Clallam County

Sequim variety show to feature dance troupe

The Olympic Mountain Cloggers dance troupe will be featured at the next Your Community Variety Show, set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The free… Continue reading

S’Klallam village featured in Longhouse exhibit

“Glimpses of a S’Klallam Village at Washington Harbor” continues at the Peninsula College Longhouse Art Gallery. The show, which opened Jan. 2,… Continue reading

‘Shattered Ceilings’ auditions set for next week

Auditions for a reading of “Shattered Ceilings” will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. The play will be performed at the… Continue reading

Lawmakers say DISCLOSE Act would bring campaign donations out of the shadows

A proposed Senate bill and its companion in the House could provide Washington citizens greater transparency… Continue reading

Activities mark MLK Day

Free entrance into Olympic National Park is one of the events marking Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day today. Entrance fees, which are $25 per… Continue reading

News briefs: Coho ferry to take two-week maintenance break … and other items

Black Ball Ferry Line’s M.V. Coho ferry, which runs daily between Victoria and Port Angeles, will take its annual maintenance break from… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Cosmetologist hired at Port Angeles salon; KONP announces week’s lineup

Shear Elegance at 210 E. Fourth St. recently hired cosmetologist Alysha Graham. Graham has been to hair shows and has taken 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 gathering will… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County to consider pact with Clallam Public Defender

Clallam County commissioners will consider a one-year, $1.25 million contract with Clallam Public Defender to represent indigent clients in superior, juvenile and both district courts… Continue reading

Stanwood man who served 10 years for plot to blow up Port Angeles motel convicted on new charges

A Snohomish County man who served 10 years in prison for plotting to use a pipe bomb to blow up a Port Angeles… Continue reading

Madame Iris Mirror is culprit in Sequim’s ‘Whodunnit Downtown?’ case

Port Angeles residents won the prize in the Case of the Silver Lining Secret Formula during the Sequim-Dungness Valley Chamber Merchant Group and… Continue reading

Trial date set for son accused of killing father in Port Angeles

Shay Clinton Darrow is competent to stand trial for his father’s murder, a final report said. Clallam County Superior Court Judge Erik… Continue reading

Some Clallam beaches reopen for shellfish harvesting

Beaches on the Strait of Juan de Fuca from Cape Flattery east to the Lyre River have been reopened for recreational shellfish… Continue reading

Thank you! Peninsula Home Fund donations at $218,004

Thank you! You contributed to remember and honor loved ones. You contributed as groups, couples or individuals. Some of you contributed anonymously. All of you… Continue reading

Port Angeles funeral home begins its annual Operation Valentine

Drennan & Ford Funeral Home & Crematory has begun its eighth annual Operation Valentine collection program. The project allows community members to… Continue reading

Alpacas, glass work on Sequim tour

Every Saturday in January from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., visitors can visit the Happy Valley Alpaca Ranch and the recently opened Molten… Continue reading

U.S. justices to hear Washington appeal of salmon habitat culvert order

The U.S. Supreme Court will review a court order that could force Washington state to pay billions… Continue reading

A glass act: Local finds burgeoning business, art career in glass-blowing

The best laid plans sometimes end up in pieces, in a pile on the floor. That hasn’t deterred Megan Schmidlkofer … not in… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: For many reasons, now is the time to prune

PRUNING. THERE IS no question in my mind that, by far, the best thing that I do horticulturally is pruning. But that is only because… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Tiny teal are eye-catching attraction

COMBINE A CLEAR, crisp winter day with an estuary’s quiet backwater, and you can almost always expect to see several green-winged teal. This smallest of… Continue reading