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Official: Masks under costumes OK for Halloween

Three new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Jefferson County while one was added in Clallam County early this week. Both counties remained in the… 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

Arrest made in Sequim-area drug case

A team of law enforcement officers on Sept. 30 arrested Steven D. Goodman at a hotel just east of Sequim in connection with an August… Continue reading

One new COVID-19 case in both Clallam and Jefferson counties

One new case of COVID-19 was confirmed Thursday in each of the North Olympic Peninsula counties.

Clallam health officials prepare for school opening

Clallam County Public Health officials continue to work with the Clallam school districts as most prepare to begin some in-person education next week. Clallam County… Continue reading

League of Women Voters sets forums for Oct. 4, Oct. 13

The League of Women Voters of Clallam County has set two online public forums

Pros, cons debated on sex ed measure

Referendum 90, a statewide sex education measure on the Nov. 3 ballot, either promotes a gay-transgender agenda and sexualizes children or it empowers children and… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula free of new COVID-19 cases

No new COVID-19 cases were confirmed on the North Olympic Peninsula on Tuesday

City of Sequim reopens park playgrounds

City of Sequim reopens park playgrounds

After a more than six-month closure, playground equipment and Little League ball fields at City of Sequim parks have reopened to public use. The city… Continue reading

City of Sequim reopens park playgrounds

City of Sequim to start sanitary smoke testing Oct. 5

City staffers are testing the system for defects, breaks, leaks and faulty connections.

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 seeks volunteers for boards, committees

Clallam County is seeking volunteers to fill 159 vacancies on 24 advisory boards and committees. The deadline to apply is the close of business Thurdsay,… Continue reading

Community news briefs — Sept. 30, 2020

Land Trust sets online event The North Olympic Land Trust hosts “Rooted in Community,” a presentation of the organization’s 22nd-annual Farmer of the Year Award,… Continue reading

  • Sep 30, 2020
Councilors halt utility increases for 2021

Councilors halt utility increases for 2021

Water and sewer rates could have gone up 4, 2 percent

Councilors halt utility increases for 2021
Dungeness River Center expansion in progress

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

Dungeness River Center expansion in progress

Haller Foundation awards $250,000 to local organizations

The Albert Haller Foundation announces $250,000 in grants to local organizations

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel

Bank looks to put in new operators of 10-year-old business

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel
Jackson, a Sequim native, takes lead as B&G Club unit director

Jackson, a Sequim native, takes lead as B&G Club unit director

Tessa Jackson didn’t want to call the enclosed space near the heart of the Sequim Boys & Girls Club her office. After all, her title… Continue reading

Jackson, a Sequim native, takes lead as B&G Club unit director