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Bubble awaits returning Peninsula College hoops players

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

 

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

 

Ruling again cuts Olympic Medical Center funds

Olympic Medical Center commissioners have learned details of a federal Court of Appeals reversal of a lower court ruling on site-neutral Medicare payments. July’s reversal… Continue reading

Sequim grad earns PGA national award

Sequim alumni and former Peninsula Golf Club head pro Jacob Lippold added to his growing list of accolades Tuesday after he was named the recipient… Continue reading

WIAA shuffles seasons, moves may not matter

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced a handful of updates to its plan for prep sports during the upcoming school year, including an option for… Continue reading

WIAA announces tentative prep seasons for 2020-2021

Football, volleyball and girls soccer will be moved to spring as the normal three-season school year will be condensed into four shorter sports seasons in… Continue reading

Peninsula College officials welcome repeal of visa rule change

Peninsula College administrators momentarily cheered the news that the Trump administration had rescinded a plan to cancel visas for international students taking online-only courses, but… Continue reading

Summer-long challenge planned along Olympic Adventure Trail

A new adventure challenge offered by Peninsula Adventure Sports will allow participants plenty of time to complete and ample space for social distancing along the… Continue reading

WIAA offers return-to-play guidance for most fall sports

Playing until the whistle blows may not be possible for prep sports athletes this fall — officials will be required to wear masks to prevent… Continue reading

Clallam rechecks ‘suspect positive’ at long-term care facility

Clallam County health officials are awaiting results of a second COVID-19 test after discovering a “suspect positive” test result in an unidentified long-term care facility.… Continue reading

Bail set for man accused of throwing eggs at protesters

Bail was set at $2,500 Wednesday in Clallam County Superior Court for a Clallam Bay man accused of hurling eggs and yelling racial and homophobic… Continue reading

Man in custody after eggs thrown at protesters

Clallam Bay-area man turned himself in to Clallam County Sheriff’s deputies

Creativity the key as WIAA plans for high school seasons this fall

Creative thinking and collaboration with public health officials are the cornerstones of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s plan for high school sports to return this… Continue reading

Clallam County reports new COVID-19 case

Public health officers in Clallam and Jefferson counties expressed concerns about a rise in community transmission of COVID-19 on Wednesday (June 10) as Clallam County… Continue reading

Dungeness Crab Seafood Festival canceled

The 19th annual Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival has been canceled, board members announced Tuesday, as October’s annual crustacean celebration becomes the latest major event… Continue reading

Free potatoes, onions to be distributed in Port Angeles, Forks

Public, volunteers welcomed to Saturday events

Portions of Olympic National Park reopen today

Creachbaum: ‘We will start with Lake Crescent and Sol Duc Road’