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By a two-vote margin, Steve Martin will be joining Kristina Mayer on the Nov. 5 general election ballot for the Director District 3 board seat in the Chimacum School District. more
On the advice of its architects, The Quilcene School District is investigating the possibility of replacing its elementary school building, but before it does anything, it wants to hear from the community first at six public meetings around the school district. more
For years, Chimacum Middle School students attended “Eagle Days” to get ready for upcoming school years, whereas Chimacum High School students went to “Cowboy Days” for the same purpose. more
The autopsy of an 84-year-old woman, whose decayed corpse was found in her home where her son had been living, showed she died of natural causes. more
They almost made it. After three years circumnavigating North America in the 55-foot heavy yawl “Bertie,” Peter Bailey and Heidi Snyder were about 12 hours away from New York City, just off the Jersey Shore. more
The intersection of state Route 104 and Paradise Bay and Shine roads is getting a roundabout, regardless of the entirely negative commentary by members of the public who contributed verbal and written input to an open house prior to the Labor Day weekend. more
For downtown businesses, August brings some of their biggest profit-making weekends, as tourists bounce from shop to shop, buying trinkets, clothes, candy and more. more
At this moment, wooden boat fanatics from near and far are shining their bowsprits in preparation for the biggest event of the year: the 2019 Wooden Boat Festival. more
Summer is the time for backyard barbecues, not backyard whale decomposition. But for veterinarian Stefanie Worwag and her husband, retired police officer Mario Rivera, documenting the process as the flesh slowly melted off the corpse of a gray whale over three months was the perfect summer activity. more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District (PUD) is not only looking to make it more convenient for its customers to connect to solar power, but it also aims to capitalize upon its own solar project as an educational opportunity. more
Olympic Neighbors has finished tallying the funds raised from its fourth annual Summer Bash Aug. 18, and Program Coordinator Claudia Coppola is proud to report it generated more than $23,000. more
The Port Townsend Main Street Program invites the community to Room A of the Fort Worden Commons on Sept. 11 at 5:30 p.m. to explore how the arts could be an economic engine for a more sustainable economy in Port Townsend. more
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