PORT ANGELES – Nearly 60% of voters in Clallam County have already cast their ballots. According to statistics from the Clallam County Auditor’s office, just over 34-thousand of the 57-thousand ballots mailed out for the general election
Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES – On Monday, the Port Angeles School District will begin to allow 3rd and 4th graders back into classrooms, sticking to a cautious but effective method that has so far resulted in no
PORT ANGELES – Clallam County has adopted new regulations on fireworks. This week, County Commissioners concluded a years-long process to craft rules on where and when fireworks can be discharged in the county. The new law prohibits
Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES – Monday was the last day Washington residents could register to vote online, but the rules say you can register in person right up until election day. County Auditor Shoona Riggs says she
Pepper Fisher SEQUIM – The Sequim City Council Monday night chose to appoint retired California Fire Chief Keith Larkin, from a field of 6 candidates, to fill the council seat vacated over the summer by Troy Tenneson.
CLALLAM COUNTY – The effort to expand access to broadband internet throughout Clallam County continues to move forward this week with public meetings hosted by the City of Port Angeles and Central Clallam County on Wednesday and
PORT ANGELES – Residents of about 240 city of Port Angeles homes will have to continue boiling their water. Due to a lab mix up, the city can’t verify that the water in the southeast portion of
SEQUIM – A second Sequim School District administrator has been placed on leave for an investigation. High School principal Shawn Langston was placed on leave Friday afternoon. District officials did not elaborate on the nature of the