Clallam County

NEWS BRIEFS: Firefighters aid hiker near park road … and other items

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 firefighters helped Saturday in what they called an “unusual rescue.” Firefighters aided an Italian hiker… Continue reading

Cougar sightings cause concern in west Port Angeles neighborhood

Cougar sightings cause concern in west Port Angeles neighborhood

Some Port Angeles residents are concerned after recent sightings of a cougar on the west end of town. Vera Phillips, who lives… Continue reading

Cougar sightings cause concern in west Port Angeles neighborhood

A GROWING CONCERN: Constant vigilance increases garden health

WITH LAST WEEK’S column, I now embark on my third decade of writing about gardening. My first column was published July 2, 1997. So let… Continue reading

Annual show’s featured quilter focuses on big show, big quilts

Annual show’s featured quilter focuses on big show, big quilts

When Murph Gerber, 74, quilts, she likes to go big. “I mostly make king-size quilts,” she… Continue reading

Annual show’s featured quilter focuses on big show, big quilts
Behind-the-scenes look at Emily Carr’s life in Victoria set for Aug. 3

Behind-the-scenes look at Emily Carr’s life in Victoria set for Aug. 3

She was called Klee Wyck, “the laughing one” in the Chinook language:… Continue reading

Behind-the-scenes look at Emily Carr’s life in Victoria set for Aug. 3

BIRD WATCH: Water brings many bird sightings

THANKS TO OUR cold, wet spring, the weeds took over various parts of the yard. One of those was the manmade waterfall and its stream… Continue reading

Brush blaze fight near Port Angeles involves many agencies

Brush blaze fight near Port Angeles involves many agencies

A 100-foot-by-100-foot brush fire at the end of Baker Farm Road was extinguished through the efforts of multiple agencies by about 11:30… Continue reading

Brush blaze fight near Port Angeles involves many agencies

Clallam health assessment released; lack of access to healthy food noted

A new health assessment has identified five key issues of concern and opportunity for Clallam County. The 2017 Community Health Assessment underscored… Continue reading

Composite Recycling Technology Center gets new contract; expects to expand workforce

The Composite Recycling Technology Center will pioneer new ways of recycling carbon fiber composite and expects to more than double its number… Continue reading

Free music workshops planned this week near Sequim

Free music workshops, including training for vocals, piano, strings, woodwinds and drums, will be offered at Dungeness Community Church from Monday to Thursday.… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Why do we fear and hate aging?

SOMETIMES, WHEN I have nothing else productive to do, I actually think about things I say. Apparently this is one of those times. One of… Continue reading

LETTER: Supports Steve Chinn for fire commissioner

including Clallam County Fire District 3 — I take pen… Continue reading

LETTER: Wants Trump removed from office for peaceful sleep

Oh my God. Whoever would have guessed that electing a man for president who was a reality television star with no governmental experience, who lies… Continue reading

Lower Elwha seek information on pollution of site of proposed Port Angeles hotel

The sale of city-owned downtown property to the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe for a $25 million, 86-room hotel has been delayed for… Continue reading

New owner working to ‘get it right’ in reopening former Nippon site

New owner working to ‘get it right’ in reopening former Nippon site

McKinley Paper Co. vice president of operations said his company is taking a measured approach to transforming the former Nippon Paper Industries… Continue reading

New owner working to ‘get it right’ in reopening former Nippon site

NEWS BRIEFS: Landing practice set for Whidbey Island aircraft … and other items

There will be field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island at the outlying field… Continue reading

ON THE WATERFRONT: White Coral takes on logs in Port Angeles Harbor

AT THE BEGINNING of the week, the Panamanian flagged cargo ship White Coral moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3. When she departs… Continue reading

Permaculture topic of lecture Monday at Port Angeles Library

Permaculture architect Hank Gibson will present “Permaculture in the Garden” at 6:30 p.m. Monday. The lecture on permaculture — a design system… Continue reading

POINT OF VIEW: Staying strong during unsettled times

HAVING GROWN UP in Port Angeles, I’ve seen our community go through hard times. But when someone lost a job or a business closed its… Continue reading

County, Port of Port Angeles commissioners to talk timber Monday

Peninsula Daily News Clallam County and Port of Port Angeles commissioners will discuss timber advocacy, arrearage and timber sales payments in a joint work session… Continue reading