Clallam County

Registration open now for free ‘Healing Adventure’

Survivor’s Outdoor Experience is taking registrations now for the eighth edition of the Healing Adventure, a retreat for those who have… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center hosts health care event today

Olympic Medical Center will host group sessions on advance care planning today in observance of “Healthcare Decision Day.” Sandy Ulf conducted a session at 10… Continue reading

Audubon group to hear mastodon stories

The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park, 2151 W.… Continue reading

PHOTO: Port Townsend busker fiddles for funds in Sequim

Robert Downing of Port Townsend fiddles for donations in front of the Sequim QFC store Friday afternoon. Downing, who calls himself “The Mad Fiddler,” saw… Continue reading

20-30 handguns stolen after loader is used to break through gate at FREDS Guns

Business owner: ‘They tried to tear down my building to commit this crime’

Native American health care bill heads for governor’s desk

Measure had unanimous votes in both chambers

Fire damages house in west Port Angeles

City crews knock down blaze in unoccupied home

Bike rider to urge ‘engaging while aging’ in stories

Lin Bruce is a late blooming, against-the-odds cross-country cyclist whose first transcontinental ride was in honor of her 60th birthday in 1999.… Continue reading

PHOTO: Early easter fun plays out in Port Angeles

Seven-year-old Naveah Davidson of Port Angeles creates a rabbit mask during Saturday’s Easter Fun Day at the Camp Fire Clubhouse in Port Angeles. Dozens of… Continue reading

PHOTO: Raising funds for Olympic Peninsula Alpaca Rescue

Alexis Price, 12, of Port Angeles watches over a pen with alpacas, from left, Nikki, Patches, Oceania and Paxton, on display at a flea market… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County, port to talk about jobs, environment

Clallam County commissioners and Port of Port Angeles commissioners will hear a report on improving the environment while fostering job creation in a joint meeting… Continue reading

U.S. Highway 101 to get overnight, single-lane closures

Travelers can expect overnight, single-lane closures each weekday on U.S. Highway 101 from Gardiner Road to West Uncas Road beginning as early… Continue reading

Log truck wrecks on Highway 112

A man driving a log truck was injured when he ran off state Highway 112 into a ditch about four miles west… Continue reading

First Federal Community Foundation welcomes new executive director

First Federal Community Foundation will see a changing of the guard this month. Jan Simon will succeed Karen McCormick, who is retiring… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Beware the temptation of premature planting

IT HAPPENS EVERY year and I just cannot express how much I hate it. This last week while shopping, not only did I see tomatoes… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Twice-monthly networking breakfasts are held at 7:30 a.m. on the first and third Fridays of the month at… Continue reading

Four-hour delays around Lake Crescent delayed

Drivers have a one-week respite from four-hour delays on U.S. Highway 101 around Lake Crescent. The final phase of a three-year… Continue reading

Hearing held for Sequim man accused of selling meth

A Sequim man arrested Thursday for investigation of intent to deliver $7,600 worth of methamphetamine has been released on his own recognizance.… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Elderspeak often offends when trying to help

HERE’S AN EMAIL I received the other day. In addition to the gentleman’s obvious good taste in column-writers, he makes a good point: “Just wondering… Continue reading