Two fathers and their sons went hunting in Brinnon on Saturday, but after legally downing an elk with a muzzle-loading rifle, they found themselves staring down the barrels of guns pointed at them by uniformed officers of the Port Gamble S'klallam Tribe.
The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center presents "Moving Forward: Resources for Artists," a free workshop for artists in all disciplines (visual, literary, musical, performance) from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10.
Trial dates are set for four of the seven people arrested for a Sept. 4 residential burglary that involved the theft of more than $110,000 in cash and coins, allegedly to bail out one suspect's boyfriend.
While the new façade under construction at Town Square on the northwest corner of Sequim Avenue and Washington Street may be the most visible change, it's just one of several new or expanding businesses along Sequim's major access from U.S. Highway 101.
The Sequim funeral home owner who tried to establish a Carlsborg crematory has been fined by the state for not filing death certificates with the state health department within the required three days.
On Oct.1, households across the 24th Legislative District - which includes Clallam, Jefferson and parts of Grays Harbor counties - will receive a phone call from state Rep. Kevin Van De Wege at around 6 p.m.
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