Clallam County

VR guided meditation, gardening lecture, dancing set for Thursday

VR guided meditation, a Green Thumb lecture and dancing are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Come for the view, stay for the plastic

IT WAS DAYLIGHT in the swamp. Something had gone terribly wrong. There was an ominous silence with no reassuring splatter of rain drops hitting the… Continue reading

Cure for cabin fever

Pedestrians walk along Olympic Hot Springs Road in the Elwha Valley of Olympic National Park recently. The road, which is gated near the park boundary… Continue reading

Clallam 2 Fire Rescue recognizes staff members

Clallam 2 Fire Rescue recognized several individuals at its annual awards and recognition banquet Feb. 1. Firefighter/EMT Tim Davis was awarded the… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival calls for artists

The Sequim Irrigation Festival has announced a call for artists and creators of upcycled arts and crafts for its Innovative Arts and Crafts… Continue reading

Port Angeles Parks & Rec commission to hold interviews

The Port Angeles Parks, Recreation & Beautification Commission will conduct interviews with commission applicants Thursday. The special meeting is at 5:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Sequim city manager Charlie Bush resigns

Multiple factors went into decision, effective April 17

Wild Olympics legislation heads to House floor vote

Legislation would designate 126,600 acres of Olympic National Forest as wilderness

US Census Bureau hiring in Jefferson, Clallam counties

Recruitment station open Feb. 12 at Clallam County Courthouse

Clallam County Fair queen selected in Port Angeles

The 2020 Clallam County Fair Queen Anna Menkal receives her crown from 2019 Queen Saydee Peters as 2020 Princess Hannah McDaniel looks… Continue reading

Clallam County’s chief prosecutor tells of rise in violent crime

Nichols: “We are on track to double felony violent crime cases”

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush resigned Feb. 10 after a four-and-a-half-year stint as the city’s top administrator. (City of Sequim)

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush resigns

Lead administrator is taking a ‘mid-career break’ to pursue life goal of hiking Appalachian Trail

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush resigned Feb. 10 after a four-and-a-half-year stint as the city’s top administrator. (City of Sequim)

Advisory votes on tax increases under fire

State senators claim they confuse voters, use biased language

Clallam County residents make list at Gonzaga

Five Clallam County residents have been named to Gonzaga University’s fall 2019 dean’s and president’s lists. Local students named on the president’s list… Continue reading

EDC UPDATE: Valentine’s Day time to show love for local business

By Colleen McAleer Economic Development Corp. Brrrr!!! February. It may be the shortest and coldest month of the year but it holds the promise of… Continue reading

Picture perfect pit stop

Tash Williams, left, takes a photograph of his aunt, Mia Boyd, and her daughter, McKynzii Boyd, 8, on the grounds of Lake Crescent Lodge at… Continue reading

Research, self help, social fieldwork on tap for Wednesday

Genealogical research and pizza, self-help for pain and an introduction to social fieldwork are among the upcoming offerings on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

School levies on today’s special election ballot

Voters in three Clallam school districts will decide four measures