Olympic Peninsula News Group

A pickup struck a house after hitting a tree off Woodcock Road in Sequim. Photo courtesy of Clallam County Sheriff’s Office

Truck strikes home on Woodcock Road

Only minor injuries were reported after a truck left the roadway and struck a Sequim residence. Deputies with the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office… Continue reading

 

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‘Joy of Looking’ exhibit

Lynne Armstrong, a Sequim artist known for her use of color and energetic brushstrokes, is the featured artist for the month of May at the… Continue reading

 

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OMC’s Swanson picked for chief nursing officer

Vickie Swanson is Olympic Medical Center’s chief nursing officer, OMC officials announced last week. A registered nurse since 1986 who has held… Continue reading

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Albert Haller Foundation gives scholarships to local graduating seniors

The scholarship committee of the Albert Haller Foundation has selected 13 graduating high school seniors to receive scholarships. Committee members on April 14 agreed to… Continue reading

Duck Derby sales kick off

Ducks are on sale for the 32nd annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby presented by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, with racers having… Continue reading

Drug Take Back Day is Saturday

North Olympic Peninsula residents can take their potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs to sites for law enforcement to dispose of them on… Continue reading

Sequim High School students explore music lessons in a Sequim Education Foundation-funded High School Music Lab in 2019-2020. (Submitted photo)

Sequim Education Foundation sets silent auction fundraiser

Foundation celebrates 20 years of funding programs

Sequim High School students explore music lessons in a Sequim Education Foundation-funded High School Music Lab in 2019-2020. (Submitted photo)

Council criticism leads to public comments moved, foul language

Sequim-area resident called name on hot mic

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Clallam’s newest deputies graduate from Basic Law Enforcement Academy

After helping lead their class at the Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Academy, two recent academy graduates are headed back to serve on… Continue reading

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Discovery Bay closed to recreational shellfish harvesting

Discovery Bay is closed to all species for recreational shellfish harvesting, the state Department of Health has announced. In Clallam County, Sequim Bay, Dungeness Bay… Continue reading

Self-guided walks start at Port Angeles garden

With COVID-19 restrictions still in place, Clallam County Master Gardeners are implementing self-guided tours at the Fifth Street Community Garden in Port… Continue reading

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Clallam, Jefferson county volunteers honored for service

AmeriCorps Seniors Clallam/Jefferson Retired & Senior Volunteer Program honored dozens of community members representing thousands of hours of service at a volunteer appreciation… Continue reading

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Peninsula College Foundation extends deadline for scholarship applications

The Peninsula College Foundation has extended its application deadline for dozens of scholarships — totaling more than $100,000 — for students attending… Continue reading

Delays expected on Highway 101 near Siebert Creek

Construction to improve fish passage along U.S. Highway 101 at Siebert Creek between Sequim and Port Angeles is expected to cause traffic… Continue reading

Actors play Dungeons and Dragons to raise funds for theaters

Ginny Holladay, Olympic Theatre Arts’ executive director, is one of five performers playing Dungeons and Dragons in a two-night live-streamed event to raise money for… Continue reading

Plan for delays on U.S. Highway 101 near Siebert Creek

Construction to improve fish passage along U.S. Highway 101 at Siebert Creek between Sequim and Port Angeles is expected to cause traffic delays later this… Continue reading

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Three vie for Clallam Conservation District board seat

Applications for Clallam, Jefferson appointed positions to be accepted through March 31

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Next free Washington State Parks day is Friday

Washington State Parks is inviting the community to help celebrate the agency’s 108th birthday on Friday by enjoying a state park for free. The free… Continue reading