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Tribe eyes replacing damaged trestle

The preliminary designs have yet to include the full range of concepts to be considered during the design process, but the preferred 750-foot bridge sought to replace the damaged trestle in Railroad Bridge Park is more fish and river-friendly with only two steel pilings. - Submitted graphic
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Design contract for new bridge is awarded, under way

 

Community Events, May 2015

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Take online school facilities survey; Lodge residents help WAG; Feiro sets summer hours; Rainbow Assembly to install officers, more

Police Blotter - May 19-25, 2015

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Reports regarding recent criminal activity in the Sequim area.

Local roads to see extra patrolling

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This year’s annual statewide “Click It or Ticket” campaign takes place through May 31. During these dates, motorists in Washington can expect to see extra seat belt patrols, which include an emphasis on children who are not properly restrained.

Area men sentenced in child rape cases

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Nicholas Lippert of Port Angeles was sentenced Thursday, May 14, on charges of rape of a child in the first degree following a guilty plea last October.

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