Clallam County

More than 150 teachers and paraeducators ended their demonstration in downtown Port Angeles, circling past the courthouse, supporting the paraeducators’ strike.

Strike to end Monday; Port Angeles paraeducators, district reach pact

Schools will reopen Monday after the Port Angeles Paraeducators Association approved a new wage agreement tonight with the Port Angeles School District,… Continue reading

 

National Adoption Day celebrated at ceremony in Clallam

Miles Bennett, 2, has been a member of the Bennett family since he was born, but on Thursday — National Adoption Day… Continue reading

 

Free community feasts planned on Peninsula for Thanksgiving

Free community feasts are planned on the North Olympic Peninsula on Thanksgiving Day and on days leading up to the annual holiday. The first feast… Continue reading

 

Rohrer maintains led over Black for judgeship

Erik Rohrer maintained his lead over John Black on Thursday by 24 votes in the race for West End Clallam County District… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles panel approves $10.2 million budget

Connie Beauvais split from her two Port of Port Angeles commissioner colleagues Tuesday, voting against a 1 percent property tax increase for… Continue reading

Memorial service in Gardiner honors Medal of Honor recipient

Marvin Shields is the only Seabee to have been given the honor

Permits in process for holiday season shows at Lincoln Theater

Owners want to turn venue into nonprofit performing arts space

Lot rezoned at Olympic Medical Center to allow for parking expansion

Olympic Medical Center has had a residential lot rezoned to allow for a potential parking expansion at its Port Angeles campus. The… Continue reading

‘The most important thing’: Rear admiral talks service at Port Angeles Veterans Day event

On the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, people crowded into a hangar at U.S. Coast Guard Air Station/Sector… Continue reading

Governor appoints replacement for Clallam County Superior Court judge

Gov. Jay Inslee this week selected Brent Basden of Port Angeles to replace outgoing Superior Court Judge Chris Melly, who is resigning… Continue reading

Marijuana producer in Port Angeles accused of selling on black market

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has issued two emergency marijuana license suspensions for North Coast Concentrates, saying it sold marijuana… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council to consider 1 percent levy increase

The Port Angeles City Council is expected to approve next week a 1 percent property tax levy increase. The council passed a… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Police chase suspect on Port Angeles east side … and other items

City police on Thursday were searching for Severin Haase, who they said fled into a ravine on the east side of Port… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts sets the stage for “Heart for the Arts” a fundraiser that promotes a variety of artists in the Sequim community. A few of the live auction contributing artists, from left, are Terri Biondolino with “Hank”a pelican sculpture of felt fiber; David Johannessohn; Toy Buillon, with her and her husband Tim’s (not pictured) piece “Rabbit Clock” made from wood and random items; and Tammy Hall with her driftwood sculpture “Pegasus.” (Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Heart for the Arts to celebrate artists

Olympic Theatre Arts will show off a wide selection of regional artwork tonight in a preview of the inaugural fundraiser, “Heart for the… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts sets the stage for “Heart for the Arts” a fundraiser that promotes a variety of artists in the Sequim community. A few of the live auction contributing artists, from left, are Terri Biondolino with “Hank”a pelican sculpture of felt fiber; David Johannessohn; Toy Buillon, with her and her husband Tim’s (not pictured) piece “Rabbit Clock” made from wood and random items; and Tammy Hall with her driftwood sculpture “Pegasus.” (Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Eighth annual Cranksgiving event set for Saturday

The eighth annual Cranksgiving, a bike-powered benefit for the Sequim Food Bank, will be at 8:45 a.m. Saturday. Sequim’s Cranksgiving organizers last year… Continue reading

Football, Turkey Trot benefit wreaths in week’s plan

A Powderpuff Football game, a Turkey Trot run in Forks and wreath making are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

Holiday gift shopping offered on Peninsula

Holiday bazaars continue to be offered across the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Handmade gifts for the season can be found at these fairs, listed… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Awakening the gratitude within us

THANKSGIVING IS APPROACHING. This is the time of year we are frequently called to focus upon gratitude. What is gratitude, really? Is it simply an… Continue reading

Land trust to honor conservationist

The late Harry Lydiard — a veterinarian, one-time Clallam County commissioner and conservationist — will be honored posthumously with the Gary Colley… Continue reading

Peninsula Singers and Carol Swarbrick present fall concert

Residents can kick off the holiday season with a fall concert, “Carols and Carol,” presented by the Peninsula Singers and special guest Carol… Continue reading