Clallam County

Two cars collide in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES – Two people were taken to Olympic Medical Center after two cars collided on West Edgewood Drive. Assistant Chief Mike DeRousie of Clallam… Continue reading

Work on hiatus around Lake Crescent

Drivers can travel free of obstructions around Lake Crescent this week. No construction work is planned on U.S. Highway 101 around… Continue reading

A 5:13 a.m. blaze burned a residential structure at 16th and H streets in Port Angeles Saturday morning. (Jay Cline/Clallam Fire District No. 2)

Port Angeles building burns in early Saturday blaze

Port Angeles Fire Department and Clallam Fire District No. 2 responded to a residential structure fire at 16th and H streets at… Continue reading

A 5:13 a.m. blaze burned a residential structure at 16th and H streets in Port Angeles Saturday morning. (Jay Cline/Clallam Fire District No. 2)

Bridge barrier work underway in Port Angeles

A work crew places upright posts on the Eighth Street bridge over Valley Creek in Port Angeles on Wednesday as part of a project to… Continue reading

Voters choose two candidates for Clallam County commissioner general election

Democrat Mike Doherty will face off against incumbent Bill Peach, a Republican, as they vie for the District 3 seat on the… Continue reading

Neupert, Hayden to vie in November for District 1 judgeship

Third-place Clallam County primary election finisher Pam Lindquist threw her support Wednesday behind Clallam County District Court 1 judge candidate Dave Neupert.… Continue reading

PA man recuperating following concert attack

A Port Angeles man who works in Sequim is recuperating in Wenatchee from a head injury after he was assaulted with a rock… Continue reading

Public comment being taken for Olympic Hot Springs Road action

An environmental assessment of a proposed geotechnical investigation to judge the engineering feasibility of relocating a portion of Olympic Hot Springs… Continue reading

Rescue team rushes to help ailing orca spotted off Canada

Teams of whale experts Thursday were racing out to sea to help an ailing young orca, but… Continue reading

Perseids, planets on view at Hurricane Ridge

Heavens star in telescope program

Forks man dies in US 101 crash on West End

A 77-year-old Forks man died in a one-vehicle collision Wednesday morning 49 miles south of Forks at the Jefferson County-Grays Harbor County border.… Continue reading

Clallam firefighters help to mop up blaze near Cheney

Clallam County firefighters are part of a crew mopping up the Silver Lake Fire, which was reported to be 340 acres and 43… Continue reading

Sequim man sentenced in rape cases

A former Sequim church trustee who has been convicted of raping two eighth-grade girls in 2015 and 2016 and tampering with a… Continue reading

Northwest Colonial Festival continues through Sunday

The Northwest Colonial Festival will offer a Colonial Village and re-enactments of important Revolutionary War battles and other activities through Sunday. The festival,… Continue reading

Stamp club celebrates quarter-century on Saturday with free show

Sequim’s Judy Newblom’s love of lighthouses shined a light on a new hobby — stamps. While she’s lived in Sequim for seven years,… Continue reading

A ‘Night at the Museum’ in honor of Robby Streett

“A Night at the Museum” is coming to life with a variety of activities and proceeds donated to the Robby Streett Legacy Fund.… Continue reading

Active shooter training set today at Clallam Bay School

Clallam County first responders will participate in their annual full-scale active shooter training at Clallam Bay School today. The training will be… Continue reading

Book sales, ice cream social, night of bowling offered on Peninsula

Library book sales, an ice cream social and a free night of bowling are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

Fiber, charcoal, watercolors on exhibit during Second Saturday

The work of fiber artist Leslie Hoex will be featured at the Landing Artists Studio from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday… Continue reading