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“We have a few venues, but the Starlight is everyone’s favorite,” said the Port Townsend Film Festival executive director.
“It looks like it was just inattention,” a State Patrol spokesman said.
Two of the populations that migrate off the state’s coast are still a concern.
“Jefferson County has an entrepreneurial spirit, but we’re also looking to create jobs that people can come back for and raise their family on.”
The festival, planned Sept. 23-25, will feature actress Karen Allen, actor and director Andrew Perez, director and composer Alexander Janko and director Charlie Soap.
The state Department of Natural Resources would expand Devil’s Lake Natural Resources Conservation Area and Dabob Bay Natural Area.
The festivities kick off tonight with a Honky Tonk and Pie Party at the Chimacum Grange.
The Saturday event boasts a salmon cook-out and strange vegetables for judging.
“At the Day of Caring, we’re looking to connect people directly with the organizations UGN funds,” an organizer said.
The rally was one of many across the nation to encourage people to share their opinions of the pipeline with local, state and federal government officials.
The company was recognized for a second year for the Best Corporate Emissions Rate in the Small-Independent GreenChill partner category.
He was attempting to pass illegally on his motorcycle when he struck a car turning left out of the northbound lane, officials say.
The six-year program is a rolling plan that is updated annually and prioritizes the transportation projects that the county plans to complete in the coming year.
Engineering and environmental manager says the three-phase plan to switch over and cut emissions is already in motion.
Some vendors lost merchandise to wind during major fundraiser for the Port Townsend Arts Guild.
Staff will buy one of the boats that reaches Ketchikan for $10,000.
Most were freshmen and Maritime Discovery Schools curriculum students.
All festival activities are centered around the Northwest Maritime Center at 431 Water St.
Thorndyke Resources had until Aug. 26 to file an appeal to a ruling, but no such appeal has been filed.
The community spirit award will go to Ted Pike posthumously for his volunteer work while Tad Roberts will get a lifetime achievement award.