Clallam County

Woman’s disappearance from Port Angeles 30 years ago remains a mystery

A lie detector test has made a 30-year-old cold case even more of a mystery in Clallam County.

Resurfacing scheduled to start today on some Olympic National Park roads

Hurricane Ridge Road work starts today while Hurricane Hill Road is set to close Tuesday.

LETTER: PDN missed out on passing of great musician

Most of the people in and around Sequim and Port Angeles would recall Pete as a great entertainer …

LETTER: ‘Petty harassment’ ended Port Angeles fluoridation

I personally experienced that aggression last winter …

PENINSULA HORSEPLAY: Moving homes creates changes, challenges for family

Life-changing events have necessitated the need for my family to downsize and simplify.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.

Festival in Agnew recreates colonial America

The four-day fest continues today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the George Washington Inn at 939 Finn Hall Road.

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Taste-testing muffins prompts recipe

I HAD THE very distinct honor two weeks ago of helping taste muffins made by the summer culinary arts students at the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Race to Alaska from Port Townsend planned for 2017

Expect at least one change to be announced during the Blazer Party on Sept. 9, race officials say.

LETTER: Health care bridges the divide

Republicans and Democrats banded together recently to sign funding letters that declared health centers, which would include the one in Port Angeles, as models.

LETTER: I’m voting for Donald Trump, and here’s why

Who do you want representing you when the U.S. Supreme Court inevitably has an opening over the next four years?

LETTER: Minimum wage hasn’t kept pace with cost of living

In Switzerland, people set the standard of living, not capitalists.

LETTER: Is Trump a fascist?

Here are some of the startling qualities he exhibits that make me think so.

Nippon paper mill, cogeneration plant in Port Angeles for sale

There is no sign the Ediz Hook facility would close, officials say.

Elwha River exhibit opens at tribal heritage center in Port Angeles

The exhibit, open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, is free to the public, though donations are welcome.