Clallam County

LETTER: Faith in our future

Please vote “yes” on the upcoming school levy. Our schools are one of the prime indicators of the faith the community has in its future,… Continue reading

LETTER: Pay fair share

Our community’s civic duty is to bear the financial costs of school construction. I refuse to continue deferring these costs to the future and will… Continue reading

LETTER: Pay it forward

We have just received our ballots to vote on the capital levy for the Port Angeles School District. Please vote. Every vote counts. I know… Continue reading

LETTER: Reject ‘blistering’ school district capital levy

Weirdly, our county, city, and port elected representatives imagine we need their guidance to vote. More weirdly, they pretend they should use their official position… Continue reading

LETTER: Vote for levy

Port Angeles voters should vote “yes” for our schools. There used to be five elementary schools. We cut that down to four. There used to… Continue reading

LETTER: Vote yes on levy

Last night, we ordered pizzas, and I realized that, once a month, those pies cost me about what the school levy will. I did tip… Continue reading

Peninsula Kitchen: For the love of meat loaf

By Emily Hanson For Peninsula Daily News A FRIEND ONCE said to me, “Nothing says ‘I love you’ like a pile of heart-shaped meat.” He… Continue reading

POINT OF VIEW: Clallam EDC’s CEO outlines economic benefit of Port Angeles school levy

By Bob Schroeter ON TUESDAY, VOTERS within the Port Angeles School District face an important vote at a critical crossroads. With Proposition 1 before those… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Cape Flattery levies on Tuesday ballot

Voters in the Port Angeles and Cape Flattery school districts have two days to decide whether or not to support local school… Continue reading

Several Port Angeles businesses moving in wake of hotel plans

Business owners are trying to make the most of the seeming certitude of being displaced in coming months by construction of a… Continue reading

State Senate OKs measure to phase out salmon net-pen farming

In response to a net collapse last summer that released hundreds of thousands of invasive Atlantic salmon into waters famed… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County panel to discuss climate change action

Clallam County commissioners will discuss a resolution authorizing action on climate change in Clallam County on Monday. The work session will begin at 9 a.m.… Continue reading

Red Wine, Cider & Chocolate Tour starts this weekend

EDITOR’S NOTE: This corrects the list of wineries on the tour. Book-ending Valentine’s Day will be two weekends of the Red Wine, Cider & Chocolate… Continue reading

Legislation would aid Olympic Medical Center, other rural hospitals

Olympic Medical Center is backing legislation that would boost reimbursements for patients eligible for Medicaid at cash-strapped rural hospitals. State Sen. Kevin… Continue reading

WOW! forum Wednesday in Sequim considers ways toward ‘successful aging’

Brian Jackson, president and CEO of Sound Senior Care Inc. and Home Instead, will present a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum titled… Continue reading

‘Food as Medicine’ to be presented at Science Café in Sequim on Tuesday

Dr. Carolyn N. DeSalvo will present “Food as Medicine: The Science Behind the Anti-Inflammatory Diet” at the next Sequim Science Café set for… Continue reading

Why do you exist? Traveler to tell of responses to his question Saturday in Port Angeles

Why do you exist? The Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Education Foundation’s Second Saturday Speaker Series will feature a presentation by Kirby Kory,… Continue reading

Ebb & Flow more than a film about oysters; movie to be screened Saturday in Port Angeles

“Ebb & Flow — A Japanese Family, an Oyster and How They Influenced Pacific Northwest History” will be screened at 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Mix of net pen bills takes aim at non-native salmon

State Sen. Kevin Van De Wege is pushing ahead with Senate Bill 6086 regarding fish net pens following a damning report by three… Continue reading

City officials: Mooring floats at Port Angeles City Pier to be installed by June

Boaters will have a place to tie up at Port Angeles City Pier come June, a city official has vowed. Long-awaited mooring… Continue reading