Clallam County

County to repave section of Carlsborg Road

Clallam County commissioners will consider awarding a contract for repaving three-quarters of a mile of the 1.8-mile roadway between U.S. Highway 101… Continue reading

Dramas, comedy on tap this weekend

Plays, comedy and music are highlighted this weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula. • Shipwrights’ Regatta is Saturday. The Port Townsend Sailing Association presents the… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Cut away what holds growth back

IT’S FEBRUARY AND time to begin pruning the vineyards in Eastern Washington where we get our grapes. Wine vines are by nature nearly wild, even… Continue reading

Peninsula College Foundation reports record levels of giving

Programs, students both recipients of funds

Sunday program set for OUUF

Joseph Bednarik will present “Sex and the Dictionary” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Bednarik will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian Universalist… Continue reading

The site of the former Rayonier mill in Port Angeles, shown on Tuesday, awaits completion of environmental cleanup almost 27 years after the last roll of pulp rolled off the line. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Cleanup at Rayonier site still years away

Action plan to be approved in 2024-25

The site of the former Rayonier mill in Port Angeles, shown on Tuesday, awaits completion of environmental cleanup almost 27 years after the last roll of pulp rolled off the line. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
A paving crew from Lakeside Industries replaces pavement on the Waterfront Trail and the entrance to the Port Angeles City Pier parking lot on Wednesday as part of a project to improve sidewalks and storm water drainage around the site. The project is expected to be substantially completed and the parking lot reopened by mid-March. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles City Pier

A paving crew from Lakeside Industries replaces pavement on the Waterfront Trail and the entrance to the Port Angeles City Pier parking lot on Wednesday… Continue reading

A paving crew from Lakeside Industries replaces pavement on the Waterfront Trail and the entrance to the Port Angeles City Pier parking lot on Wednesday as part of a project to improve sidewalks and storm water drainage around the site. The project is expected to be substantially completed and the parking lot reopened by mid-March. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Comedy night offered in Port Angeles

Cougar Wolf Comedy will present Comedy Night at Bourbon West at 7 p.m. Saturday. The standup comedy show is at Bourbon West,… Continue reading

Family concert to be presented Saturday

The Sequim Community Orchestra and the Sequim Community Youth Orchestra will perform a family concert at 2 p.m. Saturday. The community concert is… Continue reading

Slate of initiatives has upended Olympia, lobbyist says

‘Potential showstoppers’ described at Coffee with Colleen

About 25 people, including Warren Musgrove of Port Angeles, far right, rallied in support of Palestine on Saturday in front of the Clallam County Courthouse. The event, also scheduled to run from noon to 1 p.m. this Saturday and March 2, included an information table that provided information about the history of occupation in the Gaza Strip, organizer Christy Cox said. (Lois Danks)

Rally for Rafah

About 25 people, including Warren Musgrove of Port Angeles, far right, rallied in support of Palestine on Saturday in front of the Clallam County Courthouse.… Continue reading

About 25 people, including Warren Musgrove of Port Angeles, far right, rallied in support of Palestine on Saturday in front of the Clallam County Courthouse. The event, also scheduled to run from noon to 1 p.m. this Saturday and March 2, included an information table that provided information about the history of occupation in the Gaza Strip, organizer Christy Cox said. (Lois Danks)
From left to right, Richard Lionheart, portrayed by Sean Stone of Port Angeles, and Prince John, portrayed by Charlie Medlong of Sequim, at a recent rehearsal.

‘The Lion in Winter’ opens this weekend

The Port Angeles Community Players will open its winter production of “The Lion in Winter” with performances at 7:30 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays… Continue reading

From left to right, Richard Lionheart, portrayed by Sean Stone of Port Angeles, and Prince John, portrayed by Charlie Medlong of Sequim, at a recent rehearsal.

Cetacean system aims to reduce ship strikes

The U.S. Coast Guard is launching a cetacean desk pilot program designed to reduce ship strikes and cetacean disturbances in the Salish Sea… Continue reading

Clallam County eyes four locations for reservoir

Clallam County will know more about the four potential locations for the Dungeness River off-channel reservoir when it gets a draft seismic… Continue reading

Woman charged with stealing transit bus pleads not guilty

Status hearing in April, three-day trial May 13

Tom Ferrell.

Former Sequim mayor announces resignation from council

Ferrell said work obligations overseas limit his time

Tom Ferrell.
June Claypool.

Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market names new executive director

The Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market’s board of directors has appointed June Claypool as the new executive director. With her extensive background in… Continue reading

June Claypool.

UPDATE: Spokane Valley man found dead near Highway 112

Clallam County sheriff’s deputies have identified a man found dead off state Highway 112 about 12 miles west of Joyce. Jarrett R. Wilson,… Continue reading