Clallam County

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

Search called off for man who jumps off Port Townsend-Coupeville ferry

The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended the search for a man who went overboard from a ferry near Whidbey Island.

Shakespeare, pool parties, Rainforest Run on Peninsula this weekend

Various events abound across the North Olympic Peninsula.

LETTER: ‘Corrupt’ Hillary a disaster waiting to happen

The Democratic presidential candidate is both unfit and unreliable.

LETTER: Trump the definition of a narcissist

Look no further to find someone who exhibits such startling similarities with the manual’s criteria.

Fiber artist opens new shop with The Bag Ladies of Sequim, WA

Fiber artist opens new shop with The Bag Ladies of Sequim, WA

Mother and daughter at the helm of business.

Fiber artist opens new shop with The Bag Ladies of Sequim, WA
Ian McFeron Band to perform in Port Townsend

Ian McFeron Band to perform in Port Townsend

The performance is part of an ongoing tour to promote the release of McFeron’s newest album, “Radio.”

Ian McFeron Band to perform in Port Townsend
Inslee, Bryant differ on minimum wage

Inslee, Bryant differ on minimum wage

Inslee said increases should be spread across the state, while Bryant countered they should vary by region.

Inslee, Bryant differ on minimum wage

ISSUES IN FAITH: Choose moral leaders by applying the Golden Rule

How can we find those who would best navigate us through difficult times with integrity and a firm moral compass? I suggest we choose our leaders as we would our friends.

Karaoke contest coming up in Sequim

The Tuesday contest is part of the city’s Music in the Park program.

Paint the Peninsula begins Monday in Clallam, Jefferson counties

Paint the Peninsula begins Monday in Clallam, Jefferson counties

Artists in the annual contest will paint outdoors, attempting to capture light and shadows.

Paint the Peninsula begins Monday in Clallam, Jefferson counties
Rare Tyrannosaurus rex skull arrives at Seattle museum

Rare Tyrannosaurus rex skull arrives at Seattle museum

The skull, measuring in at longer than 4 feet, is that of a T-Rex that lived for about 15 years.

Rare Tyrannosaurus rex skull arrives at Seattle museum
Miriam Ransom

Two assistant principals hired in Port Angeles School District

One is a replacement, while the other is a new position.

Miriam Ransom

Veterans invited to share stories at North Olympic Library System branches

The tales will be archived in a collection of oral histories from Clallam County residents.

Rise seen in North Olympic Peninsula tobacco retailers selling to minors

Rise seen in North Olympic Peninsula tobacco retailers selling to minors

Report points to higher than state average numbers for noncompliance in both Clallam and Jefferson counties.

Rise seen in North Olympic Peninsula tobacco retailers selling to minors

Port Angeles City Council to form subcommittee focused on education, fluoride options

Move to inform water users on maintaining dental health follows decision to halt public fluoridation.

Cherie Kidd

Port Angeles City Council outlaws profanity from its members

Deputy Mayor Cherie Kidd’s suggestion prompted by Councilman Lee Whetham’s words.

Cherie Kidd