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LETTER: Vote Ron Richards to balance out Clallam commissioners
We need someone who understands our fishing industry and can handle issues brought up by the county treasurer.
Pickle products to make a ‘Splash’ at Sequim Farmers Market
Mrs. Vinegar, aka Betsy Wharton of the Clallam Canning Co., is taking a field trip to the market next Saturday, Oct. 8.
Sequim veterinarian wins environmental award
Dr. Pete Schroeder was given the Eleanor Stopps Award for helping to protect the marine environment of the Salish Sea.
State Legislature hopefuls disagree on school funding, other issues at forum
While both men said funding public schools is a priority, they disagreed on ways to provide the money.
Three agencies work to rescue injured hiker
Reed Finrock of Sequim had tripped, pulled his hamstring and was unable to walk out on his own, the Clallam Sheriff’s Office said.
Sequim police dog Chase calls it a career
The police chief said he anticipates donations will pay for a new canine.
Communication is biggest lesson from mass-rescue drill near Port Angeles
The Coast Guard worked with local agencies and Canadian first responders to simulate rescuing 60 people from the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Clallam treasurer raises spending, personnel concerns
County commissioners suggest executive session as appropriate venue
Port of Port Angeles gets green light from state to move ahead with $2 million washdown facility
State Environmental Policy Act review comes to determination of non-significance.
3 Crabs restoration project set for November completion
The North Olympic Salmon Coalition says a project to restore habitat and improve ecological functions in the 3 Crabs Road area is on schedule for a November completion.
County treasurer to discuss ‘real problem’ today
The focus will be on financial operations and security policy, changes to veterans assistance policy and budgeting and spending processes.
“By Us” at Port Townsend Film Festival details struggles of local small businesses
The Ron Colby film focuses on the city and the surrounding communities and features many local businesses.
Logger, television star, father, coach remembered at service
Over 300 pack church to grieve and share best memories.
Noise pollution in the sea topic of film tonight in Port Angeles
The film will be shown at 7 p.m. Friday at the Peninsula College Little Theater in Port Angeles.
Kinetic skulptures to race through Port Townsend
34th annual race to feature human-powered kooky creations that move.
Mass casualty marine rescue drill challenged agencies
The drill tested American and Canadian agencies’ abilities to work together in an emergency.
Memorial concert to be a tribute to Peninsula’s music man
Dewey Ehling died Aug. 7 of pneumonia at the age of 87.
Port of Port Angeles audit finds improvements, need for more oversight of federal money
According to the report, the port didn’t properly document how much time staff specifically spent working on federally funded projects.
Port Angeles burglar faces charges in Forks, Joyce break-ins
Sean Vince Della, 28, is set to be arraigned today in connection with a burglary at the Blackberry Cafe.
State Patrol investigating Mora Road wreck in Forks
Two juvenile passengers were injured; one was airlifted to a Seattle hospital.