Clallam County

PREP SOCCER: Sequim speeds past Port Angeles, earns playoff spot

Olympic League standings (as of April 30) Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 11-0-0 13-0-1 Kingston 8-2-0 10-3-1 Sequim 6-4-0 7-5-2 Port Angeles 5-5-0 8-6-0 Bremerton… Continue reading

Peninsula-wide climate march draws more than 400

A crowd of more than 400 marched for climate action on the North Olympic Peninsula on April 29, joining others who participated in similar events… Continue reading

Recovered bald eagle released, reunited with mate near Port Angeles

Sparky, the bald eagle electrocuted last month by a 7,200-volt power line west of Port Angeles, has been released back to the wild and returned… Continue reading

VFW funds theft alleged: Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from Sequim post

Charges against a Port Angeles woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from the Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4760 are expected to be filed… Continue reading

Clallam Transit approves ‘Strait Shot’ bus service to Bainbridge ferry terminal

Clallam Transit has approved a daily bus service from downtown Port Angeles to the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal. Transit board members voted 8-0 March 20… Continue reading

Project to test forest management techniques in Olympic Experimental State Forest

Researchers are preparing for a large-scale forest management experiment in the Olympic Experimental State Forest with hopes of benefiting the environment, economy and surrounding communities.… Continue reading

Substantial completion achieved for Carlsborg sewer, securing lower interest rate

In what was described as a “woo-hoo moment,” Clallam County demonstrated substantial completion of the Carlsborg sewer system on March 31. Substantial completion means that… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing breaks ground on first home

Soon-to-be residents of the first home from Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing have broken ground at the site in Sequim. The four-bedroom home, expected to… Continue reading

Clallam seeks public defense attorneys

Clallam County is seeking lawyers to represent alleged criminals who can’t afford to hire an attorney. Commissioners on March 21 issued a request for proposals… Continue reading

Carlsborg sewer law adopted; commissioners change connection requirements

Clallam County has adopted a new ordinance that will regulate the management of the nearly completed Carlsborg sewer system. The three commissioners voted unanimously March… Continue reading

Sequim prepares for impact of summer Sunnyside Avenue construction

Sequim city officials are spreading the word early that you may see some delays late this summer traveling along Washington Street and to such local… Continue reading

Clallam Transit eyes service to Bainbridge

Clallam Transit has proposed daily bus service to the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal called the “Strait Shot,” a 75-mile, transfer-free ride from downtown Port Angeles… Continue reading

Red Cross volunteers’ accomplishments acknowledged

Two longtime Clallam County American Red Cross volunteers were honored by the board of county commissioners last week. Dianna Cross and Jo Oliver received certificates… Continue reading

Sequim resident wins Coast Guard’s Enlisted Person of the Year award

Petty Officer 1st Class Tara Dodd of Sequim has received the Enlisted Person of the Year award for the 13th Coast Guard District. Dodd received… Continue reading

Port Angeles police arrest man on ‘Most Wanted’ list

Police arrested a man wanted on multiple burglary and other charges early Thursday morning, March 9. Jonathon Heckathorn, 25, was arrested in a vehicle stop… Continue reading

Clallam auditor to replace elections supervisor after ballots mishap

Clallam County Auditor Shoona Riggs will start preparing this week to replace former Elections Supervisor Ken Hugoniot after 125 unopened, uncounted Nov. 8 election ballots… Continue reading

Clallam sheriff details missing person policy after man was trapped in car for five days

A 69-year-old Sunland man was trapped in his car on the side of an embankment for five days, leading some members of the public to… Continue reading

Trial set in Sequim child rape case

A two-week trial has been set for Nathan A. Chavez, a 30-year-old Sequim man charged with raping four girls. Chavez pleaded not guilty Feb. 17… Continue reading

Clallam County treasurer announces plan to step down

Citing health concerns caused by work-related stress, Selinda Barkhuis announced Tuesday, Feb. 14, that she intends to step down as Clallam County treasurer at an… Continue reading

Sequim man charged with child-rape counts; four victims come forward

A 30-year-old Sequim man is facing new child rape charges after a fourth alleged victim disclosed crimes to authorities last week. Nathan A. Chavez was… Continue reading