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Recall hearing set for four Port Angeles City Council members

Superior Court to determine if recall will proceed to ballot

 

Lake Sutherland Management Distric t extends 10 more years

Residents of Lake Sutherland Management District 2 voted to extend the district by 10 years to help control invasive Eurasian watermilfoil. As… Continue reading

 

Port Angeles firefighters extinguish hot spots on a fire that gutted a house in the 1600 block of West Sixth Street on Thursday morning. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Five displaced after Port Angeles house fire

Origin and cause still under investigation, chief says

 

Clallam commissioners consider sewer bid, pass two amendments

Board extends contract with WSU research center for one month

Clallam commissioners discuss hospital levy, wildfire planning

Joint meeting to be set up with city on operations building

Heat advisory through mid-week

Temperatures likely to peak today

Port Angeles Waterfront District becomes nonprofit

Organization plans to execute strategic plan

Pie contest judges, from left, Jeff Tocher, Laurel Hargis and Clallam County Commissioner Randy Johnson, along with event sponsor Country Aire Natural Foods representatives Kristina Fallon, Katie Meyers and Caeron Alarcon, make their choices during Thursday’s annual Independence Day apple pie contest at Port Angeles City Pier. A total of 26 pies were entered into the contest with first-place honors going to Xaven McCarty of Seattle, Elisabeth Pennell of Mukilteo in second and Selena Reach of Port Angeles taking third. The contest was dedicated the late legacy judge and former Peninsula Daily News publisher John Brewer, represented by a photo in front of an empty chair. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Family, patriotism highlight Fourth of July festivities

Cornhole tournament, apple pie contest part of celebration

Pie contest judges, from left, Jeff Tocher, Laurel Hargis and Clallam County Commissioner Randy Johnson, along with event sponsor Country Aire Natural Foods representatives Kristina Fallon, Katie Meyers and Caeron Alarcon, make their choices during Thursday’s annual Independence Day apple pie contest at Port Angeles City Pier. A total of 26 pies were entered into the contest with first-place honors going to Xaven McCarty of Seattle, Elisabeth Pennell of Mukilteo in second and Selena Reach of Port Angeles taking third. The contest was dedicated the late legacy judge and former Peninsula Daily News publisher John Brewer, represented by a photo in front of an empty chair. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles council debates clarifying short term rental code

Council member Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin introduced four motions regarding implementation of the new short term rental code at the city council meeting Tuesday… Continue reading

Fourth of July activities set across Peninsula

Hot dogs, pies and derbies slated Thursday

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Bruce Emery, left, and Holden Fleming from the Clallam County Department of Community Development speak to the Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce on Thursday about the Agricultural Accessory Uses ordinance.

Clallam County adopts farm ordinance

Accessory uses to go into effect Friday

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Bruce Emery, left, and Holden Fleming from the Clallam County Department of Community Development speak to the Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce on Thursday about the Agricultural Accessory Uses ordinance.

Application process for Port Angeles short-term lodging licenses opens Monday

Type two rentals to be limited to 200 within city limits

Lodging tax committee recommends $124K in funds

The Port Angeles Lodging Tax Advisory Committee is recommending $124,500 in event, capital and operations proposals to the city council. If the… Continue reading

Major crimes drop in Port Angeles from 2022 to ‘23

Juvenile arrests on the rise, deputy chief says

Westside station removed from plan

Costs reduced from its $28M estimate

Clallam County Fire District 2 places two measures on ballot

Levy lid lift, EMS levy ‘a big ask,’ fire chief says

Pictured left to right, Ginny Wagner, Xxzavyon (XJ) Square, Ewan Mordecai-Smith, Elise Sirguy, Mahayla Amendolare and Mallory Hartman cut the ribbon of the little free library at Jefferson Elementary School on Friday. (Darlene Cook)

Students come together to promote reading literacy

Free library constructed near Jefferson Elementary

Pictured left to right, Ginny Wagner, Xxzavyon (XJ) Square, Ewan Mordecai-Smith, Elise Sirguy, Mahayla Amendolare and Mallory Hartman cut the ribbon of the little free library at Jefferson Elementary School on Friday. (Darlene Cook)

Port Angeles’ Pride on the Pier event set for Sunday

Music, vendors to be featured during three-hour event

Port Angeles City Council approves capital facilities plan

Increases expected in utilities through 2030