Clallam County

New location for transition business

Teresa Murphy has established a franchise of Caring Transitions, a business that specializes in senior relocation and transition services. Caring Transitions of Kitsap… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: Lawmakers approve levy cliff measure but school funding still ahead

Both houses of the Legislature have passed a measure extending the deadline for a reduction in the amount of money school districts can… Continue reading

Halfway: Bills alive, dead or signed in state Legislature

State lawmakers are more than halfway through this year’s 105-day legislative session, and fully funding education has… Continue reading

The Answer for Youth to host public open house at new Port Angeles location

The Answer for Youth to host public open house at new Port Angeles location

The Answer for Youth has moved — and the public is invited to see the new quarters and the Sprouting Hope Greenhouse… Continue reading

The Answer for Youth to host public open house at new Port Angeles location

LETTER: Here are some suggestions to replace Michelle Malkin as a Friday columnist

I would like to add my name to those who encourage the Peninsula Daily News to drop Michelle Malkin as a Friday columnist. I’ve read… Continue reading

LETTER: Michelle Malkin one of the columnists I enjoy reading regularly

I enjoy the letters to the editor in Peninsula Voices. They’re both interesting and fun to read. For example, take a recent one critical of… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles shelter meeting set Wednesday… and other items

The Shelter Providers Network of Clallam County will discuss the 2005-2015 10-year plan and consider goals and strategies for the next 10-year… Continue reading

Joyce cafe owner putting away donation jar after burglaries

Joyce cafe owner putting away donation jar after burglaries

The owner of Joyce’s Blackberry Cafe is so frustrated by break-ins and thefts of donations that she is no longer putting her donation… Continue reading

Joyce cafe owner putting away donation jar after burglaries
Alleged burglar faces additional charges in Port Angeles

Alleged burglar faces additional charges in Port Angeles

An alleged burglar who was arrested on multiple warrants last week is facing new charges in Clallam County Superior Court, prosecutors said.… Continue reading

Alleged burglar faces additional charges in Port Angeles

A GROWING CONCERN: A varied to-do list for pestilence prevention, pruning, etc.

THE YARD, WEED, bulbs and plants are leaping into spring, so here comes a much-needed to-do list for March. 1. Pestilence prevention. Now is the… Continue reading

Avalanche briefly blocks Hurricane Ridge Road

Stranded Hurricane Ridge visitors were led out of Olympic National Park on Friday after an avalanche was cleared from Hurricane Ridge Road.… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Newsletters give the skinny on whooping, sand cranes

A SHORT WHILE ago, one of my favorite newsletters arrived in the mail. This isn’t a monthly or even a bimonthly publication. “Grus Americana” is… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: First Federal to host first of four seminars Tuesday … and other items

First Federal will host its first of four seminars from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Christopher J. Riffle will present “Structuring… Continue reading

Bill Peach

Clallam commissioners get report on timber, tax

Clallam County and its junior taxing districts received $7.26 million in timber revenue from the state Department of Natural Resources last year,… Continue reading

Bill Peach

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly morning meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading

Fire burns Nippon conveyor belt

Fire burns Nippon conveyor belt

A fire that burned through a conveyor belt was extinguished last week at the nearly dormant Nippon Paper Industries USA mill. Mill… Continue reading

Fire burns Nippon conveyor belt
Friends to honor Shipley’s legacy with celebration of life in Sequim

Friends to honor Shipley’s legacy with celebration of life in Sequim

A longtime member of the then-Sequim Senior Center, Leo Shipley made it a habit to stop… Continue reading

Friends to honor Shipley’s legacy with celebration of life in Sequim

HELP LINE: Time changes takes up too much time

I HATE TODAY. Well, actually I don’t hate today; I’m usually grateful for yet another opportunity to try to get it right, which happens every… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Horse riders looking forward to spring

HORSEPLAY: Horse riders looking forward to spring

IT’S MARCH ALREADY? Despite the abundance of rain, sleet and snow slowing my outdoor fun to a screeching halt, it appears the days of 2017… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Horse riders looking forward to spring

LETTER: Here’s my strong support for removing Michelle Malkin’s over-the-top Friday column

Conservative Peninsula Daily News columnist Michelle Malkin, whose column is featured every Friday in the Peninsula Daily News, is making a good living by fanning… Continue reading