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ANOTHER NEWSY DAY on the North Olympic Peninsula!
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Port Angeles fluoridation foes file petition to change form of city government

Discussion on what’s ahead for Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail continues today in Port Townsend

Port Townsend planning panel to consider short-term rental pilot program

Olympic Region Clean Air Agency to raise fees on counties, cities

OUTDOORS: Recreational anglers begin protests against tribal fisheries

Port Angeles residents urged to give input on comprehensive plan at meetings next week

GOP race all but decided ahead of Washington state primary

Coast Guard seeks comment on Admiralty Inlet navigation issues

Clallam County awards two contracts to Port Angeles construction companies

Clallam treasurer to speak to Democrats next Wednesday in Port Angeles

State's fourth Zika virus case confirmed in King County

Sequim school plant sale set to continue today through Saturday

Place-based learning topic of Wednesday lecture in Port Townsend

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Chase nets hat trick as Sequim boys soccer team wins on senior night

BASEBALL: North Kitsap edges punchless Port Angeles in division championship game

PREP GOLF: Sequim boys and girls teams cap undefeated seasons, earn Olympic League championships

YOUTH SPORTS: Baseball and softball roundup

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Ethics complaint names four Port Angeles City Council members

Proposed settlement on lead cleanup at Salt Creek firing range would cost Clallam $165,485

Suspect in Port Angeles homicide is extradited to Arkansas

EDC-Team Jefferson adds deputy director position focused on financials

Feasibility study looks at estimated $58.4 million proposal for Duckabush River project

Clallam Public Utility District: Carbon tax going before voters Nov. 8 would raise electrical rates — corrected



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