Clallam County

Olympic Bagel closes in Port Angeles

Olympic Bagel closes in Port Angeles

Olympic Bagel Co., a prominently located east Port Angeles bakery-restaurant, shut its doors last week after 16 years in business. “Unfortunately, we… Continue reading

Olympic Bagel closes in Port Angeles

PENINSULA KITCHEN: How to make homemade street tacos

MY DAUGHTER, ABBY, turns 12 Monday. Twelve. I can’t even begin to wrap my head around that piece of news. I remember 12 viscerally. Like… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Sequim residents exhibit quilts at international show

Port Angeles, Sequim residents exhibit quilts at international show

By Erin Hawkins Olympic Peninsula News Group Sequim and Port Angeles quilters will have their work featured at QuiltCon 2017, an international modern quilt show… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Sequim residents exhibit quilts at international show

Special election looms for Clallam public school districts

Voters in three Clallam County public school districts — Port Angeles, Sequim and Quillayute Valley — are being asked to approve levies… Continue reading

Students sweep Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition

Students sweep Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition

Port Angeles High School students took first, second and third place overall at the American Society of Civil Engineers Popsicle Stick Bridge… Continue reading

Students sweep Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition
Trump attacks on judiciary raise safety concerns for judges

Trump attacks on judiciary raise safety concerns for judges

When a judge who helped derail President Donald Trump’s travel ban was hit with online threats, the… Continue reading

Trump attacks on judiciary raise safety concerns for judges

Doll show planned in Port Angeles this Saturday

Just Dolls of Washington Doll Club will present the 2017 Promise of Spring Doll Show on Saturday. The show will be from… Continue reading

Port Angeles man’s tribute song to Northwest gets attention online

Port Angeles man’s tribute song to Northwest gets attention online

A Port Angeles man’s musical tribute to the Pacific Northwest has gained some traction online after he posted it on Facebook. In… Continue reading

Port Angeles man’s tribute song to Northwest gets attention online

State House, Senate bills aim at fulfilling REAL ID requirements

Your driver’s license might not fly with airport security in less than a year’s time if the state fails to meet federal identification… Continue reading

Open house on upcoming closure of McDonald Creek bridge set Wednesday

The Clallam County Road Department will host an open house Wednesday to discuss the planned eight-month closure of Old Olympic Highway at the… Continue reading

Jefferson County commissioners Kate Dean, David Sullivan and Kathleen Kler sign a human rights proclamation for Jefferson County at their meeting Monday morning. (Cydney McFarland/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County commissioners approve human rights proclamation

Jefferson County commissioners unanimously voted Monday to adopt a human rights proclamation, drawing applause from the more than 60 people who braved… Continue reading

Jefferson County commissioners Kate Dean, David Sullivan and Kathleen Kler sign a human rights proclamation for Jefferson County at their meeting Monday morning. (Cydney McFarland/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles City Council slams cut in fishing; says limited halibut season hurts economy

Port Angeles City Council slams cut in fishing; says limited halibut season hurts economy

The Port Angeles City Council has joined the chorus of business and fishing interests who object to this year’s limited halibut fishing… Continue reading

Port Angeles City Council slams cut in fishing; says limited halibut season hurts economy
Are Clallam, Jefferson sanctuary counties? Here’s your answer

Are Clallam, Jefferson sanctuary counties? Here’s your answer

North Olympic Peninsula residents have nothing to fear from President Donald Trump’s Jan. 25 executive order that threatens sanctuary counties and cities with a loss… Continue reading

Are Clallam, Jefferson sanctuary counties? Here’s your answer
Convicted double-murderer files high court appeal

Convicted double-murderer files high court appeal

Michael J. Pierce has filed an appeal to the state Supreme Court over a 2014 ruling that found him guilty of double-murder… Continue reading

Convicted double-murderer files high court appeal

Stream habitat topic of talk tonight in Forks

“The Status of Stream Habitat in the Olympic Experimental State Forest: 20 Years After Adopting the Habitat Conservation Plan” will be the topic… Continue reading

Judge affirms cell tower ruling against Dungeness Heights Homeowners

Judge affirms cell tower ruling against Dungeness Heights Homeowners

Construction of a 150-foot Sequim-area radio-cell tower has cleared a key legal challenge but could face another court hurdle. Clallam County Superior Court… Continue reading

Judge affirms cell tower ruling against Dungeness Heights Homeowners

Clallam Bay inmate convicted of assault with urine

A Clallam Bay Corrections Center inmate has been convicted of felony assault for throwing urine on a pair of officers through the… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School classroom moved to fix roof leak

A persistent leak in a Port Angeles High School classroom has forced the school to temporarily move one teacher’s classroom to another… Continue reading

Lower Elwha to move on plans for Tse-whit-zen

Lower Elwha to move on plans for Tse-whit-zen

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe has a number of projects planned for this year, including moving forward with the first phase of… Continue reading

Lower Elwha to move on plans for Tse-whit-zen
The Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos — from left, Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Dave Brown and Rabbi Ted Falcon — will speak on the North Olympic Peninsula on Saturday and Sunday. (Barb Laski)

Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos to speak on Peninsula this weekend

The Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos will present lectures on the North Olympic Peninsula on Saturday and Sunday. Imam Jamal Rahman and Rabbi Ted Falcon of… Continue reading

The Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos — from left, Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Dave Brown and Rabbi Ted Falcon — will speak on the North Olympic Peninsula on Saturday and Sunday. (Barb Laski)