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From R-L Branden Sirguy, Arden Cogar, Mathew Cogar, and Will Roberts wait to compete in the relay competition at the STIHL Timbersports World Championship in Austria in 2010.
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Onlookers in the park watched as a minivan with two masked men pull up and one man jumped out, grabbed a toddler and took off.
Community volunteers add a certain kind of value to any project or program they work on or assist with.
Port Angeles) -- For the second time in two weeks, the Clallam County Courthouse has been evacuated due to a bomb threat.
Spokane Police Major Crimes detectives have made another arrest in connection to the murder of Doug Carlile on December 15, 2013.
A northern Idaho man has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of an acquaintance at a trailer park.
The spring migration of gray whales is underway as more than 20,000 swim from their breeding waters off Baja, Mexico, to rich feeding grounds in Alaska's Bering Sea.
The sport salmon seasons were decided Wednesday, and opportunities will be very similar to last year along with some positive changes for coastal fisheries.
PORT ANGELES) - The price for a gallon of gasoline is up for the state of Washington.
A 7-ton concrete sculpture made to recall a whale vertebra will be moved and planted not far from its current home near Valley Creek estuary in the coming weeks.
For over half a century, the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society has been headquartered in a dark and dreary place on the west side of Port Angeles; not a cheery place for animals or humans.
Here's a great way to start the paddling season: head to the Port Angeles Kayak and Film Festival, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.
The inability of Nippon Paper Industries USA to start up its upgraded cogeneration plant has made it impossible for the Olympic Region Clean Air Agency to take advantage of equipment installed to assess the plant's boiler emissions from burning biomass, the state monitoring agency says.
Three writers will get together for "Memoir as Story," a free reading and discussion at Wine on the Waterfront, the venue inside The Landing mall at 115 E. Railroad Ave., this Tuesday night.