Clallam County

Ecology to offer update on Port Angeles Harbor cleanup at Tuesday open house

Representatives of the state Department of Ecology will talk about the status of the Port Angeles Harbor cleanup at a public open… Continue reading

Fueled by Trump order, Interior identifies 27 monuments for possible end to protections

Fueled by Trump order, Interior identifies 27 monuments for possible end to protections

The Interior Department has identified 27 national monuments, mostly in Western states, that it is reviewing for possible changes to the protections created… Continue reading

Fueled by Trump order, Interior identifies 27 monuments for possible end to protections

All-City String Review to show off skills of 600 Port Angeles students Thursday

The All-City String Review, the 41st all-district strings concert, is scheduled Thursday. The free concert by more than 600 PASD students will… Continue reading

LETTER: Who is Trump fooling with questionable, morally dubious tactics?

Trump has indeed drained the political swamp but turned it into a quagmire full of nepotism and antagonistic insiders. His son-in-law, Jared Kushner, with no… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts’ final production of season set

Olympic Theatre Arts’ final production of the 2016-17 season will open Friday, June 9. The play, titled “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and… Continue reading

More invasive green crabs found on Dungeness Spit

More invasive green crabs found on Dungeness Spit

Washington Sea Grant’s Crab Team has captured seven more green crabs on the Dungeness Spit since 13 of the invasive European green crabs… Continue reading

More invasive green crabs found on Dungeness Spit

ANDREW MAY: Here’s a baker’s dozen ways to prettify your yard

HERE WE ARE in the first weekend of my favorite month. (It just sounds so good!) Since this is the month for flowers (think April… Continue reading

Archaeologist to discuss Orkney Islands at squadron’s Monday meeting

Orkney, an archipelago of some 70 islands off the north coast of Scotland, will be the subject of the Monday dinner meeting of… Continue reading

Author Sherman Alexie makes audience laugh, clap and squirm

Author Sherman Alexie makes audience laugh, clap and squirm

An author, playwright and poet told 200 people who paid $95 apiece for dinner Friday that he hears voices, hallucinates, gets manic, is… Continue reading

Author Sherman Alexie makes audience laugh, clap and squirm
BACK WHEN: April mystery photo eludes Clallam community

BACK WHEN: April mystery photo eludes Clallam community

NO ONE RECOGNIZED the April Picture from the Past. There were several guesses that it might be Camp Hayden, but it is the Makah Air… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: April mystery photo eludes Clallam community
Bail at $1.5 million for Bainbridge man after Sequim woman found bludgeoned to death

Bail at $1.5 million for Bainbridge man after Sequim woman found bludgeoned to death

Bail has been set at $1.5 million for an 18-year-old Bainbridge High School student who allegedly confessed to bludgeoning to death a… Continue reading

Bail at $1.5 million for Bainbridge man after Sequim woman found bludgeoned to death

BIRD WATCH: Surprising sights in the middle of the ‘big city’

CITIES, ESPECIALLY LARGE cities, aren’t my preferred habitat. Ever since I was hatched, the great outdoors is where I have wanted to be. Sometimes, you… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading

First Federal Community Foundation awards grants

The First Federal Community Foundation has awarded 15 grants to nonprofits in Clallam, Jefferson, Kitsap and Whatcom counties. Five grants are in… Continue reading

Friday dinner to highlight Port Angeles School District programs

State Rep. Mike Chapman will discuss legislative issues pertaining to local education at the Port Angeles Education Foundation’s 26th annual Celebrate Education… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Forks offers up fun with family fair

WANT TO SEE how to strike unmitigated terror into the hearts of hundreds of people, mostly male people? Watch. OK, now, we’re all remembering what… Continue reading

LETTER: Break the logjam in Congress? Remind lawmakers that they serve the voters

Do you want to know how to break the logjam in the United States Congress? It’s quite simple: Remind your elected legislators in the Senate… Continue reading

LETTER: Medicare certainly needs work, but single payer’s not the way to go

In part, this letter is in reply to an April 20 column in the Peninsula Daily News by Thursday columnist Catherine Rampell: “The Appeal Of… Continue reading

LETTER: National Nurses Day recognizes profession’s anchors in love, faith, courage

National Nurses Day was observed May 6. We nurses are very fortunate that we have chosen a profession that will fulfill and enrich our lives.… Continue reading

LETTER: To those criticizing climate march supporters, instead join quest for better tomorrow

I am writing this as a response to the May 3 letter to Peninsula Voices in the Peninsula Daily News [“Climate march”] that asked if… Continue reading