Following a two-week hearing, Clallam County Superior Court Judge Kenneth Williams rejected on Friday, April 16, Sequim-resident Darold R.J. Stenson’s allegations that the state withheld evidence at his trial 16 years ago.
Clallam County Commissioner Steve Tharinger today, Thursday, April 15, expressed surprise and regret at the retirement of Rep. Lynn Kessler, arguably the Olympic Peninsula’s most powerful state legislator.
Blue Mountain Animal Clinic employees celebrate the third anniversary of ownership under Dr. Sharon Jensen, who took over the clinic in April 2007, with a pet food drive for Peninsula Friends of Animals that continues through April.
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