Clallam County

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

Bike tracks lead to Port Angeles man’s arrest

Port Angeles police say someone found a stolen bike by following its tracks in the snow. Brandon Roberts, 24, of Port Angeles… Continue reading

Port Angeles man arrested after naked burglary

A Port Angeles man was booked into the Clallam County jail after a resident returned home to find him naked in his… Continue reading

Evans Wilderness bill awaits Obama’s signature

A bill passed by Congress to rename the Olympic Wilderness within Olympic National Park the Daniel J. Evans Wilderness to honor the… Continue reading

LETTER: Port Townsend speaker betrays cultural streak of left to suppress free speech

The intellectual shallowness of Zhaleh Almaee Weinblatt of the Mandala Center for Change of Port Townsend shows through as she is trying to affix labels… Continue reading

Progress made on Port Angeles performing arts center

Progress made on Port Angeles performing arts center

Plans for the Port Angeles Waterfront Center are moving forward as its nonprofit hires an interim executive director, chooses an architect firm… Continue reading

Progress made on Port Angeles performing arts center
Pipeline expansion worries some on behalf of southern resident orcas

Pipeline expansion worries some on behalf of southern resident orcas

Environmental activists from the United States and Canada are expressing concerns over a newly approved expansion of a Canadian oil pipeline, saying it could threaten… Continue reading

Pipeline expansion worries some on behalf of southern resident orcas
Port of Port Angeles completes repairs of Terminal 1

Port of Port Angeles completes repairs of Terminal 1

The Port of Port Angeles has completed nearly $5 million in repairs and improvements on Terminal 1, its oldest piece of infrastructure.… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles completes repairs of Terminal 1
Numbers vary on turbine electrical generation; intent not power production, Port Angeles city says

Numbers vary on turbine electrical generation; intent not power production, Port Angeles city says

Three wind turbines erected at the city’s Waterfront Park in mid-September that cost $107,516 will generate $1.39 worth of electricity a day… Continue reading

Numbers vary on turbine electrical generation; intent not power production, Port Angeles city says

‘Blame it on Canada’: Cold air likely to bring snow

Canada, it seems, is responsible for snowy conditions forecast to invade the North Olympic Peninsula tonight and Monday. “You can blame it… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: 10 gifts to choose from for gardening friends

AFTER A PROLONGED, unseasonably frost-free autumn, Old Man Winter decided to make an early appearance (winter begins Wednesday Dec. 21, at 2:44 a.m.) and delivered… Continue reading

Alleged stabber deemed competent to stand trial

A Port Angeles man charged with stabbing his roommate in the abdomen in April is competent to stand trial, a forensic psychologist… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Some standby gifts for bird lovers

THREE OLD STANDBYS top the list for gift-giving bird-watchers or hints for bird-watchers to drop. They also work as gifts to give when introducing someone… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Storage, truck rental company to open new facility in Sequim next summer … and other items

Sequim Self Storage & Penske Truck Rental will open a location at 40 Taylor Cutoff Road next summer. The new facility will offer… Continue reading

Carlsborg woman arrested on selling, possessing drugs

A Carlsborg woman was arrested outside the Clallam County Courthouse for investigation of possessing and selling drugs and third-degree driving with a… Continue reading

Death probe continues as prosecutors seek more information in Neah Bay resident’s death

Death probe continues as prosecutors seek more information in Neah Bay resident’s death

A recommendation to charge longtime suspect Tina Marie Alcorn with murder in the early spring bludgeoning death of Neah Bay resident George… Continue reading

Death probe continues as prosecutors seek more information in Neah Bay resident’s death