Clallam County

Young performers from Clallam, Jefferson counties in annual competition this Saturday

Young performers from Clallam, Jefferson counties in annual competition this Saturday

Fifteen of the North Olympic Peninsula’s most devoted young musicians will perform in the 31st annual Young Artist Competition on Saturday. The… Continue reading

Young performers from Clallam, Jefferson counties in annual competition this Saturday
Snowgrass to focus on bluegrass

Snowgrass to focus on bluegrass

Area bluegrass musicians will gather to pluck and strum their favorite tunes at the 15th annual Snowgrass bluegrass performance at the Port… Continue reading

Snowgrass to focus on bluegrass
MarchFourth, instrument auction to raise funds for Juan de Fuca Festival

MarchFourth, instrument auction to raise funds for Juan de Fuca Festival

A fundraiser billed as a “mini-Juan de Fuca Festival” is planned Saturday. MarchFourth will perform while 52 artistically-decorated stringed instruments are auctioned… Continue reading

MarchFourth, instrument auction to raise funds for Juan de Fuca Festival

Port Angeles City Council endorses school levy

A Port Angeles School District levy proposition enjoyed unbridled support at a city council meeting this week. Port Angeles City Council members… Continue reading

Bridge adds link to Olympic Discovery Trail

Bridge adds link to Olympic Discovery Trail

Crews on Thursday were installing a 210-foot-long modular steel bridge for the Olympic Discovery Trail at Sequim Bay State Park. The 177,000-pound span… Continue reading

Bridge adds link to Olympic Discovery Trail

Kilmer, Cantwell, Murray to attend inauguration

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer of the 6th Congressional District and U.S. Sens. Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell of Washington state plan to attend… Continue reading

Peaceful rally set in Forks this Saturday

West End residents Hope Olson and Berlinda James will host a peaceful rally from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Forks Transit… Continue reading

Gathering for Hope this Saturday in Port Angeles

All are welcome at the Gathering for Hope planned at noon Saturday. “It’s a nonpartisan gathering,” said Dr. Ned Hammar, one of… Continue reading

Peninsula man attends inauguration full of hope

A North Olympic Peninsula resident now in Washington, D.C., for President-elect Donald J. Trump’s inauguration is looking forward to change. Joseph Lujan of… Continue reading

Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts as Melania Trump looks on during the 58th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington. (The Associated Press)

America First: Trump sworn in as 45th president

Pledging to empower America’s “forgotten men and women,” Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th… Continue reading

Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts as Melania Trump looks on during the 58th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington. (The Associated Press)

‘Two Spirits’ screenings in Forks, Port Angeles explore gender, identity

A film depicting the life and death of a transgender Native American is planned Thursday in Port Angeles and Feb. 1 in Forks. “Two Spirits”… Continue reading

Art, blugrass on tap at Art Blast

Fresh art and bluegrass music will be offered free to visitors to the Port Angeles Library tonight. January’s Art Blast at the… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Masseuse joins Sequim business … and other items

Via Vita Chiropractic & Wellness, 128 W. Bell St., recently hired Nicole Livengood, licensed massage practitioner. Her training of massage techniques includes Swedish,… Continue reading

Matthew Rainwater

Clallam GOP elects officers

Matthew Rainwater was elected chairman of the Clallam County Republican Party at the December organizational meeting of Republican precinct committee officers. Rainwater… Continue reading

Matthew Rainwater
Death penalty repeal bill introduced in Washington state

Death penalty repeal bill introduced in Washington state

Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson have announced a proposal to abolish the death… Continue reading

Death penalty repeal bill introduced in Washington state

Documentaries to be screened at Sequim Library

Visitors are invited to reboot in 2017 with stimulating, thought-provoking film screenings at the Sequim Library. Documentary films from around the world will… Continue reading

Identity theft conviction nets four-month sentence

A Port Angeles woman convicted of four counts of second-degree identity theft Jan. 12 has been sentenced to four months in jail,… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: The foundations for our national faith

AS HAPPENSTANCE WOULD have it, my turn in the rotation of writers for these “Issues of Faith” columns falls on the day that our country… Continue reading

Kids Create Art program resumes at Sequim Library this Saturday

The “Kids Create Art” program series will resume at the Sequim Library on Saturday. The introductory art workshops will be from 10:30 a.m.… Continue reading

LETTER: Anti-Obama letter displayed much bias but few sources

In the Jan. 15 letter to Peninsula Voices “Obama ‘pathetic,’” the writer uses many often-heard talking points and phrases without examples or sources for the… Continue reading