Clallam County

HELP LINE: Help is only help if it’s wanted and understood

I JUST STUMBLED across something I presented almost exactly 10 years ago (please don’t be concerned, as I seem to stumble a lot). While I’m… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam to screen ‘Highway of Tears’

A documentary about the missing and murdered indigenous woman of Canada will be screened at 6 p.m. Tuesday. “Highway of Tears,” a film… Continue reading

Medicare cuts to hit OMC

The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will cut payments for patient visits to Olympic Medical Center’s off-site clinics by 60… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Flags for ceremony deadline … and other items

The deadline is Thursday for veteran organization flags that are to be displayed during the Veterans Day ceremony… Continue reading

OMC Wellness Services at YMCA of Sequim looks to expand offerings in 2019

Olympic Medical Center’s pilot program at the YMCA of Sequim, which opened more than a year ago, aims to expand its offerings in… Continue reading

PHOTO: Cantwell visits Democrats in Port Angeles

U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, left, is greeted by state representatives Steve Tharinger and Mike Chapman during a campaign stop in Port Angeles… Continue reading

Sequim theater slates auditions for Miller play

Olympic Theatre Arts has announced open auditions for an upcoming production of “Death of a Salesman” by Arthur Miller. Auditions will be at… Continue reading

Sequim’s Coats For Kids hits 5,000-certificate milestone

What started out as a charitable program initially intended to help less than a dozen youths has now, in its 22nd year, put… Continue reading

Short delays planned around Lake Crescent this week

Drivers can expect delays of up to a half-hour during weekday work hours on U.S. Highway 101 around Lake Crescent this… Continue reading

Tickets available for ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

Tickets are available for the Port Angeles High School Drama Club’s production of the musical “Little Shop of Horrors,” which will open… Continue reading

Two treated and discharged after Carlsborg wreck

A Sequim man and a Port Angeles woman were treated and discharged from Olympic Medical Center after a three-vehicle wreck at the intersection… Continue reading

OPAA art show and sale today through Sunday

The Olympic Peninsula Art Association’s show and sale is today through Sunday. The sale will be at the council chambers at the Sequim… Continue reading

Peninsula promoters urged to explore geotourism during tourism summit

Quality trumps quantity when it comes to tourism, a keynote speaker said at the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Summit on Thursday. Promoters of… Continue reading

Nichols seeks medical records

A woman who has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols wants to block disclosure of her… Continue reading

Silent vigils, gathering set in wake of shootings

Gatherings are planned today and Saturday in Port Angeles and Sequim to remember last week’s victims of religious and racial hatred —… Continue reading

Some Clallam County voters have not received ballots

As of Thursday some voters in Clallam County have not received ballots in the mail for Tuesday’s general election, the Auditor’s Office… Continue reading

Tentative contract set with Sequim paraeducators

After six months in negotiations, Sequim paraeducators could receive a 15.9 percent increase in salaries in the next two years. They recently agreed… Continue reading

Clallam County approves draft Shoreline Master Program

In what was described as a “milestone” for Clallam County, the three commissioners approved Tuesday a final draft Shoreline Master Program for… Continue reading

Clallam District Court 1 judge candidates debate as election looms

After squaring off during a dozen forums since May in their quest for an elected Clallam County District Court 1 judicial position,… Continue reading

Tommy Ross Jr. to stay in Oregon awaiting Washington Court of Appeals decision

Tommy Ross Jr. will not be returning to the Clallam County jail, at least for the time being. In a Clackamas… Continue reading