Clallam County

LETTER: Have fluoridation issues finally caught up with us?

I’ve seen more dental advertisements in Port Angeles recently than in the past 10 years.

LETTER: Minimum wage hike would lead to economic disaster

Vote against Initiative 1433 to absolve the “general consequences.”

Young trio from Port Townsend to debut at Saturday fundraiser in Port Angeles

The three Ericksons were all top honorees at the Port Angeles Symphony’s Young Artist Competition.

Peninsula gains jobs — but average pay down

Peninsula gains jobs — but average pay down

Looking at average earnings from 1970 at 2015 rates, the average job earned $43,000 in Clallam whereas in 2014, the same job earned about $39,000, when figured at 2015 rates.

Peninsula gains jobs — but average pay down
Peninsula man honored at Safeco Field for 100th birthday

Peninsula man honored at Safeco Field for 100th birthday

The World War II and Korean War veteran turned 100 on Sept. 6 in Seattle as a guest of the Seattle Mariners.

Peninsula man honored at Safeco Field for 100th birthday
Man talked off Eighth Street bridge by Port Angeles police

Man talked off Eighth Street bridge by Port Angeles police

The man, who had left a suicide note at Peninsula Behavioral Health, prompted officers to draw their weapons after mentioning suicide by cop.

Man talked off Eighth Street bridge by Port Angeles police

Port Angeles declares water shortage alert

The weather forecast calls for no significant rain in the near future, an official says.

Highway 112 closure at Joe Creek to extend through weekend

The total roadway closure is allowing crews to replace a culvert for fish passage.

Woman hit by car in Port Angeles dies

She died in Seattle, according to her obituary published Sept. 9.

Clallam board receives preliminary budget

The preliminary roll-up budget shows flat revenues of $34.7 million and roll-up expenditures of $37.2 million in the county’s general fund for day-to-day operations.

City Roundup: Sequim council changes mind, moves forward with zoning changes

The council voted unanimously 7-0 Monday to make the first of several planned changes to the code following the city’s comprehensive plan.

LETTER: ‘Hillary’s America’ a dire prediction

The outlook if Clinton is elected is grim indeed.

LETTER: Clallam Superior Court hopefuls differ greatly on veterans court

It’s obvious that Brian Coughenour has no idea of the county’s vast veteran population.

LETTER: Hospital commissioner’s presumption of judgement invalidates his argument

In talking about Commissioner Mike Chapman, Jim Leskinovitch abdicates his duty to reserve bias.

LETTER: Vote for Randy Johnson for Clallam County commissioner

A recent letter writer saw conspiracies where there were none.

Logs and other woody debris lay scattered across newly formed beaches near the mouth of the Elwha River west of Port Angeles in February. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Registration taken now for tour of Beach Lake shoreline set Saturday

“The work is not complete — nor is our funding,” the project manager says.

Logs and other woody debris lay scattered across newly formed beaches near the mouth of the Elwha River west of Port Angeles in February. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Gray whale bones being prepared for exhibit at Port Townsend Marine Science Center

Gray whale bones being prepared for exhibit at Port Townsend Marine Science Center

The deceased animal had been anchored underwater at Naval Magazine Indian Island, and the bones are now drying in a greenhouse.

Gray whale bones being prepared for exhibit at Port Townsend Marine Science Center