Clallam County

Sequim offers food, music on the Fourth

Food, music and classic cars will be available at the Sequim Elks’ Fourth of July celebration Tuesday. Also, patriotic music will mark Independence… Continue reading

Strawberries, music and preparation for winter veggies on the calendar this week

Strawberry shortcake, music and plans for winter gardens are among the attractions on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Information also is available on the… Continue reading

Gov. Jay Inslee talks to reporters about ongoing budget negotiations Tuesday in Olympia. (Rachel La Corte/The Associated Press)

Lawmakers reach budget agreement ‘in principle’; no details released

Gov. Jay Inslee announced Wednesday that state lawmakers have reached agreement “in principle” on a new… Continue reading

Gov. Jay Inslee talks to reporters about ongoing budget negotiations Tuesday in Olympia. (Rachel La Corte/The Associated Press)
Sequim approves second phase remodel of Guy Cole Center

Sequim approves second phase remodel of Guy Cole Center

The city is moving forward with plans to remodel the Guy Cole Convention Center in Carrie… Continue reading

Sequim approves second phase remodel of Guy Cole Center
Orcas Island man becomes first ever to finish R2AK on paddle board

Orcas Island man becomes first ever to finish R2AK on paddle board

After just over two weeks of paddling, Karl Kruger has become the first person to complete the 750-mile Race to Alaska on a… Continue reading

Orcas Island man becomes first ever to finish R2AK on paddle board

LETTER: It’s up to us and our votes to change fabric of government

We have a president who’s not trustworthy, who lies repeatedly and who, it seems, will never be rejected by the Republican Party, which still sees… Continue reading

LETTER: Why would any American vote to repeal Obamacare?

To misquote a famous saying, “There are lies, damn lies and politics.” Highly paid politicians who know better still refer to Obamacare as if it… Continue reading

Port Angeles police recover stolen van after pursuit

A short pursuit Wednesday morning ended with police recovering a stolen van and the driver getting away. An officer patrolling on the… Continue reading

Fireworks go on sale statewide starting at noon today

Fireworks go on sale statewide starting at noon today

Fireworks go on sale at noon statewide today, but that doesn’t mean they are legal everywhere. Port Angeles is in its second year of a… Continue reading

Fireworks go on sale statewide starting at noon today

Sewer line work to close Marine Drive at Cedar Street in PA tonight

Work on a sewage pipe plug-up at Marine Drive and Cedar Street will close the intersection today starting at 7 p.m. until… Continue reading

State legislative leaders say they are closing in on budget deal

State legislative leaders say they are closing in on budget deal

With the deadline to avoid a potential government shutdown looming, legislative leaders said Tuesday afternoon they… Continue reading

State legislative leaders say they are closing in on budget deal
Port Angeles council hopefuls talk annexation, water, second-class-city vote

Port Angeles council hopefuls talk annexation, water, second-class-city vote

Candidates for Port Angeles City Council Position 1 tackled questions Tuesday about issues facing the city including annexation, the city’s fight with… Continue reading

Port Angeles council hopefuls talk annexation, water, second-class-city vote

Final clue released in Port Townsend Film Festival Guess the Guest contest

Have you guessed it yet? The Port Townsend Film Festival has released the third and final clue in its Guess the Guest… Continue reading

Fish passage projects continue from state park to highway

Fish passage projects continue from state park to highway

As the Carlsborg sewer project tentatively wraps up in the next week, a $2.728 million culvert… Continue reading

Fish passage projects continue from state park to highway
Adopt a Beach pilot program set on Peninsula

Adopt a Beach pilot program set on Peninsula

They’re easy to point out. The couple who parks on the same bench at dawn. The children who know the safest spots to build sand… Continue reading

Adopt a Beach pilot program set on Peninsula
North Olympic Peninsula pilots at work on earthquake aid plan

North Olympic Peninsula pilots at work on earthquake aid plan

A team of North Olympic Peninsula pilots plan to take to the skies when a catastrophic 9.0 earthquake rocks Western Washington. Researchers… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula pilots at work on earthquake aid plan

Forks Peninsula College campus offers adults chance to earn high school diploma

Classes will begin Monday in Forks for residents interested in earning their high school diploma or a general educational development (GED) certificate, or… Continue reading

LETTER: No way truthful, accurate to claim Trump keeping promises to American people

The most recent excuse being used by Republicans in Congress and the White House to pursue their same old agenda of making life worse for… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Intersection in PA closed to all traffic … and other items

The intersection at Marine Drive and Cedar Street will be closed today at 7 p.m. and remain closed until 6 a.m. Thursday.… Continue reading