Clallam County

Bail set at $3 million for third suspect in Port Angeles triple homicide

Bail of $3 million was set Thursday in Clallam County Superior Court for the third of three people accused in the Dec.… Continue reading

Snowshoe walks offered at Hurricane Ridge

Guided hikes available Saturdays, Sundays and holiday Mondays through March

Skiing at Hurricane Ridge to begin Saturday; park road to reopen Friday

It’s time to wax the skis and snowboards and dance for snow at Hurricane Ridge. With the partial government shutdown lifted for… Continue reading

Residents push back on downtown Victoria tree removal

The birch tree at the Wharf-Government intersection will be removed to make way for bike lanes

Sequim warming center to open doors every night

The Sequim Community Warming Center will be open for February and March every night of the week, starting tonight. The center will be… Continue reading

Clallam County Economic Development Corp. seeks new director

The Clallam County Economic Development Corp., a countywide nonprofit business group, is an organization in search of itself but on its way… Continue reading

Legislative public records subject of new bill

A year after Washington state lawmakers tried to exempt themselves from the state’s Public Records Act,… Continue reading

Art with heart during red-themed First Friday Art Walk

You need art to have heart — that’s the theme of tonight’s art walk in Sequim. During the First Friday Art Walk, downtown… Continue reading

Early music, international pieces to be performed at Peninsula College

Two founding members of Ensemble Electra, Vicki Boeckman and Jillon Stoppels Dupree, will return to the Maier Hall Concert Series at 7… Continue reading

History Tales to feature the history of Sappho

Carol Evanoff and other residents of Sappho will talk about the town’s history at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: I think, therefore ‘i’ am

I RECENTLY READ that English is the only language where “I” is capitalized no matter where it appears in a sentence. A quick search seems… Continue reading

Jazz benefit, free pasta dinner for federal employees, facts about opioids offered on Peninsula

A jazz classics benefit in Forks, a free pasta dinner for federal employees and a presentation about opioids are among the upcoming activities on the… Continue reading

Jazz dinner-dance set for Saturday

New school will meet old school at the the annual Jazz Dinner Dance on Saturday. The Stardust Big Band will once again join… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Gonzaga lists have local residents … and other items

Five Clallam County residents have been named to Gonzaga University’s fall 2018 dean’s and president’s lists. Anika Van Dyken of Port Angeles was… Continue reading

Port Angeles storyteller featured at Quimper Storytelling Guild

Quimper Storytelling Guild will host featured storyteller Erran Sharpe of Port Angeles tonight for a program titled “Buddhist Jataka Tales.” First Friday… Continue reading

Quileute Head Start to host Family First Aid Night

Quileute Head Start will host its third annual Family First Aid Night from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. The event at… Continue reading

Special weekend to showcase West End history

Every year the Jefferson County Historical Society hosts a weekend of heritage and exploration on the West End of Jefferson County. This year, the free… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Remember your river etiquette

EDITOR’S NOTE: This column has been corrected to reflect that the river etiquette guidelines mentioned here are from the Olympic Peninsula Guides’ Association. IN AN… Continue reading

Sequim homeowner holds alleged burglar at gunpoint, deputies say

A homeowner detained a burglary suspect at gunpoint after firing a shot into the ground while the man was allegedly running away, authorities… Continue reading