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Strong smells and long hours don't deter local 4-H and Future Farmers of America members.
Seven Sequim-Dungeness Valley irrigation districts and companies have agreed on a water conservation plan to address Dungeness River stream flows seen only once every 20 years.
For years, when it came to comforting those in need, Cliff Robinson was ready. A nurse by trade, he served as hospice nurse from 1994 to 2000, giving medical attention to those with terminal illnesses and a respite to their families.
"If you have a doctor, be happy that you have a doctor."
Something is better than nothing, Cynthia Martin says.
Between Friday, Aug. 14, Monday, and Sept. 7, extra DUI patrols will traverse Clallam County roadways in search of impaired drivers.
The Olympic Peninsula already meets one of two criteria for a drought declaration and, if irrigators are forced to ration their water, it will meet the second.
From refuse to resource, Clallam County builders are trying to transform trash, if not into treasure then into usable building materials.
"Art is a language," says Susan Martin Spar.
An Aug. 25 "meet and greet" for the public and a full day of interviews is being arranged for the five city manager finalists, City Attorney Craig Ritchie told the council at its Monday meeting.
Sunlight streaking through the trees lit up a bright idea for volunteers at the Dungeness River Audubon Center.
Sunday's high temperature of 89 degrees broke the previous record of 85 degrees set in 1952, and near-record highs over the past 10 days sent Sequim residents out to buy bags of ice, fans and kiddie pools.
Monthly electric rates could increase as much as 7 percent in October for Clallam County Public Utility District customers, said Commissioner Hugh Haffner.