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9780231164467[1] The Man That Built The Sierra Club - Please Join us for a fascinating piece of history   THE MAN THAT BUILT THE SIERRA CLUB by ROBERT WYSS     FRIDAY    JUNE 15, 2017     7 PM Port Townsend Library    1220 Lawrence Street & SATURDAY...
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Say-no-to-pollution[1] We don’t need no stinking fossil fuel - Free Fuel for a Million Miles!   by Tyler   Yes, “Free fuel for a Million Miles” is one of the selling points for the new “zero emissions” truck being offered by Nikola Motor Company. And, the fuel itself is...
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octopus800 The Future is Now - A look into a future that will be upon us relatively shortly   I don’t know if this is scary or wonderful. Now this gives everyone something to think about and to discuss with kids of all ages.    ~The FUTURE...
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unnamed Clallam County Democrats Greet and Eat Tonight - Friends and Fellow Democrats, Are you concerned about the future of our democracy? Do you want to take some action, but don’t know where to start?  Please join other Clallam County Democrats for an evening of energizing conversation, good cheer, and...
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Raymond_Carver City Council to Proclaim May 25th as Raymond Carver Day - PORT ANGELES, Washington (May 12, 2017) – May 25th will henceforth be “Raymond Carver Day” in Port Angeles. The mayor and City Council will announce that the internationally-renowned writer and poet, Raymond Carver, born on May 25th, will be honored...
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Simply Blue by Karen Rozbicki Stringer Blue Whole Gallery celebrates its 20th Anniversary - On June 14, 1997, the Blue Whole Gallery, an artists’ co-op with 26 members opened its doors.  What started as “an experiment in excellence, a fine art gallery of professional artists pursuing creative originality” has continued and thrived to this...
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John Merton Marrs Affordable Health Care: a local concern by Dr. John Marrs -     Health care is at the top of my political agenda, and I mean health care for all — not the patchwork job the Republican Party has been creating for the sake of tax cuts for their wealthy sponsors. Health...
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LTE LTE: Scott Lange takes aim at “sleazy” county government - The following is a letter to the editor from Scott Lange.  Readers may remember Lange as the victor in a 20 year lawsuit against Clallam County for a violation of a Land Use Act and later a violations of the...
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424157_406530552706738_1253968461_n[1] St. Andrews Place Meets Funding Goal to Renovate Kitchen - St. Andrews Place, at 520 E. Park Avenue in Port Angeles is one of the best run assisted living centers imaginable.  Their dedicated staff care for more than 40 full time residents at the center behind St. Andrews Episcopal Church...
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octopus800 Was it only 2 years ago? - A blast from the past courtesy of Port Angeles Unearthed.  Some of the campaign issues from two years ago are current today. The goal of this repost is to motivate good citizens to become good candidates for the many good...
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Mark Nichols in office (2) Scott Lange implores County Commissioners: Investigate Prosecuting Attorney’s Office - (Scott Lange, a taxpayer from Clallam Bay, sends this letter to the county commissioners suggesting they initiate an investigation of the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to determine if the county is liable for other expensive lawsuits such as the ones uncovered...
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casting-a-vote[1] Where The People Get To Vote On Everything. by Tyler - Over the last number of years, residents of Port Angeles have witnessed a series of actions taken by their elected representatives that clearly go against the wishes of the people these politicians asked to be elected by. Long-time residents will...
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clallam Candidate Filing Opens Next Week - Clallam County residents seeking to run for elected office have multiple ways to file for candidacy during Candidate Filing Week, held May 15-19. Prospective candidates may file online via the Clallam County Elections website at www.clallam.net/elections. Online filing begins at...
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mill-pond-village Redeveloping the Rayonier Property–it can happen, here’s proof - Port Angeles has the Rayonier Property, a property almost identical to the Mill Pond Project successfully re-developend in Astoria, Oregon, a town about half the size of Port Angeles.  Here is how they turned a “brownfield” clean-up site into a...
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octopus800 Letter to local candidates from Melanie Greer - A Letter to Clallam County Candidates By Melanie Greer On April 29, 600 people came out in the rain on a chilly day to express their desire to see climate change taken seriously on the Olympic Peninsula. This was not...
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