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ANOTHER NEWSY DAY on the North Olympic Peninsula!
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WANTED: Jefferson County heroes for Heart of Service Award

WANTED: Clallam heroes for Community Service Award

Fourth attempt at Sequim School District construction bond falls short

Port Townsend bond gets strong support while Chimacum schools measure faces opposite fate

Crescent School District voters lend support to pair of levies

Voters approve Discovery Bay Fire & Rescue bond along with Quilcene and Brinnon school levies

OUTDOORS: Marine Area 6 salmon season will close early, but not until after derby

Sequim standout to race Saturday for spot in Olympic Games

Severed foot found washed up on Vancouver Island shore

Harvest Moon to tell of basket weaving and bring history to life with Port Angeles lecture today

Police: Burglar enters Port Angeles house while residents sleep

Haggen auction rescheduled anew for Feb. 22

Benefit talent show Friday to aid Port Angeles family

AAUW Port Townsend plans silent auction for Feb. 20

Northwind Reading Series to continue tonight in Port Townsend

NEWS BRIEFS: Speed limit cut temporarily to 25 mph on portion of Highway 112 due to slide activity . . . and other items

GIRLS BASKETBALL: 'We had a feeling we were going to make it past here' — Clallam Bay advances in postseason with win over Northwest Yeshiva

BOYS BASKETBALL: Clallam Bay's season ends with loss to Shoreline Christian

ELECTION UPDATE — Discovery Bay fire district bond passes after second count of ballots

GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING! What's happening on the North Olympic Peninsula? See today's PDN front page

WANTED: Jefferson County heroes for Heart of Service Award

WANTED: Clallam heroes for Community Service Award

SPECIAL ELECTION: Sequim, Chimacum school bonds losing in first count; Port Townsend bond wins handily

Prosecutor to review Port Angeles utility slush fund; police say no crime committed but city officials vow action



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