Clallam County

Special election ballots due today

Forks hospital, school levies to be decided

A pair of excavators demolish the former Bushwhacker Restaurant in Port Angeles on Saturday, clearing the space for a future Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
A pair of excavators demolish the former Bushwhacker Restaurant in Port Angeles on Saturday, clearing the space for a future Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Craig Romano, an award-winning guidebook author, will present a slideshow hiking tour around the Olympic Peninsula, Grays Harbor and the Long Beach Peninsula at the Olympic National Park Perspectives Winter Speaker Series event on March 19. (North Olympic Library System)

Olympic National Park’s ‘Perspectives’ series continues with ‘rare plants’ search on Tuesday

Patrick Loafman, a biological technician with Olympic National Park, will lead attendees of the next Olympic National Park’s Perspectives Winter Speaker Series… Continue reading

Craig Romano
Author
Craig Romano, an award-winning guidebook author, will present a slideshow hiking tour around the Olympic Peninsula, Grays Harbor and the Long Beach Peninsula at the Olympic National Park Perspectives Winter Speaker Series event on March 19. (North Olympic Library System)

Field Arts Events Hall is looking to expand its Port Angeles programs

After-school arts activity called Peninsula Performs coming to middle school

Mike Hill, current Sequim deputy police chief, will start March 1 as police chief following the retirement of Sheri Crain. He started full-time on the force in 2001. (City of Sequim)

Hill named chief of police in Sequim

Shari Crain expected to retire on March 1

Mike Hill, current Sequim deputy police chief, will start March 1 as police chief following the retirement of Sheri Crain. He started full-time on the force in 2001. (City of Sequim)
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Cutline: Sequim’s high school equestrian team brought home a whopping 12 first place wins  at the  first  WAHSET meet of the season , from Left: Libby Swanberg , Kennady Gilbertson, Joanna Seelye, Katelynn Middleton-Sharpe  and Asha Swanberg.

HORSEPLAY: Sequim High School opens season with 12 blue ribbons

I’M SO PROUD of Sequim High School’s equestrian team for bringing home 12 blue ribbons from their first competition of the season! Held Jan. 25-28… Continue reading

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Cutline: Sequim’s high school equestrian team brought home a whopping 12 first place wins  at the  first  WAHSET meet of the season , from Left: Libby Swanberg , Kennady Gilbertson, Joanna Seelye, Katelynn Middleton-Sharpe  and Asha Swanberg.

A GROWING CONCERN: Make your houseplants feel at home

AS WE MOVE into February, and the end of winter soon, let’s look inward towards your living arrangements. A few days ago, as I was… Continue reading

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Clallam volunteers to be nominated for recognition

2024 Community Service Awards deadlines set

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Lorraine Shore is sworn in as undersheriff by Clallam County Sheriff Brian King.

Deputy Shore sworn in as new undersheriff

Shore also to lead emergency management

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Lorraine Shore is sworn in as undersheriff by Clallam County Sheriff Brian King.

Drilling to disrupt Mora Road traffic

Work crews from Haztech Drilling will begin geotechnical drilling along Mora Road at 7 a.m. Monday, according to a National Park Service… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Breakfast meetings with networking and educational programs are held Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off… Continue reading

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Irish-themed tunes in ‘Emerald Green & Navy Blue’

On this stage, everyone’s at least a little bit Irish. The Sequim City Band and guest Navy Band Northwest offer a St. Patrick’s… Continue reading

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Carol and Ralph, played by Sharon DelaBarre and Pat Owens, share a tender moment speaking about their spouses in a dog park bench in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “The Last Romance.”
Matthew Nash/ Olympic Peninsula News Group

Carol and Ralph, played by Sharon DelaBarre and Pat Owens, share a tender moment speaking about their spouses in a dog park bench in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “The Last Romance.”

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

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Casey, a Great Dane, recuperates at Welfare For Animals Guild’s Half Way Home Ranch after being found on the West End with reported gunshot injuries and severe dehydration.

WAG rescues dog with gunshot injury

Agency seeks support for rescues’ major surgeries

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Casey, a Great Dane, recuperates at Welfare For Animals Guild’s Half Way Home Ranch after being found on the West End with reported gunshot injuries and severe dehydration.

Clallam County measures offered by hospital, school districts

One hospital and two school districts have levy measures on Clallam County’s special election ballot on Tuesday. The county assessor on Jan.… Continue reading

An art show featuring Lauren Blair Churchill will open at Dandelion Botanical Co. in Sequim on Saturday. (Lauren Blair Churchill)

Dandelion Botanical Co. to host art show opening Saturday

An art show featuring Lauren Blair Churchill will open at Dandelion Botanical Co. in Sequim this weekend. The show will be from 4… Continue reading

An art show featuring Lauren Blair Churchill will open at Dandelion Botanical Co. in Sequim on Saturday. (Lauren Blair Churchill)