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Clallam County Bar Association rates judge candidates

Attorneys score incumbent Erickson above challenger Dublin

 

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Cody Coughenour was continuing his cleanup Tuesday of three properties on East Fifth Street.

Port Angeles city staff review cleanup proposal

Coughenour presents plan to city officials

 

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Trash and debris lines an alley behind the 100 block of East Fifth Street behind the Lincoln Street Safeway store in Port Angeles on Friday.

Judge versus city: Battle looms

Alley mess pact may bridge dispute

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Trash and debris lines an alley behind the 100 block of East Fifth Street behind the Lincoln Street Safeway store in Port Angeles on Friday.
A fire destroyed a store at 221 Wood St. in Forks. (Clallam County Fire District 1)

Acetylene torch sparks fire at Forks business

Saw shop materials inside contribute to intensity of blaze

A fire destroyed a store at 221 Wood St. in Forks. (Clallam County Fire District 1)

Hackers, sex ed, shutdown debated

Tharinger, Pruiett draw clear lines between them

A dog's remains were located Wednesday at a beach near Marine Drive in Port Angeles. (Barker Photography)

Investigation finds dog’s body

Authorities find bones wrapped in sleeping bag

A dog's remains were located Wednesday at a beach near Marine Drive in Port Angeles. (Barker Photography)
Work continues on Wednesday at the site of the future Field Arts and Events Hall near the Port Angeles waterfront. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Work continues on Wednesday at the site of the future Field Arts and Events Hall near the Port Angeles waterfront. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

State Senate hopefuls debate taxes, sex ed

Candidates for a four-year 24th Legislative District state Senate seat clashed over wildfires and sex education in a recent Port Angeles Nor’Wester… Continue reading

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Michael LaGrange, store manager of the Lincoln Street Safeway in Port Angeles, pull debris from trash pile for disposal last week from a company-leased parking lot behind the grocery.

Cleanup of block-long debris begins

Port Angeles police issue notice of violation

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Michael LaGrange, store manager of the Lincoln Street Safeway in Port Angeles, pull debris from trash pile for disposal last week from a company-leased parking lot behind the grocery.

Port Angeles School District avoids staff cuts

Some positions will be left unfilled

Port Angeles lays out plan for return

Clallam County’s promising COVID-19 infection rate will allow Port Angeles School District first- and second-graders to go back to school — sort… Continue reading

Dredging begins at Port of Port Angeles Terminal 3

$1.6 million project to clear way for ships

Three proposed amendments to Clallam County charter debated

DCD director, voter initiatives, charter review frequency on ballot

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Travel trailers and RVs fill up spaces at John Wayne's Waterfront Resort on Saturday at Sequim Bay east of Sequim.

Sale of John Wayne property draws national interest

Waterfront area near Sequim Marina

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Travel trailers and RVs fill up spaces at John Wayne's Waterfront Resort on Saturday at Sequim Bay east of Sequim.

Rohrer quits as Forks District Court judge

Successor to be appointed to fill unexpired term

How R-90 is interpreted on ballot

Referendum asks voters about sex education legislation

Forks couple accused of rape of foster child

Two longtime Forks foster parents are awaiting arraignment Friday on child-sex abuse charges after a 14-year-old girl they were caring for said she… Continue reading