Clallam County

BACK WHEN: Marking the life of an area mother

TAKING A STROLL around a cemetery can give you a quiet time for reflection and thought. Turn off the cellphone; reception is kind of dead… Continue reading

Barbecue restaurant in Port Angeles sells to new owners

Brad Tesreau has announced that the downtown restaurant “barbecue” has been sold to Tim Summers and Melissa Williams. The restaurant at 110… Continue reading

Clallam Sheriff’s awards recognize local service

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office recently held an awards recognition dinner to recognize employees and volunteers for exceptional service during 2018. Administrative… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the… Continue reading

HELP LINE: We have to decide to be better

WHERE IN THE world is the Information & Assistance office? We’re still in Sequim. We just moved to 609 W. Washington St., Suite 16. Don’t… Continue reading

Learn about advance care planning at free WOW! workshop

Nurse Sandra L. Ulf will offer “Who will speak for you, if you can’t speak for yourself,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness… Continue reading

Neah Bay man to be sentenced after pleading guilty to child rape

Greene now held without bail awaiting Aug. 14 court date

Port Angeles School District receives 2018 Community Impact Award

The United Way of Clallam recently recognized the Port Angeles School District with its 2018 Community Impact Award at a May 9 campaign celebration at… Continue reading

Home near Sequim destroyed by fire

People, pets escape without injury

OUTDOORS: State seeks Sekiu boat launch

Owner wants to ensure public access for future generations

Peninsula receiving $8.9 million in state recreation, conservation grants

Spruce Railroad Trail, Jefferson shooting range among projects seeing funding

Clallam Fire District 2 under new leadership

Jake Patterson takes over top job, eyes challenges

Ground broken for Forks Gold Star Families Memorial Monument

Organizers hope to dedicate finished tribute Sept. 29

First Friday Art Walk awash in purple

Today’s First Friday Art Walk will follow a purple theme, the color of Sequim’s famous lavender blooms. Organizers invite attendees to see works… Continue reading