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Funding deal reached for Peninsula College project at Fort Worden State Park campus
PORT TOWNSEND — The renovation of a Fort Worden State Park campus building into a higher education center is taking another step forward with a funding agreement among Peninsula College, a public development authority and the city of Port...
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


New respite center to offer help for mental health crises
PORT ANGELES — When turmoil roils a person’s mind, there’ll soon be a new safe harbor from the storm.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


Ferry replacement fees in the works in Olympia
OLYMPIA — The state Department of Licensing will soon stop requiring vehicle owners to replace their license plates every seven years and will begin collecting new ferry vessel replacement fees.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


Murray aims to tackle No Child Left Behind
SEATTLE — Former preschool teacher U.S. Sen. Patty Murray wants to rescue the so-called No Child Left Behind law in her new role as ranking Democrat on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


Suspected pipe bomb and theft investigation leads to arrest of Port Townsend man already charged in separate burglary
PORT TOWNSEND — A bomb was found in the car of a Port Townsend man who was arrested on new charges, including the burglary of a pharmacy, a day after he had been released on his own recognizance following arraignment on charges of burglarizing...
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


Port Townsend Main Street's new holiday ornament has Santa coming to town on iconic Kiwanis train
PORT TOWNSEND — This year's collectible Christmas ornament from Port Townsend Main Street depicts Santa Claus arriving in town on the Kiwanis Choo-Choo.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


PENINSULA POLL BACKGROUNDER: Inslee proposes establishing state capital gains tax
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday proposed a new capital gains tax to help address a projected state budget gap of more than $2 billion over the next two-year budget cycle.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


Olympic Medical Center to open quick-care clinic Jan. 6
PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center will open a Rapid Treatment Unit on Jan. 6 to provide timely care for people with minor illnesses and injuries who otherwise might wait for hours.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


Olympic Medical Center ending year in black, CEO says
PORT ANGELES — Although red may be a Christmas color, Olympic Medical Center will have happy holidays by ending 2014 in the black.
“The fourth quarter is looking good,” CEO Eric Lewis told OMC commissioners Wednesday.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


WEEKEND: Yoga invocation Sunday in Port Angeles to welcome in new year, more light
PORT ANGELES — A winter solstice invocation and pre-2015 gathering is set for Sunday at Poser Yoga, 128 E. Front St., and everyone is welcome.
Date: 12/19/14 | NEWS


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