Clallam County

Richard Moon and his wife Janice plan to construct two 18-hole mini-golf courses — one for families, one for adults — on acreage off South Barr Road and U.S. Highway 101 eight miles east of Port Angeles. Moon expects the courses to open in summer 2023 or 2024. (Paul Dunn/Peninsula Daily News)

Wonderworld to be mini-golf fantasy land

Local man to design two 18-hole courses — one for families, one for adults

Richard Moon and his wife Janice plan to construct two 18-hole mini-golf courses — one for families, one for adults — on acreage off South Barr Road and U.S. Highway 101 eight miles east of Port Angeles. Moon expects the courses to open in summer 2023 or 2024. (Paul Dunn/Peninsula Daily News)

Attempted murder trial postponed to November

Luoma attorney seeks ‘diminished capacity defense’

Green Thumb lecture to focus on fall, winter gardening

Bob Cain will present “Scheduling Planting for Fall and Winter Gardening” at noon Thursday on Zoom. The free lecture is part of… Continue reading

International Aerobatic Club to conduct practice Saturday

Chapter 67 of the International Aerobatic Club will conduct aerobatic practice from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday to celebrate International Aerobatics… Continue reading

Moo-Moo waits for adoption at McKay Kitty City, the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society’s new cat shelter near Carlsborg. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Kitty City facility opens with space for 75 felines

New humane society shelter dedicated Saturday

Moo-Moo waits for adoption at McKay Kitty City, the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society’s new cat shelter near Carlsborg. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Pair arrested in connection with burglary

Deputies call off pursuit with speeds over 100 mph

Sailboat wins Race to Alaska

Team reaches dock in Ketchikan

Volunteers sought for OlyCap food distribution to seniors, low-income adults

Volunteers are needed to deliver food in Clallam County through Olympic Community Action Program’s Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. The Olympic Community… Continue reading

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Crescent High School graduates, from left, Randy Lee, Isaac Elliott and Cody Larsen don their caps and gowns prior to Saturday's commencement on the school's athletic field in Joyce. A total of 13 seniors made up the Crescent Class of 2022.

Crescent graduates preparing to step into the future

Crescent High School graduates, Randy Lee, left, Isaac Elliott and Cody Larsen don their caps and gowns prior to Saturday’s commencement on the school’s athletic… Continue reading

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Crescent High School graduates, from left, Randy Lee, Isaac Elliott and Cody Larsen don their caps and gowns prior to Saturday's commencement on the school's athletic field in Joyce. A total of 13 seniors made up the Crescent Class of 2022.

Highway repairs to begin south of Forks

Long-awaited repairs to a stretch of road on U.S. Highway 101 south of Bogachiel State Park in Clallam County will begin today. The… Continue reading

Highway repairs to begin south of Forks

Long-awaited repairs to a stretch of road on U.S. Highway 101 south of Bogachiel State Park in Clallam County will begin today. The… Continue reading

North Olympic Library to begin Summer Storytime

The North Olympic Library System will begin Summer Storytime on Friday. The all-ages programs feature stories, music, rhymes, movement and fun. Storytime… Continue reading

Peninsula College graduate Mackenzie Hammond of Port Angeles, right, take a photograph of fellow students, from left, Myra Luong, Kyrissa Duncan and Julia Biciunas, all of Forks, prior to Saturday’s commencement ceremony at the school’s Port Angeles campus. About 250 students were expected to take part in the ceremony out of about 500 students eligible for degrees and certificates. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula College graduates

Peninsula College graduate Mackenzie Hammond of Port Angeles, right, take a photograph of fellow students, from left, Myra Luong, Kyrissa Duncan and Julia Biciunas, all… Continue reading

Peninsula College graduate Mackenzie Hammond of Port Angeles, right, take a photograph of fellow students, from left, Myra Luong, Kyrissa Duncan and Julia Biciunas, all of Forks, prior to Saturday’s commencement ceremony at the school’s Port Angeles campus. About 250 students were expected to take part in the ceremony out of about 500 students eligible for degrees and certificates. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles Class of 1970 planning reunion

The Port Angeles High School class of 1970 will attempt to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a reunion Aug. 26-27. Two previous… Continue reading

Six more teams out of Race to Alaska

Wood, illness factors along route

Soroptimist International of Sequim scholarships available

Soroptimist International of Sequim is accepting applications for its Continuing Education Scholarship. The organization plans to award two scholarships for the 2022-2023 school… Continue reading

Emmett Stratford, 8, of Port Angeles creates a gigantic soap bubble as one of the children’s activities at Summertide Solstice Festival on Saturday at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Summerfest celebrates longest day of year

Printmaking, scavenger hunt part of event

Emmett Stratford, 8, of Port Angeles creates a gigantic soap bubble as one of the children’s activities at Summertide Solstice Festival on Saturday at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Ryan Malane with one of his cats.

Business community mourns Ryan Malane

Sudden death leaves people ‘heartbroken’

Ryan Malane with one of his cats.
Bob McCall, from Great Britain, loads his kayak with supplies he will need for his 710-mile journey to Ketchikan, Alaska, during the 2022 Race 2 Alaska, which got underway at noon Thursday from Victoria Harbour. A self-described tracker junkie since the first race, McCall decided to enter the race in 2020 and ordered a kayak built in Victoria, but COVID-19 hit and canceled everything. This is the first time he was able to enter and he is looking forward to the adventure. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Race to Alaska teams start 710-mile trek

Thirty-two leave Victoria for Ketchikan

Bob McCall, from Great Britain, loads his kayak with supplies he will need for his 710-mile journey to Ketchikan, Alaska, during the 2022 Race 2 Alaska, which got underway at noon Thursday from Victoria Harbour. A self-described tracker junkie since the first race, McCall decided to enter the race in 2020 and ordered a kayak built in Victoria, but COVID-19 hit and canceled everything. This is the first time he was able to enter and he is looking forward to the adventure. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)