PORT ANGELES – Eighteen new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Clallam County Thursday. It’s one of the largest single-day number of cases reported since reporting in the pandemic began in March. And as health officials expected,
PORT ANGELES – Clallam County Superior Court is modifying operations in response to increased COVID-19 cases. In an order from the court, all jury trials that were to start next week through December 2 will be postponed.
PORT ANGELES — Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases locally, and new restrictions on office settings, the annual KONP-Port Angeles Lions Club Food-A-Thon has decided to “go virtual”. It was scheduled to happen Thursday but due
PORT ANGELES – Eleven new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Clallam County Wednesday. The latest surge in cases has rocketed the county’s case per 100,000 over the past two weeks to 96. The county is now
PORT ANGELES – The Winter Ice Village in Port Angeles, will be more of a spring ice village. The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce has decided to delay the annual ice-skating rink in downtown Port Angeles due
PORT ANGHELES – A woman involved in a triple murder at the end of 2018, will go to prison for 33 years. Yesterday, 36-year-old Kallie Ann LeTellier was sentenced after she plead guilty to second-degree murder with
PORT ANGELES – Four new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Clallam County Tuesday. That’s a slowdown from a larger surge the previous five days. But the latest surge in cases has rocketed the county’s case per
PORT ANGELES – Winds knocked out power for more than 20-thousand Clallam PUD customers Tuesday morning. The lights went out first in the west end of the county, but by about 7 am most of the Sequim