Clallam County

Olympic Medical Center eyes design of $7.9 million cancer center expansion

Olympic Medical Center eyes design of $7.9 million cancer center expansion

Olympic Medical Center is preparing to move forward with an estimated $7.9 million expansion of its cancer center in Sequim. The OMC hospital… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center eyes design of $7.9 million cancer center expansion
Volunteers report trees illegally cut at Indian Island County Park

Volunteers report trees illegally cut at Indian Island County Park

Jefferson County officials and volunteers have found trees illegally cut and taken from Indian Island County Park in Port Hadlock and are… Continue reading

Volunteers report trees illegally cut at Indian Island County Park

Free oiled wildlife training scheduled in Port Angeles next month

In the event of an oil spill, you’ll need to be certified to help rescue and rehabilitate affected wildlife. To that end,… Continue reading

FROM A WRITER’S NOTEBOOK: Serenity in accepting things as they are

AT FIRST, IT just felt like a crazy new year. It took me awhile to realize it is something else, too. Demi pointe: supporting your… Continue reading

Human trafficking topic of Studium Generale presentation Thursday

Peninsula College’s Studium Generale on Thursday will welcome Kathleen Morris, program manager for the Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network, as she presents “Stolen… Continue reading

LETTER: Let’s keep our community strong by voting yes on Port Angeles levy

Growing up in Port Angeles in the 1940s and 50s, I remember receiving a very good education, having great teachers and living in a vibrant… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: A saga of mice and me

I CONSIDER MYSELF a humane person. I brake for crows. I swerve to miss squirrels who employ the practice of using automobiles to crush spruce… Continue reading

Port Angeles fire chief tells of need for more firefighters to avoid insurance hike

Port Angeles fire chief tells of need for more firefighters to avoid insurance hike

The Port Angeles Fire Department needs to hire more firefighters or the city risks a downgrade in its fire insurance rating, Chief… Continue reading

Port Angeles fire chief tells of need for more firefighters to avoid insurance hike

Volunteers sought for tree planting at Peabody Creek

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition is seeking volunteers to plant native trees at Peabody Creek. Tree planting will be from 10 a.m.… Continue reading

Washington first state to sue Trump over immigration order

Washington first state to sue Trump over immigration order

The state attorney general declared Monday that he was suing President Donald Trump over his temporary ban… Continue reading

Washington first state to sue Trump over immigration order

Brinnon man held on assault charges; deputy suffers minor injuries in alleged attack

A Brinnon man was charged Monday with two counts of first-degree assault with a deadly weapon after prosecutors said he attacked a… Continue reading

Clallam spent less, earned more than budgeted in 2016

How did Clallam County do with its finances last year? Better than expected, commissioners learned in a 2016 budget vs. actual performance… Continue reading

Competing bills target, affirm state high court water decision

Competing bills target, affirm state high court water decision

Some lawmakers are taking aim at a recent state Supreme Court decision that put the onus on… Continue reading

Competing bills target, affirm state high court water decision

$150,000 bail set for Port Angeles man after police pursuits, reported kidnapping

Bail of $150,000 was set Monday for a Port Angeles man with a history of eluding police who allegedly kidnapped a female… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Swain’s fundraiser kicks up Port Angeles schools donation … and other items

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Swain’s fundraiser kicks up Port Angeles schools donation … and other items

Swain’s General Store recently presented a check for $930 to the Port Angeles Education Foundation. The funds were part of Swain’s Gives… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Swain’s fundraiser kicks up Port Angeles schools donation … and other items

Sequim seeks performers for summer programs

The city of Sequim is accepting applications for performers for summer programs. The deadline for applications is May 1. The summer programs are:… Continue reading

Deadline extended for registration for Night to Shine

The deadline has been extended to Sunday to sign up people 14 and older with special needs for their Night to Shine… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump threatens to substantially turn back the clock on climate change progress

Far from making America great again, Donald Trump may in fact threaten human civilization by setting in motion runaway climate change beyond the capacity of… Continue reading

Reservations accepted for Feb. 11 scholarship fundraiser in Sequim

Reservations are being accepted for a scholarship fundraiser set by the North Olympic Women on the Water, a part of the North Olympic… Continue reading

Snowpack above normal in Olympic Mountains

Snowpack above normal in Olympic Mountains

Olympic Mountains snowpack was 109 percent of normal Sunday, a solid base heading into the second half of winter, a water supply… Continue reading

Snowpack above normal in Olympic Mountains