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The drill is part of a statewide mandate for all schools to conduct mass casualty drills.
The CRTC was called the world’s first facility to develop carbon fiber composite scrap materials into products.
In honor of his father’s memory, Klaus Luttgen of Germany is riding his bike from Vancouver, B.C., to San Francisco this month, handing out medals to interesting people.
No charges are expected because no crime was committed, a police officer said.
Low levels are present in the city’s five wells.
Both counties followed the lead of the state Department of Natural Resources, which reduced campfire restrictions on state lands west of the Cascade Mountains on Thursday.
Washington State Ferries urges passengers to arrive early and prepared.
Members have worked to gather supplies and food, train residents for an emergency and reduce risks in and around Joyce.
Weather conditions have made it difficult to recover the body, rangers said.
Four of Sequim’s award-winning professional artists will be featured.
The monthly self-guided tour will take visitors on a journey through local art venues.
Today is half-price day at the Port Angeles sale. On Saturday, sale items will cost a buck a bag.
Events taking place across the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.
Entertainment news items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
Activities will include black-powder shoots, primitive archery, a dutch oven cooking competition, scrimshaw, music, storytelling and children’s activities.
It will take an estimated four to six weeks to complete the project, officials said.
Religion comes on the scene to bring the part back into a proper relationship with the larger whole.
The talks will take place next week at the Forks, Port Angeles and Sequim libraries.
The atmospheric sciences professor ignores certainty in favor of obfuscation.
The 49ers quarterback could choose to help instead of refusing to stand for the national anthem.