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Lyndon B. Johnson was deragotory about minorities but signed into law the Civil Rights Act. Should he not have been president?
She’s right on her proposed measures for education, equal pay and immigration reform.
To those who listen to his venom-filled comments on the election supposedly being rigged, please let democracy work, not runaway hatred and suspicion.
The rise in conspiracies and the rantings of Donald Trump are in direct proportion to the travesty of a system.
Acoustic Eidolon is set to perform at the Port Ludlow Bay Club.
NEWS BRIEFS: University of Washington’s professor talk on carbon emissions, I-732 moved to Oct. 28 … and other items
News items on the North Olympic Peninsula.
Woody Bernas will perform 17th and 18th century classical music at Trinity United Methodist Church.
Alexander Technique is a body and mind educational method that works with balance, breathing and movement.
Solar Roadways has developed glass panels that is says could generate three times the U.S.’s energy needs if used to replace all roads.
The store on U.S. Highway 101 will host birds of prey from Discovery Bay Wild Bird Rescue, including an owl named Gandalf.
The Ajax Cafe is looking to overhaul its septic system after Jefferson County ordered the restaurant to close so it could do just that.
The Y’s “soft opening” is this Monday, with a grand opening set for Oct. 30.
The Carlsborg sewer project is entering its next phase, and is still set for April completion.
Unemployment figures for Washington have gone down.
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
The Jefferson Museum of Art & History will host an opening reception tonight for “Printed Word in Port Townsend: Literary Presses of the 1970s and ’80s.”
Tsunami sirens will sound for three minutes during Thursday’s global earthquake drill, while events will take place across the region.
Following on the heels of three other homes floated in on barges from Victoria, B.C., a fourth one from Mt. Vernon made its way through Port Townsend on Tuesday.
“It was a little more horsepower than this boat could handle, and the steering wasn’t there,” the boat owner said.
Voting continues until 8 p.m. Nov. 8.