SEQUIM — The City of Sequim announced Thursday they have redirected the work of members of the Public Works Crew to sanitize the public spaces throughout the City. The crew is using the Centers for Disease Control
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has extended his order to keep non-essential businesses closed and most of the state’s residents home through May 4, saying that social distancing measures must remain in place an
PORT ANGELES – With the record number of layoffs and furloughs throughout our community because of the virus scare, local food banks are preparing for what could be a dramatic increase in clientele. At the same time,
Tacoma – Two men who schemed to fake a suicide so one could go AWOL from the Army were charged Thursday in U.S. District Court in Tacoma with making a false distress message to the U.S. Coast
PORT ANGELES – Local emergency management officials say the community needs more personal protective devices. And they’re asking for more volunteers to make them if possible. Clallam County Undersheriff Ron Cameron donations of the masks have dipped.
PORT ANGELES – In her COVID-19 briefing Wednesday morning, County Health Officer Dr. Unthank reported that there are no new cases of the virus locally. Of the 414 people that have been tested, 357 tests are negative,
OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK – Because it’s April 1, we checked in with Olympic National Park Physical Scientist Bill Baccus to get his latest report on the snow pack in the mountains and get a sense of what
PORT ANGELES – Gov. Inslee said Monday that state and local law officials are going to start cracking down on non-essential businesses that are not complying with his “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order. (To see list, click