Clallam County

LETTER: Name-calling has no place in civilized discourse

As grownups, we’re meant to demonstrate that we don’t have to revert to coarse language.

Parking lot, lane closures set in Port Angeles

The work is being performed Sunday to lessen the impact to heavy truck traffic, city officials said.

Sequim pool welcomes swim team

While the welcome was warm Monday at the facility at 610 N. Fifth Ave., the water was not so much.

Sequim schools to replace sinks with high lead before first day of school

Lead testing on Sequim’s other schools wasn’t conducted over the summer as originally planned.

Shakespeare, free swim and concerts this weekend

Shakespeare, a free swim and lunch and a rockabilly concert in Quilcene are among the activities.

Tickets available for Hog Wild fundraiser on Saturday

Port Angeles benefit’s proceeds to help out obstetrics department at Olympic Medical Center.

Tribes to tell of gaps in health, education and justice on reservations

The panel discussion will provide input for an updated report on federal investments in the Native American tribes.

Birthday party, free entry at Olympic National Park to mark Park Service centennial

The event celebrates the establishment of the National Park Service on Aug. 25, 1916.

Paint the Peninsula artists capture outdoor beauty

Tickets to the reception and awards ceremony are $30 in advance or $35 at the door.

Forum considers downtown panhandlers in Port Angeles

Police Chief Brian Smith tells those at the meeting that a 60-day program of tighter enforcement appears to be working.

LETTER: Clallam commissioner hasn’t fulfilled his duty to the people

Mike Chapman has let politics, not facts, guide his decision-making.

Brush fire ignites reminder of burn bans on North Olympic Peninsula

The blaze was caused by a section of a tree falling into power lines.

Clallam County firefighters assist in battling Eastern Washington wildfire

The blaze in Stevens County has been challenging for firefighters because of steep terrain and accessibility to the fire lines.

Clallam County judge hopefuls at odds over veterans court

Brian Coughenour and Dave Neupert come down on different sides of idea that would direct veterans toward treatment.

National park fires calm

Although Olympic National Park fires have calmed, rising temperatures and winds could increase them.

Cline Spit closed to swimming

High concentrations of enterococcus bacteria, which is found in the feces of warm-blooded creatures, were found.

First Federal Community Foundation elects member to board of directors

Craig A. Curtis is an architect from Kitsap County, where he has been employed since 1987.