Clallam County

Clallam’s ‘Strait Shot’ bus service to Bainbridge Island on track for June 17 start

Clallam’s ‘Strait Shot’ bus service to Bainbridge Island on track for June 17 start

Getting to Bainbridge Island will be as easy as 1-2-3 starting June 17. Clallam Transit’s new fixed bus route — the No.… Continue reading

Clallam’s ‘Strait Shot’ bus service to Bainbridge Island on track for June 17 start
Officials: Federal program for air service unlikely for Port Angeles

Officials: Federal program for air service unlikely for Port Angeles

It would take either an act of God or an act of Congress for commercial air service to return to Port Angeles,… Continue reading

Officials: Federal program for air service unlikely for Port Angeles
Biggest leg of Race to Alaska begins from Victoria at high noon today

Biggest leg of Race to Alaska begins from Victoria at high noon today

At high noon today, sailors, paddleboarders and boaters will embark on one of the most difficult water races in the world. In total,… Continue reading

Biggest leg of Race to Alaska begins from Victoria at high noon today

A GROWING CONCERN: Ode to the ‘dynamic duo’ of pinching, deadheading

NOW THAT SUMMER is almost officially here and your flowers and plants are finally growing at a recognizable pace, hanging baskets are ablaze with color,… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: How a bird knows who it is

HOW DOES A bird know it is a particular species? The quick and easy answer is “instinct.” There is a bit more to it than… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading

HELP LINE: SHIBA needs volunteers like you

WHAT’S THE ONE thing that drives every single one of us uniformly nuts, no matter what? Well … OK, what’s one of the things that… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Carrying on the tradition: Children learn to ride

HORSEPLAY: Carrying on the tradition: Children learn to ride

MY HEART SANG with joy when I stopped by the Quarter Moon Ranch game show in Carlsborg last weekend and saw Tanya Hull’s 4-year-old son… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Carrying on the tradition: Children learn to ride

LETTER: How do I tell my grandchildren to vote when government’s track record is abysmal?

How should I answer my granddaughter’s questions about politics and voting? Should I tell her that politics doesn’t matter, as politicians are liars and cheats… Continue reading

LETTER: Toy firearms should have obvious ways to distinguish them from real ones

I read in the May 31 Peninsula Daily News about yet another young boy needlessly being wasted/killed by a police officer by mistaking the toy… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump even less than a fool for pulling out of Paris accords

Our president is much less than a fool. This man who stole his election will now condemn our world to an ugly ending, for he… Continue reading

LETTER: Why so many White House leaks? Maybe because Trump’s ignorance terrifies all

Trump’s White House leaks like a sieve, as reported by major news outlets including Fox. Why is that? Why is his staff acting in such… Continue reading

Man told others of fear of heights before falling to his death off Port Angeles bridge

A 49-year-old Port Angeles man who jumped Thursday from the Tumwater Truck Route bridge said he had a fear of heights before… Continue reading

Neighborhood about to be built on Port Angeles’ 15th Street

Neighborhood about to be built on Port Angeles’ 15th Street

They aren’t just building homes. They are building a neighborhood. Eight Port Angeles area families soon will embark on a community build… Continue reading

Neighborhood about to be built on Port Angeles’ 15th Street

ON THE WATERFRONT: Logs and launches abound in Port Angeles

LAST WEEKEND, A log barge came into the harbor. I understand the barge had a few bundles of logs for PA Hardwood that were offloaded… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Enjoy homemade pizza with friends

SEVERAL YEARS AGO, my family and I attended a dinner celebration at the home of a mentor of mine. I was one of the youngest… Continue reading

Sol Duc bridges to get fresh coat of paint, with some traffic disruptions

Two bridges spanning the Sol Duc River 20 miles apart in Clallam County will be repainted, causing some disruption for traffic on U.S.… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA GIRLS GOLF: Sequim’s Alex McMenamin earns MVP honor for fourth straight season

ALL-PENINSULA GIRLS GOLF: Sequim’s Alex McMenamin earns MVP honor for fourth straight season

In her four seasons at Sequim, Wolves girls golfer Alex McMenamin piled up the individual and team accolades. McMenamin won four Olympic League… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA GIRLS GOLF: Sequim’s Alex McMenamin earns MVP honor for fourth straight season
LEFTIES: Port Angeles win series, flirt with pair of no-hitters

LEFTIES: Port Angeles win series, flirt with pair of no-hitters

The Lefties got their second straight dominant pitching performance against Walla Walla, as… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles win series, flirt with pair of no-hitters

EYE ON CLALLAM: Clallam County to fete retiring jail boss

The three Clallam County commissioners will recognize retiring Jail Superintendent Ron Sukert for his 37 years of service Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 10… Continue reading