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Clallam PUD candidates discuss BPA, carbon tax

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioner candidates have differing views on the electric supplier for most of the county, with one candidate… Continue reading

 

Land sale approved for Port Angeles hotel

Trust won out over caution Thursday during a rare joint meeting between the Lower Elwha Tribal and City councils. On a 4-2… Continue reading

 

Port Angeles club for youth seeks funds for new facility

A haven for children needs help from adults. The Port Angeles branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

 

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                                The Eighth Street bridge over Valley Creek in Port Angeles will be the site of a celebration of the installation of suicide barriers tonight.

Suicide barriers draw praise in Port Angeles

Two fathers with painful connections to the Eighth Street bridges lauded the recent addition of suicide barriers along the 100-foot-tall spans. Randy… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
                                The Eighth Street bridge over Valley Creek in Port Angeles will be the site of a celebration of the installation of suicide barriers tonight.

Clallam jail inmate pleads guilty to intimidating witness, felony harassment

Marshall Jay Lewis will soon lose the distinction of being the longest-serving inmate at the Clallam County jail. The 40-year-old Sedro-Woolley man… Continue reading

Meeting tonight for proposed ice skating rink in PA

A community meeting will be held tonight to inform and organize residents around establishing a downtown skating rink this fall. The meeting… Continue reading

Navy’s Peninsula submarine escort facility in use now

A ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Port Angeles Coast Guard Station marked the startup of the nation’s second submarine escort pier facility. Cooperation… Continue reading

OPNET says meth stopped on way to prison

An alleged gang-related plan to smuggle drugs into Clallam Bay Corrections Center was foiled when authorities, spearheading a sting operation on Ediz… Continue reading

PHOTO: Heralding the Jewish New Year

a ram’s horn — at a Monday morning sunrise service at Port Angeles City… Continue reading

Cause of fire that destroyed Forks-area mill undetermined

The fire that destroyed a cedar shake mill Wednesday morning, further shrinking a once-flourishing West End industry, likely started in an area where… Continue reading

PHOTO: Rally call for orcas, climate in Port Angeles

Ruby Elisa of Port Townsend, right, was among about 40 people at the daylong Rise for Orcas and Climate Justice rally, sponsored by Olympic Climate… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners announce county manager choice

A former city manager has said he will accept an offer by Clallam County commissioners to succeed county Administrator Jim Jones, who… Continue reading

Origin of skull not yet known

A desecrated human skull found by a beach walker on Labor Day will be examined by the state Department of Archaeology and Historic… Continue reading

Clallam County administrator finalist drops out of running

Stayton City Manager Keith Campbell has become the second person to drop out of the running for retiring Clallam County administrator Jim… Continue reading

Women accused of exposing themselves

Two Port Angeles women who allegedly flashed motorists last week at the Clallam County Courthouse remained in jail Tuesday after they had… Continue reading

Threat, racial slur leads to cultural sensitivity training

A Sequim resident will avoid trial on a felony malicious harassment charge by undergoing cultural sensitivity training after he allegedly threatened and… Continue reading

One remains hospitalized after three-vehicle wreck

Two Sequim residents in a pickup squashed by a dump truck Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent were treated… Continue reading

Peninsula member of public records task force describes first meeting

The 24th District’s state senator was upbeat Wednesday after the task force he’s on met to to discuss the release of legislators’ emails… Continue reading

Wreck sends four to hospital

A dump truck crushed a pickup truck during a three-vehicle collision Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent that… Continue reading

Beach walkers find partial human skull

People walking the beach at Port Williams on Labor Day found a partial human skull with the jawbone and bone fragments missing, authorities… Continue reading