Clallam County

Two Seattle officers shot after robbery; 1 suspect dead

Two Seattle officers shot after robbery; 1 suspect dead

Two Seattle police officers were shot and injured Thursday while responding to a robbery… Continue reading

Two Seattle officers shot after robbery; 1 suspect dead

LETTER: We can take control of the country’s future if we have the will

We need to stop being distracted by a narcissistic president and a continuing-to-do-nothing Congress. We need to take a more active role in the direction… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: North Olympic Peninsula projects in House capital budget

EYE ON OLYMPIA: North Olympic Peninsula projects in House capital budget

On a bipartisan vote of 95-2, the state House of Representatives passed a state construction budget that includes a $1.8 billion investment in… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: North Olympic Peninsula projects in House capital budget

Port Angeles sales tax increase to appear on Aug. 1 ballot

The Aug. 1 primary ballot has its first contestant: a sales tax increase. The Port Angeles Transportation Benefit District board, which consists… Continue reading

Stats: Opioid overdoses in Clallam County still in decline

Reported opioid overdoses in Clallam County continue to decline, according to the most recent statistics released by Clallam County Health and Human… Continue reading

Chamberlin gets community service for illegal shotgun

Chamberlin gets community service for illegal shotgun

The former administrator of a Facebook group that targeted alleged criminals has been sentenced to community service for unlawful possession of an… Continue reading

Chamberlin gets community service for illegal shotgun
Poet Laureate Tod Marshall will hold a poetry reading in Forks and a poetry hike and workshop near Port Angeles.

State poet laureate visits this weekend

Washington’s poet laureate will visit Forks and Port Angeles this weekend. Tod Marshall, the 2016-18 Washington State Poet Laureate, will read from his most recent… Continue reading

Poet Laureate Tod Marshall will hold a poetry reading in Forks and a poetry hike and workshop near Port Angeles.

Employees recognized with awards

Two Clallam Bay Corrections Center employees were recently awarded with the Department of Corrections’ annual agency awards. The awards recognize the employee’s work… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Sons of Norway to host benefit bake sale Saturday in Port Angeles … and other items

The Sons of Norway will hold a bake sale and luncheon from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The bake sale will… Continue reading

Landowners, restoration workers aim to improve health of Dungeness River

Landowners, restoration workers aim to improve health of Dungeness River

Landowners living along the Dungeness River are working with restoration crews to improve the health of… Continue reading

Landowners, restoration workers aim to improve health of Dungeness River
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