Clallam County

Presentation set on landscaping with native plants for July 8

Presentation set on landscaping with native plants for July 8

Clallam County Master Gardener Mike Barnes will lead a presentation on native plants at 10 a.m. Saturday. “Planting Natives in the Garden” will… Continue reading

Presentation set on landscaping with native plants for July 8

Wine festival to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Wine Festival at The Cedars at Dungeness will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County on Saturday. The festival will be from 1… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge closures set for tonight into Friday

SHINE – The Hood Canal Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic several times tonight, with each closure lasting for up to an hour. The… Continue reading

Gerald Neil Walkup of Port Angeles, 26, at an earlier appearance in Clallam County Superior Court. (JesseMajor/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles man who bailed out on drug and weapons charges returns to jail

A 26-year-old Port Angeles man who posted $200,000 bond on drug and weapons charges in May is back in jail. Gerald Neil… Continue reading

Gerald Neil Walkup of Port Angeles, 26, at an earlier appearance in Clallam County Superior Court. (JesseMajor/Peninsula Daily News)
In 1992, Nina Fatherson was named Sequim Citizen of the Year for her dedication to those in need through the Sequim Food Bank. She recently died after a struggle with cancer. (Olympic Peninsula News Group file)

Sequim Citizen of the Year, food bank director remembered for dedication

The backbone of the Sequim Food Bank for years and Sequim’s Citizen of the Year in 1991, Nina Vivian Fatherson, 85, recently succumbed… Continue reading

In 1992, Nina Fatherson was named Sequim Citizen of the Year for her dedication to those in need through the Sequim Food Bank. She recently died after a struggle with cancer. (Olympic Peninsula News Group file)
A 1997 Ford Ranger flipped at about 7:40 p.m. Tuesday at U.S. Highway 101 and Kolonels Way east of Port Angeles. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Two vehicles in rollover wreck

No serious injuries were reported after a two-vehicle rollover wreck at U.S. Highway 101 and Kolonels Way east of Port Angeles. The… Continue reading

A 1997 Ford Ranger flipped at about 7:40 p.m. Tuesday at U.S. Highway 101 and Kolonels Way east of Port Angeles. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Washington becomes fifth state to guarantee paid family leave

Washington state is now among just a handful of states that guarantee paid family leave, following… Continue reading

LETTER: Can the county or businesses help with traffic flow issues during bridge closure?

After reading about the upcoming McDonald bridge closure it looks like it could affect Agnew businesses including a local veterinarian, bed and breakfasts, and our… Continue reading

LETTER: The threat of the public doing a public agency’s job will get the agency to act

The rant about the cougar problem brought back some memories. A number of years ago I had a tethered goat killed by a cougar. I… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Police arrest man after foot pursuit … and other items

A man was arrested after a brief foot pursuit in Port Angeles on Wednesday, police said. Devin Michael Richardson, 22, was arrested… Continue reading

Renowned piemaker to demonstrate at CrabFest

Kate McDermott will demonstrate the pie making prowess for which she is nationally acclaimed at 1 p.m. Oct. 7 at the 16th… Continue reading

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Stress to be topic of July WOW! forum

Shelby DePas, ARNP, will present a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum on stress Wednesday, July 12. “Stress and Relaxation, the Yin and… Continue reading

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Seed Saving will be presented by Master Gardener Muriel Nesbitt at noon Thursday, July 13. (Amanda Rosenberg)

Saving seeds topic of Port Angeles lecture

Veteran Master Gardener Muriel Nesbitt will discuss how to save, store and trade seeds at noon Thursday, July 13. The hour-long presentation… Continue reading

Seed Saving will be presented by Master Gardener Muriel Nesbitt at noon Thursday, July 13. (Amanda Rosenberg)
Hoh elder to give canoe to ONRC in Forks

Hoh elder to give canoe to ONRC in Forks

The Olympic Natural Resources Center will host a celebration as Viola Penn Riebe gifts her canoe, The Viola, to the center at noon… Continue reading

Hoh elder to give canoe to ONRC in Forks
Apple pie contest volunteers, from left, Sally Fulton, Iantha Frazer and Edna Petersen sort through entries prior to judging during Independence Day festivities at Port Angeles City Pier. The contest was one of several events around Port Angeles on Tuesday, including a Fourth of July parade through the downtown area and fireworks over Port Angeles Harbor. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles pie contest draws 40 entries on Fourth of July

The inaugural Fourth of July apple pie baking contest in Port Angeles attracted so many entries that organizers had to pull judges… Continue reading

Apple pie contest volunteers, from left, Sally Fulton, Iantha Frazer and Edna Petersen sort through entries prior to judging during Independence Day festivities at Port Angeles City Pier. The contest was one of several events around Port Angeles on Tuesday, including a Fourth of July parade through the downtown area and fireworks over Port Angeles Harbor. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Hood Canal Bridge closures planned tonight

SHINE – The Hood Canal Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic several times tonight, with each closure lasting for up to an hour. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council agrees to remove Lincoln Park trees from flight path

Port Angeles City Council agrees to remove Lincoln Park trees from flight path

More than 70 trees at Lincoln Park obstructing a Fairchild International Airport flight path will be cut, the Port Angeles City Council… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council agrees to remove Lincoln Park trees from flight path

Clallam County official to testify on arrearage, revenue forecasts

The state Department of Natural Resources should find an equitable solution to arrearage and provide junior taxing districts with annual revenue forecasts,… Continue reading

Forum for two Port Angeles council races set in July

The League of Women Voters of Clallam County will sponsor a free public forum featuring candidates for Port Angeles City Council Positions… Continue reading

Wyman: Vote fraud claim ‘ludicrous’; refers Trump to website

Washington’s secretary of state said her office referred President Donald Trump’s commission investigating alleged 2016 election voter fraud to a… Continue reading