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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

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… Continue reading

 

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Clallam Community Service Awards nominations deadline April 1

Nominations for the 2024 Clallam County Community Service Awards are due by the end of business on April 1. The awards, presented… Continue reading

 

A GROWING CONCERN: Get your garden marching orders

THE “IDES OF March” are nearly upon us and we had an extra leap year day to prepare for the soon to arrive, official start… Continue reading

 

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

Measure that failed crucial for school funding, board members say

Business and Connection series beginning

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

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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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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.
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Clallam commissioner announces bid for third term

Housing, timber revenue among several priorities

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Community Read begins in Port Townsend

Monthlong activity focuses on Pacific Northwest novel

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Breakfast meetings with networking and educational programs are held Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive… Continue reading

Finalists named for EDC awards

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

Road work to begin near Forks

Contractor crews will begin construction of a temporary bridge on U.S. Highway 101 at the Clallam and Jefferson county line south of Forks… Continue reading

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

STATE BASKETBALL: Neah Bay boys fall to defending champion Wellpinit in semifinal

Will play DeSales for 3rd/5th-place Saturday at 11:15 a.m.

Ridge ski season opens Saturday

Finally, enough snow falls for winter sports

Janell McCullough caught this good-sized hatchery chinook while fishing off of Sekiu over the Marine Area 5 salmon opener last weekend.

OUTDOORS: State salmon forecasts released

Chinook down a bit; coho should be solid

Janell McCullough caught this good-sized hatchery chinook while fishing off of Sekiu over the Marine Area 5 salmon opener last weekend.
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Peninsula seniors walk runways in New York City

Captain-Crystal, Kidd participate in Fashion Week

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‘Fractal World Explorations’ show closing this weekend

A closing reception will be held Saturday for “Fractal World Explorations, the Fractal Art of Cory Ench.” The event will be from… Continue reading

Painter Neha Panicker is one of five women artists in A Warm Embrace, the exhibition opening Saturday, March 2, at Northwind Art's Jeanette Best Gallery in downtown Port Townsend. photo courtesy of Neha Panicker

Art for healing: ‘A Warm Embrace’ brings five women artists together

Art can give solace — to the artists and the viewers. This is what five women explore in “A Warm Embrace,” the… Continue reading

Painter Neha Panicker is one of five women artists in A Warm Embrace, the exhibition opening Saturday, March 2, at Northwind Art's Jeanette Best Gallery in downtown Port Townsend. photo courtesy of Neha Panicker