Clallam County

LETTER: Port Angeles wind turbines likely to be a costly lesson in wasteful spending

Your recent article regarding the wind turbines [“PA Wind Turbines Generate Regret,” PDN, Dec. 4] certainly caught my attention and should generate more than regret.… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEF: PA schools pick board president … and other items

Joshua Jones has been elected the 2017 Port Angeles School Board president. Sarah Methner will continue in her role as vice president.… Continue reading

Youth urged to create at Port Angeles library

Free Lego Junior Maker programs are planned at the Port Angeles Library from 10 a.m. to noon four upcoming Saturdays. The programs… Continue reading

Help with water heater made all the difference for self-sufficient octogenarian

Help with water heater made all the difference for self-sufficient octogenarian

Caroline Culbertson, 86, has been retired only a short while. She enjoyed… Continue reading

Help with water heater made all the difference for self-sufficient octogenarian

Appeals board backs verdict on huge proposed bed-and-breakfast in Sequim

A Clallam County appeals board has affirmed that the building permit for a proposed 32,000-square-foot bed-and-breakfast on East Sequim Bay Road should… Continue reading

Cold to stick around on Peninsula

Cold to stick around on Peninsula

Monday’s snow might not be the last snow of the year. The North Olympic Peninsula is expected to see a cold snap… Continue reading

Cold to stick around on Peninsula

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Business relaunches with new name, look, website … and other items

A longtime Port Angeles business is reframing itself. Previously Karon’s Frame Center, the 17-year-old custom framing business at 625 E. Front St.… Continue reading

LETTER: Jet noise would damage pristine beauty of Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park is a sanctuary for residents like me and the many visitors to our region. Entrepreneurs and locals have worked tirelessly to create… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Delays expected today on U.S. Highway 101 at Elwha River bridge … and other items

Traffic will be cut to one alternating lane at the Elwha River bridge on U.S. Highway 101 today. Drivers can expect the… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Harkening back to the Christmas letter

THIS IS A special time of year when the joy and warmth of the holiday season can drive you right over the brink. The end… Continue reading

Special DUI patrols set for holiday season

Law enforcement agencies across the state are participating in extra patrols aimed at getting DUI drivers off the roads over this holiday season from Thursday… Continue reading

County hopes to meet April 1 deadline for Carlsborg sewer

Construction of the Carlsborg sewer is on track to be “substantially completed” by next April, Clallam County commissioners learned Monday. Meeting the… Continue reading

People line up since McMorris Rodgers a candidate for cabinet

People line up since McMorris Rodgers a candidate for cabinet

With Republican U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington a candidate to be a member of… Continue reading

People line up since McMorris Rodgers a candidate for cabinet
Preventing not-so-happy holidays fraud

Preventing not-so-happy holidays fraud

there’s no time like the holidays for fraud.… Continue reading

Preventing not-so-happy holidays fraud

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Fitness class Thursday at Sequim gym; tai chi classes begin next week

The Sequim Gym will host a senior fitness class from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday. The free event at the gym, 160… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Fort Worden committee meetings set … and other items

Two Fort Worden committees will meet Wednesday. The Fort Worden Public Development Authority executive committee will review the draft 2017 budget when it meets at… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Holiday displays light up West End

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Holiday displays light up West End

THE SUN HAS set, darkness has overcome the road. Coming up Fairholm Hill from Lake Crescent, the rain gives itself up for actual snow. Streetlights… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Holiday displays light up West End
Peninsula Home Fund helps budding photographer as she grapples with health issues

Peninsula Home Fund helps budding photographer as she grapples with health issues

Ask Stacy Eastman how things are going, and she’ll answer “Really well!”… Continue reading

Peninsula Home Fund helps budding photographer as she grapples with health issues

Olympic National Park’s Perspectives series continues Tuesday

Changes to the Olympic National Park’s landscape throughout the past 25 years will be the topic of the first of the Perspectives… Continue reading

Port Angeles council to discuss street tax

City council members have decided it’s not too early to talk about increasing the sales tax or boosting driver-license-renewal fees for 2018… Continue reading