Clallam County

Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from Sequim VFW post

Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from Sequim VFW post

Charges against a Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from the Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4760 are expected to… Continue reading

Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from Sequim VFW post

Quick work by Makah tribal members saves tons of halibut from wreck

Thirteen tons of newly caught halibut worth more than $200,000 were successfully retrieved by Makah tribal members Monday from a stranded refrigerated… Continue reading

Alice Derry selected as Peninsula College Writer-in-Residence

Alice Derry selected as Peninsula College Writer-in-Residence

Poet Alice Derry is Peninsula College’s 17th Writer-in-Residence and will be featured in presentations in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Forks beginning… Continue reading

Alice Derry selected as Peninsula College Writer-in-Residence

Clallam gives green light to housing authority grant

After months of discussion, Clallam County has approved an infrastructure grant to the Peninsula Housing Authority to support the expansion of the… Continue reading

Octet of authors to share works, sign books at Sequim event

Octet of authors to share works, sign books at Sequim event

Olympic Peninsula Authors will offer humor, warfare, inspiration, romance and murder from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday at the Sequim Library. The free… Continue reading

Octet of authors to share works, sign books at Sequim event

Native American Culture Fair spotlights traditions Thursday

The third annual Native American Culture Fair, “Honoring Our Medicine,” will focus on traditional plants and medicines from 10 a.m. to noon… Continue reading

Sequim’s Student Film Festival premieres nine movies Friday night

Sequim’s Student Film Festival premieres nine movies Friday night

Students in Sequim Middle and High schools have created nine films for the 12th annual Student Film Festival and Art Show on Friday.… Continue reading

Sequim’s Student Film Festival premieres nine movies Friday night
Greywolf delves ‘Into the Woods’ for two nights this week

Greywolf delves ‘Into the Woods’ for two nights this week

Greywolf Elementary School’s drama team brings the stage musical “Into the Woods” to Sequim for two performances this week. The show begins at… Continue reading

Greywolf delves ‘Into the Woods’ for two nights this week

LETTER: Let’s keep it civil in those letters to the editor

The two letters to Peninsula Voices in the April 2 Peninsula Daily News, “Ireland critic” and “Fat rats,” displayed a judgmental and offensive tone. These… Continue reading

LETTER: Rep. Chapman should elaborate on recent comment about ‘voluntary tax’

The April 10 Peninsula Daily News’ “Eye on Olympia” feature, “Progress Slows On State Budget, Schools Funding,” includes a comment by 24th District Rep. Mike… Continue reading

LETTER: U.S. democracy hangs by a thread thanks to Electoral College inequality

It should be apparent that the institution of electoral politics known as the Electoral College is not only obsolete but a threat to American democracy.… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: There’s ‘gold’ in them thar ditches

THEY SAY AMERICA is a country divided and exploited by plundering gangs of panty-grabbing politicians eternally enthroned by an apathetic population of unregistered voters who… Continue reading

Peninsula students headed to Houston for robotics contest

Peninsula students headed to Houston for robotics contest

Two North Olympic Peninsula robotics teams will compete in an international contest in Houston starting Wednesday, where they will work with and… Continue reading

Peninsula students headed to Houston for robotics contest

Lawyer: Little money involved in Trump sanctuary order

President Donald Trump’s executive order withholding funding from communities that limit cooperation with immigration authorities applies… Continue reading

Port Angeles man pleads guilty to indecent liberties, kidnapping

Port Angeles man pleads guilty to indecent liberties, kidnapping

A 27-year-old Port Angeles man who was charged with kidnapping and raping a woman at knifepoint over the summer pleaded guilty Monday… Continue reading

Port Angeles man pleads guilty to indecent liberties, kidnapping
Prosecutor: Suspect in Washington mall shooting found dead

Prosecutor: Suspect in Washington mall shooting found dead

A man charged with killing five people at a mall in Washington state last year was found… Continue reading

Prosecutor: Suspect in Washington mall shooting found dead

NEWS BRIEFS: Applicants sought for commission … and other items

The city is currently seeking applicants to fill the Civil Service Commission. The commission investigates concerns and reports on all matters relating… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Rainforest Arts Center celebration in Forks
WEST END NEIGHBOR: Rainforest Arts Center celebration in Forks
State lawmakers struggle to finish work on time

State lawmakers struggle to finish work on time

State lawmakers are no closer to a budget deal as they close in on the end… Continue reading

State lawmakers struggle to finish work on time

Truck hauling halibut goes off road near Neah Bay

A tractor trailer loaded with halibut went off the the road and into a ditch Monday on state Highway 112 just after… Continue reading