Clallam County

A GROWING CONCERN: Some crucial issues to consider for right plant, right spot

Mature plant size is a major consideration when picking a plant, particularly since our weather is ideal for growing.

BIRD WATCH: Look to the skies along Hood Canal for great birding

Because this body of water is popular with migrating birds, it is also one of those spots where the unexpected can be expected.

Blyn naturalist publishes guide to Northwest

Blyn naturalist publishes guide to Northwest

The author, Robert Steelquist, 65, has lived in Blyn for 35 years and has extensive knowledge of the local wilderness.

Blyn naturalist publishes guide to Northwest
Donations sought at Arts & Draughts for sculpture

Donations sought at Arts & Draughts for sculpture

The piece is one of the few kinetic sculptures in the Port Angeles Downtown Association’s Art on the Town collection of more than 60 pieces.

Donations sought at Arts & Draughts for sculpture

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.

Federal Way man jailed after wreck near La Push

Jeffrey Scott Alma, 30, was booked on investigation of felony hit-and-run with injury, driving under the influence, violation of a protection order and fourth-degree assault.

HELP LINE: A simple way to start saving for retirement

A government website helps people begin a retirement savings account and determine their contributions.

HORSEPLAY: Local girls place at state fair; dealing with a case of colic

HORSEPLAY: Local girls place at state fair; dealing with a case of colic

Three Clallam County girls earned ribbons and placings at the Washington State Fair. Karen’s horse Indy develops, and is treated for, colic.

HORSEPLAY: Local girls place at state fair; dealing with a case of colic

LETTER: Hillary Clinton a ‘repulsive’ human being

The November election is our only chance to turn around the country and prevent her from presiding over it.

LETTER: Liberals’ weak foreign policy agenda has undermined stability in the Middle East

A recent letter writer got it wrong when he blamed the situation on the media’s disengagement.

LETTER: Political correctness masks true extent of illegal immigration’s harm

There are 11 million illegal aliens in our borders? Why aren’t more people up in arms about that?

LETTER: Port Angeles dog owners acting like Californians

Pick up after your four-legged friends, people!

New trial dates in standoff, jail assault cases

The defense attorney for Ordez Eugene Kompkoff says she is still awaiting the results of a psychiatric evaluation.

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Lamb a tasty burger alternative

Lamb, which can be obtained locally, is an alternative meat for homemade burgers.

Shooting sows terror at Washington mall; shooter on loose

Shooting sows terror at Washington mall; shooter on loose

Those who survived were still trying to process what happened as their community became the latest entry on a list of places known by the rest of world for mass shootings.

Shooting sows terror at Washington mall; shooter on loose

Tuesday drill to practice response to maritime disaster

Port Angeles residents will see activity in the Strait off Ediz Hook and around the Port Angeles Coast Guard base beginning at about 8 a.m. Tuesday.

Volunteers clear tons of trash from Coastal, Strait beaches

Volunteers clear tons of trash from Coastal, Strait beaches

The International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) is a global cleanup effort organized by the Ocean Conservancy each third Saturday of September.

Volunteers clear tons of trash from Coastal, Strait beaches
Olympic Medical Center CEO’s salary raised

Olympic Medical Center CEO’s salary raised

Effective Oct. 1, Eric Lewis will earn $225,000 annually, a $21,722 increase since his previous raise in 2014.

Olympic Medical Center CEO’s salary raised