Clallam County

Cherie Kidd on Feb. 2 council meeting: ‘I have learned from this experience’

Cherie Kidd on Feb. 2 council meeting: ‘I have learned from this experience’

The Port Angeles City Council will consider admonishment Oct. 4.

Cherie Kidd on Feb. 2 council meeting: ‘I have learned from this experience’

Port Angeles to post fluoridation decision on city website

The announcement will cost the city nothing, since it will be shared online instead of through the mail.

Clallam County disc golf course taking shape

The long-planned course sits on 40 acres of county land on the Miller Peninsula about 9 miles east of Sequim and 2 miles from the Jefferson County line.

Sequim School District hired interim finance director

Sequim School District hired interim finance director

Heidi Hietpas started the one-year interim position Sept. 14.

Sequim School District hired interim finance director
Port Angeles Coast Guard crew evacuates man from cruise ship

Port Angeles Coast Guard crew evacuates man from cruise ship

The 66-year-old man was airlifted to Olympic Medical Center overnight.

Port Angeles Coast Guard crew evacuates man from cruise ship

BUSINESS BRIEFS: OMC employees recognized during recent board meeting … and other items

Business news items for the North Olympic Peninsula.

LETTER: National Park Service should be embarrassed over paltry number of fish in Elwha

It’s been three years since the Glines Canyon and Elwha dams were removed, and the NPS is touting 16 fish in an area where there should be many more.

Washington voters face question of campaign finance reform

Washington voters face question of campaign finance reform

Initiative 1464’s voucher system would give voters three $50 “democracy credits” that they can use in state races every two years.

Washington voters face question of campaign finance reform
John Gallagher

Port Angeles instructor regional teacher of year;Quincy teacher chosen as state teacher of year

The person who nominated John Gallagher his “impact on students at Port Angeles High School is profound.”

John Gallagher

LETTER: Wage hike initiative all about fairness

Despite what a recent letter writer thinks, salary hikes are needed in today’s economy.

PA man faces assault, robbery and drug charges

The victim required 17 stitches to his ear following a robbery and assault.

Police: Man held for investigation of DUI, hitting car and motorcycle, and leading police on chase in Port Angeles

Police: Man held for investigation of DUI, hitting car and motorcycle, and leading police on chase in Port Angeles

Authorities say Richard Speedy also caused damage as he made his way through the city. No one was injured.

Police: Man held for investigation of DUI, hitting car and motorcycle, and leading police on chase in Port Angeles
Popular film festival venue gears up for big weekend in Port Townsend

Popular film festival venue gears up for big weekend in Port Townsend

“We have a few venues, but the Starlight is everyone’s favorite,” said the Port Townsend Film Festival executive director.

Popular film festival venue gears up for big weekend in Port Townsend

Prescribed burns planned in Olympic National Forest

The burns are planned throughout the next month to six weeks.

Patricia Morrison Coate/Olympic Peninsula News Group                                Seth Larson is the new owner of Freds, an emergency supplies and gun store in Sequim.                                Patricia Morrison Coate/Olympic Peninsula News Group                                Seth Larson is the new owner of Freds, an emergency supplies and gun store in Sequim.

New gun store opens in Sequim

Business focus is on emergency supplies, safety, personal protection

Patricia Morrison Coate/Olympic Peninsula News Group                                Seth Larson is the new owner of Freds, an emergency supplies and gun store in Sequim.                                Patricia Morrison Coate/Olympic Peninsula News Group                                Seth Larson is the new owner of Freds, an emergency supplies and gun store in Sequim.

PAT NEAL: Eating crow about Elwha salmon

It was a regrettable lapse in my search for truth that allowed me to question the salmon’s ability to swim up the Elwha once the dams were taken out.

Forks man dies in Harborview after wreck on Elwha River bridge

Emmett D. Treichel, 77, had suffered an unspecified medical emergency and was hurt in the head-on collision Friday.

While humpback whales are on rebound, some that visit Washington are still struggling

While humpback whales are on rebound, some that visit Washington are still struggling

Two of the populations that migrate off the state’s coast are still a concern.

While humpback whales are on rebound, some that visit Washington are still struggling