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Talk will be in Forks on Friday night.
The board chooses a $9.1 million replacement educational programs and operations levy.
Traffic slowdowns are expected in the area of Front Street and Marine Drive.
Gov. Inslee’s executive order on preventing opioid addiction and overdose deaths is praised by local leaders.
The order calls for efforts to prevent overdose deaths, including expanding access to naloxone, a medication used to counter overdose effects.
The Lower Elwha Klallam, Makah, Quileute and Jamestown S’Klallam tribes presented the retiring senator with gifts as he received a lifetime achievement award.
Pro side says removing big money from politics will even the playing field. Opponents worry about limiting First Amendment.
Event will raise money for cancer centers.
Hillary Clinton is far and above the more honest and hard-working of the two.
The measure on a carbon tax would help deter burning fossil fuels, the main contributor to climate change.
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula
Students will need to be able to give input to the board and tell peers about board’s actions.
Two locals bring home big prize from Las Vegas event.
Fancy hats are a hallmark of the annual event.
Not even pedestrians or bicyclists can use the road past the park entry at Madison Falls.
Festival continues today at City Pier, rain or shine.
Because your garden should reflect the best aspects of your tastes.
With fall in the air, birds are on the move, including mountain bluebirds and Townsend’s solitaires.
Exact times of the closures Monday and Tuesday will depend on work progress.
Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.