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The district discovered a pattern showing a steady climb in the number of emergency responses and a spike in the average age rate in the area.
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City staff say despite a projected increase in utility rates, Clallam County continues to remain very competitive with rates in other parts of the country.
EDITOR'S NOTE The surname of George Drake, line operations manager for the city of Port Angeles utility department, has been corrected.
Clallam County's Public Works Department appeared at Monday's commissioner work session to advise the commissioners of a biennial grant program that provides a savings to Clallam County when certain roads are in need of repair.
This logging truck was destroyed by fire shortly after midnight Monday in Port Angeles.
A low ropes adventure course will encourage youth to take healthy risks while building confidence and self-esteem, a Clallam County prevention specialist said Monday.
Cole Tate, 7, of Sequim, a member of the Sidekicks 4-H Club, right, shows off his ribbons to Lamb Chops 4-H Club member Zoey Van Gordon, 6, of Port Angeles, during judging in the small animal ring at the Clallam County Fair.
Drivers on state Highway 112 will experience delays from Tuesday through Thursday, Aug. 28, while crews improve the roadway.
The Clallam County League of Women Voters will sponsor a debate between the incumbent and challenger for a 24th Legislative District seat today.
A Port Angeles man is expected to be arraigned this coming Friday on criminal charges for allegedly pointing a small loaded handgun at three boys outside his home last week.
The Port Angeles City Council will consider changes in the way utility customers pay when they meet Tuesday.
THERE'S SO MUCH to see at both North Olympic Peninsula county fairs this month, so the possibilities you have with our online County Fair Photo Contest are virtually endless.
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE of free outdoor music on the North Olympic Peninsula continues with: PORT TOWNSEND SUMMER BAND - Saturday, 11 a.m. during the Uptown Fair on the Port Townsend Community Center lawn at Tyler and Lawrence streets.
Abby Schroeder, 11, of Sequim, a member of the Rascals 4-H Club, hoses down her Angus heifer outside the cattle barn at the Clallam County Fairgrounds in Port Angeles on Wednesday.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 07:25 am
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