Clallam County

Clallam Transit leaders report that, in 2020 and 2021, exclusions have gone above pre-pandemic levels, with transit operators issuing exclusions for misbehavior, mostly nuisances, while at transit facilities or while riding on a bus across Clallam County. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Clallam Transit leaders report that, in 2020 and 2021, exclusions have gone above pre-pandemic levels, with transit operators issuing exclusions for misbehavior, mostly nuisances, while at transit facilities or while riding on a bus across Clallam County. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

PAT NEAL: Thank you for reading this

Thank you for reading this. Somebody must. I know this from all of the wonderful cards and letters you send. In this country, we have… Continue reading

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Sequim council chooses new mayor

Deputy mayor Ferrell follows Armacost for two-year term

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Exercise topic of Wednesday wellness forum

Pauline Geraci will present “The Importance of Exercise” at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Greaci’s presentation is part of WOW! Working on Wellness Radio Forum… Continue reading

Clear day over Port Angeles Harbor

Mount Baker looms Sunday afternoon over the Chinese-built bulk carrier Eredine and the cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, anchored at two of six federally designated anchor points in Port Angeles Harbor. The Ovation of the Seas is circling the Puget Sound area until it can either go to Australia or start its Alaskan season. Only crew members are on board. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

As far as the eye can see

Mount Baker looms Sunday afternoon over the Chinese-built bulk carrier Eredine and the cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, anchored at two of six federally… Continue reading

Clear day over Port Angeles Harbor

Mount Baker looms Sunday afternoon over the Chinese-built bulk carrier Eredine and the cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, anchored at two of six federally designated anchor points in Port Angeles Harbor. The Ovation of the Seas is circling the Puget Sound area until it can either go to Australia or start its Alaskan season. Only crew members are on board. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
Dennis Marvin Bauer is escorted out of Clallam County Superior Court after he was convicted of a 2018 triple murder on Monday. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)

Bauer found guilty of triple murder

Jury also finds him at fault for firearms violations

Dennis Marvin Bauer is escorted out of Clallam County Superior Court after he was convicted of a 2018 triple murder on Monday. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)
Bull elk watch as hundreds of widgeons leap from small pond in field in Sequim. (Photo courtesy John Gussman)

Birds in flight

By John Gussman For Peninsula Daily News Bull elk watch as hundreds of widgeons leap from small pond in field in Sequim.… Continue reading

Bull elk watch as hundreds of widgeons leap from small pond in field in Sequim. (Photo courtesy John Gussman)

Exploration of S’Klallam history on tap in Zoom presentation

David Brownell will use ethnographic and research materials to “reconstruct” the Sequim-Dungeness Valley landscape on Thursday. The presentation, which will be on… Continue reading

Shoreline permit OK’d for Elwha hotel

Forty-five feet of project falls within jurisdiction

Susan Sorensen to address Sequim Bay Yacht Club

Susan Sorensen will address a meeting of the Sequim Bay Yacht Club at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The presentation is in the Hendricks Public… Continue reading

Floods, emergency help reported across Washington state

Most damage from storms reported this weekend was in the southwestern part of the state, which experienced its worst flooding in a decade, although a… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System’s winter speaker series to begin Tuesday

Heidi Connor and Josh Geffre will present “Elwha Fish Tales in the Upper Elwha: Updates Since Dam Removal” at 7 p.m. Tuesday.… Continue reading

Katie Davis, left, and Jessica Garcia are the Olympic Angels case managers working with foster families and volunteers in Clallam and Jefferson counties. (April Thompson/Olympic Angels)
Katie Davis, left, and Jessica Garcia are the Olympic Angels case managers working with foster families and volunteers in Clallam and Jefferson counties. (April Thompson/Olympic Angels)

Overnight closures of Hood Canal Bridge planned

The state Department of Transportation has scheduled overnight closures of the Hood Canal Bridge on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The bridge is set… Continue reading

Port Angeles Food Bank starts fundraising campaign

Facility planned to be a service hub

Operators of Sequim’s Grocery Outlet Bargain Market plan to cease sales Saturday. (Emily Matthiessen / Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Grocery Outlet planning to close Saturday

Ulta Beauty may reopen its location later this year

Operators of Sequim’s Grocery Outlet Bargain Market plan to cease sales Saturday. (Emily Matthiessen / Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim schools hires interim superintendent

The Sequim School District has offered a six-month contract with its new interim superintendent. Board directors on Monday, Jan. 3, unanimously agreed to… Continue reading