Clallam County

Clallam County looks at climate change plans

Clallam County is stepping up its efforts to address climate change, Commissioner Mark Ozias said last week. County officials will be more… Continue reading

Gov. Inslee proposes carbon tax, with most revenue to fund schools

Gov. Inslee proposes carbon tax, with most revenue to fund schools

Gov. Jay Inslee will try to convince lawmakers in the upcoming session to do something voters wouldn’t last month — approve a new… Continue reading

Gov. Inslee proposes carbon tax, with most revenue to fund schools
Fake news epidemic hits home for Sedro-Woolley family

Fake news epidemic hits home for Sedro-Woolley family

Tim McCray signed into Facebook a few weeks ago and scrolled through his news feed as he… Continue reading

Fake news epidemic hits home for Sedro-Woolley family
Gig Harbor couple’s messages in a bottle tie strangers together

Gig Harbor couple’s messages in a bottle tie strangers together

Somewhere on the currents of Puget Sound is a clear glass wine bottle containing a conversation.… Continue reading

Gig Harbor couple’s messages in a bottle tie strangers together

New trial date set in Port Angeles stabbing case

John Greystoke, a Port Angeles man charged with stabbing a roommate in the abdomen, has a new trial date. Greystoke, 50, is… Continue reading

Clallam County raises camping fees by $2

It will cost a couple of extra bucks to camp at Salt Creek or the Dungeness Recreation Area next year. Clallam County… Continue reading

LETTER: I feel safer now that Trump is in office, reign of Obama is over

Feel safer now I didn’t think it could get any worse than the Clintons’ scandals, but that was before the eight years of Obama. It… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles vet clinic collecting Toys for Tots … and other items

Blue Mountain Animal Clinic, 2972 Old Olympic Highway, is joining the U.S. Marine Corps in its Toys for Tots campaign. The shelter… Continue reading

Peninsula Home Fund helps family find peace in time for Christmas, birth

Peninsula Home Fund helps family find peace in time for Christmas, birth

By Diane Urbani de la Paz For Peninsula Daily News EDITOR’S NOTE: For 28 years, Peninsula Daily News readers in Jefferson and Clallam counties have… Continue reading

Peninsula Home Fund helps family find peace in time for Christmas, birth

Alabama fugitive’s court hearing delayed

A court hearing for a fugitive who allegedly escaped from an Alabama prison and was caught in Port Angeles on Oct. 1… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Company for the holidays, both feathered and family

GUESTS DURING THE holidays can also be Christmas gifts, especially when one is a favorite cousin from Florida. A planned entertainment schedule isn’t needed, but… Continue reading

Dusting of snow makes Peninsula roads slick

Dusting of snow makes Peninsula roads slick

A dusting of snow Saturday morning proved to create slippery roadways for drivers and was implicated in a five-car collision in Port Townsend. A state… Continue reading

Dusting of snow makes Peninsula roads slick

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar &Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s agenda was not… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: Port Angeles to mull way to avoid fire insurance rating downgrade

The Port Angeles City Council will consider one of seven measures to prevent a downgrade of the city’s fire insurance rating and subsequent rise in… Continue reading

Faithless electors have no guarantees; judge declines to grant injunction

A federal appeals court in Seattle has rejected an effort by two Democratic presidential electors from Washington state who sought to ensure they won’t get… Continue reading

Growler, Super Hornet operations suspended after incident

North Olympic Peninsula residents were given a reprieve from jet noise this weekend after all FA-18 Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler operations were… Continue reading

Hearing set for proposed Dungeness radio, cell tower

A public hearing regarding a proposed 150-foot-tall FM radio and cellular phone tower in Sequim is set for 2 p.m. Tuesday in… Continue reading

HELP LINE: For gifts, think about what elders need

THIS IS NORMALLY the time of the year when I’ve occasionally provided abnormal Christmas shopping lists for the errant gift-givers among us who, having an… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District Commissioners Ben Pacheco, left, and Donna Buck accept the first-place trophy for the Washington Fire Commissioners Association’s Management Excellence Award. (Clallam County Fire District No. 4)

Joyce Fire Department honored third year in a row

The Joyce Fire Department has been awarded first place for management excellence by the Washington Fire Commissioners Association. This marks the third year… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District Commissioners Ben Pacheco, left, and Donna Buck accept the first-place trophy for the Washington Fire Commissioners Association’s Management Excellence Award. (Clallam County Fire District No. 4)

LETTER: Get ready for a repeat of 1930s Berlin with Trump’s presidency

A comparison of the hatred and violence in Nazi Germany from 1933-38 to the potential repeat of history from the Trump presidency, as I pointed… Continue reading