The City of Port Angeles has notified AMI it is out of compliance in its contract to install Smart Meters within the city. Intends to continue with the smart meter program anyway.
News has just reached Port O’ Call News, Trooper Travis Beebe, the trooper responsible for the 3-car pile-up on Black Friday, injuring 9 people, is back on patrol in Clallam County according to informed sources.
Dozens of sign-carrying protesters braved the cold in front of the Clallam County Courthouse protesting Beebe’s bizarre driving habits.
UPDATE: Trooper Travis Beebe has recently been transferred to Jefferson County.
The Clallam County Commission will consider a new ordinance forcing all solid waste generated in the county to be trucked to Port Angeles Transfer Station
Brian Kuh agreed to act for one year as president of the chamber. Two years later they finally bid him adieu. Brian is joined by his family for the outgoing honors. Pictured with Brian are wife; Sarah and Auburn fans Liam, Brendan and Harrison
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