Clallam County

Sequim police chief talks about changing attitudes toward police

Bill Dickinson tells Sequim Chamber meeting he’s seen even local attitudes toward law enforcement shift in recent months.

Farmers markets to celebrate on the Peninsula this Saturday

Adults and children are invited to help local farmers markets recognize National Farmers Market Week.

Tickets on sale now for Harvest Dinner on Sept. 10 in Sequim

Chefs at Pacific Pantry will prepare a meal with ingredients from within 100 miles of the city for the 17th annual event.

It’s Richards, Johnson in November race for Clallam County commission

In today’s count of ballots, Johnson edged Gabe Rygaard by 192 votes in the top-two primary race.

Third Hog Wild event will feature rib cook-off at Port Angeles winery Aug. 27

Tickets are on sale now for “Hog Wild — A Night of Games, Suds and Grub,” planned at Harbinger Winery.

Clallam County commissioners to mull contract extension for legal representation today

A short-term extension give county officials time to re-examine human resources legal services.

Back-to-school events in Port Angeles, Sequim to provide needed supplies

School supplies, school information, SmileMobile sign-ups and immunizations to be among offerings.

New manager has started at Sequim YMCA

Kurt Turner brings 10 years of experience in YMCAs in Texas, most recently as the membership director of the Southwest Family YMCA in Austin.

Park Service to continue operating Elwha water facility, but future remains uncertain

The National Park Service and Port Angeles remain at odds over next steps.

Registration taken now for Aug. 20 forestry field day in Sequim

The event will be conducted by experts in forest management, wildlife habitat and other forest stewardship disciplines.

Sequim school bond proposal might be pushed into late 2017

Educational Programs and Operations levy might take precedent over new building construction.

Juan de Fuca Foundation seeks donations of unwanted stringed instruments to be made into art

Instruments will be made into decorative pieces and auctioned in January in Port Angeles to help support foundation programs.

ANDREW MAY: Now’s the time to look ahead to fall

What is it you want from the garden, or what do you wish to accomplish? This is the essence of what drives chores that need to be done as the year moves from mid- to a late demarcation.