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To those who believe in “The Donald,” I suggest shaking the sand out of your ears.
The Metta Room will host the funk-soul group from Reno, Nev.
The 15th annual Bear Creek Chili Cook-Off and Potluck will be this Saturday at the Hungry Bear Cafe west of the Bear Creek Bridge on U.S. Highway 101.
Hand-crafted, natural fruit wines can now be found at PA farmers market.
Sequim resident Ingrid Nixon is headed to the 44th annual National Storytelling Festival this October in Jonesborough, Tenn.
Riley Edge White is being held in the Clallam County jail on $150,000 bond following an alleged attack Aug. 27 that injured a woman who rented a room at his residence.
Information is to be mailed as soon as possible to an estimated 1.5 million people who created customer profiles in the state license system before July 2006.
Every Kid in a Park gives students, and those accompanying them, free access to park areas — including Olympic National Park.
The Olympic Natural Resources Center will host a mobile planetarium Saturday, and on Sept. 13, a talk will be given on ocean acidification and algal blooms.
The 39-foot clinic on wheels travels the state providing services to children in need of dental care.
Police say that one man was left with a stab wound to his leg after a fight in the city.
The biggest contrast is seen in Washington where the amount of damage this year is a fraction of that from each of the past two years.
The Republican presidential candidate simply wants black people to take their lives back.
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula
The last session will focus on self-care with Debby Smith and Rev. Maggie Bourne-Raiswell.
His opponent, Randy Johnson, would, as a former Rayonier employee, have too much power over county timberland.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunt using GPS-enabled devices.
Repeat after me: “Summer is not over.”
The weekend-long celebration will showcase artisans, craftsmen and local and regional beers and wines.
Readers share their memories of Lincoln School, including what teachers they had.