Clallam County

Port of Port Angeles commissioners state top four priorities

Originally, the plan had 18 initiatives — too many for the port’s level of staffing and requirements of ongoing operations, a port official said.

Cline Spit Beach reopened to swimmers

The waters were closed to recreational water use because of high levels of high concentrations of enterococcus bacteria.

Arts & Draughts seeks artwork

The three-day Port Angeles event will feature local beers and wines starting Sept. 23.

Gardening advice offered in season’s last Lunch in the Garden in Port Angeles

Gardening advice offered in season’s last Lunch in the Garden in Port Angeles

Master Gardeners to talk about harvesting pumpkins and winter squash, season extenders and putting the garden to bed.

Gardening advice offered in season’s last Lunch in the Garden in Port Angeles

LETTER: Wealthy interests drown out the rest of us

With the more fortunate given a voice, where does that leave anyone who can’t afford to spend millions?

Dr. Carol Vincent-Hall

Naturopath to discuss staying health during cold, flu season during Sequim presentation

The free forum will be at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 14.

Dr. Carol Vincent-Hall

PAT NEAL: What good is a fishing license?

Multitudes of happy tourists fished the Hoh this summer totally unaware they were breaking the law.

“The Volatile Language of Plants” will be presented by Pam Larsen on Sept. 8. (Clallam County Master Gardeners)

Presentation in Port Angeles to tell of plant defense system

The free presentation will be from noon to 1 p.m.

“The Volatile Language of Plants” will be presented by Pam Larsen on Sept. 8. (Clallam County Master Gardeners)

DNR updates Jefferson County on year’s timber sales revenue

Projection of $1.6 million represents an increase over last year.

Lummi Nation takes totem on protest against fossil fuel projects

Lummi Nation takes totem on protest against fossil fuel projects

The 5,000-mile journey marks the fourth year the tribe has launched a trip to create a unified front among tribes that are fighting plans for coal terminals and crude oil pipelines.

Lummi Nation takes totem on protest against fossil fuel projects

Clallam County at work on easements for section of Olympic Discovery Trail west of Port Angeles

Commissioners today will consider a 0.1-acre, $1,300 easement with a landowner.

Sequim to wrap up Music in the Park series tonight

A show is also planned in Port Angeles on Wednesday, as well as in Port Townsend on Thursday for the final Concert on the Dock.

Navy making strides with Port Angeles Harbor pier plans

Contract, expected to be awarded Tuesday, has maximum term of 18 months.

NEWS BRIEFS: Clallam health official to talk on opioid use … and other items

News items for the North Olympic Peninsula

Eroded Elwha River beach transformed after armoring removed

Eroded Elwha River beach transformed after armoring removed

Experts were surprised by how quickly the beach was transformed and the shorebirds and otters returned

Eroded Elwha River beach transformed after armoring removed

Port Angeles man still in serious condition after Lake Crescent wreck

Wyatt Hull remained in the intensive care unit at Harborview Medical Center on Sunday.

Obstruction Point Road reopens in Olympic National Park

Minimal activity from the Cox Valley fire allows for change in status on route.

British royalty to visit Victoria in September

An official welcome is planned Sept. 24 for Prince William and his wife Kate.

LETTER: It’s time for Port Angeles to confront another evil: dental floss

Now that fluoridation of city water has ended, the anti group can devote itself to a greater cause: wooden toothpick use.