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Hotel manager applauded for New Year’s Eve CPR

Widow says Quality Inn staff ‘built a bond past friendship’

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Milestone: School retiree group bestows mini-grants

Helen Haller Elementary School teacher Eric Danielson was one of six recipients of Clallam County School Retirees’ Association’s Isabel Whitfield/Naddy Classroom Mini-Grants for the 2020-2021… Continue reading

  • Jan 13, 2021
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OMC adds podiatrist Killpack to Olympic Medical Physicians team

Olympic Medical Center recently welcomed Adam Killpack, doctor of podiatric medicine, to the staff at Olympic Medical Physicians. Killpack joins OMC after three years of… Continue reading

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Sequim Police Blotter

Police blotter — Jan. 13, 2021

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. Jan. 5… Continue reading

  • Jan 13, 2021
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Port executive director to resign

Karen Goschen, who has been at the helm as the Port of Port Angeles’ executive director since 2016 is resigning to tend to her sister’s… Continue reading

School board to consider reopening strategies, superintendent

Sequim School District leaders look to further outline aspects of how to safely re-open its classrooms to in-person instruction while clarifying its lead administrator role… Continue reading

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Clallam County Elections Supervisor Susan Johnson leafs through a stack of test ballots during a logic and accuracy test of the county’s two ballot scanners… Continue reading

  • Jan 13, 2021
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City of Sequim seeking Planning Commission members

The City Council of the City of Sequim is seeking applicants for two vacancies on the Sequim Planning Commission. Commissioners advise the city council on… Continue reading

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Pedestrian hurt in collision after failing to yield at crosswalk

A pedestrian who failed to obey a crosswalk signal Tuesday, Jan. 5, east of Port Angeles was struck by a full-size SUV, according to the… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula vaccination clinics to take appointments

People can start to make appointments in Clallam and Jefferson counties as early as Wednesday if they are older than 70 — 85 in Jefferson… Continue reading

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Drive-through vaccinations move to Carrie Blake Park

Sequim residents 70-and-up and their partners eligible for first of two doses

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Council calls for city manager’s resignation

Dispute ensues whether discussion should be public or not

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COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Clallam, Jefferson counties focus on elderly first

Seven new COVID-19 positives were reported in Clallam County on Sunday as vaccination clinics in Sequim and Port Angeles continue gear up to provide shots… Continue reading

COVID-19 death brings peninsula toll to six

A second person from Jefferson County has died from COVID-19 while Clallam County reported 29 new cases on Friday and Saturday and mass vaccination clinics… Continue reading

Opinion split on removal of Trump

The North Olympic Peninsula’s Washington D.C. delegation called for President Donald Trump’s removal from office with 12 days left in his term for his part… Continue reading

Peninsula confirms 19 more COVID cases Thursday

The North Olympic Peninsula added 19 COVID-19 cases Thursday, mostly attributed to holiday gatherings, as Clallam and Jefferson County health officials continued to refine vaccination… Continue reading

Health officers: New state plan ties Peninsula from advancing

The new Healthy Washington plan unveiled Tuesday by Gov. Jay Inslee will at least temporarily impede the progress of reopening businesses and activities on the… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula COVID-19 cases cross 1,000 mark on Tuesday

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on the North Olympic Peninsula eclipsed the 1,000 mark Tuesday as Clallam County reported seven new cases, including two… Continue reading

School district eyes late January for re-opening

Sequim schools could reopen to students as early as late January, though it’s still unclear who will be the school district’s top administrator. Sequim School… Continue reading

A Clallam Transit bus departs from Gateway transit center in Port Angeles in October. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula Daily News Group

Clallam Transit budget keeps services, fares stable

The Clallam Transit board has approved an $11.3 million operating budget that maintains existing service and fares and contributes $1.4 million to reserves. Board members… Continue reading

A Clallam Transit bus departs from Gateway transit center in Port Angeles in October. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula Daily News Group