Clallam County

Entertainment: Singalong ‘Messiah’ planned for New Year’s Eve; community encourage to participate

Entertainment: Singalong ‘Messiah’ planned for New Year’s Eve; community encourage to participate

The Singalong “Messiah” has been a holiday tradition in Sequim for years, attracting singers and instrumentalists from all over the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Entertainment: Singalong ‘Messiah’ planned for New Year’s Eve; community encourage to participate
Forks men charged with arson

Forks men charged with arson

Two Forks men accused of lighting a Forks home on fire early Christmas morning were charged with arson Thursday. Adolfo Martinez Rodriguez, 29,… Continue reading

Forks men charged with arson

LETTER: Defending FLASH program from letter writers

I am writing this in strong disagreement with two recent letters that disagree with our Port Angeles School Board’s support of the FLASH [Family Life… Continue reading

LETTER: Enjoyed story about ‘Star Wars’ enthusiast

Thanks for running the story on Jon Gray and his love of Star Wars toys [“Sequim Man’s Star Wars Collection Out Of This World,” Dec.… Continue reading

LETTER: The real problem in this country is closed minds

The Dec. 18 letter in Peninsula Voices, “Liberal hypocrites,” deserves a response because it illustrates a core problem in our current practice of democracy. In… Continue reading

LETTER: What Trump does not destroy, climate change will

Trump supporters are gloating over their victory and the anticipated dismantling of our current civilian and democratic structures, structures that the right-wing has trained them… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts Cast members in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “Twelfth Night (Or What You Will)” include, from left, Carl Honore, Rich Hendricksen, and Jeff Clinton

OTA plans Shakespeare, revelry in Sequim

Tickets are now available for Olympic Theatre Arts’ fourth annual staged reading of William Shakespeare’s comedy, “Twelfth Night (Or What You Will).” The… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts Cast members in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “Twelfth Night (Or What You Will)” include, from left, Carl Honore, Rich Hendricksen, and Jeff Clinton

Port Angeles seeks volunteers for planning panel

Residents interested in shaping land-use decisions in Port Angeles are being urged to apply for three vacancies on the city planning commission.… Continue reading

Snow piling up at Hurricane Ridge ski area

Snow piling up at Hurricane Ridge ski area

With another holiday weekend upon us, it’s a good time to get out of the house and check out the more than… Continue reading

Snow piling up at Hurricane Ridge ski area
Peninsula Home Fund: Twosome stick together through illness, poverty

Peninsula Home Fund: Twosome stick together through illness, poverty

In their 26 years married, Louise and David Mitchell have lived the… Continue reading

Peninsula Home Fund: Twosome stick together through illness, poverty
Bail set for man accused of setting fire to home while others inside

Bail set for man accused of setting fire to home while others inside

Bail for a man accused of setting fire to his own home while two others were inside was set at $20,000 in… Continue reading

Bail set for man accused of setting fire to home while others inside
Monologues sought for winter festival at Peninsula College

Monologues sought for winter festival at Peninsula College

Straight from the heart and onto the stage: This is the first-ever festival of monologues, written by and for the people of… Continue reading

Monologues sought for winter festival at Peninsula College

Icy road in Indian Valley leads to another wreck

Icy conditions on U.S. Highway 101 caused a second crash in as many days near Lake Sutherland on Wednesday, Clallam County Fire… Continue reading

Early learning grants awarded

Some $57,000 in grant funds have been awarded to six agencies to support early learning programs that potentially will benefit more than… Continue reading

Two sought for failing to appear in court

Two sought for failing to appear in court

Authorities Wednesday were seeking two people who failed to appear in court to face drug charges, the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team… Continue reading

Two sought for failing to appear in court

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Free advance directives clinic slated; Chimacum cidermaker chosen to go to Europe

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers will present a free drop-in advance directives clinic at The Landing mall Saturday, Jan. 14 from noon… Continue reading

Forum planned on proposed Port Angeles schools levy

A community forum on the upcoming Port Angeles School District replacement levy is planned for Jan. 10. The forum — organized by… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Convention of States talk scheduled … and other items

A meeting of the Convention of States Project is planned at the Port Angeles Library from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday,… Continue reading

Tacoma man creates ‘boom box’ to deter package thefts

Tacoma man creates ‘boom box’ to deter package thefts

After the fourth time it happened in recent months, Jaireme Barrow was tired of people… Continue reading

Tacoma man creates ‘boom box’ to deter package thefts
‘Paycheck comes in a different way’ for OlyCAP volunteer
‘Paycheck comes in a different way’ for OlyCAP volunteer