Clallam County

Health officials toward reopening in early May

For the first time since the initial COVID-19 case was diagnosed on the North Olympic Peninsula on March 6, no additional cases were discovered in… Continue reading

Clallam PUD appointee decides against running in November

A Clallam County Public Utility District commissioner position became a wide open seat for the Nov. 3 general election after appointee David Anderson surprised his… Continue reading

COVID-19 changes ways candidates file for office

Online applications on county government websites encouraged

COVID-19 cases hold at 42 for the counties; flu cases have stopped

People tiring of physical distancing, urged to hang in there a little longer

Turnaround time for tests getting shorter

Health officials say results will be available same day

40,000 surgical face masks delivered to Clallam County

OMC, Forks among first served; state hospital association plans more shipments

North Olympic Peninsula hospitals adapt to COVID-19

Added precautions in place to protect patients, staff

Sequim’s Rainshadow Cafe is one of a number of local businesses offering take out/curbside pick-up. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Peninsula restaurants offer takeout, delivery options

Inslee’s COVID-19 mandate forces dining room closures

Sequim’s Rainshadow Cafe is one of a number of local businesses offering take out/curbside pick-up. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Clallam County sees two more coronavirus cases

Health officers urge adherance to stay-home order to keep numbers down

Peninsula virus cases stay at 40

Health officials optimistic at counties’ progress

COVID-19 Relief Fund growing

Generous donors throughout the North Olympic Peninsula keep pouring in funds for Olympic Community Action Programs to disperse to those hurt financially by COVID-19 precautions.… Continue reading

Grants available for small businesses

Program provides limited funds for North Olympic Peninsula

Richard “Doc” Robinson, executive director of Serenity House of Clallam County, points to an artist’s rendering of the Bridges Grill and a nearby laundromat on Eighth Street in Port Angeles that were under consideration for purchase by his agency to provide services for homeless young adults in this Dec. 15, 2018, file photo. Robinson has left his post at Serenity House. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Richard “Doc” Robinson, executive director of Serenity House of Clallam County, points to an artist’s rendering of the Bridges Grill and a nearby laundromat on Eighth Street in Port Angeles that were under consideration for purchase by his agency to provide services for homeless young adults in this Dec. 15, 2018, file photo. Robinson has left his post at Serenity House. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Inslee closes schools for remainder of academic year

It’s nowhere near mid-June, but school is out … kind of. Gov. Jay Inslee on April 6 prohibited all Washington state schools from providing in-person… Continue reading

Clallam County signs lease with port for homeless recovery center

Facility will be near William R. Fairchild Memorial Airport

Peninsula man in 80s catches COVID-19

Authorities tell of jail measures, face masks

Sequim’s Rainshadow Cafe is one of a number of local businesses offering take out/curbside pick-up. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim restaurants offer takeout, delivery options

Inslee’s COVID-19 mandate forces dining room closures

Sequim’s Rainshadow Cafe is one of a number of local businesses offering take out/curbside pick-up. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
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