Clallam County

Councilman Brad Collins

Port Angeles council members give nod to second-class-city question, fluoridation advisory vote

They didn’t like what they were doing but did it anyway. Port Angeles City Council members on Tuesday approved 4-1, with Brad… Continue reading

Councilman Brad Collins
Peninsula man serving double-murder sentence files for high court review

Peninsula man serving double-murder sentence files for high court review

Darold Stenson has asked the state Supreme Court to review his 1993 double-murder case. Stenson, 64, was convicted in November 2013 on… Continue reading

Peninsula man serving double-murder sentence files for high court review
Displaced owners cheer Port Angeles hotel proposal; negotiations to determine selling price, taxes

Displaced owners cheer Port Angeles hotel proposal; negotiations to determine selling price, taxes

A $25 million hotel that the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe wants to build in downtown Port Angeles would displace several businesses —… Continue reading

Displaced owners cheer Port Angeles hotel proposal; negotiations to determine selling price, taxes

Dan Kelly Road urged as alternative to replacing Highway 101 bridge over Elwha River

The state Department of Transporation should consider Dan Kelly Road an alternative to replacing the U.S. Highway 101 bridge over the Elwha… Continue reading

Firefighters knock down car fire near Port Angeles

Firefighters knock down car fire near Port Angeles

Firefighters responded Sunday after a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle caught fire south-east of Port Angeles. The car’s owner, David Louden, told Clallam County… Continue reading

Firefighters knock down car fire near Port Angeles
Sequim’s Irrigation Festival begins 122nd year this weekend

Sequim’s Irrigation Festival begins 122nd year this weekend

Hometown pride flows strong in Sequim starting today as the first of two weekends of the Sequim Irrigation Festival begins. With the tagline… Continue reading

Sequim’s Irrigation Festival begins 122nd year this weekend
Operetta ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ opens Sequim Irrigation Festival weekend

Operetta ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ opens Sequim Irrigation Festival weekend

Whether fistfights or frolicking love stories are your thing, the Sequim High School Operetta Club has… Continue reading

Operetta ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ opens Sequim Irrigation Festival weekend

Get revved up for 34th annual Mustang Show & Shine

The 34th annual North Olympic Mustang Show &Shine will roar into the area this weekend. The event will kick off Saturday with… Continue reading

Festival art, crafts fair focuses on ‘Reuse, Recycle and Repurpose’

Festival art, crafts fair focuses on ‘Reuse, Recycle and Repurpose’

The Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair will offer vendors, demonstrations, a kids’ parade and entertainment during the first weekend of the Sequim Irrigation… Continue reading

Festival art, crafts fair focuses on ‘Reuse, Recycle and Repurpose’

Get ready to go ‘Over the Rainbow’ for Sequim City Band concert

The Sequim City Band, under the direction of Tyler Benedict, will hold its first free outdoor concert of the season, “Over the Rainbow,”… Continue reading

History Tales to feature coastal hazard specialist

Coastal hazard specialist Ian Miller will talk about the shoreline changes associated with the Elwha Dam removal at the Clallam County Historical… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Six different meanings of ‘spirit’

“SPIRIT” AND “SPIRITUAL” are slippery words, largely because they are used in so many ways. Here are six different ways we commonly speak of “spirit”… Continue reading

Kids’ fishing day, birding class among offerings this week on Peninsula

This has been corrected to show that the Sons of Norway Lodge’s breakfast will be Saturday. It was originally erroneously published as… Continue reading

LETTER: Please support our valued paraeducators, miracles in the classroom

When visiting the library at Jefferson Elementary School, one might notice a large number of baskets in the back of the room. Each basket is… Continue reading

LETTER: Proposed student-based health center would be excellent addition to school district

I attended the April 28 Port Angeles School Board meeting and was very encouraged by a presentation given by Angie Gooding, Marlene Bradow and Dr.… Continue reading

Betsy Burlingame, Master Gardener plant sale chair, readies potted plants for the sale. (Amanda Rosenberg)

Master Gardeners offer variety of plants in weekend sale

EDITOR’S NOTE: This has been corrected. The plant sale is at the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden in Seqim. The original version erroneously said the sale… Continue reading

Betsy Burlingame, Master Gardener plant sale chair, readies potted plants for the sale. (Amanda Rosenberg)

NEWS BRIEFS: National Book Award winner to give keynote address at fundraising dinner tonight … and other items

National Book Award winner Sherman Alexie of Seattle will give the keynote address at Peninsula Behavioral Health of Port Angeles’ annual fundraising… Continue reading

NODC seeks grant for electric vehicle charging stations; Clallam board considers letter of support

The North Olympic Development Council is seeking a state grant to install a series of electric vehicle charging stations around the Olympic… Continue reading

Joy A. Lingerfelt directs the NorthWest Women’s Chorale on May 9, 2016, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Angeles. (Charlotte Watts)

NorthWest Women’s Chorale celebrates decade of singing with concerts tonight, Monday

The NorthWest Women’s Chorale will celebrate 10 years of uniting voices in song at two spring concerts, “Place of the Blest,” tonight in Sequim and… Continue reading

Joy A. Lingerfelt directs the NorthWest Women’s Chorale on May 9, 2016, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Angeles. (Charlotte Watts)

Opening of Whimsy Park celebrated today

Whimsy Park, a new temporary gathering place in Sequim, will be opened today with a ribbon-cutting and live music. The park is on… Continue reading