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The organization spent nearly all of its medical reserves saving 1-year-old Jackson, a dog taken in after two tourists found him wandering near Neah Bay.
Chairwoman Sande Balch says the 61-mile community sale is still on for Saturday amid culvert work near Pysht.
Forty seaside hikes are available for more volunteers who want to comb North Olympic Peninsula beaches for debris and haul it out.
Quilcene and Brinnon students begin a new school year today.
Groups say that hydroelectric dams pose the greatest threat to the fish and that it’s unnecessary to reduce the number of fish predators by shooting thousands of cormorants.
Railroads’ bridge inspection reports aren’t public documents, but a federal bill gave officials the right to request public versions last year.
My good friend mentioned marriage counseling. I enviably thought of robins’ relationship.
Thanks to workers and volunteers, we’re able to enjoy the splendor right next door to us.
A recent letter to the editor blew his cover in subverting Donald Trump’s candidacy.
News events across the North Olympic Peninsula.
The Labor Day campout was just another example of the shrinking middle class: no au jus with our prime rib!
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula
Bill Sycalik is commemorating the National Park Service centennial with runs in every national park.
The hearing marks the latest development in the McCleary case — a 2012 ruling that said the Legislature has failed to fully fund education.
The Sequim lodge raised over $5,000 in a July 4 event, Americans Helping Our Disabled Veterans and Their Families.
Authorities do not suspect foul play, and an autopsy is planned.
The free event held by the Clallam County Historical Society will display the lower level of the school, the newly renovated research library and the artifact storage facility.
Melissa Click, let go after interfering with journalists and police during student protests, has been hired to a communication studies lecturer job.
District plans to use donated funds to buy individual packs for Community Emergency Response Teams.
Doug Hendrickson began Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) at Salt Creek Farm in 1993.