Clallam County

Gravity makes waves at Port Angeles Library

Gravitational waves arriving at Earth from the far reaches of the universe tell the story of a cataclysmic event. More about this… Continue reading

HELP LINE: In face of dementias, check for compassionate allowances

maybe the kids are gone, maybe they’re not — and these days,… Continue reading

LETTER: I was blown away by the patriotism on display at Sequim Irrigation Fest parade

I would like to respond to the May 17 letter, “Parade complaint,” on what the writer said was a lack of a color guard in… Continue reading

LETTER: John Adams’ missive on ‘wise and honest Men’ something to think about

I would like to share with our Peninsula Daily News readers a brief but very important historic item. On Nov. 2, 1800, on President John… Continue reading

LETTER: Port Angeles skills center’s likely closing a huge disappointment

As a retired teacher, I am so disappointed that the area I now live in does not care enough about the children who are not… Continue reading

LETTER: Where were the town representatives in Sequim festival’s Grand Parade?

I have to agree with the May 17 letters writer [“Parade complaint”] about his comments regarding the May 13 Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade. But… Continue reading

Navy flare found west of the Elwha River mouth

Navy flare found west of the Elwha River mouth

Army personnel disposed of a Navy flare found west of the Elwha River mouth Friday, the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies… Continue reading

Navy flare found west of the Elwha River mouth

NEWS BRIEFS: Field carrier landing practice scheduled this week in Coupeville … 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

A Puget Sound Pilots boat pulls alongside the SS Pacific Tracker as it sails into the Salish Sea on Thursday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

ON THE WATERFRONT: Waterfront Day sails in to Port Angeles today

THE SECOND ANNUAL Waterfront Day in Port Angeles is today from noon until 4 p.m. There have been some changes to the original venues because… Continue reading

A Puget Sound Pilots boat pulls alongside the SS Pacific Tracker as it sails into the Salish Sea on Thursday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula College to celebrate grand opening of new building on Monday

Peninsula College to celebrate grand opening of new building on Monday

Peninsula College will celebrate the grand opening of its new $25.6 million Allied Health and Early Childhood Education Building, located on the… Continue reading

Peninsula College to celebrate grand opening of new building on Monday
TRACK: Area athletes qualify for state

TRACK: Area athletes qualify for state

Forks’ Cole Baysinger won the discus at the District 4 Track and Field Championships and will be going to the State 1A meet… Continue reading

TRACK: Area athletes qualify for state

EYE ON CLALLAM: County to revisit vacation rental/B&B regulations

The three Clallam County commissioners will review a draft ordinance regulating vacation rentals and bed-and-breakfast inns Monday. The work session will begin at 9 a.m.… Continue reading

Port Angeles police search for armed robber

Port Angeles police search for armed robber

Police on Saturday were searching for an armed man who reportedly robbed The Daily Grind espresso stand Friday afternoon and fled into… Continue reading

Port Angeles police search for armed robber

Port Angeles police search for hit-and-run driver

Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run collision at Pine and W. 16th streets Friday night.… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center in Port Angeles likely to close

North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center in Port Angeles likely to close

This is likely to be the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center’s last year, leaving staff and students distraught and not knowing what… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center in Port Angeles likely to close
Quacking up: Rubber ducks to float to victory on Sunday

Quacking up: Rubber ducks to float to victory on Sunday

Volunteers are preparing for the 28th annual North Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby on Sunday. During the derby, some 30,000 rubber ducks will… Continue reading

Quacking up: Rubber ducks to float to victory on Sunday

Brazilian concert, ‘plow-in’ among upcoming week’s offerings

A Brazilian violin concert, a “plow-in,” a trail-sharing event and several square dances are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is… Continue reading

Dave Edwards of Port Angeles, left, and Vic Whitehead of Forks burn rubber to the starting line during a West End Thunder race last season. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

West End Thunder revs up for season opener in Forks this weekend

West End Thunder’s annual season opener will roar at Forks Municipal Airport on Saturday and Sunday. A Show and Shine of rebuilt vehicles,… Continue reading

Dave Edwards of Port Angeles, left, and Vic Whitehead of Forks burn rubber to the starting line during a West End Thunder race last season. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
Joyce native plans to move business to Port Angeles; predicts 100 local jobs over 5 years

Joyce native plans to move business to Port Angeles; predicts 100 local jobs over 5 years

A Joyce native plans to bring his business — which designs advanced cooling systems for military sensors and lasers — to Port… Continue reading

Joyce native plans to move business to Port Angeles; predicts 100 local jobs over 5 years