Pierre LaBossiere

The design for the Peninsula Adventure Sports' Olympic Oktoberfest race tshirt to be held Oct. 24.

Adventure Sports: Olympic Oktoberfest race goes live

art With Gov. Jay Inslee loosening restrictions on outdoor activities, Peninsula Adventure Sports has added a new live event — the Olympic Oktoberfest walk/run on… Continue reading


Narcotic Detection K-9 Kira from the Suquamish Police Department is pictured with drugs OPNET detectives said they seized during the arrest of a Sequim man. Photo courtesy of Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team

Sequim man in custody as OPNET reports seizure of 8.8 pounds of meth

A 60-year-old man is in custody for investigation of multiple drug and gun charges after Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team detectives said they seized 8.8… Continue reading


Clallam County reports two additional virus cases

Two new COVID-19 cases were reported in Clallam County while no new cases were reported in Jefferson County this weekend as the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading


Taxes, health care lead Senate race debate

Jobs, health care, repairing the economy take center stage during a 24th District state Senate forum

Infection rate remains low as schools start to reopen in Clallam County

One new positive COVID-19 case in Clallam, no updates for Jefferson

Prep sports: No timeline yet for start of workouts, scrimmages

It will likely still be awhile before local student-athletes return to practice or scrimmages.

No new virus cases on peninsula on Sunday

Jefferson County expected to reach infection rate of 0

Culp slams governor for virus, fire response

Rally reportedly draws more than 1,000 people

Two more coronavirus cases reported in Clallam County

Two new COVID-19 cases reported in Clallam while Jefferson remains without a new case in September

Smoke may linger on peninsula despite rain; alert extended to noon Thursday

Wildfire smoke continues to linger on the North Olympic Peninsula

Clallam’s virus rate joins Jefferson in low-risk COVID-19 category

No new COVID-19 cases were reported on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend

Peninsula sees continuing fall in numbers of new cases

Four new cases of COVID-19 reported in Clallam Friday, none on Saturday

Hurricane Hill hike now open

For people who haven’t been able to get to the peak of Hurricane Hill for two years, the newly refurbished trail to the top of… Continue reading

Uptick in cases slows, but officials brace for Labor Day results

A recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in Clallam and Jefferson counties appears to have slowed

Clallam’s COVID-19 case rate declines; Jefferson climbs to moderate

Clallam County reported two new COVID-19 cases over the weekend while Jefferson County had one

Three more COVID-19 cases confirmed on Peninsula

Clallam County reported one new case of COVID-19, dropping what had been a rapidly increasing infection rate in the past two weeks. The new case,… Continue reading

Wildfires mostly contained in Olympic National Park

A flurry of small bush fires sparked by a lightning storm have continued to smolder in Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest, although none… Continue reading

COVID-19 cases climb on Peninsula

Both health officers on the North Olympic Peninsula have blamed a recent uptick in cases on private parties. Clallam County Health Officer Dr. Allison Unthank… Continue reading

Clallam records 10 new COVID-19 cases

Clallam County continues to see an uptick in COVID-19 cases with 10 new positives reported Sunday, the most in a single day in the county… Continue reading

Prep sports: All fall sports for Olympic League moved to spring

All fall prep sports for the Olympic League have now been postponed to late December at the earliest due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Football, girls… Continue reading