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Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunt using GPS-enabled devices.
Repeat after me: “Summer is not over.”
Their whispering, attire and nonstop conversations are fonts of mystery.
Business items on the North Olympic Peninsula.
“It may be well-intended, but it may be difficult if not impossible to define what profanity is,” the mayor said.
Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.
County meetings this week.
No one else was hurt, East Jefferson Fire-Rescue said.
“We’re just trying to gather people together in the same spirit that created the festival,” one organizer said.
Dewey Ehling died Aug. 7 of pneumonia at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle at the age of 87.
The purchase allows the district to rotate current units into reserve, reducing the mileage and wear on the other units and extending the life cycle of those units, officials said.
The name was chosen for a new nonprofit corporation that will ultimately own and operate the center near the city’s waterfront and downtown core, officials announced.
One brother’s death reaffirmed the other’s need to share his story during a rally and walk in Port Angeles.
Ian Mackay rode to Portland, Ore., to underscore the need for accessible trails.
Born with spina bifida, Rebecca Stebler gets gift of mobility thanks to local efforts.
“We haven’t referred the case yet because we can’t say positively that we have the right two people,” the police chief said.
The drill is part of a statewide mandate for all schools to conduct mass casualty drills.
Both counties followed the lead of the state Department of Natural Resources, which reduced campfire restrictions on state lands west of the Cascade Mountains on Thursday.
Washington State Ferries urges passengers to arrive early and prepared.