Clallam County

‘He died for love’: Medal of Honor recipient honored at his grave

‘He died for love’: Medal of Honor recipient honored at his grave

Community members, local veterans and members of the United States Army and Navy gathered on Veterans Day to honor the nation’s only Navy… Continue reading

‘He died for love’: Medal of Honor recipient honored at his grave

ON THE WATERFRONT: Port Angeles terminal construction to pave way for water treatment

CONTRACTORS HAVE BEEN digging in the dirt around Terminal 3 in Port Angeles for the past couple of weeks. I asked around and determined that… Continue reading

Man shot in leg now at Harborview Medical Center

A man who was shot in the leg was transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. The man, who has not been… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: ‘News flash’ alerts watchers to snow geese sightings in Sequim area

A FEW DAYS ago, a “news flash” came across my desk. Actually, it was a bird-watcher’s news flash. Reporters in the field Joan and Chuck… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Private practice moves to new location in Port Angeles … and other items

Peninsula WorkFit, the private practice of occupational therapist Nancy J. Johns, is downsizing and changing location. Moving from the office at First… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: Panel to hear about 3 Crabs road, bridge

The three Clallam County commissioners will hear a status report on the new road and bridge for 3 Crabs Road on Monday. The work session… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Don’t allow loneliness to become your life

LAST WEEK, I went on about loneliness. I talked about how lethal loneliness can be, and I wasn’t kidding. Then, I urged those of us… Continue reading

LETTER: ‘Faithless elector’ puts his own narrow interests above the electorate’s

Satiacum critic I am outraged by the decision of a Democratic elector, Robert Satiacum, to refuse to vote for Hillary Clinton in the Electoral College.… Continue reading

LETTER: Reach out and rise above the rancor of this election year

Please, good people everywhere, reach out in kindness and reconciliation to all who are in peril from such hard and dangerous politicizing during this election… Continue reading

LETTER: Recent writer misconstrues intent of Clallam’s noxious weed plan

The writer of a recent letter claims mowing is the only tool for controlling noxious weeds.  This statement is false. I attended the presentation proposing… Continue reading

LETTER: Stop blaming each other and join ranks against destructive Trump policies

Regardless of why Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump and whether one should have invested more or any time and energy in promoting Hillary over… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Power restored after electrical outage in Forks … and other items

Electrical power was restored just before noon Saturday to about 500 Clallam County Public Utility District customers who lost power for about two… Continue reading

PENINSULA HORSEPLAY: Riders hoof it through bad weather

PENINSULA HORSEPLAY: Riders hoof it through bad weather

INCLEMENT WEATHER AND sloppy ground didn’t deter fans of Jefferson County’s Silver Spurs 4-H horse shows. And why would it when the last show of… Continue reading

PENINSULA HORSEPLAY: Riders hoof it through bad weather
PENINSULA KITCHEN: ‘Tis the season for pie recipes

PENINSULA KITCHEN: ‘Tis the season for pie recipes

IT’S NEARING THANKSGIVING, and, as has been the case every other year during my marriage, it’s my turn to host the family meal in our… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: ‘Tis the season for pie recipes

Peninsula sites proposed for state trust land exchange

Three sites on the North Olympic Peninsula, including an off-stream reservoir for the Dungeness River, have been proposed in a state trust… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump’s terrifying election a reminder of Berlin in the 1930s

On the anniversary of the 1938 pogrom known as “night of broken glass,” Americans elected a demagogue and clinical sociopath as president. He was endorsed… Continue reading

Forks woman arrested in death of toddler

A 44-year-old Forks woman is under investigation in the death of a 2-year-old boy. Ramona Jean Ward allegedly caused a traumatic brain injury… Continue reading

Sequim School Board approves $5.75 million capital project levy plan

Sequim School Board approves $5.75 million capital project levy plan

A storied but mostly unused Sequim school building and the district’s central kitchen are due for… Continue reading

Sequim School Board approves $5.75 million capital project levy plan
Jacob Soule and Karen Anderson were reunited with their dog Miley thanks to brothers Justin and Adam from Montana, who found the dog while hiking the Mount Walker trail. (Valorie Williams)

Miley’s back home: Dog found after she went missing from wreck near Brinnon

Miley, a dog missing for two days after a vehicle collision near Brinnon, was returned to her owners by two hikers who found… Continue reading

Jacob Soule and Karen Anderson were reunited with their dog Miley thanks to brothers Justin and Adam from Montana, who found the dog while hiking the Mount Walker trail. (Valorie Williams)

Port of Port Angeles looking for feedback on tax increase proposal

The Port of Port Angeles commissioners are looking for feedback on a proposed property tax rate increase of 1.87 percent. If the… Continue reading