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The Port Angeles City Council has voted to explore three funding options for code enforcement, including a… Continue reading
Peninsula College students Abigail Kuth, left, and Malachi Delano, both of Port Angeles, dance in the sunshine on a patio Continue reading...
Grace Kendall of Port Angeles, left, takes a cellphone photo of her son, Max, 12, as he wears a chain Continue reading...
For Developmental Disability Awareness Month, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Clallam County Health and Human Services, Clallam Mosaic,… Continue reading
For Developmental Disability Awareness Month, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,… Continue reading
Tamara Galvan, facilities director for the Feiro Marine Life… Continue reading
Legislation that establishes a long-term care program by having workers pay 0.58 percent of their wages into a Continue reading...
A crash early Monday morning in the Safeway East parking lot that left a trail of debris… Continue reading
Child is in licensed foster care
The Lower Elwha Wellness Center will host an open house from 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. today,… Continue reading
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency has proposed a boundary change for its county committee… Continue reading
Ryan Tolberd netted a hat trick as Sequim continued their strong run of play with a shutout victory… Continue reading
Johnnie Young pitched a complete-game gem, allowing one run on five hits while striking out 10 and walking… Continue reading
It was an evening of creativity, care and community support as Port Angeles High School students, friends… Continue reading
Tickets are available now for the fourth-annual Kiwanis Spring Dinner & Auction, benefiting Camp Beausite NW. The… Continue reading
You did it. You created a safety net for our neighbors on Continue reading...
David Burroughs loves Romani — aka Gypsy — music. Continue reading...
One bright Sunday in November, Nina Jones took the Continue reading...
New Year’s Eve — is the last day of the Continue reading...
WE WILL RECLAIM our laughter and joy, she told me, for the work ahead. Kathleen Dean Moore, philosopher, nature writer Continue reading...
The Sequim Elks Lodge will hosts a pair of bands with contrasting styles today and Sunday. Both will… Continue reading
Event is the second in the center’s Dinner Talk series