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team investigations

A Sequim resident and Port Angeles resident each have been sentenced for drug-related charges after Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team investigations. Christopher Allen Bayley, 42,… Continue reading

‘Crazy Stan the Animal Man’ plans long walk to raise funds for shelters

A former Boeing engineer from Gig Harbor has gone “crazy” to raise awareness and funds for animal shelters and groups along the Strait of Juan… Continue reading

Port Angeles man wins new car in Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby

Daniel Thompson didn’t make it to the Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby on Sunday, but he won the top prize. Thompson’s yellow rubber duck —… Continue reading

Sequim woman to compete in Mrs. Washington America Pageant

A Sequim woman will represent the Olympic Peninsula this spring at the Mrs. Washington America Pageant in Olympia. Magan Waldron, who was crowned Mrs. Olympic… Continue reading

Volunteers clean beaches of about 15 tons of debris during annual cleanup

The results are in after 1,330 volunteers cleaned debris from more than 60 Washington beaches during the 10th annual Washington Coast Cleanup. Jon Schmidt, Washington… Continue reading

Recovered bald eagle released, reunited with mate near Port Angeles

Sparky, the bald eagle electrocuted last month by a 7,200-volt power line west of Port Angeles, has been released back to the wild and returned… Continue reading

VFW funds theft alleged: Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from Sequim post

Charges against a Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from the Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4760 are expected to be filed… Continue reading

Project to test forest management techniques in Olympic Experimental State Forest

Researchers are preparing for a large-scale forest management experiment in the Olympic Experimental State Forest with hopes of benefiting the environment, economy and surrounding communities.… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing breaks ground on first home

Soon-to-be residents of the first home from Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing have broken ground at the site in Sequim. The four-bedroom home, expected to… Continue reading

Clallam sheriff details missing person policy after man was trapped in car for five days

A 69-year-old Sunland man was trapped in his car on the side of an embankment for five days, leading some members of the public to… Continue reading

Data: All ages, areas affected by opioid addiction in Clallam County

Newly released data shows Clallam County’s heroin and opioid epidemic affects people of all ages across the entire county. That was the biggest surprise to… Continue reading

Sequim man in custody after homeowner tries to detain him at gunpoint

A Sequim man is in custody after authorities say a homeowner tried to hold him at gunpoint when the 31-year-old was found with a stolen… Continue reading

Memorial service set for last full-blooded Jamestown S’Klallam tribal member

Lyle Prince, 89, the last full-blooded Jamestown S’Klallam tribal member, a former tribal chairman and council member who helped the tribe gain federal recognition, died… Continue reading

Friends of Sequim pilot, fiancee mourn

Sequim Sunrise Rotary members, friends and family are searching for answers as they mourn the loss of longtime Sequim pharmacist and pilot Jon R. Bernhoft,… Continue reading

Firefighters stalled in finding cause of Carlsborg blaze

The cause of a fire that ravaged a Carlsborg home on New Year’s Day likely will remain undetermined, firefighters say. “Everybody is scratching their heads… Continue reading

OMC takes on $20 million bond

Olympic Medical Center commissioners unanimously decided to take on a $20 million bond during a recent meeting. The loan will be used to pay a… Continue reading

Port Angeles church donates to disabled veterans

A Port Angeles church donated $500 in late November to Chapter 9 of the Disabled American Veterans in Port Angeles, with hopes that other churches… Continue reading

Standing Rock protesters to share stories, more at PT gathering

A group that traveled to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota in November to support the tribe in its effort to stop the… Continue reading

Deputy’s good deed helps veteran near Sequim

A Clallam County sheriff’s deputy is earning praise from the department after buying groceries for an 83-year-old veteran who got lost on his way to… Continue reading

Clallam EDC director stepping down

The Clallam County Economic Development Corporation announced its executive director’s retirement following a closed-door session at its board meeting Thursday, Nov. 17. Bill Greenwood, who… Continue reading