Clallam County

Two men arraigned on kidnapping charges following incident in Sequim

Christopher Charles Cooper and Jerez Darren McGrew have pleaded not guilty.

LETTER: Port Angeles’ fluoridation decision will have impact far into future

I directly witnessed the slow, steady improvement in the teeth of my patients since water fluoridation began.

State Patrol: Motorcyclist strikes pickup truck from behind on Highway 112

Port Angeles man in serious condition in Seattle hospital after wreck near Freshwater Bay Road.

Senator aims to increase affordable housing

Senator aims to increase affordable housing

Maria Cantwell makes a visit to Port Townsend

Senator aims to increase affordable housing
Largest of Olympic National Park fires now tops 700 acres

Largest of Olympic National Park fires now tops 700 acres

Officials expect moderated fire activity with lower termperatures following warm spell.

Largest of Olympic National Park fires now tops 700 acres
Jefferson County’s Proctor House offers unique solution for troubled youth

Jefferson County’s Proctor House offers unique solution for troubled youth

Juveniles who have offended can still attend school, after-school programs and maintain jobs while serving time in detention.

Jefferson County’s Proctor House offers unique solution for troubled youth

Recent hire brings Port Townsend Police Department to full staffing levels

Plan calls for two full-time detectives and a school resource officer once all new officers are fully trained.

Tort claim could end in repeal of emergency measure against large buildings in rural Clallam areas

Claimant is a woman who wants to build a 32,000-square-foot bed and breakfast on East Sequim Bay Road.

Clallam County Historical Society prepares huge sale set to start this weekend in Port Angeles

Clallam County Historical Society prepares huge sale set to start this weekend in Port Angeles

Organizers: Members get first chance Thursday with wide variety of items at fundraising event.

Clallam County Historical Society prepares huge sale set to start this weekend in Port Angeles

Clallam Fire District No. 2 gets grant for defibrillators, nozzles

$23,000 from Federal Emergency Management Agency will help replace aging equipment.

Baby’s headstone finds a home in Olalla 74 years after his death

Baby’s headstone finds a home in Olalla 74 years after his death

Infant Martin Edwin Brooks died in 1942, and his headstone had been with the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office since 2012.

Baby’s headstone finds a home in Olalla 74 years after his death

NEWS BRIEFS: Journey of Pax talk set for Aug. 30 … and other items

News items for the North Olympic Peninsula.

HELP LINE: How using ‘elderspeak’ can be considered offensive by some

It’s rarely meant to insult, but it does or can because it sends a message: “I don’t think you can keep up with me.”

Port Angeles city attorney struggles with definition of profanity

Bill Bloor is preparing guiding principles for City Council members on a ban against use of profanity that they imposed on themselves.

Complete burn bans called for North Olympic Peninsula

The state Department of Natural resources raised the fire danger Thursday afternoon.

Record-breaking heat fuels Olympic National Park fires

Record-breaking heat fuels Olympic National Park fires

Heat, low humidity and wind all contributed, but the heat wave is expected to begin cooling today.

Record-breaking heat fuels Olympic National Park fires

A GROWING CONCERN: Do your fruit tree maintenance now

THE WEATHER PATTERN on the North Olympic Peninsula has definitely been interesting this year. We have gone from freezing temperatures in March to record-high temperatures… Continue reading

Composite center ribbon-cutting Thursday in Port Angeles

Prearranged tours will be provided after remarks by various officials.