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unnamed (2) Native Perspectives: 2- and 4-year degrees at PC & Evergreen for Fall 2016 - Please check out these exciting opportunities at Peninsula College!   Peninsula College offers a special Associate in Arts degree which is inclusive of Native perspectives. With a unique set of courses particularly relevant to tribal communities, this program can prepare students...
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octopus800 Unearthed from “Unearthed” Blog - The following post is published on a local blog entitled:  Port Angeles Unearthed. Port Angeles: A No Account Town   Let’s start with a headline from today, and work backwards from that, shall we? (After all, Port Angeles is so...
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octopus800 She lied, and got away with it - All politics are local–and should be handled locally One can have an opinion about something that happens.  One cannot have an opinion about IF something happened or not.  These are called delusions or hallucinations. The recent Assistant Attorney General’s opinion...
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unnamed (1) Democratic National Convention Watch Party - Monday thru Thursday, July 25 – 28, from 4:00 to 8:00 pm    Calling All Democrats!   The Clallam County Democrats’ Headquarters will be open and live streaming the Democratic National Convention every day, prime time – Monday thru Thursday,...
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octopus800 Trump trumped: ghost-writer tells all - Reprinted from The New Yorker under Fair Use Doctrine as educational..   Donald Trump’s Ghostwriter Tells All “The Art of the Deal” made America see Trump as a charmer with an unfailing knack for business. Tony Schwartz helped create that...
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octopus800 Sign Ordinance for Port Angeles - 17.95.170 – Political signs. Temporary political signs associated with an election are exempt from the City’s zoning regulations until 15 days after the election, provided said signs, when placed in residential zones, do not exceed 32 inches in height and...
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1 (1) Burn Ban, What Burn Ban? -   PORT ANGELES – Despite the County Fire Marshal’s announcement June 30, 2016 that outdoor burning restrictions are in place effective July 1, people continue to burn debris piles. Since July 1 of this year, Clallam 2 Fire-Rescue has responded...
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octopus800 LTE: Cell Towers over Residences - Letter to the editor from Diane Hood, Sequim Radio/Cell Tower’s in Residential Neighborhoods We are strongly opposed to radio or cell towers being located in residential neighborhoodsThe recent decision by the Clallam County Hearing Examiner, William Payne to approve a...
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octopus800 An avoidable death - The Death of Port Angeles? by Marolee Smith Around the time I moved to Port Angeles there was a flurry of glowing articles about how Detroit was posed for a comeback. The summer of 1995, an article in the City...
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octopus800 AG takes a pass on prosecution of Kidd - Scott Marlow of the Attorney General’s office posted a letter to County Prosecutor Mark Nichols informing him their office would not prosecute Deputy Mayor, Cherie Kidd for perjury. In a three page letter, available soon on this site, the AG’s...
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octopus800 Half-Million Dollar Letter - The following letter, written by Scott Lange, back in 1997 warned the county of what was happening out in Clallam Bay.  Had the county taken this letter seriously back then the taxpayers would not now be paying out $500,000 to...
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octopus800 The kids aren’t alright by Eulalia - The Kids Aren’t Alright By Eulalia Engle The Fourth of July happens to be my birthday.  This year there was a gathering of friends at my house to celebrate Independence, from the Womb and Britain.  The day was fantastic.  We...
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octopus800 Post Mortem on Lange Saga by Scott Lange - As I previously advised, Bill Peach, Mary Ellen Winborn and Trish Holden were receptive to listening to what I felt the County should have learned from the Cebelak matter.  In the interest of adding more clarity for the public I’m...
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octopus800 Lessons learned in Elwha River Restoration - Reprinted under Fair Use Doctrine as educational.   Lessons of the Elwha River: Managing Health Hazards during Dam Removal   Wendee Nicole Freelance science writer and photographer Wendee Nicole (formerly Holtcamp) has written for Nature, Scientific American, National Wildlife, and...
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octopus800 Funding Lange Settlement by Scott Lange - (Editor’s Note: Port O Call reached out to Scott Lange, plaintiff in the recent lawsuit Lange v Clallam County.  It started out as a land use/property rights issue and morphed into a civil rights and public records act violation when...
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