Clallam County

Matheny to bring jazz horn to college Saturday

Jazz flugelhornist Dmitri Matheny will return to Peninsula College’s Maier Hall for the fifth time in as many years at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Forest Storytelling Festival opens today

She purrs. He whispers. And she, in a clear voice, stands tall to speak her truth. These are Minton Sparks, Jeff Doyle… Continue reading

Comedy tonight at Peninsula College

Comedian K-Von will take the stage of the Peninsula College Little Theater at 7 tonight. The show, hosted by the Associated Student… Continue reading

Sequim photographer Hamilton is featured guest at heritage presentation

The Sequim Museum & Arts features Ross Hamilton as the first guest of its winter heritage presentations, “History Classes at the Old Dungeness… Continue reading

Legislative District 24: Chapman, Wilke differ on school violence, corporate personhood

State Rep. Mike Chapman and challenger Jodi Wilke tackled the issues of school violence and whether corporations are people during a forum in… Continue reading

District 24: Tharinger, McEntire debate on school violence, carbon fee

State Rep. Steve Tharinger and challenger Jim McEntire discussed how to address gun violence at schools and how Washington state should limit its… Continue reading

District Court 2 hopefuls debate in Forks

Two judicial candidates with differing views of each other and the part-time elected position they seek in the Nov. 6 general election squared… Continue reading

Vietnam War era veterans recognized at Port Angeles ceremony

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer honored nearly 100 veterans who served during the Vietnam War era at a commemorative pinning ceremony in Port… Continue reading

Charges dismissed in 40-year-old Port Angeles murder case

A judge’s ruling in favor of dismissing charges against Tommy Ross Jr. in a four-decades-old murder case will be challenged by the… Continue reading

Clallam County PUD hopefuls clash at forum

Candidates for Clallam County Public Utility District commissioner sparred during a League of Women Voters forum, with six-term incumbent Ted Simpson and… Continue reading

Kilmer, Dightman clash on national park, climate change

Dr. Douglas Dightman, a Republican seeking to unseat U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, suggested Olympic National Park be removed from the national park… Continue reading

Port Angeles council backs effort to overturn ruling; home rule at issue, supporters say

Port Angeles has joined a legal effort to defend home rule authority. The City Council voted 5-2 Tuesday — with Cherie Kidd… Continue reading

Tour of Italy dinner, auction to raise funds for Clallam Mosaic

A bit of European flair highlights the funding needs for some of Clallam County’s most vulnerable citizens. The fourth annual Tour of… Continue reading

Traveling surfboard expresses opposition to offshore oil drilling

A traveling surfboard signed by businessmen in the recreation industries who are opposed to offshore oil drilling will be at the Surfrider… Continue reading

Read and Eat Gathering in Forks, a chili cook-off and a Welfare of Animals Group Dogtober Fest on Peninsula

A Read and Eat Gathering in Forks, a chili cook-off and dances in several towns are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula.… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Remember: What is right isn’t always what is easy

I SEND PEOPLE in my congregation birthday and anniversary cards. Most cards are too feminine, so I make my own. I’m guessing the people who… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Celebration at school set tonight in PT … and other items

The newly opened Salish Coast Elementary School will host a Community Celebration from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today. The school at… Continue reading

Teddy Bear Tea tickets to go on sale Saturday

Tickets for the popular Teddy Bear Teas at the Festival of Trees will go on sale Saturday morning. The tickets — $12… Continue reading

Three days of storytelling begin today

The Forest Storytelling Festival runs today through Sunday at Peninsula College, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles. Full-festival packages are available for… Continue reading