Bill Bentley has a word for staffers when he talks to them about the Washington state budget crisis, potential program and staffing cuts, and the rather gloomy economic outlook Sequim schools face in early 2009.
Prevention Works! A Community Coalition of Clallam County will meet from 4-5:30 p.m. Monday in the lower level of Olympic Medical Center to discuss state and federal legislation related to the prevention of child abuse and neglect, substance abuse, and violence.
When the Olympic Medical Center's board of commissioners meets tonight to vote on adopting Initiative 1000, or the "Death with Dignity" law, they probably will hear from both sides of the debate, although neither side is saying so explicitly.
Olympic National Forest is soliciting proposals for Title II projects to be implemented in 2009 and 2010. Title II projects must provide a direct or indirect benefit to resources on national forest lands.
The Clallam County Sheriff's Office announced the husband of a missing Sequim woman found her Monday in a garage near their home after he and officials searched the North Olympic Peninsula for two days.
The Sequim Valley Lions Club recently built a wheelchair accessible ramp for Lyle Strand, a 90-year-old Sequim resident. Five men worked two days on the ramp. Local club president Arndt Lorenzen said the request came from Lennart Anderssen, a former Lions Club member, who also helped with the project.
Dozens of Sequim Valley residents lined up last week to tell state planners they are not trusted, their science is lacking and a pending water management rule will do nothing but cause problems for the citizens in the area.
Quite possibly the youngest conservation district supervisor elected in the state, Mike Wiley Jr. hopes to bring a youthful voice to the group that encourages the local, nonregulatory conservation of natural resources.
Peninsula College will observe Black History Month Feb. 26-27 with a series of special events that include classroom visits by a civil rights activist, the screening of two documentary civil rights films and a special noontime lecture on civil rights and the modern day.
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