Brenda Hanrahan

Bill Clevenger, Angeles Furniture co-owner, takes retirement

PORT ANGELES — The freedom to travel, go hunting and fishing on a whim, and spend time with family and friends are just a few… Continue reading

 

Vote on the best Sequim Irrigation Festival photo!

THIS YEAR MARKED the 116th anniversary of the Irrigation Festival (which concluded last weekend), and to celebrate this milestone, Sequim This Week — a weekly… Continue reading

 

Police summoned to former graving yard site

PORT ANGELES -- Police were called to the former graving yard Wednesday night after a group of teenagers rattled the gate that blocks public access… Continue reading

What’s left at the graving yard site? Tribe’s waterfront activity ebbs

PORT ANGELES -- A simple weather-worn tarp held down by beach cobbles covers remnants of one of the Klallam longhouses discovered at the former graving… Continue reading

Vacancy on Forks City Council may be filled next week

FORKS -- Forks Mayor Nedra Reed is hoping another community-minded resident will step forward to serve on the City Council following the resignation of Councilman… Continue reading

Lower Elwha Klallam tribe gratified, but there’s no celebration

PORT ANGELES -- Lower Elwha Klallam tribal leaders say they are relieved ancestral remains still buried in the graving yard property will not be disturbed.… Continue reading

Now you can get a scholarship for studying online

Peninsula College officials have established a $15,000 scholarship program for people interested in taking online classes Starting during the winter quarter students will be able… Continue reading

West End: Clallam Bay-Sekiu citizens woo replacement bank

CLALLAM BAY -- Sterling Savings Bank is collecting information from West End businesses and residents to determine whether a bank can be opened in the… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School Board agrees to proposed levy amounts

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles School Board will vote on two separate levy proposals Monday geared to continue maintenance and operations revenues and purchase… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Dive team which probed Lake Crescent crash site noted for work at Pearl Harbor memorial

Sixty-three years ago today, the USS Arizona came to rest on the floor of Hawaii's Pearl Harbor in an event that officially entered the United… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Three skeletal remnants taken from Lake Crescent for DNA testing

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- Divers on Monday recovered two human femurs and a partial skull near the wreckage from a 75-year-old car crash in the… Continue reading

Olympic National Park: Divers plan to bring up human remains from bottom of Lake Crescent

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK -- Divers plan to plunge into the chilly waters of Lake Crescent this weekend to retrieve human remains found earlier this year… Continue reading

Clallam: County workers get locks shorn for United Way

PORT ANGELES -- The buzz of an electric razor echoed throughout the Clallam County Courthouse lobby Wednesday as two elected officials and two county employees… Continue reading

Port Angeles: School Board to seek levy for computers, other high-tech items

PORT ANGELES -- Voters in the Port Angeles School District will be asked Feb. 8 to support a technology levy for the first time. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles: State officials, Lower Elwha meet again over graving yard issues

PORT ANGELES -- State officials and Lower Elwha Klallam leaders say several more meetings are needed to iron out differences over constructing a concrete dry… Continue reading

Port Angeles craftsman lauded for tone from his handmade violin

A self-taught violin maker has been recognized for his craftsmanship in an international competition which featured almost 200 violins. When Richard "Rick" Thanem of Port… Continue reading

Clallam: Cash registers ring out with sounds of Christmas shopping

The silver bells for merchants on the North Olympic Peninsula rang out on the first two shopping days of the holiday season -- ka-ching! "We've… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Sides to sit down to discuss graving yard vs. Tse-whit-zen this week

PORT ANGELES -- State, federal and tribal leaders will meet this week at the graving yard to talk about how to complete the archaeological excavation… Continue reading