Clallam County

Family and friends plan to honor the memory of Don Knapp, a longtime coach and volunteer of youth athletics, at the Sequim Little League's James Standard Memorial park on Sunday. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Family, friends look to honor Knapp

Longtime coach, volunteer to be remembered Sunday

Family and friends plan to honor the memory of Don Knapp, a longtime coach and volunteer of youth athletics, at the Sequim Little League's James Standard Memorial park on Sunday. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Lefties centerfielder Ronnie Rust tumbles to the ground after crashing into the fence fielding a long fly ball in the second inning against the Bellingham Bells in June 2019 at Port Angeles Civic Field. The Lefties will begin the 2021 season at home on June 1.

LEFTIES: Boys of Summer return to Civic Field

The college-aged boys of summer will return to Civic Field June through August, and Port Angeles Lefties owner/coach Matt Acker discussed potential… Continue reading

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Lefties centerfielder Ronnie Rust tumbles to the ground after crashing into the fence fielding a long fly ball in the second inning against the Bellingham Bells in June 2019 at Port Angeles Civic Field. The Lefties will begin the 2021 season at home on June 1.

North Olympic Library System scheduled book discussions for April

The North Olympic Library System will continue online book discussion groups throughout April. Participants must register at nols.org to receive the link… Continue reading

Peninsula College Foundation extends deadline for scholarship applications

The Peninsula College Foundation has extended its application deadline for dozens of scholarships — totaling more than $100,000 — for students attending… Continue reading

Police agencies, prosecutor decline abuse allegations against Sequim couple

No charges will be filed against a Sequim elementary school administrator and her husband after law enforcement in Clallam and Whatcom counties investigated… Continue reading

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The western end of Port Angeles Harbor is shown on Thursday.

Port Angeles Harbor shore revival a priority

Deep-water harbor restoration method uncertain

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The western end of Port Angeles Harbor is shown on Thursday.
Sailors from Port Townsend and Port Angeles high schools compete in a regatta on Port Townsend Bay on Saturday, April 3.

PREP SAILING: Port Angeles, Port Townsend high school sailors take to the bay for first regatta

Light winds may have calmed seas and slowed boats, but they didn’t dampen the enthusiasm as Port Angeles and Port Townsend high… Continue reading

Sailors from Port Townsend and Port Angeles high schools compete in a regatta on Port Townsend Bay on Saturday, April 3.

Second suspected OD in 24 hours reported in Port Angeles

Naloxone has saved 33 lives in this city of 20,000 residents since the overdose-reversal medication was first administered in 2015. It arrived… Continue reading

The nonprofit PropagationNation has been distributing free sequoia and redwood seedlings across the state. 

The project aims to combat climate change and increase the diversity of Washington forests, according to a press release. 

Pictured are Sequim residents Susan and Ron Geis picking up redwood seedlings at the Sequim Elks lodge.

Seedlings distributed in Sequim

Sequim residents Susan and Ron Geis pick up redwood seedlings at the Sequim Elks lodge. The nonprofit PropagationNation has been distributing free sequoia and redwood… Continue reading

The nonprofit PropagationNation has been distributing free sequoia and redwood seedlings across the state. 

The project aims to combat climate change and increase the diversity of Washington forests, according to a press release. 

Pictured are Sequim residents Susan and Ron Geis picking up redwood seedlings at the Sequim Elks lodge.

Inslee to announce county rollbacks on Monday

Gov. Jay Inslee will announce Monday whether some counties in Washington state will have to roll back to Phase 2 of the state’s… Continue reading

Tulips are in bloom along the esplanade on the Port Angeles waterfront on Wednesday. As the calendar progresses further into spring, flowers are beginning to blossom and trees are showing leaves, casting aside the browns and grays of winter. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

April flowers

Tulips are in bloom along the esplanade on the Port Angeles waterfront on Wednesday. As the calendar progresses further into spring, flowers are beginning to… Continue reading

Tulips are in bloom along the esplanade on the Port Angeles waterfront on Wednesday. As the calendar progresses further into spring, flowers are beginning to blossom and trees are showing leaves, casting aside the browns and grays of winter. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Hazard pay measure for grocery workers on precipice

Port Angeles City Council leans toward no vote

Homeless man’s body found in tent under bridge

A man’s body was found in a tent early Wednesday morning under the deck of the Tumwater Truck Route bridge, Port Angeles… Continue reading

New kits provided by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory include a smartphone microscope that were developed by Richland scientists. About 600 kits will go to Sequim Middle School soon. (Photo courtesy PNNL)
New kits provided by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory include a smartphone microscope that were developed by Richland scientists. About 600 kits will go to Sequim Middle School soon. (Photo courtesy PNNL)

Peninsula College cancels women’s basketball games due to COVID-19

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team has canceled its next three games due to confirmed cases of COVID-19. The outbreak was up… Continue reading

Margery Whites will discuss gardening for newcomers to the North Olympic Peninsula on Saturday morning.

Lecture to focus on gardeners new to North Olympic Peninsula

Margery Whites, a Clallam County master gardener, will present a workshop on gardening on the Olympic Peninsula for newcomers… Continue reading

Margery Whites will discuss gardening for newcomers to the North Olympic Peninsula on Saturday morning.

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe seeks traffic circle on Highway 101

Clallam County commissioners consider request for letter of support

Accepting a donation from Sound Community Bank are Port Angeles Symphony conductor Jonathan Pasternack, center, Adventures in Music producer Al Harris and symphony board member Kathleen Balducci, at right; Sound Community Bank's Laurie Szczepczynski is at left with Sequim manager Shelli Robb-Kahler. (Photo courtesy Sound Community Bank)

Donations fund Adventures in Music

Sound Community Bank has made a $4,000 donation to Adventures in Music, the Port Angeles Symphony’s free program for students across the… Continue reading

Accepting a donation from Sound Community Bank are Port Angeles Symphony conductor Jonathan Pasternack, center, Adventures in Music producer Al Harris and symphony board member Kathleen Balducci, at right; Sound Community Bank's Laurie Szczepczynski is at left with Sequim manager Shelli Robb-Kahler. (Photo courtesy Sound Community Bank)