Clallam County

LETTER: I have two words for the vitriolic letter writer who degrated Trump

I have two words for writer of the July 16 Peninsula Voices vitriolic letter of hate [“Trump a buffoon”] toward our duly elected President Trump,… Continue reading

LETTER: Port Angeles City Council candidates forum demonstrated best of democracy in action

I appreciate all of the candidates and audience members who attended the Clallam County League of Women Voters forum in Port Angeles on Wednesday night,… Continue reading

LETTER: Writer moaning about Trump should just deal with it

With reference to the July 16 letter “Trump a buffoon,” the writer comes across as a typical liberal, prating indiscriminate absurdities couched in a vocabulary… Continue reading

More than 12 percent return ballots in Clallam, 13 percent in Jefferson

More than 12 percent of registered voters in Clallam County have returned ballots in the Aug. 1 primary election. The Clallam County… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Landing practice in Coupeville takes off 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 late night… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Homemade fruit leather makes a good snack

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Homemade fruit leather makes a good snack

IN HER MOST recent Peninsula Kitchen column, Carrie Sanford shared some great tips for maintaining sanity on a cross-country road trip by being mindful of… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Homemade fruit leather makes a good snack
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Port Angeles winery’s 2017 summer concert series features variety in lineup

Olympic Cellars Winery’s 2017 summer concert series kicked off July 22 with the West Coast Women’s Blues Revue and continues through late… Continue reading

Creme Tangerine.

Port Angeles woman arrested on suspicion of illegal drug sales

A Port Angeles woman who allegedly sold methamphetamine and heroin to detectives is now in jail for investigation of several drug charges.… Continue reading

Sheriff issues neighborhood watch alert along O’Brien Road

Homeowners have reported a suspicious vehicle slowly driving along O’Brien Road between 11:30 p.m. and 2 a.m. consistently over the past two… Continue reading

Stops on 2017 Canoe Journey set today at Jamestown, Monday in Port Angeles

Stops on 2017 Canoe Journey set today at Jamestown, Monday in Port Angeles

Two canoes had been welcomed onto a Fort Worden State Park beach in Port Townsend by early Saturday afternoon as they stopped… Continue reading

Stops on 2017 Canoe Journey set today at Jamestown, Monday in Port Angeles
Tougher distracted driving law to take effect in Washington

Tougher distracted driving law to take effect in Washington

Washington drivers will have to put down their phones or else face tougher penalties under a… Continue reading

Tougher distracted driving law to take effect in Washington

LETTER: Trump group, with their incompetence and corruption, are global pariahs

The lying capacity of this chaotic, incoherent and very incompetent Trump group has become overbearing. According to our Constitution, criminals should be properly processed by… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: Commissioners to mull juvenile justice tax resolution

Clallam County commissioners will consider a resolution for a question to be placed on the Nov. 7 general election ballot for a sales and use… Continue reading

Robert Streett of Sequim takes a photo with his son Robby, 16, near Sedona, Arizona, earlier this week on vacation. The father and son died the next day in a car wreck in Colorado on July 20. They are survived by Josslyn, Robert’s wife, and son, Sawyer, 14, who were also in the vehicle during the crash. The photo was posted on his Facebook page.

Sequim father, son die in Colorado car wreck

Two Sequim residents died from their injuries in a head-on-crash Thursday evening traveling on U.S. Highway 160 in Colorado, reported the Colorado State… Continue reading

Robert Streett of Sequim takes a photo with his son Robby, 16, near Sedona, Arizona, earlier this week on vacation. The father and son died the next day in a car wreck in Colorado on July 20. They are survived by Josslyn, Robert’s wife, and son, Sawyer, 14, who were also in the vehicle during the crash. The photo was posted on his Facebook page.
A map shows the tribes’ routes and expected landing dates for this year’s Canoe Journey. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Of the first water: Canoes on the move for a potlatch in British Columbia

The 2017 Canoe Journey is underway, and tribes from across Washington state and British Columbia are making their way to the Campbell… Continue reading

A map shows the tribes’ routes and expected landing dates for this year’s Canoe Journey. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Hearing scheduled on proposed Joyce pot ban

A proposal to ban marijuana sales in the Joyce area was met with mixed reviews at a Clallam County Planning Commission meeting,… Continue reading

Boat sinks as pumps fail in John Wayne Marina

Boat sinks as pumps fail in John Wayne Marina

A 46-foot wooden powerboat sank at John Wayne Marina overnight. Harbormaster Ron Amundson said the first call came in at about 9:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Boat sinks as pumps fail in John Wayne Marina
Jamestown Tribe considering sewer connection to Sequim by late 2019

Jamestown Tribe considering sewer connection to Sequim by late 2019

There appears to be a lot more sewer talk among Sequim city staff members in the… Continue reading

Jamestown Tribe considering sewer connection to Sequim by late 2019

Pile-driving begins for Navy pier; completion pushed back to next July

Pile-driving began this week on Ediz Hook and will continue for up to two months as in-water construction began anew Monday on… Continue reading

Work continues Tuesday on the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s new building, which will begin housing Klallam Counseling Services in August. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Lower Elwha preparing to move counseling services

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe is expanding its efforts near South Dry Creek Road and U.S. Highway 101, its CEO said Tuesday.… Continue reading

Work continues Tuesday on the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s new building, which will begin housing Klallam Counseling Services in August. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)