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Coffee customer Lauren Wright of Port Angeles, right, gets assistance at the counter from Career and Technical Education program students, from left, Jordis Vance, 17, Rayin Blewett, 18, and Maple Romberg, 16, on Friday's opening day of the Wildcat Cafe at Lincoln Center in Port Angeles.

Cafe opens at Lincoln High School

CTE program first phase for alternative school

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Ridge ski season opens Saturday

Finally, enough snow falls for winter sports

Johnson

Clallam commissioner announces bid for third term

Housing, timber revenue among several priorities

After first vote failed, Quilcene voters to be asked to approve school levy

Measure that failed crucial for school funding, board members say

TSR

Peninsula seniors walk runways in New York City

Captain-Crystal, Kidd participate in Fashion Week

Timeline told on Port of Port Angeles’ Maritime Trade Center

Construction slated to begin this May

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A gate and concrete barricades block the north end of Towne Road as it reaches the new Dungeness River levee on Tuesday northwest of Sequim. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Residents provide Towne Road feedback

More than 30 express opinions on project

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Work progresses on the road deck of the main over-water spans at the site of a new U.S. Highway 101 bridge over the Elwha River southwest of Port Angeles on Thursday. The bridge will replace an older nearby span that was determined to have structurally-deficient pier footings. The $36 million project is expected to be completed in December.

Elwha River bridge construction

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Lena Curtis guides a snow sled with her two children, Lucien Williams, 4 1/2, and Millie, 2, all from Port Townsend, down a snow hill at Port Townsend High School on Tuesday. An overnight storm passed through but not before depositing about 3 inches of soft powder, which melted rapidly as the day warmed. The blast of snowfall was largely confined to the area around Port Townsend and Port Hadlock overnight into Tuesday morning on the North Olympic Peninsula. Another weather system was coming in on Tuesday afternoon and is expected to drop rain in the lowlands and snow in the mountains on Wednesday and early Thursday, according to meteorologist Jacob DeFlitch with the National Weather Service in Seattle. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Downhill sledding

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Politics
Johnson

Clallam commissioner announces bid for third term

Housing, timber revenue among several priorities

 

Mike Chapman.

Housing discussed at update

Tharinger, Chapman talk about legislation

 

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Finalists named for EDC awards

The Clallam Economic Development Council will honor community members in three categories on March 15 during a… Continue reading

 

Business and Connection series beginning

Rick Dickinson and Micah Jonet will present “How to Start a Business: The First Steps” at noon Tuesday.… Continue reading

 

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PAT NEAL: To build a fire

Camping isn’t just for summer anymore. The woods, beaches and campgrounds are full of campers in the dead of winter. Continue reading...