Clallam County

Professor to discuss carbon emissions policy

Talk will be in Forks on Friday night.

Port Angeles School Board puts replacement levy on February ballot

The board chooses a $9.1 million replacement educational programs and operations levy.

Old Port Angeles pump station to be demolished this week

Old Port Angeles pump station to be demolished this week

Traffic slowdowns are expected in the area of Front Street and Marine Drive.

Old Port Angeles pump station to be demolished this week
Peninsula health officials applaud governor’s interest in stemming opioid abuse

Peninsula health officials applaud governor’s interest in stemming opioid abuse

Gov. Inslee’s executive order on preventing opioid addiction and overdose deaths is praised by local leaders.

Peninsula health officials applaud governor’s interest in stemming opioid abuse
Gov. Inslee issues order on fight against opioid abuse

Gov. Inslee issues order on fight against opioid abuse

The order calls for efforts to prevent overdose deaths, including expanding access to naloxone, a medication used to counter overdose effects.

Gov. Inslee issues order on fight against opioid abuse
State Sen. Jim Hargrove honored by tribes, colleagues at Clallam County Democrats dinner

State Sen. Jim Hargrove honored by tribes, colleagues at Clallam County Democrats dinner

The Lower Elwha Klallam, Makah, Quileute and Jamestown S’Klallam tribes presented the retiring senator with gifts as he received a lifetime achievement award.

State Sen. Jim Hargrove honored by tribes, colleagues at Clallam County Democrats dinner
Initiative 735 backers seek constitutional amendment saying all are equal

Initiative 735 backers seek constitutional amendment saying all are equal

Pro side says removing big money from politics will even the playing field. Opponents worry about limiting First Amendment.

Initiative 735 backers seek constitutional amendment saying all are equal

Harvest of Hope fundraiser set Saturday in Sequim

Event will raise money for cancer centers.

LETTER: There’s no comparison in comparing the two presidential candidates

Hillary Clinton is far and above the more honest and hard-working of the two.

LETTER: Vote for Initiative 732 to help save birds and thus the planet

The measure on a carbon tax would help deter burning fossil fuels, the main contributor to climate change.

Port Angeles School Board seeks student representatives

Students will need to be able to give input to the board and tell peers about board’s actions.

Two Elwha Casino regulars win big in national tournament

Two locals bring home big prize from Las Vegas event.

Mad Hatter’s Tea raises funds for cancer center, Operation Uplift
Mad Hatter’s Tea raises funds for cancer center, Operation Uplift
Olympic Hot Springs Road closed to all starting Monday

Olympic Hot Springs Road closed to all starting Monday

Not even pedestrians or bicyclists can use the road past the park entry at Madison Falls.

Olympic Hot Springs Road closed to all starting Monday
10,000 pounds: Visitors devour crab at Port Angeles festival
10,000 pounds: Visitors devour crab at Port Angeles festival

A GROWING CONCERN: A few more elements for right plant, spot

Because your garden should reflect the best aspects of your tastes.

BIRD WATCH: Visit to Rocky Mountain National Park a treat for the eyes

With fall in the air, birds are on the move, including mountain bluebirds and Townsend’s solitaires.

Daytime closures to resume at U.S. Highway 101 Elwha River bridge

Exact times of the closures Monday and Tuesday will depend on work progress.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.