Clallam County

Habitat gets $2M for state CHIP grant

Project would build 50 affordable units

The pattern of the Chartres labyrinth, used for meditative walking.

ISSUES OF FAITH: A game of pick-up sticks

“Ludic: of, relating to, or characterized by play: PLAYFUL” (Merriman Webster). “Pick-up sticks, pick-a-stick, jackstraws, jack straws, spillikins, spellicans, or fiddlesticks is a game of… Continue reading

The pattern of the Chartres labyrinth, used for meditative walking.

Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship speaker set

Jamal Rahman will present “Sufism and Practical Spirituality” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian Universalist… Continue reading

Roundabout work to begin Monday in Sequim

Work crews will move into the roundabout at Sequim Avenue, Old Olympic Highway and Port Williams Road beginning at 7 a.m. Monday. The… Continue reading

A portion of Sequim’s original Sequim Prairie irrigation ditch is tentatively set to be piped as part of a conservation effort to help the Dungeness River’s flow and endangered fish. Some neighbors and shareholders are opposed to the project because they feel they weren’t given an opportunity to provide input to project owner the Sequim Prairie-Tri Irrigation Association (SPTIA). They feel enclosing the ditch will kill nearby vegetation and negatively impact wildlife. (Lucinda Hayes)

Sequim irrigation pipe proposal draws ire

Conservation District says it’s within legal right

A portion of Sequim’s original Sequim Prairie irrigation ditch is tentatively set to be piped as part of a conservation effort to help the Dungeness River’s flow and endangered fish. Some neighbors and shareholders are opposed to the project because they feel they weren’t given an opportunity to provide input to project owner the Sequim Prairie-Tri Irrigation Association (SPTIA). They feel enclosing the ditch will kill nearby vegetation and negatively impact wildlife. (Lucinda Hayes)

Sequim man faces seven child sex, molestation charges

A Sequim man is facing seven child sex and molestation charges after an investigation by the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office prompted by… Continue reading

Sequim residents will see a change in their water utility bills this month as city staff couldn’t read meters due to snow and ice in January. Water consumption fees will be deferred to March. City staff estimated most residents pay less than $5 for water consumption rates this time of year. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim to defer portion of February utility bills

The City of Sequim will defer charges on February utility bills to March because inclement weather made it difficult to read meters. Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim residents will see a change in their water utility bills this month as city staff couldn’t read meters due to snow and ice in January. Water consumption fees will be deferred to March. City staff estimated most residents pay less than $5 for water consumption rates this time of year. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Michael Poats, left, and Brody Merritt of the Port Angeles stormwater department work to install a pump to remove standing water from a flooded area near the playground at Shane Park in Port Angeles on Wednesday. The pool of standing water, which is up to 3 feet deep in places and has at times covered the nearby play equipment, is to be pumped to a nearby storm drain. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Park drainage

Michael Poats, left, and Brody Merritt of the Port Angeles stormwater department work to install a pump to remove standing water from a flooded area… Continue reading

Michael Poats, left, and Brody Merritt of the Port Angeles stormwater department work to install a pump to remove standing water from a flooded area near the playground at Shane Park in Port Angeles on Wednesday. The pool of standing water, which is up to 3 feet deep in places and has at times covered the nearby play equipment, is to be pumped to a nearby storm drain. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

End of life program scheduled

Volunteers from End of Life Washington will present “End of Life Ready” at 2 p.m. Friday. The free presentation is in the… Continue reading

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Finding the heart in art message of First Friday Art Walk

SEQUIM— The First Friday Art Walk Sequim promises an evening filled with love, passionate pursues, red apparel, warm hearts, the virtues of fine wine, chocolate… Continue reading

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Hearing set for proposed YMCA childcare facility in Port Angeles

$6.7 million project would serve more than 90 children

Port Angeles School District to allow city to resolve flooding

Stormwater from Lincoln Park drains near Stevens Middle School

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Sequim Library expansion opens for construction bids

Current building to close March 9, temporary space to open April 1

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Clallam commissioners clarify public comment policy

First period on Tuesday meetings restricted to agenda items only

Port Angeles chamber gala set for Saturday

Six community awards to be presented

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Water reserves low in Olympics

Warm weather, rain diminish snowpack

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Downed trees knock out power to West End

More than 5,000 were without electricity

Clallam County to commit ARPA funds by end of year

County has $2 million to allocate; projects must be finished in 2026

Comedy night coming to Little Theater

Comedian, actor and author Kevan Moezzi, who goes by K-von, returns to the stage of the Peninsula College Little Theater for a… Continue reading