Clallam County

New taxing district on agenda tonight for Port Angeles City Council

New taxing district on agenda tonight for Port Angeles City Council

Residents attending tonight’s Port Angeles City Council meeting will be able to sound off on creating a new taxing district for street… Continue reading

New taxing district on agenda tonight for Port Angeles City Council

Bid accepted for Olympic Discovery Trail work at Discovery Bay

The Jefferson County commissioners have accepted a bid from a Burlington based construction company to complete a section of the Olympic Discovery… Continue reading

New Clallam County park rules proposed; drones and generators addressed

Drones would be restricted in Clallam County parks unless the operator gets permission and a special permit under a proposal commissioners will… Continue reading

Celebrations of student work set this week on West End

The University of Washington is preparing for celebrations in Neah Bay, Forks and La Push this week. As part of the UW Pipeline… Continue reading

LETTER: First Amendment integral to a free nation, free thinking

The First Amendment is fundamental to our democracy. It is the foundation of our religious freedom, freedom of speech, freedom of press, the right to… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles church school sets fundraiser; donations are sought … and other items

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church’s preschool will hold its annual rummage sale fundraiser Friday and Saturday, and donations for the event are being… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Winter wanes as new chapters open

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Winter wanes as new chapters open

WASN’T THE SUN a beautiful sight Sunday afternoon? The northern part of the West End on the Makah reservation seemed to embrace the relative warmth… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Winter wanes as new chapters open

Looking ahead in Olympia: Budgets, education funding

Legislators from the 24th District had some relatively quiet time last week as House and Senate committees considered bills that had passed from… Continue reading

Metamorphic mysteries: Rockhounds get pieces identified at Port Angeles show

Metamorphic mysteries: Rockhounds get pieces identified at Port Angeles show

John Usher, who has been a rockhound for years, was stumped with a few pieces in his collection. He was among several… Continue reading

Metamorphic mysteries: Rockhounds get pieces identified at Port Angeles show

Two local speakers to tell tales at free Story Swap this Tuesday

The Story People of Clallam County has had to make a change in plans for its monthly Story Swap on Tuesday. Victoria… Continue reading

Soroptimist Gala Garden Show gets locals geared up for season

Soroptimist Gala Garden Show gets locals geared up for season

Today marks the first day of spring and for many who attended the 19th annual Soroptimist Gala Garden Show in Sequim, it’s also… Continue reading

Soroptimist Gala Garden Show gets locals geared up for season

‘Rez Life’ exhibit opens in Port Angeles on Tuesday

The Elwha Klallam Heritage Center will host an open house and presentation featuring photographer Jeff Ferguson and his exhibit “Rez Life: A… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s to Kilmer, Murray for keeping Wild Olympics legislation alive

I was pleased to read that U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer and U.S. Sen. Patty Murray have re-introduced the Wild Olympics legislation (“Wild Olympics Legislation Is… Continue reading

LETTER: Keeping Malkin as a Friday columnist an open-minded venture

In reading Peninsula Voices in the March 13 Peninsula Daily News, I decided that I also needed to voice my opinion. I agree fully with… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Internment talks slated … and other items

Several free and public presentations and events about Japanese-American internment will be held in Sequim, in Port Angeles and on Bainbridge Island this month. A… Continue reading

Peninsula backs development of cross-state trail system

Peninsula backs development of cross-state trail system

Clallam County has joined 40 municipalities on both sides of the Cascade Mountains that have backed the development of a cross-state trail… Continue reading

Peninsula backs development of cross-state trail system
Donations pour in after scholarship fund stolen from Joyce cafe

Donations pour in after scholarship fund stolen from Joyce cafe

The owner of Joyce’s Blackberry Cafe was brought to tears after customers from across the North Olympic Peninsula more than doubled a scholarship… Continue reading

Donations pour in after scholarship fund stolen from Joyce cafe

Agreement expands potential for Composite Recycling Technology Center, COO says

The Composite Recycling Technology Center announced an agreement with a European company that will allow the Port Angeles nonprofit to expand the… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Plan and plant away to your heart’s desire on Peninsula

AS I’VE MENTIONED before, our weather here is never hot nor cold and is extremely mild. The most important fact to glean is that for… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Attacking male birds? Search for shiny objects

WELL, IT’S BEGUN. Despite all the rain and cold weather, the robins have determined that it is spring and time to start a family. First… Continue reading