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The Crescent School Board has been named a 2016 School Board of the Year by the Washington State School Directors’ Association. The awards… Continue reading
Four Bitchin’ Babes will sing about the experiences of women in Hormonal Imbalance v2.5, a show tonight celebrating 25 years of estrogen-fueled… Continue reading
RainShadow Chorale will present the first of three afternoon performances of “A Heaven Full of Stars” in Chimacum on Sunday. The Chimacum concert… Continue reading
Val James and her Friends will perform an array of jazz standards during a Candlelight Concert of Jazz Favorites this coming Thursday… Continue reading
The true test now begins for Donald Trump. The Republican president-elect paid little… Continue reading
One more day. After the polls close Tuesday, Americans will know who won the presidency as the grueling national race comes to… Continue reading
More than 52 percent of registered voters in Clallam County have returned ballots in the Nov. 8 general election. The Clallam County… Continue reading
Ballots coming in for Nov. 8 general election
A free presentation will be in the second-floor conference room at The Landing mall in Port Angeles.
The addition will be unveiled along with haunted underground tours starting today.
Twelve people have applied so far, but the board said it is looking for candidates who are better qualified.
One-hour traffic delays are expected beginning today.
The deceased animal had been anchored underwater at Naval Magazine Indian Island, and the bones are now drying in a greenhouse.
The 61 miles of sales will begin at Laird’s Corner on U.S. Highway 101 and stretch along the length of state Highway 112 to Neah Bay.
Titles up for grab at Saturday’s races
Forty seaside hikes are available for more volunteers who want to comb North Olympic Peninsula beaches for debris and haul it out.
The free event held by the Clallam County Historical Society will display the lower level of the school, the newly renovated research library and the artifact storage facility.
Information is to be mailed as soon as possible to an estimated 1.5 million people who created customer profiles in the state license system before July 2006.
Every Kid in a Park gives students, and those accompanying them, free access to park areas — including Olympic National Park.
The Olympic Natural Resources Center will host a mobile planetarium Saturday, and on Sept. 13, a talk will be given on ocean acidification and algal blooms.