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As the plum trees begin to bloom and early bulbs emerge from the late-winter ground, the 16th annual Soroptimist Gala Garden Show is ready to help gardeners prepare for the coming spring and summer season.
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Capacity Provisioning Inc., a Port Angeles business that provides fiber-optic service to several public agencies and businesses in Clallam County, has been purchased by WaveDivision Holdings of Kirkland.
Clallam County sheriff's deputies pursued a man Wednesday morning who had been sought since a Woodcock Road house was burgled last week.
A mental competency hearing originally set Wednesday morning for the Port Angeles man accused of tearing through a Gales Addition neighborhood with a bulldozer in May was delayed a week.
A routine design project has sparked a conversation among Clallam County officials about the role of the private sector in shared government efforts to be efficient.
William Payne has hit the ground running. Six weeks into his tenure as Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney, Payne has added a felony deputy, promoted another, amended charging standards and expedited drug court referrals.
A half-mile section of Old Olympic Highway in Agnew will be resurfaced and widened this summer.
With less than a month before ballots for the Sequim School District's $154,325,000 construction bond request are to be mailed to voters, backers of the measure are ramping up the campaign "If you care about your community, if you care about your schools, then you should vote yes," said Dave Mattingley of Citizens for Sequim Schools, a private ... (more)
A Port Angeles man accused of carving a swath of destruction through a Gales Addition neighborhood in May is expected back in Clallam County this week for a Wednesday hearing to determine his competency to stand trial.
Recent heavy rain strained the Port Angeles stormwater system to the point that 6 million gallons of combined rain water and raw sewage were pumped into Port Angeles Harbor.
A Port Angeles woman has been convicted by a Clallam County District Court jury this week of Driving Under the Influence and faces a mandatory sentence of at least 45 days in jail.
Another day of detours for the Lauridsen bridge area is slated for Monday so crews can complete installation of new traffic lights at Race Street and Lauridsen Boulevard as part of the $4.5 million replacement of the bridge.
One man was arrested and two sentenced in connection with Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team cases involving methamphetamine drugs.
A fugitive from Carlsborg led Clallam County sheriff's deputies on a high-speed chase over 19.8 miles that stretched across Clallam and Jefferson counties and reached speeds in excess of 80 mph before an arrest was made Wednesday morning.