Clallam County

Sheriff’s Office searching for missing Port Angeles-area woman

Sheriff’s Office searching for missing Port Angeles-area woman

As of Saturday, the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office was still searching for a missing Port Angeles-area woman. The Sheriff’s Office reported that… Continue reading

Sheriff’s Office searching for missing Port Angeles-area woman
The cargo ship Astoria Bay takes on a load of logs at the Port of Port Angeles Terminal 3 in Port Angeles on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

ON THE WATERFRONT: Some ships may get an assist in Port Angeles Harbor

ON THURSDAY MORNING, the cargo ship Astoria Bay moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3 to take on a load of debarked logs… Continue reading

The cargo ship Astoria Bay takes on a load of logs at the Port of Port Angeles Terminal 3 in Port Angeles on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Robert Streett of Sequim takes a photo with his son Robby, 16, near Sedona, Ariz., earlier this week on vacation. The father and son died the next day in a car wreck in Colorado last Thursday. They are survived by Josslyn, Robert’s wife, and son, Sawyer, 14, who were also in the vehicle during the crash. (Facebook image)

Sequim father, son die in Colorado car wreck

Traveling on the open road was a way of life at one point for Robert Streett, 52, and his family. Before moving to… Continue reading

Robert Streett of Sequim takes a photo with his son Robby, 16, near Sedona, Ariz., earlier this week on vacation. The father and son died the next day in a car wreck in Colorado last Thursday. They are survived by Josslyn, Robert’s wife, and son, Sawyer, 14, who were also in the vehicle during the crash. (Facebook image)
Building that once housed Haggen up for auction

Building that once housed Haggen up for auction

The former Haggen grocery store in Port Angeles that has remained shuttered since April 2016 will be up for auction in August.… Continue reading

Building that once housed Haggen up for auction

Candidate residency challenged; Port Angeles port hopeful agrees address incorrect on form but says he lives in district

Port of Port Angeles Commissioner Colleen McAleer’s campaign has filed a voter registration challenge against her general election opponent, Michael Cobb. She… Continue reading

Stalks of lavender radiate from a plant at B&B Family Farm in Sequim during Sequim Lavender Weekend on Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A GROWING CONCERN: Soak up the sun in Sequim, but harken to tasks in yard

SEQUIM LAVENDER WEEKEND is upon us, and those of you traveling through the Sequim area this weekend would have seen flashing signs, slowed traffic and… Continue reading

Stalks of lavender radiate from a plant at B&B Family Farm in Sequim during Sequim Lavender Weekend on Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
BASEBALL: Lefties lose seesaw affair to Cowlitz Bears

BASEBALL: Lefties lose seesaw affair to Cowlitz Bears

In a game that seesawed back and forth all night, the Lefties couldn’t respond to a two-run top of the ninth by… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Lefties lose seesaw affair to Cowlitz Bears

BIRD WATCH: ‘Inland Sea’ ideal and easy place to enjoy birding

SOMETHING ABOUT THE lone gull perched on top of the ferry landing’s dolphin was different. It looked smaller than the familiar glaucous-winged that are so… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: New vendors welcomed to Port Angeles Farmers Market … and other items

The Port Angeles Farmers Market recently announced that it has added four new vendors to its lineup. The vendors are Lady &… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

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

Artist Susy Halverson of Longview paints a vista of lavender and mountains at the B&B Family Farm during Sequim Lavender Weekend on Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Final day of Lavender Weekend offers street fair, tours

It’s the final day of Sequim Lavender Weekend, and both the street fair and tours of area lavender farms are in full swing.… Continue reading

Artist Susy Halverson of Longview paints a vista of lavender and mountains at the B&B Family Farm during Sequim Lavender Weekend on Friday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

HELP LINE: Remember: New Medicare numbers are coming

DO WE ALL remember that Social Security numbers are coming off our Medicare cards? Right: More than a few of us have been observing for… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: 4-H leader helps youths grow

HORSEPLAY: 4-H leader helps youths grow

GROWING UP, I was the kid in the family that my parents pointed to and said, “She’s horse-crazy.” I disagreed then and now because I… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: 4-H leader helps youths grow

LETTER: As a Port Angeles resident, it’s only common sense to vote yes on sales tax increase

Port Angeles residents will soon be voting on Transportation Benefit District Proposition No. 1 to increase the sales tax in Port Angeles by 0.2 percent… Continue reading

LETTER: Calling our president a buffoon no laughing matter

“Buffoon” in Webster’s description: “a gross and usually ill-educated or stupid person.” That does not describe someone who defeated 16 Republican nominees, the Democratic Party… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s my endorsement of Smith, Whetham for Port Angeles City Council

The Our Water Our Choice Political Action Committee has observed the Port Angeles City Council closely for the past two years as we have advocated… Continue reading

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