Clallam County

YOUTH SOFTBALL: Boulevard Wellness claims Bill Lammie Memorial 12U title

Boulevard Wellness opened up a large lead and hung on as Olympic Labor Council loaded the… Continue reading

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International Surfing Day, Hot Rods and Hot Dogs on tap this week

International Surfing Day, Peninsula Dream Machines’ Hot Rods and Hot Dogs, a crabbing lecture and a low-tide beach walk are among the upcoming activities on… Continue reading

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ALL-PENINSULA BASEBALL TEAM: The North Olympic Peninsula’s diamond stars

The 2019 All-Peninsula Baseball Team • MVP: Johnnie Young, sr., Sequim: All-Olympic League first team selection as utility player, Young played every position but shortstop and… Continue reading

Plans outlined for 7 Cedars hotel in Blyn

CEO: Conference center to be part of Phase 2 of Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe project

Bail set for woman accused of assault with a van

Two women on Port Angeles sidewalk apparent targets

Trial date set on 11 charges, including stalking

A 19-year-old Port Angeles man pleaded not guilty to 11 charges, including stalking a former girlfriend whose house he allegedly broke into… Continue reading

McKinley seeks permits for addition

McKinley Paper Co. has received preliminary approval from two state air-quality agencies to install new equipment to manufacture heavyweight liner and bag-grade… Continue reading

Clallam Sheriff’s Deputy gets ‘last chance agreement’ after investigation

Michael Leiter was subject of probe of alleged inappropriate text messages

Music on the Strait festival grows to two weekends this summer

Music on the Strait, a chamber music festival that made its debut last summer, is expanding from one weekend to two this… Continue reading

Petals and Pathways tickets on sale now

Tickets are now on sale for the Petals and Pathways Home Garden Tour sponsored by the Master Gardener Foundation of Clallam County. Five… Continue reading

Raincon this weekend in Forks

The second annual RainCon will feature artists, comics, cosplay and games along with vendors, workshops and speakers during three days beginning today. The… Continue reading

Tomatoes topic of ‘Saturdays in the Garden’ session

The short Olympic Peninsula growing season can frustrate efforts to grow vine-ripened tomatoes, leaving hard-working gardeners with grass-green tomatoes on tree-like bushes at… Continue reading

2nd Friday Art Rock features music, art

At 2nd Friday Art Rock, Joy in Mudville Trio and artist Jen Mobley will perform at Bar N9NE at 9 tonight. The… Continue reading

Empathy, compassion a focus in college presentation

Peninsula College interim dean of arts and sciences and former English professor Janet Lucas will explore compassion and empathy, focusing on the controversial… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Beauty in a broken world

SO MUCH IN our society seems broken right now: our democracy, our relationship to the natural world, our tolerance for cruelty and hate, and the… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Unity guest speaker set for weekend …

Duane Morris will present “What Father’s Teach” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Little will be teaching at Unity in the Olympics, 2917 E.… Continue reading

PASD accepting applications for space at Lincoln Center

The Port Angeles School District is offering space at the Lincoln Center to nonprofits and is asking groups to submit applications. Nonprofits… Continue reading

Pink Up Port Angeles begins fundraising activities on Saturday

Pink ribbons will go up around downtown Port Angeles on Saturday as the Soroptomist International Port Angeles Noon Club begins its annual… Continue reading