Clallam County

Regional lawmakers win Association of Washington Cities awards

Two state lawmakers from Sequim have been named 2018 City Championship Award recipients by the Association of Washington Cities. Sen. Kevin Van De… Continue reading

Grant to help redesign teaching of some subjects at Peninsula College

Peninsula College was recently awarded $149,700 from College Spark Washington as part of an annual, competitive statewide community grants program. The grant… Continue reading

All but one incumbent unopposed so far in Clallam candidate filings

Incumbent elected Clallam County officials are sitting pretty for the Nov. 6 general election with two days left for challengers to file… Continue reading

Sequim Library expansion to be on November ballot

Months of planning, community outreach and architectural design toward expansion, the Sequim Library got its stamp of approval from its elected board last… Continue reading

Sequim schools to host ceremony for levy

Sequim School District will host a groundbreaking ceremony for its proposed capital projects levy at the Sequim Community School on Friday. The ceremony… Continue reading

Port Angeles prepares for new plastic bag law

City officials say they are helping businesses prepare for the “Bring Your Own Bag” law, in which thin plastic carry-out bags will… Continue reading

Fundraiser to raise funds for disabled veterans

A fundraiser benefiting the local Disabled American Veterans chapter set for June 3 is to be packed with hours of music and dancing.… Continue reading

Man pulled from water identified as Port Townsend resident, Sequim attorney

The man found dead in the Port Townsend Boat Haven on Monday morning has been identified as Anthony Philip Mauhar Jr., a… Continue reading

Contests created with new candidate filings

The second day of candidates filing for the Nov. 6 general election produced contested races for West End-area District Court 2, the… Continue reading

Ducks race to the finish line during the 28th Annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby in Port Angeles on Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Kids’ event added to Duck Derby

A kids’ “Duck Pluck” will be held in conjunction with the 29th annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby at Lincoln Park on… Continue reading

Ducks race to the finish line during the 28th Annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby in Port Angeles on Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Motorcyclist in satisfactory condition after wreck

A Port Angeles motorcyclist airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after a two-vehicle wreck south of Quilcene on Saturday was listed in satisfactory condition… Continue reading

First Federal Community Foundation awards grants

First Federal Community Foundation has awarded spring grants to 14 nonprofits, nine of which are on the North Olympic Peninsula. The awards… Continue reading

Anglers group cancels annual Sequim Kids Fishing Day

The North Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Puget Sound Anglers is cutting bait on a popular youth event. The Sequim-based fishing group’s Kids… Continue reading

First day of filing week in Clallam yields primary race

The first day for Clallam County candidates to file for the Nov. 6 general election produced a contest for the Aug. 7… Continue reading

‘Obnoxious’ entry takes top SEF Film Festival honors

“Obnoxious”? Perhaps — but it is an award-winning entry. A trio of Sequim High School freshmen brought home not only first place overall… Continue reading

Annual torch run to raise dollars for Special Olympics

A special time of the year sees state law enforcement officials again raising awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Each year, officers from all agencies… Continue reading

Community scavenger hunt a learning experience

A trip to the grocery store isn’t just for bread, bananas and milk anymore. The North Olympic Library System is working with the… Continue reading

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Cash, connection: Coyle’s got the right mix

HE WORKS IN the woods; what he builds is community, with music as the floorboards. For nine years now, Norm Johnson and the Concerts in… Continue reading

Light pollution topic of presentation

Two International Dark-Sky Association members will herald their organization’s efforts to combat light pollution during “The Battle Against Light Pollution” at 6… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Commercial shooting committee sets meeting for 1 p.m. today in Port Townsend; Port Angeles nurse given leadership award

The Jefferson County Commercial Shooting Facility Review Committee will continue its discussion about the impact of indoor and outdoor shooting facility when… Continue reading