Free bread presentations to be held at Nash’s Farm Store in Sequim

Nash’s Farm Store will host free presentations on bread and grain by local chefs and bakers. Victoria Miller, author of “From No-Knead to… Continue reading

Mother goose on the move

A Canada goose leads a brood of goslings to the grass surrounding the tidal lagoon at the base of Ediz Hook in Port Angeles on… Continue reading

Mowing delays on state Highway 116 during weekdays

The Department of Transportation has announced that maintenance crews will be conduction mobile mowing operations along state Highway 116 from 8 a.m. to… Continue reading

Navy to conduct training exercise

Naval Magazine Indian Island is scheduled to conduct a security training exercise from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday. The exercise is… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula TOPS chapters hold Spring Fling

The Sequim chapter of Taking Off Pounds Sensibly hosted seven other North Olympic Peninsula TOPS chapters for Spring Fling on April 6. Members… Continue reading

Orientation sessions set for Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County plans to hold orientation sessions for potential volunteers. The first session will be offered in Sequim from 11 a.m. to… Continue reading

Rangers seek information about missing woman as search continues

Rangers are asking for information from the public about a woman who has been missing from the Lake Crescent area since… Continue reading

Safe Harbor Recovery Center drug court graduation set for Thursday in Port Townsend

Safe Harbor Recovery Center invites the public to a Drug Court graduation at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, June 6. The graduation will take… Continue reading

Sequim Bay closed to harvest of all species of shellfish

The state has closed Sequim Bay to all recreational harvest of all species of shellfish because of a surge in biotoxins. The announcement on Friday… Continue reading

Sequim Food Bank adds parking, looks to future

As need continues to grow at the Sequim Food Bank, organizers aim to expand its offerings. A crew with C&J Excavating demolished the… Continue reading

Southern Resident orca calf born

A Canadian whale researcher is reporting that a new calf has been born to the critically endangered Southern Resident orcas… Continue reading

  • Jun 2, 2019

Special Olympics torch passes through North Olympic Peninsula

Law enforcement officers, athletes cross area in about 13 hours

Student representative on job at Port Angeles school board

Kaitlynn Apsey, a senior at Lincoln High School, was sworn in as a student representative to the Port Angeles school board during a March 28… Continue reading

Woman dies of injuries after fall from dry-docked boat

PORT TOWNSEND—A 70-year old woman died from injuries she suffered when she fell from a boat that was undergoing repairs at Boat Haven. The unidentified… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: Port Angeles council to conduct hearing on Comprehensive Plan change

The Port Angeles City Council will conduct a public hearing on a proposed amendment to the city’s Comprehensive Plan at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The meeting… Continue reading

Search of Lake Crescent continues for woman last seen on inflatable raft

Search teams and divers have so far found no trace of a 35-year-old Federal Way woman who floated into Lake Crescent… Continue reading

Port Angeles moves toward permanent home for electrical utility

After more than 10 years of renting space for its electric utility operations, the city of Port Angeles will construct a permanent… Continue reading

Opioid treatment center to open in Port Angeles this summer

A new opioid treatment center is preparing to open in Port Angeles this summer and will primarily use methadone to treat people… Continue reading

Joint Olympic Medical-Jefferson opioid clinic planned in Sequim

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is purchasing 19.5 acres southeast of Costco in Sequim for a medically-assisted addiction treatment facility for opioid addicts. The… Continue reading