Clallam County

BACK WHEN: Lincoln Street buildings come and go

BACK WHEN: Lincoln Street buildings come and go

A FEW READERS recognized the Arctic Meat Market in the May photo of the month. The photo shows Arden Farms and the Arctic Meat Market… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Lincoln Street buildings come and go

BIRD WATCH: Seems there’s a surprise around feeder almost every day

A SCUFFLE BETWEEN two birds called my attention to the ground under the feeder. Sibling rivalry. Two juvenile juncos were after sunflower seeds that had… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Port Angeles salon hires new employee … and other items

Sassy Kat Salon at 105 E. First St. recently hired Amber Rauch as a hairstylist. Rauch graduated from Gene Juarez Academy in… Continue reading

Deputies ask public’s help in locating wanted sex offender

Deputies ask public’s help in locating wanted sex offender

Law enforcement authorities are urging the public to be on the lookout for a transient, high-risk sex offender who has failed to… Continue reading

Deputies ask public’s help in locating wanted sex offender

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar &Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s gathering will be on… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Caregivers need support sometimes, too

THE ODDS ARE pretty good that most of us are hearing the terms “caregiver” and “caregiver support” more and more. If you’re a veteran of… Continue reading

Historical society to announce Heritage Awards today

The Clallam County Historical Society will announce winners of the Heritage Award when it conducts its annual meeting during History Tales at… Continue reading

LETTER: Dungeness River reservoir not the right way to go

Each time I see the Dungeness River running millions of water to waste by going into the Sequim Bay, I wonder what our leaders drinking.… Continue reading

LETTER: Help keep Peninsula skills center in the community

I am disturbed that the the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center may close. Students shouldn’t be considered as part of a cost-versus-benefit formula. Why would… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Field carrier landing practice operations set in Coupeville this week … and other items

There will be field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island at the outlying field Monday through… Continue reading

Race to Alaska ruckus to preview third annual adventure

Race to Alaska ruckus to preview third annual adventure

PORT TOWNSEND —The Race to Alaska festivities will kick off in Port Townsend on Wednesday with the annual ruckus, which includes food, beer, informational talks… Continue reading

Race to Alaska ruckus to preview third annual adventure

Six register for Clallam election in extended filing period

West End-area fire district seats were all the rage during Clallam County’s special May 30-June 1 filing period last week. Six candidates… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Fun for all ages at jam-packed Civic Field for Lefties’ first game

LEFTIES: Fun for all ages at jam-packed Civic Field for Lefties’ first game

“We are Lefties, we are here to stay, we will rock you any day. We are… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Fun for all ages at jam-packed Civic Field for Lefties’ first game
LEFTIES: New squad drops inaugural game, but big crowd enjoys the show

LEFTIES: New squad drops inaugural game, but big crowd enjoys the show

A night at the ballpark to remember, a ball game best to forget for the Port… Continue reading

LEFTIES: New squad drops inaugural game, but big crowd enjoys the show

EYE ON CLALLAM: County board to discuss indigent defense

The three Clallam County commissioners will discuss Clallam Public Defender’s proposal to continue to provide indigent defense services Monday. The work session will begin at… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Improved sound system coming for Monday’s game

THE CROWD FOR the first Port Angeles Lefties home game, many sporting recently purchased blue and orange team gear, streamed through the streets surrounding Civic… Continue reading

County commissioners support school-based health clinic

Clallam County commissioners are backing a proposed health clinic at Port Angeles High School. The three commissioners Tuesday approved a letter endorsing… Continue reading

Officer object of FBI inquiry; investigation underway in Forks Police Department

The FBI is investigating the activities of Forks Police Officer Michael Gentry, police department Administrator Rick Bart confirmed this week. Bart said the… Continue reading

Port Angeles man sentenced to 68 months on drug charges

A Port Angeles man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison after pleading to a charge of possession with… Continue reading

‘Day of the Orca’ celebrates killer whale, Port Townsend science center’s 35th year

‘Day of the Orca’ celebrates killer whale, Port Townsend science center’s 35th year

The Port Townsend Marine Science Center will kick off Orca Month and its 35th anniversary year with “The Day of the Orca”… Continue reading

‘Day of the Orca’ celebrates killer whale, Port Townsend science center’s 35th year