Clallam County

Hood Canal Bridge closures for work set to start Saturday

The Hood Canal Bridge will be closed overnight beginning Saturday while the internal mechanics of its draw span are rebuilt and replaced. The… Continue reading

Teen who brought gun to school sentenced to probation

A teenage boy who brought a stolen handgun to school and showed it off to a classmate was sentenced to 12 months… Continue reading

Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction sets its sights on $92,000

Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction sets its sights on $92,000

Residents will gather this weekend for the 53rd time in as many years to pay too much for blackberry pies, bid against family… Continue reading

Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction sets its sights on $92,000

PDN delivery to be delayed

Delivery of the Peninsula Daily News will be delayed from this coming Sunday through the following Sunday, March 25, because of overnight closures of the… Continue reading

Ecology expects tests of fluid at Port Angeles log yard by mid-April

The state Department of Ecology will complete its testing of soil and water at the Port of Port Angeles’ Merrill &Ring log… Continue reading

State revenue projections higher than expected

Lawmakers on Thursday received a revenue forecast that shows they have a little more money to… Continue reading

Friends remember Hoh pioneer Elsa Schmidt

Friends remember Hoh pioneer Elsa Schmidt

Friends of Hoh pioneer Elsa Schmidt are remembering her love of the outdoors and self-reliance on what would have been her 98th birthday… Continue reading

Friends remember Hoh pioneer Elsa Schmidt

Clallam Transit service changes take effect Monday

Clallam Transit service changes will take effect Monday. Eight fixed routes will have expanded or modified service as the agency looks to… Continue reading

Inslee proclaims state of emergency following winter weather; Peninsula counties included, but no reportable damage apparent, authorities say

Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed a state of emergency for 28 counties recovering from severe winter weather, including Clallam and Jefferson. The… Continue reading

Entry free to state parks this Sunday

Entry will be free to state parks in honor of Washington State Parks’ 104th anniversary Sunday. No Discover Pass will be needed to visit state… Continue reading

The Sequim City Band under the direction of Tyler Benedict accompanies soloist Randy Stillwell.

‘Time’ is theme at next Sequim City Band Concert

It’s about time. The Sequim City Band invites the community to a free concert all about time at 3 p.m. Sunday in the… Continue reading

The Sequim City Band under the direction of Tyler Benedict accompanies soloist Randy Stillwell.

BirdFest-BirdQuest contest returns to promote Olympic BirdFest

BirdFest-BirdQuest, a free game, will take place in 20 of Sequim’s businesses to promote the Olympic BirdFest. The Sequim Merchants Group game sponsored… Continue reading

Clallam County proclaims developmental disabilities month

Clallam County proclaims developmental disabilities month

Clallam County is encouraging its citizens to live “side by side” with those with developmental disabilities. Clallam County commissioners have proclaimed March… Continue reading

Clallam County proclaims developmental disabilities month

Driftwood art, St. Paddy’s Day fetes among festivities on Peninsula this week

A driftwood art show, a celebration of a spiritual reading endeavor and celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Gem show to rock the house this weekend in Port Angeles

Gem show to rock the house this weekend in Port Angeles

Rock enthusiasts from across Clallam County are preparing for the seventh annual Rock, Gem &Jewelry Show this weekend. The free show will… Continue reading

Gem show to rock the house this weekend in Port Angeles
Inslee signs bill ensuring schools’ 28 percent levy-lid secure until 2019 expiration

Inslee signs bill ensuring schools’ 28 percent levy-lid secure until 2019 expiration

Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into law legislation that will keep the local school levy lid… Continue reading

Inslee signs bill ensuring schools’ 28 percent levy-lid secure until 2019 expiration

ISSUES OF FAITH: Examples of ‘law and order’ atrocities, resistance abound in history

THERE IS OFTEN a perception that Judaism is focused on following laws rather than being concerned with love, compassion and mercy. Anyone who spends time… Continue reading

LETTER: Help increase transparency in meetings between unions, government

The United States differs from many other countries in that one of the principles of our government is openness and transparency to the public. We… Continue reading

LETTER: Mentally unstable president cannot continue to be in office

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, seems to continually show tendencies of narcissism, a mental illness. Every week, he makes statements and/or takes… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Volunteers sought to collect water samples in Port Angeles … and other items

Streamkeepers, Clallam County’s watershed citizen science program, seeks volunteers to collect water samples in the Port Angeles area. Sampling — a part… Continue reading