Clallam County

PHOTO: 21st School District Potlach honors Port Angeles teacher

The Port Angeles School District joined with members of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe for the 21st School District Potlatch. The annual gathering celebrates education… Continue reading

Volunteers sought for Olympic Discovery Trail fencing project

The Peninsula Trails Coalition is seeking volunteers to assist with a fencing project on the Olympic Discovery Trail west of the 18th… Continue reading

Asphalt repairs on state Highway 112 scheduled for today

The state Department of Transportation has announced that work crews will perform asphalt repairs on state Highway 112 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30… Continue reading

City of Sequim installs new utility payment box at civic center

The city of Sequim recently announced the installation of a new payment box for utility bills. The box is outside of the civic… Continue reading

Musicians needed for Sequim City Band

The Sequim City Band is seeking musicians to join the all-volunteer concert band. According to a press release, the band currently needs trumpeters… Continue reading

Seat reservations recommended for June 11 Toastmasters event

Area Toastmasters clubs will present “Laugh Out Loud at our Humorous Speech Showcase” from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 11. The… Continue reading

Sequim author wins Writers and Illustrators of the Future award

Sequim author Wulf Moon received the Writers and Illustrators of the Future award at the 35th Writers of the Future Contest on April… Continue reading

OMC aims to cut ER wait times, make other improvements

Olympic Medical Center officials plan to reduce wait times in the hospital’s Emergency Department, expand hours at the walk-in clinic and add… Continue reading

Paving to begin Monday on Highway 101 around Lake Crescent

Paving is expected to begin Monday on U.S. Highway 101 around Lake Crescent. The paving of the final 2½-inch layer of asphalt… Continue reading

Port Angeles Boy Scouts troop helps Peninsula Friends of Animals

Scouts from Troop 1498 recently mobilized to help the Peninsula Friends of Animals. A dozen scouts spent four days doing maintenance projects… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: The season begins with a new work list

June 2. We are basically halfway through the year but only at the beginning of our magnificent growing season. With… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Twice-monthly networking breakfasts are held at 7:30 a.m. on the first and third Thursdays of the month at… Continue reading

Free bread presentations to be held at Nash’s Farm Store in Sequim

Nash’s Farm Store will host free presentations on bread and grain by local chefs and bakers. Victoria Miller, author of “From No-Knead to… Continue reading

Hearing reset for inmate accused of attempted murder of officer

A competency review hearing for a prison inmate accused of trying to kill a Clallam Bay Corrections Center deputy in 2016 has… Continue reading

HELP LINE: In the face of Alzheimer’s, have courage

PEOPLE TALK TO me a lot about death, disease and disability. Often, but not always, it’s older people (older than they were, I guess). They… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula TOPS chapters hold Spring Fling

The Sequim chapter of Taking Off Pounds Sensibly hosted seven other North Olympic Peninsula TOPS chapters for Spring Fling on April 6. Members… Continue reading

Orientation sessions set for Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County plans to hold orientation sessions for potential volunteers. The first session will be offered in Sequim from 11 a.m. to… Continue reading

Peninsula College hires new vice president of finance and administration

Peninsula College has announced that Sonja Sibert has been hired as the school’s vice president of finance and administration. Sibert is currently… Continue reading

Rangers seek information about missing woman as search continues

Rangers are asking for information from the public about a woman who has been missing from the Lake Crescent area since… Continue reading