Clallam County

‘Anything goes’ weather predicted for Pacific Northwest’s winter

For much of 2016, forecasters thought a mild La Nina — the opposite of El Nino — was forming, but that expectation has changed.

Man talked off Eighth Street bridge by Port Angeles police

The man, who had left a suicide note at Peninsula Behavioral Health, prompted officers to draw their weapons after mentioning suicide by cop.

Clallam PUD expands area of call for voluntary water savings

A PUD spokesman said the PUD will likely ask its customers to reduce water consumption until the city ends its Stage 2 alert.

Coastal cleanup welcomes volunteers Saturday

Coastal cleanup welcomes volunteers Saturday

Over 60 beaches to be combed on the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Pacific coast.

Coastal cleanup welcomes volunteers Saturday
Thirteen farms on Jefferson County Farm Tour

Thirteen farms on Jefferson County Farm Tour

The festivities kick off tonight with a Honky Tonk and Pie Party at the Chimacum Grange.

Thirteen farms on Jefferson County Farm Tour

Forks man sentenced for assault, witness intimidation

Clallam County Superior Court Judge Brian Coughenour issued a 31-month sentence.

Port Angeles man sentenced for escape after returning late from furlough

Cory Joe Stokes had been released from custody to attend the birth of his child in Seattle.

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday

The event will feature eight wineries and 27 wines.

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday
GOAT run challenging in stunning surroundings on Olympic Discovery Trail

GOAT run challenging in stunning surroundings on Olympic Discovery Trail

There are two options: a 14-mile half-marathon and a 26.2-mile full marathon.

GOAT run challenging in stunning surroundings on Olympic Discovery Trail
Former Sequim teacher sentenced to 26½ years in prison for child rape, molestation

Former Sequim teacher sentenced to 26½ years in prison for child rape, molestation

Douglas J. Allison, 55, said he would seek counseling in prison and repeatedly said, “I’m sorry.”

Former Sequim teacher sentenced to 26½ years in prison for child rape, molestation
Bina Erickson, who received the first prize for violin in the Junior Young Artist Competition, will perform Saturday evening at C’est Si Bon Restaurant, 23 Cedar Park Drive. — Submitted.

A delicious musical treat: Symphony orchestra fundraiser to feature classic music, French cuisine

Three food-inspiried musical numbers will combine with French food to delight the ear and the tongue Saturday night.

Bina Erickson, who received the first prize for violin in the Junior Young Artist Competition, will perform Saturday evening at C’est Si Bon Restaurant, 23 Cedar Park Drive. — Submitted.
ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Artist Talk scheduled for Sunday in PT … and other items
ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Artist Talk scheduled for Sunday in PT … and other items
First-ever show in Sequim a wonder for button collectors

First-ever show in Sequim a wonder for button collectors

The State Button Society Convention is free to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

First-ever show in Sequim a wonder for button collectors

Kilmer praises decision for wastewater treatment across the Strait

“Now we need to make sure that the British Columbian and Canadian governments step up to the plate and follow through,” the U.S. representative said.

LETTER: Hospital tacks on sticker-shocking bill

Is the future of health care where the hospital charges you to use the doctor’s office?

Play for the birds: Port Angeles pianist to perform excerpts from new album tonight

Play for the birds: Port Angeles pianist to perform excerpts from new album tonight

The concert at St. Matthew Lutheran Church will feature songs Ken Young composed and dedicated to flying creatures.

Play for the birds: Port Angeles pianist to perform excerpts from new album tonight
Walk to End Alzheimer’s set Saturday in Sequim

Walk to End Alzheimer’s set Saturday in Sequim

The event is free and open to the public. Participants hope to raise $41,000 in donations for the Alzheimer’s Association.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s set Saturday in Sequim
Maia Bellon, director of the state Department of Ecology, speaks at a news conference Thursday overlooking Elliott Bay in Seattle. Washington state environmental regulators finalized a new rule Thursday to limit greenhouse gas emissions from large polluters. (Ted S. Warren/The Associated Press)

Washington state limits carbon pollution from large sources

The new rules do not affect mills on the Peninsula until 2032, when the Port Townsend paper mill is expected to meet the criteria.

Maia Bellon, director of the state Department of Ecology, speaks at a news conference Thursday overlooking Elliott Bay in Seattle. Washington state environmental regulators finalized a new rule Thursday to limit greenhouse gas emissions from large polluters. (Ted S. Warren/The Associated Press)