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Serenity House’s Viola Ware walks with Port Angeles Police Sgt. Jason Viada to places where people are known to camp to ensure they know the services available.
Donation bags are set to go to city of Sequim residents today.
The 35- to 40-foot-tall Douglas fir would start sparkling with 10,000 lights on Nov. 26 and shine until just after New Year’s Day.
Of the bar association’s 76 lawyers, 60 responded with ratings of 1-4 for the two Clallam County Superior Court judge candidates in each of four categories.
Gubernatorial candidates clash on issues of economy, the death penalty and where they see Washington heading.
The rescheduling to next Friday is due to new evidence in Deanna Marie Wilson’s case, Clallam County Superior Court records show.
There have been a “handful” of reported burglaries and vehicle prowls off Leighland Avenue, Hickory Street, North Larch Avenue and Mount Pleasant Road in the past two weeks.
Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.
Business events on the North Olympic Peninsula.
The Peninsula men and women soccer teams both beat Skagit Valley on the road Saturday.
The Loggers are in good shape for second place in the SeaTac 1B 8-Man League after Saturday’s win.
‘Trail of the Snake’ goes from online-only to print collection.
Not enough volunteers were available to provide spooks, an organizer said.