Clallam County

Port Angeles creates code enforcement fund

City officials have created a special fund to help pay for code enforcement in Port Angeles. The City Council voted 6-0 Tuesday… Continue reading

Forks cedar shake mill burns in morning blaze

A cedar shake mill south of Forks was destroyed as a blaze ripped through the building Wednesday morning. A passerby reported the… Continue reading

Clallam County administrator finalist drops out of running

Stayton City Manager Keith Campbell has become the second person to drop out of the running for retiring Clallam County administrator Jim… Continue reading

Women accused of exposing themselves

Two Port Angeles women who allegedly flashed motorists last week at the Clallam County Courthouse remained in jail Tuesday after they had… Continue reading

Maguire to step down as Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts director

The frontman for the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts will drop the microphone in December. Dan Maguire, ninth-year executive director… Continue reading

State lifts prohibition on some areas of commercial shellfish beds

Improved boat sewage management has resulted in upgrades to commercial shellfish harvesting areas, including marinas in Clallam and Jefferson counties, the state Department of Health… Continue reading

Dead elk spark poaching probe in Brinnon

State Department of Fish and Wildlife agents are involved in a poaching investigation after two bull elk were killed, with one left to… Continue reading

Saturday programs to call attention to climate, orcas

Free daytime and nighttime programs are planned about the plight of southern resident orcas and climate change Saturday. The Rise for Orcas… Continue reading

Two hurt in collision on Highway 101 near Blyn

Two Clallam County drivers were injured Thursday in a rear-end collision that involved a log truck on U.S. Highway 101 northwest of Blyn,… Continue reading

Threat, racial slur leads to cultural sensitivity training

A Sequim resident will avoid trial on a felony malicious harassment charge by undergoing cultural sensitivity training after he allegedly threatened and… Continue reading

One remains hospitalized after three-vehicle wreck

Two Sequim residents in a pickup squashed by a dump truck Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent were treated… Continue reading

“Spectacular rock specimens’ on tap for show

Rocks, games, a lecture and demonstrations are planned for the Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association’s annual Rock, Gem & Jewelry Show… Continue reading

Children’s theater, ice cream and dancing and a Sekiu community concert on Peninsula this week

A children’s theater show, ice cream and dancing and a Sekiu community concert are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

Fiber art sought for October juried show

The entry deadline for the 13th annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival is 9 p.m. Saturday. “Transformative Style – Originality, Revolution & Repute,”… Continue reading

Fiber art, block prints on display in Port Angeles

The third annual Fiber Arts Exhibit, showcasing local and regional fiber artists and artisans, will be hosted by Studio Bob with an… Continue reading

Final Port Angeles garden walk of season on Saturday

The final Second Saturday Garden Walk of the season at the Port Angeles Fifth Street Community Garden is scheduled for 10 a.m.… Continue reading

Great Strait Sale to celebrate 11th anniversary

The Great Strait Sale marks its 11th anniversary with 61 miles of sales from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The rummage sale is the… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: The hidden, holy gift of autumn

I LOVE THE turning of the season between summer and fall. The high arc of the sun still brings warmth to our backs, but the… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Bridge lane shift set for Eighth Street … and other items

Westbound traffic over the Tumwater Bridge on Eighth Street will be shifted back to the north side lane today. Permanent suicide barrier… Continue reading

Sequim City Band’s final season concert slated for Sunday

The Sequim City Band will present “Go West!,” its final 2018 outdoor Concert on the Lawn, at 3 p.m. Sunday at the James… Continue reading