Clallam County

Libraries offer free Microsoft certification exams

Free Microsoft certification exams will be offered later this month at the Port Angeles, Sequim and Forks public libraries. The two-hour tests for Microsoft Office… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: PA broker earns new license level; Sequim bike business to expand

Lynn Bedford of Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty in Port Angeles recently earned her managing broker’s license. To obtain the license, one must… Continue reading

LETTER: Mystery letter from Port Angeles port, Clallam County came out of the blue

In the March 7 Peninsula Daily News article “Firm Details Timber Harvest for Clallam” on the March 6 joint Port of Port Angeles-Clallam County commissioners’… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Oh, for the good old days on the Elwha River

IT’S ALWAYS SAD to read about the loss of an old friend. I prefer to remember the good times. Picture a little campfire along a… Continue reading

Sequim man receives 15-year sentence after pleading guilty to sex crimes

A Sequim man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for sex crimes. Clallam County Superior Court Judge Erik Rohrer sentenced Charles… Continue reading

Peninsula firefighters tackle Columbia Center for cause

Peninsula firefighters tackle Columbia Center for cause

Firefighters from across the North Olympic Peninsula have trekked up the 1,356 steps of the Columbia Center in Seattle to fight leukemia and… Continue reading

Peninsula firefighters tackle Columbia Center for cause

Clallam considering software to aid tracking of public information

Clallam County has identified software that would help citizens and staff keep track of financial performance and other public information. County commissioners… Continue reading

States aiming to block Trump travel ban from taking effect

States aiming to block Trump travel ban from taking effect

More than a half-dozen states trying to block President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban moved forward Monday… Continue reading

States aiming to block Trump travel ban from taking effect
Jig & Lure restaurant hopes sink as new business model folds

Jig & Lure restaurant hopes sink as new business model folds

When a Port Angeles East Boat Haven restaurant was sold March 12, 2016, to Vancouver-based Art and Soul Hospitality LLC, new owners… Continue reading

Jig & Lure restaurant hopes sink as new business model folds

LETTER: America has spoken, and we don’t like what the last eight years did to our country.

Protests taking place almost daily are becoming a bad joke to most Americans, who see through the chaos taking place. I doubt if Sharia law… Continue reading

New location for transition business

Teresa Murphy has established a franchise of Caring Transitions, a business that specializes in senior relocation and transition services. Caring Transitions of Kitsap… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: Lawmakers approve levy cliff measure but school funding still ahead

Both houses of the Legislature have passed a measure extending the deadline for a reduction in the amount of money school districts can… Continue reading

Halfway: Bills alive, dead or signed in state Legislature

State lawmakers are more than halfway through this year’s 105-day legislative session, and fully funding education has… Continue reading

The Answer for Youth to host public open house at new Port Angeles location

The Answer for Youth to host public open house at new Port Angeles location

The Answer for Youth has moved — and the public is invited to see the new quarters and the Sprouting Hope Greenhouse… Continue reading

The Answer for Youth to host public open house at new Port Angeles location

LETTER: Here are some suggestions to replace Michelle Malkin as a Friday columnist

I would like to add my name to those who encourage the Peninsula Daily News to drop Michelle Malkin as a Friday columnist. I’ve read… Continue reading

LETTER: Michelle Malkin one of the columnists I enjoy reading regularly

I enjoy the letters to the editor in Peninsula Voices. They’re both interesting and fun to read. For example, take a recent one critical of… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles shelter meeting set Wednesday… and other items

The Shelter Providers Network of Clallam County will discuss the 2005-2015 10-year plan and consider goals and strategies for the next 10-year… Continue reading

Joyce cafe owner putting away donation jar after burglaries

Joyce cafe owner putting away donation jar after burglaries

The owner of Joyce’s Blackberry Cafe is so frustrated by break-ins and thefts of donations that she is no longer putting her donation… Continue reading

Joyce cafe owner putting away donation jar after burglaries
Alleged burglar faces additional charges in Port Angeles

Alleged burglar faces additional charges in Port Angeles

An alleged burglar who was arrested on multiple warrants last week is facing new charges in Clallam County Superior Court, prosecutors said.… Continue reading

Alleged burglar faces additional charges in Port Angeles

A GROWING CONCERN: A varied to-do list for pestilence prevention, pruning, etc.

THE YARD, WEED, bulbs and plants are leaping into spring, so here comes a much-needed to-do list for March. 1. Pestilence prevention. Now is the… Continue reading