Clallam County

LETTER: Glad I didn’t call to complain about my garage door mysteriously opening

Just home from California, we began having a problem with our garage doors. The first time the golf cart garage was open in the morning,… Continue reading

LETTER: Port Angeles School Board members’ Nazi reference was offensive, irrational

Referring to board members who support the health center as supporting the “modern Holocaust” of abortion and comparing them to Nazis and American slave owners… Continue reading

Rain gardens will be the subject of a presentation at the Port Angeles Main Library on Thursday. (Kate Radigan)

Low-impact rain gardens explained in Port Angeles talk

Rain gardens will be the topic of a presentation by stormwater management experts at 6 p.m. Thursday. Bob Simmons, Vince McIntyre and… Continue reading

Rain gardens will be the subject of a presentation at the Port Angeles Main Library on Thursday. (Kate Radigan)
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News A vehicle makes the turn onto Hurricane Ridge Road towards Heart o’ the Hills and Lake Dawn on Tuesday in Port Angeles. Olympic National Park officials hope to have the road to Hurricane Ridge open on weekends beginning Friday.

Olympic National Park staff sets summer season

The Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center and Hurricane Ridge Gift Shop & Snack Bar will be staffed daily beginning today. The visitor… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News A vehicle makes the turn onto Hurricane Ridge Road towards Heart o’ the Hills and Lake Dawn on Tuesday in Port Angeles. Olympic National Park officials hope to have the road to Hurricane Ridge open on weekends beginning Friday.

Sequim pickleball courts delayed for civil engineering work

Plans to install eight tournament-quality pickleball courts in Carrie Blake Park in Sequim by year’s end have been pushed into 2018. Charlie Pugh,… Continue reading

Surfriders to lift glasses in celebration at Port Angeles winery tonight

The Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation will host its International Surfing Day celebration at Harbinger Winery from 6:30 p.m. to… Continue reading

Twenty-two perform in Port Angeles piano recital

Twenty-two students of Joan Quigley’s piano studio performed at a spring recital held in First Presbyterian Church. The students who performed solos,… Continue reading

View tribal art while pedaling through Sequim for annual bike tour

View tribal art while pedaling through Sequim for annual bike tour

Locals and tourists can bike their way through Sequim and view tribal art along the way.… Continue reading

View tribal art while pedaling through Sequim for annual bike tour

Wings of Freedom Tour leaves Port Angeles today

Today is the last day the public can view four World War II-era airplanes at Fairchild International Airport. A B-17 Flying Fortress,… Continue reading

Team sells catamaran to maritime center after fourth-place finish in Race to Alaska

Team sells catamaran to maritime center after fourth-place finish in Race to Alaska

Team Ketch Me If U Can, which took fourth place in the 2017 Race to Alaska, has sold its boat to the… Continue reading

Team sells catamaran to maritime center after fourth-place finish in Race to Alaska

Another candidate drops out of Aug. 1 primary election

Another candidate has dropped out of an Aug. 1 primary race. Allen Hunt, a Port Angeles-area Clallam County Fire District 2 firefighter-paramedic,… Continue reading

Sequim schools prepare for renovations as project manager presents tentative plan

The Sequim School District is in the beginning stages of drafting a plan for school construction.… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles OKs $2.2 million contract for Terminal 7

The Port of Port Angeles approved a $2.2 million contract for the completion of its Terminal 7 redevelopment and stormwater conveyance improvements.… Continue reading

Cameras aid in arrest of two teens for Lincoln Park store burglaries

A recently installed surveillance system led to the arrest of two teens accused of burglarizing a Port Angeles business two times in… Continue reading

Clallam County, partners set pollution project open house

An open house concerning a pollution project update on Sequim-Dungeness area beaches is planned from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday. Clallam County… Continue reading

Inslee calls lawmakers back for third special session

Inslee calls lawmakers back for third special session

Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday called lawmakers back for a third special session, saying that “the… Continue reading

Inslee calls lawmakers back for third special session

LETTER: Despite not being able to attend Wings of Freedom Tour, it should be a thrill

It’s so neat to see these World War II-era aircraft back in Port Angeles for the Wings of Freedom Tour on June 21-23, but for… Continue reading

LETTER: Political correctness has gotten way out of hand

It had never occurred to me to think Asian if I see the word “slant” until I read the June 20 article in the Peninsula… Continue reading

LETTER: Thank you to the hospital for its care of my son

My son, Rocky, has always had such a strong aversion to going to the hospital in the past. He was admitted to Olympic Medical Center… Continue reading