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Events across the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.
Cry out for help and watch your Father show you his love as he supplies you his miracles.
Jeff’s leadership, teammwork and willingness to listen to others’ perspectives will get my vote.
News events on the North Olympic Peninsula.
Putting the Spotlight on domestic violence: Brothers Four take the stage to raise money for Dove House
Port Townsend concert Saturday night will help raise awareness and funds for domestic violence prevention and support services.
Musical series continues this weekend with Ryan Ayers.
To qualify the veteran must have been honorably discharged, unemployed for more than 30 days and hired into a full-time position held for at least six months.
Neither the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office nor the county prosecuting attorney would release the names of those involved in the two-vehicle collision.
The group of community members works to strengthen the link between the department and the community and to identify problems and solutions.
Recent tests on Port Townsend’s reservoirs have discovered some blue-green algae.
It’s the first time in state history that two GOP candidates have advanced to the general election in a statewide office race.
Among the agencies involved in the drill with the U.S. Coast Guard and local responders were the Canadian Coast Guard and Joint Rescue Coordination Center Victoria.
News items on the North Olympic Peninsula.
One-hour traffic delays are expected beginning today.
Grant Street Elementary is expected to open in 2018.
Tuesday’s event was also meant to thank Clayton White, who soon will retire as campground host and maintenance manager at Quilcene Community Park and Lake Leland.
Court records detail a history post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorder and depression.
News items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
Once you get your hunting rifle sighted in, keep it locked up far away from loved ones and hunting buddies.
Scientists are exposing crab larvae to acidic seawater to understand how ocean changes might affect the lucrative fishery.