Clallam County

In mutation of classic and modern, circus sideshow planned Thursday in Port Townsend

In mutation of classic and modern, circus sideshow planned Thursday in Port Townsend

The Hilltop Tavern will host the Squidling Bros., a Philadelphia-based circus sideshow act, and the Caravan of Creeps on Thursday night for… Continue reading

In mutation of classic and modern, circus sideshow planned Thursday in Port Townsend

Student journalists to speak on First Amendment

Student journalists will present a program on the First Amendment on Thursday. The journalists will speak at the Studium Generale at 12:30… Continue reading

Labor & Industries office moving from Port Angeles to Sequim

Labor & Industries office moving from Port Angeles to Sequim

After more than 32 years in Port Angeles, the state’s Labor &Industries field office for Clallam… Continue reading

Labor & Industries office moving from Port Angeles to Sequim
Bruce Erlwein

Second contest emerges for Port Angeles City Council seat

A second contested race has emerged for one of four open Port Angeles City Council positions. Port Angeles native and 12-year Navy… Continue reading

Bruce Erlwein
Sequim plans activities for Bike Everywhere Month

Sequim plans activities for Bike Everywhere Month

The Sequim Bicycle Alliance is among the groups planning to celebrate the national Bike Everywhere Month… Continue reading

Sequim plans activities for Bike Everywhere Month

Port Angeles Council vote puts second-class city, fluoride questions on ballot

The Port Angeles City Council approved a Nov. 7 general election ballot resolution Tuesday which would ask voters to revert city government… Continue reading

LETTER: PDN’s coverage severely lacking on breadth of Celebration of Science event

On Earth Day, April 22, I took part in a wonderful Celebration of Science on the Port Angeles waterfront. An all-volunteer, free event, it featured… Continue reading

LETTER: Two simple questions for participants of the Port Angeles climate march

Question No. 1: Of the over 400 marchers in the People’s Climate on March April 29 in Port Angeles, how many drove a fossil fuel… Continue reading

PA Ambassadors cut ribbon for several businesses

The Port Angeles Ambassadors recently held ribbon-cuttings for local businesses. The ribbon-cuttings were held for Studio 360, Fast Burrito and Sparket R&R.… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Green crab Dungeness’ newest tormenter

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news for our environment. The recent discovery of “invasive” European green crabs (“European Green Crab Found In Dungeness… Continue reading

Everyday heroes: Volunteers honored with community service awards

Everyday heroes: Volunteers honored with community service awards

Eight everyday heroes were honored last week for working behind the scenes to make Clallam County a better place to live. Volunteers… Continue reading

Everyday heroes: Volunteers honored with community service awards
Smoke detectors that talk offered free to Clallam Fire District No. 2 residents

Smoke detectors that talk offered free to Clallam Fire District No. 2 residents

Free, talking smoke and carbon monoxide alarms — freely installed as well — are available from Clallam Fire District No. 2 to… Continue reading

Smoke detectors that talk offered free to Clallam Fire District No. 2 residents
Big May day crowds in Seattle, Portland

Big May day crowds in Seattle, Portland

Chanting “Stand up, fight back,” hundreds of people marched through downtown Seattle Monday to… Continue reading

Big May day crowds in Seattle, Portland

LETTER: It’s time to get up to speed on science

Over the past two weekends our community has had the opportunity to receive the teachings of science and to express our concerns about growing carbon… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Clallam PUD offices closed Wednesday … and other items

The Clallam County Public Utility District’s offices will be closed Wednesday for an all-employee meeting. The offices will reopen Thursday morning, according to… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: A story to tell under the ashes

WEST END NEIGHBOR: A story to tell under the ashes

THERE ARE TIMES when setting something ablaze seems like a good solution. Flames also draw people’s attention. So when Sandy Floe decided to set fire… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: A story to tell under the ashes
New disc golf course near Blyn expected to open early summer

New disc golf course near Blyn expected to open early summer

Players will be greeted by sweeping views of the Olympic Mountains from the first tee box when the Rainshadow Disc Golf Course lives… Continue reading

New disc golf course near Blyn expected to open early summer

EYE ON OLYMPIA: Bill attempts to break deadlock

The state Legislature officially started a special session last Monday but there hasn’t been much of the expected negotiations about funding public education… Continue reading

United Way to celebrate on Thursday

United Way of Clallam County board members and staff will thank donors for contributing more than $796,000 at its annual campaign celebration… Continue reading

Robotic fruit pickers eyed for state’s fruit orchards

Robotic fruit pickers eyed for state’s fruit orchards

Harvesting Washington state’s vast fruit orchards each year requires thousands of farm workers, and many of… Continue reading

Robotic fruit pickers eyed for state’s fruit orchards