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Through slimy, stinky and clunky conditions, fifth-graders Dallas Allen, Morgan King, Grant Witherell and Alexander Mittmann go through their school's main hall each day collecting plastic recyclables and compostable materials for the school's worm bins.
Guest opinion, Roy F. Wilson
Clallam County has been chosen to receive $24,621 to supplement emergency food and shelter and utility assistance programs in the county.
The Clallam County board of commissioners in March approved $98,000 in distributions to local nonprofit agencies for human services and prevention programs.
With more than 80 volunteer and career firefighters, Clallam County Fire District 3 always is searching for more efficient and effective training equipment.
Prevention Works! works. Started in 1998 with six members, today the Prevention Works! coalition of more than 250 parents, teachers, nonprofit agencies, medical and law enforcement personnel, governmental agencies and other citizens works to end child abuse and neglect, substance abuse and violence.
There is no denying the Olympic Peninsula is full of talent. Many authors make their homes here and they draw inspiration and ideas from the scenery, people and spiritual life. Three authors, one from Sequim and two from Port Angeles, recently published books about Christian faith.
Step into the enchanted world of Broadway's modern classic.
This part of Spring Fling, the Dungeness River Center's 2009 fundraiser, has taken on a life of its own. They call it the "Bearded Biker Challenge."
Bill Ransom will read from his newest collection of poetry and prose at Peninsula College's Foothills Writers Series at noon Tuesday, May 12, in the Little Theater at Peninsula College,
Recently, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano published an assessment of right-wing extremism in radicalization and recruitment. Am I truly the person Secretary Napolitano finds me to be?
Public access to Anderson Lake in Jefferson County is closed again due to the presence of toxic algae.
The editor and staff of Tidepools 2009, Peninsula College's art and literary magazine, have announced the winners of the 2009 contest. This year's judges selected from more than 300 writing entries and 150 art entries.
The long-awaited Elwha River dams removal and river restoration project - originally planned for 2006 - now will begin one year earlier than the 2012 target date due to federal stimulus funding
Adults and children can dine with characters from Disney's "Beauty and the Beast."