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The longtime educator is a 1961 graduate of Port Angeles High School and lives at Lake Sutherland with her husband.
A regatta will be held Saturday in support of Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County.
With the weather turning quickly to fall, enjoy a warming soup.
Kenn Sugg, 44, died of a heart attack while hiking in Olympic National Park last year.
The Finley Creek Bridge on Quinault North Shore Road and Graves Creek Road will be closed for repairs this month.
The sessions, both from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m., will take place Sept. 20 and 27.
Sine Tveit, 41, was described as a Sequim-area transient who had camped nearby.
The new team starts play in Port Angeles next June.
All festival activities are centered around the Northwest Maritime Center at 431 Water St.
Since neighbors found out about Stolli’s death, an outpouring of support has come about.
The state and the group that’s suing it are grappling over whether the state has complied with the McCleary decision.
No agreement could be reached on a recommendation from an ethics board to verbally admonish Cherie Kidd for abruptly adjourning a meeting.
Commissioners voted to approve the after hearing concerns from East Sequim Bay Road residents over a proposed 32,000-square-foot bed-and-breakfast.
The scenic trail will be shut from the Lyre River trailhead to the McFee Tunnel for the next phase of improvements.
This weekend’s downtown fair to feature artists from all over the Pacific Northwest.
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.