Clallam County

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Alpenfire cider to benefit Olympic Discovery Trail … and other items

Alpenfire Cider announced it has partnered with the Peninsula Trails Coalition to create a cider to benefit the Olympic Discovery Trail. A… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Luncheon meetings are usually Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar & Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s guest speaker… Continue reading

HELP LINE: The 2018 Medicare costs are now available

ONE OF THE more annoying things about Medicare (Well, OK, I know, but …) is that we tend to get dribs and drabs of information… Continue reading

More Strait beaches reopened to shellfish harvesting

Beaches on the Strait of Juan de Fuca from the Lyre River east to the Jefferson County line — with exception Sequim… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Co-op start-up presentations set … and other items

Two presentations on how to start a co-op will be held in East Jefferson County. One will be Thursday at Quimper Grange, 1219 Corona St.,… Continue reading

Correct puzzle to be published

and the correct answers for the puzzle published Wednesday, Feb. 14 — will be… Continue reading

Clallam, Jefferson counties land millions in grants for salmon projects

The Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board and the Puget Sound Partnership have awarded $7.8 million in grants to projects on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Levy hopes dashed, fulfilled: Port Angeles, Cape Flattery backers respond to initial election results

Election Day left the West End’s Cape Flattery School District basking in victory and Port Angeles School District — with about 1,000… Continue reading

Clallam County to file suit against opioid firms

Clallam County has inked an agreement with a Seattle law firm to sue manufactures and wholesalers of prescription painkillers to recover the… Continue reading

Port Angeles woman charged after allegedly hitting shed, parked car, house

Bail of $25,000 has been set for a 52-year-old Port Angeles woman who was allegedly intoxicated when police said she struck a… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners add interim ban on non-native fish farms to shoreline plan

Atlantic salmon raised in new fish farms became even more unwelcome Monday in waters off Clallam County. County commissioners at their work… Continue reading

Last on the bucket list: World War II veteran gets birthday balloon ride in Sequim

Tom McKeown Sr., a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of World War II, had a memorable early birthday present. The 95-year-old Port Angeles man… Continue reading

Purchase of downtown Port Angeles property for hotel nears

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s plans to build an 86-room, $25 million downtown hotel are back on track after a delay over… Continue reading

Failing road rebuild top priority of Port Angeles Transportation Benefit District

A crumbling section of West 10th Street is getting a makeover. The city of the Port Angeles has received a $1.15 million… Continue reading

Expected state revenue increase good news for lawmakers

As lawmakers prepare to unveil their supplemental budget proposals next week they received good news Thursday… Continue reading

Grammy-nominated singer in Port Angeles tonight

Five-time Grammy-nominated artist Karrin Allyson will perform at the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center at 7 tonight. Ticket prices for… Continue reading

Port Angeles chamber officials tell of progress

The Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce has made “tremendous progress” in its transition from a tourism and marketing organization to a… Continue reading

NEW BRIEFS: Royal Canadian Navy to use Bentinck Island range … and other items

The land-based demolition range at Bentinck Island will be in use Monday through Friday, Feb. 23, the Royal Canadian Navy announced. The… Continue reading

AAUW to host silent auction

AAUW Port Townsend will host its annual Silent Auction on Saturday. Auction proceeds will fund American Association of University Women scholarships and… Continue reading

Building expo offers 78 vendors this weekend

The 21st anniversary Building, Remodeling and Energy Expo will bring 78 vendors to the Sequim High School on Saturday and Sunday. The expo… Continue reading