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Three of the four band members of Joy in Mudville were ill, an organizer said.
Formerly the Lazy Moon Craft Tavern, the New Moon in Port Angeles will feature beer, cider and wine — and the same staff.
Republican presidential nominee praises Mexicans as “amazing people” after meeting with the country’s president, Enrique Pena Nieto.
A recent letter writer mischaracterized his not supporting Port Angeles city water fluoridation.
Implant and periodontal practice sites in two North Olympic Peninsula cities have a new owner.
The Republican presidential candidate’s visit to Everett is marked by both supporters and protesters.
The PUD issued a Stage 2 alert which will continue until Morse Creek’s flow increases.
“It seemed like a fun way to educate people on what comes in on our coastline and repurpose a negative into a fun positive,” one organizer said.
Randy Johnson and Ron Richards outline their positions on Initiative 732 at an election forum.
The schedule for the road repairs will be announced in the coming weeks.
“We feel like we need a two-year break to get really good at our processes and to be able to support that work,” the executive director said.
Originally, the plan had 18 initiatives — too many for the port’s level of staffing and requirements of ongoing operations, a port official said.
The waters were closed to recreational water use because of high levels of high concentrations of enterococcus bacteria.
The three-day Port Angeles event will feature local beers and wines starting Sept. 23.
Master Gardeners to talk about harvesting pumpkins and winter squash, season extenders and putting the garden to bed.
With the more fortunate given a voice, where does that leave anyone who can’t afford to spend millions?
The free forum will be at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 14.
News events across the North Olympic Peninsula.
Multitudes of happy tourists fished the Hoh this summer totally unaware they were breaking the law.
The free presentation will be from noon to 1 p.m.