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High school poetry will be celebrated at an April 10 Poetry Slam, and entries are being accepted now.
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The musical story starts out stern and dark, according to the Belarusian pianist, but from there, we're swept up and away.
One man was arrested and two sentenced in connection with Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team cases involving methamphetamine drugs.
The city has inked an agreement and work plan with the Port Angeles Downtown Association that specifies how a $20,000 business and occupation tax contribution from the city will be spent this year.
Preparation for the show must go on. But where? The Port Angeles Light Opera Association, the 33-year-old nonprofit theater company known as PALOA, is about to put its center up for sale.
Traffic will be detoured around the Lauridsen Boulevard bridge area Friday for an improvement near the $4.5 million span under construction now.
Clallam County has received a dual-purpose grant from the state Department of Ecology to pave the muddy recycle drop-box area at the Blue Mountain Transfer Station and to develop the Master Gardeners' organics program.
Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES - The 10th annual International Women's Day celebration, an evening of homemade soups, bread, cookies, wine and conversation, is open to the public at Olympic Cellars on Wednesday.
The Port Angeles High School Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps was the overall winner for the Northwest Drill & Rifle Meet at Bethel High School last weekend.
Gordy's Pizza & Pasta owner Randy Sexton is anticipating a business-as-usual Wednesday evening after Fox TV representatives assured him he won't see a rerun of last Wednesday's deluge of calls from "American Idol" fans.
Ken O'Hollaren, interim Port of Port Angeles executive director, was roundly praised at a special port commission meeting Tuesday at which public feedback was sought on hiring him to the permanent executive director position.
Artists 18 and older have a chance this month to take workshops in clay, paper and other materials with a sculptor, ceramist and printmaker visiting from across the Puget Sound region.
Genre-bending writer Judith Kitchen will give a free reading at Wine on the Waterfront, the venue inside The Landing mall, this Tuesday night.
The United Way of Clallam County, which has reached 86 percent of its fundraising goal, will thank volunteers and donors at a campaign awards celebration appetizer reception Thursday.
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