Peninsula prepares for cold, possible snow Sunday evening

The National Weather Service is expecting freezing temperatures to hit the North Olympic Peninsula late this weekend with a possibility of snow… Continue reading

Sequim warming center to open doors every night

The Sequim Community Warming Center will be open for February and March every night of the week, starting tonight. The center will be… Continue reading

Legislative public records subject of new bill

A year after Washington state lawmakers tried to exempt themselves from the state’s Public Records Act,… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Gonzaga lists have local residents … and other items

Five Clallam County residents have been named to Gonzaga University’s fall 2018 dean’s and president’s lists. Anika Van Dyken of Port Angeles was… Continue reading

Sequim to remove parking on small street after complaints

Sequim will remove parking on the north side of a small street, Cape Hope Way, after residents said the roadway had become unsafe.… Continue reading

Attendance dips slightly during Chimacum parents protest

Schools in the Chimacum School District saw a slight decrease in attendance Wednesday as some families protested the resignation of a popular principal.… Continue reading

Port Angeles to assess restrooms: City Council member urges 24-hour access

The city of Port Angeles will conduct an assessment of its public restrooms this year and begin a multi-year replacement of its… Continue reading

Port Townsend City Council hears from city manager task force

The Port Townsend City Council will decide on Monday whether to adopt recommendations from a community task force for the ideal city… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Local CWU students on fall honor roll; new stylist joins Port Angeles salon

Several former Olympic Peninsula students were named to the Central Washington University Fall 2018 honor roll. Undergraduate students who earn a 3.5 or… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Naval exercises scheduled … and other items

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island recently announced that it will conduct exercises to prepare for the 19th annual Citadel Shield — Solid… Continue reading

PHOTO: Just like the big kids

Even younger kids ride scooters in Port Townsend

PHOTO: Sometimes in winter: Enjoying a dry day on the Olympic Peninsula

Dave Stuart of Sequim takes advantage of a dry day to practice his photography from the dock at Lake Crescent Lodge… Continue reading

Report says Eastern Washington residents have higher mortality

People in Eastern Washington are more likely to die from cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2019

Sequim family mourns death of baby

Family members of Gerald Ladd have announced that the 5-month-old has died. “Our Gerald fought hard but he went home to be with… Continue reading

Port Angeles council member suggests making vehicles stop at each light on First, Front downtown

Should the city of Port Angeles re-time its downtown traffic lights to make vehicles stop repeatedly on First and Front streets? City… Continue reading

Opposition to smart meters voiced at Clallam PUD meeting

Informational meetings planned for Monday

Clallam road levy expected to bring in about $7.44 million

Clallam County commissioners have certified the 2019 road levy, an annual action required by state law. Commissioners voted 2-0 Tuesday — with… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District 2 gives awards to firefighters, volunteers, EMTs

Margie Brueckner was named the career Firefighter/Paramedic of the Year at Clallam County Fire District 2’s annual awards ceremony. Volunteer Assistant Fire… Continue reading