Clallam County

NOAA scientist to review Clallam County herbicide plan

An ecotoxicologist will review a Clallam County proposal to deploy herbicides in the battle against noxious weeds. Commissioner Mark Ozias announced Tuesday… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Daily Grind raising tips for a cause; wine winners announced

The Daily Grind Espresso will host its eighth annual adopt-a-family this Sunday and Monday. All tips raised those days by the baristas at both locations… Continue reading

LETTER: A Christmas delight on Diamond Point Road

from the North Pole, I’m sure — Santa’s hardworking elves did it once more. Diamond Point Road is transformed… Continue reading

LETTER: So I’m a deplorable racist, sexist facist because I didn’t vote for Clinton

Let’s see if I understand what I’m reading in the newspaper and on social media, and hear on TV and the radio, regarding the outcome… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles police investigate break-in … and other items

Port Angeles police are asking for help identifying suspects after a failed burglary. A resident on the 1500 block of South Pine… Continue reading

Port Angeles church donates to disabled veterans

Port Angeles church donates to disabled veterans

A Port Angeles church donated $500 Tuesday to Chapter 9 of the Disabled American Veterans in Port Angeles, with hopes that other… Continue reading

Port Angeles church donates to disabled veterans
Still wary after racial attack in Port Angeles; four months later, police still investigating

Still wary after racial attack in Port Angeles; four months later, police still investigating

More than four months after being assaulted in a suspected hate crime, 22-year-old… Continue reading

Still wary after racial attack in Port Angeles; four months later, police still investigating
A stolen truck crashed into a ditch at the intersection of Jesslyn Lane and Sequim-Dungeness Way on Monday night after a brief pursuit by Clallam County Sheriff’s Office deputies. (Sgt. Randy Pieper/Clallam County Sheriff’s Office)

Sequim woman accused of stealing, crashing truck after police pursuit

A Sequim woman appeared in Clallam County Superior Court on Tuesday after deputies say she led them on a pursuit that ended once… Continue reading

A stolen truck crashed into a ditch at the intersection of Jesslyn Lane and Sequim-Dungeness Way on Monday night after a brief pursuit by Clallam County Sheriff’s Office deputies. (Sgt. Randy Pieper/Clallam County Sheriff’s Office)

Timber sales to provide $7.3 million in Clallam County; state official tells of errors

Timber sales will generate about $7.3 million for Clallam County and its junior taxing districts in 2016, state officials projected. The state… Continue reading

Zoning changes made for Carlsborg Urban Growth Area

Higher zoning densities have been approved for the Carlsborg Urban Growth Area. Clallam County commissioners Tuesday passed a series of ordinances that… Continue reading

Peninsula Friends of Animals volunteers made about 1,200 pairs of potholders in 2015 and since 2006 they’ve raised about $180,000 for the no-kill, cageless shelter and the organization’s spay/neuter program. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim shelter volunteers hit milestone mark in donation program

One idea and a kind gesture have grown into a significant revenue stream to help local… Continue reading

Peninsula Friends of Animals volunteers made about 1,200 pairs of potholders in 2015 and since 2006 they’ve raised about $180,000 for the no-kill, cageless shelter and the organization’s spay/neuter program. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
Dozens arrested during US protests for higher minimum wages

Dozens arrested during US protests for higher minimum wages

Dozens of people were arrested Tuesday as they participated in protests nationwide for a $15-per-hour minimum wage. Fast-food restaurant workers… Continue reading

Dozens arrested during US protests for higher minimum wages

Emergency information to be presented at Sequim wellness forum Dec. 14

Capt. Derrell Sharp of Clallam County Fire District No. 3 will present a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum, “When to Call 9-1-1… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Delays expected at Elwha River bridge this Thursday … and other items

Drivers are expected to encounter delays at the Elwha River bridge on U.S. Highway 101 on Thursday. The state Department of Transportation… Continue reading

Seattle area home prices surge — biggest growth in US

The Seattle area has the hottest housing market in the country — the first time in nine years that Seattle… Continue reading

Forest Service favors Navy permits for warfare rangeDraft decision expected today

The National Forest Service intends to grant a five-year special use permit that would allow Navy jet pilots to engage in electromagnetic… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Lazy J Tree Farm owner Steve Johnson, left, measures a Nordmann fir tree cut by Mike Deese of Port Angeles on Saturday on the farm east of Port Angeles.

Choosing the perfect Christmas treeU-cut trees available on Peninsula

Those looking for a more personal Christmas tree experience, or to continue a long-standing family tradition, can forego pre-cut trees and pick… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Lazy J Tree Farm owner Steve Johnson, left, measures a Nordmann fir tree cut by Mike Deese of Port Angeles on Saturday on the farm east of Port Angeles.
Sequim woman arrested following alleged vehicle theft, pursuit Monday night

Sequim woman arrested following alleged vehicle theft, pursuit Monday night

A 20-year-old Sequim woman was booked into the Clallam County jail after deputies say she led them on a pursuit that ended once… Continue reading

Sequim woman arrested following alleged vehicle theft, pursuit Monday night

Attracting winter birds topic of upcoming program

Winter Care and Feeding in the Garden will be the topic of the next program in the Backyard Birding series. Christie Lassen of… Continue reading

Santa part of special holiday gathering in Sekiu

Santa Claus is coming to the Sekiu Community Center on Sunday during the 28th annual Children’s Winter Faire. The free faire will… Continue reading