Clallam County

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the… Continue reading

Four-hour delays around Lake Crescent to resume Monday

Four-hour delays are expected to resume for three days this week beginning Monday on U.S. Highway 101 around Lake Crescent. The… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Explore available tools to help make retirement plans

I’M HOPING TO get your attention: I get a lot of emails from a lot of people who have figured out that they’re aging. Well,… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Clallam Conservation District is here to help

BOY DO I remember well slogging through knee-deep mud during my first winter years of horse ownership 20-plus years ago when I moved with family… Continue reading

Margins narrow on two races in Clallam County

More than 10,000 ballots received on Election Day

Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council seeks new members

Five positions open; applications due Dec. 3

Olympic Medical Center registered nurse receives DAISY award

The DAISY Foundation has recognized Karen Reeder, a registered nurse at Olympic Medical Center’s medication-assisted treatment program, with its DAISY award. The award recognizes extraordinary,… Continue reading

Sequim Civic Center gallery named after longtime city clerk

Kuznek-Reese honored for her service, dedication to art

THE COOKING HOBBYIST: Thanksgiving is coming, as are the delicious leftovers

Although I find it difficult to believe it’s already November (where did the rest of the year go?), I am happy to announce it’s nearly… Continue reading

Treatment arranged for Port Angeles man charged with making threats to kill

A substitute teacher who allegedly threatened to kill people on a hit list will enter a 30-day inpatient drug and alcohol treatment… Continue reading

Clallam County auditor to count again on Saturday

Today’s count reveals outcomes unchanged

Bid to remove Bruch’s title of mayor fails in Port Angeles

Controversial idea for park fence, alleged lack of leadership, lead to motion

Veterans Day events planned through Tuesday

Veterans Day events are planned for several days on the North Olympic Peninsula. Most observances will be on Monday, Veterans Day, but some are this… Continue reading

$30 car tab measure passing, billions could be cut

State and local governments could end up scrambling to pay for road paving and other transportation projects… Continue reading

Ozias holding onto county commission seat

Incumbent Mark Ozias was winning the race against Sequim City Council member Brandon Janisse for the Sequim-area District 1 position on the… Continue reading

McCaughan, Meyer, Napiontek ahead in Port Angeles City Council races

Robinson, Cunningham, Carr trailing after second count of ballots

Affirmative action referendum losing in state

More than two decades after Washington voters banned affirmative action in the state, a ballot measure… Continue reading

State permit for Field Arts & Events Hall expected Friday

Development in Port Angeles would be followed by heavy equipment staging

Sequim man gets five years in prison for thousands of child pornography images, videos

A Sequim man was sentenced to five years in prison in Clallam County Superior Court on Thursday after federal agents discovered more… Continue reading