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Over the years, scientists have identified dams, pollution and vessel noise as… Continue reading
Clallam County Public Utility District began ordering smart meters last week after similar efforts struck out in… Continue reading
For years, Tuttie Peetz’s driftwood sculptures have traveled the globe. But the 74-year-old Sequim artist, instructor and sculptor… Continue reading
Members of the Port Angeles High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps perform in an armed drill for the Continue reading...
First Step Family Support Center recently earned an endorsement as a blue ribbon affiliate of Parents as… Continue reading
The Port Angeles School District has reported another “stranger encounter” involving a student. The attempted luring incidents… Continue reading
I HOPE WE’RE all taking a moment to congratulate ourselves. We got… Continue reading
Over the years, scientists… Continue reading
EARLY IN THE week, K. Asian Beauty, a 604-foot car carrier with… Continue reading
Cites concerns over snowpack, ocean temperatures, wildfires
Washington lawmakers started their 105-day legislative session Monday, tasked with writing Continue reading...
A Forks man convicted of drug dealing, who was once accused of hiding methamphetamine in a baby’s diaper Continue reading...
One man has pleaded guilty and another was found guilty by a jury following their arrest in Continue reading...
Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month… Continue reading
EARLY IN THE week, K. Asian Beauty, a 604-foot car carrier with a 98-foot beam, anchored in the west end… Continue reading
Victory seemed like a long shot after a rough first half, long enough for Port Angeles boys… Continue reading
GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: North Kitsap tops Port Angeles, teams now tied for league lead. Sequim, Neah Bay and Port Townsend all win
Port Angeles ceded solo control of the top spot in the Olympic League 2A Division girls basketball standings… Continue reading
I HOPE WE’RE all taking a moment to congratulate ourselves. We got through Medicare Part D open enrollment, Thanksgiving, Christmas… Continue reading
THE GREAT, WARM, unseasonably nice weather continues, so now your pruning must really begin in earnest. So, again today we… Continue reading
You did it. You created a safety net for our neighbors on Continue reading...
David Burroughs loves Romani — aka Gypsy — music. Continue reading...
One bright Sunday in November, Nina Jones took the Continue reading...
New Year’s Eve — is the last day of the Continue reading...
IN LAST WEEK’S episode we were considering the evolution of the Olympic Peninsula infrastructure while cruising the highways and byways Continue reading...
TELLING THE TRUTH is a revolutionary act, wrote George Orwell. We hear much about the need to “speak your truth” Continue reading...
The music of Vivaldi, Bach and Lalo, plus Severn’s “Polish Dance,” Tomaso Vitali’s “Chaconne” and Fritz Kreisler’s… Continue reading
Master Gardener Bob Cain will kick off the 2019 Green Thumb Garden Tips education series with a… Continue reading