Clallam County

LETTER: Recent Trump controversies have created a constitutional crisis

When James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, says that American political institutions are under attack from external and internal sources, he was referring… Continue reading

Makah artist to perform alongside musician at Burke Museum

Makah artist Aaron Parker will collaborate with musician Chris Cunningham in a live performance at the Burke Museum in Seattle tonight. The performance… Continue reading

Leslie Martin

Master organist slated to perform on baroque organ

Master organist Leslie Martin of the American Guild of Organists Peninsula Chapter will perform at United Trinity Methodist Church at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Leslie Martin

Port Angeles council discards bulk of ethics code for state version

Port Angeles City Council members have discarded most of a broadly worded, 5-year-old law that residents on both sides of the water… Continue reading

Port Angeles woman sentenced for domestic violence

A Port Angeles woman has been sentenced to 10 days in jail for striking the father of her child with a pair… Continue reading

Sequim orchestra to play season’s end concert

The Sequim Community Orchestra will host its final concert of the 2016-17 season at 7 tonight. The concert will be at Trinity United… Continue reading

“Arctic Ozone Hole” by Melanie K. Brewer.

Sequim quilt exhibit ‘Pieces Together’ climate change effects on parks

The Sequim Civic Center will feature the National Park Fiber Arts exhibit “Piecing Together a Changing Planet” beginning today. The display — featuring… Continue reading

“Arctic Ozone Hole” by Melanie K. Brewer.
Visitors brave weather for Sequim Irrigation Festival

Visitors brave weather for Sequim Irrigation Festival

While the Irrigation Festival’s tagline “122 Skies of Blue” might not have held up last weekend,… Continue reading

Visitors brave weather for Sequim Irrigation Festival
Waterfront Day sails in Sunday

Waterfront Day sails in Sunday

The Port Angeles waterfront will be on display during the second annual Waterfront Day from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Waterfront Day… Continue reading

Waterfront Day sails in Sunday
Ken Dubuc

Medic 1 fee hike for new emergency personnel approved in Port Angeles

Would you rather pay higher fire insurance rates on your home and get nothing or a higher Medic 1 fee for emergency… Continue reading

Ken Dubuc

Forks mayor post among races developing in Clallam County

A race for Forks mayor has surfaced for the Nov. 7 general election as candidate filing week passed its midpoint Wednesday. Tim… Continue reading

Click It or Ticket campaign starts Monday on Olympic Peninsula

The national “Click It or Ticket” seat belt enforcement campaign starts across the Peninsula on Monday and lasts through June 4, concurrent with Memorial Day… Continue reading

Port Angeles ceremony Friday to honor fallen law enforcement officers

A ceremony will be held in Port Angeles on Friday in honor of fallen law enforcement officers. The National Peace Officers Memorial… Continue reading

Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild donates money to medical community

Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild donates money to medical community

The Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild donated $27,000 to medical and health organizations at its annual fundraiser luncheon.… Continue reading

Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild donates money to medical community
Two-vehicle wreck in Port Angeles sends drivers to hospital

Two-vehicle wreck in Port Angeles sends drivers to hospital

A wreck in Port Angeles sent two drivers to Olympic Medical Center on Wednesday, after police say one didn’t comply with a… Continue reading

Two-vehicle wreck in Port Angeles sends drivers to hospital

LETTER: We, owners of SugarPuss, apologize if our ‘found’ posters offended

I appreciate everyone who was concerned for the safety of our cat, SugarPuss, when she was lost for over five weeks. As our classified ad… Continue reading

Port Angeles rape trial expected to be delayed for second time

A Port Angeles man accused of raping an unconscious woman last summer is expected to get a new trial date for the… Continue reading

Clallam County awards $3.07 million bid for McDonald Creek bridge

Clallam County awards $3.07 million bid for McDonald Creek bridge

Clallam County has awarded a bid to a Tacoma contractor to replace the narrow Old Olympic Highway bridge over McDonald Creek. Commissioners… Continue reading

Clallam County awards $3.07 million bid for McDonald Creek bridge

Primary race shapes up in Clallam County

Candidate filing week for the Nov. 7 general election continued Tuesday as the first Aug. 1 primary election emerged and the first… Continue reading

Rialto Beach access to close starting today as park works on Mora Road repairs

Access to Rialto Beach in Olympic National Park will be temporarily closed for up to six weeks starting today — with… Continue reading