Clallam County

Lower Elwha Klallam tribe plans hotel in downtown Port Angeles

Lower Elwha Klallam tribe plans hotel in downtown Port Angeles

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe is negotiating with city officials to purchase central downtown property at 111 E. Front St. for a… Continue reading

Lower Elwha Klallam tribe plans hotel in downtown Port Angeles
Off-duty Port Angeles police officer helps rescue hiker on Mount St. Helens

Off-duty Port Angeles police officer helps rescue hiker on Mount St. Helens

One of Port Angeles’ newest police officers cut her plans to summit Mount St. Helens short over the weekend to help an… Continue reading

Off-duty Port Angeles police officer helps rescue hiker on Mount St. Helens

Researcher: Fukushima Daiichi radiation levels low off West Coast

Radiation from the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster appears to have peaked off the West Coast of North America and has been… Continue reading

Port Angeles agrees to sand cap in harbor; pilot project aims to restore marine habitat

The city will chip in $15,400 for a pilot project to restore a patch of marine habitat along Ediz Hook by capping… Continue reading

OMC welcomes visitors at new Medical Office Building with tours, health fair

OMC welcomes visitors at new Medical Office Building with tours, health fair

Olympic Medical Center’s new $20.6 million Medical Office Building was christened Saturday with dignitaries offering thanks to the community and scores of… Continue reading

OMC welcomes visitors at new Medical Office Building with tours, health fair

Woman charged with child rape, animal abuse offered plea

A plea offer has been extended to Deanna Marie Wilson, a Port Angeles woman charged with child rape and animal abuse, her… Continue reading

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Joint trial mulled in 2-year-old’s death in Forks

A mother and daughter, both Quileute tribal members, may be tried together in the death of 2½-year-old boy who died Nov. 11,… Continue reading

Ramona Ward

Peninsula-wide climate rally, march set in Port Angeles

A People’s Climate March involving participants from Clallam and Jefferson counties is expected to draw at least 200 people to Port Angeles… Continue reading

Coastal Cleanup Saturday to scrub up beaches

Coastal Cleanup Saturday to scrub up beaches

During the past 10 years, the annual Washington Coast Cleanup, scheduled this year for Saturday, has collected a long list of heroes. Among them is… Continue reading

Coastal Cleanup Saturday to scrub up beaches

PSP prompts closure of area to shellfish harvesting

The state Department of Health has closed the area between the Lyre River to Dungeness Bay to recreational shellfish harvesting because of high levels of… Continue reading

State proposes removing Sequim shooting range from hazardous sites list

The state Department of Ecology has proposed removing the Sunnydell Dryke Shooting Range from its hazardous sites list, saying extensive cleanup work has… Continue reading

Computer security, privacy topics of Port Angeles talk

How safe is it to use your credit card online? How do criminals and fraudsters get into your computer systems? What is… Continue reading

Tribes sue Coast Guard over tanker traffic’s risk to orcas

The Tulalip and Suquamish tribes are suing the Coast Guard, alleging a failure to protect endangered orcas from the risk… Continue reading

Author Craig Andrews featured at Fourth Friday Readings

Author Craig Andrews featured at Fourth Friday Readings

Fourth Friday Readings will host Craig Andrews as the featured writer at The Lodge media room at 6:30 p.m. today. The free event… Continue reading

Author Craig Andrews featured at Fourth Friday Readings

Bilingual book day set at Port Angeles, Sequim libraries

The North Olympic Library System will join hundreds of libraries across the nation in celebration of El día de los niños/El día de los libros… Continue reading

Caspar Babypants to perform family-friendly act next week

Caspar Babypants will perform on the North Olympic Peninsula on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Northwest musician Chris Ballew (of alternative band Presidents of the United… Continue reading

Construction begins on Greywolf modular buildings

Construction begins on Greywolf modular buildings

State and local leaders hailed the beginning of construction of two modular buildings at Greywolf Elementary… Continue reading

Construction begins on Greywolf modular buildings

Drug Take Back Day set Saturday

Clallam County residents can return expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs for safe disposal from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The service is free… Continue reading

Forks parade, film fest to honor coastal cleanup efforts

Forks parade, film fest to honor coastal cleanup efforts

The second weekend of RainFest will feature the Undersea and Umbrella Parade and an evening of nature films during the fourth annual River… Continue reading

Forks parade, film fest to honor coastal cleanup efforts
Port Townsend’s two historic house museums will open for the summer season Monday. The Rothschild House and the Commanding Officer’s Quarters, seen here, are both owned by Washington State Parks and managed by the Jefferson County Historical Society.

Historic Port Townsend museums open for the season Monday

Two historic house museums — the Rothschild House and Commanding Officer’s Quarters in Port Townsend and at Fort Worden State Park —… Continue reading

Port Townsend’s two historic house museums will open for the summer season Monday. The Rothschild House and the Commanding Officer’s Quarters, seen here, are both owned by Washington State Parks and managed by the Jefferson County Historical Society.