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Past commissioners have been negligent in getting a Tri-Area sewer project to break ground.
One recent example: The Bible says marriage between same sexes is an abomination, yet the Supreme Court recently make it the rule of the land.
Washington voters have rejected personal income tax-related measures at the statewide ballot several times over the past eight decades. Now voters in the… Continue reading
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Ballots coming in for Nov. 8 general election
And other events and activities throughout the North Olympic Peninsula.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers estimates that the repairs on the 300-foot-long section of the protective jetty will be finished in about three weeks.
“We’re in the fourth year and a four-year levy with $2 million,” one school board member said. “That means we’ve done everything pretty cost-effectively.”
The $6 million renovation of Building 202 at Fort Worden State Park broke ground last year and is a significant upgrade over the college’s old location.
Serenity House’s Viola Ware walks with Port Angeles Police Sgt. Jason Viada to places where people are known to camp to ensure they know the services available.
The 35- to 40-foot-tall Douglas fir would start sparkling with 10,000 lights on Nov. 26 and shine until just after New Year’s Day.
The opens at 7:30 p.m. tonight and will run for three weekends through Nov. 13.
Scary events and tours will take place along with many family-friendly parties and activities from Chimacum and Brinnon to Forks.
Daniel James Brown will make two appearances in Port Angeles on Saturday.
Entertainment news items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
Mt. Everest climbers Jim Whittaker and his son, Leif, will talk of their lives and exploits.
This performance is the first of five in the 2016-2017 Port Townsend Chamber Music Series organized by the Centrum Foundation.