Clallam County

Not just a drill: Joyce group prepares for the worst

Not just a drill: Joyce group prepares for the worst

Members have worked to gather supplies and food, train residents for an emergency and reduce risks in and around Joyce.

Not just a drill: Joyce group prepares for the worst

Body found on Olympic National Park coastline

Weather conditions have made it difficult to recover the body, rangers said.

ARTfusion show slated for Labor Day weekend

ARTfusion show slated for Labor Day weekend

Four of Sequim’s award-winning professional artists will be featured.

ARTfusion show slated for Labor Day weekend
Boldly go … celebrate 50 years of Star Trek with Sequim Art Walk

Boldly go … celebrate 50 years of Star Trek with Sequim Art Walk

The monthly self-guided tour will take visitors on a journey through local art venues.

Boldly go … celebrate 50 years of Star Trek with Sequim Art Walk

Clallam County Historical Society garage sale prices slashed this weekend

Today is half-price day at the Port Angeles sale. On Saturday, sale items will cost a buck a bag.

Dance, garden tour, ribbon-cutting on Peninsula

Events taking place across the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.

Green River Mountain Men to re-enact trapper gathering

Green River Mountain Men to re-enact trapper gathering

Activities will include black-powder shoots, primitive archery, a dutch oven cooking competition, scrimshaw, music, storytelling and children’s activities.

Green River Mountain Men to re-enact trapper gathering
Hot Springs Road reopens to pedestrians, cyclists on weekends

Hot Springs Road reopens to pedestrians, cyclists on weekends

It will take an estimated four to six weeks to complete the project, officials said.

Hot Springs Road reopens to pedestrians, cyclists on weekends

ISSUES OF FAITH: The primary purpose of religion

Religion comes on the scene to bring the part back into a proper relationship with the larger whole.

Lecturer to lead discussions on capital punishment

Lecturer to lead discussions on capital punishment

The talks will take place next week at the Forks, Port Angeles and Sequim libraries.

Lecturer to lead discussions on capital punishment

LETTER: Cliff Mass plays it too safe in describing climate change effects

The atmospheric sciences professor ignores certainty in favor of obfuscation.

LETTER: Kaepernick doesn’t stand for the oppressed

The 49ers quarterback could choose to help instead of refusing to stand for the national anthem.

Make.Believe showcases three Kitsap County artists

The Port Townsend show will run through Sept. 25.

PHOTOS: Hundreds take to the street in Overdose Awareness Day walk in Port Angeles

PHOTOS: Hundreds take to the street in Overdose Awareness Day walk in Port Angeles

Love is raised up over judgment amid stories of recovery and mourning.

PHOTOS: Hundreds take to the street in Overdose Awareness Day walk in Port Angeles

Cancellation prompts extension of Concerts on the Pier in Port Angeles

Three of the four band members of Joy in Mudville were ill, an organizer said.

New Moon rising: Tavern set to do business under new ownership starting today

New Moon rising: Tavern set to do business under new ownership starting today

Formerly the Lazy Moon Craft Tavern, the New Moon in Port Angeles will feature beer, cider and wine — and the same staff.

New Moon rising: Tavern set to do business under new ownership starting today

Donald Trump visits Mexico, defends United States’ right to build border wall

Republican presidential nominee praises Mexicans as “amazing people” after meeting with the country’s president, Enrique Pena Nieto.

LETTER: Chapman votes with his conscience, not the status quo

A recent letter writer mischaracterized his not supporting Port Angeles city water fluoridation.