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Events abound across the North Olympic Peninsula.
The screenings, provided by the Sequim Valley Lions, are free and open to all.
It’s natural to have high hopes for World Youth Day, but when they are exceeded, it’s humbling.
Applications are due Sept. 1. The board will consider applications Sept. 21.
Entry will be $18 at the door of the Sequim club, with proceeds benefiting projects.
The performances are free with park admission.
The home features a variety of perennials and annuals.
The monthly Second Weekend Art Event in Port Angeles, founded about 10 years ago, hits the streets this weekend with live music, artists showcased.
The Obama administration isn’t removing marijuana from the list of most dangerous drugs.
Chief Justice Barbara Madsen and Justice Mary Yu will present a session on key state Supreme Court decisions.
The pianos sold for $500 and $600 each.
The finalists will present their ideas to a panel of judges in mid-September, and the winners will be announced in October.
Filing alleges that the state’s failure to place the developmentally disabled in the living arrangements they seek violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Alleged bullying and threats may have led the City Council to stop water fluoridation.
The Mabrey family is working hard to save a valuable neighborhood asset.
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula
Lawsuit cites email exchanges between university officials that indicate the board picked the school’s president before taking a public vote.
Scientists and members of the public are on the lookout for the invasive species.
Riley Edge White posted a $20,000 bail bond July 28, missed a court appearance last Friday, was booked into jail on a $120,000 bench warrant, and released Monday.
Kevin Van De Wege said he supports statewide Initiative 1433, while Danille Turissini is against it.