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Three sites on the North Olympic Peninsula, including an off-stream reservoir for the Dungeness River, have been proposed in a state trust land exchange. A… Continue reading
Clallam County Superior Court Judge Brian Coughenour held a four-point lead over a “hopeful” Dave Neupert after the first batch of general election ballots were… Continue reading
The board is considering an ordinance that would allow spot spraying of herbicides as one of several methods to control invasive plants like tansy ragwort, poison hemlock, butterfly bush, knotweed and scotch broom.
Agreement would add acre of waterfront land to county parks system
Clallam County Fire District 3 is moving two full-time firefighters from Blyn to Sequim during peak hours beginning June 1 as part of a three- to four-month trial, district officials said.
A Port Angeles man accused of initiating a gunfight with law enforcement officers on May 28 has a history of eluding officers and felony drug offenses, court records show.
Sequim school one of dozens targeted across the country
Funds pay for rec facility’s air handler, $9 million for Carlsborg project
The marbled murrelet, riparian zones and staffing levels are the main reasons why the state Department of Natural Resources failed to sell 92 million board feet of timber that was supposed to be sold in Clallam County from 2005-2014, a top DNR official told the Clallam County Trust Lands Advisory Committee on March 25.
County finance committee talks Sequim-area projects; public hearing set for Tuesday
Nathaniel Darren Olson has been acquitted of manslaughter in the death of Matthew Baker
Chapman: $974k cost estimate amounts to ‘highway robbery’
Sequim's Nathaniel Darren Olson charged in 2014 shooting
Witness testimony has begun in the trial of Nathaniel Darren Olson, a Sequim man charged in the shooting death of Matthew Baker at a house party east of Port Angeles in 2014.
With retirements looming, peninsula law enforcement entities are seeking local candidates
Clallam County commissioners will open bids for the Carlsborg sewer project before committing Opportunity Fund money to the shuttered Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center.
After decades of planning, crews will be ready to move dirt on the Carlsborg sewer project by mid-April, Clallam County commissioners learned on Jan. 11.
Clallam County has given notice that its 0.2 percent sales tax holiday will sunset April 1.