Firefighters collect donations in Port Angeles, Sequim

Firefighters in Port Angeles and Sequim will collect donations in decorated fire trucks in the days ahead. The Port Angeles Fire Department will conduct its… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Townsend beaches approved for some shellfish harvesting … and other items

Marine biotoxins that cause paralytic shellfish poisoning have declined enough to allow recreational shellfish harvesting for oysters, manila clams and mussels at… Continue reading

Sequim man dies after medical event causes crash

A Sequim man died of a medical event that had caused him to veer off Lost Mountain Road and hit a tree. Roger… Continue reading

Washington tribes say pipeline will harm orcas, way of life

Several U.S. tribal leaders told Canadian energy regulators Wednesday that increased tanker traffic from a proposed pipeline… Continue reading

  • Nov 30, 2018

Two men hurt in separate pedestrian-vehicle collisions in Port Angeles

Two Port Angeles men were injured Tuesday night and Wednesday morning in separate vehicle-pedestrian collisions at two city crosswalks. James Matheny, 67,… Continue reading

Volunteer orientations set for nonprofit hospice

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County plans volunteer orientation Thursday, Dec. 6 in Carlsborg and Friday, Dec. 7 in Port Angeles. The Carlsborg session will be… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Ceremony set for Winter Ice Village in Port Angeles … and other items

A ceremonial ribbon-cutting is planned for the Winter Ice Village at 5:45 p.m. Friday. The seasonal ice skating rink at 121 W.… Continue reading

Search and rescue equipment stolen

The Port Angeles Police Department is investigating after someone stole more than $20,000 worth of search and rescue equipment from the Clallam… Continue reading

Discovery Bay woman, search dog to look for cremains in California

Discovery Bay resident Lynne Angeloro and her search dog Berkeley, a border collie, will head to California for a month to help… Continue reading

Lawsuit claims Clallam County violated Growth Management Act

Clallam County officials will discuss mineral resource lands in the coming weeks after property owners filed legal action against the county alleging… Continue reading

Clallam County takes 1 percent increase

The Clallam County commissioners approved a 1 percent increase of its general purpose and road fund property tax levies in a 2-1… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council to refrain from meeting on night of general election

After decades of meeting regularly on election night, the Port Angeles City Council has decided to gather on the Wednesday after the… Continue reading

Dog rescued from Bogachiel River

First responders reunited a woman with her dog after it was swept away by the swollen Bogachiel River on Tuesday, according to… Continue reading

Conservation district scores top-notch state audit

The Office of the Washington State Auditor recently completed an accountability audit of Clallam Conservation District. The audit concluded that the conservation district… Continue reading

India studying island to see if man’s body can be recovered

Indian officials have traveled repeatedly in recent days near the remote island where an American missionary… Continue reading

  • Nov 28, 2018

Medical examiner calls immigrant detainee’s death a suicide

A Russian asylum seeker who conducted a hunger strike to protest the conditions at an immigration jail… Continue reading

  • Nov 28, 2018

NEWS BRIEFS: Port of Port Townsend rates eyed … and other items

The Port of Port Townsend commissioners will consider final approval of new rates for 2019 when they meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.… Continue reading

Winds and waves dock ferry, down power lines

High winds kept the Port Townsend-Coupeville ferry at the dock and brought down limbs and power lines Monday in Jefferson and Clallam counties. The National… Continue reading

Sequoia in Port Angeles Lions Park to be cut down

A majestic sequoia that graces Lions Park in Port Angeles will be removed next month, much to the dismay of those who… Continue reading

DNR: Timber volume projected to increase for Jefferson in 2019

The state Department of Natural Resources timber volume projections for 2019 shows the largest increase is slated for Jefferson County. A volume… Continue reading