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Abney Park is more than just a steampunk band.
A presentation by Bruce Lippke of the University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences was rescheduled from Oct. 14
Susan Kieffer will present Saturday on the topic of geologic nozzles and what they have in common with rapids on the Colorado River.
I have personally witnessed how verbal abuse and hateful words can cause deep, unseen wounds that leave lifelong scars.
The state Senate candidate is running for you, not against her opponent.
We need to make it crystal clear that only following the party line is unacceptable and divisive.
His well-rounded accomplishments and empathy are unparalleled. I urge voters to vote for him.
Starting next year, I-732 would place a $15-per-ton tax on fossil fuels and provide $1,500 for low-income working families.
Just look at recent stories in the Peninsula Daily News and Chicago Tribune.
But Hillary Clinton and I are quite different in how we do that.
It’s indicative of the press’ handling of global warming, too.
Trump’s scorched-earth campaign is an extension of the Republican Party’s strategy over the past decade of obstructionism.
It’s impossible to balance the federal budget with cumulative trade deficits of $9 trillion as a drag on the economy.
News items on the North Olympic Peninsula.
Mujeres de Maíz is an organization based in Sequim which supports education for young women in Chiapas, Mexico.
Sequim uses low-interest loans for water and sewer repairs.
Writers on the Spit organize Fourth Friday readings every month in Sequim.
Lincoln High, Stevens Middle schools go into lockdown as police respond to report of gun in Port Angeles
When police arrived, they detained a suspect without incident and found no weapon.
Crescent School in Joyce and Blue Heron Middle School in Port Townsend each earned a $4,000 grant.
Voting continues until 8 p.m. Nov. 8.