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PENINSULA HOME FUND: Lives turned around thanks to new eyeglasses

Jefferson Healthcare lands $1.5 million grant to fund new inpatient mental health facility

Rep. Kilmer to start series of public meetings on Olympic Peninsula Forest Collaborative with Forks gathering Friday

Clallam commissioner favors sales tax restoration, property tax increase amid debate on revenue, spending strategy

'A Christmas Story' in Port Townsend carries viewers into the past starting with Thursday preview of classic tale

Poet to share experiences from term abroad in Italy during Studium Generale at Peninsula College on Thursday

Assaults on staff at Western State Hospital costing millions

State struggling to meet foster care goals amid decline in licensed homes

Students return to Western Washington University campus following threats

BUSINESS BRIEFS: First Federal donates $10,000 to Boys and Girls Club . . . and other items

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Peninsula Pirates place fifth at Turkey Tournament

PREP FOOTBALL: Tough ending befits area's 2015 season

Cedars at Dungeness tops area golf courses and Sequim bakery Takes the Cake in ‘Best Everything’ contest

Taming Bigfoot a community game with a serious goal of climate action in East Jefferson County

Remember the sound of pile-driving? Rattle and shake of removing metal sheets to begin this week in Port Angeles

Quilcene meeting Dec. 7 to explore traffic safety options for Highway 101

Olympic Medical Center feels financially strong enough to stand alone

Storyteller to take audience on world tour of tales with Wednesday appearance in Port Angeles

Collaboration between Olympic Medical Center and other clinics is key to success, OMC CEO says

Sequim native now a State Patrol trooper assigned to Marysville; two new graduates take posts on Peninsula

Port Angeles Police Department earns accreditation from state association

Endangered fisher to be reintroduced into Cascade Mountains

Jefferson County Library to hold family art classes starting Saturday

United Way of Clallam County almost at quarter of its goal with $222,300

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