Sequim School Board mulls $2 million in cuts

Sequim Superintendent Rob Clark anticipates having to cut about $2 million from the school district’s approximately $41.6 million budget for the 2020-21 academic… Continue reading

Volunteers serve soup for apartment complexes

School staff, churches help cook and deliver four nights a week

Medical restrictions eased after hospital group urges action

Gov. Jay Inslee eased restrictions on elective medical procedures after a hospital industry group said patients in Washington state were… Continue reading

Northwest Watershed Institute: Tarboo Valley forest land safeguarded

21-acres added to wildlife preserve; 30 acres sold to conservationist

Search for missing woman continues

National Park Service rangers planned to continue their search today of the shoreline and waters of Lake Crescent for a Port Angeles… Continue reading

Sequim Sunrise Rotary donates funds to help during crisis

The Sequim Sunrise Rotary Club has donated $7,500 to community organizations who provide assistance to some of the most vulnerable in the Sequim-Dungeness… Continue reading

Trump says he won’t extend social distancing guidelines

Kushner: Country will be ‘really rocking again’ by July

Corner Caboose carries on family legacy

To-go orders available at new restaurant

Search continues for missing Port Angeles woman

Margaret Baker an orthopedic surgeon, first-chair French horn

Weekly flight operations scheduled in Coupeville

This week’s schedule of field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex has been amended, here… Continue reading

USS Nimitz heads for training exercise after quarantine, testing

BREMERTON – The USS Nimitz has left on a training mission after a 27-day quarantine period aboard the aircraft carrier. All hands were tested for… Continue reading

Albert Haller Foundation boosts United Way, two food banks

The Albert Haller Foundation’s board members agreed recently to distribute $10,000 each to the United Way of Clallam County and the Sequim and Port Angeles… Continue reading

Hospital group urges Inslee to ease medical restrictions

WSHA says facilities have plenty of capacity amid a decline in COVID-19 patients

Clallam chain gang cleans up at Morse Creek

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office Chain Gang demolished an abandoned motorhome and removed 7,200 pounds of litter from it at the Morse… Continue reading

Jefferson Toastmasters Club to host online workshops

The Jefferson County Toastmasters Club will host two online workshops with Anne-Louise Sterry on Thursday. Sterry is a storyteller and motivational speaker… Continue reading

Sequim fills two city council positions

Kincaid, Pence replace Miller, States

Washington mental hospital staff call virus testing unsafe

Employees say state failed to protect staff, patients at Western State