Clallam County

Traffic patterns shift on Eighth Street bridges in Port Angeles

Construction crews changed traffic patterns on the Eighth Street bridges Friday at about 1 p.m. According to a news release, westbound traffic… Continue reading

 

Lapidary open house, historic airplane replica, fly-tying demonstration offered on Peninsula

A lapidary open house, a replica of a historic airplane and a fly-tying demonstration are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information… Continue reading

 

Animals, music, rides offered through weekend at Clallam County Fair

Plenty of animals are on display at the 99th edition of the Clallam County Fair.… Continue reading

 

Swimmers rescued at La Push

Coast Guard crews and La Push police rescued two men believed to be in their low to mid-20s who were trying to… Continue reading

Ahh, fresh air — for awhile: State experts warn of smoke next week

The Olympic Peninsula region saw a dramatic improvement in air quality from Wednesday to Thursday, but state officials warn conditions may deteriorate… Continue reading

Remains found in Olympic National Park identified as missing hiker

Human remains discovered in a remote area of Olympic National Park over the weekend have been confirmed to be those of… Continue reading

Port Angeles council considering vacant building law

The Port Angeles City Council is considering ways to encourage owners of vacant commercial and residential buildings to put their properties to… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula homeless mostly home-grown, according to official

Contrary to popular myth, social service agencies in other cities are not busing homeless people to the North Olympic Peninsula, a Peninsula… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend aims to develop joint request to help orcas

The three Port of Port Townsend commissioners, concerned about the number of chinook salmon available for the declining southern resident orca population,… Continue reading

Iowa woman dies in ONP

A 29-year old Iowa woman suffered a fatal cardiac arrest while backpacking with family on the Sol Duc River Trail above… Continue reading

Sequim man facing fourth DUI charge in under 10 years

A 26-year-old Sequim man appeared in Clallam County Superior Court on Monday for what would be his fourth charge of driving under… Continue reading

Clallam PUD to consider naming finalists for seat

Finalists for a vacancy on the Clallam County Public Utility District board of commissioners are expected to be named at a special… Continue reading

Two injured in wreck near Sequim Bay State Park

A Port Angeles man lost consciousness while driving on U.S. Highway 101 near Sequim Bay State Park before sideswiping two vehicles in the… Continue reading

Hot rods rev up for Sequim Prairie Nights

When you see this many cool cars rolling down Washington Street, it usually means it’s May and Irrigation Festival time. In August, however,… Continue reading

Douglas Allison, right, is pictured being ushered to his chair by Clallam County public defender Harry Gasnick during Allison’s sentence hearing in 2016 in Clallam County Superior Court in Port Angeles. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Family files civil lawsuit against private school

A King County civil lawsuit claims those who oversee Mountain View Christian School near Sequim withheld knowledge that a former teacher convicted of… Continue reading

Douglas Allison, right, is pictured being ushered to his chair by Clallam County public defender Harry Gasnick during Allison’s sentence hearing in 2016 in Clallam County Superior Court in Port Angeles. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Forks man pleads guilty to federal charges

A Forks man, who police arrested last summer after finding a golf-ball-sized amount of methamphetamine in a baby’s diaper and the child’s mother… Continue reading

Free medical clinic to benefit from winery concert

Olympic Cellars Winery will host a Seattle group, Longstride, on Saturday as the next installment in its Summer Concerts series. The evenings… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Always remember that God is truth

EDITH STEIN, A Carmelite nun who was killed at Auschwitz used to say that “if we seek truth, then we seek God, whether we realize… Continue reading

Jazz, be-bop in Summer Quarter Concert

The Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble will present its Summer Quarter Concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Maier Performance Hall at Peninsula College.… Continue reading

Library’s Summertime Music! series kicks off Friday night

The Sequim Library’s Summertime Music! Outdoor Concert Series brings music groups to Sequim for a trio of free Friday night concerts this month,… Continue reading