Clallam County

LETTER: Don’t be suckered in by the character assassinations of Hillary Clinton

The GOP has spent close to $80 million investigating the Clintons and coming up with nothing.

LETTER: How can Hillary claim to care about American children?

Her policies encourage illegal immigrants and refugees to take our jobs for a lower wage while illegally benefiting from the system.

LETTER: I predict Trump will pull out of the race by mid-October

The Republican presidential nominee loses in the Electoral College race as opposed to the popular vote and will refuse to concede a loss to Hillary Clinton.

LETTER: Say to Initiative 1433 on the minimum-wage hike

The measure would, according to some, produce a greater benefit and offset any costs rather than living the minimum wage $7.25 an hour.

LETTER: Trump used tax benefit exclusive to real estate developers to his benefit

We need to send a message on Election Day that this potential avoidance of paying taxes for nearly two decades is unacceptable and untenable.

LETTER: Vote Larson, DeWolf and Zempel for state Supreme Court justices

These candidates will bring the Constitution and checks and balances back to the fore at the state high court as opposed to partisanship.

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Crisp, fall evenings inspire recipe re-do

A request from her daughter, combined with the cool autumn evenings, sends Sanford in search of tortellini recipe.

Port of Port Angeles taking another look at Boat Haven management proposals

A special telephone meeting to review the proposals will be announced soon.

Secretary of state offers voting information in pamphlet

Those who do not receive a pamphlet by Oct. 17 are urged to contact the Elections Division.

Farmer Sam McCullough uses his combine to harvest quinoa near Sequim. Quinoa, a trendy South American grain, barely has a foothold in American agriculture, but a handful of farmers and university researchers are working toward changing that. (Ted S. Warren/The Associated Press)

South American grain takes root in Sequim

Nash Huber harvests quinoa commercially last month

Farmer Sam McCullough uses his combine to harvest quinoa near Sequim. Quinoa, a trendy South American grain, barely has a foothold in American agriculture, but a handful of farmers and university researchers are working toward changing that. (Ted S. Warren/The Associated Press)

State warns against eating too many razor clams

Domoic acid is a naturally occurring toxin frequently found in shellfish and at high levels may cause amnesic shellfish poisoning.

Storms blows into Peninsula, turns to rain

Trees were toppled and outages hit some areas.

LETTER: Randy Johnson would be invaluable in linking timber with job creation

The Clallam County commissioner candidate has a background that would help ensure local benefits.

Two trapped as tree falls on Port Angeles mobile home

Two trapped as tree falls on Port Angeles mobile home

No one was injured but firefighters had to open the side of the mobile home so residents could exit.

Two trapped as tree falls on Port Angeles mobile home

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is today in Sequim

The event celebrates breast cancer survivors and commemorates those who lost the battle.

Clallam County commissioner candidates talk about school bonds, drugs, homelessness

Clallam County commissioner candidates talk about school bonds, drugs, homelessness

Randy Johnson and Ron Richards, who spoke to about 50 people at a forum Tuesday, are vying for the District 2 commissioner seat, which covers Port Angeles.

Clallam County commissioner candidates talk about school bonds, drugs, homelessness
Port Angeles City Council opts for statement, not admonishment against Cherie Kidd

Port Angeles City Council opts for statement, not admonishment against Cherie Kidd

After deadlocking on a vote to admonish the deputy mayor for abruptly adjourning a Feb. 2 meeting, council members voted 4-2 to read a general statement to the public.

Port Angeles City Council opts for statement, not admonishment against Cherie Kidd
Sanctions remain against state in McCleary education funding case

Sanctions remain against state in McCleary education funding case

The state Supreme Court has ruled that $100,000-a-day sanctions should continue against the state while a task force works to determine how the state will fully fund basic education.

Sanctions remain against state in McCleary education funding case