Clallam County to hold public hearing in May on roadside weed management proposal that would include herbicides

PORT ANGELES — Clallam County could begin to use herbicide to kill noxious weeds and invasive plants along its 500-mile road system. (continued)

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Community heroes: Above-beyond Clallam service to be honored Thursday

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Sun shines on Washington Coast Cleanup across Peninsula [Photo Gallery]

For Earth Day, a rooted pastime: Port Angeles fourth-graders plant trees

WEEKEND: Writers from 12 to 90 years old to gather at Sequim theater for poetry reading Sunday

WEEKEND: Port Townsend Community Orchestra celebrates dance music Sunday

Get in the swing with big bands in Port Townsend this week

UPDATE: Oil rig Polar Pioneer, heavy lift ship Blue Marlin now separate in Port Angeles Harbor [PHOTO GALLERY]

Oil rig security just part of the harbor job for Coast Guard

Man gets jail time, fined for animal cruelty; starved dogs now 'doing great'

Heroin overdose averted by Port Angeles police

Final three sentenced in drug ring linked to Sequim car dealership

Charges filed in West End drug cases

Deferred upkeep at ONP estimated at $133.2 million

Port Angeles wrestles with projected $250,000 deficit

Beleaguered Anderson Lake clears toxin testing, opens for fishing season — and the trout are biting

Olympic National Park closes Enchanted Valley to camping after bears spotted eating human food

Brinnon's Loyalty Day parade bigger and longer — by four minutes

Endowment fund set up for Sequim youths’ education

Cabin rentals available in Olympic National Forest

Canned tuna sought for food banks this week

NEWS BRIEFS: Perform at the Open Stage on Wednesday . . . and other items

EYE ON CLALLAM: Board to consider spending on homeless

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