Clallam County

Tickets on sale for Live United prom

Tickets are on sale for the United Way of Clallam County’s Live United Prom, which is set for April 27. The annual awards… Continue reading

Tickets on sale for opera at Field Hall

Tickets are on sale for a performance of the opera, “La bohème,” at Field Arts and Events Hall. There will be only… Continue reading

Man arrested on investigation of assault of a infant

A Forks man has been arrested on investigation of second-degree assault that sent a 4-month-old to a Seattle hospital. Elijah J. Tabor, 21,… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners to call for bids on Towne Road next week

$2.7 million project to be funded with grant, road fund, real estate tax

McNulty to receive North Olympic Land Trust conservation award

Tim McNulty is set to receive the 11th Out Standing in the Field Award at the North Olympic Land Trust Conservation Breakfast… Continue reading

Peninsula College receives federal funds for dental hygiene program

Peninsula College has received $1.963 million for a dental hygienist program it is planning to start. The funds announced Friday are part… Continue reading

Sequim man arrested on child molestation

Iliff, 83, previously pleaded guilty to communication with minor

Soroptimist International club honors members with scholarships, awards

Soroptimist International of Port Angeles recognized several women with awards and scholarships at a luncheon at Joshua’s Restaurant. Chardonney Porter, Bezuayehu “Zoey”… Continue reading

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Peninsula College receives $3.9 million grant

Partners to focus on post-secondary enrollment

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Children take off from the starting ropes in search of prize-filled eggs at the 46th annual KONP Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at the Clallam County Fairgrounds in Port Angeles. Hundreds of youngsters took part in the event. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

And they’re off …

Youngsters around the Peninsula went in search of the Easter Bunny’s bounty at area egg hunts this weekend.… Continue reading

Children take off from the starting ropes in search of prize-filled eggs at the 46th annual KONP Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at the Clallam County Fairgrounds in Port Angeles. Hundreds of youngsters took part in the event. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Lost Mountain fire station near Sequim could be sold

Second recruitment meeting renders no volunteers

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A dog and owner were safely rescued from a steep ravine off of Henry Boyd Road.

Man, dog rescued from 200-foot ravine

Fire agencies use rope system to pull both to safety

A dog and owner were safely rescued from a steep ravine off of Henry Boyd Road.

A GROWING CONCERN: For a winning garden, add Brassica to your basket

WELL, WE ARE down to the Elite Eight in basketball. And now, you can pick your own winners from the Brassica bracket, and to help… 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… Continue reading

Kyle LeMaire.

Juan de Fuca Foundation seeking new director

Kyle LeMaire to step down after Memorial Day festival

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Port Angeles School Board selects Stevens Middle School contractor

Lower district enrollment means loss of state funds

2024's snow water equivalent was the third lowest on record since 2000 according to data from U.S. Department of Agriculture's SNOTEL snow monitoring system. The data shows snow water equivalent levels from the Waterhole site near Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. (Courtesy image/ U.S. Department of Agriculture)

Ridge ski season to end on Sunday

Low snow levels part of growing trend

2024's snow water equivalent was the third lowest on record since 2000 according to data from U.S. Department of Agriculture's SNOTEL snow monitoring system. The data shows snow water equivalent levels from the Waterhole site near Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. (Courtesy image/ U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Supporters of paraeducators rally outside the Port Angeles School District administration headquarters at Lincoln Center on Thursday. The Port Angeles Paraeducators Association has voted to strike April 8 if an agreement with the PASD for a 3.7 percent wage increase can't be reached. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

School board rally in Port Angeles

Supporters of paraeducators rally outside the Port Angeles School District administration headquarters at Lincoln Center on Thursday. The Port Angeles Paraeducators Association has voted to… Continue reading

Supporters of paraeducators rally outside the Port Angeles School District administration headquarters at Lincoln Center on Thursday. The Port Angeles Paraeducators Association has voted to strike April 8 if an agreement with the PASD for a 3.7 percent wage increase can't be reached. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

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