Clallam County

PAT NEAL: From elk to puncheon trails

IN LAST WEEK’S episode we were considering the evolution of the Olympic Peninsula infrastructure while cruising the highways and byways of the paradise we call… Continue reading

Peninsula College offering $100K in scholarships

Beginning Tuesday, the Peninsula College Foundation will offer more than $100,000 in scholarships to students attending Peninsula College for the 2019-20 school… Continue reading

Tourism project grant funds available throughout 2019

The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau is seeking applications for qualified tourism project grants, primarily targeted to off-peak season activities within Clallam County.… Continue reading

Port Angeles council to consider multi-family housing action

The Port Angeles City Council is considering a property tax exemption to spur multi-family housing development. The first step would be to… Continue reading

Port Angeles vigil planned in honor of Valerie Claplanhoo

Makah tribal member was found slain in Sequim apartment

Sentencing set for February for two men in Net Nanny sting

One man has pleaded guilty and another was found guilty by a jury following their arrest in a Net Nanny operation. Ming… Continue reading

PHOTO: Drilling in the basics at ROTC competition in Port Angeles

Members of the Port Angeles High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps perform in an armed drill for the judges during Saturday’s Northwest Drill… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer to host town hall meetings next week … and other items

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, will hear from residents of Washington’s 6th Congressional District at a series of town hall meetings throughout the region… Continue reading

Bill would allow use of marijuana at schools

A bill proposed by state Rep. Brian Blake of Aberdeen would allow marijuana on school campuses… Continue reading

Kilmer meets with Hurricane Ridge group on funding amid federal shutdown

Without being able to open, board expects to lose at least $50,000

Things to watch in Washington Legislature this year

Mental health, education, environment, sexual harassment, public records top the list of priorities.

Sequim’s Olympic View Inn under new ownership

Guests at Olympic View Inn might notice some small changes next time they book a room at the hotel in Sequim. Crystal Investment… Continue reading

Family, deputies searching for missing Sequim woman

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Heather Tegerdine of Sequim. Deputies say Tegerdine, who suffers from… Continue reading

Coho ferry to be out of service for maintenance

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

Peninsula residents create safety net through Home Fund

You did it. You created a safety net for our neighbors on the North Olympic Peninsula. Thank you. Despite stock market jitters and the press… Continue reading

ON THE WATERFRONT: Port and starboard have their origins explained

AT THE BEGINNING of the week, the 360-foot petroleum products tank barge DBL 55 moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3. I understand… Continue reading

Sequim VFW embezzler sentenced

A woman who embezzled nearly $10,000 from the Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars Post has been sentenced to 24 months of probation,… Continue reading

Evidence sifted in triple homicide investigation

Investigators remained without suspects Friday in what may be Clallam County’s first triple homicide as they continue to collect a growing volume… Continue reading

Three injured when car misses curve on Highway 101 near Elwha River

Three California women were injured when the driver of an eastbound car missed the curve to the left just east of the… Continue reading

OUR VIEW: Compassion, generosity saves us all

On Friday, the first of some 420,000 federal workers nationwide received paychecks with zeros where their wages used to be. On Tuesday, more federal workers… Continue reading