Clallam County

COVID-19 statistics

Seven new COVID-19 cases were reported on the North Olympic Peninsula on Tuesday, with five in Clallam County and two in Jefferson County. That brought… Continue reading

Fall colors pop out in their full glory, framing the Clallam County Courthouse clock in the background. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Fall time

Dave Logan For Peninsula Daily News Fall colors pop out in their full glory, framing the Clallam County Courthouse clock in the background.… Continue reading

Fall colors pop out in their full glory, framing the Clallam County Courthouse clock in the background. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

General election ballots go into mail today

Nineteen contests before Clallam County voters

Jury trial set on child porn charges

Attorney pleads not guilty to possession

PAT NEAL: The ‘Miracle of the Salmon’

This year’s big run of humpies, or pink salmon, in the Dungeness River is like a miracle. It brings to mind the first recorded “Miracle… Continue reading

Katie Franco, center, and Libby Palmer of Port Townsend demonstrate support for Haitian asylum seekers outside the Tacoma Northwest Detention Center on Sunday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Advocates protest outside Northwest Detention Center

Peninsula nonprofit pushes for fair treatment of Haitians

Katie Franco, center, and Libby Palmer of Port Townsend demonstrate support for Haitian asylum seekers outside the Tacoma Northwest Detention Center on Sunday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Garage burns, but home saved from fire in Sequim

Damage was estimated to be about $150,000

Green Thumb lecture set Thursday

Tom Del Hotal will present “Rare Fruits for Cold Winter Areas” at noon on Thursday. The free lecture is part of the… Continue reading

Members of the Pease family of Sequim, from left, father, Craig, children Addison, 12, Alayna, 10 and Alivia, 3, and mother, Bambi, examine an information kiosk at Salt Creek Recreation Area north of Joyce last week. The group was exploring places on the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Outdoor exploration

Members of the Pease family of Sequim, from left, father, Craig, children Addison, 12, Alayna, 10 and Alivia, 3, and mother, Bambi, examine an information… Continue reading

Members of the Pease family of Sequim, from left, father, Craig, children Addison, 12, Alayna, 10 and Alivia, 3, and mother, Bambi, examine an information kiosk at Salt Creek Recreation Area north of Joyce last week. The group was exploring places on the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Sequim Bay Yacht Club to meet Wednesday

Blaine Zechenelly and Keith Koehler will address a meeting of the Sequim Bay Yacht Club at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday. The presentation is in… Continue reading

Soroptimist International of Port Angeles – Jet Set to meet Thursday

Bertha D. Cooper will address a meeting of Soroptimist International of Port Angeles - Jet Set at 7 a.m. Thursday. Cooper, a… Continue reading

Traffic lights, Washington Street rehab among 2022 Sequim projects

Pandemic may bring second year of no utility increases

Virtual tour of Jamestown S’Klallam Museum scheduled

David Brownell will conduct a virtual tour of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Museum and its archival collections at 3 p.m. Thursday. The free… Continue reading

High wind blows havoc through Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival

Wind gusts blew down all but 12 of the 70 vendor tents at the Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival early Sunday morning,… Continue reading

Hannah Nelson of Port Angeles crossed the Strait of Juan de Fuca on a paddleboard to raise money for domestic violence services. (Laura Hall)

Paddleboarder crosses Strait for a cause

Money raised to go for survivors of domestic violence

Hannah Nelson of Port Angeles crossed the Strait of Juan de Fuca on a paddleboard to raise money for domestic violence services. (Laura Hall)
Rachel Anderson.

Sequim council hopefuls discuss city issues

Virtual forum features seven of 10 candidates

Rachel Anderson.
Construction tentatively will start in late October on a roundabout at the intersection of Sequim-Dungeness Way and Woodcock Road and will last about five months, according to Clallam County staff. (File photo by Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Unicorporated Clallam County to get first roundabout

Woodcock Road project planned for winter construction

Construction tentatively will start in late October on a roundabout at the intersection of Sequim-Dungeness Way and Woodcock Road and will last about five months, according to Clallam County staff. (File photo by Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

A GROWING CONCERN: Small choices shape the big picture

AS WE CONTINUE our discussion on what makes for “right plant in the right spot,” we must always pay attention to its ultimate size, length… Continue reading

The Community Boating Program was the August recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles. 

The program provides access to boating opportunities for Olympic Peninsula youths and adults. 

Staff and customers at the pharmacy raised more than $680 to support the program. 

The funds are raised through monetary donations, used book sales, donated employee casual days and a percentage of over-the-counter sales. 

Pictured, from left to right, are Shawn Close, head pharmacist at Jim’s; and boating program members Randy Volker, Elliot Dahlin, Jonathan Bridges, Fern Knobel, Eric Lesch, Erika Hansen-Dahlin.

Charity of the month named at Jim’s Pharmacy

The Community Boating Program was the August recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles. The program provides access to boating… Continue reading

The Community Boating Program was the August recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles. 

The program provides access to boating opportunities for Olympic Peninsula youths and adults. 

Staff and customers at the pharmacy raised more than $680 to support the program. 

The funds are raised through monetary donations, used book sales, donated employee casual days and a percentage of over-the-counter sales. 

Pictured, from left to right, are Shawn Close, head pharmacist at Jim’s; and boating program members Randy Volker, Elliot Dahlin, Jonathan Bridges, Fern Knobel, Eric Lesch, Erika Hansen-Dahlin.