Clallam County

Program gives Peninsula tribes access to national crime databases

The U.S. Justice Department has announced the expansion of a program that provides tribes — including the Lower Elwha Klallam and Quinault… Continue reading

Alleged co-conspirator in meth smuggling plot pleads guilty to drug possession

An alleged co-conspirator in a plot to smuggle methamphetamine into the Clallam Bay Corrections Center has pleaded guilty to drug possession. Jose… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles school board set to meet … and other items

The Port Angeles School District will consider approval of a salary schedule for unrepresented employees at its meeting Thursday. The regularly scheduled… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: My crazy uncle

I’VE GOT THIS crazy uncle. He’s got some bad problems. Maybe you can relate because you have a crazy uncle, too. As kids we were… Continue reading

Ballots coming in as Election Day arrives

Today is Election Day, and ballots need to be postmarked today or dropped in ballot boxes by 8 p.m. tonight. At the… Continue reading

History, law, hope discussed at Studium Generale

Phyllis Bernard, professor emerita of law, will present “Is It Really As Bad As It Seems? Finding Courage and Hope in American… Continue reading

Port Angeles man gets two years in prison for jail assault, thefts

A Port Angeles man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for assaulting a Clallam County jail officer and… Continue reading

Joyce woman arrested after chase in Neah Bay

A Joyce woman was arrested after a high-speed chase in Neah Bay on Saturday, the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office said. Tami M.… Continue reading

Clallam commissioner: Gains seen in opioid epidemic

Health officials in Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap counties have made progress in their fight against the opioid epidemic, Clallam County Commissioner Mark… Continue reading

Sequim mother-daughter surfers share passion for sport

A good time for Melissa Davis and her daughter Gemma is to grab their surfboards, load up the van and head out to… Continue reading

PHOTO: A light in the darkness at Port Angeles service

Pastor Olaf Baumann of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Angeles lights the Tree of Life candelabra Saturday during a remembrance service, organized by Interfaith… Continue reading

PHOTO: Weighing donations at Lakeside food drive

Lakeside Industries employees, from left, Greg S. Dooley, Jamey Watts and Bret Carey weigh items of donated food during their company’s annual food drive Saturday… Continue reading

Neah Bay man arrested after two-vehicle wreck on Highway 112

A Neah Bay man was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence after several others were injured in a two-vehicle wreck… Continue reading

OPNET: Port Angeles arrests yield guns, possible explosive, $62,000 in cash

The arrest of a Port Angeles man wanted on a state Department of Corrections warrant led to the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Coat drive successful; food needed … and other items

Windermere Real Estate offices collected 331 coats during the month of October. The coats, along with a number of hats, gloves, scarves and sweaters were… Continue reading

Tsunami siren system to be tested Monday across Peninsula

Winchester chimes will be heard at noon Monday in Clallam and Jefferson counties during a test of the tsunami siren system. Those… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County panel to discuss homelessness

Clallam County commissioners will discuss homelessness and sheltering the homeless in a special work session at 7:30 a.m. Monday. The work session will be in… Continue reading

Voter turnout nearly 45 percent in Clallam County so far

Clallam County registered voters had returned by Friday nearly 45 percent of the ballots due Tuesday. The Clallam County Auditor’s Office had… Continue reading

Candidates in contested Clallam races raise more than $200,000

Campaign financial reports filed as of Friday with the state Public Disclosure Commission show contested Clallam County candidates spending $137,000 from more… Continue reading