Politics

GOP to present ‘Proud to Be an American’

Former Sequim students Jonathan Hay and Hannah Fritz will speak at “Proud to Be An American,” a special event presented by the Republican… Continue reading

Washington Legislature to sue governor over line-item veto

The state Legislature announced Thursday plans to sue Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee, saying he overstepped his… Continue reading

  • Aug 30, 2019

Jefferson Democrats’ Fish Feast hosts important conversations

Hundreds attend to hear from attorney general, commissioner of public lands

Recount process begins in Jefferson County Auditor’s Office

Second Chimacum School Board candidate for general election to be determined

Two Charter Review panel candidates withdraw

Names will remain on Nov. 5 ballot

John Wayne Marina issue in voter forum

Port of Port Angeles candidates spar

Candidate files for Joyce Fire District seat

One candidate filed during a special filing period for Position 5 on the Joyce Fire District commission. Lynne Kastner’s name will appear… Continue reading

State Democratic chair to speak at fundraising dinner

Tina Podlodowski, who has chaired the Washington State Democratic Party since 2017 and serves as vice chair of the Western Caucus – Democratic… Continue reading

Special candidate filing period closes with four new candidates

Candidates have filed for four of 10 positions during a special candidate filing period. The three-day filing period, instituted to allow filing… Continue reading

Clallam commissioner candidate debate focuses on Sequim MAT clinic

Incumbent pummels election opponent over stance on facility

Hearing set on Henninger eligibility for OMC Sequim-area seat

A hearing has been scheduled in the case questioning Anne Marie Henninger’s eligibility to run for Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner. The… Continue reading

Some Jefferson County positions still open for candidate filings

Interested parties have until 4:30 p.m. Wednesday

Line-ups for general election remain the same after fourth count of ballots

Nearly all of the ballots are in and the Clallam County primary election has been decided. No primary races flipped Friday when… Continue reading

Presidential campaign keeps Washington governor out of state

Gov. Jay Inslee has spent more than half his days traveling out of state on the campaign trail in the… Continue reading

  • Aug 9, 2019

Outcomes remain unchanged after third count of primary ballots

Brendan Meyer extended on Thursday a narrow lead on former Port Angeles resident Tara Martin Lopez in a battle for second place… Continue reading

Seattle City Council member Lorena González announces AG run

Seattle City Council member Lorena González announces AG run

  • Aug 9, 2019

OMC race: Henninger, Adkisson on Nov. 5 ballot

Ann Marie Henninger, a candidate for Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner, far outdistanced her two rivals in Tuesday’s primary election, gaining a… Continue reading

McCaughan, Robinson to vie for Port Angeles council Position 5

Charlie McCaughan garnered nearly half of the primary vote and Richard W. “Doc” Robinson was comfortably in second place Wednesday in a… Continue reading