Clallam County

Trashion Show encore to be conducted Sunday

Celebrate Mother Earth with an encore of the second Trashion Show from the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair from… Continue reading

Woman gets 20 years for murder

Court adds four months for max penalty

‘Art in Bloom’ exhibit this weekend at fine arts center

“Art in Bloom,” a popup exhibit, will be on display for Mother’s Day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday.… Continue reading

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CERT receives Serve Washington volunteer award

The Sequim Operational Area and Eastern Clallam County Community Emergency Response Emergency Team program received the state Volunteer Service Award for the Peninsula/Coastal… Continue reading

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Former ER physician still faces civil trial

Hill pleaded guilty to lesser charges Friday

Funds to rebuild lodge at Ridge will not be in ’25 federal budget

Park superintendent tells commissioners she’s ‘committed’

Volunteers from the Michael Trebert Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution prepare in October 2023 to clean the stone for a World War I monument in Carlsborg. The group looks to restore the stone this year. Pictured, from left, are Wanda Bean, Judy Nordstrom, Ginny Wagner, Mona Kinder, Darlene Cook, Kristine Konopaski, Pam Grider, Sharlyn Tompkins and Amira-Lee Salavati. Participants not pictured include Judy Tordini and Lindsey Christianson. (Michael Trebert Chapter/Daughters of the American Revolution)

Organization seeks soldiers’ names for WWI monument

A monument was placed in front of a public school on Carlsborg Road in 1924 with a bronze plaque and a message. “In… Continue reading

Volunteers from the Michael Trebert Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution prepare in October 2023 to clean the stone for a World War I monument in Carlsborg. The group looks to restore the stone this year. Pictured, from left, are Wanda Bean, Judy Nordstrom, Ginny Wagner, Mona Kinder, Darlene Cook, Kristine Konopaski, Pam Grider, Sharlyn Tompkins and Amira-Lee Salavati. Participants not pictured include Judy Tordini and Lindsey Christianson. (Michael Trebert Chapter/Daughters of the American Revolution)

Rotary meeting for Wednesday at new venue

Wendy Bart will address the Port Angeles Noon Rotary at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. The club has changed venues this week and will… Continue reading

Packed races begin to emerge

Political hopefuls file intent to run

Midge Vogan of Port Angeles sprays cleaner on a pair of sculptures in the 100 block of North Laurel Street in downtown Port Angeles on Saturday as part of the fourth annual Big Spring Spruce Up, sponsored by the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Dozens of volunteers spread out over the downtown area to help beautify the city. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Spring Spruce Up in Port Angeles

Midge Vogan of Port Angeles sprays cleaner on a pair of sculptures in the 100 block of North Laurel Street in downtown Port Angeles on… Continue reading

Midge Vogan of Port Angeles sprays cleaner on a pair of sculptures in the 100 block of North Laurel Street in downtown Port Angeles on Saturday as part of the fourth annual Big Spring Spruce Up, sponsored by the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Dozens of volunteers spread out over the downtown area to help beautify the city. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Community resource events set

Concerned Citizens will host a series of community resource events Tuesday through Thursday. Events are scheduled for 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.… Continue reading

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Sequim sets ‘Flow’ theme for downtown park

Carrie Blake Park bridges set for 2025 replacement

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Tribe to fish Elwha this fall

Second fishery since dam removal limited to 400 cohos

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

Participants in Friday's Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Walk make their way along First Street in Port Angeles on their way from the Lower Elwha Klallam Heritage Center to Port Angeles Civic Field. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Hundreds march to honor missing, murdered Indigenous people

Acknowledging gains, tribal leaders say more needs to be done

Participants in Friday's Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Walk make their way along First Street in Port Angeles on their way from the Lower Elwha Klallam Heritage Center to Port Angeles Civic Field. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A GROWING CONCERN: When April showers bring May problems

WE’VE ALL HEARD the saying “April showers bring May flowers.” The problem is, this year’s April showers were very late in coming! What makes matters… Continue reading

the Hand-Book Almanac of the Pacific States

BACK WHEN: A guidebook to a Peninsula of days gone past

LET’S BEGIN WITH a Jeopardy question. “This book is filled with trivial information.” Answer, “What is the Hand-Book Almanac of the Pacific States”? I found… Continue reading

the Hand-Book Almanac of the Pacific States

Former physician agrees to plea deal for assaults

Sentencing hearing set for June 24

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