Clallam County

HELP LINE: Now is the time to apply to be a Tax-Aide volunteer

Tax-Aide volunteers must submit an applicaiton, study the material and attend two weekends of training.

LETTER: Clinton needs look no further than herself for a ‘deplorable’

Her inaction on Benghazi was among a handful of incidents that makes her a “deplorable,” not Republicans.

LETTER: Shame on Mike Pence for his support of Trump’s immorality

The Indiana governor snubs the biblical direction to “flee from sexual immorality” and throws his own integrity under the bus.

LETTER: Vote for Initiative 735 to get big money out of politics

The measure calls for a repeal of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.

LETTER: Vote Richards for Clallam commissioner for new days, not old interests

Randy Johnson, his challenger, would be just another former timber executive deciding on our county’s future.

LETTER: You can’t do better than Neupert for Clallam Superior Court judge

His unimpeachable integrity and judgement would be a boon for county residents.

Dylan Carroll

Not-guilty pleas entered in fugitive case

Dylan Keith Carroll of Alabama faces a Nov. 28 trial in Port Angeles on charges of first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a stolen vehicle.

Dylan Carroll

Sequim man pleads guilty to unlawful imprisonment

Christopher Charles Cooper will be sentenced Tuesday in Clallam County Superior Court.

State Board of Natural Resources to talk timber harvests Monday

State Board of Natural Resources to talk timber harvests Monday

The six-member panel will tackle the issue of impacts of riparian harvests on the 10-year sustainable harvest calculation at its special meeting in Olympia.

State Board of Natural Resources to talk timber harvests Monday

Clallam County Public Utility District officials, Initiative 732 proponents talk finances

The Nov. 8 ballot measure to address climate change by taxing carbon pollution was debated at a Port Angeles Business Association meeting.

Clallam, Jefferson power crews still working to restore power

Power has been restored to much of the West End that experienced an outage on Friday.

Twisted History Tours and Haunt Town team up to offer combo deal on local frights

Twisted History Tours and Haunt Town team up to offer combo deal on local frights

Visitors can learn of the area’s reported supernatural happenings with proceeds supporting local organizations.

Twisted History Tours and Haunt Town team up to offer combo deal on local frights
Downtown Pirate Daze postponed in Port Angeles

Downtown Pirate Daze postponed in Port Angeles

The event is meant to help foster a relationship between businesses and college students has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. on Oct. 22.

Downtown Pirate Daze postponed in Port Angeles

A GROWING CONCERN: Go full-on fall foliage with these trees, bushes, grasses

The next eight weeks are the best time to plant shrubs and trees for either year-round or autumn glory.

Coast Guard rescues Port Angeles middle school students from Lake Crescent camp

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office reported that all the kids were expected to be transported to safety by 10 p.m.

Town hall forum in Forks canceled due to weather

The event was scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Forks High School lunch room, 261 Spartan Ave.

Forecasters say storm headed toward Peninsula on Saturday could be among strongest

Forecasters say storm headed toward Peninsula on Saturday could be among strongest

National Weather Service: Residents in Western Washington should prepare for widespread power outages as the storm moves into Puget Sound.

Forecasters say storm headed toward Peninsula on Saturday could be among strongest
Port of Port Angeles keeps Masco Maritime as managers of boat haven, yard

Port of Port Angeles keeps Masco Maritime as managers of boat haven, yard

The area formerly operated by Port Angeles Marine has been under Masco’s management since Feb. 29.

Port of Port Angeles keeps Masco Maritime as managers of boat haven, yard
Volunteers turn 1,500 pounds of apples into applesauce for those in need

Volunteers turn 1,500 pounds of apples into applesauce for those in need

Effort by Clallam County’s Washington State University Extension Office aims to ease storage issue for food banks.

Volunteers turn 1,500 pounds of apples into applesauce for those in need