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HOW YOU CAN HELP — Silver Spurs 4-H Club seeks supplies for horse, livestock owners who fled Washington fires
PORT ANGELES — Silver Spurs 4-H Club members have kicked off a campaign to gather used and new horse and livestock tack and supplies to help farmers and ranchers who fled fires in Central and Eastern Washington with their animals but not much...
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


HOW YOU CAN HELP — Port Angeles woman heads drive for donations for Eastern Washington wildfire victims
PORT ANGELES — Think the unthinkable: losing your every possession to a wildfire.
Then rethink it.
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


Cast your ballot today! Pick your favorite in our County Fair Photo Contest
IT'S TIME TO pick your favorite photo taken at the Jefferson or Clallam county fairs!
Voting is underway in our online County Fair Photo Contest.
It's easy to vote. Go to: http://pdn.upickem.net/engine/welcome.aspx?contestid=184523.
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


Bank of America sells its four Peninsula branches to lst Security Bank; customer accounts to be carried over in January 2016
Bank of America is selling its four North Olympic Peninsula branch locations to Snohomish County-based 1st Security Bank, officials confirmed Wednesday.
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


Port Angeles City Council moves toward selling Morse Creek hydroelectric plant
PORT ANGELES — The City Council took the first step this week toward selling the Morse Creek hydroelectric plant, declaring it and the approximately 800 acres it sits upon as surplus.
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


Port Angeles-based Coast Guard cutter intercepts 2,900 pounds of pot
SAN DIEGO — The crew of the Coast Guard cutter Adelie intercepted an estimated 2,900 pounds of marijuana off the coast of San Diego last Saturday, the second drug haul for a Port Angeles-based cutter within the last week.
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


Railroad Bridge trestle replacement crews taking special measures to spare wildlife
SEQUIM — A $1.53 million project to construct a 750-foot-trestle over the Dungeness River requires crews to navigate thick woodlands and cross the waterway without disturbing wildlife, said the president of the construction company performing...
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


Free stars and planets astronomy program at Hurricane Ridge
JOHN GOAR IS finishing up this summer's free astronomy programs with telescopes at Hurricane Ridge, one of the best light-restricted “dark sky” sites on the Peninsula 17 miles up a paved road from Port Angeles in Olympic National...
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


Jamestown S’Klallam tribe buys wireless division of Port Townsend’s Intellicheck Mobilisa
SEQUIM — The Jamestown S’Klallam tribe has purchased a portion of Intellicheck Mobilisa of Port Townsend.
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


U.S. Rep. Kilmer discusses legislation to combat Citizens United, money in politics at Port Townsend forum
PORT TOWNSEND — U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer told a public forum Tuesday he has introduced legislation to amend the U.S. Constitution and reverse the effects of a controversial Supreme Court decision regarding election funding.
Date: 09/03/15 | NEWS


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