SPECIAL ELECTION: Sequim, Chimacum school bonds losing in first count; Port Townsend bond wins handily

The Sequim School District's proposed $54 million construction bond was losing in the first count of special election ballots tonight, while a bond for the Port Townsend schools passed by a whopping 73.06 percent. (continued)


ELECTION RESULTS: Sequim School District bond hangs below 60% supermajority; Port Townsend school bond sees 73% approval

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Port Angeles, Clallam reviewing allegations of misuse of public property after State Patrol investigation finds no criminal activity

GOOD TUESDAY MORNING! What's happening on the North Olympic Peninsula? See today's PDN front page

WANTED: Jefferson County heroes for Heart of Service Award

WANTED: Clallam heroes for Community Service Award

Expert: Olympic snowpack suggests stable summer water supply so far

Olympic Mountain Experiment weather data to be detailed in Port Angeles presentation tonight

Republicans, Democrats warm up for coming caucuses in Clallam, Jefferson

More than 53 percent return ballots in Clallam County while Jefferson sees 47 percent turnout

Clallam administrator's performance review delayed but job description, contract on tap

Gov. Inslee lambasts state Senate Republicans for cabinet ouster

NEWS BRIEFS: U.S. Rep. Kilmer announces town hall tour with dates in Sequim, Quilcene . . . and other items

PREP BASKETBALL: Clallam Bay opens postseason in Port Angeles; 11 area teams advance to tournaments

GOOD MONDAY MORNING! What's happening on the North Olympic Peninsula? See today's PDN front page

WANTED: Jefferson County heroes for Heart of Service Award

WANTED: Clallam heroes for Community Service Award

Port Townsend's newest police officer gets ready for next step in her career

Peninsula law enforcement agencies seeking candidates as retirements loom

Law enforcement testing set Saturday and Feb. 21 in Port Angeles

New Olympic National Park annual pass to feature top winner in photo contest

Political signs can be limited at City Council meetings, Port Angeles city attorney says

Port Townsend police arrest man after reports of knife-wielding, threats

EYE ON OLYMPIA: State Senate to consider bill to fund homelessness solutions



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