Clallam County

50 middle school students compete in History Day competition

Fifty eighth-grade students from Stevens Middle School traveled to Bremerton to compete in the History Day regional competition at Olympic College on March… Continue reading

Adventure Club offers outdoor exploration

The sun is peeking out of the clouds, birds zigzag overhead and sounds of the river and children’s laughter fill the air. Adventure… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: It’s time for the best Arbor Day ever

HAPPY ARBOR DAY! Here’s hoping the joy of this most special day fills your heart with love and appreciation for the trees and all they… Continue reading

Slain woman’s neighbors still on ‘high alert’ as police continue to investigate

Makah tribal member Valerie Claplanhoo killed in Sequim apartment

Three cars collide in wreck near Port Angeles

Three Port Angeles residents suffered apparent minor injuries in a three-car wreck near the Walmart Supercenter in Port Angeles. The 10:48 a.m.… Continue reading

Dungeness Valley Creamery recalls raw milk products feared to be contaminated

Dungeness Valley Creamery is voluntarily recalling retail raw whole milk, skim milk and cream because it might be contaminated with Escherichia coli bacteria… Continue reading

Bainbridge Island man set to be sentenced today in killing of Sequim woman

Defense attorney: Commitment likely for Benjamin Bonner

Clallam Conservation District eyes rates, charges

Fees for property owners intended to create reliable funding

Forks man jailed for investigation of first-degree child molestation

A Forks man has been arrested for investigation of first-degree child molestation of a girl younger than 12 years old. Bail of $50,000… Continue reading

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Two young local riders win at Sunday’s NW Cup

They came from as far away as the cold of Quebec and Vermont and the balmy deserts of Southern California. They even… Continue reading

Law and the Landing free legal clinic scheduled for April 20

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers will hold Law at the Landing from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20. The free legal… Continue reading

PHOTO: Just a nibble in Port Angeles

A squirrel nibbles on a pine cone on Dry Hill west of Port Angeles on Sunday afternoon.… Continue reading

PHOTOS: Cleanup ongoing in Port Angeles after windstorm

Brooke Keohokalole and Leon Leonard, maintenance workers with the city of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department, clear debris from Lincoln Park… Continue reading

A U.S. Coast Guard response boat medium like the one used to evacuate a man from a freighter in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Sunday. (U.S. Coast Guard)

Coast Guard evacuates man from freighter in Strait

EMTs take victim to Olympic Medical Center

A U.S. Coast Guard response boat medium like the one used to evacuate a man from a freighter in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Sunday. (U.S. Coast Guard)

State Senate, House don’t see eye to eye on budgets

Differences on Morse Creek, Hadlock wastewater facility, Boys & Girls Clubs, boatbuilding school

Forks Aquatic Center can’t use timber sales revenue to fix building

Issue tied to conflicting interpretations of state law

ON THE WATERFRONT: Coast Guard boat out for renovation

PLATYPUS MARINE IN Port Angeles has Swordfish stowed in the Commander building. She is an 87-foot Coast Guard patrol boat which is homeported in Port… Continue reading

PHOTO: Raising funds for animals in Port Angeles

A.J. Newland, 9, of Port Angeles pets Slater, a 5-month-old Chihuahua/Doberman pinscher puppy, during a pet adoption and fundraising session for the Olympic Peninsula Humane… Continue reading