Clallam County

Politics plays role in ‘nonpartisan’ races

Conservative Sequim group in forefront

 

Hall: QAnon a ‘hoax’

Donnie Hall, an organizer of the Sequim-based Independent Advisory Association, said he has changed his mind about QAnon, the right-wing conspiracy theory movement. After calling… Continue reading

 

Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Bill Nichols, left, talks about a proposed mental health court program accompanied by District Court Judge Dave Neupert on July 13 at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Clallam County mental health court favored

Clallam County officials are moving forward with establishing the 16th mental health court in the state of Washington by Dec. 31. Backed by a courthouse… Continue reading

Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Bill Nichols, left, talks about a proposed mental health court program accompanied by District Court Judge Dave Neupert on July 13 at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
The newly rebuilt trail to the summit of Hurricane Hill was opened by Olympic National Park in August 2020. File photo by Pierre LaBossiere/Olympic Peninsula News Group
The newly rebuilt trail to the summit of Hurricane Hill was opened by Olympic National Park in August 2020. File photo by Pierre LaBossiere/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Best of the Peninsula 2021.

Best of the Peninsula voting ends Sunday

Ballots close at midnight July 11

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Carol Swarbrick Dries portrays Lillian Carter in a new docudrama. Photo courtesy CJR Films

Swarbrick Dries presents Lillian Carter in film this weekend

Carol Swarbrick Dries, the movie and stage actor who makes her home in Sequim, is appearing in “Lillian Carter: More than a President’s Mother,” an… Continue reading

Carol Swarbrick Dries portrays Lillian Carter in a new docudrama. Photo courtesy CJR Films
Aspiring Dash pilot Josh Crabtree of Port Angeles unloads boxes of maintenance records from a Dash Air Shuttle Cessna 402C on Wednesday, June 30, at William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Aspiring Dash pilot Josh Crabtree of Port Angeles unloads boxes of maintenance records from a Dash Air Shuttle Cessna 402C on Wednesday, June 30, at William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Best of the Peninsula 2021.

Best of the Peninsula 2021 voting now underway

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These conceptual drawings from American Ramp Company/Velosolutions show the BMX pump track planned for Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles. Organizers hope to open the track in October.

PA council OKs pump track contract

New grant-funded course expected to open next fall

These conceptual drawings from American Ramp Company/Velosolutions show the BMX pump track planned for Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles. Organizers hope to open the track in October.
A Sequim students enjoys a ride on a newly-donated adaptive bicycle, donated by Rotary Club of Sequim. Submitted photo

Milestone: Rotary Club of Sequim donates eighth, ninth adaptive bikes

A collaboration between Sequim schools and the Rotary Club of Sequim is keeping several local students pedaling their way to improved fitness. Working with Molly… Continue reading

A Sequim students enjoys a ride on a newly-donated adaptive bicycle, donated by Rotary Club of Sequim. Submitted photo
Travis Michael Parker.
Travis Michael Parker.
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Best of the Peninsula 2021 nominations on now

It’s time again to vote for the Best of the Peninsula! In separate Clallam County and Jefferson County ballots, voters will be asked to first… Continue reading

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Two people were seriously injured and a Washington State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer's vehicle was totaled in a collision near Discovery Bay on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol

State Patrol enforcement officer hurt in wreck

Driver of allegedly stolen pickup also airlifted to Seattle hospital

Two people were seriously injured and a Washington State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer's vehicle was totaled in a collision near Discovery Bay on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol
Courtesy of Clallam County Public Health.

Clallam residents tell why they got the shot

“Why I Got Vaccinated,” a video produced by the Clallam County Public Health Department, asks community leaders and residents to tell why they received COVID-19… Continue reading

Courtesy of Clallam County Public Health.
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Leo Goolden, who is restoring the racing cutter Tally Ho, plans to move the project from rural Sequim to Port Townsend.

Tally Ho to move from Sequim to Port Townsend

Historic yacht undergoes renovation

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Leo Goolden, who is restoring the racing cutter Tally Ho, plans to move the project from rural Sequim to Port Townsend.
Terry Ward.

Sound Publishing’s Peninsula newspapers survive a hard year

Publisher tells of COVID-19 experience

Terry Ward.
Tom Landa is bandleader of The Paperboys and Locarno, two ensembles from Vancouver, B.C., who will give virtual concerts during the Juan de Fuca Festival in May. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Juan de Fuca Festival ‘reimagined’

Memorial Day event to offer live, virtual performances

Tom Landa is bandleader of The Paperboys and Locarno, two ensembles from Vancouver, B.C., who will give virtual concerts during the Juan de Fuca Festival in May. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News
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Tepid approval of dam removals

Snake River project divides electeds

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Tons of metal scrap are being hauled away from Midway Metals, avoiding enforcement action against its Port Orchard owner.

Cleanup begins at Midway Metals

Questions linger over lasting impact

Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News

Tons of metal scrap are being hauled away from Midway Metals, avoiding enforcement action against its Port Orchard owner.
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