Clallam County

The Hood Canal bridge was closed Tuesday morning due to high winds. (WSDOT)
The Hood Canal bridge was closed Tuesday morning due to high winds. (WSDOT)
Dennis Bauer at an Aug. 17 court hearing. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Jury pool packs Burton center

More than 100 appear for questioning

Dennis Bauer at an Aug. 17 court hearing. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Mobile Health Clinic planned for Port Angeles schools

North Olympic Healthcare Network, in partnership with the Port Angeles School District, will deploy a new mobile delivery model to bring medical… Continue reading

Registration for free legal aid clinic Wednesday

The Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers will conduct a free legal aid clinic Saturday, Nov. 20. The free legal consultations will be… Continue reading

Guest soloist Anna Petrova and conductor Jonathan Pasternack take their bows following Saturday’s Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra concert. The ensemble returned to the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center this past weekend for the first time in 20 months; its next concert is set for Dec. 11. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Taking a bow

Guest soloist Anna Petrova and conductor Jonathan Pasternack take their bows following Saturday’s Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra concert. The ensemble returned to the Port Angeles… Continue reading

Guest soloist Anna Petrova and conductor Jonathan Pasternack take their bows following Saturday’s Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra concert. The ensemble returned to the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center this past weekend for the first time in 20 months; its next concert is set for Dec. 11. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
The M/V Coho leaves Port Angeles Harbor on Monday morning on its way to Victoria for the first time since March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic shut down travel between the two countries as both land and sea borders had been closed. For more on the reopening, see Tuesday’s print editions. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

Coho returns to sailing route to Victoria

Passengers to Canada required to have negative PCR test

The M/V Coho leaves Port Angeles Harbor on Monday morning on its way to Victoria for the first time since March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic shut down travel between the two countries as both land and sea borders had been closed. For more on the reopening, see Tuesday’s print editions. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)
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Nick Anderson, ship's oiler for the MV Coho, performs a topside inspection of the starboard engine on Friday in preparation for the resumption of ferry service from Port Angeles to Victoria on Monday.

Hail the Coho’s clarion call

Get ready for the Canadians

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Nick Anderson, ship's oiler for the MV Coho, performs a topside inspection of the starboard engine on Friday in preparation for the resumption of ferry service from Port Angeles to Victoria on Monday.
Rian Anderson, Port Angeles district manager for Black Ball Ferry Line, stands on the forward deck of the MV Coho, which will resume daily journeys across the Strait of Juan de Fuca today, 20 months after it was docked by international border restrictions due to COVID-19. The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce plans a small send-off when it leaves for its first run at 8:20 a.m. and a large welcome of Canadians, who have sold out the ferry, at noon at the ferry terminal. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Coho ferry resumes Monday

Rian Anderson, Port Angeles district manager for Black Ball Ferry Line, stands on the forward deck of the MV Coho, which will resume daily journeys… Continue reading

Rian Anderson, Port Angeles district manager for Black Ball Ferry Line, stands on the forward deck of the MV Coho, which will resume daily journeys across the Strait of Juan de Fuca today, 20 months after it was docked by international border restrictions due to COVID-19. The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce plans a small send-off when it leaves for its first run at 8:20 a.m. and a large welcome of Canadians, who have sold out the ferry, at noon at the ferry terminal. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
The Field Arts and Events Hall in downtown Port Angeles is yet to be complete as it’s waiting funding to finish the interior of the structure. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Gift to fuel Field Hall fundraising efforts

Focus in 2022 will be to resume work

The Field Arts and Events Hall in downtown Port Angeles is yet to be complete as it’s waiting funding to finish the interior of the structure. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
On the job now as city manager for the City of Sequim, Matt Huish said he is interested in getting to know people he’ll be interacting with in the coming weeks and months. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

New Sequim city manager to attend first council meeting

Huish: Making connections within community a priority

On the job now as city manager for the City of Sequim, Matt Huish said he is interested in getting to know people he’ll be interacting with in the coming weeks and months. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Eric Van Orman.

Ocular conditions, treatments topic of wellness forum

Eric Van Orman will present “Ocular Conditions and Current Treatments” at 2 p.m. Wednesday as a part of WOW! Working on Wellness Radio… Continue reading

Eric Van Orman.
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Taking advantage of the ideal time of year, Andrew May transplants bronze sedges out of the rose garden and then will add new roses.

A GROWING CONCERN: Fall planting keeps garden outlook rosy

NOT ONLY DID we have frost this past week, we turned our calendars to November and this morning we turned our clocks back one hour… Continue reading

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Taking advantage of the ideal time of year, Andrew May transplants bronze sedges out of the rose garden and then will add new roses.
The damage caused by the blast.   Courtesy of the North Olympic History Center

BACK WHEN: Explosions rattle, take lives on Olympic Peninsula

IT IS GOOD to use significant milestones to remind ourselves that life has risks, and we always need to be watchful. I say this because… Continue reading

The damage caused by the blast.   Courtesy of the North Olympic History Center
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Dennis Bauer at an Aug. 17 court hearing.
Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News
Dennis Bauer at an Aug. 17 court hearing.
Jim Stoffer

Four honored for community service

Volunteers presented awards in virtual ceremony

Jim Stoffer

Outcomes unchanged after fourth Clallam County ballot count

Outcomes remained unchanged after a fourth count of ballots by the Clallam County Auditor’s Office on Friday. The voter turnout in Tuesday’s… Continue reading

Sequim Museum Director Judy Stipe, left, and volunteers Bob Stipe, exhibit woodworker, and Katherine Vollenweider, volunteer designer and curator, put the finishing touches on the new exhibit, “Journey Through Time," which opened last week at the Sequim Museum & Arts, 544 N. Sequim Ave. Visitors can see how this area has changed from the Pleistocene Era to the present. A year in the making, this exhibit displays artifacts, ship models, historical photographs, charts and more from the museum’s collection. Admission at Sequim Museum & Arts is always free (donations are accepted), and is open 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesdays-Saturdays. Submitted photo

Sequim Museum offers ‘Journey Through Time’

Sequim Museum Director Judy Stipe, left, and volunteers Bob Stipe, exhibit woodworker, and Katherine Vollenweider, volunteer designer and curator, put the finishing touches on the… Continue reading

Sequim Museum Director Judy Stipe, left, and volunteers Bob Stipe, exhibit woodworker, and Katherine Vollenweider, volunteer designer and curator, put the finishing touches on the new exhibit, “Journey Through Time," which opened last week at the Sequim Museum & Arts, 544 N. Sequim Ave. Visitors can see how this area has changed from the Pleistocene Era to the present. A year in the making, this exhibit displays artifacts, ship models, historical photographs, charts and more from the museum’s collection. Admission at Sequim Museum & Arts is always free (donations are accepted), and is open 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesdays-Saturdays. Submitted photo
Harbor Arts Gallery is hosting a Small Works ;show.

Small Works show at Harbor Art Gallery

Harbor Art Gallery is featuring a Small Works show this month and next. The gallery at 114 N. Laurel St., will participate… Continue reading

Harbor Arts Gallery is hosting a Small Works ;show.