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Second Weekend Art Event to feature live music, local art in Port Angeles

Second Weekend Art Event to feature live music, local art in Port Angeles

The monthly Second Weekend Art Event in Port Angeles, founded about 10 years ago, hits the streets this weekend with live music, artists showcased.

Second Weekend Art Event to feature live music, local art in Port Angeles
U.S. government won’t reclassify marijuana, allows research

U.S. government won’t reclassify marijuana, allows research

The Obama administration isn’t removing marijuana from the list of most dangerous drugs.

U.S. government won’t reclassify marijuana, allows research

State Supreme Court justices to visit Jefferson County on Friday

Chief Justice Barbara Madsen and Justice Mary Yu will present a session on key state Supreme Court decisions.

Sequim’s Keying Around pianos sold at auction

Sequim’s Keying Around pianos sold at auction

The pianos sold for $500 and $600 each.

Sequim’s Keying Around pianos sold at auction

West End entrepreneurs in final round of sustainable small-business competition

The finalists will present their ideas to a panel of judges in mid-September, and the winners will be announced in October.

Lawsuit: State does too little for developmentally disabled

Filing alleges that the state’s failure to place the developmentally disabled in the living arrangements they seek violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.

LETTER: Fluoridation vote made for ‘a sad day’ in Port Angeles

Alleged bullying and threats may have led the City Council to stop water fluoridation.

LETTER: Park playground volunteer story shows what’s right about Port Angeles

The Mabrey family is working hard to save a valuable neighborhood asset.

University of Washington regents accused of violating state transparency law

Lawsuit cites email exchanges between university officials that indicate the board picked the school’s president before taking a public vote.

Scientists are asking the public to watch out for European green crabs in the Strait of Juan de Fuca and in Puget Sound. The Washington Sea Grant crab team has been monitoring for the invasive crab and hasn’t found any. (Washington Sea Grant)

Coast is clear: European green crabs absent from Strait of Juan de Fuca — so far

Scientists and members of the public are on the lookout for the invasive species.

Scientists are asking the public to watch out for European green crabs in the Strait of Juan de Fuca and in Puget Sound. The Washington Sea Grant crab team has been monitoring for the invasive crab and hasn’t found any. (Washington Sea Grant)

New trial dates expected for man accused of attack on Port Angeles bus

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.

Candidates for 24th District state Senate seat clash on minimum wage

Candidates for 24th District state Senate seat clash on minimum wage

Kevin Van De Wege said he supports statewide Initiative 1433, while Danille Turissini is against it.

Candidates for 24th District state Senate seat clash on minimum wage
Port of Port Angeles facilities called instrumental to a Cascadia earthquake response

Port of Port Angeles facilities called instrumental to a Cascadia earthquake response

Port facilities will be important resources when bridges become impassable, electronic communications and electric generation go silent, and schools are severely damaged.

Port of Port Angeles facilities called instrumental to a Cascadia earthquake response
Sequim doll collector leaves behind legacy of love to benefit veterans

Sequim doll collector leaves behind legacy of love to benefit veterans

Longtime friend of Marilyn Andrus to see to woman’s wishes with sale on Aug. 13 in Port Angeles

Sequim doll collector leaves behind legacy of love to benefit veterans
Sequim police chief talks about changing attitudes toward police

Sequim police chief talks about changing attitudes toward police

Bill Dickinson tells Sequim Chamber meeting he’s seen even local attitudes toward law enforcement shift in recent months.

Sequim police chief talks about changing attitudes toward police

Farmers markets to celebrate on the Peninsula this Saturday

Adults and children are invited to help local farmers markets recognize National Farmers Market Week.

Tickets on sale now for Harvest Dinner on Sept. 10 in Sequim

Tickets on sale now for Harvest Dinner on Sept. 10 in Sequim

Chefs at Pacific Pantry will prepare a meal with ingredients from within 100 miles of the city for the 17th annual event.

Tickets on sale now for Harvest Dinner on Sept. 10 in Sequim