Clallam County

Extra police patrols on lookout for impaired drivers

The patrols are part of Target Zero, which strives to end traffic deaths and serious injuries in Washington by 2030.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

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

LETTER: Clallam Public Utility District deceptive over I-732 analysis

The PUD commissioners’ report on the carbon tax proposal was skimpy on details and facts, large on speculation.

LETTER: Cruz was a risky candidate to begin with

Having not been born in this country, Ted Cruz would have made Hillary a shoo-in.

LETTER: Leadership summit a well-rounded, well-represented event

Locally, there was a 50 percent increase over last year.

LETTER: People have spoken with Trump as nominee

The party effort to silence him only reinforces the notion that the government is run from the top down.

LETTER: Sequim marina moorage rates not feasible

John Wayne Marina doesn’t have the services the Port Angeles port does.

Man found with cut leg after stabbing report in Port Angeles

He declined treatment by medics and was uncooperative, police said.

Rangers continue search for body of man lost when boat capsized near La Push

The man is missing and presumed drowned after a boat capsized Wednesday.

The Olympic Theatre Arts logo.

Olympic Theatre Arts presents Children’s Theatre production of ‘Captain Bree, Scourge of the Sea’

The show is the culmination of a two-week workshop by 20 young thespians.

The Olympic Theatre Arts logo.
UPDATE: Search continues for man killed when boat capsizes near La Push

UPDATE: Search continues for man killed when boat capsizes near La Push

Olympic National Park rangers continued to search Friday for the body of Clifford Dopps, 74.

UPDATE: Search continues for man killed when boat capsizes near La Push

Officials on watch for spurt in Olympic National Park fires

The fires are expected to grow with the onset of hot, dry conditions, the National Park Service said.

UPDATE: Port Hadlock home damaged in Thursday evening fire

UPDATE: Port Hadlock home damaged in Thursday evening fire

An elderly couple from Port Hadlock is temporarily homeless after a Thursday evening fire.

UPDATE: Port Hadlock home damaged in Thursday evening fire
Port Angeles residents fume over RVs, camping

Port Angeles residents fume over RVs, camping

Business residents and business owners talked to police this week about roving RVs, campers and panhandlers.

Port Angeles residents fume over RVs, camping
Weather expert: Little climate change effect on Peninsula — so far

Weather expert: Little climate change effect on Peninsula — so far

University of Washington professor Cliff Mass predicts the state will warm by 3 to 8 degrees Fahrenheit by 2100.

Weather expert: Little climate change effect on Peninsula — so far
Sequim City Band hosts Kingston’s The Hometown Band for outdoor concert Sunday

Sequim City Band hosts Kingston’s The Hometown Band for outdoor concert Sunday

Jas Linford will direct the Hometown Band which will open the program at the James Center for the Performing Arts.

Sequim City Band hosts Kingston’s The Hometown Band for outdoor concert Sunday

Readers Theatre Plus celebrates 10 years on Sunday

The event includes a live auction, entertainment and the Dewey Awards.

Valley of Trolls run Saturday in Gardiner

Valley of Trolls run Saturday in Gardiner

Hosted are half-marathon and 10-kilometer races, plus a 5-kilometer and a Kid’s Sprint for Health races.

Valley of Trolls run Saturday in Gardiner