Clallam County

HELP LINE: Take part in opportunities to learn more about Medicare

Workshops across the North Olympic Peninsula will provide information and answers to questions about Medicare.

HORSEPLAY: Good fences make good neighbors

HORSEPLAY: Good fences make good neighbors

After moving into her new home, Karen Griffiths discovers her horses are more affectionate now that they can roam mostly free.

HORSEPLAY: Good fences make good neighbors

LETTER: Democracy undermined by Congress’ corruption, Supreme High bias

Separation of powers is supposed to protect us from being a totalitarian nation.

LETTER: Jesus was the greatest Democrat of all

Human foibles haven’t stopped the Democratic Party, and we will continue to forge ahead in the spirit of the “Great One.”

LETTER: Jet noise an acceptable price to pay for safety

A recent letter writer should think about what might happen if we we’re not prepared for war.

LETTER: Port Angeles council’s profanity ban an ultimately bad idea

The new rule will be impractial both legally and in practice.

Brian Nokell/U.S. Navy                                The USS Louisiana (SSBN743) arrives for the first time at its new homeport at Naval Base Kitsap, Silverdale, in 2005.

ON THE WATERFRONT: Cape Flattery buoy dropped off in Port Angeles

Also, the scuttlebutt on the collision between a ballistic-missile submarine and Navy Offshore Support Vessel.

Brian Nokell/U.S. Navy                                The USS Louisiana (SSBN743) arrives for the first time at its new homeport at Naval Base Kitsap, Silverdale, in 2005.

Overdose Awareness rally set Tuesday in Port Angeles

The rally will begin at 5:15 p.m. on the steps of the Clallam County Courthouse.

Peninsula firefighters continue to battle blazes in Eastern Washington

They were kept on the fire line because of red-flag warnings and fire weather watches.

Port Angeles man injured in head-on collision near Lake Crescent Lodge

Port Angeles man injured in head-on collision near Lake Crescent Lodge

A Ford Explorer and a white box truck collided head-on on U.S. Highway 101, a fire official said.

Port Angeles man injured in head-on collision near Lake Crescent Lodge
U.S. Highway 101 closed for almost 3 hours after wreck

U.S. Highway 101 closed for almost 3 hours after wreck

The driver of a Ford Explorer has been airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

U.S. Highway 101 closed for almost 3 hours after wreck

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Food opportunities can be found while foraging on land or in the sea

Be sure to leave no trace and cause no damage while gathering food on the Peninsula.

Mass shooter drill planned at Greywolf Elementary School in Carlsborg this Friday

“We hope nothing like this will ever happen, but we need to be prepared just in case it does,” one official said.

Olympic National Park rangers suspend search for body of man whose boat capsized

A park spokeswoman cited a lack of clues and the time that has passed since the incident north of La Push.

Memorial planned for Sequim businessman, volunteer Louie Rychlik

Memorial planned for Sequim businessman, volunteer Louie Rychlik

Gathering on Sept. 4 will honor 2015 Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year.

Memorial planned for Sequim businessman, volunteer Louie Rychlik

Ethical conduct complaint against four Port Angeles City Council members dropped

The move clears the way for the council to mull whether Deputy Mayor Cherie Kidd should be verbally admonished for stopping a Feb. 2 meeting.

Tickets available for Hog Wild fundraiser on Saturday

Port Angeles benefit’s proceeds to help out obstetrics department at Olympic Medical Center.

Hayes Fire eats another 1,500 acres of Olympic National Park

Hayes Fire eats another 1,500 acres of Olympic National Park

Warm, dry weather has contributed to its explosive return.

Hayes Fire eats another 1,500 acres of Olympic National Park