Clallam County

Man involved in Thursday wreck dies in Silverdale

The 79-year-old Sequim man involved in Thursday’s two-vehicle wreck east of Port Angeles, Philip M. LaCroix, died at St. Michael Medical Center… Continue reading

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NOLS to host ‘The Boys in the Boat’ discussions

The North Olympic Library System will host special discussions — one in person, one virtual — of “The Boys in the Boat” by… Continue reading

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Port Angeles aims to spur development

City waives certain building permit fees for 15 housing types

A two-bedroom, 800-swuare-foot home is among the free plans offered by the City of Port Angeles.

Port Angeles offers free pre-approved stock plans

City hopes to reduce time, costs of housing construction

A two-bedroom, 800-swuare-foot home is among the free plans offered by the City of Port Angeles.
Sequim High School Interact Club students pose in front of Seattle's SIFF Cinema Downtown before a screening of  "The Boys in the Boat" on Thursday.

Sequim students attend Seattle screening of “The Boys in the Boat’

Forty-five members of the Sequim High School Interact Club attended a screening of “The Boys in the Boat” in Seattle on Thursday. “The… Continue reading

Sequim High School Interact Club students pose in front of Seattle's SIFF Cinema Downtown before a screening of  "The Boys in the Boat" on Thursday.

Studio Bob entryway panels restoration underway

The panels that flank the entryway to Studio Bob are being restored. The panels, representing Tragedy and Comedy, were created by Regie… Continue reading

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

Traffic backs up on Monroe Road because of an automobile wreck near the intersection with U.S. Highway 101 on Thursday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

One wreck, two locations in East Port Angeles

Crash backs up traffic for miles Thursday morning

Traffic backs up on Monroe Road because of an automobile wreck near the intersection with U.S. Highway 101 on Thursday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Festivals, plays, concerts on Peninsula this weekend

Holiday festivals, plays and music will be offered this weekend on the Peninsula. • Wintertide Festival of Lights is planned at the Port Angeles Fine… Continue reading

Holiday bazaars offer gift shopping

The Sequim Guild of Seattle Children’s will host the Christmas… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Giving it up for Christmas

IT’S THAT TIME of year again, when we start thinking of Christmas pudding, carols and all that good stuff. Of course, from the standpoint of… Continue reading

Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship speaker set

Jamal Rahman will present “Celebration of Mary and Jesus in Islam” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at… Continue reading

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Tyler Gage and Adam DeFilippo decorate the 1956 Seagrave fire engine in 2022.

Operation Candy Cane begins Saturday

Operation Candy Cane 2023 begins Saturday and will continue through Dec. 14. Port Angeles Professional Firefighters Local 656 Volunteer firefighters, along with… Continue reading

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Tyler Gage and Adam DeFilippo decorate the 1956 Seagrave fire engine in 2022.
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WAG, CVAR provide free West End spay-neuter clinics

Welfare for Animals Guild of Sequim and Center Valley Animal Rescue of Quilcene worked together to offer free spay and neuter clinics to the Hoh… Continue reading

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Emily McAlily, in the part of Chandon, left, toys with the wig of Steve Methner, playing the role of King Triton, prior to a Tuesday rehearsal of the PA Panto production of Ethel Mermaid and the Varying Degrees of Evil, which starts this weekend at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Now divorced from prince, mermaid wants to go home

PA Panto show to be performed over two weekends

Emily McAlily, in the part of Chandon, left, toys with the wig of Steve Methner, playing the role of King Triton, prior to a Tuesday rehearsal of the PA Panto production of Ethel Mermaid and the Varying Degrees of Evil, which starts this weekend at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam County defers 7 positions in budget

Two jobs connected with general fund will be reconsidered in 6 months