Clallam County

Port Angeles crews working to repair failed water mains

City crews are working to repair two water mains in the city today after they failed late Monday night. The 8 inch… Continue reading

Employee earns expert certification

Andrea Gilles of Professional Real Estate of Sequim recently earned the title of certified negotiation expert. She earned her certification through Real Estate… Continue reading

LETTER: Peter Thiel’s devotion to America is suspect

Even some members of President Donald Trump’s inner-circle of Republican billionaires are looking at the possibility of using Plan B. And I don’t mean using… Continue reading

Tree removal to close Highway 101 at Lake Crescent for an hour Tuesday

A one-hour closure of U.S. Highway 101 along Lake Crescent is set to start at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. The closure at milepost… Continue reading

Clallam Transit general manager submits resignation papers

Clallam Transit general manager submits resignation papers

Wendy Clark-Getzin plans to resign as Clallam Transit’s general manager, she said Friday. Clark-Getzin, who was hired as the agency’s top executive… Continue reading

Clallam Transit general manager submits resignation papers

PAT NEAL: The best April Fools’ joke ever

APRIL FOOLS’ DAY must be my favorite holiday. It’s on April 1, which makes it easy to remember. As we get ready for the big… Continue reading

Jim Moran

Former chamber board president announces he will run for Port Angeles City Council

A former board president of the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce last week became the first declared candidate for one of… Continue reading

Jim Moran

State Senate’s capital budget has $9.9 million for 24th District projects

The state Senate’s proposed capital construction budget allocates $9.9 million to projects in the 24th Legislative District, including a number of recreation… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: Progress slows on state budget, schools funding

With just 13 days left in this legislative session, progress seems to have slowed as negotiations continue on a biennial budget and a… Continue reading

What Home Means to Me posters on view in Port Angeles

Posters by third-grade students on the theme of “What My Home Means to Me” are on display at businesses through April 17.… Continue reading

Tickets on sale now for Kiwanis dinner, auction

Tickets are available now for the Kiwanis Spring Dinner &Auction at 7 Cedars Casino on May 6. The event, which will begin at… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Volunteer training set for refuge … and other items

The Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge will hold its annual new volunteer training from 8 p.m. to noon Friday in the Sequim Prairie Grange… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Flight operations set for this week … and other items

Field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island are scheduled to occur at the outlying field in… Continue reading

Jake Oppelt

Contested race shapes up for Port Angeles City Council election

The first contested race for a Port Angeles City Council position has emerged with the approach of filing week for the Nov.… Continue reading

Jake Oppelt
Health study ranks counties: Jefferson No. 4 for health outcomes, Clallam No. 21

Health study ranks counties: Jefferson No. 4 for health outcomes, Clallam No. 21

Jefferson County remains in the state’s upper echelon for overall health, a national study suggests. Clallam County was just below the state… Continue reading

Health study ranks counties: Jefferson No. 4 for health outcomes, Clallam No. 21
Travis Berglund

Financial adviser to seek seat on Port Angeles City Council

A critic of the current Port Angeles City Council has declared his intention to run for election to the panel. Financial adviser… Continue reading

Travis Berglund
Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin

Attorney announces candidacy for Port Angeles council seat

A public-interest lawyer has announced his candidacy for the four-year Port Angeles City Council Position 3 seat held by Mayor Patrick Downie,… Continue reading

Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin
Sequim High School graduate in ‘Flip or Flop’ spin-off

Sequim High School graduate in ‘Flip or Flop’ spin-off

A Sequim High School graduate and his family will soon star in one of the most popular cable television shows in home improvement… Continue reading

Sequim High School graduate in ‘Flip or Flop’ spin-off
County fairs fight for funds

County fairs fight for funds

PORT TOWNSEND —The state operating budget proposed by the House of Representatives strips funds from county fairs for the 2018 and 2019 seasons and residents… Continue reading

County fairs fight for funds
Wind slams east, west Peninsula; most power restored Saturday

Wind slams east, west Peninsula; most power restored Saturday

Most of the at least 2,300 North Olympic Peninsula electrical customers who lost power Friday because of high winds were back on the grid by… Continue reading

Wind slams east, west Peninsula; most power restored Saturday