Clallam County

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The Shore Aquatic Center in Port Angeles, shown Thursday, is nearing completion with an opening date soon to be scheduled.

Expanded Shore Aquatic Center to open Saturday

Water activities include lap pool, lazy river and spa

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
The Shore Aquatic Center in Port Angeles, shown Thursday, is nearing completion with an opening date soon to be scheduled.
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Sequim man, coworkers help save canoers near Port Townsend

‘I’ve never done anything like this. It just had to be done.’

Catherine Raya

Search near Sol Duc after wreck

Deputies consider woman at risk

Catherine Raya
Midway Metals, 258010 U.S. Highway 101 east of Port Angeles is under scrutiny for being in violation of county solid waste standards. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Midway Metals owner faces deadline

Standards must be met by Oct. 30

Midway Metals, 258010 U.S. Highway 101 east of Port Angeles is under scrutiny for being in violation of county solid waste standards. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Local churches to stream services online

List includes Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend and Chimacum

Residents await the collection of ballots from the JCPenney parking lot at 651 W. Washington St. on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. Early returns filled at least two Clallam County drop boxes to capacity last week. (Photo courtesy of Barb Hanna)
Residents await the collection of ballots from the JCPenney parking lot at 651 W. Washington St. on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. Early returns filled at least two Clallam County drop boxes to capacity last week. (Photo courtesy of Barb Hanna)

Clallam Conservation District to host poultry webinar

Presentation on management set for Wednesday

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Safe passage for wildlife and humans

INSTEAD OF DREADING the soggy Sunday, I went diving into the rain. Yes, I made a plan to explore Port Townsend’s Quimper Wildlife Corridor at… Continue reading

Free lecture on Olympic Cougar Project slated

Wednesday online event hosted by Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society

Jobless rate falls on Peninsula

Unemployment down by at least one percentage point for second month

PAT NEAL: October fishing madness

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news. An invasion of desperate anglers spread quickly across the Olympic Peninsula from the Dungeness River, west to… Continue reading

Dan Brooks of Port Angeles, left, checks out books with assistance from customer service representative Jay Averill at the front door of the Port Angeles Public Library on Tuesday. The North Olympic Library System will allow some in-person browsing beginning next month. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula libraries working on in-person service

Earliest possible openings coming in mid-November

Dan Brooks of Port Angeles, left, checks out books with assistance from customer service representative Jay Averill at the front door of the Port Angeles Public Library on Tuesday. The North Olympic Library System will allow some in-person browsing beginning next month. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Cody Coughenour was continuing his cleanup Tuesday of three properties on East Fifth Street.

Port Angeles city staff review cleanup proposal

Coughenour presents plan to city officials

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Cody Coughenour was continuing his cleanup Tuesday of three properties on East Fifth Street.

Sequim seeks applicants for Civil Service Commission

Application, letter of intent, resume due Oct. 30