Ludlow voters OK fire district merger

Special meeting set for tonight

PUDs expect to have power fully restored by today

Public utility districts on the North Olympic Peninsula continued to mop up the last remaining power outages on Wednesday. Clallam County crews hoped to have… Continue reading

Outages remain after snow complicates repairs

Full repairs likely to take several more days

Veterans Day ceremonies set on Peninsula

Veterans Day commemorations are planned in Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend and Forks on Friday. The U.S. Coast Guard will not host a regional Veterans… Continue reading

Outages remain following stormy weather

Jefferson County still recovering, Clallam mostly powered

Driver flees after shooting

Two arrested in two-county chase

Clallam County election ballots due Tuesday

Four contested seats, two advisory votes to be determined

Arlene Jenson, co-founder of Sisterland Farms, tosses a used jack-o-lantern into the back of a truck for recycling during a pumpkin rescue on Friday in front of Country Aire Natural Foods in Port Angeles. The farm, with assistance from the WSU Clallam County Extension, was collecting unwanted pumpkins for composting, keeping them out of landfills and protecting the environment. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Pumpkin recycling

Arlene Jenson, co-founder of Sisterland Farms, tosses a used jack-o-lantern into the back of a truck for recycling during a pumpkin rescue on Friday in… Continue reading

Arlene Jenson, co-founder of Sisterland Farms, tosses a used jack-o-lantern into the back of a truck for recycling during a pumpkin rescue on Friday in front of Country Aire Natural Foods in Port Angeles. The farm, with assistance from the WSU Clallam County Extension, was collecting unwanted pumpkins for composting, keeping them out of landfills and protecting the environment. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Butch Kinkade, a resort host at John Wayne Waterfront Resort in Sequim, cuts up a large tree limb that crashed to the ground during Friday night’s windstorm. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Outages shrink on Peninsula; repairs continue

Most regain power, but some without heat until Monday or Tuesday

Butch Kinkade, a resort host at John Wayne Waterfront Resort in Sequim, cuts up a large tree limb that crashed to the ground during Friday night’s windstorm. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Missing hiker Laura Macke

Woman missing 5 days is experienced hiker

Family members gather to be close to search

Missing hiker Laura Macke

Pedestrian seriously injured in collision with vehicle

Police seeking witnesses or anyone with information

Missing hiker Laura Macke

UPDATE: Search continues Saturday for missing hiker

Olympic National park requests tips

Missing hiker Laura Macke
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Kate Reavey, English instructor and Studium Generale coordinator for Peninsula College, lower left, gives an introduction to a panel discussion on the Indian Child Welfare Act and its impact on Native peoples as part of the college's Studium Generale series on Thursday on the school's Port Angeles campus. Included on the panel were, from left, Dustin Brenske, behavioral health specialist with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe; Jessica Humphries, education services supervisor with Jamestown S'Klallam; Charlotte Penn, crime victims services program manager with the Quileute Tribe; Brandon Mack, family court commissioner for Clallam County Superior Court; Vashti White, ICW case manager with the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe; Joylina Gonzalez, child welfare program manager with the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe; and Rachel Munoz-McCormick, Clallam County Court facilitator.

Indian Child Welfare Act,documentary focus of Studium Generale

Clallam court one of two in state

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Kate Reavey, English instructor and Studium Generale coordinator for Peninsula College, lower left, gives an introduction to a panel discussion on the Indian Child Welfare Act and its impact on Native peoples as part of the college's Studium Generale series on Thursday on the school's Port Angeles campus. Included on the panel were, from left, Dustin Brenske, behavioral health specialist with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe; Jessica Humphries, education services supervisor with Jamestown S'Klallam; Charlotte Penn, crime victims services program manager with the Quileute Tribe; Brandon Mack, family court commissioner for Clallam County Superior Court; Vashti White, ICW case manager with the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe; Joylina Gonzalez, child welfare program manager with the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe; and Rachel Munoz-McCormick, Clallam County Court facilitator.
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State grants help pave way for new Sequim Valley Airport runway

A major rehabilitation, paving and restriping project is complete at Sequim Valley Airport, airport manager/co-owner Andy Sallee has announced. Engineering and paving funding… Continue reading

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