Michael Carman

Prep sports: WIAA revises prep sport seasons, fall sports on deck

Fall sports would be the first to return under an amended prep sports schedule announced by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association that could see high… Continue reading

 

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Pyeatt in the midst of a metamorphosis

With her focus centered on running at the collegiate level, Sequim junior Riley Pyeatt has stuck to a workout and training regimen consistently since March… Continue reading

 

Health officers: New state plan ties Peninsula from advancing

The new Healthy Washington plan unveiled Tuesday by Gov. Jay Inslee will at least temporarily impede the progress of reopening businesses and activities on the… Continue reading

 

North Olympic Peninsula COVID-19 cases cross 1,000 mark on Tuesday

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on the North Olympic Peninsula eclipsed the 1,000 mark Tuesday as Clallam County reported seven new cases, including two… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center may get COVID-19 vaccine soon

Olympic Medical Center has secured an ultra-low temperature freezer and is set to receive 975 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine as soon as approval… Continue reading

Port Angeles police officer hurt during arrest; Sequim man charged

A domestic violence assault complaint turned into a skirmish that left a Port Angeles police officer with a broken elbow. Brian Alexander Powless, 25, of… Continue reading

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PREP SPORTS: WIAA pushes back prep seasons

The return of high school sports will be delayed by at least another month and all three prep seasons have been reduced by a week,… Continue reading

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COVID-19 cases continue rise on peninsula, cases straining area health care

Clallam County medical personnel already are feeling the strain of a “significant uptick” in COVID-19 cases, Health Officer Dr. Allison Unthank said during the monthly… Continue reading

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Sequim duo in good company

Sequim seniors Natalya James and Amara Sayer will bring more of the Olympic Peninsula and the Olympic League to their next destination, Edmonds College. James,… Continue reading

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Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum walks across a new bridge on the Spruce Railroad Trail abutting the recently renovated Daley-Rankin Tunnel at the start of a ceremony on Oct. 29 to celebrate the soon-to-be-open trail on the north shore of Lake Crescent. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Soon the be open: Spruce Railroad trail refurbished

Ribbon-cutting anticipates public access

Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum walks across a new bridge on the Spruce Railroad Trail abutting the recently renovated Daley-Rankin Tunnel at the start of a ceremony on Oct. 29 to celebrate the soon-to-be-open trail on the north shore of Lake Crescent. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Mental health part of peninsula pandemic response

School district concerns over adequate personal protective equipment and a behavioral health campaign focused on community mental health during the pandemic were discussed during the… Continue reading

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UPDATE: Search team finds woman who fled from crash scene near Forks

A woman from Arizona who fled from the scene of a vehicle accident Wednesday has been found after a day-long search, Clallam County Sheriff’s Department… Continue reading

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Clallam voters to be asked to change commissioner election process

Six amendments to the Home Rule Charter are proposed on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.

Enrollment dips in most Clallam districts

Most North Olympic Peninsula school districts are recording declines in student enrollment early this school year as educators and administrators manage the fallout of a… Continue reading

Clallam County schools prep in-person instruction

Clallam County schools prep in-person instruction

Clallam school superintendents are moving forward with plans to transition to hybrid learning models

Clallam County schools prep in-person instruction

Clallam County to dip into reserves in 2021

Clallam County will need to dip into its general fund reserves

Bubble awaits returning Peninsula College hoops players

Bubble awaits returning Peninsula College hoops players

Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce meeting features Pirates women’s basketball coach, men’s head coach

Bubble awaits returning Peninsula College hoops players

Clallam board of health hears good news: Potential return of students, teachers

More teachers and students may be coming back to classrooms thanks to low COVID-19 rate

Thick wildfire smoke creeping into Western Washington

Smoke from wildfires in Oregon and California has collected off the Washington coast

Sea To Sound hitting Olympic Discovery Trail
Sea To Sound hitting Olympic Discovery Trail