Clallam County

UPDATE: Strait swimmer calls off crossing attempt for safety reasons

Currents forced Rob DeCou to swim more than 31 miles instead of the planned 18 miles

 

A GROWING CONCERN: The crazy cutback that isn’t so crazy

OH, THE WEATHER. If any of you thought I was perhaps losing my mind a couple of weeks ago when I strongly suggested it would… Continue reading

 

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Twice-monthly luncheon meetings are held at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at… Continue reading

 

HELP LINE: Always remember that aging is an accomplishment

EVERY YEAR AT about this time, the U.S. Census Bureau, National Center for Health Statistics, the Bureau of Labor Statistics and probably several dozen other… Continue reading

Next Coffee with the Mayor event set for Thursday in Sequim

Mayor Dennis Smith will host Coffee with the Mayor from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Thursday. The informal monthly meeting will be held… Continue reading

Peninsula College essay contest winners announced

Peninsula College has announced the winners of its 2019 English Essay Award. Each of the six winners received a $300 award provided… Continue reading

Peninsula Workfit to close July 31

Nancy Johns recently announced that Peninsula Workfit will close permanently Wednesday, July 31. Johns, an occupational therapist, plans to retire from clinical… Continue reading

PHOTO GALLERY: Sequim Lavender Weekend events on tap today

The Sequim Lavender Weekend continues today. For more information, see www.sequimlavenderweekend.com and look for Peninsula Daily News’ Sequim Lavender Weekend guide at all the farms,… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School seniors honored as students of the year

Port Angeles High School’s Career and Technical Education program has recognized two seniors as its students of the year. Aeverie Politika has… Continue reading

Port Angeles man sentenced for vehicular assault

Was driving under the influence of prescription drugs when he struck motorcycle

Port Angeles resident makes dean’s list at Hillsdale College in Michigan

Hillsdale College has named Port Angeles resident Carly Gouge to its spring 2019 dean’s list. Gouge, a 2015 graduate of Port Angeles… Continue reading

Sequim resident makes spring president’s list at University of Alabama

The University of Alabama has named Sequim resident Madison Kay Hyde to its spring 2019 president’s list. Students on the president’s list… Continue reading

State agents to give notices at homeless camp

Officials: Encampment on Fish and Wildlife land near Port Angeles

Stevenson graduates from Baylor

Baylor University has announced that Sequim resident Katherine Nicole Stevenson graduated at a May ceremony. Stevenson earned a Bachelor of Business Administration… Continue reading

Summer outdoor concerts free on Peninsula

Blues, rock and swamp funk will be highlighted at free outdoor concerts on the North Olympic Peninsula this week. Bread & Gravy will play blues,… Continue reading

Rescue dog Leidi nervously eats some food offered to her by Brad Evans, the shelter manager at the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. Leidi is one of the 29 Australian shepherd-border collie mixes rescued from a property in Agnew in May after their owner died. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Two dogs rescued from Agnew home adopted

There’s been some successes & adoptions for Agnew dogs, but there’s still work to do

Rescue dog Leidi nervously eats some food offered to her by Brad Evans, the shelter manager at the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. Leidi is one of the 29 Australian shepherd-border collie mixes rescued from a property in Agnew in May after their owner died. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Two-hour delays begin Tuesday on Highway 101 around Lake Crescent

Daily two-hour delays on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent will begin on Tuesday. Drivers should plan for the delays set for… Continue reading

Veteran aims to see memorial before he dies

Community sendoff begins at 10 a.m. today (Sunday)