Clallam County

McCleary funding, capital budget still the focus for state Legislature

An unfinished capital budget, more education funding to satisfy the Supreme Court’s McCleary decision and a tussle over water rights — all left… Continue reading

CRTC offers helping hands to Salvation Army

The Composite Recycling Technology Center, formed to create products from recycled carbon fiber, developed an entirely different project that involved no carbon… Continue reading

Free workshop offered on native plants

Clallam Conservation District is offering a free workshop on landscaping with native plants from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday. The workshop will… Continue reading

State lawmakers to again consider eliminating capital punishment

A bill to be introduced this session would eliminate the death penalty in Washington state and… Continue reading

Port Angeles man charged in alleged road rage incident

A 39-year-old Port Angeles man has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault with a deadly weapon for his role in… Continue reading

Port Angeles man arrested after reported road rage

A Port Angeles motorist arrested Saturday for allegedly pointing a pistol at a couple during a Christmas Eve road-rage incident could have… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County to consider pact with visitor bureau

Clallam County commissioners will consider a $490,000 agreement with the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau to promote year-round tourism Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 10… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Resolve to attend garden extravaganza

SO HERE WE are in a new year, with strands of tinsel still clinging to the carpet, empty bottles of champagne in the recycle bin… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Few readers share memories of Port Angeles bank

ONLY FOUR PEOPLE responded to the December “picture from the past” although I know many others recognized this famous bank. It was Olympic State Bank… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Feed faithfully for best birding benefits

There are rewards for feeding birds. Yes, it gives us pleasure but that can vary in a variety of ways. Faithful feeding brings the best… Continue reading

Clallam County incumbents look ahead to upcoming election

Most of Clallam County’s elected officials said in recent interviews that they are mulling running for re-election to their positions. After all,… Continue reading

Cooke Aquaculture says DNR had no reason to terminate lease in Port Angeles Harbor

Cooke Aquaculture Pacific has fired back at the state and its lands commissioner… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Luncheon meetings are usually Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar & Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. Wednesday’s speaker is Kevin… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Seniors are not all the same

SOMETIMES, SOMETHING COMES along that reminds me that I have one of the best, if not one of the most lucrative, jobs in the time… Continue reading

LETTER: ‘Smoke and mirrors’ on Port Angeles school levy

How to vote for the $46.7 million capitol levy for improvements to Port Angeles schools? Consider the following: In 2015, voters rejected a $98.25 billion… Continue reading

LETTER: Shotthafer missed on Port Angeles school board

I, for one, regret to see Susan Shotthafer leaving the school board. I felt she was a healthy shot of adrenaline in our body politic… Continue reading

Olympic Christian School names students to honor roll … and other items

The Olympic Christian School has named 18 students to its first quarter of honor roll lists. To qualify for the honor roll,… Continue reading

Pirate Pete’s Week celebrated at Peninsula College

Peninsula College will host Pirate Pete’s Week, the college’s annual spirit week, with daily events on the Port Angeles campus beginning Tuesday.… Continue reading

POINT OF VIEW: Not all net pens are created equal

By Kurt Grinnell Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe With all of the recent publicity about net pens, we feel compelled to weigh-in. Net pens are a technique… Continue reading

Port Angeles man accused of pointing gun at women who nearly hit him with car

A 69-year-old Port Angeles man was arrested Saturday for investigation of attempted first-degree assault for allegedly pointing a gun at two women… Continue reading