Olympic Peninsula News Group

Garage fire near Sequim causes $100K in damage

A homeowner suffered minor burns when a garage fire caused roughly $100,000 in damage near Sequim this week. Clallam County Fire District 3 personnel responded… Continue reading

 

Funds offered to some Clallam County residents to cut wood smoke

Residents of Sequim and Port Angeles and neighborhoods around those cities might now qualify for grants to replace old, uncertified wood stoves with cleaner home… Continue reading

 

Olympic Nature Experience given $5,000 grant

Olympic Nature Experience has announced that it has been granted $5,000 by the Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund, through the Seattle Foundation. The grant will… Continue reading

 

Milestone: Sequim firefighter promoted to career lieutenant

Clallam County Fire District 3 has announced that Stephanie (Gates) Anderson was promoted to career lieutenant at a ceremony Sept. 25 at Station 34. According… Continue reading

ESPORTS: Peninsula College signs school’s inaugural players

It was a historic day at Peninsula College on Oct. 12 when 15 students signed letters of intent and accepted scholarships to play on the… Continue reading

Two hurt in head-on wreck on Highway 101 near Blyn

Two people were transported to Olympic Medical Center after a head-on wreck on U.S. Highway 101 near Blyn early Sunday morning. Riley Steven Hazard of… Continue reading

Steve Perry, newsgroup advertising manager, to retire

Steve Perry, the general manager and ad director of the Olympic Peninsula News Group and the Kitsap News Group is retiring after 39 years in… Continue reading

Football: QB backup helps Wolves to win

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Over. Olympic 2-0 3-1 North Kitsap 2-0 3-1 Kingston 1-1 2-1 Sequim 1-1 3-1 Bremerton 0-1 2-2 Port Angeles 0-1… Continue reading

Three arrested on drug, gun charges

Clallam County Sheriff’s Office deputies have arrested three people for investigation of weapons and drug charges. According to the jail roster, Timothy Carsell Ketchum, 45,… Continue reading

Girls soccer: Sequim opens season with non-league draw

For the second consecutive year, the Sequim Wolves have played Lakewood in a non-league match — and for the second straight year, the Wolves and… Continue reading

‘Plan for Success’: Small Business Planning Class starts in Sept. 10

Enrollment is open now for the Plan for Success class to be offered in Sequim beginning Sept. 10. The 10-week business planning class is offered… Continue reading

Photograph how-to set for Rock & Gem Show

The Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association annual Rock, Gem & Jewelry Show is adding another dimension to its show this weekend – photographing micro-minerals.… Continue reading

Clallam Primary Election: Henninger, Adkisson advance in Hospital District race

Nearly all of the ballots are in and the Clallam County primary election has been decided. No primary races flipped on Aug. 9 when the… Continue reading

Clallam Primary Election: Henninger, Adkisson advance in Hospital District race

Brendan Meyer extended on Thursday a narrow lead on former Port Angeles resident Tara Martin Lopez in a battle for second place — and a… Continue reading

Baseball: Crosscutters win wild one, stay alive in state tourney

A one-run victory Monday afternoon kept Olympic Crosscutters in contention at the American Legion A State Tournament at Hanford High School in Richland. The Crosscutters… Continue reading

Construction planned, delayed at Heart O’the Hills Campground

A proposed drainfield reconstruction scheduled to begin at the Heart O’the Hills Campground on July 29 has been postponed until after Labor Day. A project… Continue reading

Medicine-assisted treatment for addiction offered on Peninsula

The availability of medicine-assisted treatment has increased significantly on the North Olympic Peninsula over recent years. Since 2017 Olympic Medical Physicians in Port Angeles has… Continue reading

State grants $5 million-plus for Clallam recreation facilities, wildlife habitat

The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Funding Board announced last week the award of more than $126 million in grants to a suite of 333… Continue reading

Football: Cowan selected West offensive MVP in all-star classic

The East team routed the West 37-6, but local prep football standouts on the West squad shined at the 25th annual Earl Barden All-Star Classic… Continue reading