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octopus800 Interesting letter to the editor in re port commissioner race - Editor’s Note:  This is a comment coming in on one of our stories online.  It is in response to Doc Robinson’s column promoting the port’s composite recycling project which is penciled in to cost taxpayers up to ten million dollars....
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Selinda smiles I Know Why the Commissioners Blinked by Selinda Barkhuis, WSBA 24139, County Treasurer - OK, I think I know why they blinked. I don’t claim to have first-hand knowledge of what happened during the June 30 executive session that preceded the open business meeting where the County Commissioners unanimously decided to “rescind the grants”...
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canada thistle Noxious Weeds Have Had It - Former Clallam County Community Development Director Sheila Roark-Miller was appointed July 21 to the County’s Noxious Weed Control Board. Roark-Miller and Fred Grant were appointed by a vote of the Clallam County Board of Commissioners, although they hesitated at the...
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octopus800 Our Problem with Drugs by Tyler - Locally, a group of well-intentioned people have been meeting to find ways to address the area’s substance abuse issues. Following a number of highly publicized events, people in Port Angeles want to identify ways to curtail the damages being done by illicit drug...
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Serenity Squqre Sequim Serenity House: Asset Rich, Mission Poor Opinion by Dale Wilson - Serenity House, an organization dedicated to ending homelessness was started in the early ‘80’s. Since that time it has amassed real estate assets reported at $7.5 million dollars. You would not know that from the endless news articles explaining their...
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octopus800 What is Our Future? by Tyler - “While Detroit lacks the glory of its auto industry boom days, it has transformed into something different — a comeback city that’s seizing its second chance. “ That is the closing sentence in a recent New York Daily News article....
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icon_66074-1024x1024 Community TV Gains Momentum by Tyler - With more than four organizational meetings under its belt, the group working to bring community access television and live streaming of local events to everyday reality on the Olympic Peninsula is gaining momentum. Peninsula Area Public Access, or PAPA, elected...
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politics Pol-i-tics: The Art of Influencing Others by John Merton Marrs - Clallam County Board of Commissioners Chair Jim McEntire responded to former commissioner Mike Doherty’s latest criticisms July 21 by saying that the State Auditor will investigate and “that will be that.” Well, that — meaning the state auditor’s office consideration...
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Warning-Sign The Fight for Life: Part I by Dr. Ralph Smith -   I urge everyone to learn the early warning signs of a stroke I returned from my three day business trip totally exhausted. The highlights of the trip included visiting my daughter, Hilliary and Kademan, my son in law. My...
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octopus800 Charter Review Report by John Merton Marrs - The Clallam County Charter Review Commission, as of July 20, will place nine measures on the November 3 General Election ballot to amend the county’s home-rule charter — including asking the voters once again to decide if the county’s Director...
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People walk along a cracked road in Iquique, northern Chile, on April 2, 2014 a day after a powerful 8.2-magnitude earthquake hit off Chile's Pacific coast. An 8.2-magnitude earthquake hit Chile late Tuesday, killing at least six people and generating tsunami waves that might ripple as far as Indonesia. AFP PHOTO / ALDO SOLIMANO        (Photo credit should read Aldo Solimano/AFP/Getty Images) Preparing for the Big One: the Cascadia Earthquake by Ron Cameron, Under Sheriff. - The Cascadia Event was an earthquake that occurred along the Cascadia subduction zone in 1700 and is expected to happen again. It is a huge subject and we want to address everything we can in our preparations. Power outages, slides,...
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octopus800 The debate to end all debates! by Doc Robinson, candidate for commissioner, Port of Port Angeles -   So anyway, the League of Women voters held political debates recently so the people could see their candidates. About twelve people attended. The PDN could not be bothered to cover it. The League did not film it for you...
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Pet Posse: Missing Pet Alerts.

Addiechihuahua. Addie, 1 year old black female Chihuahua. - MISSING: From area of W. 12th and N. Streets since 7:45 this evening (7/29/15). Addie, 1 year old black female Chihuahua.   If you see her she has a light blue collar with a link bone tag. The tag has...
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SBartzdog Missing deaf dog - Deaf female dog missing from area of Peabody and Park Streets.  Went missing shortly after midnight 7/24/15.  Dog is not wearing her collar/tags.   No microchip yet.  Dog will respond to the command “come” by using hand motion moving toward the...
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Port O Call Pet Adoption Notices.

serinity Renny - Renny is a 6 year old rat terrier mix. She is spayed and up to date on her shots.  She is a happy, funny girl that loves to play in the water.  She would make a great family pet with...
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moochie Moochie - Moochie is 2 years old, spayed, and up to date on her shots.  She is a sweet lovable poly-dactyl cat (many toes),and is good with older children.  She needs to be an inside only cat. For information on Moochie and how...
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FullSizeRender Mary - This is Mary. She is a year old and as adorable as can be and great with kids. She must be an inside only cat.  She is up to date with her shots and spayed. For information on Mary and how...
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renny Pitch - This is little Pitch. He is an 8 week old, cute playful kitten. He must be an indoor cat only. For information on Pitch and how to adopt, contact Best Friends Pet Care at 1004 west 16th st port angeles....
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