Clallam County

Clallam County opens bids for McDonald Creek bridge replacement

Clallam County opens bids for McDonald Creek bridge replacement

Clallam County commissioners on Tuesday opened seven bids from Western Washington contractors vying to replace the aging Old Olympic Highway bridge over… Continue reading

Clallam County opens bids for McDonald Creek bridge replacement
Man seen on video camera stealing $700 from Sequim VFW

Man seen on video camera stealing $700 from Sequim VFW

Sequim’s Veterans of Foreign War Post 4760 was the victim of theft again Sunday. Brittany Mathis,… Continue reading

Man seen on video camera stealing $700 from Sequim VFW
Port Angeles paraeducators calling for pay increase

Port Angeles paraeducators calling for pay increase

Port Angeles School District paraeducators have been at a standstill with the district throughout the school year over what their wage should… Continue reading

Port Angeles paraeducators calling for pay increase
Benjamin Bonner

Attorney says Bainbridge man will plead not guilty to causing death of Sequim woman

The Bainbridge High School student who authorities say confessed to killing a 71-year-old Sequim-area children’s advocate last week will plead not guilty… Continue reading

Benjamin Bonner
Sequim Irrigation Festival’s grand finale wraps this weekend

Sequim Irrigation Festival’s grand finale wraps this weekend

Competitions of strength and skill, fireworks and a 105-piece parade will be highlights of the 122nd Sequim Irrigation Festival grand finale this weekend.… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival’s grand finale wraps this weekend
Wearable Art Show donned this weekend in Port Townsend

Wearable Art Show donned this weekend in Port Townsend

This year’s Port Townsend Wearable Art Show will feature 48 creations by 40 artists that will take the stage Saturday for the… Continue reading

Wearable Art Show donned this weekend in Port Townsend
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Quake near Whidbey Island felt on Peninsula

A swarm of earthquakes reported as peppering the Puget Sound region over the past few days was punctuated by a low-key 3.4-magnitude… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Boulder Creek Trail work to begin Monday

Access to the area above Glines Canyon overlook on Olympic Hot Springs Road will be closed beginning Monday. The area will… Continue reading

Coast Guard says state ferries must add more life rafts

By David Gutman The Seattle Times Washington State Ferries will spend $5 million over the next 2½ years to buy 70 new life rafts for… Continue reading

Ferry MV Coho to add sailings Thursday

Ferry MV Coho to add sailings Thursday

The MV Coho ferry will add a third round-trip sailing between Port Angeles and Victoria on Thursday. The iconic ferry will leave… Continue reading

Ferry MV Coho to add sailings Thursday

Lead intern to speak on effects of harvesting timber

The lead intern on the Long Term Ecosystem Productivity Site at the Olympic State Experimental Forest will present an update on the project… Continue reading

Clallam residents turn in more than 100 pounds of drugs on Drug Take Back Day

Clallam County residents turned over more than 100 pounds of prescription drugs during the most recent National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.… Continue reading

Blooms enhance copper show on Mother’s Day weekend

Art in Bloom, a special pop-up event at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, will provide a colorful, scented and textural counterpoint… Continue reading

Entries sought for college video festival

Current and former Peninsula College students are encouraged to submit their video work for the fourth annual Moving Pictures Festival. The submission… Continue reading

Guitarist to complete Music Live with Lunch’s season

Guitarist to complete Music Live with Lunch’s season

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s final concert of the season for Music Live with Lunch will feature Atlanta native Winston McFarlane at noon Tuesday.… Continue reading

Guitarist to complete Music Live with Lunch’s season

Have a tale to tell? Inaugural Story Slam hopes you’ll go ‘Crossing the Line’

You’ve got five minutes. And you’ve a juicy story from your life. Time to slam. The North Olympic Peninsula’s first-ever International Story Slam… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Thank and God bless teachers, for they light the way

BRACE YOURSELF: JUNE is coming quickly, and June means the end of another school year. But before the last bell rings, let’s take a minute… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s a more accurate count of how many attended Climate March

Please be advised that the attendance of the April 29 People’s Climate March and rally in Port Angeles was, by count, over 600 people [“Over… Continue reading

LETTER: Thank you, Ron Jones, for the gift of music you’ve given us over the years

Port Angeles High School orchestra teacher Ron Jones will be missed [“Retiring Port Angeles High School Music Teacher Grew Program,” PDN May 7]. The measure… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System librarians Danielle Gayman and Sarah Morrison will offer a workshop about Media Literacy on Thursday night.

Librarians to lead workshop on media literacy

Media Literacy, a free two-hour workshop, is set at the Port Angeles Library at 6 p.m. Thursday. Librarians Danielle Gayman and Sarah… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System librarians Danielle Gayman and Sarah Morrison will offer a workshop about Media Literacy on Thursday night.