Clallam County

LETTER: Pay attention to images as much as words in articles

I need to reach out regarding the photo on the front page of the March 7 Peninsula Daily News [“Firm Details Timber Harvest for Clallam”].… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Guest musician to be featured at Sunday service in Sequim … and other items

Jackson Berkey, co-founder and keyboardist for Manheim Steamroller, will be a featured guest at the 10 a.m. service Sunday at Trinity United Methodist… Continue reading

The late Lynn Rupe’s painting of elephants in a city’s downtown will be shown at Studio Bob.

Peninsula images among displays during Second Weekend Art Walk

Images of the North Olympic Peninsula, in paint and photography, are among the attractions of this weekend’s Port Angeles Art Walk. Peninsula… Continue reading

The late Lynn Rupe’s painting of elephants in a city’s downtown will be shown at Studio Bob.

Port Angeles police report 18th naloxone save

The Port Angeles Police Department used naloxone to save a woman’s life Saturday, the 18th documented “save” since the agency began carrying… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony breaks out blockbusters for Saturday concert

Port Angeles Symphony breaks out blockbusters for Saturday concert

The maestro can hardly wait. “I am really happy to present this music that I love so much,” said Jonathan Pasternack, conductor… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony breaks out blockbusters for Saturday concert
Seth Owens, 23, of Port Angeles was formally charged Friday with raping an unconscious woman at a party over the summer. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Second-degree rape trial scheduled for Port Angeles man

Prosecutors have subpoenaed witnesses for the four-day trial of a Port Angeles man accused of raping an intoxicated and unconscious woman at… Continue reading

Seth Owens, 23, of Port Angeles was formally charged Friday with raping an unconscious woman at a party over the summer. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

State Senate passes school levy bill to help districts

The Senate has passed a measure delaying a deadline for a reduction in the amount of… Continue reading

Jonathan Heckathorn

Port Angeles police arrest man on ‘Most Wanted’ list

Police arrested a man wanted on multiple burglary and other charges early Thursday morning. Jonathon Heckathorn, 25, was arrested in a vehicle… Continue reading

Jonathan Heckathorn

Subsidy would be needed for passenger air service in Port Angeles, official says

If Port Angeles is to regain commercial air service to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the airline will need to be subsidized, said John… Continue reading

Horan resigns from Sequim School Board

Horan resigns from Sequim School Board

After nearly a dozen years on the Sequim School Board, Bev Horan is stepping down. The director with the most experience on the… Continue reading

Horan resigns from Sequim School Board

Clallam Conservation Distriction supervisor reelected to board

Sequim-area resident Robert Beebe has been re-elected to the Clallam Conservation District board of supervisors. Beebe was the only candidate to file for… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Jim’s Pharmacy employee receives Brightree award; Port Hadlock vet clinic enters partnership with Pets of the Homeless

Ryan French, director of Jim’s Pharmacy & Home Health, recently received the 2016 Ambassador Award from Brightree LLC. The award is given… Continue reading

LETTER: How can you criticize Michelle Malkin if you don’t read her column?

I was amused by a recent letter to Peninsula Voices [“Malkin negative,” March 3] criticizing comments by conservative Friday columnist Michelle Malkin. In the letter,… Continue reading

LETTER: Surely there must be a better conservative option than Michelle Malkin

My husband and I would like to add our support to the other critics of PDN Friday columnist Michelle Malkin. We also feel that she… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump’s recognition of Navy SEAL’s widow was meaningful

I have been overwhelmed with emotion since President Donald Trump’s recent address to Congress and our nation. I was in the Army Nurse Corps during… Continue reading

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer greets constituents before taking the stage at the town hall in the Sequim High School auditorium Monday. (Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Kilmer draws a full house to talk economy, ethics, budgeting at Sequim meeting

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer discussed ethics, budgeting and creating a better economy at a town hall meeting in Sequim. The Monday night meeting,… Continue reading

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer greets constituents before taking the stage at the town hall in the Sequim High School auditorium Monday. (Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Sequim resident wins Coast Guard’s Enlisted Person of the Year award

Sequim resident wins Coast Guard’s Enlisted Person of the Year award

Petty Officer 1st Class Tara Dodd of Sequim has received the Enlisted Person of the Year award for the 13th Coast Guard District.… Continue reading

Sequim resident wins Coast Guard’s Enlisted Person of the Year award
Clallam County sends letter to Department of Natural Resources on timber harvests, marbled murrelet

Clallam County sends letter to Department of Natural Resources on timber harvests, marbled murrelet

Clallam County commissioners have weighed in on draft environmental impact statements for the state’s 10-year timber harvest target and protections for the… Continue reading

Clallam County sends letter to Department of Natural Resources on timber harvests, marbled murrelet

LETTER: New administration enjoys tearing apart immigrant families

It is difficult to imagine the joy being experienced by our new white nationalist administration as it begins to dismember Hispanic families. Adults who came… Continue reading