Clallam County

LETTER: I agree with a letter writer that a lack of fact should concern all readers

The Jan. 20-21 letter in Peninsula Voices, “Defends Obama,” was right on. It should have been titled “Obama Assertions, Backup Data Not Included.” Like Dr.… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Wonderland ball tickets now on sale … and other items

Tickets are on sale now for this Saturday’s second annual Wonderland Masquerade Ball, presented by Key City Public Theatre. Dinner will be… Continue reading

Three Clallam County school districts seek voter approval of levies

Voters in three Clallam County public school districts — Port Angeles, Sequim and Quillayute Valley — are being asked to approve levies… Continue reading

Peninsula GOP, Democrats split on travel restrictions ruling

Peninsula GOP, Democrats split on travel restrictions ruling

County Republican and Democratic leaders split along party lines in their responses to President Donald Trump’s travel restrictions and a federal judge’s ruling that enforcement… Continue reading

Peninsula GOP, Democrats split on travel restrictions ruling

A GROWING CONCERN: Some houseplants to round out your home

THE OTHER WEEK, we talked about sunlight (or lack thereof) and grime on your precious houseplants. Another great trick is to now “pinch out” the… Continue reading

Artrageous to paint, dance and sing in Port Angeles

Artrageous to paint, dance and sing in Port Angeles

Artrageous will paint giant works of art, dance, sing and make music in a show presented by the Juan de Fuca Foundation… Continue reading

Artrageous to paint, dance and sing in Port Angeles
BACK WHEN: Few share memories of the ‘Hardware Dress’

BACK WHEN: Few share memories of the ‘Hardware Dress’

THREE PEOPLE RESPONDED to the January “Photo from the Past,” which was the Hardware Dress, made to advertise Willson Hardware. R.D. Willson established Willson Hardware… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Few share memories of the ‘Hardware Dress’

BIRD WATCH: Anna’s make their nest in winter

at least among the hummingbirds. A male Anna’s hummingbird has been making his presence known… Continue reading

Clallam, three cities to update planning policy

Clallam County and the cities inside it are teaming up to update a 1992 countywide planning policy that will guide the development… Continue reading

Elwha River bridge open houses set this month

Elwha River bridge open houses set this month

State Department of Transportation officials will review the status and future of the battered U.S. Highway 101 Elwha River bridge in a… Continue reading

Elwha River bridge open houses set this month

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Five questions to ask during doctor visits

LAST WEEK, WHILE whining about the whole Medicare “observation vs. admission” debacle, I concluded the column with, “So, what’s the real answer? Right: Stay healthy… Continue reading

Ice briefly closes U.S. Highway 101; wrecks reported near Elwha River bridge

Ice briefly closes U.S. Highway 101; wrecks reported near Elwha River bridge

U.S. Highway 101 was open to traffic Saturday after having been closed in both directions near the Elwha River bridge for nearly… Continue reading

Ice briefly closes U.S. Highway 101; wrecks reported near Elwha River bridge
Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe leader is guest speaker at Feiro fundraiser

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe leader is guest speaker at Feiro fundraiser

W. Ron Allen, CEO and tribal chairman of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, will speak at the Feiro Marine Life Center’s ninth annual… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe leader is guest speaker at Feiro fundraiser

LETTER: ‘Big Pharma’s’ buying the vote just another good reason for political shakeup

In the Jan. 20-21 letter to the editor in Peninsula Voices, “Drug prices,” the writer says that U.S. Sens. Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray were… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s an option for those of you who oppose abortions

To those of you who do not agree with abortion, here is a solution for you: All of you take your savings and build orphanages.… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s hoping history won’t repeat itself with Trump’s presidency

Democracy at work with a new president. Cheers by those emboldened by the change in power. Jeers by those who feel desperation. A quote from… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s how to fund education without imposing costs on businesses

Gov. Jay Inslee yet again wants to spend billions of dollars of other people’s money, this time ostensibly to comply with the state Supreme Court’s… Continue reading

LETTER: Inslee’s death penalty moratorium wasteful, shameful

Gov. Jay Inslee’s 2014 moratorium on state executions is wrong, foolish, stupid and shameful. His recent reprieve for the May 3, 1996, death sentence of… Continue reading