Clallam County

National Park fees to rise — but by only $5 per vehicle

The Interior Department is increasing fees at the most popular national parks by $5 per… Continue reading

Olympic BirdFest field trips begin today

Space could still be available today for some of the field trips offered by the 15th annual Olympic BirdFest, which begins today and… Continue reading

Pallet Art Workshop set for Saturday

The Pallet Art Workshop on Saturday is intended to encourage participation in the Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Craft’s Innovative Reuse Showcase. Brenda… Continue reading

Public invited to help build Pennies for Quarters tiny house

Pennies For Quarters, a nonprofit organization, is putting together a tiny house this weekend and the public is invited to help. Pennies… Continue reading

Story crafters to meet, work on skills

The Quimper Storytelling Guild will welcome aspiring and seasoned storytellers to Third Sunday StoryCrafting from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Stories… Continue reading

Student paper presentations to highlight Peninsula history

Seven sixth- to 11th-grade students will present papers on Clallam County history at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The presentations and displays will be… Continue reading

Your Community Variety Show moves to grange hall

Your Community Variety Show will relocate to the Sequim Prairie Grange beginning Tuesday. The free, two-hour show starts at 6:30 p.m. on the… Continue reading

Clallam elected officials consider raise

Clallam County’s non-judicial elected officials are looking to restructure their positions’ salaries to be based on a percentage of what a Superior… Continue reading

Tsunami Roadshow to provide information in Jefferson, Clallam counties

Are you aware of the damage an earthquake and tsunami could do to Jefferson and Clallam counties and the steps you should take when one… Continue reading

Much growth of ODT expected in next five years

The Olympic Discovery Trail will experience significant growth in the next five years, particularly south of Port Townsend and west of Forks,… Continue reading

Olympic, Rainier national parks to use donation for improved dispatch system

With the help of a $1 million donation from the estate of Bette Wallace, Olympic National Park and Mount Rainier National… Continue reading

State Rep. Tharinger told of ‘unintended consequences’ affecting counties

Clallam County Commissioner Randy Johnson told state Rep. Steve Tharinger the state needs to consider how its decisions affects counties and local… Continue reading

Super Saver Foods preparing for grand opening in Port Angeles

Crews are stocking Super Saver Foods shelves with groceries and other products as the store in the former Hagen and Albertsons site… Continue reading

Food Bank adds more parking, seeks summer support for student meals

Plans to expand services at the Sequim Food Bank are underway. On Friday, crews with Blue Mountain Tree Service Inc. of Sequim removed… Continue reading

Repairs scheduled for Tumwater Street bridge

Tumwater Street bridge will be closed for repairs beginning Monday. The $185,996 maintenance project is expected to be completed on or about… Continue reading

Jones, commissioners talk of search for county administrator

Since Clallam County Administrator Jim Jones announced his retirement, he has received plenty of emails from agencies trying to recruit him for… Continue reading

LETTER: Time to stop or end product bans

It’s time to ban the ban. We are banning everything from soup to nuts. Some I can understand, such as gun bump stocks. However, I… Continue reading

New rule bans vessels from releasing sewage into Puget Sound

Recreational and commercial vessels will not be able to release treated or untreated sewage into Puget Sound… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles School District Board of Directors meeting … and other items

The Port Angeles School District Board of Directors will convene for a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. The meeting will be… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Celebrating April Fools’ week

THROUGHOUT THE YEARS, I’ve had enough April Fools’ jokes, pranks and poisonings played on me to make me dread this so-called holiday like the curse… Continue reading