Clallam County

Jerren Fisher

Search underway for overdue backpacker

Have you seen this man? Tip line taking information from public

 

EYE ON CLALLAM: County hearing on stormwater management set

The three Clallam County commissioners will conduct a public hearing on a new section in the county code concerning stormwater management at a meeting that… Continue reading

 

Clash over recycling service in Port Angeles

Disagreement between City of PA, Olympic Disposal

Self-guided tour replaces final Garden Walk

With COVID-19 cases in Clallam County skyrocketing, WSU Clallam County have canceled the final 2021 Second Saturday Garden Walk at Fifth Street… Continue reading

Campfire ban lifted in Olympic park, forest

Decision due to cooler, moist weather and the forecast for significant rainfall

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Sue and Tom Lotz of Port Angeles take what they call a “coffee break” in their small kayaks near Sail and Paddle Park on Ediz Hook on Thursday. They were enjoying the last days of nice weather before a predicted rain storm expected this weekend. The Lotzes said they were greeted by at least a dozen seals in the harbor on their leisurely excursion.

Harbor paddling

Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News Sue and Tom Lotz of Port Angeles take what they call a “coffee break” in their small kayaks near Sail… Continue reading

Dave Logan/For Peninsula Daily News 
Sue and Tom Lotz of Port Angeles take what they call a “coffee break” in their small kayaks near Sail and Paddle Park on Ediz Hook on Thursday. They were enjoying the last days of nice weather before a predicted rain storm expected this weekend. The Lotzes said they were greeted by at least a dozen seals in the harbor on their leisurely excursion.

Hospital case loads rising

Three more deaths reported in Clallam County

Micaela Kingslight, left, and Samara Jade are two-thirds of Three Wheels Turning, pictured during their May gig at the Keg & I in Chimacum. The trio, which also includes Aimée Ringle, will play from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. this evening at Finnriver Farm & Cidery in Chimacum. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Micaela Kingslight, left, and Samara Jade are two-thirds of Three Wheels Turning, pictured during their May gig at the Keg & I in Chimacum. The trio, which also includes Aimée Ringle, will play from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. this evening at Finnriver Farm & Cidery in Chimacum. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Liz James

OUUF speaker scheduled for service

Liz James will present “My Muzungu Eyes Are Improving” at 11 a.m. Sunday. James will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian… Continue reading

Liz James
Sean Worthington.

PUD finds new director internally

Clean Energy Act a challenge

Sean Worthington.
Teia Stitzel

Stitzel to speak at Unity in the Olympics

Teia Stitzel will present “Happy Friend-a-versary” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Stitzel will be the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics, 2917… Continue reading

Teia Stitzel
Keith Larkin.
Keith Larkin.

Brothers charged in attack

One faces ‘three strikes’ threshold

About 10 anti-vaccination protestors gather outside the Port Townsend High School campus Wednesday afternoon, holding a variety of signs such as "the vaccine is slow euthanasia" and equating getting the COVID-19 vaccine to playing a game of Russian roulette. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
About 10 anti-vaccination protestors gather outside the Port Townsend High School campus Wednesday afternoon, holding a variety of signs such as "the vaccine is slow euthanasia" and equating getting the COVID-19 vaccine to playing a game of Russian roulette. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
Holding animals sewn by Sequim’s Fiber Arts Neighborhood Group are, from left, Monica Dixon of the Sequim group, which is part of the American Sewing Guild; Tessa Jackson, director of the Sequim unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula; Nick, 5; and Josie, 4; of Great Futures Preschool, housed at the Sequim unit. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Fiber artists donate stuffed animals to club

Service project supplies puppies, elephants, giraffes

Holding animals sewn by Sequim’s Fiber Arts Neighborhood Group are, from left, Monica Dixon of the Sequim group, which is part of the American Sewing Guild; Tessa Jackson, director of the Sequim unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula; Nick, 5; and Josie, 4; of Great Futures Preschool, housed at the Sequim unit. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Monday concert postponed, October show still on

Juan de Fuca Foundation considering concerts one at a time

United Way hosts hybrid fundraiser

Tickets are still available for a hybrid United Way of Clallam County Clallam fundraiser. Celebrate United Champagne and Cupcake Brunch will be at… Continue reading