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WEEKEND REWIND — Peninsula Housing Authority to replace low-income units in Port Angeles — corrected

EDITOR'S NOTE: This has been corrected. Corrections include the source of the $12 million grant, some of the plans for the development and the source… Continue reading

 

WEEKEND REWIND: Charles re-elected to Lower Elwha Tribal Council

PORT ANGELES — Frances Charles, who serves as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal chairwoman, has been re-elected to the tribal council for another three-year term.… Continue reading

 

Peninsula Housing Authority to replace low-income units in Port Angeles — corrected

EDITOR'S NOTE: This has been corrected. Corrections include the source of the $12 million grant, some of the plans for the development and the source… Continue reading

 

Charles re-elected to Lower Elwha Tribal Council

PORT ANGELES — Frances Charles, who serves as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal chairwoman, has been re-elected to the tribal council for another three-year term.… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Chimacum schools superintendent urges board to focus on levy

CHIMACUM — Chimacum School District leaders should take a break from trying to pass a bond to update school buildings to concentrate on essential school… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Hand-painted art rocks rolling out across North Olympic Peninsula

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles totally rocks, according to a group of art and community-minded residents who are leaving small but potentially valuable pieces of… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Over $200,000 in grants to support Centrum arts activities at Fort Worden

PORT TOWNSEND — Centrum has received two major grants, adding up to $205,000 to support arts activities at Fort Worden. The arts organization has recently… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Port Angeles teen group looking at possible home of its own after offer of building space

PORT ANGELES — Only a few weeks after the first Pacific Reign teen event, the nonprofit youth activity group might have a place to call… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Specialist: Rapid melt of Olympic snowpack could prompt water worries in late summer

Record-high spring temperatures could trigger mild drought late this summer and raise the chances of another serious fire year in 2016, according to experts monitoring… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Public safety, health and family resources on tap in Forks on Saturday

FORKS — Family activities, family safety and services will be ready for West End residents at the sixth annual Forks Family Fair on Saturday. The… Continue reading

Chimacum schools superintendent urges board to focus on levy

CHIMACUM — Chimacum School District leaders should take a break from trying to pass a bond to update school buildings to concentrate on essential school… Continue reading

Forks’ Spartan Field gets $40,000 donation for new scoreboard

FORKS — When the Spartan football team plays its first home game in September, it will not only have a new playing field, but also… Continue reading

Over $200,000 in grants to support Centrum arts activities at Fort Worden

PORT TOWNSEND — Centrum has received two major grants, adding up to $205,000 to support arts activities at Fort Worden. The arts organization has recently… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Public safety, health and family resources on tap in Forks on Saturday

FORKS — Family activities, family safety and services will be ready for West End residents at the sixth annual Forks Family Fair on Saturday. The… Continue reading

Lending a helping hand to be made easy Saturday during Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

Food donations can be made without leaving home Saturday during the 24th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. During the nation’s largest one-day… Continue reading

Port Townsend residents invited to learn about disaster preparedness at meeting tonight

PORT TOWNSEND — City residents can learn more about what they can do for themselves in case of a major disaster during a meeting tonight… Continue reading

Specialist: Rapid melt of Olympic snowpack could prompt water worries in late summer

Record-high spring temperatures could trigger mild drought late this summer and raise the chances of another serious fire year in 2016, according to experts monitoring… Continue reading

Forks Chamber of Commerce gets new bus for logging tours; trips set to resume May 25

FORKS — The Forks Chamber of Commerce has a new bus to use for the Logging and Mill Tour, which resumes later this month, and… Continue reading

Port Angeles teen group looking at possible home of its own after offer of building space

PORT ANGELES — Only a few weeks after the first Pacific Reign teen event, the nonprofit youth activity group might have a place to call… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles commissioners discuss timber, marine advisory committees

PORT ANGELES — The Port of Port Angeles commissioners are preparing a new Timber Advisory Committee, reopening positions on the Marina Advisory Committee, and deciding… Continue reading