Clallam County

Anne Chastain, Clallam County emergency operations coordinator, discusses the county’s response to COVID-19 at the Port Angeles Business Association’s breakfast meeting. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Official: Clallam County could see herd immunity by June

Emergency Operations Center chief discusses vaccine program

 

A sign honoring Brooke Bedinger, who was killed on her motorcycle near the spot, stands on the side of U.S. Highway 101 near Morse Creek east of Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Work to begin on Morse Creek curve upgrade

Death of Sequim teen sparked project

 

Richard O’Neill, seen rehearsing for one of his solo appearances with the Port Angeles Symphony, won a Grammy Award on Sunday, March 14, for best classical instrumental solo recording. File photo by Diane Urbani de la Paz/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Peninsula violist O’Neill wins Grammy award

Sequim native gets nod with best classical music performance

Richard O’Neill, seen rehearsing for one of his solo appearances with the Port Angeles Symphony, won a Grammy Award on Sunday, March 14, for best classical instrumental solo recording. File photo by Diane Urbani de la Paz/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

Sequim group forms to seek city council transparency, open dialogue

Petition urges reinstatement of city manager

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

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

Clallam PUD rates to rise in spring

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners have approved 2021 operating budgets that include utility rate increases taking effect in the spring. Residential electric rates will… Continue reading

$3.5 million in reserves aids county’s 2021 budget

Clallam County commissioners have approved a 2021 spending plan that uses $3.5 million in reserves to maintain services and respond to COVID-19. The $44.6 million… Continue reading

Peninsula College Longhouse to host ‘Powerful Poets’

House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse, will host a poetry reading and conversations with guest poets Dawn Pichón Barron and Rena Priest at 2 p.m.… Continue reading

Volunteer Phyllis Meyer of Sequim adds broth to make stuffing for a traditional Thanksgiving Eve lunch at the Port Angeles Salvation Army on Nov 25. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Salvation Army thanks God, community

Free meals planned today on Peninsula

Volunteer Phyllis Meyer of Sequim adds broth to make stuffing for a traditional Thanksgiving Eve lunch at the Port Angeles Salvation Army on Nov 25. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Man in Carlsborg collision earlier this month dies

A driver who was in a three-car wreck on U.S. Highway 101 in Carlsborg earlier this month has died, the State Patrol reported. Justin J.… Continue reading

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Nurse and COVID-19 survivor Laura Dotlich sits next to a small pond at her home in rural Port Angeles on Thursday.
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Nurse and COVID-19 survivor Laura Dotlich sits next to a small pond at her home in rural Port Angeles on Thursday.

Driver leaves scene after collision with pole knocks out power

An alleged hit-and-run collision with a utility pole knocked out power to a neighborhood west of Sequim for about six hours into Monday morning. A… Continue reading

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Despite lead, Chapman stops short of declaring victory

Forde awaits more ballot counts

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Kevin Van De Wege declares victory in State Rep race

Beauvais awaits more counts

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Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum walks across a new bridge on the Spruce Railroad Trail abutting the recently renovated Daley-Rankin Tunnel at the start of a ceremony on Oct. 29 to celebrate the soon-to-be-open trail on the north shore of Lake Crescent. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Soon the be open: Spruce Railroad trail refurbished

Ribbon-cutting anticipates public access

Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum walks across a new bridge on the Spruce Railroad Trail abutting the recently renovated Daley-Rankin Tunnel at the start of a ceremony on Oct. 29 to celebrate the soon-to-be-open trail on the north shore of Lake Crescent. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Winners announced in the Olympic Peninsula Pet Photo Contest!

We have our winners of the Olympic Peninsula Pet Photo Contest, sponsored by Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. Winners from each category will be contacted by… Continue reading

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