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ISSUES OF FAITH: Follow God’s way for ‘the truth and the life’
I see us drifting farther from the heart of God in pursuit of our own way — and I worry.
LETTER: Randy Johnson a ‘visionary’ who can carry Clallam to great times
His integrity, judgement and business acumen would benefit the county on a number of fronts.
LETTER: State Department approval likely would have made a difference in Benghazi
I saw one good man die while circling overhead in Vietnam and awaiting approval from the U.S. government.
Olympic Peninsula Art Association hosts annual show this weekend
The show is an opportunity for the group’s members to display their work.
Onyx Chamber Players to take the stage at Maier Hall
Musical trio will explore 300 years worth of music during Peninsula College event Saturday.
Pancakes, open houses and kids’ art on tap this weekend
Events and activities throughout the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.
Port Angeles man turns himself in after Clallam County Sheriff’s Office releases security footage
Police say Sebastian Goettling, 18, illegally entered a building after hours.
Weekday storm could affect West End most
Forks, Quileute and other coastal areas could expect 40-to-45 mph sustained winds with gusts as high as 65 mph from the first storm.
Cedar sidewalk paves the way to history in Port Angeles
The addition will be unveiled along with haunted underground tours starting today.
First of two storms expected to hit Peninsula on Thursday night
Forecasters predict the second storm could be one of the strongest in Pacific Northwest history.
City of Sequim to see key retirements in 2017
Several positions are shifting duties through budget planning.
Property formerly linked to Fred Meyer development goes to auction
The owners of the Bell Creek Village property are selling 77-plus acres by U.S. Highway 101.
Initiative 1491 would allow temporary suspension of firearms access
The “extreme-risk protection orders,” modeled after domestic violence restraining orders, would require a court hearing and due process protections to remove guns from a person in crisis.
LETTER: ‘Trump Titanic’ sinking ever lower with each new ‘deplorable’
At this race, all Hillary Clinton has to do is wait for him to implode before taking the presidential crown.
LETTER: Whether you agree with her or not, Clinton more qualified to be president
Donald Trump does not have the temperament or focus to hold the highest office in the land.
NEWS BRIEFS: Forks lifts some water restrictions … and other items
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
Port Angeles man charged with assault of a law enforcement officer
Gary Carl Borneman Sr., 62, allegedly shoved and spit on a city policeman.
Olympic National Park road to Rialto Beach to close Thursday for repairs
Mora Road, from the ranger station to the beach, will be closed for roughly a week for repair work.
BUSINESS BRIEFS: Sunland wastewater treatment plant given oustanding award … and other items
Business news on the North Olympic Peninsula.
Weather forecasters predicting stormy weather for Peninsula starting Wednesday
Officials say the first of two strong Pacific storm systems is expected to approach the area this evening with impacts on Thursday.