Clallam County

Drop profanity ban, Port Angeles city attorney advises

“It may be well-intended, but it may be difficult if not impossible to define what profanity is,” the mayor said.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

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

Fireball reported across Pacific Northwest sky

The cause of the phenomenon was unknown Saturday.

Hearing reset for man charged in Joyce-area armed standoff

His defense attorney says she has not yet received his mental health evaluation report.

LETTER: Clallam commissioner candidate should get his facts straight

Randy Johnson misunderstood the message presented by atmospheric sciences professor Cliff Mass over I-732.

LETTER: Fascism is fascism, no matter how you word it

Paying lip service to compassion doesn’t make you a decent human being.

LETTER: Hospital commissioner’s insulting remarks about Chapman a travesty

As a county commissioner, Mike Chapman has no say in city issues, such as Port Angeles water fluoridation.

Tribute concert to celebrate Peninsula music man’s love of music

Tribute concert to celebrate Peninsula music man’s love of music

Dewey Ehling died Aug. 7 of pneumonia at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle at the age of 87.

Tribute concert to celebrate Peninsula music man’s love of music
Two memorial services planned for Sequim businessman, volunteer

Two memorial services planned for Sequim businessman, volunteer

Louie Rychlik died Aug. 9 at the age of 74 from complications of a stroke.

Two memorial services planned for Sequim businessman, volunteer
Jammin’ in the Park for whole Port Angeles community

Jammin’ in the Park for whole Port Angeles community

The free event will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at Waterfront Park in downtown Port Angeles.

Jammin’ in the Park for whole Port Angeles community
Department of Natural Resources’ projected timber sales up in Clallam County, officials say

Department of Natural Resources’ projected timber sales up in Clallam County, officials say

Revenue forecast is showing increase of $2.68 million for the year.

Department of Natural Resources’ projected timber sales up in Clallam County, officials say

Suspect named in fatal Port Angeles hit-and-run

Nineteen-year-old driver tells police he thought he hit debris.

Port Angeles Waterfront Center applies for tax-exempt status

The name was chosen for a new nonprofit corporation that will ultimately own and operate the center near the city’s waterfront and downtown core, officials announced.

Mourning described at overdose awareness rally in Port Angeles

Mourning described at overdose awareness rally in Port Angeles

One brother’s death reaffirmed the other’s need to share his story during a rally and walk in Port Angeles.

Mourning described at overdose awareness rally in Port Angeles
Bail set at $150,000 in new case for alleged bus-passenger attacker Riley E. White

Bail set at $150,000 in new case for alleged bus-passenger attacker Riley E. White

Port Angeles resident is now charged with assaulting a female tenant at his house.

Bail set at $150,000 in new case for alleged bus-passenger attacker Riley E. White
Navy awards $25.6 million contract for Port Angeles pier

Navy awards $25.6 million contract for Port Angeles pier

Watts-Orion Joint Venture of Gig Harbor to start construction by the end of October on approach trestle and pier at Coast Guard station.

Navy awards $25.6 million contract for Port Angeles pier
Agnew man completes wheelchair ride for accessibility amid growing fanfare

Agnew man completes wheelchair ride for accessibility amid growing fanfare

Ian Mackay rode to Portland, Ore., to underscore the need for accessible trails.

Agnew man completes wheelchair ride for accessibility amid growing fanfare
Good deeds from North Olympic Peninsula have big impact for Ohio woman

Good deeds from North Olympic Peninsula have big impact for Ohio woman

Born with spina bifida, Rebecca Stebler gets gift of mobility thanks to local efforts.

Good deeds from North Olympic Peninsula have big impact for Ohio woman

Probe continues into Port Angeles hate crime

“We haven’t referred the case yet because we can’t say positively that we have the right two people,” the police chief said.