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ANOTHER NEWSY DAY on the North Olympic Peninsula!
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CLASSES AND LESSONS — Olympic Iyengar Yoga . . . CPR-AED/First Aid . . . Myofascial release and kinesiology continuing ed

Breakfast special (with a free Peninsula Daily News) continues at 'The Bear' in Sequim

Crustacean jubilation hits Port Angeles today when Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival cracks open at City Pier

Wife of famed 'Galloping Gourmet' chef dies at 81; Graham Kerr had to make exit from crab festival

Sing-along set for final day of seafood gathering will close out weekend full of music

Port Townsend building inventory website needs more information, organizers say

Some cans of tuna from Sequim-based fishing company recalled by separate canning business

Official: Hood Canal Bridge work is ongoing but drivers should be free from traffic delays that impacted project in September

OUTDOORS: Warm water blob may be cause of smaller salmon

OUTDOORS: Sekiu's reputation for coho is well deserved

Today's Mad Hatter's Tea party in Sequim to tip hats to cancer survivors

Sequim schools set tour, forums about proposed bond measure; events to start Tuesday

Port Townsend talk at Fort Worden on Sunday to detail drone use in marine research

Petition with 110,000 signed hard copies against U.S. Navy plans delivered to Forest Service office

Peninsula shelter animals find homes during adoption open houses Oct. 3

Website ranks Port Angeles as a prime spot for paramedics, EMTs

Study says highway runoff kills salmon but filters can help

Inslee: Rewrite clean-water rules before EPA does

WEEKEND: Port Townsend Library marks Carnegie building's 102nd anniversary today

WEEKEND: Forks celebrates timber heritage with Hickory Shirt/Heritage Days festival this weekend

'What We Talk about,' 'Cathedral' to be performed on Seattle's Center Theatre stage Oct. 18

WEEKEND: Fresh art, around downtown: Port Angeles pulses with shows, music for October's Second Weekend

WEEKEND: Volunteers sought for butterfly bush removal at Morse Creek on Saturday

WEEKEND: Hapa-haole pair to perform at Port Townsend's Key City Playhouse Sunday

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