Clallam County

Travel tales, concerts, films, gardening tips on tap on Peninsula

Travel tales, concerts, films, gardening tips on tap on Peninsula

Tales of travels, concerts, films and gardening tips are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available in the interactive calendar… Continue reading

Travel tales, concerts, films, gardening tips on tap on Peninsula
City Manager Charlie Bush

Sequim council supports dialogue on discrimination

The Sequim City Council plans to open a dialogue on discrimination after a report of the removal of racist notebook papers posted in… Continue reading

City Manager Charlie Bush
Horticulturist Gordon Clark

Pruning lecture to begin 2017 ‘Green Thumb Garden Tips’ series

Horticulturist Gordon Clark will begin the 2017 Clallam County Washington State University Master Gardener “Green Thumb Garden Tips” at noon today. The… Continue reading

Horticulturist Gordon Clark

LETTER: Prepare for economy to take on more water as debt spirals upward

There’s a new captain of the Titanic. The ship hit the iceberg quite some time ago and has been taking in more and more water.… Continue reading

LETTER: Women’s Day march participants certainly weren’t that impressive

Were the Jan. 21 rallies impressive? It depends on who you ask. My guess is that more than half of the participants could not tell… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim schools chief to meet with public Feb. 2 … and other items

People with questions about the Sequim School District can meet with Superintendent Gary Neal from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 2. Neal… Continue reading

Peninsula workforce, unemployment grows

Nearly 350 joined the North Olympic Peninsula labor force in December, resulting in higher unemployment rates for Clallam and Jefferson counties, state officials said. Clallam… Continue reading

Sequim school directors earn honors

Sequim school directors earn honors

Sequim schools superintendent Gary Neal presents certificates from the Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA) to Sequim School Board directors Robin Henrikson and Jim Stoffer… Continue reading

Sequim school directors earn honors

Navy gets permit for pier off Ediz Hook

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has given the Navy permission to remove a jetty at Ediz Hook for a 425-foot submarine-escort-vessel… Continue reading

Sequim residents gather for peace and women’s rights

Sequim residents gather for peace and women’s rights

A rally for women’s rights filled the southeast corner of Sequim Avenue and Washington Street at 1st Security Bank Park in Sequim last… Continue reading

Sequim residents gather for peace and women’s rights
Sign of the times: Sequim YMCA unveils new logo, outlook

Sign of the times: Sequim YMCA unveils new logo, outlook

A new sign denoted a new outlook for a familiar community organization. YMCA of the USA recently unveiled what officials call a “brand… Continue reading

Sign of the times: Sequim YMCA unveils new logo, outlook
Washington House passes school levy bill

Washington House passes school levy bill

The state House has passed a bill that delays a deadline for a reduction in the… Continue reading

Washington House passes school levy bill
U.S. fights Microsoft’s bid to tell users when feds take data

U.S. fights Microsoft’s bid to tell users when feds take data

The U.S. Justice Department has asked a judge to throw out a lawsuit from Microsoft and keep… Continue reading

U.S. fights Microsoft’s bid to tell users when feds take data
Bill would give students control of school-sponsored media

Bill would give students control of school-sponsored media

Amid a national push, Washington state lawmakers are reintroducing a bill that would protect student journalists’ free… Continue reading

Bill would give students control of school-sponsored media
Tess Gallagher

Gallagher, Matsuda to read from collaborative book in Studium Generale presentation

A collaboration of friends will be highlighted Thursday when Tess Gallagher of Port Angeles and her friend and writing partner Lawrence “Larry”… Continue reading

Tess Gallagher

LETTER: Recent letter displays ignorance of Obama’s achievements

A Jan. 15 letter to Peninsula Voices (“Obama ‘pathetic’”) demands a response. Former President Barack Obama did a fine job dealing with the economic meltdown… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump’s magnificent inauguration a harbinger of great things to come

In spite of threats made by the post-election malcontents including the entitlement crowd, “snowflakes” and professional agitators determined to disrupt the presidential inauguration ceremony and… Continue reading

Memorial service set for last full-blooded Jamestown S’Klallam tribal member

Memorial service set for last full-blooded Jamestown S’Klallam tribal member

A memorial service is planned Saturday for the last full-blooded Jamestown S’Klallam tribal member, a former tribal chairman and council member who helped… Continue reading

Memorial service set for last full-blooded Jamestown S’Klallam tribal member

NEWS BRIEFS: North Olympic Library System board to consider budget Thursday … and other items

The North Olympic Library System Board of Trustees will consider approval of the 2017 capital budget when it meets Thursday. The board… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Steelhead fishing’s last bastion gasping

I KNEW IT was the end when a low-holing, fly-flogging fishing guide floated past on the river and said, “We’re going to get rid of… Continue reading