Clallam County

Port Angeles council to consider calling for court ruling on petition for second-city vote

Port Angeles council to consider calling for court ruling on petition for second-city vote

A Nov. 7 ballot measure advocated by water fluoridation foes is so fraught with questions that its legality should be decided by… Continue reading

Port Angeles council to consider calling for court ruling on petition for second-city vote

Second evaluation set for alleged knife assailant

A Port Angeles man charged with stabbing a roommate in the abdomen last April is scheduled to have a mental health evaluation… Continue reading

Sequim residents, businesses step up to help out community

Sequim residents, businesses step up to help out community

Sequim residents and local businesses are stepping up to giving back to the community. Skunkworks Auto… Continue reading

Sequim residents, businesses step up to help out community

State to perform out-of-cycle review of Clallam County election procedures

The state Secretary of State’s Office has agreed to perform an out-of-cycle review of Clallam County election procedures in the wake of… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: Port Angeles to consider Transportation Benefit District

Port Angeles City Council members will consider forming a tax-supported Transportation Benefit District to fund city road repairs and will discuss a proposed second-class-city ballot… Continue reading

Clallam County jail inmate tries to kill himself

A Clallam County jail inmate was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center after attempting suicide this afternoon by hanging himself with his jail… Continue reading

Spending authority OK’d for Port Angeles pool design

Spending authority OK’d for Port Angeles pool design

Clallam County has adjusted its budget for a grant that would help fund the design of an expanded William Shore Memorial Pool.… Continue reading

Spending authority OK’d for Port Angeles pool design
Above-average Olympic snowpack holding firm as spring begins

Above-average Olympic snowpack holding firm as spring begins

An above-average winter snowpack is holding firm in the Olympic Mountains, a water supply specialist said. Olympic snowpack was 112 percent of… Continue reading

Above-average Olympic snowpack holding firm as spring begins
Port Angeles business association hears criticism of needle exchange program

Port Angeles business association hears criticism of needle exchange program

Clallam County’s Syringe Exchange Program needs some work, Susan Hillgren, executive director of The Answer for Youth, said during a Port Angeles… Continue reading

Port Angeles business association hears criticism of needle exchange program

Sequim man accused of trafficking large amounts of heroin and meth

EDITOR’S NOTE: A photograph published online between 11:38 a.m. and 1:51 p.m. Tuesday in connection with this story was taken down when law enforcement corrected… Continue reading

Clallam to hold second hearing on spending authority for infrastructure

Clallam County commissioners will conduct a second public hearing to consider spending authority for an infrastructure project in Port Angeles. Commissioners voted… Continue reading

Pennies for Quarters finds property for tiny homes community to help vets

Pennies for Quarters finds property for tiny homes community to help vets

An organization aiming to help homeless veterans get back onto their feet has found a 22-acre property in Port Angeles on which… Continue reading

Pennies for Quarters finds property for tiny homes community to help vets

Port Angeles police urge locked doors after Sunday crime spree

The Port Angeles Police Department is urging residents to lock their doors after a woman allegedly walked into several unlocked homes early… Continue reading

Port Angeles School Board approves action on Monroe School site demolition

The Port Angeles School District is moving ahead on demolition of the shuttered Monroe School property. Board members approved Thursday the Monroe… Continue reading

Port Angeles police identify man found dead in water at Boat Haven

Police have identified Christopher William Dwyer as the man whose body was found floating Wednesday in the waters of East Boat Haven… Continue reading

Armstrong Marine to develop curriculum to expand business, jobs

Armstrong Marine Inc. has received a $123,000 grant to help train certified aluminum welders to expand its business, the state Department of… Continue reading

Donation of $63,276 to Olympic Medical Center announced

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation has announced a donation of $63,276 to Olympic Medical Center. Foundation Executive Director Bruce Skinner told hospital… Continue reading

Parenting Matters chooses new director

Parenting Matters chooses new director

Nicole Brewer is the new executive director of the Parenting Matters Foundation. She succeeds founding Executive Director Cynthia Martin, who has retired from… Continue reading

Parenting Matters chooses new director

Steelhead studied at Evening Talk in Forks tonight

Research scientist Mara Zimmerman will present information on steelhead research during an Evening Talk at the Olympic Natural Resources Center at 7 tonight.… Continue reading

Immigration agents round up 84 in Alaska, Washington, Oregon

Immigration agents rounded up 84 people — including 60 with criminal records — during a three-day operation… Continue reading