Port Angeles School Superintendent Marty Brewer, second from right, speaks with members of the Port Angeles Parents for Education, on Friday about the Port Angeles Paraeducation Association strike. Assistant Superintendent Michele Olsen stands at right. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

District, PAPEA to pick up bargaining Sunday

Parent group presses officials for answers on strike

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Instructor Josh Taylor, left, points out the workings of an electric vehicle on Wednesday at the Auto Technology Certification Program at Peninsula College. Nick Schommer, center, and Brian Selk get ready to do some testing on the electric auto’s parts from underneath the vehicle. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

College’s automotive technology program gets a reboot

Students can earn a certificate separate from two-year degree

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Port Townsend transportation tax dollars to be put to work

Benefits district to raise $400,000 to $600,000 in first year

Port Angeles man faces six felonies for child sex offenses

Documents: Communication continued after protection order served

Fernando Cruz of Auburn, an employee of Specialized Pavement Marking in Pacific, cleans off a sign he used to paint a bicycle lane on Sims Way and Kearney Street, the site of the new roundabout. The workers needed at least two days of 47 degrees or above in order to paint the pedestrian crosswalks and other necessary markings. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

New bike lane in Port Townsend

Fernando Cruz of Auburn, an employee of Specialized Pavement Marking in Pacific, cleans off a sign he used to paint… Continue reading

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Proposed changes to public defender caseloads could hurt rural counties

Annual limits starting in 2025 may create staffing issues

In looking at ways to improve our broader financial wellbeing, it can help to focus on three pillars of financial wellness: saving, spending and security. Photo courtesy First Fed

Your guide to financial wellness

As April begins, so does Financial Literacy Month, an opportune time to reevaluate and bolster our financial well-being. It’s a… Continue reading

 

Business

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

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EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

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Life
OPEN’s Spring Tack Sale is Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 251 Roupe Road (off Hooker Road). Proceeds benefit rescued horses, minis, ponies (such as the one pictured with grossly overgrown hooves) and donkeys. Western and English saddles, saddle pads, halters, sheets, bits, bridles; western jewelry, clothes, boots and more. (photo by Valerie Jackson)

HORSEPLAY: Clean up after yourself and your horse

CLEAN UP ON aisle 7! Remember: Unlike a grocery store clerk who calls an employee over the loudspeaker to clean… Continue reading

 

The Olympic Kiwanis Club reports that its recent electronics recycling event was even more popular than planned for.

Kiwanis recycling event a success

The Olympic Kiwanis Club reports that its recent electronics recycling event in Port Angeles was even more popular than it… Continue reading

 

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PAT NEAL: Spill some salmon here

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news. The bad news was the loss of 25,525 salmon smolts that did Continue reading...