Clallam County

Bridge repair prompts closure of part of Woodcock Road

A section of Woodcock Road will be closed for the summer as crews repair the Ward Bridge. Clallam County commissioners approved earlier this… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: The Circus is Coming to Town

THE CIRCUS IS coming to town! No, this one doesn’t involve caged animals. It’s even worse. This is a bureaucratic circus for the enjoyment of… Continue reading

PHOTO: A day in the sun at Port Williams County Park

Kelin Schaafsma of Sequim and her son Asher Schaafsma, 3, play in sand on the shores of Sequim Bay at Port Williams County Park as… Continue reading

PHOTO: Growing art on display in Sequim

Arlene Honnold of Sequim examines a 48-year-old Japanese maple on display during Saturday’s 42rd annual Spring Bonsai Show at Pioneer Memorial Park in Sequim. Dozens… Continue reading

Sequim seeks art for quarterly art exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission has announced that it is seeking entries for its next quarterly art exhibit. The theme for the exhibit… Continue reading

Public records fight goes before state Supreme Court

Case stems from lawsuit filed by media coalition

Fish and Wildlife Commission to meet in Port Angeles

The state Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet Friday and Saturday in Port Angeles. The meeting is set to be held in… Continue reading

Student Arts Week to be celebrated at Peninsula College

Peninsula College will celebrate Student Arts Week today through Friday. Student artwork will be on display from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Spring Quarter jazz show tonight at Peninsula College

David P. Jones and the PC Jazz Ensemble will host their spring quarter show at 7 tonight in Maier Hall. The concert… Continue reading

Numerous battles of Peninsula environmentalist remembered

Retired Dr. Eloise Kailin, a Sequim environmentalist whose activism stretched beyond her most recent fight — a successful battle against fluoridation of Port… Continue reading

An accord is reached: McKinley Paper Co., local union agree to labor contract

Start-up date of Port Angeles plant is still in question

Farm Family of the Year nominations sought for Clallam County Fair

The Clallam County Fair is seeking nominations for 2019 Farm Family of the Year. Nominations must be submitted by July 1. The… Continue reading

PHOTO: Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles donates $500 to program

The Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles donated $500 to KiwanisSIGN at a recent club meeting. KiwanisSIGN, which stands for Surgical Implant Generation Network, is a… Continue reading

Student films to be screened

Peninsula College will screen student films at the Moving Pictures Film Festival at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The festival, which is free and… Continue reading

Charley Starr
                                Team Angry Beaver rings the bell Monday afternoon as the winners of the 750-mile Race to Alaska, which began in Port Townsend on June 3.

Angry Beaver rings bell in Ketchikan

Race to Alaska winners based in Port Ludlow

Charley Starr
                                Team Angry Beaver rings the bell Monday afternoon as the winners of the 750-mile Race to Alaska, which began in Port Townsend on June 3.

Weather expert challenges severe drought assessment

Cliff Mass: Classification is ‘much too strong’

Police investigate after van driver attempts to run down pedestrians

Surveillance video shows vehicle make U-turn, drive down sidewalk in Port Angeles