Clallam County

PAT NEAL: Don’t get suckered in by sunshine

IT WAS DAYLIGHT on the river. Something had gone terribly wrong. Maybe it was just the old guide instincts kicking in, but it seemed like… Continue reading

Port Angeles teachers set Multi-Age Community meeting

The Port Angeles School District Multi-Age Community teachers will conduct the program’s annual public information meeting Thursday, March 2. The MAC meeting… Continue reading

Search called off for fishermen aboard a crabbing in Bering Sea

The search has been called off for the six veteran fishermen aboard a crabbing boat missing in the icy,… Continue reading

State bills seek to buffer potential repeal of health care law

State bills seek to buffer potential repeal of health care law

Democrats in Washington state want to make sure that even if national Republicans and President Donald… Continue reading

State bills seek to buffer potential repeal of health care law
Mental health services could be under Jefferson Healthcare by end of year

Mental health services could be under Jefferson Healthcare by end of year

Mental health care in East Jefferson County, currently run by Discovery Behavioral Health, could be under the umbrella of Jefferson Healthcare by… Continue reading

Mental health services could be under Jefferson Healthcare by end of year

Clallam County treasurer’s statement on plan to step down

Selinda Barkhuis announced Tuesday that she intends to step down as Clallam County treasurer at an unspecified date. She read a statement… Continue reading

Tickets on sale now for Port Angeles heart health luncheon

Tickets are on sale for the Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s 10th annual Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon on Feb. 24. The luncheon,… Continue reading

Judge says Trump travel ban case can proceed in lower court

A lawsuit by Washington state and Minnesota challenging President Donald Trump’s travel ban will proceed as an… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Sequim chiropractic office being remodeled … and other items

Sequim Family Chiropractic — formerly Van Romer Chiropractic — is currently being remodeled for its two new owners, Rob Thomas and Erin Urquia.… Continue reading

LETTER: About all most of us can do is write letters

I like a shiny diversion as much as the next guy, but has anyone else noticed that while our gaze is turned toward the travel… Continue reading

LETTER: Reader finds commissioner’s letter to be morally obtuse

I read Clallam County Parks and Recreation District 1 Commissioner Jan Richardson’s Feb. 12 letter to the Peninsula Daily News concerning refugees with incredulity. He… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Fire destroys vehicle in Port Ludlow … and other items

A driver managed to escape uninjured from a car fire that engulfed her vehicle Sunday. Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue responded to… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty crowned

Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty crowned

A teen who hopes to become a midwife has been chosen queen of the Sequim Irrigation Festival. Karla Najera was crowned queen at… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty crowned
Pastor, rabbi, imam speak of interfaith spirituality in ‘Amigos’ presentation

Pastor, rabbi, imam speak of interfaith spirituality in ‘Amigos’ presentation

An imam, a pastor and a rabbi walked into a church. “We Jews are the chosen people,” the rabbi, Ted Falcon, of… Continue reading

Pastor, rabbi, imam speak of interfaith spirituality in ‘Amigos’ presentation

Thérèse: The Story of a Soul set for tonight at Queen of Angels Church

“Thérèse: The Story of a Soul,” the live theatrical one-woman drama performed by actress Audrey Ahern and directed by Patti Defilippis of… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County eyes strategic planning, budget performance

Clallam County commissioners will discuss strategic planning and hold a monthly financial review Monday. The work session will begin at 9 a.m. in the commissioners’… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula YMCA establishes new grant for local youths

Olympic Peninsula YMCA establishes new grant for local youths

The Olympic Peninsula YMCA has created the Dennis Watson Spirit of TEAM Memorial Fund and Grant to honor a longtime board member, volunteer and financial… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula YMCA establishes new grant for local youths
Port Angeles, Sequim food banks taking new paths to those in need

Port Angeles, Sequim food banks taking new paths to those in need

In the past year, both Sequim and Port Angeles food banks have seen a decline in the number of people served on their distribution days.… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Sequim food banks taking new paths to those in need

Festival pageant, bingo, travel talks on Peninsula this weekend

The Sequim Irrigation Festival Pageant, bingo games and talks on travels are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available in… Continue reading