Lora Green

PORT ANGELES: Veteran educator and leader plans to resign

PORT ANGELES --Dr. George Woodruff plans to resign as school superintendent at the end of the school year in June. Woodruff, 56, who has led… Continue reading

Whale sculpture wins Community Choice award

PORT ANGELES -- A pair of iron whales won the Community Choice award given to the most popular yearlong Art on the Town exhibit. "Mother… Continue reading

The Peninsula’s top baby names

Hailey, Kaitlyn, Jessica, Jacob, Austin and Jonathan should be ready to start pre-school soon. Those were the most popular names for babies born on the… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: 11-year-old earns food certification

PORT ANGELES -- An 11-year-old boy is among the youngest to be certified in Clallam County to serve food. Ian McPhee, who works with his… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: High school orchestra plays Carnegie Hall

Port Angeles High School's symphony orchestra played to its largest audience ever when it performed in one of the world's most renowned concert halls Sunday.… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: Students safe in China despite tensions

PORT ANGELES -- Seventeen high school students and five chaperones are enjoying the hospitality of the Chinese despite tensions between United States and Chinese governments,… Continue reading

FORKS: Quillayute School Board widens superintendent applicant pool

FORKS -- Three semifinalists for the job of Quillayute Valley School District superintendent are not enough. The School Board decided in executive session to take… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: High School orchestra to play Carnegie Hall

Musicians often dream of performing at Carnegie Hall or playing on a nationally broadcast television show. For some Port Angeles High School students, both of… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES: School district official links deficit to lagging attendance

PORT ANGELES -- When the 2000-2001 school year started with 85 fewer students than planned, Jim Jones had to scramble to redo the budget. Fall… Continue reading

NEAH BAY: New middle school building due in June 2002

NEAH BAY -- Middle school students should have a new academic home next year. About 70 middle-schoolers now attend class in portable buildings, which will… Continue reading