Clallam County

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.
At least 125 people stand on the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Thursday morning for a vigil on the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The vigil was hosted by Indivisible Sequim. Later in the day, the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County hosted in Port Townsend a candlelight vigil to remember the law enforcement officers killed or wounded on duty at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and to show support for voting rights. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Vigil for Jan. 6

At least 125 people stand on the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Thursday morning for a vigil on the one-year anniversary of… Continue reading

At least 125 people stand on the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Thursday morning for a vigil on the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The vigil was hosted by Indivisible Sequim. Later in the day, the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County hosted in Port Townsend a candlelight vigil to remember the law enforcement officers killed or wounded on duty at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and to show support for voting rights. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

School delays due to inclement weather

There will be a two hour late start today for Sequim High School, Sequim Middle School, Helen Haller Elementary, Olympic Peninsula Academy and Dungeness Virtual… Continue reading

Visitors at Fairchild International Airport have something new to buzz about. Located inside at the entrance of the Airport Terminal Building, “Flight of Fancy,” created by Gene Unger and his partner Don Corson of Camaraderie Cellars Winery, features a handmade aircraft constructed out of parts of wine barrels. The tail number N92CC represents the first vintage year of the winery, 1992. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

‘Flight of Fancy’

Visitors at Fairchild International Airport have something new to buzz about. Located inside at the entrance of the Airport Terminal Building, “Flight of Fancy,” created… Continue reading

Visitors at Fairchild International Airport have something new to buzz about. Located inside at the entrance of the Airport Terminal Building, “Flight of Fancy,” created by Gene Unger and his partner Don Corson of Camaraderie Cellars Winery, features a handmade aircraft constructed out of parts of wine barrels. The tail number N92CC represents the first vintage year of the winery, 1992. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

COVID death reported in Clallam County

Another death from COVID-19 confirmed on Wednesday brings Clallam County’s total deaths since the pandemic began to 81. Dr. Allison Berry, health… Continue reading

Jan. 6 vigils set today in Sequim, Port Townsend

Indivisible Sequim will join the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County and other organizations across the country in hosting a vigil on… Continue reading

Kilmer hopes for federal funds for Highway 112 slides

Congressman discusses federal infrastructure bill

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Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza makes a closing argument in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court on Wednesday. Sheriff’s Sgt. Jeff Waterhouse and Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Michele Devlin look on.
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Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza makes a closing argument in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court on Wednesday. Sheriff’s Sgt. Jeff Waterhouse and Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Michele Devlin look on.

Commissioner’s move leaves vacancy on parks board

Clallam County Park & Recreation District No. 1 has a vacancy after a commissioner moved out of state. Commissioner Chuck Nagel moved away,… Continue reading

COVID-19 cases rise; lack of in-person meetings questioned

As confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to skyrocket on the North Olympic Peninsula, a Joyce couple questioned the need to continue conducting public meetings remotely during… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe seeks MAT committee member

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is seeking a Sequim resident to serve on the Jamestown Healing Clinic Community Advisory Committee. The board oversees the… Continue reading