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North Olympic Peninsula 2020 Voter Guide

The North Olympic Peninsula 2020 Voter Guide is out now. Inside, you will find information on the candidates and the issues in Clallam County and… Continue reading

 

Raw milk dairy issues advisory about some products

Dungeness Valley Creamery of Sequim is advising customers to discontinue consumption of their retail raw milk and cream products with best by dates of Sept.… Continue reading

 

Dungeness River Center expansion in progress

Construction of the overall $4.5-million expansion of the Dungeness River Audubon Center — along with the adjacent new entrance road and parking lot for the… Continue reading

 

Best of the Peninsula 2020 winners announced

Special section, online ballots showcase champions

Police chief: Protests in Sequim peaceful

Police Chief Sheri Crain addresses fear of violence during political protests

Hog Wild raises $37,000 for OMC

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s first virtual fundraising event, Hog Wild, raised a record $37,000 on Saturday. Th e money will fund fund equipment for… Continue reading

Lucky duck: Sequim man wins car in annual derby

Ed Ebling of Sequim had the lucky duck. His was the 40th plucked out of the back of several pickup trucks Sunday afternoon during the… Continue reading

Peninsula tribal dental clinics receive grants

Tribal dental clinics across the North Olympic Peninsula were among those to receive grants to support them during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Arcora Foundation awarded… Continue reading

Legislative races set for November

Three familiar political faces and one new one emerged as leaders in the Aug. 4 primary election voting for two 24th Legislative District seats. Incumbent… Continue reading

Primary Election: Incumbents post strong numbers in initial ballot counts

Each of the three incumbents in Legislative District 24 posted strong numbers in the early returns of Tuesday’s primary election. State Rep. Mike Chapman and… Continue reading

Reader recognized in Sequim

Holland Bare has been named top reader in the Read to Feed program at the New Day Learning Academy. Holland is the son of Travis… Continue reading

Hurricane Ridge upgrade restricts summer parking

Work replaces aged wastewater system built in 1951

College Soccer: NWAC pushes season to the spring; basketball to start in January

Peninsula College’s soccer programs will swap its fall season for a spring schedule and the winter basketball season will begin in 2021 in return-to-play guidelines… Continue reading

Deputies seek armed man wanted after burglary

Clallam County Sheriff’s deputies are seeking a man suspected of stealing guns and other items from a home west of Port Angeles. Anthony W. Heckathorn,… Continue reading

Clallam deputies seek Bremerton couple wanted by postal inspectors

Deputies are seeking information about two people who are wanted on potential federal charges. Postal Inspectors Jim Kilgallen and Nick Kuehn are attempting to locate… Continue reading

Milestone: Radio Pacific, Inc. donates to local food banks, Salvation Army

Radio Pacific, Inc. recently presented checks totalling $13,579 to the Sequim Food Bank, the Port Angeles Food Bank and the Port Angeles Salvation Army. The… Continue reading

Troll Haven/Bandy Orchards hosts new farmers market this summer

Featuring local vendors selling baked goods and hand-made items, the newly formed Troll Haven/Bandy Orchards Farmers Market is open on Saturdays throughout the summer, from… Continue reading

Two suffer minor injuries in 112 collision

Two Clallam County residents were treated and discharged from Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles after a two-vehicle collision on state Highway 112 on June… Continue reading

Olympic National Park reopens Ridge, Hoh Rain Forest, Rialto

Some of the most popular areas of Olympic National Park have reopened. Hurricane Ridge, the Hoh Rainforest and Rialto Beach are now open for day-use… Continue reading

COVID-19 Relief Fund donations top $300,000

The COVID-19 Relief Fund has swelled to more than $300,000. The fund, which is dispersed in grants by the Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) to… Continue reading