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octopus800 May I Suggest… - Local governments agree on a plan to impound water somewhere for a not-so-rainy day. (Visited 6 times, 3 visits today)
octopus800 Getting through to city council–good luck - Who has the “ear” of city council?  Overpaid staff and high dollar consultants. Opinion by Dale Wilson Port O Call attempts to bring important matters before the city council.  One is the ambulance switcheroo deal the city has worked out...
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octopus800 County Treasurer applies brakes to McEntire spending spree -  Showdown a’ coming Opinion by Dale Wilson   County Treasurer, Selinda Barkhuis will let Superior Court decide on the legality of recent grants made by county commission before she will release $1,278,000 in taxpayer funds. What’s up with the county...
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octopus800 Press release – Online Survey Ending May 31 - DEADLINE FAST APPROACHING FOR CITY OF PORT ANGELES’ RESIDNETS TO PARTICIPATE IN ONLINE SURVEY ABOUT THE FUTURE OF LOCAL CABLE SERVICES It’s not too late to take a few minutes to shape the future of how we communicate with each...
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octopus800 Wake-up Call - “We find it easier to admire physical bravery than moral courage.” Indeed, the growing failure of American leaders — political, nonprofit, academic, philanthropic, journalistic and corporate — to display more than an iota of moral and political courage is leading...
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octopus800 Working to keep you ignorant (Updated with video) - Editor’s Note:I hope you will want to email city council when you finish this article.  Also be sure  to watch the video of the city council discussion.  Phil Lusk attempts to frighten the council away from providing public access channel...
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octopus800 Olympic National Park Obstruction Point Road Open Three Miles to Waterhole - The first three miles of the eight-mile long Obstruction Point Road is open. The road is clear of snow and has been graded as far as Waterhole. Visitors are advised that there is limited parking at Waterhole and asked to...
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octopus800 Clallam County League of Women Voters events in June - Clallam County Charter Review Commission is holding another set of public hearings in June.  What is the County Charter and why do we have it?  The Clallam County League of Women Voters will help explain by holding informative sessions before...
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octopus800 Letter to the Editor - Mr. Dale Wilson Publisher, Port 0 Call (Port Angeles) PO Box 817 Port Angeles, WA 98362 May 10, 2015 Dear Sirs: We have been consulted by Mr. Stan Meyers, Attorney at Law (hereinafter referred to as “Our Client”), in relation...
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lineup to signup Candidates galore - Brian Frazier of Carlsborg signs up at Election Central seeking to unseat County Commissioner Jim McEntire Candidates Dan Bateham and Marolee Smith complete their registration for Port Angeles City Council seats as Elections Supervisor Ken Hugoniot looks on.  Bateham is...
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Brian best pic Brian Frazier Seeks to retire McEntire - For Immediate Release:  Bryan Frazier Announces Candidacy for Clallam County Commissioner District 1 Bryan Frazier 30 resident of rural Carlsborg filed today to run for the position of Clallam County Commissioner-District 1. Bryan is running for County Commissioner because he...
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Pet Posse: Missing Pet Alerts.

AussieBlueHeeler51520 Found dog, brought to pet posse - Concerned citizen found and brought what appears to be a Australian Cattle Dog – Blue Heeler (Catahoula) mix to Pet Posse.   He is not neutered. Grey-Black color with red collar. Found up around W. 14th and O Street of...
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Brindle hound Found Brindle hound - Found in area of Gasman Road. Wandered up to concerned citizen’s house heading west. Intact mail. Big red collar. Nice dog. Dog will be   brought to Pet Posse in early morning 5/14/2015,  360-775-5154 (Visited 20 times, 1 visits today)
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