Clallam County

LETTER: Uninsured drivers make the rest of us pay

I wonder if you think as highly of uninsured drivers as I do. On April 21, I was hit by another car in the Safeway… Continue reading

Clallam County Community Service Award honoree Dianna Cross is a longtime volunteer in the Clallam County office of the American Red Cross. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Company of heroes: Eight volunteers to be given Clallam County Community Service Award

A gathering of heroes who quietly worked behind the scenes will be in the spotlight Thursday during the reception for the Clallam… Continue reading

Clallam County Community Service Award honoree Dianna Cross is a longtime volunteer in the Clallam County office of the American Red Cross. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Recovered bald eagle released, reunited with mate near Port Angeles

Recovered bald eagle released, reunited with mate near Port Angeles

Sparky, the bald eagle electrocuted last month by a 7,200-volt power line west of Port Angeles, has been released back to the… Continue reading

Recovered bald eagle released, reunited with mate near Port Angeles

Port Angeles to host town hall meeting about opioid abuse

The city will host a town hall meeting May 9 about what is being done to stop and treat opioid abuse in… Continue reading

Counters to help track use of Olympic Discovery Trail

Counters to help track use of Olympic Discovery Trail

The state Department of Transportation will install three bicycle and pedestrian counters on the Olympic Discovery Trail west of Port Angeles. Commissioners… Continue reading

Counters to help track use of Olympic Discovery Trail
Port of Port Angeles sees possible indirect effect on local timber exports from proposed tariff

Port of Port Angeles sees possible indirect effect on local timber exports from proposed tariff

Port of Port Angeles officials are concerned President Donald J. Trump’s proposed 20 percent tariff on Canadian soft lumber imports into the… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles sees possible indirect effect on local timber exports from proposed tariff

Lake Sutherland man arrested after high-speed chase near Forks

A Lake Sutherland man has been arrested for investigation of leading police on a high-speed pursuit near Forks, Clallam County Superior Court… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles official: 2016 a good year

The Port of Port Angeles had a more than $1.5 million surplus in its 2016 operating budget before depreciation, which was about… Continue reading

Port Angeles chief talks about community police work

Port Angeles chief talks about community police work

Law enforcement in the 21st century is about a lot more than carrying a gun, Port Angeles Police Chief Brian Smith said… Continue reading

Port Angeles chief talks about community police work
Lauren Fox will perform in Port Angeles on May 4.

Tickets on sale now for Lauren Fox concert of ‘Love, Lust, Fear & Freedom’

Tickets are on sale now for a May 4 concert, “Lauren Fox: Love, Lust, Fear &Freedom: The Songs of Joni Mitchell and… Continue reading

Lauren Fox will perform in Port Angeles on May 4.

Adventurer to tell of 1,200-mile solo sea kayak expedition

West Coast author and adventurer Susan Marie Conrad will give a slideshow presentation Thursday on her 1,200-mile solo sea kayak expedition up… Continue reading

Fish passage improvements to be planned at McDonald Creek outtake

Clallam County has approved a contract with an environmental consultant to design fish passage improvements at the McDonald Creek outtake of the… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump should release his tax returns to divulge any conflicts of interest

So, Donald Trump has not yet released his tax returns. He says the reason is that he is still under audit, which does not make… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Artist to provide demonstration at Sequim meeting Thursday … and other items

Artist Kevin Willson will provide a program and demonstration at a meeting of the Olympic Peninsula Art Association on Thursday. Doors will open… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Real science too scary to deal with

HALLOWEEN USED TO be the scariest holiday of the year with ghosts, goblins and the zombie apocalypse threatening to knock on your door when you… Continue reading

Port Angeles School Board to consider restoring roofs

The Port Angeles School Board will consider restoring roofs at four schools when it meets Thursday. The board will meet at Hamilton… Continue reading

Special Drug Take Back Day set Saturday

A special Drug Take Back Day will offer Clallam County residents places in Port Angeles, Sequim and Forks for disposing of potentially dangerous, expired, unused… Continue reading

Take a bite out of this: Tickets on sale now for Dracula spoof

Tickets are on sale now for a Port Angeles Community Players production of a spoof of a classic horror tale. “Dracula: The… Continue reading

Documentary on life of former American Indian Movement chairman to be screened tonight

A documentary showcasing the life of Native American poet, recording artist, actor and speaker John Trudell will be shown at Peninsula College’s… Continue reading

Highway 101 work around Lake Crescent now set to begin mid-July

Work on a $27.5 million project to rehabilitate 12 miles of U.S. Highway 101 around Lake Crescent will begin in mid-July… Continue reading