Clallam County

Hurricane Ridge Road project begins Monday

A weekday trip to Hurricane Ridge will take a bit longer than normal this year. Crews on Monday will begin a five-month,… Continue reading

LETTER: A modest proposal for Sequim’s letter ‘e’

Here is an idea which can be either fun to think about, or perhaps even dabble with, providing some light-hearted approach to April Fools Day:.… Continue reading

Memorial service set for Biery, state and regional political strategist

A memorial service has been set for Nancy Biery, a strategist and consultant whose influence was felt in political circles across the… Continue reading

One-of-a kind collaboration expected to train health care workers on Peninsula

Peninsula College is teaming up with health care providers from Clallam and Jefferson counties in a wide-ranging $1 million effort funded by… Continue reading

Second trial to be scheduled for accused rapist

A second trial for accused rapist Martin C. Perez will be rescheduled next week because of witness unavailability. Perez, 40, is charged… Continue reading

Sequim High graduate managing painting business for a summer

Right out of the gate from high school, Sequim High graduate Christian Davis is getting hands-on experience managing a painting business in Sequim.… Continue reading

THE COOKING HOBBYIST: A dinner even a dinner-despiser can love

I DESPISE DINNER. It’s not that I mind eating the meal. It’s just such a hassle to plan, prepare and serve dinner. I don’t know… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge closures canceled

SHINE – Night work scheduled Saturday and Sunday on the Hood Canal Bridge has been canceled due to predictions of inclement weather. Work and closures… Continue reading

Darrow plans insanity defense

Alleged murderer Shay Clinton Darrow waived his right to a speedy arraignment Thursday to allow his attorney to prepare an insanity defense.… Continue reading

Port Angeles council bans thin plastic carryout bags

After three public hearings and months of debate, the Port Angeles City Council has banned thin plastic carry-out bags at stores within… Continue reading

Port Angeles council awards $770,000 contract for suicide barriers

In what was described as a “big win” for Port Angeles, the City Council has awarded a contract to raise suicide barriers… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe aims to re-establish oyster farm in Dungeness refuge

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe seeks to re-establish an oyster farm in Dungeness Bay and will have its proposal heard by the Clallam County… Continue reading

Chapman rails at House GOP, takes issue with leaders who visited area recently

Rep. Mike Chapman on Tuesday fired back at state House Republican leaders who visited Port Angeles last week. “Don’t come into my… Continue reading

Nurse to challenge Chapman for district state rep seat

A licensed practical nurse who spearheaded the successful drive against an affordable housing initiative in Jefferson County last November announced her candidacy… Continue reading

OPNET funding held up in sanctuary cities litigation

The Department of Justice is withholding approved funding for the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team due to litigation of the federal government’s… Continue reading

Sequim man awarded Carnegie Medal for role in saving woman on Hood Canal Bridge

A Sequim man who risked his life preventing a woman from jumping off the Hood Canal Bridge last year has recently earned a… Continue reading

Kilmer talks with students: 6th District representative discusses congressional inaction

Many who attended U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s town hall meeting at Peninsula College expressed frustration with a congressional lack of action on… Continue reading

Continuing Robby’s legacy: Streett family remember Robby at showing of ‘Ready Player One’

Twenty-six times over, it’s safe to say “Ready Player One” was Robby Streett’s favorite book. The nostalgic science fiction romp by Ernest Cline… Continue reading

Colorado man sentenced for fatal crash

A Mancos, Colo., man has been sentenced to two years in prison for a high-speed crash last July that killed Robert Streett,… Continue reading

Sedro-Woolley man found guilty of Beaver home arson, other charges

An interview with authorities, voicemail messages and traces of DNA linking Marshall Jay Lewis to the torching of his ex-girlfriend’s Beaver-area home… Continue reading