Clallam County

Port Angeles Lefties baseball team to hold tryouts for public address announcer

Port Angeles Lefties baseball team to hold tryouts for public address announcer

Auditions are set during Major League Baseball playoff games at venues across the North Olympic Peninsula starting next month.

Port Angeles Lefties baseball team to hold tryouts for public address announcer
Clallam County plans phone upgrade, Tuesday night outage

Clallam County plans phone upgrade, Tuesday night outage

All Clallam County office phone numbers will be inoperative Tuesday night except 9-1-1.

Clallam County plans phone upgrade, Tuesday night outage

Clallam to consider revised vacation rental standards

County planners have simplified proposed rules for vacation rentals.

National Alliance on Mental Illness’ statewide conference coming to Port Angeles at month’s end

It is the first time the gathering of legal, medical and research professionals has been held in the city.

Verizon launches new network in Port Angeles

The city is one of 14 in the state to see the LTE Advanced network.

LETTER: Could dams have prevented Port Angeles water shortage?

If lakes Aldwell and Mills hadn’t disappeared, would we still have restrictions?

LETTER: Don’t miss out on the obvious when it comes to fluoride

Are double-blind studies really needed where such a wealth of experience indicates its benefits elsewhere?

LETTER: Donald Trump’s candidacy exposes what’s worst about GOP

He gets an F in everything but what conservatives secretly value most.

LETTER: Kaepernick’s actions shameful in view of top treatment

He dishonors the flag under which he and fellow black players earn millions of dollars.

LETTER: Snake oil salesmen live on in Trump

The Republican presidential candidate guarantees to solve all our problems — but how?

Information on using cover crops in home gardens will be presented by Master Gardener Bob Cain at noon Thursday at the County Commissioners Meeting Room of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.

Master Gardener to discuss cover crops

Conversation will cover gardening topics as part of the brown bag lunch series.

Information on using cover crops in home gardens will be presented by Master Gardener Bob Cain at noon Thursday at the County Commissioners Meeting Room of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.

Port Angeles motocross competitor dies following accident at race

Michael “Mikie” Procunier was being treated for a broken arm before going into cardiac arrest, officials said.

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Panel to consider pilot programs for private investors in four parks, including Fort Flagler

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Two remain in Seattle hospital after Highway 101 wreck on Elwha River bridge

A Forks man was still in critical condition Sunday at Harborview Medical Center while an Edmonds man was in satisfactory condition.

Guy Cole remodeling bids to be requested this fall

Guy Cole remodeling bids to be requested this fall

During a recent tour, Sequim City Council members heard updates on the remodel of the Guy Cole Convention Center in Carrie Blake Community Park and a list of what remains to be done.

Guy Cole remodeling bids to be requested this fall

Volunteers sought for October’s Crab Fest in Port Angeles

Volunteers who work enough shifts during Crab Fest will receive coupons for free half dinners as well as chances in prize drawings.

Ocean acidification, water supply topics of free forum

During a free program at the Red Lion Hotel in Port Angeles on Sept. 28 at 6 p.m., speakers will talk about how the ocean is acidifying and future water availability.

LETTER: For what’s wrong with American, look no further than the media

Accurate reporting would help stem the corruption and malfeasance that plague the U.S.

Three trees come down, knocking out power to 100 in Port Angeles

The outage put traffic lights out of commission on Eighth Street at its intersections with Cherry and Peabody streets.