Clallam County

A GROWING CONCERN: Think about size to keep perspective

I AM STILL under more than 8 inches of compacted melting snow after more than 36 inches of white stuff fell upon me over the… Continue reading

Clallam County reports 82nd COVID death

Statewide, hospitals nearing crisis, officials say

Clallam Parks and Recreation District No. 1 accepting applications for vacancy

Clallam County Parks and Recreation District No. 1 is accepting applications for a seat on its board of commissioners. The seat, which was… Continue reading

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A mobile home off Calawah Way in Forks was destroyed in a fire that started behind a refrigerator.

Dog dies in Forks mobile home fire

Couple and another pet safe

Forks Fire Department
A mobile home off Calawah Way in Forks was destroyed in a fire that started behind a refrigerator.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Virtual meeting 7:30 a.m. Tuesday via Zoom. This week will be a business meeting. The Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7735803377,… Continue reading

Fairview boil-water advisory lifted

Clallam County Public Utility District repaired a water main break that had prompted a boil-water advisory for the Fairview water system near… Continue reading

Health order lawsuit hearing postponed

Clallam County answers injunction request, saying more deaths likely if mandate lifted

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Cutline: Knowing access to drinking water is vital to an animal’s health Lillian Bond uses a pick axe to break through the top layer of ice in her horse’s water trough.

HORSEPLAY: Planning on riding in winter? Here are a few tips

CRUNCH, CRUNCH, CRUNCH. That was the sound I heard as through the snow I trudged. A twice-daily task it was to feed hay to my… Continue reading

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Cutline: Knowing access to drinking water is vital to an animal’s health Lillian Bond uses a pick axe to break through the top layer of ice in her horse’s water trough.
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How to donate, apply

Donations to the Peninsula Home Fund can be made at any time during the year. Every gift to the Peninsula Home Fund makes a difference… Continue reading

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In-person access limited to legislative session

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to restrictions on the legislative session that begins Monday. A limited number of lawmakers will be on… Continue reading

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Dennis Bauer confers with lawyer Karen Unger.

Jury deliberating

Above, Michele Devlin, Clallam County chief criminal deputy prosecuting, top, moves mannequins that illustrate bullet trajectories during closing arguments Thursday in the triple-murder trial of… Continue reading

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Dennis Bauer confers with lawyer Karen Unger.
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Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

Buttercup Lane — which includes, from left, members Mike and Diane Johnson, Rodger Bigelow, Dave Keyte and Joe D’entrone — play at Olympic Theatre Arts Center tonight.
Buttercup Lane — which includes, from left, members Mike and Diane Johnson, Rodger Bigelow, Dave Keyte and Joe D’entrone — play at Olympic Theatre Arts Center tonight.
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Bob Stokes, owner of Studio Bob in Port Angeles, right, affixes a sold tag to the oil painting "Sagittarius" by Daniel Miller as Port Angeles artist Sarah Tucker helps on Thursday to prepare for this weekend's "Bring Your Own Art" exhibition.

Bring Your Own Art show opens Saturday

Studio Bob’s 23rd Bring Your Own Art Show will put the spotlight on 93 pieces by a variety of artists when it… Continue reading

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Bob Stokes, owner of Studio Bob in Port Angeles, right, affixes a sold tag to the oil painting "Sagittarius" by Daniel Miller as Port Angeles artist Sarah Tucker helps on Thursday to prepare for this weekend's "Bring Your Own Art" exhibition.

Genealogical lecture offered Saturday

David Obee will present “Between Friend/Entre Amis: Cousins Across the Border” at 10 a.m. Saturday. Obee is a Canadian researcher, writer and… Continue reading

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Karen Unger, attorney for accused triple-murderer Dennis Bauer, shows a photo to the jury Thursday during closing arguments that shows bullet casing found on the dryer of victim Darrell Iverson.

Jury deciding Bauer’s fate

Attorneys rest in triple-murder case

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Karen Unger, attorney for accused triple-murderer Dennis Bauer, shows a photo to the jury Thursday during closing arguments that shows bullet casing found on the dryer of victim Darrell Iverson.