Clallam County

LETTER: View the election as a means to come together, not engender division

If we see the election in terms of winners and losers, we miss the point of how a representative democracy is designed to work. Elected… Continue reading

National forest Christmas tree permits on sale Monday

National Forest Service Christmas tree permits go on sale Monday — but fourth-graders can get a permit for their families for… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Coast Guard to continue training exercises today at Port Townsend ferry terminal … and other items

Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound will continue training exercises, which may include the use of blank ammunition, at the Port Townsend ferry… Continue reading

No charges in Port Angeles homeless camp incident; prosecutor cites inconsistent accounts

Inconsistent accounts were among the reasons that prosecutors decided not to file charges against three Port Angeles men accused of brandishing handguns… Continue reading

Second Annual ‘O’Tannenbaum Auction coming up

Tickets are on sale now for Olympic Theatre Arts’ second annual O’Tannenbaum Auction fundraiser Nov. 17-19. Proceeds from all events will benefit OTA,… Continue reading

Sequim City Band to host Navy Band Northwest musicians today

Sequim City Band to host Navy Band Northwest musicians today

The Sequim City Band will present “Viva Italia!,” a concert highlighting the music of Italy, today. This free event, the first indoor… Continue reading

Sequim City Band to host Navy Band Northwest musicians today

EYE ON CLALLAM: County to conduct public hearing on a code affecting agricultural uses

The three Clallam County commissioners will conduct a public hearing on a code amendment for critical areas to regulate new and existing agricultural uses when… Continue reading

Beaver-area man killed in police standoff at trailer

A 59-year-old man was shot and killed late Friday afternoon during a standoff with two law enforcement officers at Lake Pleasant Mobile Home… Continue reading

Sequim City Band hosts Navy Band NW musicians on Sunday

Sequim City Band hosts Navy Band NW musicians on Sunday

The Sequim City Band will present “Viva Italia!”, a concert highlighting the music of Italy, on Sunday. This free event, the first indoor… Continue reading

Sequim City Band hosts Navy Band NW musicians on Sunday
ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: First Friday Lecture set for tonight … and other items

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: First Friday Lecture set for tonight … and other items

The Jefferson Museum of Art & History, 540 Water St., will host Rod Freeman as the keynote speaker of the First Friday… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: First Friday Lecture set for tonight … and other items
Group gathers at Elwha River for pipeline protest

Group gathers at Elwha River for pipeline protest

Prayers and songs rang out over the mouth of the Elwha River on Thursday as a group of about 60 people gathered… Continue reading

Group gathers at Elwha River for pipeline protest

Neupert war chest four times larger than Coughenour in Clallam Superior Court race

Challenger Dave Neupert has raised nearly four times as much as his opponent, sitting Judge Brian Coughenour, in his quest to become… Continue reading

Case of disrupting Port Angeles homeless camp referred to Prosecuting Attorney’s Office

The names of three Port Angeles men have been referred to the Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for possible weapons-related charges centered… Continue reading

Mental health evaluation slated before Thanksgiving for alleged bus assailant

Mental health evaluation slated before Thanksgiving for alleged bus assailant

A Port Angeles man who pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to a series of violent assaults will be evaluated at… Continue reading

Mental health evaluation slated before Thanksgiving for alleged bus assailant

Wilderness legacy of Teddy Roosevelt topic of free discussions this weekend

Educator and conservationist Scott Woodward, a lecturer with the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau, will lead free discussions on the wilderness legacy of Theodore Roosevelt today… Continue reading

Bazaar options range across Peninsula

Bazaar options range across Peninsula

Halloween is over, the air is wet with autumn rain and on the North Olympic Peninsula, the Christmas season has already begun. A number of… Continue reading

Bazaar options range across Peninsula
Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest

Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest

Aspiring authors of all ages — from elementary students to older adults — are invited to submit their best poems and stories… Continue reading

Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest
A cornucopia of art: Sequim Art Walk features artists, live music tonight

A cornucopia of art: Sequim Art Walk features artists, live music tonight

A cornucopia of autumn-themed art will be on display this evening during First Friday Art walk, with artists on hand to greet the… Continue reading

A cornucopia of art: Sequim Art Walk features artists, live music tonight

Almost 44 percent return ballots in Clallam County

Nearly 44 percent of registered voters in Clallam County have returned ballots in the Nov. 8 general election. The Clallam County Auditor’s… Continue reading

Clallam County seeks volunteers for advisory panels

Clallam County commissioners are seeking volunteers to fill 79 vacancies on 20 advisory boards and committees. The deadline to apply is the… Continue reading