Clallam County

State Supreme Court to decide legislative records case

The state Supreme Court will decide whether Washington’s voter-approved Public Records Act applies to lawmakers. Supreme… Continue reading

Navy crews conduct search and rescue missions in Olympic National Park

Of the four missions that Search and Rescue teams from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island conducted within the past week, two were… Continue reading

National Guard to train with Clallam County agencies this weekend

The Washington National Guard will conduct emergency response training with several Clallam County agencies this weekend. Activity will be in the area… Continue reading

Fellow Nimitz sailors remember hiker who died on Sequim trail

Friends and fellow sailors aboard the USS Nimitz stationed in Bremerton remember Jeremiah Adams, U.S. Navy Electrician’s Mate Nuclear Power 2nd Class as many things,… Continue reading

Service Fest kicks off Monday

Sequim’s Service Fest will begin Monday and run through the following Friday, June 15, as an effort to help community members with projects… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Delays set for state Highway 112 during construction … and other items

Utility crews working for Clallam County Public Works will perform routine maintenance on about 10 manholes along three miles of state Highway 112… Continue reading

Port Angeles storyteller to spin tales for children

Port Angeles storyteller Dennis Duncan will entertain children at the Juan de Fuca Festival. The free performance for elementary school-aged children will… Continue reading

City, college, school district, Lower Elwha Tribe agree to share Port Angeles facilities

The city has inked an agreement with Peninsula College, the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and Port Angeles School District for the shared… Continue reading

Clallam County Juvenile and Family Services director to retire at the end of June

Detention Manager Jody Jacobsen will take the helm at Clallam County’s Juvenile and Family Services as its current director, Pete Peterson, plans… Continue reading

First 5 miles of Hurricane Ridge Road closed to bicycles, pedestrians on weekdays

The first five miles of Hurricane Ridge Road, from the intersection with Mount Angeles Road to the Heart o’ the Hills… Continue reading

Options to help Kids Fishing Day may be too costly for city, organizers say

With the annual Kids Fishing Day likely delayed to late September or early October, organizers have at least one option percolating while another… Continue reading

Sequim Starbucks among 8,000 that closed for anti-bias training

By Terry Tang and Joseph Pisani The Associated Press The Sequim Starbucks is among the more than 8,000 U.S. stores that were closed for a… Continue reading

Free equine workshop set for Thursday

The Clallam Conservation District and Olympic Peninsula Equestrian Network (OPEN) farrier Joe Marceau will hold a free workshop for horse owners Thursday. Preregistration is required… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Summer driving guide: You were warned

IN LAST WEEK’S episode of the Olympic Peninsula summer driving guide, we embarked on a westward journey down U.S. Highway 101 across the Elwha River… Continue reading

100 gather to observe Memorial Day in Port Angeles

Surrounded by American flags decorating the graves of veterans buried at Mount Angeles Memorial Park on Monday, about 100 people honored the… Continue reading

Peninsula law enforcement ready for Special Olympics torch run

It’s that time of year again when law enforcement officials across the state raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Each year,… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 adds seven firefighter/EMTs

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 has seven new volunteer firefighter/EMTs after the new recruits were sworn in during a badge-pinning ceremony… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Stolen mail recovered by Port Angeles police … and other items

A plastic sack with 123 pieces of stolen mail has been recovered by the Port Angeles Police Department. The sack — containing… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: History on tap at Forks Logging Museum

AT 6 P.M., THE Forks Timber Museum, 1421 Forks Ave., began pouring wine for the ladies of the Foxy Fedoras of Forks, one of two… Continue reading

Captain Joseph House gathering honors fallen soldiers

A memorial ceremony at Captain Joseph House on Sunday honored the men and woman who have died in combat while serving their… Continue reading