Clallam County

Chimacum pavilion dedication, Green Thumb lecture offered on Peninsula

A special dedication ceremony, a Toastmasters meeting and a Green Thumb lecture on starting seeds are among Thursday’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information… Continue reading


County OKs letter to Ecology about scrapping facility, stormwater permit

Commissioners seek support for the remediation of Midway Metals


Forks man charged with harassment with threats to kill

Accusation added to kidnapping, rape allegations


Hearings set for grandmother accused of bringing drugs into prison

A 69-year-old Maple Valley grandmother who allegedly tried to smuggle drugs to her son, a Clallam Bay Corrections Center inmate, will have… Continue reading

Leskinovitch named chair of Olympic Medical Center board

Longtime OMC commissioner gets unanimous vote

McKinley Paper mill ‘nearing startup’ in Port Angeles

WorkSource: Workers told full operations in March

New Year Dragon Dance planned in Clallam Bay

The annual Lunar New Year Dragon Dance will celebrate the Year of the White Metal Rat on Saturday. Participants will gather in… Continue reading

Operation Valentine begins 10th year of card collection

Drennan and Ford Funeral Home accepting valentines through Feb. 6

PAT NEAL: A decade of disaster

BY NOW WE are all fed up with know-it-all newspaper columnists telling us what the most important events of the last 10 years were. Anything… Continue reading

Peninsula College medical assisting program to host open house

The medical assisting program at Peninsula College will host an open house from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27. The… Continue reading

Rally in the Alley cleanup set for Sequim

There will be a Rally in the Alley event Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., or until the dumpsters are full. Volunteers… Continue reading

Teenager takes 1st prize in symphony competition

Top three in young artist contest hail from Port Angeles, Port Townsend

Company in lease negotiations with Port of Port Angeles

Unnamed entity could create 15-20 living-wage jobs

Tree planting, divisive issues talk among Wednesday events

Information also available on the PDN’s interactive calendar

Peninsula College Student Council to honor MLK with Dream Week

Peninsula College will honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy with Dream Week. The college’s Associated Student Council (ASC) is working with other… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council expected to OK emergency for sewer repairs

Section of 1915 sewer main under Lincoln Street had collapsed in December

Stevens Middle School tour set today

More public visits scheduled for Jan. 28, Feb. 4

Pros and cons heard on Port Angeles school levy

Measure described as ‘vote for the future of Port Angeles’ and ‘horrendous tax increase’