Tidal power project in Admiralty Inlet off East Jefferson County abandoned

EVERETT — The Snohomish County Public Utility District pulled the plug on a tidal energy project the day before bids came in for installing two undersea turbines near Whidbey Island. (continued)


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'Twilight' to return — this time as short films via Facebook

Veterans Stand Down set in Port Angeles on Thursday

Clallam County farms throw open the barn door for annual tours Saturday

$25 to drive into Olympic National Park? Government proposes fee hikes

Deputies find stolen vehicles, electronics in Tarboo Lake area; two jailed

Clallam commissioner candidates differ on environment, taxes during Port Angeles forum

Clallam pot zoning ordinance sent back to Planning Commission; meeting set tonight

Prosecuting attorney candidates in Jefferson disagree on impact of double-murder trial

Port Angeles High School students at new facility design meeting want classrooms closer together

OUTDOORS: Winter crab harvest opens Wednesday

Ecology issues preview of water quality standards, fish-consumption rates (Corrected)

Love, multiple sclerosis meld in novel to be read at Port Angeles Library on Friday

Strings program to begin Tuesday in Sequim schools

Governor's task force suggests reviving unpopular taxes for state parks

Work party Saturday in Olympic National Park

Groups launch GMO campaigns in Oregon

Fiber will be belle of ball at Sequim festival this weekend

Longview man to receive $520,000 for his wrongful conviction

NEWS BRIEFS — Olympic National Park road delays set this week . . . and other items

GOLF: Evening glow-ball games start this weekend

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula College men and women outduel region rival Highline

GIRLS SOCCER: Team-by-team preview

A reprieve: No public hunt this winter for Sequim's elk


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