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PORT ANGELES — The piano that filled the downtown streets of Port Angeles with music last summer is getting a makeover before it returns. A… Continue reading
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“Stand for the Second” is a student-driven movement organizing walkouts at high schools across the U.S.
A sheriff’s helicopter flew him to the hospital after he was rescued on Saturday.
Animal rights organizations oppose killing non-relocated goats, but officials say it will be a last resort.
Former double agent Naveed Jamali gives us an inside look at the life of a spy.
Protecting renters and homebuyers using Social Security, housing subsidies to pay rent
After that date, interest charges and penalties will be added to the tax bill.
The record is the result of several strategies, including partnering with cafes and pet stores to make it easier to adopt cats.
There is more than $3 million in grant funding available in 2018 for projects that target flood-risk reduction.
The week of April 8-14 is “National Library Week.”
The committee helps the County Council and executive make decisions on open space acquisition or preservation.
The county executive announced a series of changes and reforms to increase services and make regional government work better.
The president says he wants them. Tech companies say they want them. So why are some of the region’s most talented workers waiting a lifetime to gain citizenship.
The change makes Washington the 14th state to extend free speech protections to student journalists.
Supreme Court hears on California law that differs from county’s recently-adopted board of health regulation
Gov. Inslee signs bill expanding ABCD program for developmentally disabled kids
How a common need for dry land, an unconventional perspective on property rights, and 25 tons of cement brought a community of skateboarders together in Renton.
Columnist Marcus Harrison Green tells us about a troubling rift and the resulting rebirth in the local arm of the social movement.
Meet JoAnna McKee, a persistent voice in the ear of wary politicians who didn’t believe that marijuana was medicine. Until they met JoAnna, that is.