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Ian Mackay rode to Portland, Ore., to underscore the need for accessible trails.
The 5,000-mile journey marks the fourth year the tribe has launched a trip to create a unified front among tribes that are fighting plans for coal terminals and crude oil pipelines.
Commissioners today will consider a 0.1-acre, $1,300 easement with a landowner.
Brian Coughenour and Dave Neupert come down on different sides of idea that would direct veterans toward treatment.
Bill Bloor is preparing guiding principles for City Council members on a ban against use of profanity that they imposed on themselves.
“We haven’t referred the case yet because we can’t say positively that we have the right two people,” the police chief said.
Robbie Wayne Davis, 41, gets 10 years, 10 months.
Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.
The CRTC was called the world’s first facility to develop carbon fiber composite scrap materials into products.
Team looking at six-man games
Cowboys snapped long losing streak, made playoffs in 2015
Also, the scuttlebutt on the collision between a ballistic-missile submarine and Navy Offshore Support Vessel.
Late August to September are the best times to get up and get out.
They were correct in ruling on the unconstitutionality of funding charter schools as common schools.
Now that fluoridation of city water has ended, the anti group can devote itself to a greater cause: wooden toothpick use.
Thirty-two Port Townsend artists will open their studios for tours this weekend.
On display will be artists’ impressions of the outdoor beauty of the North Olympic Peninsula.