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The measure on a carbon tax would help deter burning fossil fuels, the main contributor to climate change.
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula
Students will need to be able to give input to the board and tell peers about board’s actions.
Two locals bring home big prize from Las Vegas event.
Fancy hats are a hallmark of the annual event.
Not even pedestrians or bicyclists can use the road past the park entry at Madison Falls.
Festival continues today at City Pier, rain or shine.
Because your garden should reflect the best aspects of your tastes.
With fall in the air, birds are on the move, including mountain bluebirds and Townsend’s solitaires.
Exact times of the closures Monday and Tuesday will depend on work progress.
Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.
Mark Harvey laments the changes that life brings.
Members of the Clallam County 4-H team earned awards at the Washington State Fair last month.
The GOP has spent close to $80 million investigating the Clintons and coming up with nothing.
Her policies encourage illegal immigrants and refugees to take our jobs for a lower wage while illegally benefiting from the system.
The Republican presidential nominee loses in the Electoral College race as opposed to the popular vote and will refuse to concede a loss to Hillary Clinton.
The measure would, according to some, produce a greater benefit and offset any costs rather than living the minimum wage $7.25 an hour.
We need to send a message on Election Day that this potential avoidance of paying taxes for nearly two decades is unacceptable and untenable.
These candidates will bring the Constitution and checks and balances back to the fore at the state high court as opposed to partisanship.
News events across the North Olympic Peninsula.