Clallam County

‘Natural intelligence’ focus of Hurricane Ridge benefit

The Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Club and Hurricane Ridge Ski Team will host the third talk in the Outdoor Adventure Series at… Continue reading

FAITH BRIEFS: Unity guest speaker set for weekend … and other items

The Rev. Eva McGinnis will present “Joy of Spring” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. McGinnis will be the guest speaker at Unity in… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Humility, humbleness are the path to inner peace

A LONG TIME ago in a galaxy far, far away (cue the “Star Wars” music) I worked with juvenile felons at a place called Echo… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail, Spruce Railroad Trail projects are topic of March 21 talk

Rich James, Clallam County transportation manager, will discuss the Olympic Discovery Trail and Spruce Railroad Trail projects and trailhead improvements at 7… Continue reading

Opioids play, pinewood derby among Peninsula activities

A play about opioids, a pinewood derby and several concerts are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on… Continue reading

Peninsula loses jobs, jobless rate rises

North Olympic Peninsula employers shed 400 jobs in January as unemployment rose to 8.1 percent in Clallam County and 6.6 percent in… Continue reading

PHOTO: A shining moment in the sun on the North Olympic Peninsula

Kirk Peterson of Port Angeles, center, holds the hand of his great-granddaughter, Ella Holland, 2½, as his granddaughter, Sheena Peterson of Port Angeles, right, takes… Continue reading

Power outage scheduled

An electrical power outage is scheduled in the Lower Elwha/Edgewood area today. The outage, which will affect about 300 Clallam County Public… Continue reading

Rocks, gems, jewelry in the spotlight as spring show set this weekend

A feast for the eyes for rock hounds is planned this weekend at the spring 2019 Rock, Gem & Jewelry Show. The… Continue reading

Salmon Coalition earns 2019 Out Standing in the Field honor

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition will receive this year’s Out Standing in the Field Award from North Olympic Land Trust at the… Continue reading

Tickets for the Kiwanis club’s annual fundraising raffle now on sale

Tickets are on sale now for the Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles’ annual fundraising raffle. Tickets for the raffle are $10 each… Continue reading

Tufted Puffins in spotlight at OPAS meeting

John Platt and Ajay Varma will present “The Private Aleutian World of Tufted Puffins” at the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society meeting at 7… Continue reading

Walkling trust issues community grants

The Ben and Myrtle Walkling Memorial Trust has announced the award of 12 community grants totaling $23,529. The trust was created by… Continue reading

Nash’s Organic Produce starts online campaign after birds eat spring crops

After 10 acres of their spring crops were eaten by migrating birds after a heavy February snowfall, staff with Nash’s Organic Produce in… Continue reading

District 24 telephone town hall set

The three legislators representing legislative District 24 will host a telephone town hall at 6 p.m. Tuesday. State Sen. Kevin Van De Wege,… Continue reading

Sequim School District seeks extension for Carlsborg sewer connection

A looming deadline to connect to the Carlsborg Sewer Project could mean a difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars for Sequim School… Continue reading

Volunteers needed to help pull up English ivy March 16

There will be a work party to pull English ivy from the hillside near the Oak Street pedestrian ramp Saturday, March 16.… Continue reading

Navy declines to include Growler monitoring as mitigation for effect on historic districts

The Navy has determined the way it will mitigate the addition of Growler EA-18G jets over historic properties on Whidbey Island and… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival pageant reset for Thursday

The contestants are the same, the show is the same. It’s just at a new day for the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s annual Royalty… Continue reading

Schools’ central kitchen nearly ready, ribbon cutting set

The Sequim School District’s new central kitchen is expected to be ready for use in April. The kitchen is expected to be largely… Continue reading