Clallam County

This July, Mike Wanner, owner of All Around Bikes, on right, plans to close his business while leaving operations to manager Jon Porlier, left, through then. For now the store inventory is 20 percent off. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim’s All Around Bikes to close in July; owner turning attention to making bike products

After more than 15 years selling bikes in Sequim, Mike Wanner, owner of All Around Bikes,… Continue reading

This July, Mike Wanner, owner of All Around Bikes, on right, plans to close his business while leaving operations to manager Jon Porlier, left, through then. For now the store inventory is 20 percent off. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Tony Award-winning comedy ends Olympic Theatre Arts’ Main Stage season

Tony Award-winning comedy ends Olympic Theatre Arts’ Main Stage season

Olympic Theatre Arts is ending its Main Stage season this year with a bang. For its… Continue reading

Tony Award-winning comedy ends Olympic Theatre Arts’ Main Stage season
Culvert replacement to completely close section of Highway 20 for seven days

Culvert replacement to completely close section of Highway 20 for seven days

Traffic delays on state Highway 20 — including a full closure — are expected this month while the state Department of Transportation… Continue reading

Culvert replacement to completely close section of Highway 20 for seven days
Port Angeles High School senior headed to SkillsUSA nationals after state win in cabinetmaking

Port Angeles High School senior headed to SkillsUSA nationals after state win in cabinetmaking

A Port Angeles High School senior is preparing to fly to Kentucky to compete in the SkillsUSA nationals for cabinetmaking the day… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School senior headed to SkillsUSA nationals after state win in cabinetmaking
Body found under Tumwater bridge in Port Angeles

Body found under Tumwater bridge in Port Angeles

A 49-year-old Port Angeles man jumped to his death Thursday afternoon shortly before 4 p.m. from the Eighth Street bridge that spans… Continue reading

Body found under Tumwater bridge in Port Angeles

Clallam inks routine pact for election ballots

Clallam County has approved a routine contract for the printing and mailing of August primary election ballots. Commissioners Mark Ozias and Randy… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Calling on Albert Schweitzer and his ‘stand to reason’

DISDAIN FOR SCIENCE, the splitting off of reason from religion, “fake news”! For solace and hope, I turn to the life and thought of Dr.… Continue reading

Port Angeles approves more money for water facilities legal dispute

A Seattle law firm’s contract has been boosted to $407,500 to represent the city of Port Angeles in an industrial water facilities… Continue reading

Clallam vehicle licensing hours to be reduced June 19 to address backlog

The Clallam County Auditor’s Office will reduce vehicle licensing hours effective June 19 to help alleviate a backlog of required office work.… Continue reading

Glass art movement pioneer talks about struggles with mental health

Glass art movement pioneer talks about struggles with mental health

The private studio of glass artist Dale Chihuly reflects his long obsession with collecting. Sheets of stamps… Continue reading

Glass art movement pioneer talks about struggles with mental health
Port Angeles Dance Center’s last hurrah Saturday; owner Marcial to move on

Port Angeles Dance Center’s last hurrah Saturday; owner Marcial to move on

Mary Marcial, a slim, dark-tressed dancer from Chicago, came to Port Angeles… Continue reading

Port Angeles Dance Center’s last hurrah Saturday; owner Marcial to move on

LETTER: As in the Bible, media are the false prophets of yesteryear

In the Bible, 2 Peter: Chapter 2, verses 1-2: “There were also false prophets among the people, just as there will be false teachers among… Continue reading

LETTER: Olympic Discovery Trail proposals leave nearby property owners in the lurch

On May 17, 2017, Ben Braudrick, assistant planner for the city Department of Community and Economic Development, and Steven M. Zenovic, a city consulting engineer,… Continue reading

LETTER: On Paris accords, remember first-world nations had head start on exploiting fossil fuels

When President Donald Trump told us June 1 of his decision to pull out of the Paris climate change agreement, he referred to how China… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Wanted sex offender arrested in Port Hadlock … and other items

Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies have arrested a wanted sex offender from Clallam County who failed to register his whereabouts, according to the… Continue reading

ON THE WATERFRONT: Readers reach out on logs exported to China

EARLIER LAST WEEK, Astoria Bay moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3 to take on a cargo of debarked logs that will be… Continue reading

Several Skills Center programs to survive — in a different place

Several Skills Center programs to survive — in a different place

Students at the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center now have more certainty about what programs will stay and which ones will go… Continue reading

Several Skills Center programs to survive — in a different place
Brass Screw Confederacy Steampunk Festival to open in Port Townsend this weekend

Brass Screw Confederacy Steampunk Festival to open in Port Townsend this weekend

This weekend, downtown Port Townsend will be a place for people-watching as costume-clad steampunkers take over during the sixth annual Brass Screw… Continue reading

Brass Screw Confederacy Steampunk Festival to open in Port Townsend this weekend
Retiring Port Angeles school orchestra director picked for hall of fame

Retiring Port Angeles school orchestra director picked for hall of fame

Longtime Port Angeles High School orchestra director Ron Jones was selected this year for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Hall of Fame,… Continue reading

Retiring Port Angeles school orchestra director picked for hall of fame

Modern baskets shown in Peninsula College Longhouse through August

Kylee Butler of the Makah Tribe will introduce “Modern Utilitarian Basketry” in a Studium Generale lecture beginning at 12:35 p.m. Thursday. The… Continue reading