Clallam County

Snowpack measurement topic of talk

The challenges of measuring snow in the remote Olympic wilderness will be the topic of this Tuesday’s presentation in the Olympic National… Continue reading

Sparkle of silver theme for Sequim’s First Friday art walk

Sparkle of silver theme for Sequim’s First Friday art walk

The First Friday Art Walk will sparkle on the first weekend of the new year. Art Walk is a free self-guided tour that… Continue reading

Sparkle of silver theme for Sequim’s First Friday art walk
Twelfth Night opens tonight

Twelfth Night opens tonight

Olympic Theatre Arts’ Gathering Hall will be transformed into an Elizabethan House of Revelry tonight for the first of three staged readings of… Continue reading

Twelfth Night opens tonight
MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’

MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’

The Missoula Children’s Theatre, which is on a nationwide tour, will stop in Sequim on Monday to audition and cast local children in… Continue reading

MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News An excavator piles brush pulled from the banks of Peabody Creek near Ninth Street in Port Angeles on Wednesday to gain access to a broken water main beneath the creek bed.

Port Angeles water line repairs to cost $55,000

A cast-iron potable water main ruptured Tuesday night, exposing a leak in a stormwater pipe below it and prompting City Manager Dan… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News An excavator piles brush pulled from the banks of Peabody Creek near Ninth Street in Port Angeles on Wednesday to gain access to a broken water main beneath the creek bed.
Olympic Medical Center Foundation sees its best fundraising year

Olympic Medical Center Foundation sees its best fundraising year

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation had the best fundraising year it has ever seen in 2016, Bruce Skinner, its executive director, told… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center Foundation sees its best fundraising year

Coast Guard suspends search for missing kayaker near Allyn

The Coast Guard suspended a search Wednesday afternoon for a kayaker missing since Tuesday night. Port Angeles Coast Guard crews were among those… Continue reading

Letter urges DACA continuation

Peninsula College President Luke Robins joined other Washington community and technical college leaders in sending President-elect Donald Trump a letter asking him… Continue reading

Resource conservation, development council picks director

The North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation and Development council has tabbed a successor to Regional Director Kate Dean. The nonprofit council is… Continue reading

LETTER: Snow article sparks good, bad memories of event

The Dec. 30-31 Peninsula Daily News article, “Big snow 20 years ago, Peninsula hit with several feet in 1996 storm,” triggered many memories for me… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Timber panel sets meeting for Friday … and other items

The Port of Port Angeles Timber Advisory Committee will discuss port business involving forestry when it meets at 9 a.m. Friday. The… Continue reading

Sequim native competing online to play at Grammy Awards

Sequim native competing online to play at Grammy Awards

Bailey Bryan, a Sequim native and rising country musician, is vying for a chance to perform at the Grammy Awards in February. Bryan,… Continue reading

Sequim native competing online to play at Grammy Awards
Massive injuries suffered by Federal Way family hit by falling tree near Lake Crescent

Massive injuries suffered by Federal Way family hit by falling tree near Lake Crescent

Bella’s back is broken. Her grandfather’s back is broken. Her grandmother was in a coma Tuesday. Her cousin is dead. It looks… Continue reading

Massive injuries suffered by Federal Way family hit by falling tree near Lake Crescent
Jefferson County panel weighs in on Elwha River bridge; Option 7 is unanimous choice

Jefferson County panel weighs in on Elwha River bridge; Option 7 is unanimous choice

The three Jefferson County commissioners have joined the Clallam County commissioners and Forks City Council in urging that the Elwha River bridge… Continue reading

Jefferson County panel weighs in on Elwha River bridge; Option 7 is unanimous choice
Oldest Puget Sound orca, ‘Granny,’ is missing and presumed dead

Oldest Puget Sound orca, ‘Granny,’ is missing and presumed dead

The oldest member of the small population of endangered Puget Sound orcas has been missing for months and is… Continue reading

Oldest Puget Sound orca, ‘Granny,’ is missing and presumed dead
Mark Ozias

Ozias to chair Clallam board in ‘17

Mark Ozias is the chairman of the Board of Clallam County Commissioners in 2017. Randy Johnson is the vice chair, commissioners decided… Continue reading

Mark Ozias

Firefighters stalled in finding cause of Carlsborg blaze

The cause of a fire that ravaged a Carlsborg home on New Years Day will likely remain undetermined, firefighters say. “Everybody is scratching… Continue reading

Japanese students to arrive in Port Angeles today

A Mutsu City delegation comprising students and adult chaperones — teachers and guides — will arrive from Japan today. The group will… Continue reading

CuddleCot gives more time with baby for parents mourning loss

CuddleCot gives more time with baby for parents mourning loss

Linda Nguyen had a lot of dark days in the weeks after the stillbirth of her son,… Continue reading

CuddleCot gives more time with baby for parents mourning loss

LETTER: Abortion is the killing of an innocent human being

The Dec. 18 letter in Peninsula Voices, “Christian Action” needs a response. The “old men hanging around,” as the letter writer called them, at Fifth… Continue reading