Clallam County

New Supervisor selected for the Olympic National Forest

Kelly Lawrence, the former Naches District Ranger on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, is the new Olympic National Forest supervisor. Lawrence took over Tuesday.… Continue reading

Sequim panel seeks artists for ‘Fluidity’ exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries of art, in any medium, for “Fluidity,” the commission’s next exhibit to be on digital… Continue reading

State issues new guidelines for religious services

Gov. Jay Inslee has announced that churches, mosques and synagogues can resume in-person services, with… Continue reading

State parks to offer three free admission days in June

OLYMPIA – State parks are scheduled to have three days in June with free admission. On free days, visitors are not required to display the… Continue reading

United Way’s literacy council starts book fundraiser

Looking for a safe way to get books into the hands of locals, particularly children, the United Way of Clallam County’s Literacy… Continue reading

Deputies seek Forks man

Wanted for second-degree arson, other crimes

Corrections officer accused of sexual misconduct held on $250,000 bail

A corrections officer accused of paying the bail of female Forks jail inmates in return for sexual acts remained in the Clallam… Continue reading

Albert Haller Foundation names 2020 scholarship recipients

The Albert Haller Foundation has bestowed a total of $98,500 in scholarships to 13 graduating high school seniors in Clallam County. Five graduates-to-be from Sequim… Continue reading

Federal emergency food, shelter funds available in Clallam County

Clallam County was recently awarded a little more than $95,000 in federal funds to help supplement emergency food and shelter programs in… Continue reading

Master Gardeners to talk growing tomatoes

Advice about growing tomatoes successfully in the North Olympic Peninsula’s maritime climate will be presented from noon to 1 p.m. today. Master… Continue reading

NOLS board picks Glaude as next director

Noah Glaude, who has been the assistant director for the North Olympic Library System since May 2016, now will be the organization’s… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles to give grants to businesses

A $70,000 program is being established by the Port of Port Angeles to help small businesses overcome challenges posed by the COVID-19… Continue reading

Registration still open for OMCares May Virtual Run/Walk

The finish line is in sight. Organizers of the OMCares May Virtual Run/Walk say they have raised about 88 percent of their $10,000 goal as… Continue reading

Corrections officer accused of sexual misconduct in jail

A Clallam Bay Corrections Center corrections officer was booked Tuesday into the Clallam County jail for allegedly having sexual contact with four… Continue reading

Minor injuries in prison fights

No staff hurt in Sunday incidents at Clallam Bay

Shooter ruled insane at time of assault

Victims tell of trauma suffered

Sen. Murray calls for more testing, small business help

As Sen. Patty Murray sees it, a nation stymied by the COVID-19 pandemic shouldn’t have to choose between improving public health and re-opening the economy.… Continue reading

Lewis leaves OMC for new post

Chief executive officer heads for Washington State Hospital Association