Clallam County

Student talent show tonight at Peninsula College

Peninsula College will showcase student talent at the second annual Peninsula’s Got Talent show tonight. The show will be at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Tattoos, paintings, felt creations highlighted on Second Weekend Art Walk

Tattoos, paintings, felt creations highlighted on Second Weekend Art Walk

Show off your tattoos and meet some of the artists who do the work at “Beyond the Tattoo” at Studio Bob on… Continue reading

Tattoos, paintings, felt creations highlighted on Second Weekend Art Walk

Valentine’s Day celebrated all week

Valentine’s Day may be Tuesday, but celebrations are planned beginning today on the North Olympic Peninsula. Here are events scheduled to commemorate a day set… Continue reading

Wine, chocolate paired on self-guided tour across Peninsula

The romance of Valentine’s Day will flavor two weekends beginning Saturday. The Olympic Peninsula Wineries’ Wine, Cider &Chocolate Tour will pair new-release varietals and blends… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge reopens after closure for high winds

The Hood Canal Bridge reopened to traffic at about 8:30 p.m. Thursday after being closed for nearly seven hours because of high winds.… Continue reading

Port Angeles doll show an adventure on Saturday

Port Angeles doll show an adventure on Saturday

Just Dolls of Washington Doll Club has added an element to its annual doll show, scheduled this year from 10 a.m. to… Continue reading

Port Angeles doll show an adventure on Saturday

Clallam County renews tourism contract

Clallam County has renewed a contract with the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau to promote year-round tourism in unincorporated areas. Commissioners Mark Ozias… Continue reading

2-year mitigated sentence for no-contact violation

A 30-year-old Federal Way man has been sentenced to two years in prison for violating a domestic violence no-contact order in a… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s Forks campus offers financial aid informational night

Peninsula College at Forks will provide information on how to pay for college at College Financial Aid Night on Wednesday, Feb. 22. The… Continue reading

LETTER: Bed-and-breakfasts cause nothing but trouble for neighbors

When a new bed-and-breakfast is added to an established neighborhood, it definitely has an impact on the dynamics of that neighborhood, whether fully licensed and inspected or not.

BUSINESS BRIEFS: First Federal’s sponsored entry is national contest finalist; agent of the month named in Port Angeles

First Federal’s Lights, Camera, Save! local winner Peter Sullivan of Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon has been named a national… Continue reading

LETTER: Hypocrisies of Democratic policies exposed with reaction to Trump’s travel ban

In 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D) [for Democrat] signs an executive order to round up and imprison Japanese-American citizens. Riots, protests, demonstrations? No. In… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Crews to close lane on Elwha River bridge Monday … and other items

Weather permitting, drivers will encounter a single-lane closure and alternating traffic conditions across the U.S. Highway 101 Elwha River bridge west of… Continue reading

Water service expected to be restored by today after pipe break

Water service expected to be restored by today after pipe break

Workers hoped to have Wednesday’s water main break, which left about 120 customers without water, repaired by today. Before midnight Wednesday was… Continue reading

Water service expected to be restored by today after pipe break

Power out for 250 west of Port Angeles and in Joyce area

The Clallam County Public Utility District said that power was out Wednesday evening for about 250 customers west of Port Angeles and… Continue reading

Port Angeles crews hope to have water service restored by midnight after pipe break

Port Angeles crews hope to have water service restored by midnight after pipe break

Workers hope to have today’s water main break, which left about 120 customers without water, repaired by midnight. “That’s all dependent on… Continue reading

Port Angeles crews hope to have water service restored by midnight after pipe break
One more day of caution: Authorities warn of possibility of black ice

One more day of caution: Authorities warn of possibility of black ice

Authorities hope drivers continue to drive cautiously even as the snowstorm that hit the North Olympic Peninsula relents. “You’re going to find… Continue reading

One more day of caution: Authorities warn of possibility of black ice

Draft law set for Carlsborg sewer project

Clallam County officials have rolled out a draft ordinance for the $10.18 million Carlsborg sewer project that includes an additional $8 monthly… Continue reading

Two arrested for alleged mail theft from 38 people in Sequim, Port Angeles

Two people accused of stealing mail from 38 people from Sequim and Port Angeles appeared in Clallam County Superior Court on Tuesday.… Continue reading

Teen arrested for allegedly burglarizing Sequim Sprint store

The Sequim Police Department arrested a 16-year-old Sequim boy early Tuesday after a break-in at the Sequim Sprint store. Sgt. Mike Hill said… Continue reading