Clallam County

‘New heart, new start’: Chambers is first Washington firefighter to return to full duty after transplant

EJFR lieutenant may be first in the state to return to full duty after heart transplant

Poaching accomplice sentenced to community service

Sequim man aided illegal hunts in Clallam, Jefferson counties

‘An amazing amount of snow’: Olympic snowpack above normal at end of January

‘We saw an amazing amount of snow in the month of January’

Officials continue investigation of human bones uncovered on ODT

Eroded portion of Olympic Discovery Trail undergoing repairs

Five Olympic Peninsula school districts receive Gold Star Award

Recognition is given for having high percentage of College Bound Scholarship students

Port commissioner announces candidacy for state senate

Connie Beauvais decides to run against Kevin Van De Wege

Sex education bill passes Senate

Chapman introduces veterans fund measure

County OKs letter to Ecology about scrapping facility, stormwater permit

Commissioners seek support for the remediation of Midway Metals

Port commissioners consider John Wayne Marina bids

A public review process was set in motion Jan. 14 for three concept proposals on the future of John Wayne Marina — and a late,… Continue reading

Sequim’s snow redux nothing like 2019

First responders say residents stayed smart, safe during snowfall

Clallam County seeks to spur Ecology to act on dump site, permits

Clallam County commissioners will consider on Jan. 21 a letter to the state Department of Ecology seeking support for the remediation of the Midway Metals… Continue reading

Port Angeles bears brunt of snowstorm

But impacts spread across entire Peninsula

Clallam County Charter Review Commission elects chair

Sue Erzen to fill role; other positions also filled

Sequim woman rejects plea bargain in attempted murder case

Larisa Jean Dietz has rejected a plea offer to resolve her attempted murder case. Dietz, 48, is charged with attempted second-degree murder and first-degree assault… Continue reading

Clallam officials prepare for snow

City and county crews are prepared for possible lowland snow next week, officials in Clallam County said. The National Weather Service said Thursday, Jan. 9,… Continue reading

Ferry upgrades put MV Coho out for month’s maintenance

Vessel to see new electrical boards and generators

Suspect in attack to consider plea deal

Sequim woman charged with second-degree murder attempt

Superior Court judge to resign in Clallam County

Coughenour to call it quits before term expires

Clallam commissioners mull update to raises timeline

No increases planned; move matches state changes tied to judges