North Olympic Peninsula snowpack stands at 81 percent

Official: No cause for water concerns yet

Preparing for the Big One: Joyce group hardens windows in case of a quake

Plastic film meant to keep glass from shattering

Joyce Emergency Shelter demonstration scheduled

Saturday event will show how facility works in the event of a crisis

Long-term care program legislation now in Senate

Legislation that establishes a long-term care program by having workers pay 0.58 percent of their wages into a… Continue reading

Benefits of Maritime Washington National Heritage Area Act outlined during roundtable discussion

The Maritime Washington National Heritage Area Act will bring more economic opportunity to Western Washington, according to… Continue reading

Rear admiral discusses Growlers, community relations

“Look at this view, there isn’t any place better,” U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Scott Gray, commander of… Continue reading

Teacher, Sequim School District settle discrimination lawsuit

Middle school teacher and former Athletic Director Autumn St. George has settled her 2018 federal lawsuit against the… Continue reading

PHOTO: Finding treasures at annual Jefferson County sale

The 17th annual Jefferson County Community Garage Sale and Flea Market on Saturday had something for everyone, including Steve McCreary Continue reading...

PHOTO: Port Angeles students take part in climate protest

About 25 Port Angeles High School students left classes to carry signs and banners and call attention Continue reading...

PHOTO: Port Townsend students protest for change

A group of about 50 Port Townsend High School students took to Water Street on Friday to Continue reading...

PHOTO: Clallam County Home and Lifestyle Show

The 37th annual Clallam County Home and Lifestyle Show at Port Angeles High School continues today, Sunday, March 17. The Continue reading...

 

Politics

Long-term care program legislation now in Senate

Legislation that establishes a long-term care program by having workers pay 0.58 percent of their wages into a Continue reading...

 

Opinion

PAT NEAL: The skunk cabbage; the real state flower

IT’S SPRINGTIME IN the lowlands. You can tell because folks are back to cussing the rain instead of the snow. Continue reading...

 

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