Clallam County

Mora Road expected to be open this weekend, allowing access to Rialto Beach

Mora Road repairs are expected to be completed today, with the road open to provide access to Rialto Beach by Saturday… Continue reading

Greywolf celebrates project to house four kindergarten classes

Greywolf celebrates project to house four kindergarten classes

The addition of four classrooms using innovative building material at Greywolf Elementary School in Carlsborg is… Continue reading

Greywolf celebrates project to house four kindergarten classes

Free outdoor concerts resound across Peninsula

The Sequim City Band’s Fourth of July concert Tuesday will serve as the Music in the Park event this coming week. The Concert on the… Continue reading

Block play programs at Clallam County libraries meant to help kids learn

Youngsters between the ages of 8 months and 8 years can learn math and science through block play sponsored by the four Clallam County public… Continue reading

Feiro first stop for Storytime on the Road

As part of the North Olympic Library System’s annual Summer Reading Program, the library is hitting the road during the month of… Continue reading

Forks revels in Fourth of July festivities for five days

Forks revels in Fourth of July festivities for five days

The city of Forks boasts a “well-stocked” week of celebratory Independence Day events starting today. They will include breakfast, a fun run, a… Continue reading

Forks revels in Fourth of July festivities for five days

Fourth festivals to light up Neah Bay, Chimacum

The annual Independence Day celebrations in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Forks won’t be the only shows of patriotism on the Fourth of July or… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Be careful not to let fear guide your actions; instead, trust in God

A RECENT TORAH portion tells the story of Moses sending scouts from each of the 12 tribes into the Promised Land, as God had instructed.… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles port to talk Lincoln Park trees at special meeting today … and other items

The Port of Port Angeles commissioners will discuss removal of trees from Lincoln Park when they meet at noon today. The special… Continue reading

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Police seek driver of stolen van

The Port Angeles Police Department on Thursday identified a man they said fled from police in a stolen van Wednesday. Police are… Continue reading

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Fireworks explode over Port Angeles Harbor during last year’s annual Independence Day display. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles bringing Americana staples to Fourth fete

Tuesday in Port Angeles will bring at least four American staples to City Pier: baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet. The… Continue reading

Fireworks explode over Port Angeles Harbor during last year’s annual Independence Day display. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Read and talk books in library discussion groups

Take a break from summer heat and enjoy a cool read while joining a book discussion group at the Port Angeles Library.… Continue reading

Relay for Life events gear up in Clallam, Jefferson

Port Angeles and Sequim are joining forces this year to raise money for cancer research in a Clallam County Relay for Life event… Continue reading

Renowned jazz artist Dmitri Matheny will perform at Wind Rose Cellars on Saturday.

Renowned flugelhornist to perform in Sequim

Wind Rose Cellars will present a free performance by renowned jazz artist Dmitri Matheny at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The appearance, part of a… Continue reading

Renowned jazz artist Dmitri Matheny will perform at Wind Rose Cellars on Saturday.

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