Clallam County

Clallam County bans overnight camping at rest areas

Deer Park, Highway 112 locations affected

Sequim power outage scheduled for May 26-27

A scheduled power outage will affect electric service Tuesday, May 26, beginning at 11:55 p.m. and lasting until approximately 4 a.m. Wednesday, May… Continue reading

Lawsuit against Sequim looks to halt MAT clinic

Save Our Sequim, Parkwood owner file jointly in Clallam Superior Court

Rental relief demand prompts Port Angeles council action

Demand for the city’s COVID-19 rental relief program has outpaced supply, prompting the Port Angeles City Council to transfer $37,000 and waive… Continue reading

Will Coho ferry service be stalled for the rest of the year?

Marketing company says return may be more likely in 2021

Sequim Botanical Garden boasts hundreds of irises

Hundreds of irises will be blooming over the next few weeks in the Sequim Botanical Garden at Carrie Blake Park. Peonies will come… Continue reading

Materials found next door to Tse-whit-zen site

Log yard location of planned stormwater drainage system

Clallam now on short list for Phase 2

Health official: County doesn’t meet all criteria yet

Peninsula College Drama Department presents first-ever Zoom performance

‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime’ to be livestreamed June 12-13, 17

Anian Shores seeks to soar seven stories

Deadline today for comment

DAISY award recognizes OMC nurse

The DAISY Foundation has recognized Ninette Swanson, a registered nurse at Olympic Medical Center, with its DAISY award. The award recognizes the… Continue reading

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Essential: work, mothering, reading

STEPHANIE LAND, AUTHOR of the bestselling “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay and a Mother’s Will to Survive,” granted me a 15-minute interview. I’d just read… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: The Quarantine Chronicles: Boomer remover review

Imagine a view from a ridge top high in the mountains. It looks like someplace up the Dungeness, where there’s nothing but bare rock without… Continue reading

Willey presented with leadership award

Dr. Scott Kennedy, Olympic Medical Center’s chief medical officer, presented the center’s leadership award to Wendy Willey. Willey is the center’s administrative… Continue reading