Clallam County

Legal challenges to Trump’s travel ban mount from U.S. states

Legal challenges to Trump’s travel ban mount from U.S. states

Legal challenges against President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban mounted Thursday as Washington… Continue reading

Legal challenges to Trump’s travel ban mount from U.S. states

Ready for some magic? Broadway star to perform Sunday

Adam Trent will perform magic at Port Angeles High School at 3 p.m. Sunday. His show will be in the auditorium at… Continue reading

Forest modeling topic of talk in Forks tonight

Forestry technology expert David Diaz will share his experience and outlook on using cutting-edge mapping and forest modeling for landowners at Evening Talks… Continue reading

A 2013 Ford Focus traveling westbound on state Highway 112 was one of two vehicles wrecked in the Thursday crash. (Clallam Fire District No. 2)

Two hurt in collision

A Port Angeles driver and her passenger were taken to Olympic Medical Center on Thursday after the car they were traveling in… Continue reading

A 2013 Ford Focus traveling westbound on state Highway 112 was one of two vehicles wrecked in the Thursday crash. (Clallam Fire District No. 2)

Head-on collision near Sequim causes minor injuries

Two Port Townsend men suffered minor injuries Thursday when the pickups they were driving collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. Highway 101… Continue reading

‘Art of the Pie’ a Big Library Read in Clallam County

which oversees public libraries in Port Angeles, Sequim, Forks and Clallam… Continue reading

Bill prohibiting Washington state income tax fails in Senate

The state Senate has failed to reach the required vote threshold to send voters a constitutional… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Leadership award given to director; veterinary assistant attends seminar

Olympic Medical Center CEO Eric Lewis recently presented a leadership award to Ken Berkes, director of Olympic Medical Cancer Center and of… Continue reading

Clallam County renews contracts for mental health, chemical dependency treatment

Clallam County has renewed a series of contracts with mental health and chemical dependency treatment providers to help those with brain disorders,… Continue reading

Clallam County sets April 11 hearing on vacation rental, B&B ordinance

Clallam County commissioners have called for an April 11 public hearing on a proposal to regulate new vacation rentals and bed-and-breakfast inns.… Continue reading

Experts: New travel ban more palatable, still problematic

Experts: New travel ban more palatable, still problematic

More palatable but still problematic: That’s the judgment of some legal experts who have… Continue reading

Experts: New travel ban more palatable, still problematic

ISSUES OF FAITH: Let God work through you; it’s a win-win

ONE OF THE reasons I write this column, and I am probably not alone in this, is that I am trying to show and even… Continue reading

LETTER: Grass-roots effort to extend halibut fishing season has bounty of backing

It’s time to give credit where credit is due. The recent effort that has come together to seek more fishing days for the upcoming halibut… Continue reading

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