Clallam County

PAT NEAL: So sad to see them go

IT’S SAD TO see an old friend go away. It begs the question, if they’re leaving why should I stay? It brings the sullen realization… Continue reading

Port Angeles School District celebrates 2018-2019 AmeriCorps tutor/mentor graduates

The Port Angeles School District celebrated the graduation of its 2018-2019 AmeriCorps tutor/mentors. According to a press release, the team members spent… Continue reading

Sikes hired as assistant principal at Stevens Middle School

The Port Angeles School District has announced that Jennifer Sikes has been hired as assistant principal at Stevens Middle… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice has new location

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County has moved into a new building at 829 E. Eighth St. Construction is still underway for medical… Continue reading

Police: Traffic stop leads to drugs, stolen gun

Sequim man arrested on investigation of charges

Water restrictions set by PUD for area west of Sekiu

Stage 4 alert in place for Island View system

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Moving Mom to Port Angeles

“Would Simba ever settle in to the noise of car and highway?” I asked myself again as the cat’s voice penetrated my thoughts from her… Continue reading

State announces grants to preserve historic barns, cemeteries

The Washington Trust has announced funding is available for two statewide grant programs: Heritage Barn Grants and Historic Cemetery Grants. This will be… Continue reading

Clallam PUD announces water alerts

Voluntary water conservation is being encouraged in three Clallam County Public Utility District water systems in the Port Angeles area. PUD officials announced… Continue reading

Registration open for Womanfest

Registration is now open for Womanfest’s fall retreat set for Sept. 20-22. The retreat — held annually for 36 years at Camp… Continue reading

Candidate files for Joyce Fire District seat

One candidate filed during a special filing period for Position 5 on the Joyce Fire District commission. Lynne Kastner’s name will appear… Continue reading

State Democratic chair to speak at fundraising dinner

Tina Podlodowski, who has chaired the Washington State Democratic Party since 2017 and serves as vice chair of the Western Caucus – Democratic… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Twice-monthly luncheon meetings are held on the first Monday at noon at the Port Townsend Elks Lodge, 555… Continue reading

ON THE WATERFRONT: Logs loading, September events ahead

IMPRESSION BAY, A 590-foot cargo ship, spent the week at the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3 taking on a load of debarked softwood logs… Continue reading

Eagle Scout candidate Ian Thill, back, and Dylan Washburn, front, lift up the first section of the Pioneer Memorial Park storage shed roof as part of Thill’s Eagle Scout project. “This roof was in worse shape than we thought,” Thill said. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Pioneer Memorial Park shed getting Scout-fueled facelift

Eagle Scout candidate working to improve park structure

Eagle Scout candidate Ian Thill, back, and Dylan Washburn, front, lift up the first section of the Pioneer Memorial Park storage shed roof as part of Thill’s Eagle Scout project. “This roof was in worse shape than we thought,” Thill said. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

2015 Crescent High School graduate earns two bachelor degrees from Eastern Washington University

Eastern Washington University has announced that Martin Waldrip has graduated magna cum laude. Waldrip earned a Bachelor of Science in athletic training with a minor… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Making the most of summer’s last lazy days

ANOTHER GORGEOUS AUGUST week here in Camelot, I mean, the Olympic Peninsula. And since the best days of summer are upon us, let’s follow last… Continue reading

Clallam County Sheriff’s Office chain gang busy clearing roadways

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office Chain Gang picked up 80 pounds of roadway litter along a quarter mile of Weel Road during… Continue reading

Collision ends in rollover wreck

One person suffered a minor injury after a collision led to a rollover wreck Saturday morning. A driver traveling northbound on Laurel… Continue reading