PHOTO: Friendly meeting discusses Swansonville history

The Friends of Swansonville welcomed more than 50 people from Swansonville, Port Ludlow and Chimacum on last Saturday to discuss the nonprofit organization’s efforts to… Continue reading

State looks to replace Fort Worden pier, boat launch

Port Townsend Marine Science Center would be relocated in preferred plan

Jefferson County tables pot, accessory dwelling units changes in comprehensive plan

Commissioners to make a preliminary decision in July on what issues to move forward

Jamestown public safety, justice center to open this week

New tribal center with police offices, courtroom, children’s advocacy center is complete

More teams reach Ketchikan in Race to Alaska

Others within reach of destination

Motorcycle rider remains in serious condition

A motorcycle rider who was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle earlier this week remained in serious condition Tuesday. Danny J. Harrelson,… Continue reading

League of Women Voters sets candidate forums

The League of Women Voters of Clallam County has announced four free public forums to help voters become better informed about candidates for local elections.… Continue reading

Bridge repair prompts closure of part of Woodcock Road

A section of Woodcock Road will be closed for the summer as crews repair the Ward Bridge. Clallam County commissioners approved earlier this… Continue reading

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island open house slated for June 22

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island will host an open house from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 22. The air station… Continue reading

Paving project closes Old Ft. Townsend State Park

Old Fort Townsend State Park will be closed for seven days this month during a state-funded paving project. Work began Monday and… Continue reading

PHOTO: Growing art on display in Sequim

Arlene Honnold of Sequim examines a 48-year-old Japanese maple on display during Saturday’s 42rd annual Spring Bonsai Show at Pioneer Memorial Park in Sequim. Dozens… Continue reading

Sequim seeks art for quarterly art exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission has announced that it is seeking entries for its next quarterly art exhibit. The theme for the exhibit… Continue reading

Fish and Wildlife Commission to meet in Port Angeles

The state Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet Friday and Saturday in Port Angeles. The meeting is set to be held in… Continue reading

Student Arts Week to be celebrated at Peninsula College

Peninsula College will celebrate Student Arts Week today through Friday. Student artwork will be on display from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Two youth summer camps offered at Key City Public Theatre company in July

The Key City Public Theatre company will hold two youth summer camps in July. “Be Merry With Shakespeare!” will be held from… Continue reading

Numerous battles of Peninsula environmentalist remembered

Retired Dr. Eloise Kailin, a Sequim environmentalist whose activism stretched beyond her most recent fight — a successful battle against fluoridation of Port… Continue reading

An accord is reached: McKinley Paper Co., local union agree to labor contract

Start-up date of Port Angeles plant is still in question

Farm Family of the Year nominations sought for Clallam County Fair

The Clallam County Fair is seeking nominations for 2019 Farm Family of the Year. Nominations must be submitted by July 1. The… Continue reading

PHOTO: Capturing the beauty of Madison Falls

Nancy Scott of Fairfax, Calif., uses her cellphone to take a photograph of Madison Creek Falls in the Elwha River Valley near the boundary of… Continue reading

PHOTO: Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles donates $500 to program

The Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles donated $500 to KiwanisSIGN at a recent club meeting. KiwanisSIGN, which stands for Surgical Implant Generation Network, is a… Continue reading