Clallam County

OMC takes on $20 million bond

Olympic Medical Center commissioners unanimously decided to take on a $20 million bond during a recent meeting. The loan will be used… Continue reading

Tidepools wins regional award

Tidepools wins regional award

Peninsula College’s Tidepools magazine beat out colleges in Alaska, California, Oregon, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Washington and Wyoming to take home first… Continue reading

Tidepools wins regional award
Sequim High variety show ‘A Holiday Spectacular’

Sequim High variety show ‘A Holiday Spectacular’

Sequim High School’s senior class of 2017 brings song, dance and plenty of comedy to the… Continue reading

Sequim High variety show ‘A Holiday Spectacular’

Adults urged to color outside the library in Port Angeles

Those 21 and older can unwind with a cold beverage and a coloring book during Coloring Outside the Library, hosted by the… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: First Federal hires new mortgage loan officer … and other items

First Federal has added a new mortgage loan officer to its mortgage lending team. Melanie Pilgrim was most recently a loan officer… Continue reading

Dive-in movie, choo-choo rides, gingerbread house contest this weekend

A “dive-in” movie, choo-choo rides and a gingerbread house contest are among the weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. For more about the Second… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items

Fairmount Restaurant, 1127 W. Highway 101, will host a performance by Luck of the Draw and Vertigo North from 6 to 8… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items
Former Sequim band leader turns his music page to ‘Psalms’

Former Sequim band leader turns his music page to ‘Psalms’

David Isaac Rivers thinks his latest project might be unlike anything you’ve heard before. The former… Continue reading

Former Sequim band leader turns his music page to ‘Psalms’

ISSUES OF FAITH: To know Christ is the perfect gift

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. All this is from… Continue reading

LETTER: A lament for low fish numbers

Winter chinook (blackmouth) season for sportfishermen has begun and is scheduled to continue through mid-April. With predominantly sub-legal salmon available, fishermen willing to brave the… Continue reading

LETTER: Sarcastic letter reminds me why I didn’t reach out post-election

Foolishly, I was swayed by those letters to the editor asking us to come together now that the election is over. We are all Americans,… Continue reading

Live from Sequim, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’; radio show presented one weekend only

Live from Sequim, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’; radio show presented one weekend only

One of the most beloved Christmas stories is on Olympic Theatre Arts’ stage through this weekend.… Continue reading

Live from Sequim, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’; radio show presented one weekend only

NEWS BRIEFS: Conductor replacement to take place in Port Angeles alley starting Monday … and other items

Replacement of overhead conductors in the Front Street-First Street alley between Washington and Alder streets will begin Monday and continue through the… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony Chorus will make debut Saturday

Port Angeles Symphony Chorus will make debut Saturday

Before laying hands on piano keys, Joy Lingerfelt cites some research.… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony Chorus will make debut Saturday

Clallam County United Way reaches halfway point in fundraising campaign

The United Way of Clallam County has reached the halfway point in its 2016 fundraising campaign. “So far, more than $419,000 has… Continue reading

Clallam County eyes $1.5 million savings/revenue target

Clallam County officials have their work cut out for 2017. The three commissioners, other elected officials and department heads will attempt to… Continue reading

Clallam County mulls camping fee hikes

Overnight camping fees are expected to increase at Clallam County’s signature parks next year. Exactly how much county residents and out-of-town campers… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles School Board releases agenda for today’s meeting … and other items

The Port Angeles School Board will elect officers for the new year when it meets today. The board will meet in regular… Continue reading

Sequim schools gets no takers for ‘con’ argument of ballot measure

When ballot information for the Feb. 14 special election is available, voters in the Sequim School District likely will see an argument for… Continue reading

Sequim schools seeing growth at fourth-, fifth-grade levels

An unexpected surge in student enrollment at Greywolf Elementary School has pushed classroom sizes to their… Continue reading