Clallam County

A GROWING CONCERN: Plan for the whole yard with this varied list of options

APRIL MARCHES ON, and so does your garden chore list. We’re now in the time to plant, plant, plant, but what to plant? That’s truly… Continue reading

Bill to add ballot drop boxes awaits governor’s signature

A bill requiring that dozens of additional ballot drop boxes be installed throughout Washington state has cleared both legislative chambers… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Look to the skies to see who’s on the wing

“THE VULTURES ARE coming!” That has a nice ring to it doesn’t it? At the least, it would make a good title for a science-fiction… Continue reading

Chimacum joins ferry fleet

The newest state ferry, Chimacum, joined the state fleet Friday and will carry ferry riders on the Seattle-Bremerton route this summer after crews… Continue reading

City manager: Mill shutdown could cost city of Port Angeles

The impending shutdown of the McKinley Paper Co. mill possibly through late 2018 could cost the city of Port Angeles $475,000 in… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading

Forks woman sentenced for burglary

A Forks woman has been sentenced to more than four years in state prison for a burglary that occurred at Forks Outfitters… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Use Medicare to avoid using Medicare

I CONCLUDED LAST week’s column with “Medicare happens,” implying that we were finished, at least for the time being, with talking about Medicare. I lied.… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: PA, Sequim horse riders place at meet

HORSEPLAY: PA, Sequim horse riders place at meet

SEQUIM AND PORT Angeles’ high school equestrian teams completed their third qualifying meets of the season March 24-26 in Spanaway. More than 100 competitors from… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: PA, Sequim horse riders place at meet

LETTER: Faith column missed the mark on God’s love vs. intolerance for sin

A March 24 Peninsula Daily News “Issues of Faith” column, “Run to the Cross to See God Anew,” [by the Rev. Patrick Lovejoy] may miss… Continue reading

LETTER: Foresight trumps hindsight when it comes to our country’s safety

Before opposing President Donald Trump’s immigration order, we might recall Dec. 14, 1999, when terrorist Ahmed Ressam arrived on the Coho ferry in Port Angeles,… Continue reading

LETTER: Letter writer needs to check his facts on Wild Olympics criticism

Regarding the points that former Clallam County Commissioner Phillip Kitchel makes in his March 28 letter to Peninsula Voices [“No Wild Olympics”], he suffers from… Continue reading

LETTER: Recent letter on ‘illegals’ cherry-picked data to suit opinion

The April 6 letter to Peninsula Voices, “Anti-sanctuaries,” seems to employ an analogy taken from the movie “A Time to Kill” to delegitimize sanctuary cities.… Continue reading

Man gets extra four-plus years for prison assault

A former Clallam Bay Corrections Center inmate has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for throwing urine on two… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Spring is the season for fresh asparagus sandwiches

EARLY SPRING 1994, my college roommate and I headed off on a grand camping road trip adventure. We followed the Columbia River out to the… Continue reading

Tim Roos

Photographer showcases finding the light in Port Angeles display

Imagine It Framed is showcasing the photography of Tim Roos through May 9. Roos’ work can be seen at the shop at… Continue reading

Tim Roos

Port Angeles man convicted of atttempting to elude police

A Clallam County jury has convicted James Robert Vines of attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle, Superior Court records show. Vines,… Continue reading

Sequim band leader Grand Marshal for Irrigation Festival

Sequim band leader Grand Marshal for Irrigation Festival

Vern Fosket, 57, is a familiar face at the Sequim Irrigation Festival. Despite living in Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim band leader Grand Marshal for Irrigation Festival
Tickets on sale for Port Angeles Symphony’s Bed & Breakfast Tour

Tickets on sale for Port Angeles Symphony’s Bed & Breakfast Tour

Bald eagles, wild trillium and views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca await participants in the Port Angeles Symphony’s Bed &Breakfast… Continue reading

Tickets on sale for Port Angeles Symphony’s Bed & Breakfast Tour

Tree removal planned on Highway 101 along Lake Crescent

Beginning Monday, drivers can expect delays on U.S. Highway 101 along Lake Crescent for four days while state Department of Transportation maintenance… Continue reading