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PORT ANGELES — The time line for the Rayonier cleanup has been pushed back by another year. The state Department of Ecology is now requiring Rayonier Inc. to have a cleanup plan for its former mill site finished in December 2014 rather than the end of 2013. The cause is both the long-delayed release of Ecology’s Port Angeles Harbor pollution study and a two-month extension of its public comment period, said Rebecca Lawson, regional manager for Ecology’s

toxics cleanup program. The $1.5 million study, released last month, was initially expected to be finished in 2009, a year after samples were taken. That was delayed due to disagreements with Ecology’s contractor over the extent of the study, Lawson said. Ecology has long been criticized for the slow-moving Rayonier cleanup effort. “I know some people think this just keeps going on forever,� Lawson acknowledged. “This [the harbor study] is a significant body of work.�

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Toddler, 2, dies in fire Investigators focus on wood stove

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DIAMOND POINT — Investigators suspect that a wood stove caused a fire that killed a 2-yearold boy Friday, but it may take a week or more to know for sure. “We’re going to be real meticulous,� said Patrick Young, spokesman for Sequim-based Clallam County Fire District No. 3. Clallam County Sheriff ’s Office investigators on late Friday afternoon uncovered the remains of the unidentified boy who died in a fast-moving mobile home fire. The fire seriously injured the boy’s father, Jeff Bellis, who was JEFF CHEW (3)/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS airlifted from nearby Diamond Fire and sheriff’s investigators use GPS technology to map the Diamond Point mobile Point Airport to Harborview home destroyed by a fire that killed a 2-year-old boy. Medical Center in Seattle for treatment of burns and smoke will be considered, Young said. race at Diamond Point. inhalation. Young said every corner of the They were unhurt, Young said. mobile home would be examined The older woman and the Condition upgraded for the fire’s cause. 4-year-old were not identified. By Saturday, he had been A 9-1-1 emergency call came The Sheriff’s Office referred upgraded from critical to serious all comment to the fire district, in about 11 a.m. Friday reporting condition at Harborview. which isn’t releasing names at heavy smoke in the older-model double-wide mobile home. The child’s mother, Heather the request of the family. When firefighters arrived, The stove will be the focus of Bellis, his grandmother and a 4-year-old brother escaped the the investigation, but all poten- Young said, “there was fire comsmoky blaze at 121 Blue Ice Ter- tial causes, including electrical, ing out of every opening of the building.� “It sounds as though they [the family members] were either awakened or found heavy smoke conditions in the home,� he said. “It’s possible there was a confusion issue,� Young said, explaining how families can be disoriented and separated during Julie McGuire, right, of the smoky fires. Olympic Peninsula's With Fire District No. 3’s entire American Red Cross battalion responding to the blaze, chapter comforts the boy’s it was quickly beaten down, leav- mother, Heather Bellis. ing a heap of blackened rubble. Investigators and firefighters American Red Cross were called tried to remove smoldering debris in to help family members left by hand to enable them to search homeless. for the missing toddler, but later They were relocated to a called in an excavator to remove nearby mobile home that Young the largest section of the mobile said belonged to others in the Investigators watch as the roof of the destroyed mobile home’s metal roof. family. home is removed so they can resume the grim search Representatives of the Olymfor the remains of the child's body. TURN TO FIRE/A5 pic Peninsula Chapter of the

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NEAH BAY — Internet voting will end at 9 p.m. Monday in a contest in which Neah Bay High School and Markishtum Middle School are a finalist for a prize of $100,000 in technology. As one of 12 finalists in Samsung’s second annual Solve for Tomorrow contest — a $1 million science and technology contest for teachers and students across the United States — students in Neah Bay already are assured of receiving $70,000 in technology and software. A team of students and teachers were named finalists because of a student documentary project that brings together technology, filmmaking and environmental efforts. Neah Bay students documented part of the restoration of Tatoosh Island, a sacred Makah island off Cape Flattery that is heavily polluted by diesel fuel from years of government use of the island. The project uses mushrooms to clean diesel fuel-contaminated soil on the island.

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tific riches enough to fill a hundred years of exploration,” Cameron said in an earlier statement. Cameron, who has been an oceanography enthusiast since childhood, has made 72 deep-sea submersible dives, including 33 to the Titanic, the subject of his 1997 blockbuster. A 3-D version of “Titanic” comes out April 4, timed to the 100th anniversary of the ship’s sinking.

Cameron plans record ocean dive A CALM JAMES Cameron has broken his own record with the world’s deepest solo submarine dive, plunging 5.1 miles in the Pacific Ocean near Papua New Guinea, the filmmaker said Thursday. But that’s nothing. Later this month, he said, he plans to descend to the deepest place on Cameron Earth. Cameron is aiming to plunge to the bottom of Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench of the Pacific Ocean, 200 miles southwest of Guam. It’s 6.8 miles deep. Humans have been there only once before when a two-man U.S. Navy team went for just 20 minutes in 1960. The “Avatar” and “Titanic” filmmaker said he wasn’t frightened when he dove nearly that far in a

Trespasser Oklahoma authorities said they’re searching for a suspected trespasser after a burning vehicle was found practice run Wednesday near the home of country that lasted 3.5 hours on the singer Garth Brooks in bottom. Claremore, Okla. Later, he acknowledged Tulsa television station that the bone-crushing KOTV reported that one of pressure at 5 miles and 7 Brooks’ neighbors reported miles deep “is in the back of the fire Thursday morning. your mind.” Police said the burning Cameron is using a one- Chrysler SUV had been man, 12-ton lime green sub reported stolen Wednesday. that he helped design The Sheriff’s Office said called Deepsea Challenger. that when it responded to He is partnering with the the fire, deputies saw a National Geographic Sociman running across Brooks’ ety, where he is an explorer- property. in-residence. A deputy said authori“The deep trenches are ties set up a perimeter the last unexplored frontier around Brooks’ property to on our planet, with scientry to locate the man.

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PETER BERGMAN, 72, a founding member of the surrealist comedy troupe Firesign Theater, whose albums became cult favorites among college students in the late 1960s and ’70s for a brand of sly, multilayered satire so dense it seemed riddled with non-sequiturs until the second, third or 30th listening, died Friday in Santa Monica, Calif. The cause was complications of leukemia, said Jeff Abraham, a spokesman for the group. Mr. Bergman hosted an all-night radio call-in show on KPFK in Los Angeles beginning in 1966, “Radio Free Oz,” which served as the testing ground for the high-spirited Firesign sensibility. Phil Austin and David Ossman, two other founders of the four-man group, were the producer and director of the show; the fourth founder, Phil Proctor, was a frequent guest. Mr. Bergman and his friends recorded their first album, “Waiting for the Electrician or Someone Like Him,” in 1968, followed the next year by “How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You’re

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Not Anywhere at All?” By 1970, their mordant humor and their mastery of stereophonic recording techniques had made them to their generation of 20-somethings what Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are to today’s (if Mr. Colbert and Mr. Stewart had a weakness for literary wordplay, psychedelic references and jokes about the Counter-Reformation).

_________ ROBERT TEMPLE AYRES, 98, the set illustrator whose burning Ponderosa map opened TV’s long-running Western series “Bonanza,” has died in California. His daughter, Sharon Richards, said he died of heart failure Feb. 25 at his home in Riverside County. The Los Angeles Times said Mr. Ayres made a final trek to see his artwork at Los Angeles’ Autry National Center of the American West just days before he died. He created the painting at Paramount Studios in 1959. The Ponderosa map was opened each “Bonanza” episode, bursting into flames to reveal the Cart-

wright clan, played by Lorne Greene, Michael Landon, Dan Blocker and Pernell Roberts. Mr. Ayres began his studio career on “Ben-Hur” and worked as a set illustrator on hundreds of films, including “Blue Hawaii” and “The Black Hole.”

_________ JAMES T. “JIMMY” ELLIS, 74, who belted out the refrain “Burn, baby burn!” in a 1970s-era disco hit that’s still replayed in modern sports arenas, has died. David Turner of BassCauthen Funeral Home in Rock Hill, S.C., said the frontman for The Trammps died Thursday at a nursing home in the city. A cause of death was not immediately known. The Trammps released “Disco Inferno” — the song with the popular refrain — in 1976. The song was featured in the iconic movie “Saturday Night Fever,” its soundtrack winning the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1978.

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TODAY IS SUNDAY, March 11, the 71st day of 2012. There are 295 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: ■ On March 11, 2011, a magnitude-9.0 earthquake and resulting tsunami struck Japan’s northeastern coast, a combined disaster that killed nearly 20,000 people and caused grave damage to the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station in the world’s worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl. On this date: ■ In 1810, French Emperor Napoleon I was married by proxy to Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria. ■ In 1861, the Constitution of the Confederate States of America was adopted by the Confederate

Congress in Montgomery, Ala. ■ In 1862, during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln removed Gen. George B. McClellan as general-in-chief of the Union armies, leaving him in command of the Army of the Potomac, a post McClellan also ended up losing. ■ In 1888, the famous Blizzard of ’88 began inundating the northeastern United States, resulting in some 400 deaths. ■ In 1930, former President and Chief Justice William Howard Taft was buried in Arlington National Cemetery. ■ In 1942, as Japanese forces continued to advance in the Pacific during World War II, Gen. Douglas MacArthur left the Philippines for

Australia. MacArthur, who subsequently vowed, “I shall return,” kept that promise more than 2½ years later. ■ In 1965, the Rev. James J. Reeb, a white minister from Boston, died after being beaten by whites during civil rights disturbances in Selma, Ala. ■ In 1977, more than 130 hostages held in Washington, D.C., by Hanafi Muslims were freed after ambassadors from three Islamic nations joined the negotiations. ■ In 1985, Mikhail S. Gorbachev was chosen to succeed the late Soviet President Konstantin U. Chernenko. ■ In 2004, 10 bombs exploded in quick succession across the com-

muter rail network in Madrid, killing 191 people and wounding more than 2,000 in an attack linked to al-Qaida-inspired militants. ■ Ten years ago: Israel lifted Yasser Arafat’s three-month confinement in the West Bank. ■ Five years ago: Newborn Mychael Darthard-Dawodu was found safe in Clovis, N.M., a day after she was abducted from a hospital in Lubbock, Texas. The abductor, Rayshaun Parson, was sentenced to 20 years in prison. ■ One year ago: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed a measure to eliminate most union rights for public employees, a proposal that had provoked three weeks of loud, relentless protests.


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Briefly: Nation Authorities said that the Rev. James Reilly had burns over 40 percent of his body and was WASHINGTON — President hospitalized in Barack Obama is hitting back critical condiat Republican criticism of his tion. Reilly energy policies and his role in Two controlling gasoline prices. adjunct priests who also live in Obama used his weekly radio the St. Michael’s Church rectory and Internet address Saturday in Palisades Park weren’t to underscore his administrainjured in the blaze, which tion’s work to develop alternabroke out around 1 a.m. Saturtive energy sources and increase day. fuel efficiency. Officials say Reilly, who is in “I’m going to keep doing his early 70s and has health everything I can to help you issues, was sleeping when the save money on gas, both right fire started. now and in the future,” Obama The cause of the fire remains said. under investigation. “I hope politicians from both sides of the aisle join me.” New shows’ lineups In the Republican weekly WASHINGTON — Guest lineups for address, North Dakota Gov. today’s TV news shows: Jack Dalrymple accused the ■ ABC’s “This Week” — Sens. Obama administration of block- Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Lindsey ing projects and technology that Graham, R-S.C. ■ NBC’s “Meet the Press” — would allow greater energy proRepublican presidential candidate Rick duction. Santorum; Govs. Bob McDonnell, R-Va., He singled out the Keystone and Martin O’Malley, D-Md.; Rep. MarXL pipeline project, which sha Blackburn, R-Tenn. ■ CBS’s “Face the Nation” — Obama deferred.

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Priest burned PALISADES PARK, N.J. — The longtime pastor of a Roman Catholic church in northern New Jersey has been seriously burned in a fire at the church rectory.

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich; Robert Gibbs, adviser to President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign. ■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Gingrich; Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.

Tokyo admits stifling nuclear plant disaster THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TOKYO — Just four hours after a tsunami swept into the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Japan’s leaders knew the damage was so severe that the reactors could melt down. But they kept their knowledge secret for months. Five days into the crisis, thenPrime Minister Naoto Kan voiced his fears that it could turn worse than Chernobyl. The revelations were in documents released Friday, two days before the first anniversary of the disaster.

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The minutes of the govern- Mourners offer prayers for the victims of the 2011 ment’s crisis management meet- earthquake and tsunami on “Hiyori Yama,” or Weather ings from March 11 — the day the Hill, on Saturday. earthquake and tsunami struck — until late December were not recorded and had to be reconstructed retroactively. They illustrate the confusion, lack of information, delayed

response and miscommunication among government, affected towns and plant officials, as some ministers expressed the sense that nobody was in charge when

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Briefly: World Syria assaults foes while diplomacy fails BEIRUT — Syria launched a long-anticipated assault to crush the opposition in the rebellious north Saturday, bombarding its main city with tank shells from all sides and clashing with rebel fighters struggling to hold back an invasion. President Bashar Assad rejected any immediate negotiations with the opposition, striking a further blow to already staggering Assad international efforts for talks for an end to the conflict. Assad told U.N. envoy Kofi Annan that a political solution is impossible as long as “terrorist groups” threaten the country. The opposition’s political leadership has also rejected dialogue, saying talk is impossible after a yearlong crackdown that the U.N. estimates has killed more than 7,500 people. That makes it likely that the conflict will continue to edge toward civil war.

mediate a cease-fire, Palestinians fired more than 100 rockets, some striking major cities in southern Israel and seriously wounding an Israeli civilian. The military responded with more than a dozen airstrikes and the targeted killings of Palestinian militants from various Gaza organizations. Israel’s lauded Iron Dome missile defense system intercepted more than 25 projectiles. Still, residents were told to stay close to home, and the cities of Beersheba, Ashdod and Ashkelon called off school for today.

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ATHENS, Greece — Greece’s private creditors have agreed to take cents on the euro in the biggest debt writedown in history, paving the way for an enormous second bailout for the country to keep Europe’s economy from being dragged further into chaos. Greece would have risked defaulting on its debt in two weeks without the agreement, sparking turmoil in the markets and sending shock Papademos waves through the other 16 countries that use the euro. More Gaza strikes Prime Minister Lucas GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Papademos called the deal — Israel pounded Gaza for the sec- which shaves some 105 billion ond day in a row Saturday, trad- euros ($138 billion) off Greece’s ing airstrikes and rocket fire 368 billion euro ($487 billion) with Palestinian militants and debt load — an important “hiskilling 15 of them as the deadli- toric success” in a televised est Gaza violence in over a year address to the nation Friday showed no signs of abating. night. The Associated Press Despite Egyptian efforts to

Reminders of the tsunami, including this 330-ton fishing vessel that was flung a half-mile inland, prevail throughout Miyagi Prefecture.

the plant conditions quickly deteriorated. The minutes quoted an unidentified official explaining that cooling functions of the reactors were kept running only by batteries that would last just eight hours. “If temperatures in the reactor cores keep rising beyond eight hours, there is a possibility of meltdown,” the official said during the first meeting, which started about four hours after the magnitude-9.0 earthquake and ensuing tsunami hit the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant, setting off the crisis. Apparently the government tried to play down the severity of the damage. A spokesman for the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency was replaced after he slipped out a possibility of meltdown during a news conference March 12. The plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co., acknowledged a partial meltdown much later, in May.

U.S. nuclear agency orders power plant safety changes THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The Nuclear Regulatory Commission ordered major safety changes for U.S. nuclear power plants Friday, two days before the first anniversary of the quake, tsunami and nuclear crisis in Japan. The orders require U.S. nuclear plants to install or improve venting systems to limit core damage in a serious accident and to install sophisticated equipment to monitor water levels in pools of spent nuclear fuel. The plants also must improve protection of safety equipment installed after the 2001 terrorist attacks and make sure it can handle damage to multiple reactors at the same time. The orders were the first issued by the NRC since the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami that crippled Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant.

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NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko called the new orders “a significant step forward on our postFukushima efforts” and said they Jaczko reflected great effort by NRC staff to produce a comprehensive package within a year of the Japan disaster. Jaczko told reporters earlier this week that he was disappointed the five-member commission was unable to agree on requirements that would force the nuclear industry to make changes within five years of the disaster. U.S. plants must comply with the orders issued Friday by the end of 2016.

Northwest lax SCIENTISTS AND EMERGENCY managers say they fear the public is still unprepared for disaster that is certain to happen in the Northwest. Research indicates that major subduction earthquakes such as the 2011 temblor in Japan have shaken Washington once every 300 to 600 years on average. The last Cascadia Subduction quake occurred 312 years ago. University of Washington seismologist Bill Steele said more evacuation routes, wide roads and vertical tsunami shelters are needed. The Associated Press

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Nation: Santorum wins Kansas’ GOP caucuses

Nation: Oldest nuclear carrier sails for last time

World: Yemenis say U.S. attacked al-Qaida militants

World: Drug lord’s capture ignites ‘narco blockades’

RICK SANTORUM WON the Kansas caucuses in a rout Saturday and Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney showed strength in Wyoming, a weekend prelude to suddenly pivotal Southern showdowns in the week ahead. “Things have an amazing way of working out,” Santorum told supporters in Missouri. He called his showing in Kansas a “comfortable win” that would give him the majority of the 40 delegates at stake. The candidates pointed toward Tuesday’s primaries in Alabama and Mississippi. Polls show a close race in both states.

THE WORLD’S FIRST nuclearpowered aircraft carrier sets sail on its 22nd and final deployment today. The USS Enterprise’s storied 50-year history includes action in several wars, a prominent role in the Cuban missile crisis and service as a spotter ship for John Glenn’s historic orbit of the Earth. The Enterprise, the longest aircraft carrier and oldest in the U.S. fleet, frequently needs repairs because of its age. It leaves Norfolk, Va., today for the Middle East on a seven-month deployment, where it will be on standby in case of conflict with Iran or piracy threats off Somalia.

YEMENI MILITARY OFFICIALS said Saturday that two U.S. airstrikes killed at least 18 al-Qaida-linked militants in an evening attack on a central province that had been partly overrun by the group earlier this year. U.S. Central Command spokesman Army Maj. T.G. Taylor declined to comment on any American role. The U.S. considers the Yemen branch of al-Qaida one of its most dangerous. Residents in Bayda province, where the attack was carried out Friday evening, and a medical official there said 18 militants had been killed. They said al-Qaida quickly buried the bodies.

ARMED GROUPS CONNECTED to a drug cartel commandeered cars, trucks and buses, setting many of them on fire in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Friday in an apparent response to the arrest of a drug lord earlier in the day. At a news conference Friday evening, Jalisco Gov. Emilio Gonzalez said gangs appropriated 25 vehicles in 16 separate fiery incidents – 11 of them in the Guadalajara metropolitan zone. The incidents, known as “narco blockades,” followed a shootout between Mexican soldiers and a drug gang in suburban Zapopan. The leader of the Jalisco New Generation cartel and his second in command were captured.


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World-famous band headed to PA As they have come up the coast through California — playing college towns such as Chico and Santa Cruz — the band has completely found its groove, he added. “This is the most magic I’ve ever seen.� He’s seen a lot recording around the world — yet Johnson is not jaded, judging from his descriptions. “When I heard Titi Tsira, I fell off my chair,� he said, adding that she sounds like South Africa’s Aretha Franklin. And Mhlanga, the Zimbabwean, is “in my opinion the greatest guitarist in the world.�

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PORT ANGELES — Every step of the way, the story sounds implausible. Step one: Filmmaker Mark Johnson of Los Angeles gallivants around the world, recording street musicians playing “Stand by Me,� the Ben E. King classic, to make a video that garners some 38 million views on YouTube. Step two: Johnson records more videos with these musicians, racking up 100 million views as Playing for Change, a band of men and women from Africa, Europe and the Americas, is born. Three: Playing for Change releases a CD and DVD that put the group on the “Today� show, “The Colbert Report� and other news outlets around the world. Four: Playing for Change goes on tour, performs for crowds across the globe and, through the Playing for Change Foundation, raises money to build and run seven music schools in Mali, South Africa, Rwanda and Nepal. Five: Playing for Change says yes to an invitation to Port Angeles for one concert benefiting an organization that shares its goal of bringing people together through music. That’s Johnson’s story, told to the Peninsula Daily News on Friday as he and the band near the end of the West Coast swing of their U.S. tour.

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enjoy refreshments and music by Clark Driese and his band in the adjacent Pirate Union Building, aka the PUB. But this isn’t only a concert. Playing for Change, with its members from three continents and five nations, comes to this corner of North America for what is an altogether different fundraiser for a likeminded organization: the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts. Tickets are $85 — and yes, that’s steep, acknowledged festival Executive Director Dan Maguire. They’re priced high because Saturday’s show is the nonprofit festival’s new annual fundraiser, which Maguire hopes will replace the fall auction. Port Angeles has a slew of benefit auctions every year, so Maguire, who became director right after the 2010 festival, wanted to try something new. And ever since he got this job, Maguire wanted to

bring Playing for Change to town. He saw the band as an eloquent messenger for the Juan de Fuca Festival’s programs, which include not only the Memorial Day weekend cavalcade of concerts, workshops and art shows in downtown Port Angeles, but also concerts in the fall and winter and a summer arts camp for children. Playing for Change tickets aren’t flying out the door, however, and Maguire figures there are at least two reasons: That $85 is a lot of money, and many people don’t recognize the band’s name right off. “But they have probably seen the video,� which is still available at www. PlayingforChange.com, Maguire said. And while the video that broke through was “Stand by Me,� there’s now a galaxy of others. In Brazil, Barcelona, New Orleans, Vancouver, B.C., and many other

receiving a distress signal from the 62-foot fishing boat Lady Cecelia, which has its homeport in Warrenton, Ore. The crews found a debris field about 17 miles west of Leadbetter Point near Willapa Bay. ASTORIA, Ore. — The Port Port Angeles crews have Angeles-based Coast Guard cutter joined in the search, along with a Cuttyhunk and an HH-65 helicop52-foot motor lifeboat from Stater crew from Air Station/Sector tion Cape Disappointment, a secField Office Port Angeles have ond MH-60 helicopter crew from joined a search for four people in Astoria, Ore., and a C-130 search the water near Seaview, Ore. plane crew from Air Station SacAn MH-60 helicopter crew ramento, Calif. from Sector Columbia River along with two 47-foot motor lifeSHS talent show boat crews from Station Grays Harbor and Station Cape DisapSEQUIM — The Sequim High pointment were dispatched after School Talent Show will be held at the high school auditorium, 601 N. Sequim Ave., at 7 p.m. Follow the PDN on Friday and Saturday. Cost is $4 for students, $5 for adults, and $10 for a family. Proceeds from the show will go to the Sequim High School Associated Student Body. FACEBOOK TWITTER Peninsula Daily News Peninsula Daily pendailynews and The Associated Press

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Understand another Amid all of the strife in this world, Johnson believes, Playing for Change is nothing less than evidence that people can, and do, understand one another’s desire for love. The band members, after all, were born in places of great struggle, from the American South to South Africa. As they travel from city to city, Johnson said, their mission is no more complicated than bringing people together and lightening our hearts with song. As for Saturday’s show in Port Angeles, “there’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day,� Johnson quipped. “These opportunities only come so often . . . and it’s important,� he added, “that we celebrate together.� Tickets to Saturday’s Playing for Change benefit for the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts are available at Port Book and News, 104 E. First St., and via www. JFFA.org. More information is available by phoning 360457-5411 or visiting the Juan de Fuca Festival’s Facebook page. Much more information, and numerous music videos are at www.Playingfor Change.com.

Technology, as in laptop computers for production and YouTube for reaching people directly, made the Playing for Change phenomenon possible. But to Johnson’s mind, there is something more basic going on here. He said music — in particular songs about friendship, love and peace — comes straight from the heart of the one who is singing. It speaks to the heart of the listener, no matter the country of origin. “The words they’re singing become an emotion,� Johnson said. “The music helps you get to the sentiment behind the words.� And so political divisions, borders, language differences — Johnson believes the musicians remind us that these are surface things. “When we make these videos, we’re putting ________ together people who are thousands of miles apart. Features Editor Diane Urbani They have never met,� he de la Paz can be reached at 360said of the band members. 417-3550 or at diane.urbani@ “When they watched the peninsuladailynews.com.

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Incumbents on both the Clallam and Jefferson Conservation Districts boards of supervisors who were up for re-election each will serve another three-year term. Because only the incumbents filed for the positions, no polling was held. Districts can cancel elections when only one candidate files for the post. The Jefferson Conservation District was to have had an election last Wednesday, while Clallam’s scheduled election March 19 has been canceled. Elijah “Lige� Christian, who has been a Jefferson district supervisor since February 2002, will continue on the board. He was the only candidate to

ecause only the incumbents filed for the positions, no polling was held. Districts can cancel elections when only one candidate files for the post.

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two years of Ashley Merscher’s three-year elected term. Merscher resigned in January to attend graduate school out of state. Also on the Clallam board, the appointed position currently held by Sequim-area dairy farmer Ben Smith expires this year. He has submitted his application for reappointment. To be considered for appointment, an application must be received by March 31. The form must be sent to the Washington State Conservation Commission, P.O. Box 47721, Olympia, WA 98504-47721. For more information, visit www.clallamcd.org; phone 360452-1912, ext. 5; or go by the office at 1601 E. Front St., Suite A, Port Angeles.

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locales, Johnson has recorded Playing for Change versions of “Gimme Shelter,� “Higher Ground,� “Dock of the Bay,� “Imagine� and “Amazing Grace,� to name a few. In Port Angeles, the band will offer such covers, Johnson promised, plus original songs. The outfit is five vocalists strong, from the white-bearded Grandpa Elliott to wiry Clarence Bekker, who moves like a teenager. Elliott comes from the streets of New Orleans, and Bekker hails from the Netherlands, while singers Titi Tsira and Jason Tamba are South African and Congolese, respectively; guitarist Louis Mhlanga is from Zimbabwe; percussionist-vocalist Mermans Mosengo also is from the Congo. Together with four more Americans — drummer Peter Bunetta, bassist Reggie McBride, keyboardist Tom Canning and lead guitarist Renard Poche — “they are a dream to watch,� Johnson said.



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________ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Editor Jeff Chew can be reached at 360-681-2391 or at jeff.chew@ peninsuladailynews.com. Reporter Tom Callis can be reached at 360-417-3532 or at tom.callis@peninsuladailynews. com.

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“Can we really compete with a suburb of Sacramento or Albany?� asked Principal Ann Renker. Yet hopes remain high that the school’s video will receive one of the four grand prizes that are selected by judges. “We’re hoping that the unique nature of the project would catch the eye of the judges,� Renker said. “Our video compared to the other ones really takes the documentary approach, which is what the grant asked for,� Renker said. “And we have a cultural link that’s different than any of the other groups,� she added. “It’s also different because it’s not what you would consider traditional recycling.�

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pic Peninsula Academy seventh-grader Anna Potter won the junior division honor for her “Copper Swirl Lamp.� The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society recognized four more students with awards for birdthemed art, with the category’s top prize presented to Port Angeles High School senior Megan Perrizo for her ink “Night Life.�

During the show’s opening reception, which was part of the March 2 First Friday Art Walk in downtown Sequim, nearly 500 people visited the Museum & Arts Center, according to MAC spokeswoman Renee Mizar. The complete list of award winners, with photos of the student artists taken during the reception, are at www.SequimArts.org.

The list and photos also can be found, along with more information about other museum exhibits, at www.MacSequim.org.

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SEQUIM — “Butterfly Mustache,� “The Frozen North� and “Tattoo Angel� are a few of the award-winning creations awaiting visitors all month at the Museum & Arts Center, the free exhibition space at 175 W. Cedar St. These images, made by young artists from across Clallam County, are part of the 18th annual Sequim Arts Student Show, which opened March 2 with a public party and presentation of honors. The show, encompassing 128 entries and 79 student artists, is at the MAC through March 31. Museum hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. That “Butterfly Mustache,� an acrylic painting, came from the hands of Patrick Carpenter, a Sequim High School senior who won the Sequim Arts President’s Award for it, while Forks High School senior Eddy Bartley won one of two Sequim Arts Emerging Artist Awards for “The Frozen North,� a graphite drawing. The other Emerging Artist winner is Neah Bay High senior JaDe Shaw for her mixed-media piece “War of Two Worlds.� “Tattoo Angel,� a graphite drawing, won two honors for Sequim Middle School eighth-grader Rebekah Johnston: the Best of Show junior division award and the junior MAC Director’s Award. The senior division Director’s Award was presented to Sequim High senior Blake Bryant for the untitled ceramic piece he entered in the exhibition, while the Best of Show senior division honor went to Sequim High School sophomore Sarah Necco for her acrylic “Self Portrait.� Two other Sequim students won the Sequim Arts President’s Award: Sequim High senior Patrick Carpenter claimed the senior division prize, and Sequim Middle School seventhgrader Jensen Heike won the junior division. The Olympic Driftwood Sculptors club also presented three awards for three-dimensional artwork: First place in the senior division went to homeschooled sophomore Kendra Harvey for her ceramic “Giraffe’s Pride,� and Olym-

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Building relationships focus of college president finalist pus, Duran said. “Community college alumni donations [nationwide] are only about 15 percent less than four-year universities,” she said. Those donations, Duran said, pay for the things that dwindling state funding can no longer cover, including lab materials and equipment. Duran is currently vice president for academic affairs at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs, Iowa. She appeared at public forums in Forks and Port Angeles on Thursday and in Port Townsend on Friday. Iowa Western Community College was founded in 1967 and has an enrollment of about 5,500 students in 84 vocational, technical and arts and sciences transfer programs.

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19-year-old allegedly stole $40,000 in residence’s safe BY TOM CALLIS PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — A 19-year-old Port Angeles man alleged to have stolen $40,000 in a home burglary will be tried May 7 in Clallam County Superior Court. Blake M. Stensland pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of residential burglary, theft of a firearm and first-degree theft. The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office said Stensland and a juvenile, whose name is not published because of his age, broke into a home Feb. 28 on Shamrock Lane, 5.5 miles east of Port Angeles The cash was kept in a small safe they allegedly hauled out of the home in a wheelbarrow.

What else safe contained The safe also contained a rifle, jewelry, a large knife and a chain saw. Stensland allegedly used between $15,000 and $16,000 of the stolen cash to buy a car in Seattle. The juvenile was released from Clallam County Juvenile Detention on bail, said Chief Criminal Deputy Ron Cameron on Saturday. It was unclear if he has been charged. Stensland remained in Clallam County jail Saturday. He was released from jail on personal recognizance Feb. 16 after being arrested the day before for investigation of a separate charge of residential burglary. According to court documents, Stensland allegedly stole a video game system, controllers and games from a Port Angeles home.

________ Reporter Tom Callis can be reached at 360-417-3532 or at tom.callis@peninsuladailynews.com.

PORT ANGELES — Strong ties with alumni, local business leaders and state and federal lawmakers to offer students the best education possible would be a major focus for Dorothy J. Duran if she were selected to be the next president of Peninsula College. “The most important thing is building relationships,” Duran, 54, told about 15 people at a Port Angeles public forum Thursday. She was the last of four finalists for the post to be featured at public forums in Port Angeles, Forks and Port Townsend. Brinton Sprague, a retired community college leader now living in Port Ludlow, has served as interim president since Tom Keegan left after 10 years to lead Skagit Valley College. Peninsula College trustees hope to name Keegan’s successor Tuesday, March 20, when they will open the regular session at 2 p.m. in the Cornaby Center, Room A-12, following a noon executive session on the Peninsula College main campus at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd. in Port Angeles.

Duran said she entered the community college world as a financial aid counselor with the intent of returning to her roots as an elementary school teacher. Students came to Duran with their problems and struggles, outlining the reasons why college wasn’t working for them. Listening to their problems, she realized that what was actually happening wasn’t always the same as the staff’s perception of the problem, she said. “I wanted to be in a position to do something about it,” she said.

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Highway fully open NEAH BAY — A slide that had blocked at least one lane of state Highway 112 outside Neah Bay for

more than two weeks was fully removed last week. The road was cleared Thursday afternoon after a slide of between 3,500 and 4,000 cubic yards of mud and debris covered both lanes of the road south of Rasmussen Creek on Feb. 22. One lane was opened at the end of that week. State Department of Transportation crews have worked since then to open the remaining lane. State Highway 112 connects Neah Bay with Sekiu and other points east. The 100-foot slide ripped up several hundred feet of guardrail, shattering the posts and making a new shoulder for Highway 112.

Winterkill event PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend Library, 1220 Lawrence St., will host “Winterkill: A Writer’s Perspective” with local author and editor Adrianne Harun at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Harun will incorporate 30 years of writing and 20 years of editing skills into a review of Winterkill, the 2012 Community Read book. A group discussion will follow Harun’s presentation. For more information, phone 360-385-1381. Peninsula Daily News and The Associated Press


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Sekiu man, 46, charged with oxycodone sale BY ROB OLLIKAINEN PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — A 46-year-old Sekiu man was charged last week with 10 felony drug and weapons crimes after he allegedly sold oxycodone to an Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team informant. James G. “Chipper” Rode will be arraigned in Clallam County Superior Court on Friday on five counts of delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a designated school bus stop, possession of methamphetamine, possession of heroin and three counts of unlawful possession of a firearm. He was charged in Clallam County Superior Court on Wednesday. He had posted $10,000 bail Tuesday. Rode was arrested March 2 after OPNET detectives developed probable cause for the arrest in a cooperative investigation among several agencies, OPNET Narcotics Team Supervisor Jason Viada said.

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________ Reporter Rob Ollikainen can be reached at 360-417-3537 or at rob. ollikainen@peninsuladailynews. com.

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OLYMPIA — Officers with the Olympia Police Department and the Thurston County SWAT Team have arrested a 34-year-old man accused of stabbing a judge and shooting a sheriff’s deputy in a struggle at the Grays Harbor County Courthouse in Montesano. The arrest ended a manhunt that spanned two counties. Grays Harbor County Undersheriff Rick Scott said Steven Daniel Kravetz was taken into custody without incident Saturday afternoon by authorities in Olympia. He was arrested at a home in the 300 block of Division Street in Olympia, The Olympian said. Olympia Police Lt. Jim Costa told the newspaper that Kravetz gave himself up voluntarily shortly after 1:30 p.m. No one was injured. Scott had identified Kravetz earlier in the day as the lone assailant in Friday’s courthouse attack in Montesano that wounded Judge David Edwards and Deputy Polly Davin. “He acted alone, and we know him to be the assailant,” Scott said then. “We’re

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years ago and “didn’t know anything was up,” Scott said. Investigators believe Kravetz called his mother, identified as Roberta Dougherty, at about 3 p.m. and that she apparently gave him a ride out of the area, Scott said. “We don’t know what her knowledge or involvement is,” the undersheriff said. The attack was at about noon Friday, when Davin responded to a report of a suspicious person at the courthouse and confronted a man, Scott said. During a struggle, she was stabbed with either a small knife or scissors. The judge intervened,

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PORT TOWNSEND — The next superintendent of the Port Townsend School District, David Engle of Lawrenceville, N.J., intends to attend the next School Board meeting Monday. “I am looking forward to working in Port Townsend,� said Engle, 63, on Saturday. “I like the eclectic nature of the community and the diversity and vari- Engle ety of the area.� The School Board voted unanimously in open session Friday to offer the position to Engle after it had discussed the qualifications of four finalists in a 21/2-hour executive session that afternoon. “The thing that stood out for me was his sense of vision,� said School Board President Jennifer JamesWilson on Friday. “I was drawn to his lifelong sense of social justice and believe that he will help us deliver education to every student who passes through our doors.� Engle — who holds a doctorate and whose experience includes serving as a school superintendent in North Platte, Neb. — officially starts July 1, following the departure of Gene Laes after two years as superintendent, but will spend some time in Port Townsend for planning purposes. “I will make myself available to the board,� he said. Engle, who has been staying in Tacoma during finalist interviews, said he will attend the next School Board meeting at 6 p.m. Monday in the Port Townsend High School library at 1500 Van Ness St. “I’ve already spent some time peeling away the data about the

year and extended his contract through the current school year. The search for a new permanent superintendent began in November with several public meetings that allowed the board to develop an application packet that was tailored to the district’s needs. Engle called the selection “a very intense process.�

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school district and looking ahead and determining what kind of approach we will need to take to coordinate all the work we need to do,� Engle said. Engle said two of the most important issues are the establishment of an educational plan and acquiring new technology. The board will now commence final negotiations with Engle, which includes salary. If an agreement is not reached, the board will call on one of the

company there. He grew up in the Puget Sound area. Last week, each of the four finalists underwent extensive interviews, each spending a day in the district meeting with staff, teachers, students and the public. The four finalists were chosen from 23 applicants. Aside from Engle, the finalists were John R. Alberghini of CHARLIE BERMANT/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Waterbury Center, Vt., who is other finalists, James-Wilson said. superintendent of Chittenden East Engle said he did not anticipate Supervisory Union in Richmond, any problem in reaching a salary Vt.; Ellen Perconti, director of curagreement. riculum and assessment in the During the last superintendent Lewiston (Idaho) Independent search, the board was offering a sal- School District; and Mellody Matary of about $120,000 per year. thes, assistant superintendent for Laes, who was hired as part- teaching and learning in the Tuktime superintendent, received four- wila School District. fifths of that amount. Tom Opstad announced his resEngle is not employed now, ignation in March 2010 after five James-Wilson said, adding years of leading the district. that he had moved to New Jersey The School Board hired Laes as to take a position with a textbook interim superintendent for one

It also was an education for the School Board members. “I was blown away by the quality of the candidates,� said board member Anne Burkart. “They all had great credentials, a lot of skill and a passion for education,� she added. “It was a joy to spend a day with each of these individuals to hear them speak about teaching and learning, and I learned so much about what is going on in education today.� Burkart called Engle “a game changer.� Board member Bill LeMaster agreed. “I think Dr. Engle will bring a breadth and depth of organizational ability and experience that has not been demonstrated in the district,� LeMaster said. “He will begin a transformation to the district that will get us on the path to becoming a first-rate educational institution.� Engle said he was attracted to the Port Townsend School District because of its size. “I feel the scale of the work is manageable,� he said. “One of the reasons that larger districts don’t get anything done is because they are too big.�

________ Jefferson County Reporter Charlie Bermant can be reached at 360-385-2335 or at charlie.bermant@peninsuladailynews. com.

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The three Clallam County commissioners will consider an agreement with the state Department of Ecology for communitybased cleanup projects Tuesday. The commissioners’ meeting will begin at 10 a.m. in Room 160 at the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles. Also on the agenda: ■ A proclamation declaring 2012 as the Year of the Girl and celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting. ■ A contract amendment with the state Department of Social and Health Services modifying language and clarifying sections. ■ An agreement with Washington State University Extension formalizing the relationship with Clallam County. ■ An agreement with

Friendship Diversion for services to low-risk offenders. ■ An agreement with the State Patrol National Marijuana Initiative Project funding Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team activities. ■ Notice of an April 10 hearing on proposed amendments to administrative policies. ■ A resolution appointing a second alternate to the Board of Directors for the Washington Counties Risk Pool. Commissioners will hold a work session Monday at 9 a.m. to discuss the United Way’s annual recommendations for allocation of Local Government Initiative funding and updates from the North Olympic Library System and the Dungeness local leaders water management work group. Agenda packets are

Eye on Clallam available at www.clallam. net. An executive session will take place Monday at 11 a.m. The Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office requested the executive session to discuss active litigation.

Sequim City Council The Sequim City Council will discuss a comprehensive plan “vision� update and review personnel policies when it meets Monday. The council will meet at 6 p.m. in its chambers at the Sequim Transit Center, 190 W. Cedar St. The council also will hear the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce’s year-end 2011 fourth-quarter report.

PA utilities The Port Angeles Utility Advisory Committee, meeting jointly with the City Council, will discuss increasing Medic 1 utility

charges Tuesday. The meeting will be at 3 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 321 E. Fifth St. The committee also will get an update on the advanced metering infrastructure and discuss a proposal for different electric rates based on the time of use, once the “smart� meters are installed. Also on the agenda: ■ Bonneville Power Administration demand response grant amendment, as well as its electrical forecast, 2014-2015 tiered rate proposal and its technology innovation funding announcement. ■ Utility discount ordinance amendments. ■ Dry Creek Water Association special services agreement. ■ 2011 water quality report. ■ Shared Resource Conservation Manager Program. ■ Industrial transmission electric rate ordinance.

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Symbolic badge of my fraternity WHEN I WAS in college, I belonged to a fraternity that was founded on the principle that if we were going to have a fraternity, we ought to have some principles. These principles were W. Bruce inflexible, invi- Cameron olate and, we believed, probably written down somewhere. The badge of our fraternity reflected these principles. It was festooned with more than a dozen symbols, like eagles, candles and one we couldn’t quite make out but suspected was a turnip. One year, we found a poem that had been written about the badge, each stanza explaining what all the little trinkets represented. We decided that we should bring all of our freshmen pledges to the house, read them the poem, make them stare at the

badge and then maybe go moon the Phi Delts or something. We were excited to be inventing this new mystical ritual! I was elected to read the poem because everyone said I looked like somebody who should be on radio. We wired together a bunch of stereo amplifiers to a microphone so the pledges wouldn’t just hear me — they would feel my every word, their dental fillings vibrating right out of their mouths. We hung a large wooden model of the badge on the wall and strung up some spotlights, and herded the pledges into the room and told them to stare at the badge. I stepped forward, turned on the microphone and blew every fuse in the frat house. Now I was standing in complete darkness, the pledges nervously fidgeting in front of me. After several uncomfortable minutes, I decided the lights were never coming back on, and began reciting the parts of the poem I remembered, which frankly wasn’t very much.

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I tried to picture the badge in my mind. Let’s see, wasn’t there a turtle? “The turtle,” I said into the darkness, “represents the, the slowness of time, time in a . . . a shell, while the turnip reminds us that as keeper of our principles, we should always eat our vegetables.” I was an English major, which was why I was so good at this. Let’s see, what else was there? Yellow moons, orange stars and green clovers? That sounded familiar. Plus one of the Caesar brothers was on there, Julius or Augustus, or maybe it was supposed to be Nixon in a bathrobe. Sweating in the blackness, I hurriedly speculated aloud that the other icons on the badge would later be revealed as mysterious representations of the principles that would later be revealed. I ended my poem with a stern reminder to the pledges that the house had recently voted to ban cigarette smoking.

Then we stood there in the silence. The minutes ticked by, punctuated only by someone’s hiccups and the smothered laughter that followed. The more they attempted to strangle their mirth, the more they laughed, until I, fighting cramps in my own ribcage, sternly barked out that they should keep their “eyes on the badge of the fraternity!” There was no way to tell if they actually did this. Finally, the doors to the dining room banged open, admitting the flickering light from a candle someone had lighted. One of the brothers strode in from the gloom. “Get the hell out of our house!” he bellowed. Like frightened cattle, the pledges bolted for the door. A minute later, the lights came back up. “There’s a turtle on the badge?” someone asked, peering at it. “Never mind that. What’s with the ‘get the hell out’?” I complained. “That didn’t seem very ritualistic.”

It was admitted that perhaps we should have thought of something more formal, plus everyone was disappointed that we forgot, in all the solemn dignity of the moment, to go moon the Phi Delts. Years later, I visited my fraternity house, regaling the students there with how superior we were in my era. I asked them about pledgeship — what did they like about it? Their favorite event? The thing where they went into a darkened room and someone made jokes about all the symbols that used to be on the badge. I was offended. I believed the fraternity’s principles were being violated. I just wasn’t sure which ones.

________ W. Bruce Cameron (8 Simple Rules for Marrying My Daughter; A Dog’s Life) can be reached at www.tinyurl.com/ pdnbcameron. His humor column appears Sundays.

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“Negative news bugs me. It is all about the bad things that happen. Why not some good news for a change? We need more good news to balance it out.”

“Too many “Other students people around here. The rain: It’s making bad choices. I see it all wet all the time, it the time. Like kids seems. And gas prices are way too going to parties on weekends and high. Somebody’s getting rich off of being busted. us. Daycare prices They need to be more responsible are too high, also.” for their actions.”

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of Boston had cut a deal with God that they would The cover story in the The paper had a story on be a “city on a hill,” and current issue of AARP Bul- the current [Port Angeles] God would make them His letin is titled “The Worst city plan to install smart favorite nation. CAN COMPANIES TRADEMARK a natural Place To Be When You’re meters [“PA Installation of There were two major phenomenon? Sick.” Smart Meters Runs into glitches to this contract: That was the question at the center of a pair of The article quotes a Snags,” PDN, March 1]. One, God did not sign it; proposals in Mexico from two industry groups constudy of Medicare patients I thought I would add and, two, neither the Calnected with tequila distillers. that found that “one in that once they are installed, vinist Puritans nor we, their Both groups wanted to limit the term “agave,” seven died or were harmed the likelihood of rate cultural descendents, have which refers to a whole genus of about 200 species by their hospital care.” increases are very likely. been able to live up to it. of flowering succulent plants, to commercial use Now I learn that OlymRather than list a bunch Gov. John Winthrop was only for tequila, from which agave is distilled. pic Medical Center wants of links, I would suggest A news release by one of the industry groups a controversial figure, a to make overtime mandathat ratepayers search/ called the continued presence in the market of mix of both good and bad, tory for its nursing staff. Google “smart meter rate other distillates of agave and sugar cane “unfair and likewise his flock. Question: Given the increase” and “smart meter competition for our flagship drink [tequila].” Since those days, Ameriabove statistic, who do you problems” to see the full But a final ruling by the Federal Commission of cans have likewise been want taking care of you; no scope of what the city has Improved Regulation, known as Cofemer, is no — flawed and fallible. one at all or someone who is planned for everybody. the term agave is still Mother Nature’s alone. God is not sectarian but so tired and/or burned out that This is not just about Peninsula Daily News news sources universal. he or she has a far greater saving electricity/water or This Earth is just one chance of making a mistake? modernization. planet among billions, and The correct answer is It is about the city get onboard this ongoing God is not going to play God and country neither. increasing income. disaster. second fiddle to any man. Nurses have perhaps I am equally sure that Over the years since our I would also point out Our defeat in Vietnam the toughest job outside of they will deny it, so I again defeat in Vietnam, I’ve that this is not just a Port simply underscored reality an actual war zone, and urge everybody to take a noticed this defeat has rad- — we humans on this forcing them to work extra really hard look at this and Angeles problem but is ically upset the super-relinational in scope and planet are all equally time to facilitate staffing contact your city councilgious, like the sack of Rome human, equally fallible and should have been better reductions seems a shortman before all your rates in 410 B.C. that had so researched before impleequally beloved by our ultisighted and dangerous way go sky high. upset the Christians of mate self. to run a hospital. I also would suggest you mentation. We are all, equally, manJohn White, Rome. John D. Nagy, call the [Clallam] PUD and ifestations of God. The Calvinist Puritans Port Angeles ask them why they did not Port Angeles

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Peninsula Voices Why is this relevant? While describing his curReligious cultists are rent responsibility and comattempting to replace our mitment to protecting the Constitution with their Jews of Israel, he acknowlinterpretation of biblical edged Esther, a Jew who law, doing it in small increbecame the queen of Persia ments, mostly at the state (now known as Iran) in level. ancient times. If sane people do not win Queen Esther, the cenback the House of Represen- tral figure in the Book of tatives, retain the Senate Esther in the Old Testaand the presidency, religious ment, risking death several fundamentalists will have times, saved the Jews who the power to make fascism lived in the land of the king. the law of the land, as they A royal decree had been are doing in several states. written that on a certain Our Constitution embodday, all Jews in the land ies the highest ideals ever were to be destroyed. No attempted by any modern one, including the king himgovernment. self, could undo the decree. Religious freedom does Esther, after garnering not include the right of relithe favor of the king, issued gion to meddle in our gova decree under the king’s ernment. authority declaring the Demagogic politicians have led us to the brink of Jews could band together this cultural tragedy by and protect themselves preignoring the intent of the emptively. Constitution, thereby The outcome: More than empowering the religious 75,000 enemies were killed fascist’s quest for power. and the Jews were saved. Ours should be a secular The moral of the story: government; however, Blue Netanyahu is serious about Dog Democrats, right-wing protecting Israel from the Republicans and tea party threat of annihilation by a racists are attempting to nuclear Iran. destroy that concept. Israel will pre-empt and More often than not, our go to war to survive; we will war heroes fought and then be drawn in regardless many died fighting fascism. of our desires. They were protecting the President Barack U. S. Constitution, not the Obama, regardless of his Bible. intentions, is leading us to Attempting to force reliwar. gion on a nation is fascism, Saying that “all options not democracy. are on the table” is not Bill Lowman, enough. He must send the Sequim correct message by rapidly, sternly and credibly threatBiblical precedent ening and sanctioning Iran. The prime minister of Iran must believe that Israel, Benjamin Netanwe are willing to go to war yahu, invoked a biblical ref- to stop them from going erence in his speech to nuclear; that is the only way American Israel Public we can ensure that we won’t Affairs Committee, or have to go to war. AIPAC, on March 4. The Bible speaks vol-

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How old is this smile, anyway? LEONARDO DA VINCI’S “Mona Lisa” is commonly thought to have been created between 1503-1506. But a new finding suggests that the masterpiece might actually have been completed a decade later. The discovery began when a specialist at the Prado Museum in Madrid studied infrared images of a rare, recently restored copy of the “Mona Lisa” that had been painted in parallel with the original, the Art Newspaper reports. Images of the Prado copy revealed depictions of rock formations in the background of the painting that were based on one of Da Vinci’s later drawings. Then specialists at the Louvre Museum in Paris used X-ray technology on the original “Mona Lisa” and found some of the same rock formations.

The depictions of rocks are believed to be based on a drawing that Da Vinci made that dates between 1510-1515, and that is now kept in the Royal Collection in Britain. The Art Newspaper report said that the Louvre still dates the completion of the “Mona Lisa” to 1506 but that the actual date could be as late as 1519. It is widely believed that the world’s most famous portrait was commissioned by the family of Lisa del Giocondo, who was the wife of a rich Florentine merchant. Peninsula Daily News news sources

it is the standard does not make it inherently better. The author’s English undoubtedly differs from many of today’s other sociolects, just as today’s English Language changes as a whole differs from that spoken in any prior century. The author of the letter None of these iterations [“Language Use,” Peninsula has been any better or Voices, March 4] succeeds in worse than others; they acknowledging that differhave all succeeded in meetences in language exist; ing the needs of those who however, he erroneously speak them. supposes these differences Consider: Would one to be bad. really use “unintelligible As any linguist can tell muttering” if one thought you, language never objecone was not being undertively deteriorates; it only stood by one’s hearer? changes from one form to As long as two people another, displaying numerunderstand each other, lanous variations all the while. guage can be said to have English as it is profulfilled its function. pounded in classes and style Assuredly, clarity of guides is a pale display of speech has its place — for creativity next to the incred- instance, I try to enunciate ible variety of English as it and amplify my voice when exists in the mouths of its talking with those who may speakers, and just because not be used to rapid speech

umes about the past, present and future — check it out. Jay Thornall, Sequim

This assumes a victimless activity. Rehabilitate. Today, society works so hard to excuse the deviant and forget the victim. The question of abortion versus choice is gut-wrenching when death of a fetus is the victim. This is now of genocide proportions. There have been three murderers in the area whose acts can be traced to drugs and alcohol. The neighborhood life seems to go on unconcerned. Recently, there was a national survey on ranking states and their respect for life. Washington state ranked at the bottom in 50th place. Deservedly so? Nancy Drake, Sequim

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I am a Republican. First though, I am a citi— but somehow linking our zen, so I vote what I think success as a society to our best for the country, state or adherence to a single stanregion, rather than what is dard of language makes no best for the party. sense. Sen. [Jim] Hargrove, That success has nothing to do with language use and Reps. [Steve] Tharinger and [Kevin] Van De Wege and everything to do with the their staffs have spent people who use it. Ean Henninger, countless hours of their Sequim time, during a busy budget session, to help my son get much-needed medical care Victims of abuse for a job-related injury. Daily surveys in the Without their help, there PDN reflect social concerns was no hope, and not once and provoke more questions. did they ask party affiliation. The question about Our viewpoints may not knowing a drug or alcohol always be the same, but abuser personally [Peninthen I disagree with family sula Poll, March 7] begs the members without a thought question about knowing the of removing them from their victims of abuse by the position. same abusers. I intend to vote for HarThere was a blue-ribbon grove, Tharinger and Van panel years ago to cater to De Wege for a long time to professionals who abused to come. save their professional lifeRobert W. Wilson, Port Angeles style.

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rants & Raves COMPILED BY LEE ZURCHER

Rave of the Week GLORIOUS RAVE TO Arlene Bloom at the Elks Naval Lodge [Port Angeles]. While attending the “Twilight” sale, Arlene arranged a tour of the Elks building for me. Lon Riggs graciously showed the entire building, an amazing structure with the old bowling alley, swimming pool under the floor in the basement and theater with splendid original chandeliers and red velvet seats.

. . . and other Raves

A BIG RAVE for Terry and the Clallam County Public Utility District crew who worked in Dungeness Heights in Sequim. They did an excellent job. A HUGE RAVE to Pat Neal. If you’re not reading his column, you’re missing out on lots of laughs and smiles! And we could definitely use a bit of those these days. Absolutely loved the Twilight saga pieces. What a hoot! EDITOR’S NOTE: Pat’s “wilderness gossip column” is on the Commentary page every Wednesday.

HATS OFF TO Bonny, the coupon queen at Walgreens [Port A THANKFUL RAVE for the Angeles]. If there’s an extra coupon for cosmetics to be found, person or people who turned in my lost wallet last week. Honesty she’ll find you one. still prevails in our community. A GLAMOROUS RAVE for A rave also to the two banks, Miss Emily Olsen, who looked U.S. Bank and First Federal, for classy and elegant in her long, seeing that I got it back. red, velvet dress and black hose Bless you all, from a widow at the dance last Friday night. living on Social Security.

Rant of the Week MOTORISTS WHO SPEED down alleys — children and trash cans beware.

. . . and other Rants DURING THESE TOUGH budget times, why is there a male and female at a supermarket in Port Angeles during business hours in a county-marked car? THE FLAG WASN’T lowered [March 1] at the courthouse for the fallen state trooper. WHAT HAPPENED TO the servicemen’s banners and U.S. Highway 101 signs on Lincoln Street [Port Angeles], gone after they put up the new light poles? It looks like a slap in the face to tourists as well as our brave military men and women. RE: FEB. 26 and March 4 rants:

You cannot build and move into a neighborhood and expect everyone around you to succumb to your way of life. If you really only want to live with none of the noises of life around you, you should have built elsewhere. RANTS TO FOOD workers who don’t wear facial covering. If I’m watching you make me a sandwich, I should expect you to be as clean and sanitary as possible. Gloves and aprons are important, but your beard needs to be covered as well. Management should pay attention to those details. RANT TO THE convenience store who replaced a very nice, happy person who’s always in a great mood and very courteous to all her customers with a very rude, lazy-acting employee. She makes us feel very uncomfortable and shouldn’t be working at a job where you have to deal with customers. We will

be going elsewhere from now on.

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Cleanup: Extensions CONTINUED FROM A1 The delay of that study affects Rayonier’s time line because it must use the study’s findings to come up with a plan for cleaning up 1,325 acres of harbor sediment near its former mill. “Their time line doesn’t start ticking until we get the report,� Lawson said.

Study final in July She estimated that the harbor study should become final in July. That’s about four to five months later than listed in Ecology’s agreed order with Rayonier, signed in 2010. The delay wasn’t entirely unexpected. Lawson estimated when the harbor study was released that the time line would be pushed back by about six months. Last week, Ecology also decided to extend the study’s comment period from 30 to 90 days, causing further delay.

The extension was done at the request of the city of Port Angeles, Port of Port Angeles and Olympic Environmental Council who wanted more time to review the extensive document. “I think that’s necessary because people need time� to review it, Lawson said. “It does no good if we rush our way through.�

than toxics cleanup. Toxics cleanup took it over in November 2007. When asked about the project’s delays, Lawson emphasized the positive. “We’re more on the same page now,� she said, referring to Ecology and Rayonier. “A lot is happening, and we are working very productively on Rayonier.� Lawson said the harbor study is the biggest report done to date as part of the cleanup effort. She didn’t discount the possibility of additional delays but said they likely would not be as extensive. “We want to get through this as quickly as possible,� Lawson said. “It’s not just about how quickly we can do it,� she added. “We do need to do it well.�

Cleanup site since 2000

The 75-acre property, the largest undeveloped waterfront parcel on the North Olympic Peninsula, became an Ecology cleanup site in 2000 due to concentrations of petroleum, metals, polychlorinated biphenyls, dioxins and pesticides. The mill closed in 1997. Lawson attributed past delays to disagreements between Rayonier and Ecology over the extent of the cleanup site, settled in the ________ meantime with the signing of the agreed order, and the Reporter Tom Callis can be project previously being reached at 360-417-3532 or at handled by the agency’s tom.callis@peninsuladailynews. solid waste division, rather com.

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Fourth-grader Madison Dunning, 9, left, and fifth-grader Allora Walls, 10, both students at Dry Creek School, assemble a snack in the Port Angeles High School kitchens during the fifth annual Future Chefs Culinary Competition Cook-Off. Teams from each of the Port Angeles elementary schools were challenged to come up with tasty courses to promote healthy eating. The event was hosted by Sodexo, the school district’s food services concessionaire.

Auction of state-run liquor stores; minimum bid of $1,000 BY SHANNON DININNY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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liquor stores opened online, marking a historic change for a state that has tightly controlled its booze since the end of Prohibition. The minimum bid: $1,000.

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Peyton Manning said he isn’t 100 percent yet, but that he is getting close.

Arm strength is issue, not neck BY NANCY ARMOUR THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Fans hear the words “neck fusion” and wonder why Peyton Manning is even considering playing again, fearful he’ll risk a career-ending injury — or worse — the next time he takes a hit. But safety isn’t Manning’s issue, several spine specialists said. Arm strength is. Manning’s surgically repaired neck will be able to take a hit just fine once the fusion is healed, with the bone actually stronger than others in his neck. Nerves are delicate, however, and only time will tell if they’ll recover enough for the 35-year-old four-time NFL MVP to be the quarterback he once was. “His risk really is very low,” said Dr. Robert S. Bray Jr., who has worked with NHL star Sidney Crosby and whose DISC Sports & Spine Center provides medical services for the U.S. Olympic team. “If I was a team, I’d ask, ‘Did [the fusion] heal? Do you have a CAT scan that showed it healed? Is the rest of neck in pretty good shape?’” Bray asked. “If those two answers are yes, then it gets down to, ‘OK, get out on the field and show me you can perform,’ because it will only get better from here with time.”

Misses season Manning missed the entire 2011 season with a damaged nerve that caused weakness in his right arm and required multiple neck surgeries, including a single-level fusion in September. He has brushed off questions about retirement, insisting that — after parting ways with the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday — he still wants to play. And there’s no risk to him doing so, say several doctors in the field who have not examined Manning. Dr. Robert Watkins, Manning’s surgeon, is not commenting on the quarterback, his office said Thursday. Manning had at least two procedures between February 2010 and September 2011 to relieve pressure on a pinched nerve, the cause of the weakness in his throwing arm. When those didn’t work, Watkins did the fusion, removing the troublesome soft disk tissue between two vertebrae and fusing the bones together. The fusion normally takes four to six months to heal and, much like any other broken bone, it becomes even stronger afterward. But just as someone who tries playing with a still-broken arm risks additional injury, so did Manning if he’d returned before the fusion was solid. TURN

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Sequim wrestler Dakota Hinton is headed to Central Washington University after capturing third place in state at 170 pounds and being voted the All-Peninsula MVP.

A remarkable season Sequim’s star wrestler takes sensible approach BY BRAD LABRIE PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

SEQUIM — Dakota Hinton is not your typical wrestling star. “In spite of ALSO . . . his success, ■ The top Dakota is on wrestlers on an even keel, Peninsula he has good feted/B4 balance and focus on what he is doing and why,” Sequim wrestling coach Len Borchers said. A lot of state-ranked wrestlers can act a little “crazy,” but not Hinton, Borchers added. “Dakota is a remarkable kid.” After a heartbreaking finish at state last year, going 1-2 in a tough bracket and just missing the medal rounds by an overtime loss, Hinton went out this year to leave no doubt he was to

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be reckoned with on the state level. Sequim’s ace went 37-4 overall, capturing third place in Class 2A state at 170 pounds — the top finish on the North Olympic Peninsula. He was voted the All-Peninsula MVP for the 2011-2012 season. The senior wrestler lost two of his first eight matches this year, and he wasn’t happy about his start. “I knew I had to pick it up and do better,” Hinton said. His coach, though, doesn’t see it as a slow start. “Dakota lost to two of the top wrestlers in state in early tournaments,” Borchers said. Hinton lost to a No. 2-ranked opponent and also lost to returning 3A state-runner-up Connor Boyce of Everett. “[Boyce] is a tough, tough, kid,” Borchers said.

Wrestling MVP “Both of them were quality matches. Dakota got an indication of what it would take to compete at that level. “He stepped it up after that.” Hinton competed at a tough weight and ended up wrestling 10 to 12 state top-10 athletes, Borchers said.

Confidence-builder That gave Hinton confidence and experience against the best going into postseason matches. Hinton — no lightweight himself — pins most of his opponents. He pinned his way through districts and regionals before going 4-1 at state, losing only to eventual state champion Tyler Coates of Ellensburg in the semifinals. Hinton had three pins in his four wins at state. He had to pin the same wrestler twice to earn the third-place medal. Hinton pinned Jason Jor-

gensen of Deer Park in 1:06 of the quarterfinals. He faced Jorgensen again in the third-place final and pinned him in overtime. “In the first match, he shot in, made a mistake and I took advantage,” Hinton said. Jorgensen was a lot more cautious the second time around. “We had similar styles,” Hinton said. But all it took was one mistake by Jorgensen in overtime for Hinton to end his prep career as the third best wrestler in state. The wrestler, who excels in his one sport, said his strength on the mat is being on the defensive, capitalizing on the mistakes of his opponents, and thus the high rate of pins. “I have a good sense of balance, and I like to do throws.” Borchers said he wouldn’t call Hinton’s style “defensive,” but that the standout senior did have a knack of capitalizing on others’ mistakes. “Dakota excelled at that this year,” Borchers said. TURN

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Nick Tweter of Port Angeles slides into home ahead of the tag by Forks catcher Tre Harris in the third inning of their nonleague baseball game Saturday at Civic Field in Port Angeles. Spring sports started on wet fields and in rainy weather in some instances. Some sports were postponed in Port Townsend.


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SPORTS SHOT

Monday Baseball: Port Townsend at Coupeville, 3:30 p.m.; Chimacum at Kingston, 4 p.m. Softball: Sequim at Bethel, 3:30 p.m.; Chimacum at Port Townsend, 4:15 p.m.

Area Sports Bowling LAUREL LANES Thursday Longhouse Market Men’s high game: Brett Allen, 267; men’s high series: Brett Allen, 679. Women’s high game: Mary Jane Birdsong, 191; women’s high series: Sandi Gunn, 510. Leading team: Brew Crew. Tuesday Mixed Up Mixed Men’s high game: Chuck Sliger, 255; men’s high series: Bill Gannon, 638. Women’s high game: Pat Smitch, 202; women’s high series: Jess Edgmon, 506. Leading teams: Edison’s Medicine and P.A. Antique Mall are tied. Laurel Lanes Seniors Men’s high game: Paul Schoville, 221; men’s high series: Paul Schoville, 609. Women’s high game: Hazel Vail, 188; women’s high series: Gladys Kemp, 504. Tuesday Brunch League Women’s high game: Cheri Pysson, 192; women’s high series: Cheri Pysson, 520. First place team: Sunrise Meats.

Golf PENINSULA GOLF CLUB Men’s Club Better Nine Thursday Individual Gross: Gary Thorne, 33; Gerald Petersen, 34. Individual Net: Jeff Colvin, 31.5; Terry McCartney, 31.5; Ray Dooley, 32.5; Brian Duncan, 32.5; Jimmy Bourget, 33; Tom Hainstock, 33; Kevin Russell, 33. Team Gross: Gary Thorne and Kevin Russell, 63; Gary Thorne and Mike DuPuis, 65. Team Net: Jeff Colvin and Eric Kovatch, 57; Gary McLaughlin and Leo Greenawalt, 60; Jimmy Bourget and Dennis Bourget, 60; Jeff Colvin and Craig Jacobs, 60; Gerald Petersen and Bill Lindberg, 61; Gerald Petersen and Jim Cole, 61; Jeff Colvin and Win Miller, 62. Men’s Club Throw Out Three Worst Holes Tuesday Individual Gross: Gerald Petersen, 57; Mike Clayton, 57. Individual Net: Ralph Bauman, 50; Larry Bourm, 51; Dave Henderson, 52; Joe Tweter, 52. Team Gross: Mike Clayton and Jimmy Bourget, 68. Team Net: Dave Henderson and Gary McLaughlin, 62; Gerald Petersen and Larry Aillaud, 63; Gerald Petersen and Steve Main, 65; Larry Aillaud and Steve Main, 65; Kerry Perkins and Larry Bourm, 65; Ralph Bauman and Duane Vernon, 65. Men’s Club Better Nine March 4 Individual Gross: Paul Reed, 34; Gerald Petersen, 35; Mike DuPuis, 35; Gary Thorne, 35. Individual Net: Briten Doran, 30.5; Tom Hainstock, 32; Brian Duncan, 33.5; Gary McLaughlin, 33.5; Mike Sorenson, 34; Bill Evanstad, 34; Mel Triggs, 34; John Tweter, 34; Chuck Burkhardt, 34.5; Jan Hardin, 34.5; Todd Irwin, 34.5; Gary Reidel, 35; Dave Wahlsten, 35. Cedars at Dungeness Men’s Club Ace Day Wednesday Flight One Gross: Robert Mares, 72. Net: Bruce Durning, 67; David Yasumura,69; Karl Dryfhout, 69. Flight Two Gross: Allen Balla, 77. Net: Kris Lether, 62; Paul Ryan, 67; Pat Lauerman, 67. Flight Three Gross: Craig Hull, 82. Net: Gary Williams, 67; Steve Lewis, 68. Flight Four Gross: Darrell Waller, 91. Net: Arlen Pearsall, 73; Kevin McCormack, 75. Flight Five Gross: Wayne Pinger, 86. Net: Bob Schwarzrock, 68; John Cameron, 70. Closest to pin No. 4 Low Division: Allen Balla, 10 ft. 4 in. High Division: Richard Hansen, 6 ft. 3 in. No. 11 Low Division: John Magee, 7 ft. 1 in. High Division: Ted Johnson, 4 ft. 4 in. No. 17 Open: Gary Williams, 2 ft.

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Australia’s Sally Pearson crosses the finish line to win the women’s 60 hurdles final during the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Istanbul, Turkey, on Saturday. Right is Eline Berings from Belgium while Britain’s Tiffany Porter is at left.

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Basketball NBA Standings WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 23 15 .605 — L.A. Lakers 24 16 .600 — Phoenix 18 21 .462 5½ Golden State 15 21 .417 7 Sacramento 14 26 .350 10 Northwest Division W L Pct GB Oklahoma City31 9 .775 — Denver 23 18 .561 8½ Minnesota 21 20 .512 10½ Utah 19 20 .487 11½ Portland 19 21 .475 12 Southwest Division W L Pct GB San Antonio 26 13 .667 — Memphis 23 15 .605 2½ Dallas 23 19 .548 4½ Houston 21 19 .525 5½ New Orleans 9 31 .225 17½ EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Philadelphia 24 17 .585 — Boston 21 18 .538 2 New York 18 22 .450 5½ New Jersey 14 27 .341 10 Toronto 13 26 .333 10 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Miami 30 9 .769 — Orlando 26 15 .634 5 Atlanta 23 17 .575 7½ Washington 9 29 .237 20½ Charlotte 5 33 .132 24½ Central Division W L Pct GB Chicago 33 9 .786 — Indiana 23 14 .622 7½ Milwaukee 16 24 .400 16 Cleveland 15 23 .395 16 Detroit 14 26 .350 18 Friday’s Games New Jersey 83, Charlotte 74 Philadelphia 104, Utah 91 Boston 104, Portland 86 Detroit 86, Atlanta 85 Cleveland 96, Oklahoma City 90 L.A. Lakers 105, Minnesota 102 L.A. Clippers 120, San Antonio 108 Milwaukee 119, New York 114 Denver 110, New Orleans 97 Sacramento 110, Dallas 97 Saturday’s Games Portland at Washington, late Toronto at Detroit, late Indiana at Miami, late Utah at Chicago, late Charlotte at Oklahoma City, late New Orleans at Minnesota, late Houston at New Jersey, late

Memphis at Phoenix, late Dallas at Golden State, late Today’s Games Philadelphia at New York, 9 a.m. Boston at L.A. Lakers, 12:30 p.m. Houston at Cleveland,3 p.m. Milwaukee at Toronto, 3 p.m. Indiana at Orlando, 3 p.m. Memphis at Denver, 5 p.m. Atlanta at Sacramento, 6 p.m. Golden State at L.A. Clippers, 6:30 p.m. Monday’s Games Milwaukee at New Jersey, 4:30 p.m. New York at Chicago, 5 p.m. Charlotte at New Orleans, 5 p.m. Washington at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m. Detroit at Utah, 6 p.m. Minnesota at Phoenix, 7 p.m. Boston at L.A. Clippers, 7:30 p.m.

College Basketball Men’s Scores Saturday’s Tournament America East Conference Championship Vermont 51, Stony Brook 43 Atlantic 10 Conference Semifinals St. Bonaventure 84, U Mass 80 Atlantic Coast Conference Semifinals Florida St. 62, Duke 59 North Carolina 69, NC State 67 Big Ten Conference Semifinals Michigan St. 65, Wisconsin 52 Conference USA Semifinals Memphis 83, Marshall 57 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship Norfolk St. 73, Bethune-Cookman 70 Southeastern Conference Semifinals Kentucky 74, Florida 71 Vanderbilt 65, Mississippi 53 Southland Conference Semifinals Lamar 70, McNeese St. 49

Women’s Scores Wednesday’s Games TOURNAMENT Big 12 Conference First Round Missouri 72, Oklahoma St. 68 Texas Tech 81, Texas 58 Conference USA First Round East Carolina 59, Tulsa 49 Rice 64, Houston 50 SMU 53, Marshall 52 Southern Miss. 71, UCF 49 Horizon League Quarterfinals Detroit 79, Cleveland St. 43 Green Bay 77, Valparaiso 53 Ill.-Chicago 66, Butler 53 Wright St. 91, Loyola of Chicago 67 Mid-American Conference Second Round Cent. Michigan 58, Ohio 55 N. Illinois 61, Akron 60 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Quarterfinals Hampton 61, Norfolk St. 40 Howard 57, SC State 42 Mountain West Conference First Round Boise St. 68, Colorado St. 63 New Mexico 61, UNLV 58 San Diego St. 68, Air Force 58 Wyoming 61, TCU 44 Pacific-12 Conference First Round Arizona 61, UCLA 57 Colorado 55, Utah 41 Washington 72, Oregon 56 Washington St. 65, Oregon St. 56 Southwestern Athletic Conference Quarterfinals Alcorn St. 54, Southern U. 44 MVSU 70, Texas Southern 47 Western Athletic Conference First Round Fresno St. 66, New Mexico St. 58 Idaho 67, San Jose St. 63

Louisiana Tech 63, Hawaii 54 Utah St. 75, Nevada 66

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NHL Standings WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Dallas 68 37 26 5 79 183 183 Phoenix 68 33 25 10 76 175 173 San Jose 66 33 24 9 75 184 170 Los Angeles 68 31 25 12 74 151 150 Anaheim 68 29 29 10 68 171 191 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Vancouver 68 42 18 8 92 214 168 Calgary 68 31 25 12 74 169 188 Colorado 69 35 30 4 74 180 185 Minnesota 68 29 29 10 68 147 189 Edmonton 67 26 35 6 58 178 203 Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA St. Louis 68 43 18 7 93 177 133 Detroit 68 44 21 3 91 215 159 Nashville 67 39 21 7 85 192 173 Chicago 69 37 25 7 81 207 203 Columbus 67 22 38 7 51 159 217 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA N.Y. Rangers 67 42 18 7 91 184 145 Pittsburgh 67 41 21 5 87 214 171 Philadelphia 66 38 21 7 83 218 193 New Jersey 67 38 24 5 81 189 177 N.Y. Islanders 67 28 30 9 65 156 200 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 67 40 24 3 83 220 159 Ottawa 69 36 25 8 80 213 202 Buffalo 68 31 29 8 70 167 191 Toronto 67 30 30 7 67 200 209 Montreal 68 26 32 10 62 179 192 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Florida 67 31 23 13 75 164 191 Washington 68 34 28 6 74 182 193 Winnipeg 69 32 29 8 72 181 195 Tampa Bay 67 31 29 7 69 189 229 Carolina 67 25 27 15 65 177 203 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Friday’s Games Pittsburgh 2, Florida 1, SO Detroit 4, Los Angeles 3 Chicago 4, N.Y. Rangers 3 Calgary 5, Winnipeg 3 Saturday’s Games Washington 4, Boston 3 Edmonton at Colorado, late Philadelphia at Toronto, late Buffalo at Ottawa, late New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders, late Carolina at Tampa Bay, late Columbus at St. Louis, late Detroit at Nashville, late Anaheim at Dallas, late San Jose at Phoenix, late Montreal at Vancouver, late Today’s Games Boston at Pittsburgh, 9:30 a.m. Toronto at Washington, 2 p.m. Carolina at Florida, 2 p.m. St. Louis at Columbus, 3 p.m. Calgary at Minnesota, 3 p.m. Philadelphia at New Jersey, 4 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m. Los Angeles at Chicago, 5 p.m. Monday’s Games Montreal at Buffalo, 4 p.m. Anaheim at Colorado, 6 p.m. San Jose at Edmonton, 6:30 p.m. Nashville at Phoenix, 6 p.m.

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Transactions Baseball National League Chicago Cubs: Assigned RHP Dae-Eun Rhee and C Micah Gibbs to their minor league camp.

Football Nationa l Football League Minnesota Vikings: Released G Steve Hutchinson, G Anthony Herrera and CB Cedric Griffin.

Hockey National Hockey League Columbus Blue Jackets: Recalled F Dane Byers from Springfield (AHL). Detroit Red Wings: Reassigned F Joakim Andersson Grand Rapids (AHL). American Hockey League Connecticut Whale: Announced D Blake Parlett was reassigned to the team from Greenville (ECHL).

ECHL Echl: Suspended Chicago’s Devin DiDiomete indefinitely and fined him an undisclosed amount after getting a match penalty for attempting to deliberately injure an opponent in a March 9 game at Kalamazoo. Fined Chicago{rsquo}s Nathan Lutz an undisclosed amount after getting a major penalty and game misconduct for charging in a March 9 game at Kalamazoo. Fined Toledo assistant coach Dan Watson an undisclosed amount after getting a game misconduct for abuse of officials in a March 9 game at Reading.


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ST. LOUIS — Desperate for a franchise quarterback, the Washington Redskins are paying big-time for a shot at Robert Griffin III. Suddenly rich in premium draft picks, the St. Louis Rams are putting their rebuilding efforts on the fast track. Rams chief operating officer Kevin Demoff on Saturday confirmed to The Associated Press an agreement in principle to trade the No. 2 pick to Washington for three first-round selections. The teams issued a joint one-sentence statement without providing details of a deal that likely will be completed Tuesday when the new league year begins. FOXsports.com and ESPN.com first reported the agreement Friday night. To move up four spots from sixth in the April draft and leapfrog any teams interested in taking Griffin, the Redskins surrendered their first- and secondround selections this year, plus first-round picks in 2013 and 2014. The Indianapolis Colts are expected to take Andrew Luck with the No. 1 pick. Most mock drafts have Griffin, the Heisman Trophy winner last year, going with the second pick. Mike Shanahan has already whiffed on three quarterbacks in his two seasons with the Redskins, going 11-21 under Donovan McNabb, Rex Grossman and John Beck. He’ll try to revive his reputation as a developer of quarterbacks with the elec-

Franchise quarterback The Rams were eager sellers given they already have a franchise quarterback in Sam Bradford, the No. 1 overall pick in 2010, and are needy at most other positions after going 10-38 the last three seasons. Rather than drag out intrigue, they maximized their haul by capitalizing on competition, and signed off on a deal more than six weeks ahead of the draft. The Cleveland Browns also are quarterback-needy and could have offered the No. 4 and No. 22 selections in this year’s draft. Cleveland general manager Tom Heckert acknowledged Thursday he had talked to the Rams. “We feel very comfortable staying at four and getting a good player there, and that could happen,” he said. “And we feel comfortable in moving down and getting more picks, we really do. It’s way early to start talking about this stuff.” In 1997, St. Louis traded up five spots to get the Jets’

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms with former Pro Bowl linebacker Lofa Tatupu. PEORIA, Ariz. — The team announced Hisashi Iwakuma pitched the deal Saturday. No four innings in his second terms were released. spring start for Seattle, Tatupu was a secondand the Mariners and Los round pick by Seattle in Angeles Dodgers tied at 5 2005 and spent six seasons on Saturday in a splitwith the Seahawks. He was squad game stopped after named to the NFC Pro the ninth. Bowl team three straight Iwakuma allowed two years from 2005-07 and runs and four hits. He has started all 84 games walked one, hit a batter he’s played in his career. and threw a wild pitch as The 29-year-old was part of his 52 total pitches. released last summer by Kyle Seager, trying to Seattle after failing to win the starting third base- reach agreement on a restructured deal. He man job for the Mariners, didn’t play in 2011. homered and hit an RBI The Associated Press single.

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Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III is the prize the Washington Redskins received when they traded for the No. 2 pick in April’s draft. No. 1 pick and the rights to select future seven-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Orlando Pace just three days ahead of the draft.

Not as costly That deal pulled off by Dick Vermeil wasn’t nearly as costly, with the Jets’ Bill Parcells getting the sixth choice plus the Rams’ choices in the third, fourth and seventh rounds. Sacrificing the picks

reverses the plan Shanahan set in motion last year to stockpile young talent and rebuild a depleted roster. The Redskins, however, have plenty of space under the salary cap and can be aggressive in plugging holes when free agency begins Tuesday. Grossman and Beck combined to throw 24 interceptions last year, putting the Redskins just one behind league leaders Phil-

adelphia and Buffalo on the way to a fourth consecutive last-place finish in the division. McNabb, acquired in a trade from the Eagles, was the starter for the first 13 games in 2010, when Washington went 6-10. Shanahan has won only one playoff game since John Elway retired after capturing the second of back-toback Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos in 1998, and he hasn’t been to the

GENEVA — A Canadian racer died in a World Cup skicross event Saturday, tumbling through safety nets in what ski authorities called a “freak accident.” It was the second death in less than two months of a freestyle skier from Canada. Nik Zoricic died from head injuries when he crashed directly into the nets lining the side of the course after going wide over the final jump. As he went through the nets, his skis and poles were thrown clear. Skicross — in which four racers jostle for an edge down a course of banks, rolls and ridges — debuted as an Olympic sport in 2010. Max Gartner, president of Alpine Canada, said he was satisfied with the safety precautions in place for a sport sometimes described as “NASCAR on skis.” “We’re pretty confident that this was a World Cup race and there’s lots of rules and regulations, and inspectors on site,” he said. Gartner, speaking during a conference call from

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In this photo taken Sept. 15, 2009, Canadian National Ski Cross team member Nick Zoricic of Toronto prepares for competition in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Toronto, said: “I would say it’s a freak accident, from here. It doesn’t happen often, but it’s devastating. “We look at all our athletes as members of our family, so it’s hard.” Zoricic died exactly two months after Winter X Games champion Sarah Burke crashed during half-

pipe training in Park City, Utah. Burke died from her injuries nine days later. She was also 29. Zoricic’s death will continue a debate on safety in skiing, particularly in the relatively new disciplines of freestyle skiing. International Ski Federation secretary general

Sarah Lewis said Zoricic’s death had been “a terrible, tragic accident.” “All the safety measures were in place,” Lewis told The Associated Press by telephone from Grindelwald, a regular venue on the skicross international circuit.

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“Obviously he’s got all the intelligence and the skill set. It’s a matter of strength. Can he get his arm to do what his mind and eyes want him to do?” And that takes time. Unlike a sponge, which springs right back after someone stops pressing down on it, a nerve is more like a piece of cooked spaghetti, Tobler said. Press on it, and the indentation remains after the finger is lifted. “It isn’t like a light switch,” Bray said. “But if you get the pressure off, then the nerve kicks in progressively over time.” While there’s no guarantee Manning will ever fully recover, Bray said nerves tend to heal more and for a longer period of time when patients are young and healthy. Manning said Wednesday he is not completely recovered, but insisted he’s closer than ever. “I’m throwing it pretty well. I still have some progress to make, but I’ve come a long way,” Manning said. “That’s been the most fun part, being back out there on the field. I’m doing better, I continue to work hard and hope to continue making progress.”

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But Manning was “working with the best,” Bray said, and there’s no way Watkins would have allowed the quarterback to play without being certain the fusion had healed. Watkins announced Feb. 2 that he had cleared Manning to play football again. “In the field of spine surgery and professional athletes, we have a fairly strong consensus that if you have a one-level cervical fusion, you can recover and go back and safely play,” said Dr. William Tobler, a neurosurgeon at the Mayfield Clinic in Cincinnati who has done four fusions on NFL players, including four-time Pro Bowl linebacker Chris Spielman, all of whom returned to the field. “If the fusion heals, the neck is stable so, presumably, you can take all the hitting and impact.” Then it’s a matter of the nerve regenerating. “Nerves are just wires and the muscle is where the wire plugs into,” said Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush University, team doctors for the Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox.

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Briefly . . . M’s, Dodgers tie after 9 innings

playoffs in his last five seasons as a coach. The Rams haven’t made the playoffs since 2004 and are rebuilding under new coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead. They were 2-14 last year, tied with Indianapolis for the NFLs’ worst record, and before the trade were set to pick either first or second for the fourth time in five years. The Rams are committed to Bradford despite a drastic fall-off in production last season, one year after Bradford was NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2010. The offense was the league’s puniest with or without Bradford, who threw just six touchdown passes and missed six games with a high left ankle sprain. St. Louis has holes elsewhere at wide receiver and backup running back behind Steven Jackson, and there’s uncertainty on the line with tackle Jason Smith’s history of concussions. The defense threatened the franchise record for yards allowed and special teams were awful, and needs help at tackle, cornerback and outside linebacker. The player most often mentioned as the team’s pick if it stayed at No. 2, Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon, would fill one of the greatest needs. Most mock drafts project that Blackmon will be gone by the sixth pick, but the Rams could leverage their newfound wealth of picks to get him.

trifying Griffin. The Redskins were among the teams hoping to be in the running for Peyton Manning, but the odds are stacked against the former Indianapolis Colts superstar coming to Washington. The offense needs upgrades at wide receiver and on the offensive line, and Manning would have had to face brother Eli Manning of the New York Giants twice a year in the NFC East.


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Hinton claimed third place at state in Class 2A, going an impressive 37-4 for the year.

Took second at regionals, sub-regional champ, 30-5 for year, 1-2 at state, won four tourney titles.

Captured eighth at state, third at regionals, fourth at subregionals, 24-15 for season.

Regional champion all four years, seventh in state this season, fourth in state in 2011.

Mooney went 1-2 at Class 2A state championships, just missing medal rounds by a win.

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Haynes concluded his prep career by going 1-2 at Class 1A state, just missing the medal rounds by a one-point loss.

Gonzalez voted Olympic League coach of year, led Riders to unbeaten league season, first in league tournament.

Cristion claimed fourth at state, second at regionals, first at sub-regionals, won four tourney titles, and was 35-6 overall.

Grall went 1-2 at state, just missing medal, second at regionals, second at sub-regionals, tourney champ, 27-7.

Participated at Class 2A state, claimed fourth at regionals, second at sub-regionals, and ended year at 19-15.

Honorable Mention: Forks coach Bob Wheeler, coach of the year (voted SWL-Evergreen coach of year); Josh Basden (Port Angeles); Ricky Barrigan (Forks); Cody Field (Sequim); Kacee Garner (Port Angeles); Sebastian Morales (Forks); Javiar Contreras (Forks); Dylan Kelly (Port Townsend); and Addison Harper (Port Townsend).

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Heavy equipment continues to shape the site of the former Elwha Dam as ground cover protects the location of the removed powerhouse from erosion.

Awaiting the Elwha Salmon to swim past former dam this week BY TOM CALLIS AND ARWYN RICE PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGLES — Thomas Aldwell’s signature achievement, the damming of a 90-foot canyon on the Elwha River in 1913, will soon be history. Three excavators working in tandem are nearly done removing the last remnants of the Elwha Dam in the river’s original channel and the hundreds of tons of dirt, logs and concrete dumped into the narrow V-shaped canyon in 1912 to plug a blowout that occurred during construction. Barnard Construction, the Bozeman, Mont.-based contractor removing the dam and its cousin, the Glines Canyon Dam upstream, plans soon to divert the river into the short canyon, where it will remain for perpetuity.

“Everybody is going to be ecstatic, overwhelmed with it,” she said. The tribe has long sought the removal of the two dams. When the older Elwha Dam was finished 99 years ago 5 miles from the river’s mouth, it decimated the stream’s once legendary salmon runs and deprived the tribe of a valued natural resource. “There are words you can’t express when you are down there taking a look” at the canyon, Charles said. “I just feel it’s overwhelming. Beautiful.”

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The fish will be able to reach as far up the river as the Glines Canyon Dam, about 8.5 miles from the Strait of Juan de Fuca, as well as up many An excavator with a jackhammer attachment breaks up some of the last vestiges of the main body of the former Elwha Dam from near the of the river’s tributaries, including bottom of the Elwha River channel. Indian Creek, which leads to Lake Sutherland. early 2014, when the much taller he said. Demolition will continue on the Swimming salmon Glines Canyon Dam is fully removed. The canyon, long buried, easily dam’s manmade channel to the west displays its rugged beauty, only parThe 210-foot Glines Canyon Dam, When that happens sometime this until the structure is fully removed tially veiled by the constant rumbling located in Olympic National Park, week, salmon will be able to swim in about a year. was built in 1927. past the once 108-foot dam for the The western channel will be filled of excavators and bulldozers. The sun glimmers off its stone first time since Aldwell began taming with soil from the canyon. Demolition started last Septemthe river to power the North Olympic walls, the same natural palisades ber. Dan Link, project engineer with Peninsula a century ago. that will soon reflect and amplify the Removal of the two dams can be Barnard, said the canyon will look Frances Charles, Lower Elwha viewed on webcams by going to the much like it did more than a century sound of a roaring, free Elwha. Klallam tribal chairwoman, said But once the river returns to its Peninsula Daily News website at ago when Aldwell, a risk-taking there are few words that can describe entrepreneur from Canada, eyed it long-awaited home, the canyon will www.peninsuladailynews.com. how tribal members will feel when still bear Aldwell’s mark. for the Olympic Peninsula’s first ________ they see the first salmon jumping up hydroelectric dam. Reporter Tom Callis can be reached at 360Log ends the canyon. “We’ll excavate it fairly flat,” 417-3532 or at tom.callis@peninsuladailynews.

Project engineer Dan Link of Barnard Construction looks down into the newly excavated original channel of the Elwha River as heavy equipment restores the site of the former Elwha Dam on Thursday.

com. The ends of logs, stuck into the canyon walls for supporting the dam, Reporter Arwyn Rice can be reached at can still be seen where they couldn’t 360-417-3535 or at arwyn.rice@peninsula be tugged out of the rock. dailynews.com. Link said he found the use of the logs unusual. “They did it different a hundred years ago,” he said. If the same construction were done today, the wooden forms would be removed before the concrete settled, he said. The $325 million federal Elwha River restoration project will A pile of scrap metal and twisted rebar sits near the top of the Elwha River canyon waiting for removal. continue until


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Kiwanian named member of month PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Gary Colley has been named the Olympic Kiwanis Club’s Kiwanian of the Month for February. Colley, a veteran Port Angeles attorney, has been a member of Olympic Kiwanis since 1982, and club members recognize him as a reliable, consistent leader. He has offered his legal skills to the club over the years in areas of risk management, club registrations

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with the state and contracts for club activities. Colley also has been club p r e s i d e n t Colley several times and active with many committees and projects. He has worked with the fundraising and scholarship committees and was involved with the downtown holiday lights project. Club President Geri

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Zanon called Colley “part of the backbone of our club,� noting that club members value his quiet contributions as well as his sense of humor.

Meet times, sites Olympic Kiwanis, one of three Kiwanis clubs in Port Angeles, meets at 7 a.m. Thursdays at the Cornerhouse Restaurant, 101 E. Front St. For more information about Kiwanis, phone Zanon at 360-452-8677.

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First Federal has donated $2,000 to help further the United Way of Clallam County mission to strengthen the community by helping people live safe, healthy and productive lives. Presenting the donation in Port Angeles to United Way Resource Development Manager Karen Meyer, right, is First Federal Chief Banking Officer Gina Lowman.

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PA garden earns Green Thumb Award PORT ANGELES — Chuck and Marilyn Whidden’s home at 1437 W. 12th St. has earned the Port Angeles Garden Club’s Winter 2012 Green Thumb Award. Garden club members praised the Whiddens “for their efforts in maintaining and expanding their quiet, peaceful gardens over the past 11 years.� Rock cairns and chunks of charred wood beckon visitors down needle-covered paths meandering through towering conifers. Hens and chicks lie tucked under juniper. A crouching cement frog is ready to pounce, and tall tree stumps provide perches for two “chattering� cement squirrels as well as hold small wooden houses for nesting birds high above ground. Small pagodas and a bridge provide an Asian influence throughout the gardens. A gray-blue heron stands on spindly metal legs clutching a salmon-colored fish in its mouth. Dark green salal, feathery ferns and low-growing juniper provide ground cover. Plump rhododendron buds bring promises of bright colors from April through June, even as a cherry tree blossoms. A variety of indigenous shrubs and small trees weave their way throughout the yard, providing continuity from one area to the next. Small madrona, cedar and hemlock trees, 4 to 12 feet tall, remind one of nature’s ability to propagate the perfect plants for this miniature forest. Chuck Whidden loves the blueberries, raspberries and strawberries he and wife grow, and his favorite part is watching and listening to the birds as they flit through the garden.

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Chuck and Marilyn Whidden’s home at 1437 W. 12th St. has earned the Port Angeles Garden Club’s Winter 2012 Green Thumb Award. Nearly every day, Marilyn Whidden makes her rounds, talking to the plants and planning the next project. She calls their yard “our own little park.�

Student honored SEQUIM — Sequim High sophomore Bailie Cibene was named the Sequim Elks Lodge Student of the Month at a February social night dinner meeting. Cibene was selected for her high academic achievements and involvement in school activities. Cibene Her favorite subject is science, and she has an interest in biology. Cibene has served as manager for the girls basketball team and is a member of the school’s Future Farmers of America. Her future plans are to attend college and work in the medical field. She is the daughter of Karen Cibene.

the group is in its fifth year at Roosevelt Elementary. Last year, Blue Thunder completed 57,000 laps around the school track, the equivalent of 14,250 miles. Perhaps more importantly, there was 100 percent participation by the Roosevelt Elementary student body in the Blue Thunder program. This is a goal Blue Thunder coordinator, paraeducator JoAnn Lewis, strives for.

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PORT ANGELES — Peninsula College freshman Nikki Brown was named the January Student of the Month by the college’s Associated Student Council. Brown is a returning student who is enrolled in the medical assistant program. She was Brown nominated for demonstrating outstanding leadership, academic success “and the ability to overcome adversity.� Roosevelt red-out Brown was on the PresiPORT ANGELES — dent’s List for outstanding Roosevelt Elementary grades for the fall quarter School students and staff and also is credited for wore red as the school’s helping her fellow students. running/walking club, Blue Her nominating faculty Thunder, celebrated member said: “I can honHealthy Heart Day in estly say I have never had honor of the American such a student.� Heart Association’s AmeriBrown will be among can Heart Month. the other Student of the Blue Thunder runners Month winners who will be have been running laps for considered for Peninsula fun and fitness at recess College’s 2011-2012 Stufor almost 19 years now — dent of the Year Award to 14 years at Fairview Elebe presented in June. Peninsula Daily News mentary School — and now

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Treasures in stack of mail upon return THE STACK OF mail that greeted me when we returned from Hawaii was full of interesting questions as well as several readers’ experiences and observations. This illustrated how much readers contribute to this column’s output. I’m sure it is greater than most of you realize. For example, why would I ever write about ravens rolling in the snow? I have never seen this take place, and until a reader shared her information, I’d never even heard of them doing such a thing. Like other members of the Corvidae family, ravens are intelligent. Most of the time, they seem to assume an air of dignity, even arrogance. It taxes your imagination when you attempt to picture one rolling in the snow. “Marion” saw it take place while watching a wildlife program on television. She said the commentator reported this was behavior not seen before. The real story is what she saw a few days later in her own yard. A raven was rolling in the snow that blanketed her property in January. Another reader wanted to know what had happened to the Steller’s jays who were regular

More daylight and higher temperatures will increase the activity, and it won’t be long before everyone will know who the “songbirds” are. The stack of mail also contained reminders about upcoming birding events. Spring is that time of year when birders want to be in several places all at once. When spring migration is in full swing, there are known gathering spots that are big attractions.

BIRD WATCH customers at her feeders. Carson It was a timely question. A few days earlier, I had wondered the same thing. The jays seem to have moved away. One had been heard calling the previous week, but they aren’t using the feeders. My first thought is that they have deserted us for greener pastures. Someone in the neighborhood is putting out peanuts for the squirrels (and the jays).

Joan

Watching for return Having never worried about the disappearance of these noisy, beautiful rascals, I now find myself watching for their return. Two white-breasted nuthatches showed up in “Norma’s” yard in the Yelm area. Is this something our unusual winter is responsible for, or is this species of nuthatch on the move? A sparse population in the Pierce County region has waxed

Olympic Birdfest

A raven perches on a branch and waned over the years, and the overall decline in numbers has been attributed to the loss of oak tree habitat. The older trees are the primary source of nesting sites for this cavity-nesting species. Another question really made me stop and think: “What birds would be considered song birds?” The writer stated that they would like to attract more songbirds to their feeders rather than “chirpers.” That’s a wonderful description and a good question for this time of the year. For the most part, the birds

The 2012 Olympic Birdfest, centered at the Dungeness River PAUL CARSON Audubon Center in Sequim, is to seek some respite. March 30 through April 1. This year’s festival — http:// visiting our yards during the www.olympicbirdfest.org/ — not winter are “chirpers.” only provides an opportunity to They begin to justify the title enjoy a birdwatching cruise “songbird” when spring courting around Protection Island, it begins. introduces participants to the Some have already started. North Olympic Peninsula’s best The house finches are singing, birding locations. and the golden-crowned sparrows Information on this festival are tuning up their mournful and others taking place this spring will follow in a later colmelody. Song sparrows sound like they umn, but this is the time to mark your calendars. are testing their vocal cords. It takes some running of the ________ scales before they burst into full Joan Carson’s column appears every voice. Sunday. Contact her at P.O. Box 532, Other birds are still in the Poulsbo, WA 98370, with a self“chirping” stage, but here and addressed, stamped envelope for a reply. there, they are beginning to sing. Or email: joanpcarson@comcast.net.

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For more information, phone Chuck Jones at 360452-4672 or Tom Newcomb at 360-452-8228, or visit OlyHam.net.

Biomass forum set

PORT ANGELES — The Golden Crafts Shop, 112-C S. Lincoln St., will offer a free four-week sock knitting class beginning Wednesday. Classes will meet from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays. Participants will learn how to make a simple sock using double-pointed needles. It will use a pattern available at http://tinyurl.

PORT TOWNSEND — A “Biomass 101 for Families” forum will be held at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2333 San Juan Ave., from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. this coming Saturday. Free child care will be provided at the event, which is for parents and by parents. The forum will discuss the proposed biomass power plant at the Port Townsend Paper Corp. mill site, with a focus on potential health impacts. A question-and-answer session will follow. Phone 360-301-2540 or email shelly@sustainable together.com.

Ham radio meeting PORT ANGELES — The Clallam County Amateur Radio Club will meet at the Port Angeles Fire Department, 102 E. Fifth St., at 7 p.m. Wednesday. A live demonstration of how to use a ham radio to send and receive an email message will be held. Ham radio provides an always-available option for communication. The club also will discuss upcoming amateur radio classes set for April. The meeting is free and open to the public.

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com/75sez55. Materials needed are: sets of double-pointed needles in sizes 6 and 8 for women’s medium socks or sizes 7 and 9 for women’s large socks and two skeins of Lion Brand Wool-Ease worsted weight yarn. The class is free, though donations will be accepted. Phone the shop at 360457-0509.

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Soup for the needy PORT ANGELES — Volunteers meet at 5:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 301 E. Lopez Ave., to package healthy soup donations. Volunteers take bulk food items such as beans, rice, spices and other soup ingredients and put

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Dog camps offer joy to man, beast

U.S. military veterans Larry Kerschner, third from left, Doug Mackey, sixth from right, and Jody Mackey, third from right, with Hazara, Tajik and Pashtun ethnic Afghans of the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers.

Veterans delegation to talk of visit abroad PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND — A U.S. veterans delegation to Afghanistan will report on its September 2011 collaboration on water resources with Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers at an event Sunday, March 18. The talk and slide show is co-sponsored by the Tony van Renterghem Chapter of Veterans for Peace and the Port Townsend Friends Meeting (Quakers). It will be held at the Rosewind Common House, 3121 Haine St., at 1 p.m. A potluck will precede the event at 11:30 a.m.

Both the presentation and the potluck are free and open to the public. The Afghanistan Peace and Clean Water Delegation traveled to Kabul and Bamiyan Province, Afghanistan, to share the members’ lives with the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers. Larry Kerschner and Doug and Jody Mackey will speak about their journey to central Afghanistan and their experiences meeting the Afghan people where they live and work. Jointly with the Afghan volunteers, they brought training and materials for

constructing bio sand water filters for the dire need for clean water now facing the Afghan people. Through slides, videos and stories, they will share their firsthand experiences with the Gandhian youth group. Jody Mackey will speak about the situation faced by Afghan women. The Mackeys live in Olympia, and Kerschner lives in Centralia, where they have all been active with Veterans for Peace, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Friendly Water for the World and other social justice efforts.

Stepping aside in line a thoughtful gesture DEAR ABBY: Whenever I see a pregnant woman or an elderly person in line behind me who seems uncomfortable or tired, I always want to let them go ahead of me. Is this regarded as a nice gesture, or does it make them feel pathetic and helpless? I do it with the best intentions, but I don’t want to offend anyone. Rachel in Tennessee Dear Rachel: It’s regarded as a thoughtful gesture. If someone feels that your deference is offensive, then he or she is free to refuse your generous offer. And if that happens — which I doubt will happen frequently — do not blame yourself for having extended the courtesy.

DEAR ABBY Dear Abby: I Van Buren work in a hospital, and I’m sick and tired of people “bombing� us with their perfume/ cologne at levels as suffocating as tear gas. Many patients here have breathing difficulties such as emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma. Please have some consideration for your fellow man and stop at one squirt if you must use it at all. If we can smell you before we see you, or if we

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Death and Memorial Notice SUSAN KAY CORCORAN April 19, 1962 March 5, 2012

Susan Corcoran Port Ludlow, on Saturday, March 24, 2012, at 3 p.m. Per Susan’s wishes, in lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity in her name.

Dear Had Enough: You’re absolutely right. When it comes to fragrances, more isn’t better — a little dab will do ya. Applying too much is not only offensive, but actually can make some well people sick and sick people sicker. And this is true not only in hospitals, but also in elevators, offices and gyms.

_________ Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Letters can be mailed to Dear Abby, P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069 or via email by logging onto www.dearabby.com.

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view. Spadafori dogsMyand I mixed classes with lake time, and I doubt my retrievers were ever fully dry the entire time. Even my 14-year-old deaf Sheltie enjoyed just walking around off-leash, and he really enjoyed getting a massage, one of the few modestly priced options that weren’t part of the all-inclusive cost (which varies by camp but is typically less than a nice hotel per night) for meals, simple lodging (some camps offer upscale options for a higher fee) and a wide array of classes and activities. The happiness I took away from Camp Unleashed lasted for weeks. Even now, months later, I can’t think of those days without smiling. And while I am signed up for Camp Unleashed (campunleashed.com) again this fall, I’ll also be looking at other operations to add more exposure to my newfound love of dog camps, such as Camp Winnaribbun (campw.com) at Lake Tahoe, Calif., and the new Yellowstone Dog Camp (yellowstonedogsports.com) in Red Lodge, Mont. (Other camps can be found advertised in magazines, such as The Bark.) And yes, I do find my enthusiasm surprising. I guess now I’ve been bitten by the dog camp bug, I just can’t wait to ruff it with my happy pack again.

Q&A Q: My cat likes to sit on the balcony of my apartment. We’re not that high up, and she has never shown any inclination to escape. Should I worry? — Via email

cut it in the modern world, where a cat’s more likely to fall from a window than a tree. And as soon as the weather warms and windows open to catch spring breezes, veterinarians start treating cats injured in falls. “When cats evolved, there were no high-rise buildings. There were trees,� said Louise Murray, director of medicine for the ASPCA’s Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital in New York City. “Their instincts work against them now. “They have a strong instinct to go after any moving object. “When they fall . . . a cat could grab the bark of a tree and save himself, but he can’t grab concrete and metal with claws.� Even relatively low floors, such as yours, present grave risks. Cats are more likely to survive falls from higher stories — and to be killed from falls as low as two stories. The riskiest falls, say veterinarians, are from stories two to six. Over six stories, the cat has time to rotate and ready for a four-point landing. Cats have survived falls of up to 30 stories or more — though they certainly haven’t walked away uninjured. Broken bones, broken jaws or collapsed lungs are common in falls from higher stories, but they survive. Many cat lovers assume their pets would be smart enough to be careful when up high enough for injuries. But cats are comfortable in high places, and they cannot understand the difference in risk between a onestory fall and a six-story fall. Screens can prevent some accidents, but they’re not designed to prevent escape by a determined cat, so don’t rely on them. Instead, keep windows closed to keep your cat out of danger.

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PET CONNECTION IS the Peninsula Daily News’ weekly pet column, A: Yes, you should. Cats are so frequently injured in appearing every Sunday. It is produced by a team falls from windows and balof pet-care experts headed conies that there’s even a name for the problem: high- by “Good Morning America� and “The Dr. Oz Show� vetrise syndrome. erinarian Marty Becker It’s true that cats are equipped with the amazing and award-winning journalist Gina Spadafori. ability to right themselves The two are affiliated in midair if they fall, rotatwith Vetsteet.com and also ing their bodies from the head back like a coil to align the authors of many bestselling pet-care books. themselves for a perfect Becker can also be found four-paw landing. at Facebook.com/DrMarty But what works for a Becker or on Twitter at supple, small animal falling from a tree branch doesn’t DrMartyBecker.

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Susan Kay Corcoran, 49, of Port Ludlow succumbed to her battle with multiple myeloma on Monday, March 5, 2012. Born April 19, 1962, she is a former resident of Puyallup, Federal Way and the vicinity. She is survived by her life partner, Arlene Daulton; her daughter, Robin Hageman; her son, Jeremy McCoy; her parents, Lee and Bob Corcoran; and brothers Rob A., Rob F., Mike and Chris. A life celebration will be held at the Bay Club, 120 Spinnaker Place,

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WHILE I LIKE the great outdoors well enough in theory, I don’t like messhall dining, community toilets and showers, or sleeping on cots. And yet last fall, I signed up to go camping — because of my dogs. Our destination was a camp specifically planned for the happiness of dogs and those who love them. Despite my reluctance to go (I was talked into it by friends), I now look back on the experience as four of the happiest days of my life. Joyful dogs, relaxed people and lots of clear, pinescented air in a drop-dead gorgeous lakeside setting, And while my cabin wasn’t fancy, it was more than comfortable enough, and the food wasn’t bad. What did my dogs think of being off-leash with other friendly, well-socialized dogs? Of nonstop swimming in a crystal-clear alpine lake? Of massages, hikes, games and even crafts? You wouldn’t have to know canine body language to have read the joy in their bouncy steps or the nonstop doggy grins on their faces. So what, exactly, is a “dog camp�? Nothing less than the perfect blend of dogs (and people) who don’t get near enough exercise and campground owners grateful to get a little extra income at the beginning or end of their normal summer season. The first dog camp was Vermont’s Camp Gone to the Dogs (camp-gone-tothedogs.com), founded a couple decades ago and still a popular destination for dog lovers from all over the country. The idea was quickly picked up by other entrepreneurs, including the folks behind Camp Unleashed, whose California camp was my home for a few days last fall. Camp Unleashed has three locations and is scouting for more, with established camps in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, in Asheville, N.C., and the new camp near Sequoia National Forest in the mountains east of Fresno, Calif. Dog camp activities can typically be as organized or as relaxed as you choose. There are classes taught by experts in everything from trick-training to agility to reliable recalls, short rambles for dogs who aren’t all that fit (or people in the same category) or long, brisk hikes for those who can handle them. For the more contemplative, there are plenty of benches near meadows or the lake for thinking or reading while enjoying the


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Try vegetable gardening for sustainability I WAS OUTSIDE my home the other day, leaning against the kitchen garden gate, watching Humboldt, our rather large rabbit, hop about the garden. Humboldt, whom I affectionately like to call “composter,” was rooting out the last of the broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower roots. He gets to into the garden after the glass barrier gets removed around Thanksgiving for what is a multimonth-long feast and cultivation; he adds fertilizer pellets daily (and often). Snow and cold have been recent visitors to the North Olympic Peninsula along with some gorgeous sunny, almost warm days. Leaning on the gate, I began looking at my barren large containers and empty window boxes. They looked so stark around the garden, which was lightly covered with one of Old Man Winter’s last lowland forays. With spring only days away (the vernal equinox, which marks the official beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere, arrives at 10:15 p.m. Monday, March 19) and a seasonal warn-

A GROWING CONCERN ing and work list given to May you last week, let me tell you about a wonderful meeting I had the other day. I ran into a friend, Fowler Stratton, and immediately started talking about community orchards and gardening in general. That led us to talking about healthy food, the value of local produce and sustainability. We discussed how delicious vegetables and other food can be so easily grown on the Peninsula in hanging baskets or large pots and containers — and how this can be perfect for many people who live in apartments or have limited space. Raised containers also are perfect for older folks because they are raised — and cut down greatly on the need to bend over. They also are easier to water

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(because of the container’s lip) and are not an overwhelming chore to weed. So part of why I am writing this column today is because of my discussion with Fowler. We also discussed wise water use on lawns and landscaping — and better and wiser interfacing with your home, yard, garden and environment.

Meeting on sustainability In fact, I hope to see you at the “Transition to Sustainability” public meeting at the Port Angeles Senior Center, 327 E. Seventh St., at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Port Angeles City Councilwoman Sissi Bruch and Sequim resident Dave Taylor want Port Angeles to become the next city to become part of the “transition town” movement. Port Townsend resident Shelly Randall, who operates www. sustainabletogether.com, will be the guest speaker. Transition towns are communities that aim to make themselves models for finding new ways to overcome global issues, such as climate change, oil dependency and economic shifts

and crises, at the local level. Locally produced food, water usage, runoff, transportation, gardens and community food supplies are topics that will no doubt be discussed at Thursday’s meeting. For more info, click on http:// transitionpa.ning.com. The Peninsula’s weather is so primed for vegetable and produce gardening that everyone should do it. It only makes sense as fuel costs and other expenses rise, one would grow a product that not only feeds yourself, but is arguably the best quality in the country. Our weather here is perfect, never too hot or too cold.

No big temperature swings Nor do we have extreme temperature swings or shifts from day to day. A 10- or 15-degree swing from one day to the next is rare. This means your vegetable and produce plants do not encounter stress, which is what causes bitterness and loss of succulence. We also always have cool evenings, optimum for many garden plants. (Alas, tomatoes, peppers and

corn need warm, even hot evenings to have abundant yields, so think greenhouse or the farmers market for those items.) We also are a in very northernlatitude location, meaning that even at high noon in the middle of the summer, the sun is never directly overhead. This literally means our sun intensity is far less than most places in America (and the world), so things take longer to ripen. The longer to mature, the more nutrients, vitamins, taste and crispness the fruit or vegetable absorbs. So my plea: We live in the best place to grow kitchen vegetables, organic and sustainability are the new normal buzz, expenses are up — and you can grow superior food on your porch, patio, balcony or backyard. So why not grow a vegetable garden this year?

________ Andrew May is an ornamental horticulturist who dreams of having Clallam and Jefferson counties nationally recognized as “Flower Peninsula USA.” Send him questions c/o Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362, or email news@peninsuladailynews.com (subject line: Andrew May).

Briefly . . . School hosts live auction dinner event PORT ANGELES — Olympic Christian School will hold an auction and dinner fundraiser at the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St., this coming Saturday. A silent auction open to the public will be held at 4 p.m. The dinner and live auction is a ticketed event and will begin at 6 p.m. Tickets are $25 person and available from the school at 360-457-4640. A sneak peek at some

live auction items includes an African hunting safari for two with room and board, transportation in Africa, food and guide, flowers for a year, corrective eye surgery, dinner with firefighters, a mystery green shamrock and art by Jim Lidbeck.

Dollhouse group PORT ANGELES — An organizational meeting to discuss the formation of a miniature dollhouse group will be held at 2 p.m. this coming Saturday. Meetings for the prospective group will be held in the Port Angeles area on Saturdays. Anyone who is inter-

ested in making, collecting or sharing miniature structures, furniture or accessories is welcome. Phone Kathy Grissom at 360-582-7748.

Trail Day slated PORT TOWNSEND — The next bimonthly trail day sponsored by the city of Port Townsend’s NonMotorized Transportation Board will be held at the 17th Street right of way near Grant Street School from 9 a.m. to noon this coming Saturday. The board decided to clear brush for a couple of blocks along this right of way to maintain the pathway between Sheridan and

Cleveland streets as a neighborhood connector. If you are interested in helping, dress for the weather and St. Patrick’s Day and meet at the intersection of 17th and Sheridan streets. Board members will be there to greet volunteers. Equipment is also needed — clippers, loppers, pruning saws, rakes, work gloves and eye protection. The volunteer crew will work rain or shine. If the trail work is done early, the crew will check out rerouting possibilities around the perimeter of Grant Street School. Registration is required, and special St. Patrick’s

son per day. Day snacks will be served The Gala Garden Show after the work is done. is sponsored by Soroptimist For more information, email walkers@olympus.net. International of Sequim and serves as the group’s Gala Garden Show main fundraiser each year. Proceeds go to fund SEQUIM — The 14th scholarships and charitable annual Soroptimist Gala contributions to SequimGarden Show will be held area groups. at the Sequim Boys & Girls For more information, Club, 400 W. Fir St., from visit www.sequimgarden 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this coming show.com. Saturday and from 10 a.m. Peninsula Daily News to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 18. Nearly every gardening Follow the PDN on topic will be discussed or demonstrated, including seeds, plants, tools, sunrooms, lighting, fountains, garden art, birdfeeders and FACEBOOK TWITTER more. Peninsula Daily pendailynews Admission is $5 per per-

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MILTON W. NESSE December 13, 1919 March 4, 2012 Milton W. Nesse, beloved husband, father, pastor and avid outdoorsman, passed into eternity on March 4, 2012, at his home in Port Angeles. He leaves behind a legacy of love and joy that will not be forgotten by those whose lives he touched. Milt displayed his love of God, his family, his fellow man and all of nature throughout his life. He was born December 13, 1919, in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, to James and Elnora Nesse, the second son in a family of three boys. Growing up in Thief River Falls provided ample time for games of basketball and football with his brothers and friends in the summer and hockey games in the winter. After graduating from Thief River Falls High School, he attended Saint Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, where he played quarterback on the football team and goalie on the hockey team. He was later inducted into the Saint Olaf College Football Hall of Fame. During his freshman year at Saint Olaf, Milt met Kathryn Ylvisaker Thorpe, an alto soloist in the Saint Olaf College Choir. Their courtship lasted four years until their marriage in 1943. Milt and Katie were blessed with 48 years of marriage and five children. Katie preceded him in death in 1990. Before graduating from Saint Olaf, Milt felt the call of God to be a shepherd for his sheep, so he enrolled at Luther Seminary in Saint Paul, Minnesota, graduating in 1945. He and Katie then packed their car with all their belongings and drove to north Seattle, where they served a group that would later become Bethel Lutheran Church of Shoreline, Washington. From 1949 until 1952, they served at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Aberdeen, Washington; from 1952 until 1959 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Everett, Washington; and from 1959 until his retirement in 1980 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Bremerton, Washington. In all of these congregations, Milt provided pastoral leadership, and Katie often served as church organist. Milt also felt called to reach out to Native Ameri-

Q. I have had a painful canker sore for a week. I had been using saltwater rinses, to no avail. Yesterday, when I heard The People’s Pharmacy radio program, I was prompted to search your website for a home remedy for canker sores. I found sauerkraut mentioned, and I purchased a bag last night. (I was desperate!) This morning, I awoke to find the sore has not yet healed, but the pain is much, much better. I’m a believer. Now I just have to buy some hot dogs to eat with the sauerkraut.

Mr. Nesse cans during his years of ministry. Over a period of several decades, he was involved in Lutheran outreach ministries to the Quileute Nation at LaPush and to the Makah Nation at Neah Bay. From this ministry, he made many lasting friendships. He also shared the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King in the 1960s. During his ministry in Bremerton, he brought together the congregations of African-Americans with his congregation at Our Savior’s, joining hands, clapping and singing gospel songs, praising God together in what became an annual tradition. Those who knew him as their pastor will remember him for his biblical convictions, his booming voice and his friendly and joyful spirit. Milt’s favorite pastime was fishing; when not fishing for men to share his faith with, he went fishing for fish. For several years, he and his son Dale operated a charter boat at LaPush. Fishing with Milt was always an adventure, and he would often entertain those on board with songs. More than once, a fish would bite after he had sung “Do Lord, oh do Lord, oh do remember me.” Milt was a beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather to many. His family continued to grow when he met his second wife, Lois Soderquist, becoming engaged and married in 1992. With Lois, their adventures together took them to Apache Junction, Arizona, in the winter, squaredancing year-round, a trip to Ecuador to see his son Dale and the Galapagos Islands, and to his ancestral heritage in Norway. Lois passed away in 1998. Milt married his current wife, Patricia Paulson Nesse, in 1999, and with her, he continued his adventures in life, taking

them to Patricia’s ancestral home of Ireland as well as to England and Scotland. Milt and Patricia shared 13 happy years of marriage at their home in Port Angeles, where Milt would tell many wonderful Norwegian sagas and stories about our ancestors. Connecting his family to our Viking roots was a passion he fulfilled by giving us the gift of a family tree that spans many centuries in Norway. It was an annual tradition for the family to enjoy lutefisk and lefse on Milt’s birthday. Milt is survived by his wife, Patricia of Port Angeles; daughter Martha Rosien of Anaconda, Montana; sons Dale Nesse and Peter Nesse of Sequim and Eric Nesse of Copalis Beach, Washington; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brothers, James and Lowell; and by his daughter, Julie Anderson of Newport, Washington. Lois Soderquist Nesse’s children, Steve Soderquist, Peggy Jo Romero and Al Soderquist; as well as Patricia Paulson Nesse’s children, Donald Paulson, Mary Patricia Wolcott and Margaret “Peggy” Haughey, also were touched by Milt’s generous life. Milt was a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Angeles. Services in celebration of his life will be held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 301 East Lopez Avenue, Port Angeles, at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 17, 2012. Family and friends of Milt are welcome to sign the online memory book of Milt at www.harperridgeviewfuneralchapel. com. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org), Holden Village (www.holden village.org) or a charity of your choice.

A. Canker sores (aphthous ulcers) are mysterious mouth lesions that can come and go for no apparent reason. Accidentally biting the cheek, tongue or lip can trigger an outbreak. The sauerkraut-juice remedy dates back at least to the 1930s. More than a decade ago, a caller to our radio show told us about this remedy his mother learned as a dental assistant. Swish sauerkraut juice around in the mouth several times a day, swallowing about a tablespoon each time. The sores usually start improving within a day or so. Here’s another testimonial: “My physician prescribed triamcinolone to treat a few canker sores in my mouth. “It worked, but three weeks later, another swarm got started, some of which could only be reached with difficulty. “I tried the sauerkraut juice, and it started working within a few hours on all the sores.”

Persimmons tea Q. Several months ago, I heard about a remedy for heartburn that involved a tea made with persimmons. That’s the only ingredient I can remember. I suffer from acid

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STEPHEN MOLINE BOWERS June 14, 1951 February 12, 2012 Stephen went to be with our Lord and Savior on February 12, 2012. He had battled esophageal cancer since 2005. His passion to live was evident by his love of family and friends and never complaining during treatment, even when he endured complications. Stephen’s personality was warm and caring, and when he encountered others, he would always ask about their welfare with a warm “How are you?” Stephen was born and raised in Chicago Heights, Illinois, to Harold and Irene Bowers. He graduated from Chicago Heights Bloom High School and attended DePaul University. Leaving Illinois in 1977 for the sunshine of Long Beach, California, he met the love of his life, Deborah. Married on April 29, 1978, they enjoyed living in California until they relocated to Sequim in 1996. They ventured into the coffee business in Port Angeles with the purchase of Mombasa Coffee Co. Ltd., enjoying coffee roasting and the retail aspect of the business, closing in 2005. The remainder of days was spent together enjoying the blessings of the Lord. Stephen was proud to

Mr. Bowers be a Mason, past master of San Fernando Masonic Lodge No. 343 in California and lifetime member of Sequim Masonic Lodge No. 213. Although Steve was not a military veteran, you would have thought otherwise. He was devoted to God, family and country. His family often adopted deployed soldiers through www. soldiersangels.org. He worked as a maintenance mechanic machinist working for Stauffer Chemical, Interlake Steel, Union Oil, Standard Oil and Monsanto Chemical and ended his career with Anheuser-Busch in Van Nuys, California. He had a passion for metal fabrications, loved wood working, gardening and puttering around the house, making lists and checking them twice. He was an avid Chicago Cubs and Bears fan and

could be found rooting for the Seattle Seahawks with friends. In addition to being surrounded by his family in his illness, he was loved and comforted by his animals he adored: his cat, two American Eskimos and his chocolate Lab. Steve enjoyed traveling and was fortunate to have traveled abroad and across the United States with his wife, family and friends. Stephen is survived by his wife, Deborah Bowers of Sequim; son Stephen Michael Bowers of Sequim; daughter and husband Stacy Michelle Bowers Watzka and Rick Watzka of Two Rivers, Wisconsin; daughter and husband Shelly Marlene Bowers Myers and Michael Myers of Bowie, Arizona; four beloved grandchildren, Michelle, Kristin, Christianna and Wesley; and many loving cousins, nephews and nieces. Stephen was preceded in death by his parents. Memorial services: Saturday, March, 24, 2012, at 4 p.m. at Sequim Masonic Lodge, 700 South Fifth Avenue, Sequim. Donations may be made to Dream Foundation (Adult Make a Wish), 1528 Chapala Street, Suite 304, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; or to Olympic Medical Center Patient Navigator Fund, 844 North Fifth Avenue, Sequim, WA 98382.

Death and Memorial Notice DAVE ESTES July 3, 1951 March 6, 2012 Longtime Juneau-ite Dave Estes died suddenly from a heart attack the morning of March 6, 2012 (early reports that a “firebreathing dragon” was involved could not be confirmed by press time). Born in Port Angeles to Bev and Joan Estes, Dave graduated from Port Angeles High School and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science at the University of Washington. He moved to Alaska in 1975 and worked for the Department of Environmental Conservation for several years before opening his own business in downtown Juneau, Alaska: Collector’s Hideaway. As Juneau’s “card shop guy” for nearly 20 years, Dave earned the respect and friendship of his patrons by showing the same enthusiasm as they did for the unique and curious things that brought them so much joy. Dave was an expert in collectible cards, figurines and coins, and he understood what they meant to the people who did business with him. He was well-known for his enthusiasm for helping others collect the things that brought them happiness, as well as his efforts to provide a safe place for adults and youths alike to celebrate their hobbies

Mr. Estes and collections. For years, he organized after-school and weekend gaming opportunities at his shop that provided a positive place for gamers to go and play the card games they loved. He was as much of an enthusiast as any of his customers. He could be found playing Magic: The Gathering almost every Friday night since he became hooked on the game in 1994. He was known to refer to it as “Magic: The Addiction” and loved the social aspects of the game far more than winning or losing. Dave married Lynette Ensor in 1970, and they had three children: Zaedryn and Brynith of Brooklyn, New York, and Taimhyr of Seattle. Dave loved sports and games but also literature, especially science fiction and mysteries, and movies and TV but “only

GOOD TV,” he would likely say, “though bad movies are OK.” He was always a diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan and even claimed to sweat Dodger blue. In later years, he followed the Seattle Mariners as well, much to his frustration. He loved living in Juneau, and he knew and cared for all sorts of people in the community. He had a marvelous sense of humor, and though he was never a vain man, those close to him knew that “in his youth, he had great hair, I mean just spectacular, and a gently, mischievous smile and a twinkle in his eye that never left him.” He is survived by his longtime loving companion, Sheila Burton; his three daughters; his sister, Irene; brothers Jack and Dan; and many friends and loyal customers. Anyone wishing to make contributions in his name are encouraged to consider Juneau’s Perseverance Theatre (one of Dave’s favorite sources of culture) or the Dave Estes Memorial Fund being set up at True North Federal Credit Union in support of the ongoing education of his children (one of Dave’s favorite sources of love). His family asks that folks celebrate his life by doing something special for themselves — or by rooting for the Dodgers, whose batting average is only .257 and could frankly use the boost.

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PORT TOWNSEND — “Immigration: Why Should I Care?,” a forum moderated by Port Townsend Leader Publisher Scott Wilson, will be held Thursday, March 22. The forum will be held at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2333 San Juan Ave., from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Panelists will include Jim Thomas of the Seattle Archdiocese; Jorge Baron, executive director of the Northwest Immigration Project; and Michelle Sandoval, a member of the Port Townsend City Council. They will discuss moral responsibilities toward immigration policy and

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Free, open to public It is free and open to the public. For more information contact Jane Evans at 316-9146 or janeevans23@ hotmail.com; Diane Haas at 360-3853890 or dianehaas@gmail.com; or Garth McHattie at 360-379-1848 or garths1@peoplepc.com.

Death and Memorial Notice JOSEPH FURST TROWBRIDGE March 2, 1927 March 5, 2012 On Monday, March 5, Joe Trowbridge passed away following a challenging recovery from surgery. Born in 1927 in Oakland, California, Joseph Furst Trowbridge grew up in America’s heartland, eventually making his way back to California. While working on a production in the drama department at Long Beach College, Joe met the love of his life, Marianne Cogswell. For two years, they had leading roles opposite one another, and in 1953, they began a 57-year run as husband and wife. After acceptance into the U.S. Air Force, Joe suffered an injury that kept him from being able to serve his country. He instead began a career in banking that lasted until 1974, when he and Marianne followed their dreams and purchased a

Joe Trowbridge hardware store in Newport, Oregon. In 1988, they moved to Port Angeles, and after spending some time in real estate, Joe’s love of people and games led him to 7 Cedars Casino, where he dealt blackjack for 12 years. When Marianne became involved in local theater, she and Joe enjoyed working together again, playing Norman and Ethel Thayer in “On Golden Pond.” When Marianne continued working

in theater, Joe took on his signature role: No. 1 Fan. Joe was master of the Masonic Lodge in Newport, Oregon, and president of his Shrine Club in Port Angeles. A lifelong San Francisco 49ers fan, he enjoyed games of all kinds, especially chess, cribbage and pinochle. Always a man of integrity and honesty, his quick mind, big heart and great sense of humor made an impression on all those he met. He leaves behind his beloved wife, Marianne; and four children, sons Gary and Rob, who reside in California, and daughters Annajo Hitchcock (Bob) of North Dakota and Cathy Kilborn (Geoff) of Washington; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and his little dog and household companion, Tootsie. In lieu of flowers, if you would like to make a donation in memory of Joe, please send it to the Shriners Hospitals for Children, www.shriners hospitalsforchildren.org.

Death and Memorial Notice FREDRICK C. CLINE July 11, 1935 February 29, 2012 With his wife and children by his side, Fred passed on February 29, 2012, in Sun City West, Arizona, after complications from surgery. He was born in Bellingham, Washington, on July 11, 1935, to Wayne and Dorothy (Wahlgren) Cline. He spent his entire childhood in Forks and graduated from Forks High School in 1953. After high school, he attended Barber College in Bellingham and then joined the Navy. Upon his return to Forks, he became a barber. He had a great love for the outdoors, spending summers before his deployment fire-watching at the Snider Station. He loved to hike and hunt grouse and pheasant in the earlier years of his life. He had a lifelong love of fishing the local rivers and digging clams at Kalaloch. He looked forward to card games that included his entire family and looked forward to playing in the Fourth of July cribbage tournaments every

Mr. Cline year in Forks. Sports were also important to Fred, and he officiated at high school football and basketball games. In the later years of his life, he played Santa for different organizations and even fooled his own children as adults. Easter was another special event to Fred and, along with his wife, Ann, they would hide hundreds of eggs on their property in Sequim for the family to hunt. In 1983, Fred and his wife, Ann, moved to Sequim, where he continued his barbering career. In 2000, they became snowbirds, living in Arizona for the winter where

Fred could continue his love of golf and discovering new talents. Just recently he had begun taking organ lessons, another accomplishment he had hoped to master. Fred is survived by his wife of 33 years, Ann; his children, David Cline (Marsha), Larry Cline (Diane), Carina Meskel (John) and Peggy Swerin (Rod); and his sister, Pam Winney (Ray). He is also survived by 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, along with nephews and a niece. There was no one who couldn’t become his friend; he could carry on a conversation with anyone and would often strike up conversations with strangers. Fred will be missed by many friends in Forks, Sequim and Sun City West. There will be a memorial in Forks near one of his favorite holidays, the Fourth of July; he could almost always be found celebrating it in Forks with friends and family. Donations in Fred’s memory can be made to Friends of Forks Animals, P.O. Box 2022, Forks, WA 98331. Fore! Fred, may you have many holes-in-one!

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Frank E. Quackenbush May 1, 1931 — March 7, 2012

Frank E. Quackenbush died in Port Angeles. He was 80. His obituary and services will be published later. Drennan-Ford Funeral Home, Port Angeles, is in charge of arrangements. www.drennanford.com

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Cloudy and chilly with times of rain.

Cloudy and becoming windier with showers.

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Mostly cloudy and chilly with showers.

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The Peninsula An upper-air trough pushing onshore across the Pacific Northwest will continue to bring unsettled weather across the Peninsula today. Expect a cloudy and chilly day with times of rain. Snow levels will drop from around 2,500 feet in the morning to 1,500 feet Neah Bay Port 43/37 Townsend in the afternoon, above which, an additional 3-6 inches of snow will accumulate. Precipitation will become spottier Port Angeles 45/37 tonight with snow levels around 1,000 feet. An area of 43/31 steadier and heavier rain will move back in on Monday Sequim with snow levels rising to 1,500 feet.

Victoria 45/37

45/35

Forks 43/33

Olympia 44/34

Everett 44/34

Seattle 43/36

Spokane 45/30

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Marine Forecast Cloudy and chilly today with showers. Wind south-southwest 8-16 knots. Waves 2 feet or less. Visibility under 2 miles. Cloudy tonight with showers. Wind southeast 8-16 knots. Waves 1-2 feet. Visibility under 2 miles. Rain tomorrow. Wind south-southeast 7-14 knots. Waves 1-3 feet. Visibility under 3 miles. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with showers; chilly. Wind south 8-16 knots. Waves 1-2 feet. Visibility under 2 miles.

LaPush Port Angeles Port Townsend Sequim Bay*

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Billings 64/39

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11:14 a.m. 11:16 p.m. 12:45 a.m. 1:36 p.m. 1:59 a.m. 2:50 p.m. 1:52 a.m. 2:43 p.m.

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Guards will be on duty from the night of April 7 through 4 p.m. April 8. Admission is $5 for adults, $7 for families. Youths 17 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, phone Don Roberts at 360457-1846 or email donr@ olypen.com.

Basketry weekend BLYN — The Northwest Native American Basketweavers Association will present the third “No Frills Basketry Weekend” workshop this coming Saturday and Sunday, March 17-18. It will be held at the Jamestown S’Kallam Tribal Center, 1033 Old Blyn Highway, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Book discussion PORT ANGELES — The Other Wes Moore, by Wes Moore, will be discussed at the Port Angeles Library, 2210 S. Peabody St., at 6:30 p.m. March 28. The book follows two boys with the same name, living in the same city. One grew up to be a decorated combat veteran, White House Fellow and business leader.

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Corporate officers, branch staff and city officials recently celebrated the official grand opening of Columbia Bank’s new branch at 602 E. Front St. in Port Angeles Major renovations to the facility — a former Westsound Bank — recently earned a Business Beautification of the Month award from the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce. At the grand opening were, at center, the branch manager, Dakoda McKennon, wielding ribbon-cutting scissors next to Columbia Bank CEO Melanie Dressel and Port Angeles Mayor Cheri Kidd. They are joined by members of the Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. For more information, phone the bank at 360-457-3601.

This week’s business meetings ■ Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are Mondays at noon in the second-floor meeting room at the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St. This Monday’s speakers will be Kelly Johnson, Port Angeles Association of Realtors president, and Dick Pilling, past president, on the status of the real estate industry in the Port Angeles area. Luncheon tickets are $13 and can be purchased from the meeting room cashier. ■ Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are Mondays at noon at the Port Townsend Elks Lodge, 555 Otto St., Port Townsend. This Monday’s meeting will feature a presentation by Port Townsend High School business teacher Tanya Rublaitus, who will discuss a new hospitality and tourism class, the JAVA 101 Espresso Cart business and the high school’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter. Catered lunch, by Jordini’s, is $8 to $12. Monday’s meeting sponsor is the Jefferson County Family YMCA. On Tuesday, a chamber mixer will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at April Fool & Penny Too, 725 Water St., Port Townsend. Free for chamber members, $5 for nonmembers. On Wednesday, the chamber’s Young Professionals Group, or YPG, will hold a mixer from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Valley Tavern, 21 Chimacum Road, Port Hadlock. Free for chamber members, $5 for nonmembers. ■ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month — with business networking at 11:45 a.m. and food service at noon — at SunLand Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim. This Tuesday’s luncheon will feature a presentation on the Sequim Museum & Arts Center by MAC Executive Director DJ Bassett. In addition, the 2012 Irrigation Festival queen and princesses will be introduced. The meeting sponsor is the Sequim Relay For Life. Luncheon reservations closed Friday, but seats are available for those who are not having lunch. Coffee or tea is $3. Phone 360-683-6197 or email lynn@sequimchamber.com for information. ■ Forks Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at JT’s Sweet Stuffs, 80 N. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s meeting will feature a presentation by John Calhoun, West End commissioner for the Port of Port Angeles, who will discuss critical issues facing the port as well as recent activities and accomplishments. Lunch costs $8; a bowl of soup, $4.75; and a cup of soup, $4. ■ Port Angeles Business Association: Breakfast meetings Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive, Port Angeles. This Tuesday’s scheduled speaker is Rebecca Lawson, toxics cleanup manager with the state Department of Ecology’s regional office, on the cleanup of the site of the former Rayonier Inc. pulp mill and of Port Angeles Harbor. There is a $2.16 minimum charge by Joshua’s for those who do not order breakfast.

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$ Briefly . . . PT program accepts loan applicants PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend Main Street Program’s HUD Low Interest Revolving Loan Fund is accepting applications until 5 p.m. Saturday, March 31. Funding is available for the rehabilitation of commercial properties in the uptown and downtown historic districts. Loans can range from $1,000 to $40,000, with a 10-year term. Interest is 5 percent. Using HUD loans, owners have repaired roofs, fixed staircases, repointed brick facades, installed windows and improved the safety of their buildings. To apply, fill out a brief application and include a photo of the building, the total budget and time line

for work, and the funding amount requested. Applications can be downloaded from www.ptmainstreet.org or picked up at Main Street’s office at 211 Taylor St., Suite 3. For more information, mail director@ptmainstreet. org or phone 360-385-7911.

Clean up computer SEQUIM — Brenda Spandrio, aka “The Declutter Lady,” will present two free repeat “Declutter Your Computer” workshops at the Sequim Quality Inn, 134 River Road, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Friday. Has your computer become a virtual junk drawer of electronic stuff? Do you have several versions of the same information and want to streamline? TURN

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Lawmakers return to address budget Will special session over impasse last into April? THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OLYMPIA — Lawmakers only get a short reprieve after wrapping up a twomonth legislative session Friday — they are set to return Monday to address an impasse over the supplemental budget. The special session could last up to a month. Gov. Chris Gregoire announced she was calling them back to special session, saying: “We’ve a job to do, we’ve got to get it done.” “The public’s confidence in them is wholly dependent on whether they get that job done,” she said. “They know that.” While special session technically starts at noon Monday, it’s only “pro forma” on both Monday and Tuesday, meaning no floor votes

or committee action will take place and lawmakers aren’t required to be at the Capitol. Gregoire will meet Monday with Democratic and Republican leaders from the House and Senate. The budget drama began last week once Senate Republicans established a philosophical majority in the Senate after three conservative Democrats stood with them on a GOP-crafted budget plan that then passed the Senate but stalled in the House. That chamber passed an alternate plan agreed to by majority Democrats in the House and Senate. Lawmakers are looking to close a budget gap of about $500 million through the end of the two-year budget cycle ending June 2013, as well as leave several hundred mil-

lion dollars in reserves. Gregoire said lawmakers need to take a few days to cool off and then return to address key differences between the Senate plan and the alternate plan approved in the House. The main sticking point between the two sides, Gregoire said, is Republicans’ plan to delay a pension payment by a year and Democrats’ plan to delay a $330 million payment to school districts by one day. “They’re coming closer together, but they’re never going to get there until they break the logjam,” she said. “They���re not there yet.” Gregoire praised lawmakers for several accomplishments during the 60-day session, including the passage of a bill making Washington the seventh state to legalize gay marriage as well a bill that adds improvement in student test scores as a factor in teacher evaluations. TURN

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Facebook offer leads to bigamy charges BY MANUEL VALDES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEATTLE — Facebook’s automatic efforts to connect users through “friends” they may know recently led two Washington women to find out they were married to the same man at the same time. That led to the man, Corrections Officer Alan L. O’Neill, being slapped with bigamy charges. According to charging documents filed Thursday, O’Neill married a woman in 2001, moved out in 2009, changed his name and remarried without divorcing her.

‘People You May Know’ The first wife first noticed O’Neill had moved on to another woman when Facebook suggested the friendship connection to wife No. 2 under the “People You May Know” feature. “Wife No. 1 went to wife No. 2’s page and saw a picture of her and her husband with a wedding cake,” Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist told The Associated Press. Wife No. 1 then called the defendant’s mother. “An hour later the defendant arrived at [wife No. 1’s] apartment, and she

asked him several times if they were divorced,” court records show. “The defendant said, ‘No, we are still married.’” Neither O’Neill nor his first wife had filed for divorce, according to charging documents. The name change came in December, and later that month, he married his second wife. O’Neill allegedly told wife No. 1 not to tell any-

body about his dual marriages, that he would fix it, the documents state. But wife No. 1 alerted authorities. “Facebook is now a place where people discover things about each other they end up reporting to law enforcement,” Lindquist said. O’Neill, 41, was previously known as Alan Fulk. TURN

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Students’ project drifts long distances WE FIRST WROTE about the drift card study of Port Angeles’ Lincoln High School last June 12. Since 2003, students in Deb Volturno’s science classes have been using drift cards to learn about the ocean currents in our region by conducting an annual study titled “Marine Tidal Currents Study of the Salish Sea.� According to Volturno, the students originally became interested in the local currents when a fisherman disappeared from the Elwha River and his body was eventually found on the west coast of Vancouver Island. On May 18, 2011, 16 students were split into two groups. Each group separately boarded a U.S. Coast Guard boat and was taken four miles out into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, where group members collectively tossed 250 drift cards into the ocean. Later that day, an additional 150 cards were tossed into the Strait from beaches at Ediz Hook off Port Angeles. Over the years of the study, the students’ drift cards have been found in and around Port Angeles, Dungeness Spit, Freshwater Bay and Salt Creek. They have been found close to Seattle and well into the Columbia River. Vancouver Island has been well dotted with the cards, from Victoria to Sooke, up the west coast to Tofino and numerous points in between. Volturno recently sent me an email with an update on the study. She wrote that the cards are still cycling around and that their locations continue to be reported by individuals who find them along the water’s edge. Volturno said that last spring’s study has been somewhat unusual because in the past, it has been rare to receive any sightings of cards after September of each year. She attributes this to the fact that many beachcombers stay close to the warmth of their homes during the winter. In contrast, Volturno said sightings through February of this year include those along British Columbia’s west coast in Port Renfrew as well as multiple locations in the Salish Sea and as far north as Nanaimo, B.C. Closer to home, drift cards have been found on the Dungeness Spit north of Sequim as well as Crescent Beach, Rialto Beach, Cape Flattery and at the mouth of the Sooes River, which empties into the Pacific Ocean at Sooes Beach. She surmised that the increase in reported sightings for the current study is attributable to an increased number of people

ON THE WATERFRONT beachcombing Sellars for Japanese tsunami debris. Finders of the limegreen-colored cards that measure 4 inches by 6 inches are asked to report three things: the number of the card, where it was found and the date it was discovered. Information is on the card about where to send the data.

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Chandra, “Hollywood� McGoff of Washington Marine Repair, the topsiderepair company at the foot of Cedar Street in Port Angeles, said the company recently sent a crew of four journeymen to Valdez, Alaska, to work on the gas turbine system aboard the Alaskan Explorer, a 940foot crude oil tanker. Hollywood said the personnel worked on the vessel as she made her way to a refinery in Long Beach, Calif., and that they will remain onboard until about March 12, at which time they will be flown home. In other Washington Marine activities, Sierra, an 831-foot crude oil tanker whose previous owners dubbed her Kenai, has been anchored in the harbor since early Tuesday morning. Two shifts of boilermakers are working on the ship making various steel repairs and replacing a handful of pumps and valves. Sharp-eyed harbor watchers have noted that the 831-foot ship is sporting a new coat of paint. She recently returned from Singapore, where she was in dry dock for her routine five-year inspection that ensures the ongoing quality of her systems and the integrity of her hull.

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insight into why more and more Canadian fishing vessels are finding their way to Port Angeles — and specifically to Platypus Marine. John said that on Vancouver Island, there are a number of facilities where commercial vessels can be hauled out. However, there are no facilities that have enclosed and heated buildings such as are found at Platypus Marine. As a consequence, boat owners have to wait until the weather warms up before hauling their vessels out of the water for repairs and inspections. This creates a situation where haul-out space becomes a premium because of the high number of vessels that need to be on the hard. Coming to Platypus Marine, John explained, means that he and his

crew as well as the crews of the other fishing boats can perform their tasks in shirtsleeves come rain or shine, snow or wind. Additionally, most of the paints, coatings, epoxies and adhesives used in repairing and refurbishing their boats are dependent on a stable environment where the minimum temperature remains at or greater than 55 degrees.

Pilot boat stowed The pilot boat Strait of Juan de Fuca is out of the water and stowed in the Commander building at Platypus Marine. According to Capt. Charlie Crane, Platypus’ director of sales and marketing, the 74-foot boat has been on the hard for a few days during which time the Hamilton water jets were serviced, sandblasted and repainted. The boat’s crew also will

Tesoro Petroleum on Tuesday bunkered Aqua Atlantic, a 623-foot bulk cargo ship that is due into Cebu City, Philippines, on March 28. Canary, which is also a 623-foot bulk cargo ship, also was refueled. She, too, is now under way for the Philippines and is due into Mariveles on March 29. On Wednesday, Tesoro provided bunkers to Polar Enterprise, an 894-foot crude oil tanker that will arrive in Valdez, Alaska, this morning for another 54 million gallons of crude oil — give or take. On Thursday, Tesoro had its refueling barge alongside the Crowleyowned articulated tug and barge Vision, and on Friday, Tesoro bunkered Sierra.

________ David G. Sellars is a Port Angeles resident and former Navy boatswain’s mate who enjoys boats and strolling the waterfronts. Items involving boating, port activities and the North Olympic Peninsula waterfronts are always welcome. Email dgsellars@ hotmail.com or phone him at 360-808-3202. His column, On the Waterfront, appears every Sunday.

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give the composite hull and superstructure a new coat of wax. The Strait of Juan de Fuca and her companion vessel, Puget Sound, were built in 1999 by the Nordlund Boat Co. of Tacoma. The boats are powered by two 900-horsepower marine diesel engines that drive two Hamilton water jets. They are the only two pilot boats the Tacoma yacht maker has built.

government agency Transport Canada. Transport Canada requires commercial fishing vessels to be hauled out of the water every four years for a complete inspection of all mechanical systems and to ensure that all life-saving, fireCSI: Port Angeles? extinguishing and navigation equipment is complete Platypus Marine Inc. in all respects and in good had a visitor from CSI at its Port Angeles complex at working order. In addition to the cusMarine Drive and Cedar tomary fees for these Street on March 1. inspections, Jenkins, along While most of us were winding down our day, the with the owners of the other two boats, Viking individual from CSI was Queen and Eliza Joy, paid focusing his attention on the additional expenses three Canadian commerincurred by the inspector cial fishing boats. John Jenkins, who owns to come to Port Angeles. Cold Fish, one of them, At the very least, these said the three boats were included a round-trip ticket being inspected by a mem- on the ferry MV Coho and ber of the Canadian Steam- overnight accommodations. ship Inspection Service — When I asked John why which goes by the abbrevi- the boat owners didn’t get ation CSI. the inspections done in VicIt operates under the toria, he gave me a little

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because the IRS will add penalty fees and interest to what you owe. This year, the IRS is giving a break to those who were jobless. If you were unemployed for at least 30 straight days in 2011 (or in 2012, up to the the tax filing deadline April 17), you can request a six-month extension to pay this year’s tax bill without being charged a

late-payment penalty (although you’ll still be charged interest, currently 3 percent on an annual basis). To take advantage of the grace period and avoid paying your taxes until Oct. 15, you must file Form 1127. If you don’t qualify for the unemployment extension, there are still other options, like offering to pay the bill over time.

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Airlines opening up in battle of the bins BY JOSHUA FREED THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MINNEAPOLIS – Fliers can stop sharpening their elbows. Overhead bins are getting bigger. Packed planes and a high volume of carry-ons are forcing airlines to expand the space above passengers’ heads. United and Delta are the latest airlines to replace or upgrade bins so they hold

more luggage. And engineers at Boeing are designing jet interiors with today’s bulkier luggage in mind. It’s a chance to placate passengers who feel like they’re thrown into a roller derby every time they board a plane. Because of fees on checked bags, more passengers are bringing carry-ons, which are growing in size. And with planes more

crowded than ever, bins fill up before everyone has reached their seat. Travelers fight physics and one another to shove one more bag overhead. Or they’re forced to check luggage at the gate. The result is upset travelers, harried flight attendants and delays. The percentage of passengers bringing bags on board has hovered around 87 percent in recent years,

United Continental says. And “the size of the carry-on has increased . . . They are stretching the limits of their bags,” said Scott O’Leary, managing director of customer solutions at United Continental Holdings Inc.

Competitive advantage Expanding bins is a smart way for airlines to set themselves apart, said Henry Harteveldt, who

leads airline and travel analysis at Atmosphere Research Group, a market research firm. “Especially if they cater to the business traveler, they’re hoping it will give them a small but noticeable competitive advantage.” Business travelers, for example, avoid an airline that doesn’t have room for their carry-ons. At first blush, it might seem like airlines risk giving away fees if more people can fit carry-ons on board. But they’re not risking

much as it turns out. Airlines often waive bag fees when luggage can’t fit overhead and must be checked at the gate. And business travelers, who generate most of the industry’s revenue, are often exempt from baggage fees anyway. But will bigger bins encourage fliers to bring larger bags? Airlines hope not and are trying to crack down before luggage makes it into the cabin.

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State creates website for documenting wolf sightings BY SHANNON DININNY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

YAKIMA — People who think they’ve seen a wolf, heard one howl or found other evidence of wolves in Washington have a new place to share their story — a website to document wolf activity and help state wildlife officials manage the species. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife will use citizen reports to help locate new wolf packs and pups

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State wildlife officials have been working since 2007 to determine how best to recover wolves in their historic territory and ultimately delist them from endangered species protections, while reducing and managing wolf conflicts with livestock and humans. Wolves migrated to

sighted in southeast Washington’s Blue Mountains, where they are believed to be crossing between Washington and Oregon. +A wolf management plan approved late last year requires 15 successful breeding pairs for three consecutive years to remove endangered species protections. Four breeding pairs would be required in eastern Washington, the North Cascades and the South Cascades or Northwest coast, as well as three other pairs anywhere in the state.

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SEATTLE — Pacific Coast fishermen can start gearing up for what’s expected to be the best salmon fishing season in years. Federal fishery managers are projecting robust populations of chinook and coho salmon off the Pacific Coast and in California and Oregon rivers. The Pacific Fishery Management Council last week approved three options for managing West Coast salmon fisheries this year. All of them give anglers plenty of time to fish later this spring and summer. The regulatory council is expected to choose a final plan when it meets in Seattle in early April. Biologists say the number of chinook salmon returning to the Sacramento, Klamath and Rogue rivers is projected to be significantly higher this year. In 2008 and 2009, poor salmon returns led to the largest fishery closures on record.

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Washington from Idaho, Oregon and British Columbia, though they are listed as endangered throughout Washington under state law and as endangered in the western two-thirds of the state under federal law. Currently, five wolf packs have been documented in the state, all in eastern Washington. Three reside in the northeast corner of the state, with one in northcentral Washington’s Methow Valley and the fifth in the Teanaway Valley of Kittitas County. Wolves have been

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during the spring and summer and capture and fit wolves with radio collars to monitor their movements, said Donny Martorello, the agency’s carnivore section manager. “Our state’s wolf-management efforts depend on knowing how many wolves are here, where they are, and where they’re going,” Martorello said in a statement Friday. “By filing reports on wolf activities, the public can help us direct our monitoring efforts.” The website is h t t p : / / w d f w. w a . g o v / conservation/gray_wolf/ reporting

CHICAGO — An American Airlines flight attendant disrupted a flight s it was about to take off from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, saying over the aircraft intercom system that the plane was going to crash, alluding to the Sept. 11 attacks and ranting about the airline’s bankruptcy reorganization, passengers said. Passengers restrained the flight attendant until airport police arrived. Two flight attendants were injured in the incident and were taken to a hospital. No passengers were injured, and they never were in danger, an airline spokeswoman said. The flight attendant who caused the commotion continued to scream as she was handcuffed by police and placed into a police car, passengers said after they exited the plane Friday at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. “I will never get that sound of her screaming out of my head,” said Bethany Christakos, of Plano, Texas. “It took a good 10 minutes, it felt like, to get her off of the plane.” According to reports by passengers, the attendant said the plane had a mechanical issue and was going to return to the airport gate. Other flight attendants interrupted and said there were no mechanical issues and that the plane was preparing for takeoff. The upset attendant then said over the publicaddress system that it would not be her fault if the plane crashed. She began speaking in incomplete sentences, using the words “bankruptcy” and “American Airlines,” passengers said. She also referred to the Sept. 11 attacks, passengers said. Other flight attendants attempted to calm the woman, but she remained agitated. Three or four passengers then left their seats and went to the front of the plane to help restrain her as the plane returned to the gate, a move requested by the pilot, FAA officials confirmed. Some passengers said the woman appeared to be having a mental breakdown. One passenger said the flight attendant mentioned that she was bipolar and that she had not taken her medication. An American Airlines spokeswoman said the two attendants were taken to local hospitals for treatment. The original cabin crew was replaced with another one before it finally took off, the airline said. “Our customers were not in danger at any time,” the airline said.


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Legislature OKs transit budget THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OLYMPIA — The state Legislature has passed a supplemental transportation budget with $57 million in new spending paid for by increased fees for drivers. House Bill 2190 passed 85-13 in the House on Thursday after earlier passing the Senate. It now goes to the governor to be signed into law. “This is truly a bipartisan budget,� said Senate Transportation Committee Chairwoman Mary Margaret Haugen, D-Camano Island. “This budget includes something for every part of the state.� The bill includes $9.5 million for the State Patrol over the next year, including money for an extra class of 21 cadets and for fighting auto theft. It provides $9 million in aid to regional and local transit agencies over the next year, $8 million in preliminary spending on highway projects and $7 million for fuel for the ferry system. The bill also includes several hundred million dollars in previously dedicated money that is being freed up for the 520 floating bridge project. Along with the budget, the Legislature passed a series of fee increases for drivers. Among them, driver’s license fees will increase by 80 percent, the fee for a vehicle title will spike from $5 to $15, and a new $10 fee will be applied to first-time license plates. The new money in the two-year, $9.8 billion budget approved last year is a far cry from the $3.6 billion increase in transportation funding over the next decade that the governor called for in January. The centerpiece of the governor’s plan was a $1.50 fee per barrel of oil refined in the state.

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SEATTLE — A King County judge said he will need time to decide whether a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Initiative 1053, which requires a supermajority of the Legislature to raise taxes or close tax loopholes, should go forward. The lawsuit was brought by the League of Education Voters, the state’s largest teacher’s union, parents, taxpayers and lawmakers. Superior Court Judge Bruce E. Heller heard arguments Friday from lawyers representing the coalition, the state attorney general’s office and the governor, with the governor and the attorney general speaking on opposite sides. Initiative 1053 was approved by Washington voters in November 2010 and has prevented lawmakers from adopting tax increases since then. The complex arguments focused on the intent of the framers of the state constitution, whether the constitution sets a minimum requirement for legislative voting on taxes, and whether previous court decisions on constitutional issues created a framework for this case. Solicitor General Maureen Hart, representing the

State high court: No local votes on red-light cameras THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OLYMPIA — The state Supreme Court says city laws allowing for red-light traffic cameras are not subject to repeal by local initiatives. The five-justice majority ruled Thursday that a 2010 ballot measure in Mukilteo was not valid because the Legislature has given the power of enacting such laws to local governing bodies, not to voters. Mukilteo’s ballot measure was pushed by initiative activist Tim Eyman and would have forbidden the city from allowing red-

light cameras unless approved by two-thirds of the city’s voters. Even though the high court said it was worded as a binding initiative, the City Council treated the results as advisory and then did away with the cameras. Eyman has since expanded his anti-red-lightcamera campaign to other cities. The four justices in the minority said the vote in Mukilteo was advisory, so there was no reason to rule on whether red-light-camera ordinances are subject to local initiatives.

Budget: Session CONTINUED FROM D1 that ended mid-December, weeks before the regular In a statement issued session started in January. Lawmakers initially had after adjournment, she said the budget impasse been looking at a $2 billion problem but “shouldn’t shroud the budget incredible accomplishments addressed some of it in achieved during this short December. They were later helped, legislative session.� It will be the second spe- in part, by a forecast in Febcial session for lawmakers ruary that showed a slight to deal with the supplemen- uptick in revenue and additional savings from a drop tal budget. They spent nearly three in demand for state serweeks in a special session vices, or caseloads.

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State to revive film tax incentives THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OLYMPIA — The state Legislature has voted to revive a tax incentive program designed to lure movie production to the state. The state House voted 92-6 Thursday to bring back the tax credits, with supporters saying it will draw business and spending to the state. Opponents counter that the program gives away $3.5 million a year when the Legislature is considering cuts to education and health care for the poor. Having previously passed the state Senate, the measure goes to Gov. Chris Gregoire to be signed into law. The program offers a 30 percent rebate off the amount of money spent in the state. It expired last July after the state House declined to take a vote on the issue. Film industry officials have warned that Washington will lose out on film productions because the state can’t compete without tax incentives like those in Canada and Oregon. The recent movies based on the Forks-based Twilight vampire books were filmed in Oregon and in British Columbia.

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Adds instructor feedback as part of reviews of school principals BY DONNA BLANKINSHIP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

national model in teacher evaluations. Dozens of states are working on similar systems, but many are struggling to make them work. She said Washington state succeeded by designing the system from the ground up, involving teachers, principals, parents, administrators, education researchers, lawmakers and community groups.

OLYMPIA — The governor has signed a measure that will add improvement in student test scores to the list of factors that principals use to evaluate teachers. The law also changes the way principals are evaluated, adding teacher feedback as an element of their reviews. The measure builds on About the measure the four-level rating system “This law will help established two years ago ensure every public school by the Legislature. student has the good teacher he or she deserves Evaluation templates and every neighborhood But this time, the state school has the good princiwill offer evaluation tem- pal it deserves,� Gregoire plates for school districts to said. choose from, instead of havThe measure goes into ing teachers and adminis- great detail about the way a trators design local sys- poor evaluation could lead tems. to a teacher being put on Gov. Chris Gregoire said probation or losing his or she expected the measure her job. It also offers more speto make Washington a

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Union disappointed The president of the state’s largest teachers union, the Washington Education Association, expressed disappointment in the Legislature’s current approach to education reform. Two years ago, lawmakers started a pilot project that had teachers, administrators and others work together to create a new local teacher evaluation system. This bill replaces that locally developed system with a more centralized approach, where districts can choose from a few predefined models. School districts are required to start implementing the new system no later than the 2013-2014 school year and complete implementation two years later. “If you’re going to have meaningful, sustainable change, you have got to have the people who are closest to our students involved in that change,� said union President Mary Lindquist. “You can’t have these reforms being developed behind closed doors by people who have never stood in

“We think we’ve walked that fine line and accomplished something that respects and encourages continuing work on the evaluations and implementation but at the same time moves us further down what we think is right for our kids and teachers and principals.� CHRIS GREGOIRE governor front of a classroom.� Gregoire said she thinks the bill is a move in the right direction without dismissing the work already done in the pilot projects. “We think we’ve walked that fine line and accomplished something that respects and encourages continuing work on the evaluations and implementation but at the same time moves us further down what we think is right for our kids and teachers and principals,� she said. A coalition of business leaders and reform organizations applauded the new evaluation system. “This law will help ensure that all Washington students receive a quality education from the teachers best able to prepare them for the future,� said Brad Smith, Microsoft executive vice president of Legal and Corporate Affairs.

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to decide if lawmakers had broken the law, only if someone objected to this decision, Hart said. Paul J. Lawrence of Pacifica Law Group, who represented the coalition, strongly disagreed, saying lawmakers take an oath to follow the

laws. Hart also argued that the case was brought prematurely because no one has effectively challenged the initiative during the legislative process. The other side argued the constitutional framers made their intent clear by the way they phrased the clauses calling for simple majority votes and that the constitution would call for a supermajority if that’s what the framers intended. Lawrence also pointed out that every other state that requires a super-majority vote on tax issues did so in their constitution. The attorney general’s office argues the state constitution sets a simple majority as the minimum for bill passage; it does not prohibit statutes that require a higher bar. Two years ago, voters overwhelmingly supported the initiative, which resurrected an old idea approved by voters as far back as 1993: putting a higher bar for legislative votes to raise taxes. Lawmakers are allowed to change or suspend initiatives after two years. But initiative sponsor Tim Eyman said Friday he has not decided whether to pursue a similar initiative this fall to try to keep that from happening.

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$ Briefly . . . CONTINUED FROM D1 Spandrio said the free workshop will present tips and information “to help begin the process of simplifying your electronic life.� A previous “Declutter Your Computer� workshop at the Sequim Library drew a packed audience, so event organizers decided to schedule additional workshops. For more information, phone Spandrio at 360-5042520 or visit www. ambiance-solutions.com.

Shred documents SEQUIM — Castell Insurance, 426 E. Washington St., will sponsor a free document-shredding event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this coming Saturday. The event is free and is open to the public. LeMay Mobile Shredding will have a large truck in the parking lot at the front of the office. All material will be deposited in a container and shredded before witnesses’ eyes. “There will be no limit on how much material a person can bring for destruction, within reason,� said owner Phil Castell. “We felt this would be a good time of year as people are starting spring cleaning and getting rid of old tax papers etc. We utilize this service each and every month as we hold our clients’ personal information under lock and key at all times.� Light refreshments will be served. For more information, phone Castell at 360-6839284.

River cruising SEQUIM — AAA Travel will hold a free presentation at the Holiday Inn Express, 1441 E. Washington St., at 11 a.m. Tuesday. It will focus on traveling in Europe, Russia, China and other countries aboard river cruise vessels. To guarantee a seat, RSVP to 877-802-6894.

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Port Townsend Main Street Board President Heather Dudley Nollette, left, and Port Townsend Main Street Executive Director Mari Mullen, right, accept a $5,000 donation from First Federal Port Townsend branch Assistant Vice President/Manager Laurie N. Liske and First Federal Assistant Vice President/Commercial Relationship Manager Kelly A. Liske.

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS ule for the 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk show segment on KONP radio, at 1450 AM, 102.1 FM and www.konp.com on the Internet outside the Port Angeles area. Station general manager Todd Ortloff hosts the Monday through Thursday segments, and Karen Hanan hosts “Art Beat� on Fridays. This week’s scheduled lineup: ■ Monday: Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict. ■ Tuesday: In the first egment, Linda Klinefleter discusses the 14th annual Sequim Soroptimist Gala Garden Show set Saturday and Sunday, March 18. In the second segment Clallam County Democratic Party Chairman Matthew Randazzo and Jack Slowriver discuss the Clallam Identity Project, which attempts to make local and state governments more responsive to voters in Clallam County.

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â–  Wednesday: Rayna Abrams and Mercy Luquetta-Cole discuss Project Homeless Connect. â–  Thursday: Clallam County commissioners. â–  Friday: To be announced.

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PORT TOWNSEND — First Federal recently contributed $5,000 to the Port Townsend Main Street Program through the state’s Main Street Tax Credit Incentive Program. First Federal’s contribution furthers Main Street’s plans to support the historic business districts and the community. “We appreciate this contribution from First Federal, and we are grateful for the generosity of all the businesses which contributed to the Main Street Tax Credit Incentive Program,� said Heather Dudley-Nollette, president of the Port Townsend Main Street Program.

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Taxes don’t count for gay marriages BY LAURA NEWBERRY THE ORLANDO SENTINEL

ORLANDO, Fla. — When Kathryn Norsworthy fills out her federal taxreturn forms, she does so as a single person. So does her wife. “When we file taxes, it’s sort of like we’re roommates,� Norsworthy said of her inability to legally combine incomes with her partner of 17 years, Deena Flamm. “There’s no legal connection.� There are many advantages to filing a joint tax return, tax experts say, but because same-sex marriages and partnerships, though legal in some states, are not recognized under the federal Defense of Marriage Act, gay couples don’t have access to the same tax benefits available to married heterosexuals. For example, Norsworthy and Flamm, who live in College Park, Fla., were married in Massachusetts in June. Norsworthy has had Flamm on her employer’s health care plan for more than a decade. Yet when she files her federal tax return, she can’t deduct the $2,000 cost of Flamm’s medical coverage from her taxable income, as married couples who file jointly can do. Every year when tax time rolls around, such financial repercussions ripple through the households of same-sex couples who are married. But these issues are overshadowed within the gay-rights community by the larger, broader struggles over same-sex marriage and other partnership rights, said Randy Stephens, executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Central Florida. So “unless you’re an accountant or a tax attorney, it’s just not something that’s on your radar,� Norsworthy said of the tax implications of her samesex marriage. It’s a common scenario, said Gil Charney, a tax analyst with H&R Block’s Tax Institute, the giant tax-prep company’s independent

Report: Hate groups on rise in U.S. “They represent both a kind of right-wing populist rage and a leftwing populist rage that has gotten ATLANTA — Fed by antagoall mixed up in anger toward the nism toward President Obama, government,� said Mark Potok of resentment toward changing racial the Southern Poverty Law Center demographics and the economic rift and the author of the report. between rich and poor, the number The center, based in Montgomof so-called hate groups and antiery, Ala., records only groups that government organizations in the are active, meaning that the groups nation has continued to grow, are registering members, passing according to a new report by the out fliers, protesting or showing Southern Poverty Law Center. other signs of activity beyond The center, which has kept track maintaining a website. of such groups for 30 years, The Occupy movement is not on recorded 1,018 hate groups operat- the list because its participants as ing last year. a collective do not meet the center’s The number of groups whose criteria for an extremist group, he ideology is organized against spesaid. cific racial, religious, sexual or other characteristics has risen ‘Patriot’ to ‘hate’ steadily since 2000, when 602 were One of the groups that was identified, the center said. moved from the “patriot� list to the Antigay groups, for example, hate group list this year is the have risen to 27 from 17 in 2010. Georgia Militia, some of whose The report also described a members were indicted last year in “stunning� rise in the number of a failed plot to blow up government groups it identifies as part of the buildings and spread poison along so-called patriot and militia moveAtlanta freeways. ments, whose ideologies include They were reclassified because deep distrust of the federal governtheir speech includes anti-Semiment. tism. In 2011, the center tracked The far-right patriot movement 1,274 of those groups, up from 824 gained steam in 1994 after the govthe year before. BY KIM SEVERSON

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research-and-analysis division. Take a married gay couple with two children, for example. If they claim two dependents, have combined salaries of $100,000 and one of them files as a head of household and has the partner on an employer-supplied health insurance plan at a cost of $5,000, the couple’s tax liability will total $15,199, Charney said. That would compare with $10,656 for a married heterosexual couple with two children, the same income and the same health insurance who file jointly on a single tax return. Norsworthy and Flamm have consulted a lawyer to better understand the tax challenges they’re up against. In particular, Norsworthy said, the issue of estate taxes is daunting.

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very year when tax time rolls around, such financial repercussions ripple through the households of same-sex couples who are married.

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estate-tax exemption covers the first $5.1 million of a person’s estate. But next year, the exemption is to drop to $1 million, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Retirement funds encounter a similar situation, Charney said. In the case of a legal, heterosexual marriage, the individual retirement account of a dead partner automatically goes to the surviving spouse, who has the option of deferring payments from the account until he or she is 70½ years old. But in a same-sex partnership, the nonspouse beneficiary must start withdrawals immediately, missing out on interest that could have accumulated if the account had remained untouched. Charney said that ultimately means a smaller retirement fund for the surviving partner. “In the last year, especially, I’ve started to realize all of this,â€? said Norsworthy, 58, referring to her anxiety

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Neil and Carolyn Triebenbach, manufactured home placement, 284 Canyon Estates Drive, $20,000. United Presbyterian Church, interior remodel, 15 Eighth St., $22,905. Gene Owen, detached pole storage building, 621 Monroe Road, $75,103. School District 313, replace split system heat pump with roof top heat pump, 50350 Highway 112, $15,500. Rodger and Cheryle Bigelow, change of use attached garage to rec room, 41 Foxfire Lane, $11,669. Jack Grinnell, double wide manufactured home placement, Lone Fir Lane, $6,000. Charles K. Engel, addition and remodel, 461 Spencer Road, $56,248. Tejas Investments LLC, demolition of commercial building, 3311 E. Highway 101, $25,000. Dean Barber, ductless heat pump system, 20 Wright Lane, $3,445. William H. Parr, fireplace insert, 5620 S. Old Mill Road, $5,043.

Port Angeles

Jacqueline Lindquist, replace damaged shed roof, 903 S. Albert St., $3,000. James F. Crombie, remove interior wall, 1718 Lambert Lane, $1,250. Port of Port Angeles, building on new slab (foundation only), 102 N. Cedar St., $105,000. Robert E. and Tammy J. Reick, repair front porch, 524 W. 11th St., $1,500. Gerald M. Wood, wood stove, 530 W. 14th St., $3,325. Victor P. Armond, heat pump, 907 Seamount Drive, $4,092. Andrew and Lisa Neisinger, gas fireplace, 1336 Rook Drive, $5,000. Bonnie A. Fidler trust, signs, 501 E. First St., $400. Daishowa America Co. Ltd., fan stack foundation, 1902 Marine Drive, (amount included in previous permit). Kenneth and Virginia Peterson, re-roof, 618 Lopez Ave., $2,448. Angeles Properties LLC, interior staircase, 120 E. Front St., $1,200. Timothy Disinki, inspection only, 914 Marine Drive, $0.

Sequim

St. Luke’s Episcopal Parish, install irrigation systems, 525 N. Fifth Ave., $4,200. Margaret Delory, connect unit to city sewer, 710 E. Fir St., $4,200. Lehman Court Shops LLC, addition of partition wall, 145 E. Washington St., $5,000. Richard S. and Olga Martha McMillin trust, air handler and heat pump, 80 Jennies Blvd., $7,800. Green Crow Investments Co., LLC, lot cleanup and minor grading, Fairweather Drive and West Sequim Bay Road, $1,100.

Jefferson County

Virginia Sanders, covered concrete patio, 212 Huntingtonford St., $10,217. Carl Going, replace two pressure balance shower valves, 681 Bachelor Road, $1,000.

Port Townsend

Robert J. Harbour and Carol L. Orazem, interior remodel/ renovation, 725 Cass St., $9,000. Richard D. Kirkham, fence, 2036 Clay St., $2,520. Lute and Lamp LLC, fence, 313 Walker St., $6,000. Margaret Mood, re-roof, 951 25th St., $0. Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County, single family residence, 1888 Eddy St., $103,925.64. Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County, single family residence, 1910 Eddy St., $87,841.91. Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County, single family residence, 1319 21st St., $103,925.64.

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Area building departments report a total of ?? building permits issued from month/dates with a total valuation of $714,858.19: Port Angeles, 12 at $127,215; Sequim, 5 at $22,300; Clallam County, 10 at $240,913; Port Townsend, 7 at $313,213.19; Jefferson County, 2 at $11,217.

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CAREGIVER: Live-in. New Job Opportunities Now Available! Room & board + salary. C o m e j o i n t h e Po r t Call 360-477-9938. Townsend Broadstripe CAREGIVERS needed. Te a m , r e c e n t l y p u r E x p. a n d c r e d e n t i a l s chased by Wave Broadpref’d. 12 hr shifts avail. band! We are currently 360-457-1644 or seeking: 360-379-6659 • Cable Broadband Technicians: Basic CNA: Must be able to installations, disconwork all shifts and weeknects and ser vice ends, requires all certifichanges. cations and LEAD AIDE • C a b l e H e a d e n d for weekends, must be Technicians: NCTI qualified. Golden Years or SCTE certification Personal Care. Call Val preferred. Respon452-3689 or 452-1566 sible for delivery of reliable, high quality COOK: Expereicned. product to customApply in person at ers! Downriggers Competitive salary and benefits package! CORRECTIONAL Semd resume/cover letOFFICER ter to hrmgr@waveOpenings at Clallam Bay broadband.com and Olympic Corrections www.wavebroadC e n t e r s. N o n - Pe r m a band.com nent On-Call. Pay starts for more information! at $15.38 hourly, plus b e n e f i t s . C l o s e s Office Manager Wanted 03/19/12. for Naturopathic Medical COOK A/C P ra c t i c e. L o o k i n g fo r At Clallam Bay Non-Per- creative and compasm a n e n t O n - C a l l . Pay sionate individual to to starts at $14.67 hourly, carry out reception serp l u s b e n e f i t s. C l o s e s vices and office man03/29/ 12. There is a 3% agement, including billtemporary salary reduc- i n g . A c c o u n t i n g & tion is in effect through Marketing encouraged. June 29, 2013 for most G o o d c o m m u n i c a t i o n state positions. Apply and ability to work indeo n - l i n e a t w w w . c a - pendently are required. reers.wa.gov. For further H r s W e d - F r i , 1 6 - 2 4 information, please call hrs/wk. Send resume to R o x a n n B e n n e t t a t drjdoolittle@msn.com (360) 963-3207. EOE. Pa r t - t i m e o f f i c e h e l p Manager for small local needed. About 20 hrs business. 30 hrs/week. week. computer, phone, Some on-call time. Good dealing w public, schedcommunication and peo- uling,processing payple skills, work ethic and ments. Work indepene n t h u s i a s m . S a l a r y d e n t l y, s e l f s t a r t e r, DOE. Resumes to: p r o fe s s i o n a l a p p e a r P.O. Box 398 ance,outgoing personPt Angeles, WA 98362. ality.call with name and contact info at: 360-477-7961

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UNITED WAY OF HOME cleaning. Metic. CLALLAM COUNTY a n d h o n e s t , ex c . r e f. Community Solutions Amie P.A (360)452-4184 Manager INVENTOR 4 hire 20 hrs. wk. $17.50 hour. Experienced. $25/hr. Coordination and devel(360)457-0505 opment of Community Solutions Initiatives. BA or equivalent work expe- L a w n / G a r d e n C a r e r ience, exper ience in E N V I O U S G R E E N S non-profit sector and Fa s t , r e l i a bl e , r e a early learning preferred. s o n a b l e r a t e s . Fa l l Must have dr iver’s li- clean-up, gutter cleancense and vehicle. See ing, weed pullunitedwayclallam.org ing/whacking, br ush for position description. clearing, debris haulSubmit letter of interest ing. Sequim/P.A. area. and resume to PO Box Local: 360-681-3521 937 Por t Angeles WA Cell: 541-420-4795 98362 by 3/23/12. EOE. LAWN MOWING 4080 Employment Mark’s Yard and Lawn. Refs. Mark 452-3076. Wanted Affordable Lawn Maintenance (360)477-1805

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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES MANAGER Responsible for supporting WEOS financial mgmt. activities and the efficient operation of admin. suppor t sr vs. including information systems, pt. accts., reception/admitting, and medical records. Bachelors degree in accounting or business admin., o r e q u i v a l e n t ex p e r. Req. Min. 5 yrs. previous office admin. and accounting exp., preferably in an agency environment. Minimum 3 years supervisory experience. Applications on: ForksHospital.org; Email to Gena at: genab@ forkshospital.org Affordable Lawn Maintenance (360)477-1805 An enthusiastic, hard working quick learner for bookkeeping duties. It is a plus if you have skill in MS Office, Gmail, and general accounting pract i c e s. A p p l i c a n t mu s t have good phone manners, 10-key by touch, and typing skills. This job is full-time, with exc e l l e n t p ay, m e d i c a l , dental, vision and pension benefits. Apply at Pe p s i - C o l a B o t t l i n g C o m p a ny, 3 1 1 S o u t h Valley Street, Port Anglees, between the hours of 12 noon and 3 p.m. Bring your resume.

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G A R AG E S a l e : S u n . , 9-3 p.m. 417 S. H St. Lots of contractor’s tools Be a part of our growing t o c h o o s e f r o m ! A l s o success! Join the only selling a camper and a locally owned and man- boat! aged mutual bank on the North Olympic Peninsu- HAY: Grass hay. $4.50 la. We have the follow- bale. (360)683-8352. ing openings: Log Home Timber • Marketing Doug Fir, 8x8” length, Coordinator 6’-30’. $8,500. • Customer (360)683-8479 Service Rep • I t e m P r o c e s s i n g MOUNTAIN BIKE: New, Clerk, part time 26” Carmel. All the exFor a job description and t r a s. Pa i d $ 9 0 0 . S e l l to apply, please visit our $300. Call Jim at website at www.ourfirst(360)775-4044 fed.com. EOE.

CHEV: ‘68 3/4 ton. V8, 4 spd. Orig. except upholstery. $2,300. 683-9394. CLOTHES DRYER General Electric. $40. 360-417-7685 M-F 360-681-4429 Sat-Sun

LAWN MOWER: John Deere X300 lawn tractor $650, Craftsman dump trailer $30, Echo SRM230 String Trimmer $110, Craftsman 42” Lawn sweeper $40. 457-0522 evenings.

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6080 Home Furnishings MAKE AN OFFER Toshiba projection TV, 61”, $200. Dining table, 7 2 ” W, r e d u c e s 4 4 ” W, $400. 6 matching chairs, $300. Full size bed and frame, $100. Day bed, with trundle, pillows, extra bedding, $300. Antique cushion chair, $50. 20’ aluminum extension ladder, $125. Stihl FS 1 1 0 R w e e d t r i m m e r, $75. (360)301-2484 Leave message.

Professional green housecleaning (360)670-3310 RENT-A-MAN Labor for hire. Inside or out. Call and we’ll talk. John 775-5586 Roses, Rhododendrons Fruit Trees, Berries Prune Weed Problem Solving Sunshine Gardening 360-452-9821 RUSSELL ANYTHING Call today 775-4570.

6010 Appliances CLOTHES DRYER General Electric. $40. 360-417-7685 M-F 360-681-4429 Sat-Sun

6050 Firearms & Ammunition GUNS FOR SALE. EAA SAR K2 4.5” barrel 45 acp 4 mags hold 14+1 adj rear sight perfect condition ideal for target/home protection $420 BULGARIAN MAKAROV 3.7” barrel 2 mags holster 9x18mm ex c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n 2 boxes ammo $220 ROMANIAN TOKAREV 7.62x25mm rounds= 1500 ft/sec 4.5”barrel 3 mags easy carr y over 500 rounds with gun excellent condition $240. Cash only. 360-809-0164 RIFLES: Norinko SKS, $350. Sportorized mauser 98, 6mm, $450. FN270, $450. Model 95 mauser, 6.5 Japanese, $325. (360)670-8918.

Olympic ESD 114 is hiring for: Family Advocate To apply: www.oesd.wednet.edu or 360.479.0993. EOE & ADA OPEN HOUSE: Completely remodeled, new kitchen/bath, 2 Br.,office, 2 car gar., fenced yd. $174,900. 420 E. 6th St., P.A. By Owner. Sunday, 1-4 p.m. P.A.: 2.5 Br., 2 ba, garage, new rugs and paint. $950. 670-6160. P.A. 506 1/2 H St. Sm. 2 br., 1 ba. $550 mo, $550 dep. 452-3423. PIGS: Weaner pigs, $70 ea. Feeder pigs (5 barrows left), $85 ea. Boars crossbred, 11-20 mos., $150 ea. (360)775-6552.

DRIVEWAY GRAVEL 5 yard loads delivered. $140. 360-461-2767.

PARTY ENTERTAINER. Add a Special To u c h t o y o u r B i g Event. Fun Energetic. CHARLIE FERRIS VO C A L I S T / E N T E R TAINER! 250+ shows. Many Refs/Recs. 50’s/ 60’s/70’s more. www.charlieferris.com Fast Friendly quote 360 460-4298

SEQUIM: Newly remodeled 1,300 sf, 2 Br., 2 ba in senior park. $24,000. Call Eleana 582-9330

Private collector buying Colt pistols. (360)4779121 Professional green housecleaning. (360)670-3310

Scholarship/Job Training Coordinator Ja m e s t ow n S ’ K l a l l a m Tribe seeks experienced coordinator to implement e d u c a t i o n , t ra i n i n g & w o r k ex p. p r o g r a m s , provide college scholarship assistance & coordinate academic internships. Requires AA in social service or related field; BA in psychology, human services, career counseling or related area pref.; 3 yrs exp in higher ed, strong knowledge of college application, scholarship, financial aid processes; good written communication, organizational, computer & cultural competency skills. Indian preference. Full-time; benefits. 360681-4626. Apply: http://jamestown tribe.iapplicants.com/

The Port of Port Townsend is accepting applications for the position of Finance Director/Auditor. This is a full time position with benefits. This position is par t of the senior management team and reports to the Executive Director and Po r t C o m m i s s i o n e r s . The position is responsible for management and supervision of the Po r t ’s a c c o u n t i n g , f i nance, internal control, investments, financial planning, budget preparation, annual repor t, information systems, risk management, and human resources. A BA degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or equivalent is required. A complete application packet and position description is available at the Port Administration Office, PO Box 1180, 375 Hudson St, Port Townsend, WA, or online at www.portofpt.com. For more infor mation call Larr y Crockett at (360) 3850656. Applications are due April 6, 2012. The Port is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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M I S C : 3 bl a ck c u s h ioned swivel stools, 28” H, 17” dia, $200. 3 glass top hand crafted rolling coffee tables, $200. Poulan Pro 7.0 hp, 21” cut, self propelled lawn mower, $100. Wine rack, 3 glass qt liquor containers, $40. 301-2484.

Tearing down shop, selling 18x6” 31’ I-beam $900/obo, and 11’4” rise s t e e l s p i ra l s t a i r c a s e $ 6 0 0 / o b o. W i l l a s s i s t with loading but both yo u - h a u l . To d d t d u m die@yahoo.com best, or 452-5290 hard to get. U-Line free standing home ice maker. $400. (360)683-3967 UTILITY TRAILER: 4 yrs. old, ramps, brand new tires, used to haul quad but has many purposes. $1,500. 452-3213

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MOVING Sale: Washer, d r ye r, r e c l i n i n g s o fa , Women’s plus size clothing and coats, Antique dresser w/mirror, set of 6 antique oak dining chairs, collectibles, computer armoire, oak enter6115 Sporting t a i n m e n t c e n t e r, s c i Goods fi/fantasy books, fiesta ware, vinyl lattice and BOWFLEX ELITE much, much more. Sat$1,000 new, comes with urday and Sunday 10 to dust. Will deliver. Asking 3. 2204 S. Laurel St. $450. (360)457-7311.

P I A N O : We b e r B a b y Grand, ebony finish, pristine, new condition. $5,495/obo. (360)582-3082

BUYING FIREARMS Any and All - Top $ Paid. One or Entire Collection. 360-477-9659 FISHING GEAR: Satisfy your fishing fantasies with: Sage 9’ 2-piece fly rod, 10 weight, graphite 3 RPLX, $300. Temple Fork 14’ 4-piece Spey fly rod, 9 weight, $150. Both rods like new. (360)457-4288 Gun & Knife Show March 17-18 Ocean Shores Convention Center Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-3 Adm. $6 1-800-659-3440 www.Collectors West.com

The Port of Port Townsend is soliciting proposals for taking over the operation of the restaurant at Point Hudson formerly known as T’s Restaurant. This 3000-square foot facility was renovated in 2008/09 specifically to be one of Por t Townsend’s premier restaurant sites. Because there has been so much interest in this facility, formal proposals from qualified individuals and companies will be accepted until March 23, 2012 at 4PM. Proposal details can be found by going to t h e Po r t ’s we b s i t e www.portofpt.com, clicking on “Port Information” / “Request for Proposals”, or by calling (360) 385-0656. TRANSIT OPERATOR Applications now being accepted for TRANSIT OPERATOR (Por t Angeles Base) with Clallam Transit System. 40-hour work week not guaranteed. $17.76 per hour AFTER COMPLETION OF TRAINING. Excellent benefits. Job description and application available at CTS Administration Office, 830 W. Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles, WA 98363. 360-452-1315, or online at clallamtransit.com. A number of eligible candidates may be retained on a next hire l i s t fo r Po r t A n g e l e s base for six months. APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN 4:00 p.m., March 23, 2012. AA/EOE.

A N N UA L G a r ag e Sale: 3511 S CRITCHF I E L D R D. S AT & SUN (1/2 OFF) 9-3. Nice Antiques: Koken Barber chair, Ducan Phyfe style dining set, oak roll top desk, Czech china set, Singer treadle. NEW ITEMS: 8000 lb truck winch, Hoover Wind Tu n n e l A n n i ve r s a r y Edition vac, WII Cons o l e N I B. OT H E R ITEMS:Patio heater, Gun cabinet, ammo,sewing table, Day bed, Inversion table, Rowing machine, Diamond Plate truck tool box, Tools, bookcase, L g s i ze c l o t h e s, t o o many items to list. FREE COFFEE. 10% of Proceeds to O.P.Humane Society. NO EARLY BIRDS G A R AG E S a l e : S u n . , 9-3 p.m. 417 S. H St. Lots of contractor’s tools to choose from! Also selling a camper and a boat!

Palomino Shetland/Mini For Sale. Angel is a perfe c t fa m i l y p o n y. We bought her for our 3 girls to learn to ride on. Our 2 y r. o l d g o e s o u t a n d feeds her. She comes with 2 child western saddles, 2 br idals and 1 pony blanket. $750. (360)457-8999

GRASS HAY: $2.50 per bale. (360)460-0462, after 5 p.m. G R A S S H AY: $ 4 . 5 0 bale. 360-452-8713 or 360-808-1842 HAY: Good quality grass hay. $5.50 bale. 360-461-5804 HAY: Grass hay. $4.50 bale. (360)683-8352.

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HARLEY DAVIDSON ‘01 Road King FLHRI 4,950 miles! Fuel-Injection, removable windshield, foot pegs, back rest,hard saddle bags, foot boards, heel-shift, oval-tip pipes,and many other extras. $10,900. 360-808-4176

YAMAHA: ‘07 TW 200. 1,050 mi., saddle bags 5 T H W H E E L : ‘ 9 4 2 9 ’ and Versahaul carrier. Fleetwood Prowler 5th $2,500. 360-477-9339. Wheel. Used, but in good condition. Plenty of room for multiple people. 9030 Aviation Has ever ything you’ll need for a comfortable vacation. $4,500/obo. Call Kim after 6 p.m. at 360-460-2634 SAFARI SERENGETI: Ivory Edition, 1997 40’ D i e s e l P u s h e r, p r o f. decorated, low miles, lg. slide. $69,500. For info & photos, contact: U LT R A L I T E : Av e n g PLPatt2@yahoo.com er/Hurricane, 503 Rotax or 360-683-2838 engine, low hours, 10 gal. tank, new tires, 4 yr. old sails, always han9832 Tents & gered, full instruments Travel Trailers i n c l u d i n g C H T, E G T, CARGO TRAILER: 16’ RPM, airspeed recording Mirage ‘07. Tool cabs G meter, hr meter, hybuilt in. Great tires, few draulic disc brakes, baldings. $3,200. 683-3219. l i s t i c c h u t e s. $ 8 , 5 0 0 / obo. 360-374-2668 or T E N T T R A I L E R : ‘ 0 8 360-640-1498 ask for R o c k w o o d Fr e e d o m , Carl. used twice. $6,000. (360)681-2329 9740 Auto Service

Immediate sales position is open at Wilder Toyota. If you are looking for a positive career change, like working with people and are income motivated, this could be for you. Whether you have sold cars or not, we have an extensive training program for your success. Some retail sales experience is a plus! Joining the Wilder Team has great benefits: 401(k), medical and dental insurance, vacations and a great work schedule. Guaranteed income while you learn. Call Rick or Don for an appt. 457-8511.

FORD: ‘00 Exporer XLS. 4WD, auto, V6, 4.0L, great condition, 170K. $2,800. (360)417-9137.

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NISSAN: ‘01 Altima GXE 4 door. 65K, auto. $6,500. (360)683-3015. OLDS: ‘85 Cutlass Supreme. 72+K mi., 3.8L. $2,500. (360)461-4194.

P O N T I AC : ‘ 8 6 F i e r o. 91K miles, well taken care of. Great Gift! Collector’s item! Good mpg! $3,000. 775-9754.

PONTIAC: ‘96 Boneville SE. Looks and runs BU I C K : ‘ 9 5 L e S a b r e. g r e a t , a l l o p t i o n s . Leather interior, power $1,600/obo. 670-2092. seats and windows, cruise control. $3,500. SATURN ‘02 SL1 Chris (360)683-8119 SEDAN 97K original miles! 1.9 liBU I C K : ‘ 9 7 L e S a b r e. ter SOHC 4 cylinder, auLeather, power int. to, loaded! White exteri$2,500. (360)452-5572. or in great condition! CADILLAC: ‘97. 108 K Gray cloth inter ior in great shape! Power winmiles. Runs great. dows, power door locks, $3,500. 360-797-4843. power mirrors, cruise, CHEV ‘09 MALIBU LS tilt, CD, dual airbags, 4-DOOR t i n t e d w i n d ow s, l o c a l Economical 2.4 liter 4 trade-in! Great little 34 c y l i n d e r , a u t o , a i r , mpg car at our no hagcruise, tilt, AM/FM CD, gle price of only key l e s s e n t r y, p ow e r $3,995 windows, locks and seat, Carpenter Auto Center OnStar ready, side air681-5090 bags, balance of factory 5 / 1 0 0 w a r r a n t y, o n l y SATURN: ‘96 SL wagon. 25,000 miles, very very Auto, body/interior excelclean 1 owner corporate lent, needs mechanical lease return, non-smok- work. $900. 457-3425. er, spotless Carfax reSCION (TOYOTA) ‘07 port, EPA rated estimatTC COUPE e d 3 1 m p g h w y. Ju s t Economical 2.4 liter 4 reduced! c y l i n d e r, a u t o, a i r, $14,995 cruise, tilt, AM/FM CD, REID & JOHNSON power windows and MOTORS 457-9663 locks, power moonroof, reidandjohnson.com alloy wheels, side airCHEV: ‘84 El Camino bags, only 4,000 miles, C o n q u i s t a . N ew ex a - very very clean local car, haust, shocks, starter. n o n - s m o ke r, s e n i o r $1,300. (360)452-2575. o w n e d , g a r a g e ke p t , truey like new condition. CHRYSLER: ‘04 Cross- Spotless Carfax report, fire, 80K, 6 sp, excellent. EPA rated estimated 30 $12,000. 452-8092. mpg hwy. $14,995 DODGE ‘06 STRATUS REID & JOHNSON SXT MOTORS 457-9663 Economical 2.7 liter V6, reidandjohnson.com a u t o, a i r, c r u i s e, t i l t , AM/FM CD, power windows and locks, keyless SUBARU: ‘92 Legacy entry, side airbags, only wagon. Needs love! $500. (360)461-3980. 31,000 miles, very very c l e a n 1 - ow n e r U. S. VOLVO: 2001 Volvo S4. Gov’t lease return. Nonsmoker, spotless Carfax Fo r S a l e : 2 0 0 1 Vo l vo report, EPA rated esti- S4. Black 4 door. Sunmated 28 mpg hwy just roof. 97K miles. Excellent condition! Carefully reduced. maintained. $4,000 or $9,995 best reasonable offer. REID & JOHNSON Call 360-385-6386. MOTORS 457-9663 reidandjohnson.com VW: ‘84 Rabbit. 2 door DODGE: ‘96 Intrepid. auto, reliable, 40 mpg, on local rebuilt engine. Runs great! $1,800/obo. $2,500/obo. 457-4577. (360)461-3980

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CHEV: ‘58 Bel Aire sport coupe, 350 cu, 3 spd, n e w s t u f f , n i c e c a r. $15,000. (360)504-2440

SUZUKI: ‘03 DRZ 400 Dual Spor t. Excellent shape, lots of upgrades, s e r v i c e d r e g u l a r l y. $2,900. 683-8027.

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FIAT: ‘80 conver tible. Needs a loving owner. $1,500. (360)582-7727.

FORD: ‘07 Mustang convertible. Mint condition, low mi., spoilers, side air bags, always garaged. $26,000. 683-5682 or (541)980-5210 cell CHEV: ‘68 3/4 ton. V8, 4 9050 Marine spd. Orig. except upholMiscellaneous FORD: ‘54 Victoria. New stery. $2,300. 683-9394. 302/4 speed $15,000/ B OAT / T R A I L E R : 2 4 ’ obo. 360-504-5664. FORD: ‘23 T Bucket. Road Runner trailer, tanFiberglass body, 350 FORD: ‘64 1/2 Mustang. dem axle, serge brakes, fully galvanized, 8,500 C h ev e n g i n e, a u t o, Has not been restored. lb. rated, excellent cond, wheelie bars. $14,000. $3,500. 670-6100 or 457-6906. comes with 24’ cuddy (360)477-1777 before c a b i n S e a b i r d , 3 8 3 7 p.m. HONDA ‘07 CIVIC LX Chev. I/O, 20 hp electric 4-DOOR start kicker, electronics, FORD: ‘27 T Bucket. downriggers and more. Blower, new brakes Economical 1.8 liter 4 First $4,000. 797-7446. and wiring, all steel c y l i n d e r , a u t o , a i r , body. $17,500. Before cruise, tilt, AM/FM CD, D U R A B OAT: ‘ 0 8 1 4 ’ 7 p.m. (360)477-1777. key l e s s e n t r y, p ow e r aluminum. 9.9 Johnson, windows and locks, side trailer. $1,500. FORD: ‘28 2 dr sedan, a i r b a g s, o n l y 2 9 , 0 0 0 360-580-1741 restored in 1980, + parts miles, very very clean 1 $15,000/obo. 452-8092. owner corporate lease DURABOAT: 14’ 20 hp r e t u r n , n o n - s m o k e r, Merc less than 20 hrs., FORD: ‘51 2 dr, orig., 6 spotless Carfax report. xtras. $3,200. 452-8092. cyl., needs restoration, 3 EPA rated estimated 40 sp. $2,000. 452-8092. mpg hwy. D U R O B OAT: 1 2 ’ . 1 5 $14,995 and 6 hp Evinrudes, Cal- F O R D : ‘ 5 4 F 7 w a t e r REID & JOHNSON kins trailer. $1,500. 683- truck, 283, restored, 2x4 MOTORS 457-9663 6748. spd. $3,500. 452-8092. reidandjohnson.com OLYMPIC: ‘98 22’ Re- NASH: ‘47. 4 dr suicide d o o r s. S e e t o a p p r e - J AG UA R : ‘ 9 0 X J S sorter. 200 hp Evinrude. ciate! $1,000. 670-8285. Coupe. Black, tan int., $22,000/obo. 477-5568. only 42K mi., car is PONTIAC: ‘78 Firebird like brand new in/out, YA M A H A : ‘ 0 9 R h i n o Sport ATV 700. Excel- Formula. California car, mechanically. $11,750 no rust. $5,500. Call John, Euro Auto lent cond., $8,500. 360-457-6540 Works: 683-3876. 670-6100 or 457-6906. VW: ‘85 Westfalia Vanagon camper. Good cond. $7,500/obo. (360)385-4680

H O N DA : ‘ 0 5 C R 8 5 R . Low hours, never raced. $1,500/trade. 360-460-6148 LABS: 1 black male, 3 yrs old. 1 yellow female, HONDA: ‘82 XR200R. 4 yrs old. Both purebred. Runs good, looks fair. $100 for both. $575. 683-9071. (360)301-6990 QUAD: ‘07 Yamaha 700 MINI POODLES Raptor. Like new, extras. Adorable Mini Poodles $5,500 firm. 452-3213. looking for there forever home. 9 weeks old, par- SCOOTER: Honda Rety colors apricot/white. 4 flex, side car, helmets. boys left star ted potty $3,500. (806)778-2797. training. Mom and dad on site, very loving $290. SUZUKI: ‘02 DRZ 400 Janet at 360-808-0105. d u a l s p o r t . Ve r y l o w miles, super clean, extras. $3,750. 9820 Motorhomes 360-457-8556 360-460-0733

TRAILER: ‘03 29’ Terry. Dbl door, front Br., large slide, great for living or pulling. $9,200. AKC show quality, Stan457-9038 dard Poodle puppies. Born 11.11.11, 1 black & EMAIL US AT 3 w h i t e . $ 6 9 5 a n d classified@peninsula up/cash. Thurs or weekdailynews.com ends 360.582.7203

PARTS: ‘73 Dodge Slant 6 engine and transmission. $300. Chevy MSD ignition 6AL, complete, $300. (360)457-6540.

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MOUNTAIN BIKE: New, 26” Carmel. All the ext r a s. Pa i d $ 9 0 0 . S e l l REFRIGERATOR: True $300. Call Jim at (360)775-4044 commercial, single door, almost new, perfect conWANTED: Guns. One or dition. $1,200/obo. whole collection. New (360)457-7774 and old, but older the RIDING MOWERS: Re- b e t t e r. E s t a t e s e t t l e conditioned for mowing ments. Call 452-1016. s e a s o n . M u r r ay w i d e 6140 Wanted body, 12 hp, 38” cut, $ 4 0 0 . Tu r f P o w e r b y & Trades NTD, 12 hp, twin bagg e r , 4 2 ” c u t , $ 5 5 0 . BOOKS WANTED! We Craftsman 42” cut, 19 love books, we’ll buy hp, $500. In Sequim. yours. 457-9789. (206)940-1849 Private collector buying ROCK AND FOSSIL Colt pistols. collection. Private, 50 (360)4779121 years, extensive, commercially desirable varie6135 Yard & ty. $2,500, negotiable. Garden (360)452-8816 evenings for appointment. CURB-KING: Dual auSCOOTER: Go Go Elite ger landscape curbing Traveler. Almost new. e q u i p m e n t , 3 s t a m p s (cobblestone, brick, $720. (360)797-1776. stone) complete with sod SEWING MACHINE remover and mixer on Montgomery Ward con- trailer. $4,500 firm. vertible bed sewing ma(480)540-8173 chine. Model UHT J LONG DISTANCE 1414 in wood cabinet. No Problem! Both excellent condition. Includes all par ts and manual. Recently ser- Peninsula Classified 1-800-826-7714 viced. Used very little. $90. Susan 460-0575.

Stand Assist Lift. For Sale. Invacare RPS350I. Bought new June 2011. Excellent condition. Includes extra batter y, wall charger and LOVE SEAT: Stressless large transport sling. We ROCKER RECLINER Red microfiber, in good brand, less than 1 yr. are asking $1,800/obo .If shape. Paid over $700 old, double ottoman with interested contact us at table, new condition. new. Asking $300/obo. Richandrae@wave$3,250. 360-457-6887 (360)681-3299 cable.com

STORAGE UNITS SALE BANK FOREC L O S I N G E V E R YTHING MUST GO: Fri & Sat 9-5, Sun 9-2. 22 Collins & Seq Dungeness by 3 Crabs. Area rugs, furniture, ArtDeco buffet, dressers, Shoeshine chair, A/C, Vintage items, CB Radio, shotgun, Porch sw i n g , M a t t r e s s e s , Mirrors, 2005 Chevy PU (no kid stuff) Ca$h only.

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FIREWOOD: Seasoned, SPINGFIELD M1A all types. $200 delivered. Scope, mount, bipod. 360-477-8832 Serious inquiries ONLY. $1,800. (360)775-0434. GENERATOR/WELDER Lincoln Ranger 8, 8,000 6055 Firewood, watt, 115 or 230 volt, motor Onan, used 51 Fuel & Stoves hrs. Asking $2,500. FIREWOOD: $179 deliv- (360)681-2519. ered Sequim-P.A. True GOLF CART: Yamaha, cord. 3 cord special for 1989, electric, good $499. Credit card actires, heater, blinkers, cepted. 360-582-7910. headlights. $500/obo www.portangeles (360)477-8311 firewood.com LAWN MOWER: Crafts6080 Home man Professional with electric star t. 21” cut, Furnishings caster front wheels, self CHINA CABINET: Early propelled mulcher. PurAmerican, dark maple chased new Sept. 2010. $225. (360)681-7790. finish. 50”Wx78”H. Excellent condition. $195. LAWN MOWER: John (360)681-7418 Deere X300 lawn tractor Couch, love seat, cof- $650, Craftsman dump fee/end table. Matching t r a i l e r $ 3 0 , E c h o couch, love seat otto- SRM230 String Trimmer man. $650. Coffee table $ 1 1 0 , C r a f t s m a n 4 2 ” 2 end tables $250. Xlnt Lawn sweeper $40. 457-0522 evenings. cond. Email pics. 360-683-1316 Log Home Timber F U TO N S : B l a c k a n d Doug Fir, 8x8” length, metal, $40. Wood and 6’-30’. $8,500. (360)683-8479 beige, $50. 683-8119.

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MISC: Brother Intellifax and toner, $65. Computer chair, $20. Ceramic heater, $15. Food Saver and bags, $65. (2) TV’s, MISC: 10 beds, all sizes, $25. Brother sewing ma$50-$100 ea. 3 sofas, chine, $45. Epson scan$50 ea. 5 recliners, $50 ner, $45. Antique silverplate, $1 ea/obo. ea. (360)461-4084. (360)437-7846 MISC: (2) Tiffany style side lamps, $65. Antique MISC: EverGo portable c a n e d c h a i r , $ 1 2 5 . ox y g e n c o n c e n t r a t o r. 1 9 3 0 s c r a c k l e t o p N ew, $ 2 , 9 0 0 . A s k i n g c h r o m e t a b l e , $ 1 9 5 . $1,000. Nebulizer, $25. (360)683-4897 Queen sofa bed, mint, $195. White wicker wing MISC: Schwinn recumchair, $45. 1950s 2 tier bent and Airdyne exerparchment shade lamps, cise machines, like new, $95 ea. (360)437-7846. $600 for both. Antique Stromberg and Carlson MISC: Kitchen table and o a k wa l l p h o n e, ve r y chairs, from Ashley Fur- nice, all original. $350. niture, excellent condi(360)457-6845 tion, too big for my home, $450/obo to good MISC: Sofa, $100. Osh o m e . 2 h i g h b a c k mosis water system, peach living room chairs, $100. Trucker antennae, $20 both. (360)457-6584 $50. Dresser, $45. Lg propane BBQ, $100. 6 M I S C : N a v y c o l o r e d pc. wicker outdoor furnileather sofa and love ture, $25. Rocking chair, seat, good condition, $25. Swivel rocker, $25. $550. Double recliner, Sit down walker, $75. beige/navy plaid, good (360)791-3402 condition, $200. (360)379-1099 MISC: Stihl 64 power saw, $300. 54 caliber QUALITY FURNITURE Hawkins muzzle loader, C h e r r y t a b l e w i t h 8 $200. (360)457-7146. chairs, $500. Matching MOBILITY SCOOTER cherry hutch, $150. Slate and cherry coffee Guardian Microlite Ruby, table, $100. (4) 32” bar- electric, used twice, purstools with backs, $300. chased new for $1,400. 2 oak night stands, $25 Has new battery, used ea. Upright freezer, $50. twice. $750/obo. Call for F u t o n , $ 1 5 0 . N o r d i c - details (360)683-3056 Track treadmill, $200. or (360)683-8560 Beige leather sofa and MOBILITY SCOOTER love seat, $500. 3 piece c h e r r y e n t e r t a i n m e n t Rascal 600 Model, red, almost new, new battercenter, $200. 461-9014. ies, 2 baskets. $995. 452-5303.

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9931 Legal Notices 9931 Legal Notices 9931 Legal Notices Clallam County Clallam County Clallam County File No.: 7069.25793 Grantors: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC Grantee: Sharon M. Psenak, as her separate estate Ref to DOT Auditor File No.: 2007-1210616 Tax Parcel ID No.: 033034 239050 Abbreviated Legal: Notice of Trustee’s Sale Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. I. On April 13, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. inside the main lobby of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 East 4th Street in the City of Port Angeles, State of Washington, the undersigned Trustee (subject to any conditions imposed by the Trustee) will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at time of sale, the following described real property “Property”, situated in the County(ies) of Clallam, State of Washington: Lot 1 of Dunker Short Plat recorded July 24, 1992 in Volume 23 of Short Plats, Page 87, under Auditor’s File No. 671779, being a portion of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 34, Township 30 North, Range 3 West, W.M., Clallam County, Washington, described as Parcel 4 as delineated on Survey, recorded on April 8, 1982 in Volume 7 of Surveys, Page 72, under Auditor’s File No. 529606. Situate in the County of Clallam, State of Washington. Commonly known as: 575 Palo Alto Road Sequim, WA 98382 which is subject to that certain Deed of Trust dated 10/10/07, recorded on 10/15/07, under Auditor’s File No. 2007-1210616, records of Clallam County, Washington, from Sharon M. Psenak, as her separate estate, as Grantor, to Clallam Title Company, as Trustee, to secure an obligation “Obligation” in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. “MERS” as nominee of Lender, its successors and assigns, as Beneficiary, the beneficial interest in which was assigned by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. “MERS” as nominee of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp, its successors and assigns to Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, under an Assignment/Successive Assignments recorded under Auditor’s File No. 2012-1274148. *The Tax Parcel ID number and Abbreviated Legal Description are provided solely to comply with the recording statutes and are not intended to supplement, amend or supersede the Property’s full legal description provided herein. II. No action commenced by the Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust is now pending to seek satisfaction of the Obligation in any Court by reason of the Grantor’s or Borrower’s default on the Obligation. III. The Beneficiary alleges default of the Deed of Trust for failure to pay the following amounts now in arrears and/or other defaults: Amount due to reinstate by 01/04/2012 Monthly Payments $29,393.10 Late Charges $1,054.32 Lender’s Fees & Costs $59.08 Total Arrearage $30,506.50 Trustee’s Expenses (Itemization) Trustee’s Fee $775.00 Title Report $1,121.94 Statutory Mailings $29.28 Recording Costs $14.00 Postings $47.50 Sale Costs $0.00 Total Costs $1,987.72 Total Amount Due: $32,494.22 Other known defaults as follows: IV. The sum owing on the Obligation is: Principal Balance of $399,745.62, together with interest as provided in the note or other instrument evidencing the Obligation from 04/01/11, and such other costs and fees as are due under the Obligation, and as are provided by statute. V. The Property will be sold to satisfy the expense of sale and the Obligation as provided by statute. The sale will be made without representation or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession, encumbrances or condition of the Property on April 13, 2012. The default(s) referred to in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances costs and fees thereafter due, must be cured by 04/02/12 (11 days before the sale date), to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any time before the close of the Trustee’s business on 04/02/12 (11 days before the sale date), the default(s) as set forth in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances, costs and fees thereafter due, is/are cured and the Trustee’s fees and costs are paid. The sale may be terminated any time after 04/02/12 (11 days before the sale date), and before the sale by the Borrower, Grantor, any Guarantor or the holder of any recorded junior lien or encumbrance paying the entire balance of principal and interest secured by the Deed of Trust, plus costs, fees, and advances, if any made pursuant to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of Trust. VI. A written notice of default was transmitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to the Borrower and Grantor at the following address(es): NAME AND ADDRESS Sharon M. Psenak 573 Palo Alto Road Sequim, WA 98382 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Sharon M. Psenak 573 Palo Alto Road Sequim, WA 98382 Sharon M. Psenak PO Box 2604 Sequim, WA 98382-2604 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Sharon M. Psenak PO Box 2604 Sequim, WA 98382-2604 Sharon M. Psenak 575 Palo Alto Road Sequim, WA 98382 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Sharon M. Psenak 575 Palo Alto Road Sequim, WA 98382 by both first class and either certified mail, return receipt requested on 11/23/11, proof of which is in the possession of the Trustee; and on 11/25/11 Grantor and Borrower were personally served with said written notice of default or the written notice of default was posted on a conspicuous place on the real property described in paragraph I above, and the Trustee has possession of proof of such service or posting. VII. The Trustee, whose name and address are set forth below, will provide in writing to anyone requesting it a statement of all foreclosure costs and trustee’s fees due at any time prior to the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive the Grantor and all those who hold by, through or under the Grantor of all their right, title and interest in the Property. IX. Anyone having any objection to the sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS OR TENANTS - The purchaser at the Trustee’s Sale is entitled to possession of the property on the 20th day following the sale, as against the Grantor under the Deed of Trust (the owner) and anyone having an interest junior to the deed of trust, including occupants who are not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale the purchaser has the right to evict occupants who are not tenants by summary proceedings under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant with written notice in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. The trustee’s rules of auction may be accessed at www.northwesttrustee.com and are incorporated by this reference. You may also access sale status at www.northwesttrustee.com and www.USA-Foreclosure.com. EFFECTIVE: 01/04/2012 Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., Trustee Authorized Signature P.O. BOX 997 Bellevue, WA 98009-0997 Contact: Vonnie McElligott (425) 586-1900. (TS# 7069.25793) 1002.205038-File Pub: March 11, April 1, 2012 Legal No. 370898

Classified 9931 Legal Notices 9931 Legal Notices 9932 Port Angeles 9932 Port Angeles Clallam County Clallam County Legals Legals File No.: 8318.20089 Grantors: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. Sound Community Bank Grantee: Victor K. Quinet and Patricia A. Neal Quinet, husband and wife Ref to DOT Auditor File No.: 2008-1222627 Tax Parcel ID No.: 043003-520020 Abbreviated Legal: LT 2, MOUNTAIN VISTA II, VOL. 6, PG. 73 Notice of Trustee’s Sale Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. I. On April 13, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. inside the main lobby of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 East 4th Street in the City of Port Angeles, State of Washington, the undersigned Trustee (subject to any conditions imposed by the Trustee) will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at time of sale, the following described real property “Property”, situated in the County(ies) of Clallam, State of Washington: Lot 2 of Mountain Vista II as per plat thereof recorded in Volume 6 of Plats, page 73, records of Clallam County, Washington. Situate in the County of Clallam, State of Washington. More accurately described as: Lot 2, Mountain Vista II, according to the Plat thereof filed in Volume 6 of Plats at Page(s) 73, records of Clallam County, Washington. Situate in the County of Clallam, State of Washington. Commonly known as: 171 Meadowlark Lane Sequim, WA 98382 which is subject to that certain Deed of Trust dated 06/12/08, recorded on 06/17/08, under Auditor’s File No. 2008-1222627, records of Clallam County, Washington, from Victor K. Quinet and Patricia A. Neal Quinet, husband and wife, as Grantor, to Clallam Title Company, as Trustee, to secure an obligation “Obligation” in favor of Sound Community Bank, as Beneficiary. *The Tax Parcel ID number and Abbreviated Legal Description are provided solely to comply with the recording statutes and are not intended to supplement, amend or supersede the Property’s full legal description provided herein. II. No action commenced by the Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust is now pending to seek satisfaction of the Obligation in any Court by reason of the Grantor’s or Borrower’s default on the Obligation. III. The Beneficiary alleges default of the Deed of Trust for failure to pay the following amounts now in arrears and/or other defaults: Amount due to reinstate by 01/11/2012 Monthly Payments $6,330.31 Late Charges $633.05 Total Arrearage $6,963.36 Trustee’s Expenses (Itemization) Trustee’s Fee $675.00 Title Report $653.65 Statutory Mailings $9.76 Recording Costs $14.00 Postings $70.00 Total Costs $1,422.41 Total Amount Due: $8,385.77 Other known defaults as follows: IV. The sum owing on the Obligation is: Principal Balance of $155,940.89, together with interest as provided in the note or other instrument evidencing the Obligation from 04/25/11, and such other costs and fees as are due under the Obligation, and as are provided by statute. V. The Property will be sold to satisfy the expense of sale and the Obligation as provided by statute. The sale will be made without representation or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession, encumbrances or condition of the Property on April 13, 2012. The default(s) referred to in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances costs and fees thereafter due, must be cured by 04/02/12 (11 days before the sale date), to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any time before the close of the Trustee’s business on 04/02/12 (11 days before the sale date), the default(s) as set forth in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances, costs and fees thereafter due, is/are cured and the Trustee’s fees and costs are paid. The sale may be terminated any time after 04/02/12 (11 days before the sale date), and before the sale by the Borrower, Grantor, any Guarantor or the holder of any recorded junior lien or encumbrance paying the entire balance of principal and interest secured by the Deed of Trust, plus costs, fees, and advances, if any made pursuant to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of Trust. VI. A written notice of default was transmitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to the Borrower and Grantor at the following address(es): NAME AND ADDRESS Patricia A. Neal Quinet 171 Meadowlark Lane Sequim, WA 98382 Victor K. Quinet 171 Meadowlark Lane Sequim, WA 98382 by both first class and either certified mail, return receipt requested on 11/22/11, proof of which is in the possession of the Trustee; and on 11/23/11 Grantor and Borrower were personally served with said written notice of default or the written notice of default was posted on a conspicuous place on the real property described in paragraph I above, and the Trustee has possession of proof of such service or posting. VII. The Trustee, whose name and address are set forth below, will provide in writing to anyone requesting it a statement of all foreclosure costs and trustee’s fees due at any time prior to the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive the Grantor and all those who hold by, through or under the Grantor of all their right, title and interest in the Property. IX. Anyone having any objection to the sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS OR TENANTS - The purchaser at the Trustee’s Sale is entitled to possession of the property on the 20th day following the sale, as against the Grantor under the Deed of Trust (the owner) and anyone having an interest junior to the deed of trust, including occupants who are not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale the purchaser has the right to evict occupants who are not tenants by summary proceedings under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant with written notice in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. The trustee’s rules of auction may be accessed at www.northwesttrustee.com and are incorporated by this reference. You may also access sale status at www.northwesttrustee.com and www.USA-Foreclosure.com. EFFECTIVE: 01/11/2012 Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., Trustee Authorized Signature P.O. BOX 997 Bellevue, WA 98009-0997 Contact: Winston Khan (425) 586-1900. (TS# 8318.20089) 1002.204991-File Pub: March 11, April 1, 2012 NOTICE OF PUBLIC BID

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Notice is hereby given that Clallam County Fire Protection District No. 4 is accepting sealed bids for the following item: 1985 Ford 35C VIN IFDKE30LXFHA87496 Item offered AS IS. No warranties, expressed or implied, are made. Item is available for inspection by calling 360-928-3132 for an appointment from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. A cashiers check or money order for 100 percent of the bid price must accompany the sealed bid. Return completed bid form by March 28, 2012, indicating on the outside of the envelope “Surplus Sale” to: Clallam County FPD No.4 P O Box 106 Joyce, Washington 98343 Bids will be accepted until 5:30 p.m. on March 28, 2012 at Joyce Fire Station 1. Bid opening will be held on March 28, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. at the Joyce Fire Station 1. Award will be made on March 28, 2012 and transfer of title and/or ownership will be made upon award. Vehicle must be removed by April 30, 2012

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NO. 12-4-00081-6 PRO- NOTICE OF SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF BATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 BUDGET MEETING THE STATE OF WASHINGTON The personal representative named below has IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLALLAM been appointed as personal representative of this Notice is hereby given Clallam County will adopt by In Re the Estate of: estate. Any person having a claim against the de- Resolution of the Board supplemental budget apDOROTHY D. DULIS, cedent must, before the time the claim would be propriations pursuant to RCW 36.40.100, at 10 a.m. Deceased. barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limita- on March 27, 2011 in the Commissioners’ Meeting The personal representative named below has tions, present the claim in the manner as provided Room (160), Clallam County Courthouse, 223 East been appointed as personal representative of this in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the 4th Street, Port Angeles, for the following: estate. Any person having a claim against the dece- personal representative or the personal representadent must, before the time the claim would be tive’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of Health and Human Services, Operations - Receipt barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limita- the claim and filing the original of the claim with the of funding from the Department of Health/$7,864 tions, present the claim in the manner as provided court in which the probate proceedings were com- Health and Human Services, Environmental Health in RCW 11.40.070, by serving on or mailing to the menced. The claim must be presented within the - Receipt of funding from the Depar tment of personal representative or the personal representa- later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal represen- Health/$52,200 tive’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of tative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as Health and Human Services, Alcohol/Drug Abuse the claim and filing the original of the claim with the provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four • Receipt of funding from the Depar tment of court in which the probate proceedings were com- months after the date of first publication of the noHealth/$3,392 menced. The claim must be presented within the tice. If the claim is not presented within this time • Receipt of funding through to Department of later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal represen- frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherS o c i a l a n d H e a l t h S e r v i c e s WA C A R E S tative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as wise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. grant/$51,100 provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four This bar is effective as to claims against both the Sheriff’s Operations months after the date of first publication of the no- decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. • Receipt of funding from the Jamestown S’Klaltice. If the claim is not presented within this time Date of First Publication: March 11, 2012 lam Tribe/$113,762 frame, the claim is forever barred, except as other Personal Representative: Joseph H. Michalczik, • Receipt of funding from the Washington Assowise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. Attorney for Personal Representative: ciation of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs/$2,800 This bar is effective as to claims against both the Stephen C. Moriarty, WSBA #18810 Sheriff’s Equipment Reserve - Receipt for funding decedent’s probate and non-probate assets. Address for mailing or service: from the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe/$49,100 Date of First Publication: March 4, 2012 PLATT IRWIN LAW FIRM Sheriff’s Emergency Services - Receipt of grant Personal Representative: Beverly H. Dulis 403 S. Peabody, Port Angeles, WA 98362 from the Washington State Military Department Attorney for Personal Representative: (360) 457-3327 Emergency Management Division and US DepartDavid V. Johnson Court of Probate Proceedings: ment of Transportation/$8,000 Address for Mailing or Service: Clallam County Superior Court JOHNSON RUTZ & TASSIE Probate Cause Number: 12-4-00081-6 Copies of the budget change forms may be viewed 804 South Oak Street Pub: March 11, 18, 25, 2012 at the office of the Board of Clallam County ComPort Angeles, WA 98362 missioners, 223 East 4th Street, Room 150, from (360) 457-1139 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Pub: March 4, 11, 18, 2012 Legal No. 369324 Date: March 6, 2012 BOARD OF CLALLAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Howard V. Doherty, Jr., Chair OF CLALLAM COUNTY TAX TITLE PROPERTY Pub: March 11, 18, 2012 Legal No. 370877 Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Clallam County Commissioners, the Treasurer of Clallam County will hold a public auction sale in the Commissioners Meeting Room in the Clallam County 9932 Port Angeles 9932 Port Angeles Courthouse, located at 223 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, Washington, Thursday, March 15, 2012, at Legals Legals the hour of nine o’clock (9:00 a.m.) at which time and place she will sell to the highest bidder in accorSummary of Ordinance Adopted by the dance with RCW 36.35.120 and RCW 36.34.080, the following described property in Clallam County. Port Angeles City Council On March 6, 2012 This property is offered for sale as is, without title insurance issued through Clallam County. Settlement is expected with verifiable funds within one hour of the sale. If these conditions are not met, it will result in a resale at approximately 10:30 a.m. on the same day. Tax Title Parcel for Sale Parcel #072908 140310 Described as Tax#4567 SESENE & eases 0.10a Minimum Bid: $3,085.

Tax Title Parcel for Sale Parcel #053021 120050 Described as S15’of NENWNE 0.22a Minimum Bid: $1344.00

Tax Title Parcel for Sale Parcel #053021 110075 Described as S15’of S2NWNENE .22a Minimum Bid $1344.00

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Ordinance No. 3447 An Ordinance of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, vacating a portion of undeveloped alley right of way in Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington.

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Sealed bids for the Phase 1 CSO Project will be received by the Director of Public Works & Utilities at 321 East Fifth Street, P. O. Box 1150, Port Angeles, Washington 98362, until 2:00 p.m. local time on Thursday, April 26, 2012, at which time Bids will be opened and publicly read at the City Council Chamber. The Engineer’s estimated cost range for the Phase 1 CSO Project is between $15,000,000 and $20,000,000. The time of completion for this project is 550 calendar days. Elements of work for the Phase 1 CSO Project include, but are not limited to, the following:

Demolition of various site features; sliplining new HDPE force mains through existing abandoned 48-inch industrial water line; open cut construction; construction of structures for managing flow including an influent diversion structure and a return flow pump station; rehabilitation and alteration of an existing 5MG storage tank; a concrete girder bridge over Ennis Creek; construction of a gravity outfall pipeline that connects to existing industrial pipes and to an existing industrial marine outfall; and modifications to the existing WWTP. A more detailed advertisement and the plans, specifications, addenda, and plan holders list for this project are available on-line through Builders Exchange of Washington, Inc. at http://www.bxwa.com. Click on: “Posted Projects”, Public Works”, “City of Port Angeles”. Bidders are encouraged to “Register as a Bidder”, in order to receive automatic email notification of future addenda and to be placed on the “Bidders List”. Contact the Builders Exchange of Washington (425-258-1303) should you require further assistance. Informational copies of any available maps, plans and specifications are on file for inspection in the office of the Port Angeles Public Works Engineering Services (360-417-4700).

A prebid conference including site walk will be held at 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. March 22, 2012, starting at the City Hall Building at 321 East Fifth Street, Port Angeles, Washington. Driving directions are available at www.cityofpa.us. It is anticipated that the project will be funded in part by Washington State Department of Ecology. Neither the State of Washington nor any of its departments or employees are, or shall be, a party to any contract or any subcontract resulting from this solicitation for bids.

The Successful bidder will be required to conform to the wage requirements prescribed by the federal Davis-Bacon and Related Acts which requires that all laborers and mechanics employed by contractors and subcontractors performing on contracts funded in whole or in part by SRF appropriations in excess of $2000 pay their laborers and mechanics not less than the prevailing wage rates and fringe benefits, as determined by the Secretary of Labor, for corresponding classes of laborers and mechanics employed on similar projects in the area. The higher of either the state prevailing wage rates or federal Davis-Bacon rates must be paid to workers in accordance with WAC 296-127-025. Minority and women owned businesses shall be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation, shall not be discriminated against on the grounds of gender, race, color, age, national origin or handicap in consideration of an award of any contract or subcontract, and shall be actively solicited for participation in this project by direct mailing of the invitation to bid to such businesses as have contacted the City for such notification. Further, all Bidders are directed to solicit and consider minority and women owned businesses as potential subcontractors and material suppliers for this project.

Bidder questions are to be directed to James Burke, Assistant Civil Engineer, in writing by facsimile at (360) 417-4709 or by email at jburke@cityofpa.us. Glenn A. Cutler, P.E. Director of Public Works & Utilities Pub: March 11, 18, 2012 Legal No. 371004

9935 General Legals NO 12-4-00794 0 SEA NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.010 & .030 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING ESTATE OF JOANN S. LOEHR, Deceased. THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE NAMED BELOW has been appointed as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, represent the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020 (1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and RCW 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: Feb. 26, 2012 Personal Representative: Carol R. Sanders Attorneys for Personal Representative: Robert P. Morrison, WSBA #23863 Short Cressman & Burgess PLLC 999 Third avenue, Suite 3000 Seattle, WA 98104-4088 Telephone (206) 682-3333 Pub: Feb. 26, March 4, 11, 2012

9934 Jefferson County Legals LEGAL NOTICE T h e Q u i n a u l t Fa m i l y Services Depar tment hereby notifies Heather Rose Windham and Marcos “Cody” De la Cruz that their presence is required on March 20, 2012 at the hour of 11:00 a.m. for a hearing in the Quinault Children’s Court in Taholah, Grays Harbor County, Washington. For more information, please call (360) 276-8215, ext. 222 or 390. Pub: March 4, 11, 18, 2012

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here’s the unlikely story of Rocky Friedman, and then there’s the sequel, just arrived in theaters. Two theaters, that is. Two little auditoriums with pretty big screens, on the verge of a conversion. Friedman, co-owner of Port Townsend’s Rose Theatre, is preparing for the second major move of his professional life: replacing his film projection booths with a $200,000 digital and 3-D system so, he says, he can keep the Rose alive. But to tell the story of how the Rose, an old movie house that had closed decades earlier — bloomed again, we should go back to the beginning of Friedman’s story.

Aldrich’s grocery. In the course of the following four years, Friedman’s dream unspooled just like a reel of film. He found the old Rose Theatre, a vaudeville house dating to 1907, could be refurbished; the building’s owners, Phil and Sandy Johnson, secured a state grant to do some renovations. Friedman went from living room to living room, selling stock in this new kind of theater — a detailed figment of his imagination. Janette Force, director of the Port

Townsend Film Institute, remembers those days. She remembers Friedman talking about how the theater seats would be, how he would show a variety of movies for a variety of viewers. He wanted personally to introduce the films to his audiences; he hoped to invite filmmakers to town so they too could host screenings.

‘Exquisite’ theater “Rocky understands artistic vision, and his own has been unwavering,” says Force. “He wanted [the theater] to be exquisite. And it is.” Friedman opened the Rose on July 11, 1992, with the help of 33 other owners: Port Townsenders who purchased stock in the corporation Friedman formed in 1991.

A guy and his dream

And though some have moved away, none has sold that stock, Friedman notes. Over the past 20 years, thousands have watched comedies, tragedies and dreams flicker across the Rose’s two screens; there have been dark and weird art-house films, hits like “Avatar” and “Slumdog Millionaire” and a whole lot in between. To start things off in the summer of ’92, though, Friedman picked “Some Like It Hot,” the classic starring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis.

Acting career Renata Friedman, 12 when her father opened the Rose, grew up at the movies — and herself embarked on a career in another kind of theater. As soon as she turned 16, Renata drove to Seattle to take weekly acting classes; then she went off to New York University to earn her Bachelor of Fine Arts. In recent years, she has become a formidable performer, appearing in plays at the Seattle Repertory, Yale Rep and now the Berkeley Repertory Theatre.

He was a “guy with a dream and no money,” as he puts it. He’d grown up in Bellevue in the 1950s and ’60s, and was educated at Bellevue Community College and the Harvard Exit movie theater in Seattle. He got into the country’s oldest film school, the University of Southern California; he married and had a daughter, Renata. He wanted to raise her in a small town, and Port Townsend felt perfect: close to Seattle but not too close, and peopled by lovers of art, culture and community. Friedman found work at La Fonda, the Mexican restaurant that has since closed. He DAVID CONKLIN waited tables and worked in The Rose Theatre’s screen cover hearkens back to Port Townsend merchants of the kitchen for four years; in yesteryear. 1988 he got a new job at

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Where it’s at THE ROSE THEATRE is at 235 Taylor St. in downtown Port Townsend; owner Rocky Friedman can be reached at 360-385-1039 and Rocky@RoseTheatre. com. Much more information about the movie house’s history, current movies, films coming soon and other events at the venue awaits at www.Rose Theatre.com. Peninsula Profile


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Boyfriend rooming with ex-girlfriend DEAR JOHN: I am a college student who has been dating my boyfriend for three years, all of which have been long distance. I am graduating in the next few months and have accepted a job near him. We have plans to get married in the near future. Unfortunately, in the past year, my boyfriend, “Mike,” transferred to a new city and in doing so, he moved in with an old girlfriend. Since then, our relationship has become extremely distant and frustrating for the both of us. I am very uncomfortable with him living with her for many reasons. Mike goes to her for all his emotional support and feels that he can relate to her better than he can to me. He also tells me that I cannot understand where

Now I’ve found out that they are planning on moving to a new house together! He claims he has “no choice” in the matter because she offers him cheap rent. I think Mike just doesn’t want to leave John Gray his comfort zone. We both want to save our relationship and are he is coming from because willing to make some I am not in the “real world” changes, but Mike has yet. made it very clear that his He feels that he can talk roommate is an important to his roommate much part of his life. more easily about the Should I be jealous? issues in his life because — Out of Sync she understands him much in Madison, Wis. more than I ever could. I have been trying to Dear Out of Sync: accept this for an entire First, the good news: From year. Every time I bring up what you describe, I would my feelings to Mike, he doubt that there is a insists that she is “just a romance between them (at roommate” and that I need least, for now). not be so insecure with our Now, the bad news: The fact that he feels comfortrelationship.

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able sharing with her — taken with his statement that he does not feel this same way with you — speaks volumes. No man or woman can, or should, be everything to their partner, but the ability to communicate feelings, needs and concerns is an integral component in the long-term success of the relationship. Because this relationship has been a long distance one from the start, neither of you have had the chance to test your mutual love and support on a dayto-day basis. You might think that your next option is to move in together, sans roommate. Perhaps, sometime in the future, but I agree with you about Mike’s “comfort zone,” and I don’t think he will want that to happen any

time soon, and the last thing you should do at this point is change your academic or professional aspirations. The only way you’ll find out if Mike is truly “the one” is to back off for the time being. Keep you options open by dating others. By creating an emotional distance, you’ll both be able to reassess what needs were fulfilled — or lacking — and determine if it is something you both indeed want to correct. Dear John: I told my girlfriend that I thought I liked someone else, and we broke up. I truly regret making that statement, but now, no matter what I think or say about other girls, she won’t believe me. I love her with all my heart, and I would never do anything to harm her. I

tried talking to her. I’ve even written her special poems, but she doesn’t want to get back with me. What else can I do or say? — Big Mouth Blues in Memphis, Tenn. Dear Big Mouth: It sounds as if you’ve broken her trust. To rebuild it, polite persistence is a must. Give her time and if it was meant to be, her heart will open to you again. If not, you’ll have to face the fact that what you have now is a special friendship, and nothing more.

________ John Gray is the author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. If you have a question, write to John in care of this newspaper or by e-mail at: comments@mars venusliving.com.

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Illness forces woman to deal with childhood, teen trauma

WE USUALLY THINK of post traumatic stress disorder as something that afflicts soldiers after combat, but they’re not the only ones who suffer. mary school teacher in Port Christine was 12 years Townsend. old and in a tree fort with Before her death in three boys for what she 2009, Westall expressed the thought would be innocent desire to assist in the edu- necking. cational pursuits of Chris“I didn’t realize what tian students in East Jefcould happen with three ferson County. guys and one girl,” she Through her generous said. “They molested me. I gift, the church established was traumatized, but I told the endowed scholarship nobody.” fund. She suppressed the The deadline for appliattack. cations is April 16. Then, when she was 18, For more information, she was mugged. She didn’t go to the hospital or visit fpcpt.org.

Scholarship applications sought PORT TOWNSEND — First Presbyterian Church of Port Townsend is accepting applications for the Sarah “Dusty” Westall Scholarship. This scholarship is for students of East Jefferson

County who will attend a Christian college. Preference is given to students participating in First Presbyterian Church of Port Townsend. Westall was a longtime member of the church, and a beloved and skilled pri-

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Shelly Randall, a Port Townsend mother, editor and writer, will give a slide show at the inaugural meeting of Transition Port Angeles on Thursday.

PORT ANGELES — When you try to go it alone, that whole sustainability thing can be overwhelming. So says Shelly Randall, a mother, editor and writer who lives in Port Townsend. She’s the author of SustainableTogether.com, a blog about her own community’s efforts to get and stay healthy — in terms of the economy, the environment and society. Randall is looking forward this week to visiting another community, a place where she has kindred spirits. At the inaugural meeting of Transition Port Angeles at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, she’ll give a slide show about “inspiring sustainability initiatives,” promised Dave Taylor, an organizer of the kickoff event.

Taylor notes that everyone interested in Port Angeles’ and Clallam County’s future is encouraged to join the meeting at the Senior & Community Center, 328 E. Seventh St. He and Port Angeles City Council member Sissi Bruch have been planning the Transition Port Angeles project for some time. “Come meet equally enthused people and help us decide what our future may look like,” Bruch said of Thursday’s meeting.

cial Transition Initiative early this year. Randall will also discuss her city’s Local Investing Opportunities Network, aka LION, the communityowned Quimper Mercantile Corp. general store, Port Townsend’s community garden network and the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute.

‘Cheerful disclaimer’

Randall is fond of what she calls “the cheerful disclaimer” of the Transition Part of movement Town movement: “If we Transition PA is part of wait for the government, it will be too little, too late. If the “Transition Town” we act as individuals, it’ll movement that began in be too little. But if we act England in 2005 and has as communities, it might spread its around the be just enough, just in globe, Taylor added. time.” In Jefferson County, For those who are feelrelated efforts include Port ing fatigued, powerless or Townsend’s Local 20/20 organization, which formed baffled about where to in 2006 and became an offi- start on all of this, Randall

has an idea. “Introduce yourself to neighbors,” she suggests. “If you can get to know your neighbors better, you will start making your neighborhood more sustainable. There are so many benefits to forging relationships,” from social to economic. By opening our ears — and minds — to one another, we can create true communities to meet our collective needs. In doing so, “we’re building resiliency, so we’re not so vulnerable to disruptions,” be they economic recessions or natural phenomena such as earthquakes and severe storms. To learn more about Transition Port Angeles, phone Taylor at 360-6810216, email him at djt@ fridayschild.com or visit www.transitionPA.ning. com.

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ing ahead to this September’s Port Townsend Film Festival, said the digital “She is making her livswitch opens up the field ing as an actress,” her both for filmmakers and father says, shaking his for moviegoers. Fledgling head, smiling and knocking directors can use the less on a wooden beam inside expensive digital video forthe Rose’s projection booth. mat, hence putting more Until this year, Renata fresh stuff out there for has come back to Port people to see. Townsend for a month in If local theaters did not late winter. She would go digital, “our choices spend a few weeks running would be so limited,” Force the Rose while her dad said. took a vacation. And so the fundraising 2012 is another story. is going well, though FriedFor one thing, Renata has man says there is a long so much acting work, on way to go before he can stages around the country, start buying equipment. that she can’t take a month His hope is to start the conoff. version in June, just before The elder Friedman, the 20th anniversary date. meanwhile, has his hands The Rose, which has not too full of fundraising. closed for even a single This time around, night since it reopened in instead of stock, he’s selling 1992, will have to go dark seats, glasses and stars. To for about a week. bring in the $200,000 to Of course, he plans a convert the Rose to digital grand celebration once the and 3-D, Friedman is using digital projection system is what he acknowledges is a nontraditional technique: DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ/PENINSULA PROFILE installed and to “thank the offering people naming community,” he says, “for Rocky Friedman, owner of Port Townsend’s Rose rights for all of the seats in getting us to 20 years.” Theatre, is raising funds to convert the theater the two theaters. It’s a The conversion, Friedto a digital and 3-D system. $500 donation to have your man says, means survival or a loved one’s name for his movie theater. engraved on one of the 237 For some time now, he’s corn delivery would clinch that while he and his board been receiving letters from chairs, and already Friedof directors are comfortable film distributors, informing man is halfway there, with it. Numerous other gifts of with this fundraising 138 dedicated. him that they are no longer cash, from people who don’t method — asking for dona- inclined to send out the He has also sold 38 want their name on anytions to a for-profit busibronze stars — in various traditional 35-millimeter thing, have come in since ness — there is an “oddsizes for various contribufilm prints. Instead, they’re the fundraising campaign’s ness” to it. tions from $500 to $5,000 providing the far less costly official start in mid-JanuSo far, judging from the digital video discs. Soon, — and 44 bronze plaques ary. number of stars and seats at $250 each, all of which distributors will not work Then there are the 3-D sold, Rose lovers don’t find with theaters without digiwill bear donors’ names glasses, which he is offerit too odd. And the support- tal projection. and be displayed in the ing for $75 a pair. Yes, peo- ers are coming from the far Rose’s lobby. “I’ve seen this on the ple have chosen this dona- corners of the region — In addition, 20 donors horizon for years,” Friedtion level, Friedman said, and the country. have chosen the “Welcome man admits. “I chose to though he didn’t have a to the Rose!” route, which bury my head in the sand.” count this past week. From all over for a $100 gift gives them Now, he knows digital Many a cinephile has the right to go before the movies are more stable. “Most have come from decried 3-D — and Friedaudience and introduce a people in Jefferson County, The images are “rock solid,” man used to be one of film. After this live perforhe says, and the sounds but there are quite a few those who didn’t think mance, popcorn will be on and colors “stunning.” from Port Angeles, Sequim much of the effect. But the house. But Friedman also and even Seattle. I’ve had after seeing a few movies admits to feeling a twinge of one from Germany and one in which the directors used Popcorn delivery from New York,” Friedman regret at the demise of it judiciously — “Hugo,” 35-millimeter. He loves the reported last Monday. For those who want Martin Scorsese’s ode to tactile experience of building He sends a thank-you Rose popcorn in their own Paris and filmmaking and the reels of film, then seeing letter to each donor, and living rooms, Friedman has “Pina,” Wim Wenders’ docuthe light send them across asked the New Yorker devised the “Reel Digital mentary about the late the theater, from the booth what her connection was to Deal”: two engraved chairs, choreographer Pina Bausch window out to the screen. one 10-inch bronze star, — he has himself been con- the Rose. The changeover from “She went to grade two private screenings for verted. film to digital is as dra12 people, two movie preThe cost of 3-D capabil- school here, and in the matic a shift as the silentspace where the concession views in Seattle including ity at the Rose is a relato-sound conversion back is, it used to be a radio lunch with Friedman, and tively small portion of the in 1927, Friedman says. repair shop,” was her home delivery of Rose pop- total Friedman has to response. She learned back Small-town theaters across corn once a month for a raise: $25,000 per screen. the continent — and a few then that the repair shop year. The price for all this: It’s the digitalization that had once been a theater — blocks away at the Uptown $15,000. will cost $150,000. and when she grew up, her Theatre on Lawrence No one has seized this Friedman readily Street — are puzzling out dream was to restore an opportunity yet, Friedman admits that he cannot how to finance the switch. old theater. said — though he joked afford to borrow such a Force, meanwhile, lookthat he thought the popsum. And he acknowledges TURN TO FRIEDMAN/4

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“‘Casablanca.’ That’s a World War II movie that stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. It shows a slice of life, real life at that time in history. I think it was a fine and excellent movie. “I was a military person, so I can relate to the movie and its setting. They had real actors back then, you know. It was in black and white but still a fine movie. “‘Here’s looking at you, kid . . . .’”

“‘The Gladiator’ and ‘The Last Song.’ “First, I like ‘The Gladiator’ because it’s an old Roman story. I like biblical stuff since I’m grounded in the Word. “‘The Last Song’ is about a father and daughter and his dying of cancer. He did die, but she carried on the dream of his of becoming a musician. “I can relate to that as my mother died recently, and I need to continue her legacy.”

“‘The Pursuit of Happyness.’ It starred Will Smith. “It’s a true story of a person going through a tough situation in his life, and it tells you, you can do anything if you keep trying. “It’s set in the present time. He loses his wife and has trouble getting a good-paying job. His being able to solve a Rubik’s Cube quickly while in a cab led to his being able to get a job and succeed. An inspirational story.”

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At the Uptown, owner Rick Wiley has said he’ll find funds for digital conversion later this year without asking his customers for help. He also plans to go digital at the WheelIn Motor Movie, just outside town; the changeover is planned for spring 2013, as the area’s last drive-in marks its 60th anniversary. The movie-theater business has been all about change ever since the first moving pictures flashed across a big screen. For Friedman, this line of work still brings fresh delight — pretty much every week. He goes to preview screenings in Seattle, and to the Telluride, Colo., Film Festival each September, to scout for films. Time and again his faith in this storytelling medium is renewed. “There will always be artists out there, wanting to make movies,” he said. Friedman has seen no shortage of inspirational fare: Just in the past few months, he has been enchanted by Scorsese’s “Hugo,” by the best-picture Oscar-winner “The Artist” and by “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close,” which like “Hugo” is the tale of a young boy seeking something his father left behind. It is a joy, Friedman says, to show such movies. At 59, he still hurries into work every day. And if Friedman’s plans pan out, the Rose Theatre will be here for at least another 20 years, offering that communal experience of seeing a story on a wide screen, with one’s neighbors. “The Rose is one of my

The shows must go on at the Rose Theatre, one among several businesses open during the Taylor Street construction work. favorite places to see a movie,” said Bruce Hattendorf, the Peninsula College film professor who lived in San Francisco for three years and New York City for 10 before moving to the North Olympic Peninsula. “I’m romantic about it,” he said, “but I think going to the movies should be something special. At the Rose, it is.” “It’s just that Rocky loves movies . . . he really cares

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promises more than just flashy fight sequences and fireballs. “Missing” combines drama and intrigue as well, two things the multifaceted actress has tackled before. She got her first real break when she was cast as Reed in the NBC drama “Sisters,” and from there, left television behind for feature films. Judd earned critical acclaim for her role in the independent hit “Ruby in Paradise” (1993), which also earned her an Independent Spirit Award. Her star continued to climb in such hits as “Smoke” and “Heat” (both 1995), as well as “Kiss the Girls” (1997). Judd showed off her tough-girl chops as another scorned mother in “Double Jeopardy” (1999) opposite Tommy Lee Jones. Her role in the 2004 Cole Porter biopic “De-Lovely” netted her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. More recently, Judd took a break from acting to focus on her education. From 2009 to 2010, she was enrolled in Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government to pursue a master’s degree in

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public administration. Her return to acting, and especially her involvement in “Missing,” has the industry hopping, and critics and bloggers everywhere are wondering if the show will live up to the hype. It will if Judd has anything to say about it. The hard-working actress did many of her own stunts, reportedly using yoga to prepare for the physically demanding role. During this year’s Winter Press Tour, the actress talked about filming a scene in which she falls into the Seine in Paris. For those watching at home, that isn’t a stunt double, though she admitted to using one in some scenes. She wasn’t the only one who faced dangerous situations. Sean Bean, who plays her husband Paul, is killed off in a huge explosion in the very first episode, though he’s supposedly seen in flashbacks throughout the series. The English actor hasn’t had much luck staying alive

on TV. His recent turn on the hit fantasy series “Game of Thrones” ended with his character being beheaded. Bean’s other big claim to fame, his role as Boromir in Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, also ended with his character’s death. “Missing” also stars Cliff Curtis, Adriano Giannini and Tereza Voriskova. Filmed on location in Europe, the show boasts some amazing scenery. Traveling across the pond for prime time is a big budget move, uncommon for network series. The show’s 10-episode first season is also unusual. Often, networks want the option to milk a successful series a little more, but the story has been laid out for a limited run, something reportedly very appealing to Judd and series creator/writer Greg Poirier. He’s promised a complete story will unfold in this debut season, likely good news for viewers. Recently, several network series have offered overly convoluted story lines in the hopes audiences will keep tuning in to figure out what’s going on. The tactic seems to have backfired for many, and now audiences are looking for a plot that pays off. At least that seems to be what Poirier is banking on, and he knows a little something about what works. He’s a big screen player as well, having penned screenplays for “Rosewood” (1997), “Tomcats” (2001) and “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” (2007). Led by Judd and featuring a bevy of big screen talent “Missing” has must-see potential. Tune in Thursday, March 15, to find out whether or not the thriller holds up.

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feature story What’s in stores: Designers share passion for fashion in new series By Andrew Sawyer TV Media

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unway models don fantastical costumes and strut their stuff on the catwalk in extravagant fashion shows. Specials and series abound that offer a dramatic behind-the-scenes look into this world. But you wouldn’t see these clothes worn around the office or during a trip to the mall. A new fashion-based reality show headed by supermodel Elle Macpherson offers something a little different and closer to home. In “Fashion Star,” premiering Tuesday, March 13, on NBC, 14 aspiring designers compete for the chance to get their designs from the sketch pad to store shelves. With her considerable experience both on and off the runway, Macpherson serves as host and executive producer. She is joined by an eclectic crew of fashion-

forward celebrity mentors, who bring their unique senses of style to the series. Nicole Richie, Jessica Simpson and John Varvatos guide the designers on their quests to complete their challenges. Each weekly challenge culminates in an exciting fashion show featuring models, music and dancers. The groundbreaking twist is that the winning designs from each show will be available for order online immediately after the episode airs and will hit department store racks the very next day. Setting it apart from Heidi Klum’s “Project Runway” (and similarly themed shows) is its unprecedented partnership with three of the largest retailers in America: H&M, Macy’s and Saks Fifth Avenue. Plus, while “Runway” centered more on high fashion and provocative works, “Fashion Star” promises to be a little more down-to-earth. The focus is on designing real clothes to

be bought off department store racks by the viewing audience themselves. A buyer from each of the three retailers will be on hand to judge the designs on the spot and make decisions about which products they like enough to sell in their stores — and which ones they don’t. The designers who fail to sell anything by the end of the episode will be up for elimination. This is where the mentors can step in to save one of them from the chopping block. In the end, the winning designer’s collection will be carried by all three stores, with orders totaling $6 million. Though well-known worldwide as a model and occasional actress, Macpherson’s true calling seems to be on the design side of the fashion world. In 1990, she launched Elle Macpherson Intimates, a line of lingerie apparel that she was heavily involved in designing. In 2005, she expanded

into bath and beauty products and her lines continue to enjoy global success. Growing up in Los Angeles with a famous father, Richie was surrounded by high fashion and is certainly no stranger to style. Perhaps best known for her antics in “The Simple Life” alongside fellow celubutante Paris Hilton, Richie also has her own line of fashion products under the Winter Kate House of Harlow 1960 company. It includes products ranging from apparel to sunglasses and jewelry. Songstress Simpson brings her multi-faceted talent to the table as well. She blazed on to the music scene in the late 1990s and later established herself as an actress in such movies as “The Dukes of Hazzard” (2005) and “Employee of the Month” (2006). She launched the Jessica Simpson Collection in 2005, which has grown from high-heels

Elle Macpherson in “Fashion Star” and handbags to include an array of clothing, fragrances and accessories. Least well-known among the mentors, but perhaps the most fashion-intensive, is designer Varvatos. He’s worked for Polo Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, and, in 2000, he launched his own premiere men’s collection, which netted him the Perry Ellis Award for New Menswear Designer that year and the next. The 14 design hopefuls include seasoned designers with decades

of experience, fresh graduates just getting their feet wet and enthusiasts who enjoy transforming thrift shop throwaways into wearable works of art. A common thread among many of the contestants is the genuine desire to create fabulous designer clothing at affordable prices for the average person. For more insight into your favorite designer’s creative process, follow the contestant blogs on NBC.com. Tune in Tuesday, March 13, to see what’s in stores.

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The Late Show: David Letterman Fashion Week is just winding up, but for a 10-day period there were supermodels everywhere in New York City. You could not get celery or crackers anywhere!

Late Night: Jimmy Fallon A 3-year-old boy in Australia climbed inside a toy claw machine. Yeah, it got even weirder when Brad and Angelina showed up and tried to win him. President Obama visited a factory in Wisconsin that brought back 100 jobs from China. It’s got to be tough for the workers in China who lost those jobs, but kids always bounce back. MARCH 11 - 17, 2012

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Q: On the British sitcom “Keeping up Appearances,” Patricia Routledge, who plays Hyacinth Bucket, is portrayed as having an awful singing voice. However I have heard that she really has a beautiful voice. Is this true? Also can she be seen in any other TV shows in America? A: It’s true: Routledge’s grating, falsetto voice as Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced “Bouquet”) masked an award-winning singing voice. In a recent interview with Britain’s esteemed Guardian newspaper, Routledge refers to Hyacinth Bucket, the most famous role of her long acting career, as “the dreadful Mrs. B.” “What Mrs. B’s fans may not know,” the article says, “is that Routledge has had an acclaimed career in musical Theatre.” She even won an Olivier Award in 1988 for her lead role in the operetta “Candide,” written by theatrical great Leonard Bernstein. In fact, Routledge laments the fact that “the dreaded monster” of television took her away from the stage. It was “Keeping Up Appearances” that did it, at first anyway. She had a long career on television, dating back to a five-episode run on the venerable British soap “Coronation Street” in 1961, but she wasn’t a full-time TV actress until she donned the floral-printed dresses and booming voice of Mrs. Bucket. However, when that series ended in 1995 she stuck with TV, taking on the title role in the mystery comedy “Hetty Wainthropp Investigates.” That series still pops up from time to time on North American TV, usually on PBS. She also had a fairly sizable role in a 1977 BBC production of the Charles Dickens story “Nicholas Nickleby,” which pops up on TV rarely these days, but is available on DVD. She’s gone back to the theater since — the Guardian interview was done for the occasion of her run at the National Theatre in London, reading excerpts from the King James Bible to commemorate its 400th anniversary — and she says that, at 83 years old, she can be choosy about the roles she takes.

GOING ‘WILD’: Jenny McCarthy is adding more ‘wild’ to NBC’s “Love in the Wild” as the reality show’s new host. The former Playboy Playmate joined the crew and group of new contestants in the Dominican Republic last month to start production of the adventure-dating show’s second season, which will premiere later this year. McCarthy helped popularize the matchmaker show genre in the ‘90s as host of MTV’s “Singled Out.” After her 2005 divorce from John Mallory Asher, she began dating comic actor Jim Carrey soon afterward. She split from Carrey in 2010. Since then, she has appeared on several dating series, including Bravo’s “The Millionaire Matchmaker.” “Everyone knows I’ve looked just about everywhere — except the jungle — for love,” said

Q: The second “Ninja Turtles” movie has a message that dedicates it to Jim Henson. Was he involved in the Turtles franchise? A: Not directly, but his son was. Brian Henson worked at the production house his father built, Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, which supplied the animatronic turtle suits for the first two live-action “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” films. Brian is credited as the chief puppeteer and second-unit director for the first film, released in 1990. His famous father died in 1990, during the production of the second Turtles film, which is why, when it was released a year later, it was dedicated to Jim Henson. Brian only received a “special thanks” credit on that one, with the chief-puppeteer gig going to Creature Shop staffer Mak Wilson. That’s not the only Muppet-Turtle link, however. The turtles’ mutant-rat mentor and sensei, Splinter, was voiced by Kevin Clash, best-known as the voice of Elmo (and about a dozen other characters) on “Sesame Street.” A year after the Turtles film was dedicated to him, Jim Henson’s absence was felt even more sharply with the release of “The Muppet Christmas Carol,” which paid tribute to his “loving memory” in the credits as well. It was the first Muppet movie made after his death.

McCarthy. “I wanted to apply as a contestant and ended up with a job.” In addition to her Playboy spreads and previous hosting experience, McCarthy is recognized most for her iconic American image and her slapstick humor. Her NBC sitcom, “Jenny,” only lasted one season, but it was enough to give her exposure and land her a lead role in the Trey Parker-Matt Stone feature film, “BASEketball” (1998). Viewers may also remember her for the multiple arcs she did as Courtney on “Two and a Half Men,” as well as guest appearances on “Chuck,” “My Name is Earl,” “Hope & Faith,” “The Drew Carey Show” and “Just Shoot Me!” She’s also known for her starring role in the two “Santa Baby” TV movies. McCarthy has also published eight books

about children and motherhood, plus she has been a strong celebrity voice for autism awareness. “It’s a huge advantage to have the versatile Jenny McCarthy return to host an alternative series on our network in a genre that she first helped to make popular on television,” said NBC’s Paul Telegdy. “She brings a measure of unpredictability to the show’s unique format and we are thrilled to feature her charisma, enthusiasm and magnetism in this adventure series.” McCarthy replaces outgoing host Darren McMullen, who is returning to Australia to host the Down-Under version of “The Voice.” ANIMAL FARM: One man has helped create dramas for the small screen that have become monstrously successful. The other man has made a killing at the box office as a producer of many hit films. Now, the two Hollywood titans are joining forces to let the beasts from Capitol Hill off their leashes. USA recently announced it has picked up the six-hour dramatic miniseries “Political Animals,” which will be helmed by acclaimed producers Greg Berlanti and Laurence Mark. It’s scheduled to debut this summer on the top-rated cable network. “We’re ecstatic to collaborate with Greg and Larry, a writing and producing dream team of this magnitude,”

said USA co-president Chris McCumber. The programming event will draw a great deal of inspiration from real-life drama in recent American politics. The story centers on Elaine Barrish, the current secretary of state who is also a divorced former first lady. Her home life is struggling as she tries to juggle its drama with that of federal politics. The miniseries shows a dark, behind-the-scenes look at work in the White House, and Elaine manages to find an ally in the oddest of places. Washington journalist Susan Berg ends up lending support to the secretary after years of criticizing her in the media. Berlanti broke in to the TV scene in 1998 as a writer and executive producer for “Dawson’s Creek.” He’s since earned similar credits with “Eli Stone,” “Everwood,” “No Ordinary Family” and “Brothers & Sisters.” He was also an executive producer of “Dirty Sexy Money.” Mark, on the other hand, has produced such big-screen hits as “Tom and Huck” (1995), “Jerry Maguire” (1996), “Bicentennial Man” (1999), “I, Robot” (2004), “Dreamgirls” (2006) and “Julie & Julia” (2009). Casting choices have not yet been finalized or announced.

Jenny McCarthy has been named the new host of “Love in the Wild”

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7:00 p.m.

Dr. G faces two challenging cases. In one, a 44-year-old woman’s body is found completely burnt, and investigators learn she had recently been arguing with her fiance. Also, an ex-wife finds the body of her ex and fears he may have been murdered.

Criminal Minds (7) KIRO

9:00 p.m.

Several sets of foster parents are suspiciously killed in Seattle, and it’s up to the BAU to figure out who is against these families. Meanwhile, Garcia fears the fate of her career is in Kevin’s hands. Teri Polo of “Meet the Parents” guest stars.

Dog the Bounty Hunter (37) A&E

9:00 p.m.

Dog leaves his comfort zone of Hawaii to help a fellow bounty hunter find a group of fugitives. Now in the unfamiliar mountains of Colorado, Dog must help his new team find their targets and bring them to justice.

Face Off (52) SYFY

10:00 p.m.

The finalists face the music as they find out who’ll walk away with $100,000 in seed money, a 2012 Toyota Camry and much more in this season finale. Hosted by McKenzie Westmore, the show follows make-up artists as they compete for a shot at the big time. MARCH 11 - 17, 2012

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When her son goes missing while studying abroad, Becca Winstone sets out to get him back in this new series starring Ashley Judd. The kidnappers soon find out they’ve messed with the wrong woman when it’s revealed Winstone was once a CIA operative.

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Andre and Shirley make arrangements to get married again, but it’s their friends and colleagues who are more panicked about the occasion. Jeff frets about giving a speech, Britta and Annie can’t agree on anything and Troy doesn’t want to be social.

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Michael Britten’s two worlds spiral out of control. In one, an escaped convict kidnaps his son Rex, while in his other reality, Hannah is upset he can’t attend a memorial event for their boy. Clues from both worlds call Britten’s sanity into question.

The First 48: Missing Persons (37) A&E

10:00 p.m.

A&E brings back this gritty crime series, beginning with this premiere about a woman who vanishes along with her babies. The detectives soon learn a second woman and her baby are also missing, and it appears the same man may be behind both disappearances.

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How to Steal a Million (1966, Comedy) Audrey

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