Clallam County

EYE ON OLYMPIA: State Senate fiscal cliff gambit falls short

Democrats attempted Friday to take advantage of the departure of Senate Republican Brian Dansel to move on “fiscal cliff” relief for public school… Continue reading

LETTER: Licensed bed-and-breakfasts allow area to thrive

As the Clallam County Planning Commission formalizes standards for bed-and-breakfasts in rural Clallam County, I hope that citizens will recognize the positive impact that fully… Continue reading

Travelers detained at Seattle airport released from custody

Travelers detained at Seattle airport released from custody

Individuals who were detained at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport as a result of President Donald Trump’s executive order have been released… Continue reading

Travelers detained at Seattle airport released from custody
Hot Springs Road reopens to Glines Canyon overlook

Hot Springs Road reopens to Glines Canyon overlook

Exploring the Elwha River valley got a whole lot easier Thursday with the reopening of Olympic Hot Springs Road. Olympic National… Continue reading

Hot Springs Road reopens to Glines Canyon overlook

BIRD WATCH: ‘Wisdom’ lives on in albatross colony

A NEWSPAPER CLIPPING from Huntsville, Ala., contained some unexpected surprises. A reader moved to that area last year and has been on the lookout for… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: New surgeon joins Port Townsend orthopedic clinic … and other items

Paul Naumann, MD, orthopedic surgeon, recently joined Jefferson Healthcare Medical Center’s Orthopedic Clinic. Naumann is board-certified by the American Board of Orthopedic… Continue reading

Clallam judge affirms use of shackles in pretrial appearances

Clallam judge affirms use of shackles in pretrial appearances

The shackling of jail inmates accused or charged with offenses in Clallam County Superior Court has been affirmed by Judge Erik Rohrer.… Continue reading

Clallam judge affirms use of shackles in pretrial appearances

Coloring Outside the Library aims to brighten a Monday

A brew and a coloring book: What more could a person want? The North Olympic Library System — which oversees public libraries… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar &Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. An agenda was not available by… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County to review 2016 budget vs. actual performance

The three Clallam County commissioners will review a 2016 budget-vs.-actual-performance report Monday. The work session will begin at 9 a.m. in the commissioners’ boardroom (160)… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Tax-Aide volunteers available again this year

AFTER ALL THESE years, there’s a reason that we insist on continuing to call this little weekly effort “Help Line,” and that reason is that… Continue reading

LETTER: Common sense prevailed in Clallam’s green light for herbicide use

It was unanimous. Common sense prevailed, making this host of “Weeds & Wildlife” on KSQM radio very happy. The county won its long battle: Herbicide… Continue reading

LETTER: Help support district students with Port Angeles levy support

On Feb. 14, the Port Angeles School District is running an educational programs and operation levy. If approved, this levy will continue levy funding for… Continue reading

LETTER: I hope you’re happy, Trump supporters, with what you’ve wrought

Well, all you Trump voters out there, I hope you are happy now. The lunatics are now running the asylum. Heaven help us all. Carl… Continue reading

LETTER: Spicer’s press briefing a harbinger of ‘alternative facts’ to come

The first press briefing of the Trump administration saw the White House press secretary, Mr. Sean Spicer, accuse the news media of inventing a conflict… Continue reading

LETTER: Thank you, Obamas, for all you’ve accomplished

As President Barack Obama leaves office, we want to take time to thank him for the leadership he provided our country. His accomplishments are many:… Continue reading

LETTER: Vast participation in ‘Womxn’s’ Day marches was a great thing to see

It was a great pleasure to view all the enthusiasm in the “Womxn’s” Day marches. I hope everyone who marched will vote in 2018. Ed… Continue reading

Living Legends dance show in Port Angeles to celebrate cultures

Living Legends dance show in Port Angeles to celebrate cultures

Dances, songs and authentic Latin American, Native American and Polynesian costumes will be combined into a celebration of heritage at Port Angeles… Continue reading

Living Legends dance show in Port Angeles to celebrate cultures

NEWS BRIEFS: Exercises start Monday at Naval Magazine Indian Island … and other items

Naval Magazine Indian Island will participate In Exercise Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield 2017 beginning Monday and continuing through Feb. 10. The exercise is… Continue reading

Peninsula residents participate in March for Life

Peninsula residents participate in March for Life

Among those participating in the March for Life in Washington, D.C., this year were Lea and Josef Sollmann of Port Angeles and Erin… Continue reading

Peninsula residents participate in March for Life