Jesse Major

Effort to move Olympic National Park goats to new home is underway

Olympic National Park’s mountain goats have begun a historic journey back to their native habitat in the North Cascades. Operations to move as many of… Continue reading


Proposed health cuts endanger OMC’s Sequim campus funding

Leaders with Olympic Medical Center urge people to comment on a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposal that could significantly cut reimbursements for the… Continue reading


Sequim man awarded attorney fees by state Supreme Court

The state Supreme Court has ruled that a Sequim man who beat criminal marijuana charges is entitled to attorney fees after the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics… Continue reading


Measure now off the ballot: Clallam finance department question paperwork late

The Clallam County commissioners’ plans of putting a measure to create a county finance department on the November ballot have been delayed after paperwork was… Continue reading

Sequim man facing fourth DUI charge in under 10 years

A 26-year-old Sequim man appeared in Clallam County Superior Court on Aug. 13 for what would be his fourth charge of driving under the influence… Continue reading

Olympic National Park sets plan to capture mountain goats

Olympic National Park will begin capturing mountain goats late this summer now that the Park Service has released its record of decision for the Mountain… Continue reading

Three suspected drug dealers indicted on federal charges

Trio believed to be primary suppliers of drugs on Olympic Peninsula

Clallam commissioners seek compromise on fireworks ban after hearing

Clallam County’s three county commissioners said after a public hearing they want to strike a compromise on a proposed fireworks ordinance. Commissioners heard from 17… Continue reading

Famed Jamestown S’Klallam storyteller given national award

Elaine Grinnell’s talent for sharing the stories of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has not gone unnoticed. She was one of four people across the nation… Continue reading

2020 vision: Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe moves ahead on hotel plans

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is moving forward on its long-planned hotel and resort at 7 Cedars Casino, firming up plans to open a five-story, 100-room… Continue reading

Carlsborg house fire displaces Sequim resident

A Sequim woman is homeless after a fire destroyed her house overnight on July 7. When firefighters first arrived to 99 Dickinson St., north of… Continue reading

Four escape with minor injuries after wreck, vehicle fire near Sequim

Four people escaped a rollover wreck on U.S. Highway 101 near Old Gardiner Road east of Sequim after the rental car they were in rolled… Continue reading

Old Olympic Highway roof fire quickly extinguished

Firefighters from Clallam County Fire District No. 3 put out a small fire that spread to the roof of a building near the 8000 block… Continue reading

Sprint boat races to resume in Port Angeles; Company that owns property bought out

Sprint boat tickets available now Tickets and reserved camping spots for the two upcoming sprint boat races on Saturday, July 28 and Sept. 29 at… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners to mull taxing district to fund Sequim Library expansion

Clallam commissioners will consider adopting a pair of resolutions that would ask voters to create a taxing district to fund $13.3 million in new construction… Continue reading

Legislature gives schools more money but also more earmarks

Public school officials from across the North Olympic Peninsula aired their concerns about school funding during a closed-door meeting with state lawmakers in Sequim last… Continue reading

County commissioners wants input on fireworks from tribes, public

The Clallam County Board of Commissioners is considering banning consumer fireworks countywide but first wants input from local tribes and the public. Commissioner Mark Ozias… Continue reading

Fourth arrest reported in alleged Peninsula drug ring

Federal and local law enforcement have arrested four people, breaking up what officials are calling one of the primary illicit drug suppliers of heroin and… Continue reading

Packed lineup set for disabled veterans fundraiser

A fundraiser benefiting the local Disabled American Veterans chapter set for June 3 is to be packed with hours of music and dancing. It’s the… Continue reading

Police probe threats sent to health care facilities in Port Angeles, Sequim

Police are investigating anonymous threats sent to individuals at health care facilities in Sequim and Port Angeles. Threatening letters were sent to four facilities, two… Continue reading