Clallam County

CoastSaver of the Year named

CoastSaver of the Year named

Volunteer Liam Antrim has been named CoastSaver of the Year by Washington CoastSavers. Antrim, who lives in Sequim, is the resource protection specialist… Continue reading

CoastSaver of the Year named
Doctor: Officer shot in Mount Vernon gradually improving

Doctor: Officer shot in Mount Vernon gradually improving

A Mount Vernon police officer who was shot in the head while responding to a call last week is… Continue reading

Doctor: Officer shot in Mount Vernon gradually improving
Employees of Murrey’s Olympic Disposal, Inc., of Port Angeles assembled and delivered 65 bikes for children in need that were then donated to and distributed by Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula.

Employee ‘elves’ provide children bikes for Christmas

When 65 children in the Port Angeles area wake up this Christmas morning, each will be greeted by a shiny new bicycle… Continue reading

Employees of Murrey’s Olympic Disposal, Inc., of Port Angeles assembled and delivered 65 bikes for children in need that were then donated to and distributed by Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Twice-monthly breakfast meetings usually are held at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at… Continue reading

Forks man arrested for investigation of burglary

A tip led Clallam County sheriff’s deputies to arrest a Forks man suspected of burglary, theft and other crimes. Spencer T. Lindberg… Continue reading

Free public feasts offered today on Peninsula

Free public feasts offered today on Peninsula

Free holiday meals are planned on the North Olympic Peninsula on Christmas Day today. The dinners are arranged by community. CHIMACUM Tri-Area meal CHIMACUM —… Continue reading

Free public feasts offered today on Peninsula

HELP LINE: Not feeling merry? Try faking it

IT’S CHRISTMAS DAY 2016, which is a rather big deal, regardless of your religious or philosophical orientation. At best, it’s a joy-filled day of significant… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Family tradition continues on

HORSEPLAY: Family tradition continues on

who’ve traveled the country to participate in breed… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Family tradition continues on

LETTER: Trump acts like he is above the law

Mr. Trump says that his is not part of the establishment. Unfortunately, he is not talking about the political establishment, he is talking about the… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump understands while Obamas are in denial

First Lady Michele Obama is almost as entertaining and in denial as her husband, President Barack Obama. Michele says because Donald Trump was elected to… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Flight operations slated; representative wanted

There will be field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island at the outlying field Tuesday through… Continue reading

Leeks were recently picked from the snow-covered ground in Betsy Wharton’s garden. (Betsy Wharton/for Peninsula Daily News)

PENINSULA KITCHEN: You are what you eat

THIS HAS BEEN quite the winter for prolonged cold. As I write this, everything outside my house is frozen solid and there has been snow… Continue reading

Leeks were recently picked from the snow-covered ground in Betsy Wharton’s garden. (Betsy Wharton/for Peninsula Daily News)
Toys for Sequim Kids helps 400 local children this Christmas

Toys for Sequim Kids helps 400 local children this Christmas

Toys for Sequim Kids helped hundreds of local children once again this Christmas season. Organizers with Sequim Community Aid for the 69th annual… Continue reading

Toys for Sequim Kids helps 400 local children this Christmas
Toys for Tots plays Santa to more than 3,000 in Clallam County

Toys for Tots plays Santa to more than 3,000 in Clallam County

At least 3,188 children in Clallam County received toys from the Toys for Tots in Clallam County program this year. Steve Deutermann,… Continue reading

Toys for Tots plays Santa to more than 3,000 in Clallam County

Cold weather impacts electric bills

Cold weather means higher utility bills, and so far this winter has been colder than usual, according to the Clallam County Public Utility… Continue reading

GNU Snowboards team rider Temple Cummins snowboards at Hurricane Ridge on Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Snow for the holidays: Hurricane Ridge offers skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoe walks

Once the gifts are open and everyone has eaten a big holiday dinner, family members are sure to look for something else… Continue reading

GNU Snowboards team rider Temple Cummins snowboards at Hurricane Ridge on Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)
Judge to rule after Jan. 1 on radio, cellphone tower near Sequim

Judge to rule after Jan. 1 on radio, cellphone tower near Sequim

Judgment will be rendered after the first of the year on whether a 15-story radio and cellphone tower dressed up as a… Continue reading

Judge to rule after Jan. 1 on radio, cellphone tower near Sequim
State narrows choices for replacing Elwha River bridge

State narrows choices for replacing Elwha River bridge

State officials have decided to replace the dilapidated U.S. Highway 101 Elwha River bridge rather than abandon it and reroute traffic onto… Continue reading

State narrows choices for replacing Elwha River bridge
Three drug stores on the brink: Deal to involve Rite Aids

Three drug stores on the brink: Deal to involve Rite Aids

The sale of the North Olympic Peninsula’s only Rite Aid Corp. stores — two in Port Angeles and one in Sequim —… Continue reading

Three drug stores on the brink: Deal to involve Rite Aids

Port Angeles mayor suggests new approach to opioid addiction problem

The mayor of Port Angeles wants to see a community-based plan put in place to address Clallam County’s heroin and opioid addiction… Continue reading