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While hikes and drives uncover a beautiful palette of colors, they are the result of a wonder of science.
LMN Architects of Seattle will conduct a pre-design study and report on the construction of a performing and fine arts facility downtown.
This particular draft has summaries of revenue and expenses across the entire organization.
“We’re keeping a very close eye on it and we have electronic monitoring on it,” an official said. “It is safe as long as it is open to the public.”
And other meetings across the county.
The new 50,000-square-foot building will host a new emergency room, medical short-stay areas — including cancer treatment units — and more space for specialty clinicians.
Clallam’s transportation program manager says several projects in the Discovery Bay area are about to prep for construction.
The road to the Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center is expected to reopen with one-lane traffic past a slide area next month.
Investigators are still awaiting the results of an autopsy.
The City Council will receive a briefing on the plan at today’s meeting at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 540 Water St.
“Releasing any personal information about the veterans and their families could be detrimental and have a catastrophic effect on the current program,” said the veterans association president.
The counties’ election offices are bracing for a busy few weeks as the Nov. 8 voting cutoff date approaches.
The Littlejohns have contributed $100,000, which will go toward a cancer center expansion.
Johnsmith will perform songs from his 7th album, The Longing Road.
Daniel Champagne will perform as part of the ongoing Concert in the Woods series.
Centrum will enter the first 300 people to complete 2017 registrations into a drawing for one free workshop in 2018.
And other events and activities throughout the North Olympic Peninsula.
Gubernatorial candidates clash on issues of economy, the death penalty and where they see Washington heading.
Chorus members will don aprons to serve pie and beverages, then perform.
Scares and tours in Port Townsend and Forks will continue through Halloween.