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The trees are costly to maintain, could create electrical issues, have ruined the sidewalk and have created a tripping hazard, an official said.
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula
The 61 miles of sales will begin at Laird’s Corner on U.S. Highway 101 and stretch along the length of state Highway 112 to Neah Bay.
Admission is free to this weekend’s event.
Forever Twilight festivities continue through Sunday, with highlights including a Vampire Habitat Walk through the Hoh Rain Forest today.
United Way will host volunteer projects in Port Angeles and Sequim,
The instruments will be used and auctioned in a fundraiser for the foundation.
The Monday events will take place at the Clallam Bay and Forks libraries.
The COASST training provides volunteers with the tools to monitor for potential changes in the marine environment and promote stewardship of local marine resources.
“Tomorrow Together” is the theme of several events offered by the Interfaith Community to provide opportunities for positive interfaith experiences.
His defense attorney said he had not yet received the results of a psychological examination.
Montana woman, found dead near Spokane International Airport, contacted family after her abduction.
Caught on surveillance video, the 2014 encounter with the girl, who is black, drew outrage.
And other events on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.
Both Luke and Samuel did so, and I hope returning pupils can as well.
Despite a recent column on the “misplaced faith” of homeownership, buying a home is a sound investment.
Steven Chester Pope of Port Angeles pleaded guilty in June.
Gardeners will present information about composting and winter gardening in the Pacific Northwest.
The monthly art weekend features works by local artists at various locations around Port Angeles.
The two presentations will take place this Saturday.