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Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.
Meetings across the county.
Activities will include volunteer projects and healthy events.
Hearing the story of a friend’s mother’s experiences in the nursing home inspired writer to make lists of her own.
The judge said county work crews violated the constitutional rights of at least a half-dozen homeless residents when they threw out their belongings during sweeps.
We’ll be watching out for our neighbors, who were harassed by someone who clearly doesn’t reflect the values we love.
I fear its two-year break will lead money intended for it to eventually be spent elsewhere.
George Vrable equating the League of Women Voters with a racist, right-wing faction is not someone I want representing me.
He’s able to intelligently handle a wide array of information and taken into account other points of view.
NEWS BRIEFS: Free training in drug impairment detection offered in Port Angeles this Wednesday … and other items
News events on the North Olympic Peninsula.
A slate of events is planned leading up to the Friday night game against North Mason and the Saturday night dance.
The state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board said Thursday it’s paying more than $1 million to buy new equipment and hire two full-time workers to conduct the tests.
Emmett D. Treichel, 77, had suffered an unspecified medical emergency and was hurt in the head-on collision.
Washington State Patrol reported that the driver of one vehicle suffered a medical emergency and crossed the center line.
Go2OpenLive.com, a Port Angeles website that compiles information on venues and musicians, will benefit from a fundraising concert Saturday.
Steven Chester Pope is sentenced to more than 23 years in prison and lifelong community custody.
According to project board member Jane Bird, the latest project has a much smaller footprint, larger setbacks and is significantly less money than the previous plan.
Boulders, rebar could present barrier in future if not removed, park says.
The cleanup of the 19-acre site at 439 Marine Drive ended up costing $7,007,738.98, about $200,000 less than expected.