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Clallam County League of Women Voters set live, online candidate forums

To help peninsula residents learn more about candidates for local offices prior to the statewide Aug. 4 Primary Election, Clallam County League of Women Voters… Continue reading

Community news briefs — July 15, 2020

Grange to ‘take over’ Mariner Café Members of the Sequim Prairie Grange invite the community to a “Grange Take Over” at the Mariner Café, 609… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2020
John Johnson, on left, with his wife Susie and crew chief Dave Richardson, and dog Kona, stand next to John’s T-6 Texan that he and Richardson will travel with on an aircraft to Hawaii and fly to commemorate the end of World War II 75 years ago. Photo courtesy of Kaye Gagnon

Diamond Point pilots to fly for 75th anniversary of WWII’s end

Trip takes them, T6 Texan on naval aircraft to Hawaii

John Johnson, on left, with his wife Susie and crew chief Dave Richardson, and dog Kona, stand next to John’s T-6 Texan that he and Richardson will travel with on an aircraft to Hawaii and fly to commemorate the end of World War II 75 years ago. Photo courtesy of Kaye Gagnon
In June, Susan Bermel presented three quilts from the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club to family members at their new new home courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County. Bermel made the quilts as part of their Community Quilt program with Ilse Osier and Julie Malone. Photo courtesy of Susan Bermel

Lavender Weekend’s extracurriculars canceled this year

Art shows, live music not allowed under guidelines

In June, Susan Bermel presented three quilts from the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club to family members at their new new home courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County. Bermel made the quilts as part of their Community Quilt program with Ilse Osier and Julie Malone. Photo courtesy of Susan Bermel

Peninsula College resurrects community education classes for summer 2020

Peninsula College is bringing back Community Education classes this summer, offering flexible opportunities for online learning. Budget cuts led to the suspension of the programs… Continue reading

Police blotter — July 15, 2020

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. July 7… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2020

Primary ballots being mailed this week

Ballots for the Aug. 4 Primary Election will be mailed to all registered voters in Clallam County on July 15, county election officials said this… Continue reading

Sequim Education Foundation selects 2020 scholarship winners

The Sequim Education Foundation announced recently the nonprofit’s selection of eight scholarship recipients to graduating Sequim High School seniors. Scholarship recipients include: • James Halloran… Continue reading

City of Sequim caps street rehab project with wheeled ribbon cutting

A multi-partner Sequim street project nearly eight years in the making is complete, feted with a unique ribbon cutting. The City of Sequim celebrated the… Continue reading

Holiday traced to new cases of COVID-19

A total of 11 new COVID-19 cases were tallied on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend as two additional cases were confirmed in Jefferson County… Continue reading

Three new COVID-19 cases in Clallam County

Three new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Clallam County, bringing the total number of cases on the North Olympic Peninsula to 91. Jefferson… Continue reading

Health officers work with schools for safe reopening

North Olympic Peninsula health officials have been working with school administrators this week on plans to reopen classes this fall while using COVID-19 precautions. One… Continue reading

Peninsula College hosts online series, ‘Conversations Toward a Culture of Justice’

Creating a safe space for conversation and dialog during an unprecedented moment in history was the impetus for “Conversations Toward a Culture of Justice,” a… Continue reading

No mask, no service starts this week

Clallam County saw two additional COVID-19 positives over the weekend, but they were not related to outbreaks at Serenity House in Port Angeles or Olympic… Continue reading

Confirmed COVID-19 cases remain at 87 on Peninsula

Clallam and Jefferson County health officials were working to trace contacts of known carriers and encouraging face coverings on the first day of the latest… Continue reading

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide offers free online tax prep assistance

Through July 15, AARP Foundation is providing free access to online tax software and personal telephone taxpayer assistance through its Tax-Aide program. Taxpayers can download… Continue reading

Carlsborg manufactured home goes to hearing examiner again

Kitsap judge reverses, remands some of application

City of Sequim sets unique ribbon-cutting for Fir Street project

The 2019 novel coronavirus has worked its way into nearly every part of life — even ribbon-cuttings. The City of Sequim looks to celebrate the… Continue reading

Clallam board OKs camping at county parks

Outdoor enthusiasts on the Olympic Peninsula can break out the tents, sleeping bags and s’mores. With a recommendation from county health officer Dr. Allison Unthank,… Continue reading