Clallam County

O’Brien Meadows residents object to proposed change

O’Brien Meadows residents object to proposed change

Ron and Barbara Carr moved to O’Brien Meadows for the promise that their quiet neighborhood would remain surrounded by open space. About… Continue reading

O’Brien Meadows residents object to proposed change

LETTER: Reasonable balance is nowhere to be found outside of Fox News and some talk radio

The Founding Fathers installed Amendment 1 into the Constitution to guarantee a free press for a very good reason. The thinking was that an unhindered… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: PA speaker event slated for Thursday … and other items

The public is invited to hear Capt. Jon Picker’s presentation to the Clallam County Pilots Association at 7 p.m. Thursday. This presentation… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Cornerstone store turns a page

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Cornerstone store turns a page

RIGGS IS THE only regular shoplifter. He is crafty and cute and hard to stop. The last time he got busted after sneaking in, he… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Cornerstone store turns a page
Divers propose building artificial reef with rocks from old jetty at Point Hudson

Divers propose building artificial reef with rocks from old jetty at Point Hudson

Members of the Washington Scuba Alliance want to build an artificial reef to provide marine habitat when the Point Hudson jetties are… Continue reading

Divers propose building artificial reef with rocks from old jetty at Point Hudson
Little activity as lawmakers end third week of special session

Little activity as lawmakers end third week of special session

Washington lawmakers closed out their third week of special session and so far have little… Continue reading

Little activity as lawmakers end third week of special session

New program for opioid abuse planned for fall in Clallam County

Olympic Medical Physicians is working to develop a medicine-assisted treatment program for patients with opioid use disorder. It’s part of a greater… Continue reading

Official: Stuck angler helped out of Sol Duc River

Official: Stuck angler helped out of Sol Duc River

Fishermen helped an unidentified stranded angler out of the Sol Duc River on Saturday morning. Clallam County Fire District No. 1 Chief Bill Paul said… Continue reading

Official: Stuck angler helped out of Sol Duc River

Port Angeles School District accepting comment on Monroe School site demolition

The Port Angeles School District is accepting public comment on a determination of non-significance for the demolition of the shuttered Monroe School… Continue reading

Todd Negus

Second contested Port Angeles council race forms

The interest of a Port Angeles resident who runs a Sequim business will turn an open Port Angeles City Council seat into… Continue reading

Todd Negus
From left, Robin, played by Lily Robertson, and Oberon, played by Zachary Parrill, contemplate their scheme regarding the purple flower, which, when placed on sleeping eyes, causes the victim to fall madly in love with the first being they see upon waking.

Port Angeles High School puts on ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ with a twist

The Port Angeles High School Thespian Society will present “Midsummer Jersey” beginning Wednesday. Midsummer Jersey will be performed at 7 p.m. Wednesday… Continue reading

From left, Robin, played by Lily Robertson, and Oberon, played by Zachary Parrill, contemplate their scheme regarding the purple flower, which, when placed on sleeping eyes, causes the victim to fall madly in love with the first being they see upon waking.

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Over-the-counter permits available at Sequim department starting Monday … and other items

The city’s Department of Community Development will begin issuing over-the-counter permits for selected activities beginning Monday. The permits will be offered to customers… Continue reading

LETTER: ‘Trumpcare’ just a way for the rich to get richer while the rest of us suffer

The first step of the Obamacare repeal and replace is done. Donald Trump promised middle-class voters that all would be covered with lower premiums and… Continue reading

LETTER: It’s really a crying shame what protesters cost these days

OK, I confess, I am the one who paid those demonstrators to protest the president’s refusal to release his taxes. They wanted minimum wage, but… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Volunteers sought for monitoring … and other items

The Clallam Marine Resources Committee and Olympic Audubon Society are seeking volunteers to monitor pigeon guillemots along the coast from June through August.… Continue reading

New trail opens on Miller Peninsula; organizer says project partners multiple agencies

New trail opens on Miller Peninsula; organizer says project partners multiple agencies

After three years of waiting for the go-ahead, Powell Jones, executive director of the Dungeness River Audubon Center, recently finished one of his… Continue reading

New trail opens on Miller Peninsula; organizer says project partners multiple agencies
Slow cleanup nets much frustration at Rayonier mill

Slow cleanup nets much frustration at Rayonier mill

Residents are irritated by the ongoing, two-decades-old environmental cleanup at the former 75.6 acre Rayonier pulp mill site and the adjacent waters… Continue reading

Slow cleanup nets much frustration at Rayonier mill
Residents pack Port Angeles council chambers to demand answers of experts on drug abuse

Residents pack Port Angeles council chambers to demand answers of experts on drug abuse

Residents who filled the Port Angeles City Council chambers and lobby Tuesday night said they were fed up with the heroin epidemic… Continue reading

Residents pack Port Angeles council chambers to demand answers of experts on drug abuse

A GROWING CONCERN: A few tips to ride out the scourge of horsetail

OUR GARDEN NIRVANA here on the Peninsula has been shattered by the omnipresent horsetail. I get this question all the time, and my answer is… Continue reading

Bruce Erlwein

Announced candidate ineligible, drops out of Port Angeles council race

Bruce Erlwein, who had announced his intention to run for Port Angeles City Council earlier this month, won’t file for the Nov.… Continue reading

Bruce Erlwein