Clallam County

WHAT WE KNOW: Coronavirus outbreak at a glance

The latest news on the pandemic, plus symptom information and prevention tips

 

Sequim council to consider changes to appeals process

Saturday special meeting stems from MAT hearing decision

 

Clallam County DCD office closed again

Friday shutdown to continue until Oct. 5

 

ISSUES OF FAITH: She put faith into action

IN MOURNING THE loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a pillar of justice, integrity and honor who relied on her Jewish values to guide her, it… Continue reading

Law enforcement: Pound of meth, gram of heroin, guns seized

A Clallam County trio has been charged with drug and weapons violations after authorities seized more than a pound of methamphetamine, 10… Continue reading

NOLS hosts performance by Red Yarn

Family-friendly music and puppet show stream free

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society receives donation

Peninsula Pet Cremation presented a check for $1,582 to the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society (OPHS). The money was collected during July in lieu of fees… Continue reading

Port Angeles council views non-motorized travel projects

Talks about pedestrian, bicycle access and safety

Port Angeles piano tunes

Raisa Mathisen of Port Angeles busks on an electric piano in the breezeway of the 100 block of West First Street in downtown Port Angeles… Continue reading

Port Angeles superintendent holds weekly virtual luncheon

Discussion on the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association

Soroptimists to meet online

Astrid Raffinpeyloz will address a meeting of Soroptimist International of Port Angeles at noon Friday, Sept. 25. Raffinpeyloz will discuss Volunteer Hospice… Continue reading

Clallam prepares for some in-person learning

County reports four new cases; Jefferson reports none

Muriel Nesbitt to present ‘Pumpkins and Squash’

Lecture part of the Green Thumb Garden Tips series

Olympic Peninsula Art Association monthly meeting

Ceramic artist Linda Collins Chapman to discuss creative process

OPHS provides aid to animals from wildfire-ravaged areas

Rescue group brings animals from California to Northwest