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“It seemed like a fun way to educate people on what comes in on our coastline and repurpose a negative into a fun positive,” one organizer said.
“We feel like we need a two-year break to get really good at our processes and to be able to support that work,” the executive director said.
Originally, the plan had 18 initiatives — too many for the port’s level of staffing and requirements of ongoing operations, a port official said.
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.
Charges will be dropped if he can stay out of trouble for two years.
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.
Hopes rest on seven seniors
AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Big Hurt multi-sport race hosts team registration party Thursday … and other items
Sports events occurring on the North Olympic Peninsula
The free presentation will be from noon to 1 p.m.
Master Gardeners to talk about harvesting pumpkins and winter squash, season extenders and putting the garden to bed.
With the more fortunate given a voice, where does that leave anyone who can’t afford to spend millions?
Multitudes of happy tourists fished the Hoh this summer totally unaware they were breaking the law.
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.