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Marine Center, octopus prepare for fond farewells Ursula the Pacific octopus going back to Freshwater Bay BY MARK SWANSON PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Ursula, a giant Pacific octopus has been living at the Feiro Marine Life Center for over a year and a half, but now it’s time to go. Ursula has been living at the center

on City Pier since February 2014 when she was caught at Freshwater Bay. While the 3 ½-year-old octopus has enjoyed a steady diet of red rock crab, fish and all the attention she wants at Feiro, she is nearing the age at which her species mates. Soon, Bob Campbell, Feiro’s facility coordinator, will return her to Freshwater Bay west of Port Angeles. Feiro holds a special permit to capture and display octopuses in the education and research facility. It requires the center to return the creatures to the places where they are caught so they can breed.

Sometime between now and the end of the year, Campbell plans to pack Ursula into a cooler and take her for a ride on a boat back to Freshwater Bay. Campbell said that he has done this a few times with octopuses over his 12 years at Feiro. The creatures, he said, are usually slow to say goodbye. They generally have to be teased out of the cooler. After that, they take anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes to leave the vicinity of the boat, he said. TURN

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PORT TOWNSEND — A new supervisor has taken charge of the Port Townsend branch of the U.S. Post Office and will remain in place until criminal charges against the current postmaster are resolved. Kathy Kent, 47, the customer service supervisor at the Chehalis Post Office, arrived on Wednesday as the new officer in charge, and will supervise the operations of the post office at 1322 Washington St. Kent is the temporary replacement for Arthur “Butch” Marx, 49, who is facing three assault-related charges. Marx is scheduled for trial at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 22-23 in Jefferson County Superior Court at the Jefferson County Courthouse, 1820 Jefferson St. TURN

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Rapper Snoop Dogg helps deliver food SNOOP DOGG HAS helped deliver more than 1,500 turkeys to families in Inglewood, Calif. Mayor James Butts tells KNBC-TV that the rapper joined him for Thursday’s giveSnoop Dogg away at an indoor arena and that he took pictures with hundreds of people at the event. This is the second year the rapper has helped

Inglewood pass out the turkeys to families in need. Last year, the rapper asked the city what he could do to give back to the community, where his production crew is headquartered. Butts says he suggested the rapper help pass out turkeys. The city passed out 800 turkeys at last year’s event.

Lane marriage Tony Award-winner Nathan Lane has tied the knot with playwright and producer Devlin Elliott. The actor’s publicist confirmed that the two were married Tuesday in a small ceremony at City Hall in New York City. Lane, a Tony winner for “The Producers” and “A

Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” received a best-actor Tony nomiLane nation for his role in “The Nance” in 2013. He was on Broadway in the spring in “It’s Only a Play” and will next be seen in FX’s “American Crime Story.” Elliott has helped produce the “Master Class” revival with Tyne Daly and “Ragtime.” The couple have been together for 18 years and recently collaborated on a picture book about a dog, “Naughty Mabel,” inspired by their overindulged, wellgroomed French bulldog.

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KIM YOUNG-SAM, the former president of South Korea who replaced the last of the country’s military leaders, purged politicized generals and introduced a landmark reform aimed at transparency in financial transactions, died Sunday. He was 87. Mr. Kim, who was president from 1993 to 1998, died of septicemia and heart failure, said Mr. Kim in Oh Byung1993 Hee, the chief of Seoul National University Hospital, where Mr. Kim was admitted with a fever Friday. He had been treated for a series of strokes and pneumonia in recent years. Mr. Kim, an outspoken critic of military dictators from the 1960s through the 1980s, was one of the “three Kims” — the others were former President Kim Dae-Jung and former Prime Minister Kim JongPil — who played major roles, often relying on regional support from their home provinces, during South Korea’s turbulent transition from dictatorship to democracy. Mr. Kim was born in 1927, a son of a rich anchovy fisherman on

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Geoje Island, off the southeast coast of South Korea, during a time when all of the Korean Peninsula was a Japanese colony. He was elected to Parliament at age 26 and developed a following as an opposition leader famed for his daring criticism of Park Chung-Hee, who seized power in a coup in 1961 and tortured and imprisoned dissidents before his assassination in 1979. Mr. Park had Mr. Kim expelled from Parliament for criticizing his dictatorship during an interview with The New York Times in 1979. Mr. Kim’s colleagues resigned from Parliament in protest, and huge antigovernment demonstrations broke out in Mr. Kim’s political home ground in the southeast. Mr. Park was assassinated by his spy chief later that year. Mr. Kim’s travails continued when Mr. Park was replaced by Chun DooHwan, an army major general who engineered a coup to fill the power vacuum left by his patron’s death. Mr. Kim was barred from politics and put under house arrest. He once staged a 23-day hun-

ger strike. “Dawn will come even if THURSDAY’S QUESTION: For the rooster is strangled,” he Thanksgiving, will you be dining out, once said, a saying that having friends and family over to your became a catchphrase for house or going to someone else’s Koreans’ yearning for house? democracy. Mr. Kim was also well Dining out 7.8% known for a lifetime rivalry with Kim Dae-Jung, a felFeast at my house 38.2% low opposition leader from the southwest Jeolla 38.8% Feast at someone else’s region. Other 15.2% They both ran for president in 1987 in South Total votes cast: 739 Korea’s first democratic Vote on today’s question at www.peninsuladailynews.com election and split the opposition vote, allowing Mr. NOTE: The Peninsula Poll is unscientific and reflects the opinions of only those peninsuladailynews.com users who chose to participate. The results cannot be Chun’s handpicked succesassumed to represent the opinions of all users or the public as a whole. sor, Roh Tae-Woo, another former army general, to win. In 1990, Mr. Kim Setting it Straight merged his party with Mr. Corrections and clarifications Roh’s military-backed gov■ A story on Page A1 Friday incorrectly described erning party in a move Sara Penhallegon’s role in the treatment of a rabid cat widely condemned as a earlier this month. betrayal of pro-democracy She came into contact with the animal as part of her forces. duties as a veterinary technician at Chimacum Valley Veterinary Hospital. The animal was never taken to Center Valley Animal Rescue, which Penhallegon manages. Laugh Lines The cat was euthanized at the Jefferson County Humane Society and not at Chimacum Valley Animal [THURSDAY WAS] Hospital, as stated in the article. THE Great American Smokeout day, which ■ The state Department of Fish and Wildlife postencourages smokers to try poned this month’s opening of the chinook fishery due to and go 24 hours without a large number of juvenile chinook in the waters of Area having a cigarette. 9 (Admiralty Inlet). Only chum salmon can be retained Which [meant Friday was] the “Best Cigarette of there. An article on Page A12 Friday incorrectly stated the Your Life” day. fishery was open this month. Seth Meyers

Peninsula Lookback From the pages of the PENINSULA DAILY NEWS and Port Angeles Evening News

1940 (75 years ago) If freezing weather of the past two days continues, there will be ice skating at Lake Dawn, Heart o’ the Hills, beginning Saturday afternoon, Oscar Nelson notified the [Port Angeles] News this morning. He said further low temperatures tonight will make the ice sufficiently solid to hold crowds. Skating will be entirely free of charge, Nelson said. Nelson asks that

nobody go on the ice in the daytime until after 2 o’clock, as skating during the warmer midday hours is harmful to the surface.

1965 (50 years ago) Approximately 150 attended the benefit dance for Ted Shaughnessy, held at the [Sequim] Legion Hall on Friday night. The dance, with live music by the Cavaliers, was sponsored by the Methodist Senior MYF [Methodist Youth Fellow-

ship]. Mickey Robb is MYF president; Steve Francis was chairman of the dance committee. Chaperones were Mrs. Annalee Ball, Mrs. Ruby Trotter and the Rev. and Mrs. Vincent Hart.

1990 (25 years ago) Crossing 20 miles of water between Port Angeles and Victoria turned out to be easier for the Victoria Express passenger ferry than navigating the high

seas of business. Canadian customs regulations, a dry-docked marketing program and delays that kept the vessel from sailing until late in the tourist season bedeviled the ferry’s owners in its maiden season. Not surprisingly, the Victoria Express lost money in the 11 weeks it was in service, said Jack Harmon, one of the partners who makes up Victoria Rapid Transit Inc., the company that owns the service.

Looking Back From the files of The Associated Press

TODAY IS SUNDAY, Nov. 22, the 326th day of 2015. There are 39 days left in the year. Today’s Highlights in History: ■ On Nov. 22, 1963, the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, was shot to death during a motorcade in Dallas; Texas Gov. John B. Connally, in the same open car as Kennedy, was seriously wounded; suspected gunman Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested. On this date: ■ In 1515, Mary of Guise, the second wife of King James V and the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots, was born in Lorraine, France.

■ In 1718, English pirate Edward Teach — better known as “Blackbeard” — was killed during a battle off present-day North Carolina. ■ In 1914, the First Battle of Ypres during World War I ended with an Allied victory against Germany. ■ In 1935, a flying boat, the China Clipper, took off from Alameda, Calif., carrying more than 100,000 pieces of mail on the first trans-Pacific airmail flight. ■ In 1944, the MGM movie musical “Meet Me in St. Louis,” starring Judy Garland, had its world premiere in St. Louis. ■ In 1965, the musical “Man of La Mancha” opened on Broadway.

Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan married Sara Lownds; the marriage lasted 12 years. ■ In 1975, Juan Carlos was proclaimed King of Spain. ■ In 1989, Rene Mouawad was killed by a bomb after serving 17 days as president of Lebanon. ■ In 1990, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, having failed to win re-election of the Conservative Party leadership on the first ballot, announced she would resign. ■ Ten years ago: An ArabAmerican college student, Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, was convicted by a federal jury in Alexandria, Va., of joining al-Qaida and plotting to assassinate President George W.

Bush. Abu Ali was later sentenced to life in prison. ■ Five years ago: Thousands of people stampeded during a festival in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, leaving some 350 dead and hundreds injured in what the prime minister called the country’s biggest tragedy since the 1970s reign of terror by the Khmer Rouge. ■ One year ago: Twelve-yearold Tamir Rice was shot and mortally wounded by police outside a Cleveland recreation center after brandishing what turned out to be a pellet gun. A grand jury is deciding whether criminal charges should be filed against two officers.


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A4 Briefly: Nation including the former congresswoman. She was shot in the head and suffered severe injuries, People fired up snowblowers leaving most of and dug out their shovels Saturthe right side day after a storm system of her body Giffords dumped anywhere from three to paralyzed. 20 inches of snow across parts of But Giffords has been deterIowa, Wisconsin, Illinois and mined to overcome her injuries. Indiana. She’s skydived and traveled the The first significant snowstorm of the season created haz- country advocating for stricter gun regulations with Americans ardous travel conditions and for Responsible Solutions, an hundreds of flight delays. organization she founded with The National Weather Serher husband. vice said the snow, which first fell in South Dakota, Minnesota Sunday guest lineups and Iowa on Friday, would conWASHINGTON — Guest lineups tinue in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan before heading north- for the Sunday TV news shows: ■ ABC’s “This Week”— Repubeast into Canada late Saturday. lican presidential candidates Ben Snow totals in the northern Carson and Donald Trump; Demosuburbs of Chicago topped inicratic presidential candidate Martin tial forecasts of six to 10 inches, O’Malley; Reps. Keith Ellison, said National Weather Service D-Minn., and Martha McSally, R-Ariz. meteorologist Amy Seeley — ■ NBC’s “Meet the Press” — 12.5 inches in Woodstock and Republican presidential candidate 11.7 inches in Roscoe. John Kasich; former Defense Secre-

Midwest digging out from early snowstorm

Giffords in charity ride TUCSON, Ariz. — Just after she participated in an 11-mile bike ride for charity last year, former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords decided she could do more. This year, she and husband Mark Kelly rode 40 miles in El Tour de Tucson, an annual event that draws nearly 10,000 riders and took place Saturday. Giffords is still recovering from the mass shooting outside a Tucson grocery store in 2011 that left six dead and 13 injured,

tary Leon Panetta; New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton. ■ CBS’ “Face the Nation” — Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul; Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.; Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas; Brett McGurk, presidential envoy for the global coalition to counter the Islamic State group. ■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie; Reps. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., and Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.; former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio.

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Briefly: World Vatican judge indicts 5 for leaked papers

Copter crash kills five

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — All seven people aboard a helicopter carrying tourists that crashed Saturday on a scenic New Zealand glacier are believed to have been killed, MILAN — A Vatican judge on Saturday indicted five people, police said. The wreckage of the helicopter including two journalists and a was located inside a crevasse on high-ranking Vatican monsignor, Fox Glacier, but difficult terrain in a scandal involving leaked made it difficult for rescuers to documents that informed two books alleging financial malfea- reach it, police said in a statement. They said the pilot and six sance in the Roman Catholic passengers are believed dead. church bureaucracy. The helicopter crashed at Two former about 11 a.m. on the popular members of tourist destination on New Zeathe pope’s land’s South Island. financial Police said they were reforms comattempting to notify relatives mission and a before releasing the identities or newly identinationalities of the victims. fied assistant were indicted Bangladesh on alert on charges of Francis NEW DELHI — Bangladesh disclosing conis on high alert ahead of the fidential Vatican information possible executions of two influand documents, while two jourential opposition leaders who nalists were indicted on a were convicted of committing charge of soliciting and exerting war crimes. pressure to obtain the informaState-run Bangladesh Televition. sion said all preparations have Two of those indicted, Monsi- been taken to execute Banglagnor Lucio Vallejo Balda and desh Nationalist Party leader Francesca Chaouqui, both choSalahuddin Quader Chowdhury sen by Pope Francis to help and Jamaat-e-Islami party Secoverhaul Vatican finances, were retary General Ali Ahsan arrested by the Vatican earlier Mohammad Mujahid on Saturthis month. The indictment also day night. identifies for the first time an Home Minister Asaduzzaassistant to Balda, Nicola Maio, man Khan Kamal said Saturday as under suspicion. that President Mohammad Journalists Gianluigi Nuzzi Abdul Hamid had rejected a and Emiliano Fittipaldi both clemency appeal from the two published books this month cit- opposition leaders. ing Vatican documents. The Associated Press

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Belgian Army soldiers patrol next to flowers left outside the French Consulate in Brussels on Saturday. Belgium raised its security level to its highest level Saturday as the manhunt continued for extremist Salah Abdeslam, who took part in the Paris attacks.

Brussels shuts down after imminent threat Officials report interception of specific plans for attacks

violence in France in decades — and how many may still be on the run.

viduals with arms and explosives launch actions, perhaps even in several places at the same time.” The Belgian Federal Prosecutor’s office said Saturday several weapons were discovered during the search of the home of one of three people arrested in connection with the Paris attacks, but said no explosives were found.

A new potential link emerged Saturday in Turkey, where authorities said they detained a 26-year-old Belgian suspected of connections to Islamic extremists — and possibly to the Paris attacks. The private Dogan news agency identified him as Ahmet Dahmani and said he is suspected of having explored areas in Paris that were targeted in the attacks. Belgium’s national Crisis Center has raised its terrorism alert for the Brussels region to Level 4, which indicates a “serious and immediate threat.” Belgium’s special security Cabinet held an emergency meeting Saturday morning.

BY JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BRUSSELS — Heavily armed police and soldiers patrolled key intersections, subways were closed and many stores shut their doors in Belgium’s capital Saturday as the government warned of a threat of Paris-style attacks. At least one suspect from the Paris attacks is at large and was last seen crossing into Belgium. Prime Minister Charles Michel said the decision to raise the threat alert to the highest level was taken “based on quite precise information about the risk of an attack like the one that happened in Paris . . . where several indi-

Investigations underway Authorities across Europe, the Mideast and in Washington are trying to determine how a network of primarily French and Belgian attackers with links to Islamic extremists in Syria plotted and carried out the deadliest

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Armed extremists blamed for Mali hotel attack killing 19 BY BABA AHMED AND ROBBIE COREY-BOULET THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BAMAKO, Mali — The heavily armed Islamic extremists who shot up a luxury hotel in Mali’s capital, killing 19 people, timed their assault for when guards would be the most lax, allowing them to easily blast their way past a five-man security team before turning their weapons on terrified guests, a security guard and witnesses said Saturday. The timing suggested a wellplanned operation that analysts say could be an attempt by alQaida to assert its relevance amid

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high-profile attacks by the rival Islamic State group. The attack on the Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako began at around 7 a.m. Friday morning when two gunmen, approaching on foot, reached the entrance where five guards who had worked the night shift were waiting to be replaced by a new team, said Cheick Dabo, one of the guards.

Weapons were down The guards had just finished the morning prayer and had put their weapons — a shotgun and two pistols — away in their vehi-

cle when the militants struck. Four of the guards were shot, one fatally, while Dabo himself managed to hide under a car. Government critics have attacked the level of security at the hotel and in the country but Interior Minister Salif Traore said Saturday little could be done against determined attackers. The assailants went upstairs where they took dozens of hostages, launching a standoff with Malian security forces that lasted more than seven hours. President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita said the attack underscored the global threat posed by Islamic extremists.

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West: Alaska board OKs marijuana use in pot stores

Nation: One killed in Arizona skydiving incident

Nation: Protesters vow to stay outside police station

World: No safe haven for ‘new evil’ Islamic extremists

THE BOARD TASKED with writing rules for Alaska’s recreational marijuana industry voted to allow for people to use pot at certain stores that will sell it, a first among the four states that have legalized the drug. The 3-2 vote by the Marijuana Control Board also changed the definition of the term “in public” to allow for consumption at some pot shops, none of which are open yet. Colorado, Washington and Oregon have legalized recreational marijuana but ban its public use, including in stores. Voters last November passed the state’s initiative legalizing recreational pot use by those 21 and older.

AUTHORITIES SAID ONE person is dead and another has been seriously injured in a tandem skydiving jump in Arizona. Maricopa fire Capt. Chip Wright said responders were called around 10:40 a.m. Saturday for a jump that ended in a hard landing. Wright said one person was pronounced dead at the scene. A second person was airlifted to a hospital. He said the incident happened near Skydive Phoenix, which operates a drop zone for skydivers. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office is investigating.

AN ENCAMPMENT OF protesters outside a Minneapolis police station vowed Saturday to maintain their vigil over the death of a black man who was shot by police. Tents, fire pits and stools have been set up outside the Fourth Precinct, just blocks from where Jamar Clark was shot last Sunday. Several dozen people attended a union rally Saturday outside the police station in cold weather to show solidarity with the protesters. Protesters shut down a highway Monday evening, and dozens were arrested. Authorities said protesters threw bottles and rocks Wed. night.

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA promised Saturday that Islamic extremists would find no safe haven anywhere, while the leader of Muslimmajority Malaysia branded the Islamic State group as a “new evil.” Obama and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak were speaking separately at an Asian summit taking place against the backdrop of recent violence including the bombing of a Russian jet over Egypt, a suicide bombing in Beirut and a series of attacks in Paris. Najib began his speech by talking about the achievements of the 10-nation Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN.


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PORT ANGELES — Completed fluoride advisory surveys must be postmarked or dropped into a Port Angeles drop box by 5 p.m. Friday. The advisory poll asks water customers if the city should continue fluoridating the water system past May 18. The issue has been contentious, with proponents saying adding fluorosilicic acid to the water supply cuts the incidence of cavities while opponents equate fluoridating with forced medication, saying it can cause health problems. The surveys were mailed to 9,669 municipal water customers on Nov. 6. Each includes a postage-paid envelope that must be used for the response to be valid. Completed surveys must be deposited in the drop box at 321 E. Fifth St. or postmarked by that date. The destination for mailed surveys will be a Port Angeles Post Office box.

Results Dec. 10 Despite the deadline, the surveys won’t be picked up from the post office and from the drop box until Dec. 7, with results available by Dec. 10. The surveys will be counted at the Clallam County Courthouse. Former auditor Patty Rosand will count the surveys responses and deliver the results to Mayor Dan Di Guilio. Rosand estimates the count will take at least three days, said city Administrative Assistant Kari Martinez-Bailey. Martinez-Bailey, the public contact person for questions about the survey, has said that the elections office at the county courthouse will be tabulated will not be available until Dec. 7. She said city officials had hoped to begin the tabulation earlier but they also didn’t want to count the responses at City Hall.

Council discussion City Council members will get the survey results by Dec. 10, Martinez-Bailey said, and will discuss them during their meeting that will begin at 6 p.m. Dec. 15 at City Hall. The council must make a decision by May 18. After that date a 10-year pledge with the Washington Dental Service Foundation to fluoridate drinking water expires. The survey includes the survey question, an explanatory statement, 250-word statements written by committees for and against flu-

oridation, and rebuttals by each committee of the other side’s assertions. It was mailed to 8,105 water customers in Port Angeles and 1,564 in an area of the Clallam Public Utility District east of the city limits who drink city water.

No survey if not billed Those who not billed for water, such as some renters, are not receiving surveys. Fluoridation of city water began in 2006 with financial assistance from the foundation. It is funded by Delta Dental of Washington, a nonprofit insurance company. Fluoridation opponents were victorious by a wide margin in a 1975 advisory ballot election in Port Angeles. The Port Angeles City Council initially sought to have an advisory measure on the Nov. 3 general election ballot this year, but opted for the survey instead after the Clallam County Auditor said it could not logistically include the PUD customers in the ballot. The city held a forum on the issue in October. Longtime anti-fluoridation activist Dr. Eloise Kailin headed a committee opposing fluoridation and Dr. Tom Locke, the public health officer for Jefferson County, headed a committee supporting it. An advisory vote in Sequim in 2003 showed most were opposed and the Sequim City Council voted 5-1 against it. Forks is the only other city on the North Olympic Peninsula that fluoridates its water. It has done so since 1956. Rosand will be paid $37.23 an hour based on her former salary as county auditor on a per-diem basis up to 50 hours for a maximum of $1,861. Martinez-Bailey said committees for and against fluoridation can each have one observer monitor the vote count. The PUD is paying a percentage of the cost of the survey. Bailey is available to answer questions at 360417-4500. City water users who live in the county PUD should call 360-565-3577 with questions.

________ Executive Editor Leah Leach can be reached at 360-417-3530 or at lleach@peninsuladailynews. com. Senior Reporter Paul Gottlieb contributed to this story.

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SEQUIM — Collaboration among many agencies improved shellfish harvesting in Dungeness Bay, said the director of the Puget Sound Partnership at a ceremony honoring those who worked to clean up the bay. Members of the Sequim-Dungeness Clean Water Work Group were recognized Friday afternoon for their work to upgrade 728 acres of harvestable shellfish beds in Dungeness Bay. “This is really all about keeping our water clean,” said Sheida R. Sahandy, Puget Sound Partnership executive director, at the ceremony at Sequim Transit Center, attended by about 50 people. “The partnerships do the hard work,” she aid. “Every bit of lining irrigation ditches, every septic that is fixed [and] every project that works out there adds up. “Every part of your community came together to set an example to respond to the call.”

Honored at ceremony Sequim-Dungeness Clean Water Work Group members honored Friday were: ■ Jamestown S’Klallam tribe, represented by tribal members Kurt Grinnell and Theresa Lehman. ■ Clallam Conservation District, represented by Executive Director Joe Holtrop. ■ Dungeness River Agricultural Water Users Association, represented by President Ben Smith. ■ Clallam County, represented by Andy Brastad, environmental health director. ■ Matt Heins, an active member of the Sequim Dungeness Clean Water Work Group and manager of Dungeness Bay Farms at the mouth of the Dungeness River. The state Department of Health on Oct. 14 announced that 40 acres had been upgraded from prohibited to conditionally approved for commercial shellfishing, while another 688 acres were upgraded from conditionally approved to approved. Shellfishing is not allowed in conditionally approved areas during the rainy season from November through January because of the possibility of the presence of fecal bacteria. Shellfish harvesting is allowed year-round in approved areas.

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Several members of the Sequim-Dungeness Clean Water Work Group were recognized Friday afternoon for their work to upgrade 728 acres of harvestable shellfish beds in Dungeness Bay during a ceremony hosted by Puget Sound Partnership. From left are Joe Holtrop, Andy Brastad, Matt Heins, Theresa Lehman, Kurt Grinnell, Ben Smith, and Sheida R. Sahandy. Key methods Key activities that contributed to the recent upgrade include lining irrigation ditches that flow into Dungeness Bay, repairing and replacing septic systems and putting farm plans into practice in the watershed, according to Puget Sound Partnership. Grinnell said it had been a long process to upgrade the 728 acres in the bay “for a lot of hard working people — not only from the tribe but from the farmers.” Holtrop agreed that the group has worked on the project for a long time “one farmer at a time, one homeowner at a time — and sometimes we wonder if we are making a difference.” Oftentimes, “we feel the efforts we are putting in are going unnoticed so this is really a pleasure and really gratifying to get an award and to see the accomplishments that we’ve realized here,” he said. Said Smith: “I feel like this year was a great example” of collaboration. “Everybody is digging in, and when we all do that we can make great things happen,” he said.

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Puget Sound Partnership is the state agency leading the region’s effort to restore and protect the quality of water in Puget Sound by bring________ ing together hundreds of partners who work to mitigate pollution Sequim-Dungeness Valley Editor Chris sources. McDaniel can be reached at 360-681-2390, As of May 2015, Puget Sound has ext. 5052, or cmcdaniel@peninsuladailynews. seen a net increase of 2,851 acres of com.

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SEATTLE — A judge has denied an appeal by eight young activists who petitioned Washington state to adopt stricter science-based regulations to protect them against climate change. King County Superior Court Judge Hollis Hill affirmed some of the children’s arguments, saying the state has a duty to protect natural resources for future generations. But she said the state Department of Ecology is already working on meeting that obligation by writing new rules for greenhouse gas emissions ordered by the governor. Climate activists, ages 10 to 15, in Seattle brought the lawsuit asking the court to force state officials to adopt new rules to limit carbon emissions based on the best available science. The case is part of a nationwide effort led by the Oregon-based nonprofit Our Children’s Trust to force states and the federal government to take action on climate change. The judge noted in her ruling Thursday that Ecology is taking science into account, along with economic, social and political considerations. She also said the court can’t dictate how officials develop the rules. Lawyers representing the children claimed a win Friday, saying youth who sued got what they wanted even though the judge did not order the agency to write new rules. “She agreed with our legal arguments that they (the children) have a constitutional right to a healthful environment,” said Andrea Rodgers, an attorney with the Western Environmental Law Center.

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Rodgers noted the judge said Washington has a mandatory duty under the state’s Clean Air act and the state constitution to preserve and protect the air quality for current and future generations. “We’re so hopeful that Ecology will heed the guidance that the judge gave them,” Rodgers added. Michael Gerrard, a professor and director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University, called the judge’s ruling “helpful but not revolutionary.” “This court decision has some nice language, but the court did not require anybody to do anything,” he said. “This helps build up a legal foundation, but we don’t yet have a structure with a roof on it. “The state does need to take it seriously, but I don’t know if it’s anything different from what (Ecology) is doing.” Ecology Director Maia Bellon said in a statement Friday that “we are satisfied that the court’s order recognizes that the rulemaking directed by Governor (Jay) Inslee will meet Ecology’s obligation to protect our climate from harmful greenhouse gas emissions.” She said she was impressed with the children’s engagement and welcomed their input as the state writes those new rules.

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Free public feasts are planned across the North Olympic Peninsula this week in celebration of Thanksgiving. Although most are on Thanksgiving Day, two are planned on Thanksgiving Eve, one in Port Angeles and one in Port Townsend.

Dinners are normally served on the last Thursday of each month, but due to other holiday season activities, there will be no dinner in December.

CHIMACUM Tri-Area Center CHIMACUM — The Tri-Area Community Center, 10 West Valley Road, will host a free, public, traditional Thanksgiving Day feast from noon to 3 p.m. Live music is planned with several different groups playing. To donate or to request to have a meal delivered, phone the community center at 360-732-4822 and ask for Rainy.

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Wednesday feasts In Port Angeles, the Salvation Army will offer a free public feast from noon to 3:30 p.m. the day before Thanksgiving. The traditional meal of turkey and trimmings from noon to 3:30 p.m. at the new soup kitchen building at 123 S. Peabody. “I know we have a number of turkeys coming in, close to 30,” said Major Sabrina Tumey. “We’re going to make sure we feed people and that they feel loved and welcome and all give thanks,” she said. Volunteers are welcome. For information, call 360-452-7679. In 2014, the Salvation Army fed 189 people, said Scott Ramsey, who was then the major. Tumey and husband, Major John Tumer, have been at the Port Angeles Salvation Army for five months. In Port Townsend, St. Paul’s Church, 1020 Jefferson St., will host a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the parish hall from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday. St. Paul’s usually offers its “Just Soup” lunch service on Wednesdays, but the full meal will replace the lunch service. For more information, phone the church office at 360-385-0770. Many meals have been scheduled for Thursday. Here is a list.

PORT ANGELES — The eighth annual edition of a community Thanksgiving dinner will be offered at Queen of Angels Catholic Church, St. Anne’s Room, 209 W. 11th St. on Thursday. The meal will be from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Free and open to all members of the community of any faith, the dinner will include a surprise visit from Santa. For people who need them, warm clothes, coats, hats and gloves will be available. For more information, or to get a ride or have assistance in seating, phone Emilie Thornton at 360-9123934 or email talktoemilie@olypen. com.

Hardy’s Market dinner SEQUIM — Hardy’s Market, 10200 Old Olympic Highway, will offer a complimentary traditional Thanksgiving dinner at 11 a.m. Thursday. Meals can be for dining in or taking out while supplies last.

Turkey dinner SEQUIM — The Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars, 169 E. Washington St., will host a free Thanksgiving dinner from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday. The meal is for veterans and their families and for local needy families. The VFW also will provide free winter clothes, coats, sweaters, pants and some shoes.

Sunshine Cafe SEQUIM — The Sunshine Cafe, 145 W. Washington St., will offer a free Harvest Dinner from noon to 4 p.m. Thursday Any donations by diners will be given to a local charity. Reservations are suggested by a phone call to the Cafe at 360-6834242.

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SEQUIM Trinity Church dinner SEQUIM — Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 S. Blake Ave., will serve a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner at 4 p.m. Thursday. Reservations, which are requested to ensure that enough food is prepared, may be made by phoning the church at 360-683-5367 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before the dinner or by email to dinners@sequimtumc.org. The free dinner is part of Trinity’s community dinner program.

FORKS — The Feeding of the 5,000 group, in collaboration with Forks-area churches, will provide a traditional Thanksgiving dinner potluck style from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday. The meal will be at the Forks Community Center, 91 Maple Ave. The menu will include turkey with all the trimmings and some ham for those wanting another option. Members of various churches will provide typical holiday desserts. Dinner is free, but donations will be accepted. For more information, phone Laura LaFrenz at 360-374-4093.

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Interim now permanent assistant superintendent Renker served in Sequim post since this July BY CHRIS MCDANIEL PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

SEQUIM — Ann Renker, who has served as interim assistant superintendent of the Sequim School District since July 1, has been chosen to fill the position permanently. The permanent status for Renker, 58 — a part-time Sequim resident who also has a home on the West End — became effective Monday. Renker will earn about $118,000 annually in the position, she said, just as she earned as interim assistant superintendent.

Succeeds Neal Renker succeeds Gary Neal, 58, who was promoted to district superintendent this year after Patrick Kelly Shea, the former superintendent, left June 30 to become superintendent of the East Valley School District in Spokane Valley. “It is exciting, it’s invigorating, but at the same time it is validating that

the work I have been doing since July has been resonating with the stakeholders here within the district,” Renker said Friday. “I am really looking forward to continuing to make con- Renker tributions to be able to keep improving student achievement, which of course has to be the focus of every school district.” Renker, a native of Bethpage, Long Island, New York, holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Fordham University of New York City, and a doctorate in anthropology from American University of Washington, D.C. She moved to Neah Bay in 1980 to work with the Makah tribe in their language restoration and revitalization efforts, she said. It “was very rewarding work, absolutely to be sure,” she said. She taught English as a second language teacher at the Cape Flattery schools, and in June 2005 became principal for Neah Bay High School and Markishtum Middle School, a position she held through June 2014. In January 2014, she became a leadership coach for Washington State Office of Superintendent of

Public Instruction — Office of Student and School Success — a position she held through June 2015. “They were sending me to struggling schools all over the state — schools that were designated by the state and federal protocols for needing assistance in terms of some of their practices to help student achievement,” she said. During the 2014-15 school year, she worked at Sequim Middle school. “Sequim Middle school is in federal and state focus status . . . which means that [it] needs to work to improve its outcomes, specifically for its students with disabilities,” she said. “That is how I got to know everybody and was one of the pieces that motivated me to apply for this job when it became available.” In her position as assistant superintendent, she will work to help the district better “be able to help students maximize their learning potential and be able to help facilitate for them and their families the plans that each student has when they leave our schools,” she said.

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OLYMPIA — Permits for cutting Christmas trees in the Olympic National Forest are available now. And fourth-graders can get them free. Permits for others will cost $5 each. Credit cards will be accepted. A map of designated areas for cutting-your-own tree will be provided upon acquiring a permit. Permits will be available through Dec. 24 during regular business hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at offices in Quilcene, Forks, Quinault and Olympia. Special weekend hours will be offered at different locations, excluding Thanksgiving Day.

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OLYMPIA — Hundreds of protesters and counterprotesters on opposite sides of the Syrian refugee resettlement issue gathered in front of the Washington state Capitol on Friday. Earlier this week, Gov. Jay Inslee said the state would welcome Syrian refugees if the federal government determines that any of the 10,000 people that President Barack Obama’s administration has pledged to resettle over the next year will head to Washington state.

The Democratic governor has criticized other governors who have threatened to stop accepting refugees following last week’s terror attacks in Paris. A group carrying signs that read “Vets before Refugees” and “Why Put Us in Danger” were met by others carrying signs welcoming refugees and chanting: “Say it loud, say it clear, refugees are welcome here.” A line of troopers separated the two groups, who tried to shout over each other with their messages. The protest comes days

after more than a dozen Senate Republicans sent a letter to Inslee, asking him to ensure that Syrian refugees are properly vetted before the state agrees to accept them. Wednesday’s letter from the 14 lawmakers said the state should pause potential resettlement efforts until more is known about the vetting process at the federal level. In a letter sent to the senators Friday, Inslee noted that governors lack

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CONTINUED FROM A1 Leddy and Kiri Denney, a husband and wife team, He has pleaded not were repossessing Marx’s guilty to charges of second- car when he left the house degree assault - inten- and found Denney in the tional assault/reckless car’s front seat and Leddy infliction of bodily harm, backing up a tow truck unlawful imprisonment toward the car. Marx entered the car on and fourth-degree assault. The charges were filed the driver’s side, struggled after a June 21 incident with Denney, pushed her when two employees of out of the passenger door Western International and attempted to drive Recovery arrived at Marx’s away, the statement said. home in the 800 block of Denney sustained a leg 56th Street to repossess a injury that caused her to gray Chrysler 300, during limp, according to the which time Marx allegedly statement. committed the infractions, Port Townsend Police according to court docu- Officer Patrick Fudally said ments. in the probable case stateMarx, who had worked ment that when he arrived, in the post office for 14 Marx said he was attacked years before becoming by Denney and Leddy. postmaster in March 2014, Marx was served at went on leave in June and work by the Jefferson was replaced temporarily County Sheriff’s Office on by Catrina Loman, who June 29. was from another office, U.S. Postal Service until this week. spokesman Ernie Swanson said in an email on Three months Friday that he “can’t specKent said she expected ulate on what might hapto be in place for at least pen” in the case. If Marx does not return, three months. “I was asked to come in his job will be advertised as the officer in charge and Kent will stay in place until a permanent replace- until a replacement is ment was found or thngs found, according to officials. were resolved,” she said. If that occurs, Kent said Kent said the postal service would have no she would consider applycomment about the case ing for the position. “The view outside my while it is ongoing. window is awesome,” she In a Nov. 12 trial memorandum, attorney Ben said. “This is a beautiful place Critchlow, who is representing Marx, said his cli- to be. I remember coming here when I was a kid.” ent denies all charges. Kent said her mission “Mr. Marx . . . asserts defense of himself and the is to keep the post office property of his motor vehi- running efficiently and to maintain a high level of cle,” Critchlow said. “Facts in dispute are customer service. “My door is always whether the complainants had legal authority to take open,” she said. “People are Mr. Marx’s car without his welcome to come in and acquiescence and, if not, talk to me or call me on the whether Mr. Marx’s actions phone.” The post office’s phone were unlawful in attempting to prevent harm to number is 360-379-2996. ________ himself or his property,” the attorney said. Jefferson County Editor CharAccording to a probable lie Bermant can be reached at cause statement from Port 360-385-2335 or cbermant@ Townsend police, John peninsuladailynews.com.

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The three Jefferson County commissioners will conduct public hearings on tax levies, and on proposed fee increases for the Department of Community Development and the Sheriff’s Office when it meets Monday. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in commissioners’ chambers at the Jefferson County Courthouse, 1820 Jefferson St., Port Townsend. The tax levy hearing will begin at 10 a.m.. The DCD fee schedule hearing will start at 10:30 a.m. The sheriff’s fees hearing will be at 11 a.m. The commissioners may approve 2016 increases in the conservation futures tax levy, the general fund levy and the road levy. The county is allowed to raise levies up to 1 percent per year, if approved this action will yield $7.5 million which is an increase of $75,000 from the previous year. The DCD fee hikes are intended to cover costs after it loses grant funding in 2016. The sheriff is requesting an increase in civil fees, which are now at a level set in 1992. Commissioners also will consider an interlocal agreement for the Salish Behavioral Health Organization with Clallam County, the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe and Kitsap County. Commissioners also are expected to schedule public hearings on the proposed 2016 budget and proposed animal control regulations. The budget hearing would be at 10 a.m. Dec. 7 in the commissioners’ chambers. The animal control hearing would be at 10 a.m. Dec. 14 in the same place.

Eye on Jefferson Commissioners also will consider adopting a six-year transportation improvement program. They will consider hiring former county associate planner Michelle Farfan until the end of December to help the DCD process a backlog of land use permit applications. The contract would be for $10,000 and would be funded by salaries and benefits money available because of two vacant positions. Other items on the consent agenda include: ■ A resolution updating the Jefferson County personnel administration manual. ■ An agreement with Clayton White, who has volunteered to serve as camp host at the Quilcene County Campground for one year. ■ Renewal of a service agreement, at a cost of $1,969, for jury management software. At a 1:30 p.m. briefing session, commissioners will hear a state Department of Natural Resources report on third-quarter county income.

motorhome on West 18th Street. An unidentified man was stabbed in the face at 1:40 p.m. Thursday. The wound proved to be superficial. Smith said the PORT ANGELES — man was treated by Port Port Angeles police have Angeles Fire Department arrested a man they medical personnel, with no sought after a stabbing in transport to a hospital. the 800 block of South A Police developed probaStreet. ble cause to arrest Gierke Stephen B. Gierke, 27, from interviews with the of Port Angeles was victim and witnesses. arrested at about 9:20 Investigators said the p.m. Thursday for investi- stabbing was the result of gation of second-degree an argument between assault and for an unreGierke, who was a pedeslated felony warrant, said trian, and the occupants of Deputy Chief Brian Smith a vehicle the victim was in. in a news release. Lincoln High, located He remained in the about two blocks from the Clallam County jail on initial reported location of Saturday with no bond set. the assault, was briefly Police arrested Gierke put on lockdown while police responded. without incident at a

The Library Advisory Board will elect a chairman on Monday. The board will meet from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Library Learning Center, 1256 Lawrence St. It also will be introduced to the library foundation and consider museum passes. Also meeting this week will be the Parks, Recreation and Trees Advisory Board.

The Port of Port Townsend commissioners will hear a boat ramp report at a meeting on Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. in chambers, 333 Benedict St. Commissioners also will hear an update on a statement of qualifications for the Quilcene wastewater consultant. Packets for the meeting will be available Monday.

Once back in the water, Campbell expects Ursula will find a small cave or pile of rocks for a home in which to raise her brood. When she finds a mate, she will receive a packet of sperm from him which will fertilize her eggs, probably more than 80,000 of them. Campbell said she will likely deposit the eggs in clusters, much like grapes, on the ceiling of her rocky home.

Cares for young And then she’ll stay there to care for them for up to six months until they’re ready to hatch, blowing water over them and removing an algae or dirt that might accumulate. She might also help them out of their egg sacs, Campbell said. She won’t eat during the whole time that she guards

Clallam residents. Individuals, couples, businesses, churches, organizations and school groups set a new record for contributions in 2014 — $271,981 — smashing the old record of $268,389 set Dec. 31, 2013. As Sept. 30, $168,364 has been spent for Home Fund grants. And as we move into winter, the toughest period of the year, all of the remaining money — $119,000 — is expected to be spent before Dec. 31.

How to apply To apply for a Peninsula Home Fund grant, contact one of the three OlyCAP offices: ■ OlyCAP’s Port Angeles office is at 228 W. First St., Suite J (Armory Square Mall); 360-452-4726. For Port Angeles and Sequim area residents. ■ Its Port Townsend office is at 823 Commerce Loop; 360-385-2571. For Jefferson County residents. ■ The Forks office is at

interesting friend at the marine center, said Campbell. Although he acknowledges that “anthropomorphizing is a dangerous her eggs. Once they’ve all hatched, game,” he likes to think that she has been inquisishe’ll die. tive and interested in the New octopus to come humans who come and go at the center. Campbell expects that a Feiro crew soon will go out Likes and dislikes to Freshwater Bay to select “She seems to have likes another octopus. This is the way it was and dislikes,” Campbell when Ursula arrived at said. Generally, he finds that Feiro to replace an older she is less aggressive and octopus, Obecka. Obecka, named for long- somewhat understanding of time Feiro volunteer Becky his need to move her around Jewell, who died in 2013, when he cleans her tank. Giant Pacific octopuses was released at Freshwater Bay when she reached have keen eyesight, said Campbell, a former engibreeding age. If Ursula’s story is famil- neer who years ago moved iar, she was named in a to Port Angeles and earned Peninsula Daily News con- a fisheries technology test last February. Via an degree from Peninsula Colonline poll, readers selected lege. He believes they can recUrsula — also the name of an octopus in a Disney chil- ognize their caretakers and dren’s movie, The Little tell them apart. The “suckers” on their Mermaid — over the names Cleopatra, Waynonna and eight arms are also highly chemo-sensitive, allowing Orleans. Ursula has been an them to differentiate surfaces

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The Port Townsend School Board will consider placing a $40.98 million, bond measure on the Feb. 11 special election ballot when it meets Monday. The board will meet at 6 p.m. in the Gael Stuart Building, 1610 Blaine St. The bond would fund construction of a new elementary school on the present Grant Street Elementary property and retrofitting of the Port Townsend High School so it is compatible with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.

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CONTINUED FROM A1 avoid a recurrence of the emergency that prompted Assistance, which usu- aid from the fund. As needed, Peninsula ally averages less than $100, is limited to one time Home Fund contributions are often used in conjuncin a 12-month period. The average amount of tion with money from help this year has been churches, service clubs and other donors, enabling Oly$62.04 per person. Money from the fund is CAP to stretch the value of used for hot meals for the contribution. The goal again: “a hand seniors in Jefferson and Clallam counties; warm up, not a handout.” ■ All contributions are winter coats for kids; home IRS tax-deductible to the repairs for a low-income fullest extent of the law for family; needed prescription the year in which the check drugs; dental work; safe, is written. drug-free temporary housYour personal informaing; eyeglasses — the list tion is kept confidential. goes on and on. PDN does not rent, sell, All instances of help are give or otherwise share designed to get an individ- your address or other inforual or family through a cri- mation with anyone or sis — and back on the path make any other use of it. to self-sufficiency. Home Fund case manag- Out of money Dec. 31 ers often work with each Since its beginning in individual or family to develop a plan to become 1989, the fund has relied on financially stable — and the support of Jefferson and

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It will meet from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday in the first-floor conference room at City Hall, 250 Madison St. The Port Townsend City Council does not meet this week. Council office hours, during which members of the public can discuss any topic with a member of the City Council, take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday in the mayor’s office at historic City Hall, 540 Water St. City offices will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving.

421 Fifth Ave.; 360-3746193. For West End residents. Leave a message in the voice mail box at any of the three numbers, and a Home Fund caseworker will phone you back. OlyCAP’s website: www. olycap.org; email: action@ olycap.org. Dale Wilson, OlyCAP’s executive director, oversees disbursements from the Peninsula Home Fund.

How to donate To donate, write a check to “Peninsula Home Fund” and attach it to the coupon that appears in today’s PDN. Mail both items to Peninsula Home Fund, Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362. You can also contribute online using a credit card: Just click on https:// secure.peninsuladailynews. com/homefund/ If you have any questions about the fund, phone Terry Ward, PDN publisher, at 360-417-3500. and even humans by “taste.” Campbell said the octopuses are very tactile. When he goes to the tank to clean or take care of other needs, he spends some time stroking the octopus and touching her. He’s always been careful to use only one arm around octopuses — just in case they decide to become aggressive and pull him in toward their central mouths, which resemble parrot beaks. Does she enjoy the stroking? “Well,” said Campbell, “she doesn’t resist it. She calms down.” Have they become friends? Campbell first said that he’s been working at allowing other people to spend time with Ursula and take care of her. But, he added, saying it was at the risk of reading too much into her behavior, “Yes, I guess so.”

________ Reporter Mark Swanson can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5054, or mswanson@penin suladailynews.com.

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OLYMPIA — A state Senate panel discussed laws related to fantasy sports games in Washington state and across the nation as it reviewed a proposed bill that would legalize casual, season-long fantasy leagues. The Senate Commerce and Labor Committee held a work session on the issue Friday ahead of the next legislative session, which begins Jan. 11. Most states have no laws that specifically address fantasy sports but do have gambling laws that might dictate whether they’re legal. Many permit betting on contests that depend more on skill than chance. Others, like New York and Washington, ban betting on games materially affected by chance, and still others prohibit betting if chance is a factor at all, no matter how minor. In Florida and Arizona, it’s illegal to wager on contests of chance or skill. Earlier this month, the New York attorney general announced that daily fantasy sports betting sites FanDuel and DraftKings are illegal gambling operations in his state and had previously announced that he was investigating insider trading at daily fantasy sites. Two states, Maryland and Kansas, have expressly permitted fan-

Games of skill Republican Sen. Pam Roach’s bill would define fantasy sports leagues as games of skill in Washington state, which would exempt them from any classification of gambling. “Here we have hundreds of thousands of people in the state of Washington who participate in something that is a fun, trash talk game,” Roach told the committee Friday. “It’s just a fun thing.” Her bill would legalize participation in leagues that had no more than 50 people and where each participant pays no more than $50. Participants would need to be over age 18 and would need to participate in at least half of the sport season. “My concept is this: let’s go ahead and carve out what is not gambling,” Roach said, noting that there will likely be a larger discussion about the daily betting issue. “My bill just pulls the normal average person out of that mess.”

Other bills in works Two other Republican senators, Doug Ericksen and Brian Dansel, have already said they will introduce a bill next year that would allow Washington residents to participate in any fantasy league, includ-

Washington state and Oregon have joined California in delaying the start of their commercial crab seasons after dangerous toxin levels were found in crabs. Officials say elevated levels of domoic acid were found in crabs in all three states. In Washington, officials on Friday said they’re delaying the season along parts of the coast where it starts on Dec. 1. Tribal crab fisheries in Grays Harbor and the adjacent ocean area are open, and officials said the crab there is safe and toxin levels are lower. Domoic acid is naturally produced by microscopic algae in the Pacific Ocean, but the massive bloom of algae caused by warming ocean conditions this year has led to more toxins pro-

duced and consumed by shellfish. California had already delayed the Nov. 15 start of its season after finding dangerous levels of the toxin. Oregon on Friday delayed the Dec. 1 start along its entire coast. It’s unclear how long the delays will last. Officials say they’re continuing to test crab samples. Dungeness crabs are a tradition at some Thanksgiving and other holiday meals. In 2014, the industry harvested nearly $170 million worth of Dungeness crab along the West Coast.

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Rob McKenna, state attorney general ing the daily fantasy games advertised on television. Former Attorney General Rob McKenna also testified before the committee. McKenna, who is serving as outside counsel for Draft Kings, FanDuel and the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, said that, with more than 40 million people across the country participating in some way, “fantasy sports have become our new national pastime.” McKenna said he sees little difference between a daily, weekly or season-long game, calling all a game of skill. “The skills required for all three are the same,” he said. Several states say they are reviewing the legality of daily fantasy sports or whether to regulate them, given their popularity and the vast sums at stake, and the industry says it would welcome what FanDuel’s chief executive called “sensible regulation.”

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A10 This week’s business meetings ■ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce — Twice-monthly luncheon meetings usually are held at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at SunLand Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim. There will be no luncheon this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. ■ Forks Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar & Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s gathering will feature Mark Nichols, Clallam County prosecuting attorney. Lunch costs $9.75 and will include an entree and sides. The soup of the day will be clam chowder. ■ Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are held Mondays at noon at the Port Townsend Elks Lodge, 555 Otto St. This Monday’s program will feature Pamela Ziemann, author of Giving Voice to Your Cause, will talk on how to think on one’s feet for business success and stressless holiday gatherings. The luncheon’s sponsor will be the Boiler Room. Lunch by Subway costs $8. ■ Port Angeles Business Association — Breakfast meetings are held Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive, Port Angeles. This Tuesday’s program was not available by press time. There is a $3 minimum charge by Joshua’s for those who do not order breakfast.

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Gayle Snyder, 95, right, with his home caregiver, Jeffrey Interiano. While most older retirees prefer to stay at home rather than enter a nursing home, it isn’t easy to make it work.

Learning unfamiliar language of home care law, who was 85 and had dementia at the time. She has since died. “We went through six people,” Wagner said, GIVEN THE TENS of millions of people in “And most stayed only a few months. It was difretirement or about to enter it, it’s surprising ficult. Finally we found someone who was amazhow few plan for something most of them will ing. The caregiver also did gardening and eventually need: help doing basic tasks at home. cleaned up. We paid her $30,000 a year.” But perhaps it is not so surprising: It’s like Home care, often referred to as caregiving or learning a difficult new language late in life. nonmedical in-home services, provides help with Only about 1 percent of those aged 65 to 74 the activities of daily living. live in nursing homes, the Census Bureau Professionals who perform these services reports. may not need licensing or certification, although Most retirees continue to live at home as many are certified nursing assistants. they age, even though many do not have relaRequirements vary from state to state. tives nearby to assist them as it becomes harder “Home care is about quality of life and to handle daily activities because of declining ensures that chronic conditions are being health, mobility or cognitive difficulties. Of those who need the help most, many won’t addressed and gives family caregivers peace of admit they need it or obtain assistance willingly mind that their loved ones are safe at home,” said Phil Bongiorno, executive director of the on their own. They fear loss of independence and becoming Home Care Association of America, a trade group. a burden to their families. “A lot of people don’t know what home care For most older people, it is far preferable to stay at home rather than enter a nursing home. is, but it’s playing an increasingly important role in maintaining the health and safety of But it isn’t easy to make it work. seniors across the country.” Home health aides or assistants fill in the Personal experience gaps for family members who either can’t be Just ask Coleen Wagner, who lives in Sarawith a loved one or are unable to provide comtoga, Calif., and has helped several relatives prehensive services. find home care. TURN TO CARE/A11 That includes, most recently, her mother-inBY JOHN F. WASIK

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Feeling woozy? Maybe it’s cyber sickness BY KATE MURPHY THE NEW YORK TIMES

IF YOU ARE watching computer-generated mayhem in the latest action film or scrolling rapTURN TO BRIEFLY/A11 idly on your smartphone, you may start to feel a little off. Maybe it is a dull headache or dizziness or creeping nausea. And no, it is not something you ate. A peculiar side effect of the 21st century is something called digital motion sickness or cybersickness. Increasingly common, according to medical and media experts, it causes a person to feel woozy, as if on a boat in a churning sea, from viewing moving digital content. “It’s a fundamental problem that’s kind of been swept under the carpet in the tech industry,” said Cyriel Diels, a cognitive psychologist and human factors researcher at Coventry University’s Center for Mobility and Transport in England. “It’s a natural response to an unnatural environment.” Digital motion sickness, known among medical professionals as visually induced motion sickness, stems from a The design by Laurel Black Design that was selected as a basic mismatch between sensory inputs, said Steven Rauch, mediwinner of the 2015 Health + Wellness Design Awards competition. cal director of the Massachusetts

Eye and Ear Balance and Vestibular Center and professor of otolaryngology at Harvard Medical School. “Your sense of balance is different than other senses in that it has lots of inputs,” he said. “When those inputs don’t agree, that’s when you feel dizziness and nausea.”

Traditional motion sickness In traditional motion sickness, the mismatch occurs because you feel movement in your muscles and joints as well as in the intricate coils of your inner ear, but you do not see it. That is why getting up on the deck of a ship and looking at the horizon helps you feel better. But with digital motion sickness, it is the opposite. You see movement — like the turns and twists shown in a movie or video game car chase — that you do not feel. The result is the same: You may have sensory conflict that can make you feel queasy. It can happen to anyone, even if you are someone who is not prone to motion sickness in cars, boats or airplanes. Various studies indicate it can affect 50 percent to 80 percent of people, depending on the fidelity of the digital content and how it is presented.

Studies show that women are more susceptible than men, as are those with a history of migraines or concussion. Anecdotally, researchers said that people with traits associated with the “Type A” personality — such as perfectionism or ambition — also seem to be more vulnerable. Nobody knows exactly why this might be, but one theory is that people with these traits may also have a tendency to be more alert and reactive to sensory inputs, similar to people who get migraines. Often symptoms are subtle. As a result, many people with digital motion sickness do not quite know what is causing their discomfort, typically chalking it up to stress, stomach upset, eyestrain or vertigo. None of this is news to the military, which has long known about the sickness that even seasoned pilots can feel in flight simulators. And the problem has only gotten worse as simulators have gotten better with virtual reality and 3-D imagery. It is the same sort of mindbending artistry that is now pervading television and film and that even underlies the way the icons seem to float on your smartphone’s home screen. TURN

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rehab facility, they may need in-home medical care. That’s mostly covered by Medicare, but on a limited basis. Although there’s some local support for home care assistance, most Americans pay for it out of pocket. Some long-term care insurance policies may cover home care. Although regulated by the states in varying degrees, home health professionals are usually independent or employed by small private firms. Nearly 5 million Americans are being served by 12,000 home health agencies, which provide referrals in exchange for a portion of the service fee to clients, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More than 80 percent are for-profit. Steiner’s firm charges $18 to $30 an hour, depending on the services needed. The highest rate is for 24-hour in-home care, where the assistant stays in the home. That typically averages from $250 to $500 a day. Nationally, home health aides and homemakers — the term for a professional who provides light housekeeping — charge a median rate of $20 per hour, accord-

ing to a survey by Genworth, an insurance company. That compares with more than $220 a day for a nursing home and about $120 a day for assisted living. However you approach providing home care, keep in mind there are no uniform national or state standards. To find home care support, you can contact local agencies or try county health departments or those providing services for the elderly. Internet searches will turn up a variety of agencies, although there’s no rigorous service rating system to evaluate these firms. The best advice often comes from someone from a family with personal experience. When considering a home care company or professional for a loved one, you should insist that the firm do a thorough review of the daily needs of the client and offer a customized care plan. Make sure any agency or firm does complete background checks of its aides, has a quality control system and will handle any problems promptly and professionally. If you need specific medical services at home for

yourself or a parent, the support system is much more elaborate. Medicare, for example, provides listings and evaluations of health care agencies through its Home Health Compare site. You can find nearby agencies through a ZIP code search and see patient care quality ratings and re-hospitalization rates. Medicare also covers some hospice care. When navigating the home care route, be prepared to roll with the punches. The person you’re trying to help may not want a stranger at home and may be mistrustful of the aide. Watch the situation closely and request changes if someone doesn’t work out. While it may take some time, finding a qualified home care professional is worth the effort.

_______ John F. Wasik writes for The New York Times.

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Sickness: Can be remedied accessibility settings to its mobile operating system to allow users to tone down the visual stimuli. And executives at Oculus V.R., makers of the muchanticipated virtual reality headset Oculus Rift (the company was purchased by Facebook last year for $2 billion), have said digital motion sickness is one of their biggest hurdles. Balance specialists said the problem can often be improved with habituation — watching, say, a chaoti-

cally cut film or playing a virtual reality game in short spurts just until the onset of mild symptoms, then recovering and repeating at specified intervals. But some experts wonder whether it is a good idea to train your brain to ignore conflicting sensory stimuli because it might inhibit your ability to react appropriately in the real world.

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Foiling electronic email snoops Android, images are intercepted and rewritten on a server between the sender and the recipient. That makes it impossible for the sender to receive detailed information like the recipient’s location, device or app used. “Since we launched Gmail we’ve worked to make it the most secure email service available,” the company said in a statement.

BY BRIAN X. CHEN

A basic method for thwarting some email trackers involves disabling emails from automatically IT DIDN’T TAKE much for loading images, including invisible Florian Seroussi, a technology tracking pixels. But that doesn’t investor in Manhattan, to become defeat all trackers, which are also suspicious of his email. hiding in other places like fonts His misgivings were sparked and web links. late one night last year when he I recently put a handful of free opened a message from an entreemail tracking services and preneur who was asking him to tracker detectors to the test to invest in a start-up. Minutes later, assess whether there was a viable Seroussi’s cellphone rang with a method for identifying and removcall from the same start-up execu- ing the invisible snoopers. I tried tive. the trackers and detectors on the Coincidence? Not to Seroussi. most popular email service, Gmail. “What are the odds that at 10:30 My conclusions aren’t heartenat night, a guy suddenly has a ing. I found that the available soluvision that I’m reading his email?” tions for combating trackers were he said. “They must know somefar from ideal. Some failed to ferthing that I don’t.” ret out many trackers, while othIt turned out that the start-up ers required major trade-offs. executive had planted a tracking I began by testing the email mechanism into his message to trackers themselves. One was Seroussi, a trend that is increasMailTrack, which is a plug-in for ingly afflicting all of our email. Google’s Chrome browser that can Trackers, which come in many quickly insert a hidden tracking forms including a single invisible pixel into a message. Setting it up pixel inserted into an email or the is simple. You install the plug-in hyperlinks embedded inside a and enable a Google mail account message, are frequently being used to use the service. After typing an to detect when someone opens a email, you hit a double check mark message and even where that per- icon to embed the invisible tracker. son is when the email is opened. When the recipient opens the By some estimates, trackers are email, you receive a notification now used in as much as 60 percent and an email alerting you that the of all sent emails. message has been opened. I also tried a better-known HE TRACKERS ARE email marketing service, traditionally offered by email MailChimp, which includes trackmarketing services like GetReing as part of a suite of features. sponse and MailChimp. They have The service is tailored for small a legitimate use: to help commerbusinesses to compose and send cial entities send messages taiemail campaigns for their prodlored for specific types of customucts. The company said its trackers. The New York Times, too, uses ers can see when specific recipiemail trackers in its newsletters. ents open email and also pull data The Electronic Frontier Foundaon where they are and what tion, a nonprofit that focuses on devices they are using. digital rights, estimates that prac“People want to be spoken to as tically every marketing email now a snowflake, an individual,” Eric contains some form of a tracker. Muntz, MailChimp’s vice president Yet, the prevalence of these for product, said in an interview. trackers raises consumer ques“Our tools help our users talk to tions. Because trackers are invisitheir customers in a very specific ble, many people are unaware of way.” them and have no inkling of how In my experiment, I was able to to dodge them. create an email newsletter on “It’s definitely a privacy conMailChimp in 10 minutes with cern,” said Cooper Quintin, a tech- trackers embedded into the email nologist and privacy advocate for itself, as well as inside buttons for the Electronic Frontier Foundasharing on social media and buytion. “There’s no mechanism for ing an item. After I sent the newspeople to opt out.” letter to myself, MailChimp THE NEW YORK TIMES

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“My father was praying for our Thanksgiving dinner when my brother fell off his stool onto the floor because it was crowded with nine at the table. All of us started laughing. After a long pause, my dad finished the prayer.”

“My wife had tried a new soup recipe. It was cold cabbage soup. It was terrible. Everybody tasted it and gave us a ‘Do I really have to eat this?’ look. I ate mine because my wife made it, but she never made it again.”

“I cooked the turkey normally, but then I found out I had stuck it in upside-down. It literally fell apart. There was meat all over the place. I thought I had it right side up. I guess I learned a lesson the hard way.”

“One year, we decided to synchronize cooking the turkeys and the pies together. There was no room in the oven, so we had to tip the pies at a precarious level. It smoked up the whole house. When we cleaned the kitchen, we needed to wear masks and scarves.”

“My ex-husband was taking the turkey out of the oven, and it slipped off the tray onto the floor. . . . We cut away most of the bottom and ate the top. It wasn’t funny; it was upsetting.”

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“I remember when I was a young kid, my dad bought a turkey at the store that had three legs. As a kid, I wondered if it grew it or they just stuck another one in the package. It’s now an old family joke.”

“When I was a teenager, I didn’t want to go to Thanksgiving with my parents, so I was home alone cooking chicken and waffles. I locked myself out of the house and had to crawl back inside using the dog door.”

“I was using a deep pan fryer for the turkey. It came out burnt on the outside and raw on the inside. Yes, I did it too quickly and didn’t follow directions. We tore it apart and salvaged some, cooking it in the oven.”

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Peninsula Voices Still good policy Over a decade ago, Port Angeles came together in response to an epidemic of cavities in young children. Forty percent of secondgraders had untreated painful cavities, and too many of those needed surgery to fix them. The Olympic Medical Center medical staff, United Way of Clallam County, Port Angeles School Board, Clallam County Board of Health and dentists called for joining 66 percent of the rest of the country in providing community water fluoride as an effective and safe response. Since then, the number of Americans with fluoride in the water to reduce cavities has increased to 75 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fluoride is neither “poison” nor “medication.” It is a mineral found naturally in many water supplies. It’s in the earth’s crust and in the Pacific Ocean at higher concentrations than fluoridated water. U.S. courts and the Food and Drug Administration reject the argument that fluoride is a “medication.” Just as iodine is added to salt and Vitamin D to milk, fluoride in water promotes health. Not only is fluoridation safe, it is extremely costeffective. A community that stops spends more money on decay-related dental problems. Every $1 invested in fluoridation saves $38 in unnecessary treatment costs, according to the CDC. Every major reputable health and medical organization that examined the issue

supports fluoridation. It is widely regarded as one of the most important public health benefits of the last century. Nearly every major American city fluoridates water. I urge Port Angeles to continue fluoridation. It is a real and proven benefit that should not be denied because of the unfounded fears of a vocal minority. Steven H. Chapman, M.D., Lebanon, N.H.

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amount of time, energy and taxpayer money that could have been used on other issues. Why? One possible answer could be that the City Council has already made up their minds and letting us vote might net a different result. I hope this is not true; however, it would explain some of their behavior. I am sure there are other people who would prefer to vote on this issue rather than be told by the City Council what will happen. Please join me in asking our City Council, why do you refuse to let us vote on this issue? Benjiman J. Hertel, Port Angeles

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significant adverse effects are not borne out in a careful study of the research, let’s keep building on the strong foundation water fluoridation has provided here in the past 10 years. Please support the continuation of this safe, inexpensive public health measure for all of Port Angeles. Stephen Bush, MD; Katherine Hennessey, MD; Deborah Bopp, ARNP, CNM; Laurie Johnson-Dreise, ARNP, CNM; Cheri Shields, ARNP, CNM, Port Angeles

ment that leads to improved oral health and fewer expensive dental treatments. Port Angeles has been fluoridating its water for about 10 years, and local dentists and other health professionals are beginning to see the tangible results. Let’s keep up the good work. Please support water fluoridation when you receive your survey. Gregory A. Royack, DDS, Port Angeles

irrelevant to fluoridation. No court of last resort has ever ruled that fluoride in public water is a drug or forced medication of the unwilling. Osmunson supported the opponents to fluoridation who sued Port Angeles and Forks in 2011, and the suit was dismissed. Osmunson has gone to the Washington Board of Health 15 times requesting fluoridation be barred from public health through a variety of regulatory change requests, according to WashChapman was in Port ington Dental Service FounAngeles from 2000 to 2008 Points on fluoride dation. All were rejected. at Peninsula Children’s Although previous writOsmunson said in his colAll the above work at Clinic and was active in the ers have offered good arguumn that the EPA had conOlympic Medical Physicians ments against fluoridation, coalition to begin fluoridafirmed to him that fluoridaWomen’s Health. tion. there are two points that I tion is prohibited by the Safe would like to emphasise: Water Drinking Act. Not so. Seeks fluoride vote Fluoridation helpful 1) People who wish to The Safe Water Drinking add fluoride to their bodies I have some questions Drinking fluoridated Act states that fluoridation can do so easily; using fluoabout how the Port Angeles Pro-fluoridation water is one of the most decisions will be made at the ride toothpaste is one way. City Council is handling the We are writing to express effective and beneficial state and/or local level, not Those of us who wish to fluoride issue. things people can do to our support for continued at the federal level. I believe the most impor- fluoridation of our communi- improve their dental health. remove fluoride from our William Hirzy, the former water have no easy way to tant of these is, why does I experience this every ty’s water supply. vice president of one of the do that. the City Council refuse to let day as a dentist, and I can Between us and our EPA unions, does not speak 2) If the possible dangers us vote on this issue? often tell which patients nurse-midwife colleagues, for the EPA. to our physical and mental Regardless of your posihave had access to fluoriwe have delivered many While Hirzy and the tion, I think the citizens, not hundreds, if not thousands, dated water versus patients well-being are not enough to union oppose fluoridation, convince one that perhaps the City Council, should of the children of Port Ange- that have not because the the EPA considers fluoridadecide this issue. people with fewer or no cavi- fluoridation of our water is les. tion safe. Hirzy is now the I am confident people livties tend to live in communi- unwise, then maybe vanity Supplementing the fluopaid lobbyist in Washington, ing in this area can think for ride in our water, along with ties with water fluoridation. will work. D.C., for the Fluoride Action Several studies, such as themselves and vote accord- regular dental care and good The overwhelming body Network, the same organiingly. of evidence supports the fact one at the University of oral health habits, is very zation for which Osmunson Unfortunately, the City that people who drink fluori- Kent in Great Britain, sugimportant to the health of is a board member. gest a link between water Council has chosen a path dated water have less tooth children throughout their There are over a 100 repthat is overly complex and decay and lower dental care fluoridation and weight gain. utable, well-known scientific, lives. Susan Hove-Pabst, divisive. The pregnant women we costs than those who do not. public health, medical and Port Angeles They have forced doctor The small amount of care for benefit from having dental organizations that against doctor and citizen had this safe, effective mea- money it costs to fluoridate recognize fluoridation as Response to letter safe and effective. That is against citizen. sure to help strengthen their the water is a fraction of How is this helping our what it costs to treat dental teeth as they themselves In response to Dr. Bill why the CDC has hailed flucommunity? Who asked disease in the community. were growing up. Osmunson in his column oridation as “one of the 10 them to decide this issue for Studies conducted by the Oct. 27 on the U.S. Food and greatest achievements of the This is particularly us? important in light of the link American Dental AssociaDrug Administration and 20th century.” What are they trying to tion, centers for Disease between poor dental health fluoridation: Vote yes for fluoridation. achieve with the forums, Control and Prevention, and pre-term birth docuThe EPA, not the FDA, Kurt Ferre, DDS, meetings, telephone surveys mented by the American American Academy of Pedi- has jurisdiction over fluoride Portland, Ore. and now an advisory vote? College of Obstetricians and atric and other reputable and the other 40-plus water They have taken a health organizations consis- additives that can be added Gynecologists. Ferre is board president straightforward yes-or-no Given the important pub- tently show that fluoridation to public water; what the of Friends of Creston Chilissue and spent a large is a safe and sound investlic health benefits and that FDA states about fluoride is dren’s Dental Clinic.

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rants & Raves COMPILED

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Rave of the Week HUGE RAVE TO the Clallam County Public Utility District lineworkers for working to restore power under dangerously high winds and rain on O’Brien Road in Port Angeles and the firefighters for clearing our road of downed trees and debris. You are our heroes of the [Tuesday] storm. Thank you.

. . . and other Raves RAVE TO THE Co-op Farm & Garden in Sequim for stocking the wonderful retro toys that require children to “use their imagination” to play. No batteries required.

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HUGE RAVE TO NBC for mentioning the Port Angeles Roughriders football team during the [Seattle] Seahawks game. Thank you. RAVE TO JUAN de Fuca Foundation for the Arts for putting on a beautiful Beatles tribute concert. It was fantastic with one exception: the man in the front section who took videos and flash photos all during the performance . . . inconsiderate and very distracting.

Rant of the Week RANT TO THE Port Angeles restaurant owner who swore and yelled at his employee during lunch so all the patrons could hear it. It was very upsetting and disappointing to see this behavior. Take it to the office in the future.

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Neah sends Saints marching Red Devils head to semis for seventh straight year BY MICHAEL CARMAN PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

BREMERTON — A powerrushing offense and a fierce passrushing defense propelled Neah Bay to a 62-12 victory over Seattle Lutheran in the 1B state quarterfinals at Silverdale Stadium. With Friday’s win, the school’s 35th consecutive triumph, the powerhouse Red Devils earned their seventh consecutive berth to

the state semifinals. They also surpassed St. John (1958-62) for the second-longest winning streak in state 1B history. Now comes another matchup with Lummi in the semifinals, the two teams fourth consecutive post-Thanksgiving meeting in the Tacoma Dome and sixth in the past seven seasons. That game is set for 4 p.m. Friday.

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some matchups in the middle. “Not a lot of 8-man teams like to use the middle of the field, but Neah Bay (10-0) opened the if you give us the middle we will quarterfinal game by exploiting a go after it. It’s just more space for weakness in the Saints’ defense: us to use.” the middle of the field. Pass rush makes early mark Lined up in a tight I-formation, Red Devils running back Cole Seattle Lutheran (8-3) moved Svec thundered 51 yards up the the ball from near midfield to the middle for a TD on the first play Neah Bay 30 on its opening drive, from scrimmage. but the Red Devils’ pass rush, led “We saw some things on film by defensive end Kenrick Doherty that we thought we could take Jr., forced quick and errant throws advantage of, and we did right on third and fourth down. there off the bat,” Neah Bay coach “The pass rush was there Tony McCaulley said. tonight and it made it tough on “They were real committed to that QB to throw it,” McCaulley containing the edge and it left said. “We stopped the run really

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well and made it tough for them to move the ball.” Doherty was in the Seattle Lutheran backfield all game, recording three sacks, five QB hurries, 10 tackles and a pass deflection. “Honestly, I don’t know,” Doherty said of how he was able to apply pressure. “I just ran past them. “And really just playing one play at a time because it builds up and wears them out mentally.” Tommy Tyler led the team with 12 tackles, Michael McGee added 11 and Roland Gagnon had 10. TURN

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Pirates bend but don’t break PC men win opener 95-86 over Vikings

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BELLINGHAM — Quilcene hung with Lummi for much of the first half before Blackhawks pulled away to end the Rangers season in a 40-0 1B state quarterfinal defeat Saturday. Trailing 6-0, Quilcene marched to the Lummi 20 before its drive stalled and the Blackhawks forced a turnover on downs. The Rangers’ red zone woes continued in the second quarter when Lummi’s Trazil Lane intercepted a pass and returned it 90 yards for a touchdown. Quilcene also gave up a late firsthalf score when Jonathan Casimir connected with Free Borsey on a 26-yard TD pass to put Lummi up 20-0 at the break. After Lummi recovered an onside kick to open the second half, Lane went 42 yards for another TD that gave the Blackhawks 28-0 lead with just more than a minute gone in the third quarter. The loss closed the door on arguably the best season in school history for Quilcene (8-3). The Rangers won their first-ever state playoff game in four trips in last week’s 56-8 drubbing of Taholah. Lummi (9-3) now moves on to the state semifinals against Neah Bay. The Blackhawks have fallen to the Red Devils in the past there state semis at the Tacoma Dome.

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Peninsula’s Dimitri Amos, left, looks for the hoop as Big Bend’s Mogga Lado defends the lane in the Pirates’ victory over the Vikings.

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SEATTLE — Noah Dickerson has an extremely simple explanation for Washington’s fast starts in the past two games: “We get after it from the get-go. We’re ready.” Fellow freshman Dejounte Murray had a bit more to say following the Huskies’ 104-67 dominating win over Ivy League member Penn on Saturday afternoon. “I feel like it’s all about preparation and preparing for each game,” he said. “I give props to our coaches because they make sure we deal with one team at a time and we don’t ever overlook any team.”

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PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula Pirates are deep enough this year that they can survive Deonte Dixon picking up his fourth foul with 15 minutes left. Big Bend is good enough to hang around after Peninsula built an 18-point lead in the first half of Friday’s season opener. Dixon showed how important he is to the Peninsula College men’s basketball team when he re-entered the game and scored half of his 18 points to help the Pirates hold on for a 95-86 win in a nonleague duel between a pair of teams who played in the Northwest Athletic Conference tournament last season. “We knew that could happen. He’s a scoring machine,” Peninsula freshman guard Darrion Daniels said. “Deonte, he’s going to score. We just tell him to keep his head up. Sometimes he gets down on himself, but we tell him to keep his head up and he come in and perform like he did tonight.” The Pirates made 74 percent (23 for 31) of their field goals in the first half and built a lead as high as 48-30 before settling for a 50-37 advantage at the break. The 50 points is the most Peninsula has scored in a single half since it poured in 60 against running-and-gunning Shoreline on Feb. 19, 2014, in a 97-96 victory. That game also was the last time the Pirates scored 95 points or more.


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Today Women’s Basketball: Peninsula College at Lower Columbia, 1 p.m.

Monday Women’s Basketball: Peninsula College at Centralia, 5 p.m.

Area Sports Bowling LAUREL LANES Thursday Long House Market Men’s high game: Brandon Eshom, 257; men’s high series: Travis Darting, 676. Women’s high game: Mary Jane Birdsong, 213; women’s high series: Mary Jane Birdsong, 520. Wednesday Birch’s Molar Bowlers Men’s high game: Jay Cameron, 244; men’s high series: Jay Cameron, 627. Women’s high game: Catherine Woodahl, 211; women’s high series: Linda Chansky, 543. Leading team: Geoducks. Lakeside Big Four Men’s high game: Frank Carpenter, 299; men’s high series: Frank Carpenter, 751. Tuesday Mixed Up Mixed Men’s high game: Josh Fagan, 244; men’s high series: Bill VanGordon, 613. Women’s high game: Debbie Halvorson, 201; women’s high series: Debbie Halvorson, 547. Leading team: The Young & The Rest Us. Sunlanders I Men’s high game: Ray DeJong, 221; men’s high series: Ray DeJong, 571. Women’s high game: MJ Anderson, 161; women’s high series: MJ Anderson, 445. Leading team: Swamp Ratz. Monday Baxter Auto Parts Old Timers Men’s high game: Jay Cameron, 235; men’s high series: Jay Cameron, 595. Men’s high game: Ginny Bowling, 157; men’s high series: Ginny Bowlng, 454. Laurel Lanes Seniors Men’s high game: Jack Shields, 178; men’s high series: Jack Shields, 515. Women’s high game: Debbie Champion, 203; women’s high series: Debbie Champion, 456. Leading team: Sunflowers. Les Schwab Mixed Majors Men’s high game: Fred Pratt, 255; men’s high series: Fred Pratt, 667. Women’s high game: Vahl Burkett, 246; women’s high series: Vahl Burkett, 627. Leading team: The Grizzlies. Monday Night Mixed Men’s high game: Nathan Dewey, 221; men’s high series: Nathan Dewey, 629. Women’s high game: Bunny Rudder, 191; women’s high series: Dawn Barrett, 470. Leading team: Screw Balls.

Golf Peninsula Golf Club Sunday, Nov. 15 Men’s Club Better Nine Gross: Paul Reed, 34; James Root, 36. Net: Gary McLaughlin: 32.5; Bill Evenstad, 33; Tim Lusk, 34; Mark Leffers, 35.

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Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer is carried off the field by his players after his team fell to North Carolina 30-27 in overtime. It was Beamer’s last home game as coach since he is retiring at the end of the season. He has a 234115-2 overall record in 29 seasons at Virginia Tech.

Preps Football State Playoff Quarterfinals Class 4A Gonzaga Prep 28, Woodinville 18 Lake Stevens 49, Graham-Kapowsin 14 Richland 28, Moses Lake 23 Class 3A Eastside Catholic 47, Bonney Lake 7 Lakes 35, Kennewick 6 Bellevue vs. Glacier Peak, late. Juanita vs. Blanchet, late. Class 2A Prosser 31, Ellensburg 0 Sedro-Woolley vs. Hockinson, late. Archbishop Murphy at North Kitsap, late. Tumwater at Squalicum, late. Class 1A King’s 42, Hoquiam 21 Mount Baker at Montesano, late. Royal vs. Colville, late. Zillah vs. Connell, late. Class 2B Northwest Christian (Colbert) 33, Asotin 32 Okanogan 35, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 28 Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 47, Morton/White Pass 7 Napavine 34, Liberty (Spangle) 7 Class 1B Neah Bay 62, Seattle Lutheran 12 Lummi 40, Quilcene 0 Liberty Christian 64, Republic 12 Almira-Coulee-Hartline vs. Touchet, late.

Football National Football League NATIONAL CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF Arizona 7 2 0 .778 302 St. Louis 4 5 0 .444 166 Seattle 4 5 0 .444 199 San Francisco3 6 0 .333 126 East W L T Pct PF N.Y. Giants 5 5 0 .500 273 Washington 4 5 0 .444 205 Philadelphia 4 5 0 .444 212 Dallas 2 7 0 .222 166

PA 185 183 179 223 PA 253 209 184 214

South L T Pct PF 0 0 1.000 255 3 0 .667 229 5 0 .444 191 6 0 .400 255 North W L T Pct PF Minnesota 7 2 0 .778 198 Green Bay 6 3 0 .667 219 Chicago 4 5 0 .444 199 Detroit 2 7 0 .222 167 AMERICAN CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF Denver 7 2 0 .778 205 Kansas City 4 5 0 .444 224 Oakland 4 5 0 .444 227 San Diego 2 7 0 .222 210 East W L T Pct PF New England 9 0 0 1.000 303 Buffalo 5 4 0 .556 231 N.Y. Jets 5 4 0 .556 217 Miami 4 5 0 .444 191 South W L T Pct PF Indianapolis 4 5 0 .444 200 Houston 4 5 0 .444 184 Jacksonville 4 6 0 .400 211 Tennessee 2 8 0 .200 182 North W L T Pct PF Cincinnati 8 1 0 .889 235 Pittsburgh 6 4 0 .600 236 Baltimore 2 7 0 .222 210 Cleveland 2 8 0 .200 186 W Carolina 9 Atlanta 6 Tampa Bay 4 New Orleans 4

Pittsburgh PA 175 190 237 315 PA 154 185 234 261 PA 168 195 241 249 PA 169 207 184 225 PA 227 211 268 233 PA 152 191 236 277

Thursday’s Game Jacksonville 19, Tennessee 13 Today’s Games N.Y. Jets at Houston, 10 a.m. Denver at Chicago, 10 a.m. Oakland at Detroit, 10 a.m. Indianapolis at Atlanta, 10 a.m. Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 10 a.m. St. Louis at Baltimore, 10 a.m. Dallas at Miami, 10 a.m. Washington at Carolina, 10 a.m. Kansas City at San Diego, 1:05 p.m. San Francisco at Seattle, 1:25 p.m. Green Bay at Minnesota, 1:25 p.m. Cincinnati at Arizona, 6:30 p.m. Open: Cleveland, N.Y. Giants, New Orleans,

Monday’s Game Buffalo at New England, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26 Philadelphia at Detroit, 9:30 a.m. Carolina at Dallas, 1:30 p.m. Chicago at Green Bay, 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29 New Orleans at Houston, 10 a.m. Buffalo at Kansas City, 10 a.m. Oakland at Tennessee, 10 a.m. St. Louis at Cincinnati, 10 a.m. Minnesota at Atlanta, 10 a.m. N.Y. Giants at Washington, 10 a.m. Tampa Bay at Indianapolis, 10 a.m. San Diego at Jacksonville, 10 a.m. Miami at N.Y. Jets, 10 a.m. Arizona at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Seattle, 1:25 p.m. New England at Denver, 5:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30 Baltimore at Cleveland, 5:30 p.m.

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Today 6:30 a.m. (306) FS1 Soccer DFL, Hoffenheim at Hertha Berlin (Live) 8 a.m. (304) NBCSN Soccer EPL, West Ham United at Tottenham Hotspur (Live) 9:30 a.m. (311) ESPNU Basketball NCAA, Harvard vs. Boston College (Live) 10 a.m. (13) KCPQ Football NFL, Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers (Live) 10 a.m. (26) ESPN Basketball NCAA, 2K Classic (Live) 10 a.m. (27) ESPN2 Tennis ATP, World Tour Finals (Live) 10 a.m. (47) GOLF PGA, The RSM Classic (Live) 10 a.m. (7) KIRO Football NFL, Denver Broncos at Chicago Bears (Live) 11:30 a.m. (311) ESPNU Basketball NCAA, Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Live) Noon (313) CBSSD Women’s Basketball NCAA, WNIT Preseason Tournament, Championship (Live) Noon (5) KING (304) NBCSN Auto Racing NASCAR, Ford EcoBoost 400, Sprint Cup Series (Live) 12:30 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Basketball NCAA, 2K Sports Classic (Live) 1 p.m. (13) KCPQ Football NFL, San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks (Live) 1 p.m. (25) ROOT Women’s Basketball NCAA, Mississippi vs. Middle Tennessee State 1:30 p.m. (306) FS1 Basketball NCAA, Akron vs. Villanova (Live) 1:30 p.m. (311) ESPNU Basketball NCAA, Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Live) 2 p.m. (26) ESPN Soccer MLS, New York Red Bulls at Columbus Crew, Eastern Conference Final, Game 1 (Live) 2:30 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Basketball NCAA, Hall of Fame Tip-Off, Championship (Live) 3:30 p.m. (313) CBSSD Basketball NCAA, Paradise Jam Tournament, Semifinal (Live) 4 p.m. (311) ESPNU Basketball NCAA, Charleston Classic, Third-place Game (Live) 4:30 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Basketball NCAA, Puerto Rico TipOff, Championship (Live) 4:30 p.m. (306) FS1 Soccer MLS, FC Dallas at Portland Timbers, Western Conference Final, Game 1 (Live) 5:20 p.m. (5) KING Football NFL, Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona Cardinals (Live) 6 p.m. (313) CBSSD Basketball NCAA, Paradise Jam Tournament, Semifinal (Live) 6:30 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Basketball NCAA, Charleston Classic, Championship (Live)

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29. Technicals—Auger, Foreman, Andrews, Washington Bench. A—6,495.

Washington 104, Penn 67

Washington St. 85, Idaho St. 67

Saturday’s Game PENN (3-1) Silpe 2-6 2-4 7, Woods 0-10 4-6 4, NelsonHenry 2-6 9-11 13, S. Jones 2-8 0-0 6, Howard 4-10 0-0 10, Rothschild 2-4 1-2 5, Foreman 4-7 1-4 9, Lewis 2-3 2-2 6, Donahue 1-3 0-2 3, D. Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Auger 1-5 0-0 2, Simmons 0-0 0-0 0, Hamilton 0-0 0-0 0, Dwyer 1-2 0-0 2, McManus 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-64 19-31 67. WASHINGTON (3-0) Chriss 7-10 1-2 15, Thybulle 0-4 0-0 0, Murray 9-16 1-1 22, Andrews 5-11 4-4 16, Dickerson 6-9 1-2 13, Crisp 5-7 2-2 14, Dime 0-3 5-6 5, Knight 0-1 0-0 0, Garrett 0-1 0-1 0, Kingma 0-2 0-0 0, Green 2-5 0-0 4, Duruisseau 0-2 2-2 2, Bowman 4-4 0-1 8, Dorsey 2-3 0-0 5. Totals 40-78 16-21 104. Halftime—Washington 54-30. 3-Point Goals— Penn 6-28 (Howard 2-5, S. Jones 2-8, Donahue 1-3, Silpe 1-4, Lewis 0-1, Foreman 0-1, Woods 0-6), Washington 8-20 (Murray 3-6, Crisp 2-3, Andrews 2-5, Dorsey 1-2, Green 0-1, Duruisseau 0-1, Kingma 0-1, Chriss 0-1). Fouled Out—Dime, Duruisseau. Rebounds—Penn 39 (Howard 8), Washington 50 (Dickerson 7). Assists—Penn 11 (Silpe 4), Washington 18 (Andrews 5). Total Fouls—Penn 18, Washington

Friday’s Game IDAHO ST. (2-1) Topalovic 4-6 0-1 8, Nwosuh 1-6 0-0 2, Luzcando 4-10 4-4 14, Telfair 5-13 3-4 15, Smith 0-1 0-0 0, Wilson 2-7 1-3 5, Nakken 0-1 0-0 0, Boyd 1-2 0-0 3, Faruq-Bey 6-17 2-3 19, Nicolds 0-0 0-0 0, Lennox 0-0 1-2 1, Chivichyan 0-4 0-0 0, Ingram 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-67 11-17 67. WASHINGTON ST. (2-0) Longrus 3-3 0-2 6, Hawkinson 7-13 5-5 19, Iroegbu 4-10 10-12 21, Daniels 3-7 0-0 7, Callison 1-2 0-0 3, Suggs 4-9 1-2 10, Redding 0-3 0-0 0, Franks 0-0 0-0 0, Johnson 3-8 0-0 8, Boese 0-1 0-0 0, Clifford 0-0 1-2 1, Izundu 4-4 2-4 10. Totals 29-60 19-27 85. Halftime—Washington St. 44-37. 3-Point Goals—Idaho St. 10-31 (Faruq-Bey 5-12, Luzcando 2-3, Telfair 2-7, Boyd 1-1, Nakken 0-1, Nwosuh 0-3, Chivichyan 0-4), Washington St. 8-26 (Iroegbu 3-6, Johnson 2-5, Callison 1-2, Suggs 1-4, Daniels 1-5, Hawkinson 0-1, Boese 0-1, Redding 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Idaho St. 35 (Wilson 7), Washington St. 49 (Hawkinson 14). Assists—Idaho St. 6 (Telfair 3), Washington St. 18 (Iroegbu 7). Total Fouls—Idaho St. 22, Washington St. 23. A—2,662.

Spartans upset Buckeyes, shake up NCAA playoff race BY RALPH D. RUSSO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Playing without its star quarterback, Michigan State put the defending national champions on the outside looking in at the College Football Playoff race. Michael Geiger kicked a 41-yard field goal as time expired and No. 9 Michigan State, playing without injured Connor Cook, beat No. 2 Ohio State 17-14 Saturday to snap the Buckeyes’ 23-game winning streak. On a rainy and windy day at Ohio Stadium, the Spartans (101, 6-1 Big Ten) took control of the Big Ten East, put themselves into the thick of the playoff hunt and very likely ended the Buckeyes’ chances to repeat as national champs. Ohio State (10-1, 6-1) managed just 132 yards against a rugged Spartans defense and lost for the

first time to a Big Ten team in the regular season since Urban Meyer became coach four seasons ago. The Rose Bowl might be the best that the Buckeyes can do now. Without Cook, the Spartans completed one pass in the second half, but they gave Geiger a chance to win it with 3 seconds left and the 5-foot-8 junior curved it through. The Buckeyes started the season as the unanimous No. 1 team in the country, an overwhelming favorite to win another national title. They had more quarterbacks then they knew what to do with, one of the best running backs in the country and a defense with potential All-Americans at every level. Ohio State sputtered some through 10 games but was never really challenged. At least not like this.

The Spartans relish the role of underdog like no powerhouse program in the country and it seemed to fuel them in the Horseshoe. They were 13-point underdogs coming into the game and you probably could have gotten another touchdown from the odds makers Michigan State took the field for its first drive without Cook. “The one thing that made a difference . . . this game we got to be the chaser,” Spartans coach Mike Dantonio said. “So we could chase this game, so we could play with emotion.” Cook took a shot to the shoulder last week against Maryland. Michigan State gave no hints to whether he would play but when he warmed up cautiously in pregame it was obvious something was up. Tyler O’Connor started and played Damion Terry, too. Terry took a hard sack by Sam

Hubbard and fumbled late in the first quarter. The Buckeyes recovered the Michigan State 32 and it led to Ezekiel Elliott’s 1-yard touchdown on fourth-and-goal. It was easy to think Ohio State was on its way to a relatively easy victory. Michigan State had other plans. Elliot had a string of 15 straight 100-yard rushing games snapped. The Heisman contender ran for 33 yards on 12 carries. O’Connor responded with a 75-yard scoring drive, hitting Trevon Pendleton for a 9-yard touchdown to tie the score. Both teams played conservatively in the first half. Ohio State managed only 75 yards. It looked as if each team was waiting for the other to make a mistake, and Michigan State did just that. Macgarrett Kings muffed a punt and Terry McLaurin recov-

ered at the Spartans 6. J.T. Barrett soft tossed to a Jalin Marshall on the next play, a jump pass where the quarterback didn’t need to jump, and it 14-7 Ohio State with 3:33 left in the third quarter. Michigan State did not throw a pass in the third quarter and basically stayed on the ground for much of the fourth, too. The Spartans turned into an option/quarterback run team. They leaned on an offensive line that was supposed to be a strength this season, but has endured numerous injuries and has started six different lineups. The Spartans marched 75 yards on 13 plays, no completed passes but a helpful offside on Ohio State, and Gerald Holmes reached the ball over the goal line for a 2-yard touchdown to tie at 14 with 12:03 left. Ohio State never had an answer.


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Seattle hoping to find solution for struggles today against 49ers BY TIM BOOTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEATTLE — When faced with adversity the past two seasons, the Seattle Seahawks were able to find solutions. The big question is whether they can do it again this season, and it starts today when the Seahawks (4-5) host the San Francisco 49ers (3-6). Last week created all kinds of concern. Have the Seahawks become soft and complacent since winning a title and negotiating huge salaries? Are they playing with THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the same effort that got 49ers linebacker NaVorro Bowman (53) will play Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, left, scrambles out of the them to consecutive Super in Seattle today for the first time since getting Bowls? injured near the end of the NFC championship pocket against the Arizona Cardinals last week. Or, have the Seahawks game in Jan. 2014. simply made too many mistakes against good teams? around the Seahawks was ble: Seattle was 1 of 8 on Four of their five losses last week’s offensive game third downs against Ariare to the Packers, Bengals, plan never got started zona largely because the Panthers and Cardinals, because of penalty prob- Seahawks were in thirdwho have a combined 30-6 lems and falling behind and-long most of the game. record. Seattle has made 19-0. That limited Mar- Six of Seattle’s eight thirdglaring mistakes in all four down attempts were 10 or games. Cutting down on shawn Lynch to eight carmore yards. ries. errors would be a big help. The struggles on third Expect Seattle to make “That’s what I have hope down also led to the Lynch a priority today. His in, that we’ve been able to Seahawks defense being on only 100-yard game of the come out of the trenches, ARE RUSSELL WILSON and the still stands at a respectable 91.7, which the field for nearly 39 minseason came against the out of the gutter so to speak, Seattle Seahawks distracted? puts him ahead of the likes of Carolina’s utes. 49ers when Seattle ran the and fight our way out,” That seemed to be Cam Newton, Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck For the season, Seattle is Seattle wide receiver Doug ball nine times with Lynch the question of the and Denver’s Peyton Manning. 21st in the league converton its opening touchdown Nick week at the Virginia But something seems just a bit off with Baldwin said. ing just under 36 percent of drive. “It’s a little deeper, it’s a Mason Athletic Center Patterson Wilson. ■ Bowman’s back: third downs. But they are little later in the season. in the wake of last One play in the game against Arizona Today will be NaVorro Bow- converting 48.6 percent on We’re under .500 right now illustrated that. Sunday’s 39-32 home so it feels a little deeper but man’s first game back in third-and-8 or shorter. Seattle, after playing a terrible first loss to the Arizona ■ Road woes: The the stadium where he sufhalf, closed within 12 points in the second it’s nothing we can’t do.” Cardinals, which 49ers are 0-4 on the road fered a career-threatening While Seattle attempts half and had all the momentum. Then dropped the Seahawks knee injury in the 2013 including being outscored to begin a winning streak, Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin found dayto 4-5. 74-13 in division losses at NFC championship game. light on a post pattern down the middle of the 49ers are hoping to Has Seattle fallen Arizona and St. Louis. It’s a vivid memory that build on an unexpected win the field, and the gamebreaking play the victim to the trapSan Francisco hopes to Seahawks needed was there for the taking two weeks ago over Atlanta. Bowman has been thinking pings that inevitably change its fortunes being about for a couple of weeks Blaine Gabbert’s first ... come with success? start in place of Colin Kae- because the trajectory of his fresh off the bye week — . . . only for Wilson to throw to the The Seahawks pernick was a success, and career changed when he even if the task is daunting wrong side of Baldwin and have his pass largely have the same intercepted by Arizona free safety Tyrann the 49ers defense looked was hurt in the fourth quar- in one of the league’s most roster back from the like the dominant unit it ter of that championship raucous venues at CenturyMathieu, killing the drive and Seattle’s team that reached the past two Super Link Field against a team game. was in previous years. momentum. Bowls. Before the season Seattle was that has ruled this rivalry He missed the 2014 seaKeeping it going in SeatThat play was a microcosm of how picked by many to reach its third straight things aren’t quite clicking for Wilson and tle won’t be easy. The 49ers son and said he’s still not of late. Super Bowl, a feat that’s been accom“We started talking have lost five of their last 100 percent. Nonetheless, the Seahawks. plished just twice in NFL history. Bowman leads the NFC in about when we leave, you six visits. It’s evident in other ways, too. Such as But instead of fighting for home-field talk about all the different “It’s a great opportunity tackles with 88. Seattle’s league-worst efficiency in the red advantage in the playoffs, the Seahawks “It will be very humbling things,” coach Jim Tomsula find themselves battling for their postsea- zone, as the Seahawks have converted just to go out there and start again this week and play for me just to approach it said. “I don’t put it on crowd 35 percent of their chances into touchson lives. again and be able to just noise, I don’t put it on those Could distractions be part of the reason downs. Such as Seattle’s difficulties incor- football,” Gabbert said. Here’s what else to play on that field again and things, but just coming out porating tight end Jimmy Graham, why? have a good game,” Bow- rolling, just go. And that’s acquired in a blockbuster offseason trade, watch for: There’s plenty of evidence talent isn’t our focus this week. Just, ■ Unleash the Beast: man said. into the offense. Seattle’s problem. ■ Third-down trou- let’s go.” The overwhelming feeling The Seahawks had the lead in the Not just Wilson fourth quarter in all nine of their games. Through three quarters they dominated Wilson dismissed questions about disCincinnati and Carolina, teams with a tractions in the past, and this week he combined record of 17-1, before suffering continued to maintain his focus remains dramatic fourth-quarter letdowns. tight. Seattle’s defense ranks second in the “People want to make it something league in fewest yards allowed. else, but for me, I just love the game off The Seahawks’ plus-20 point differenfootball, I love working, I love coming to tial is eclipsed by just six other teams in work, I love coming early and leaving the NFC. FootballOutsiders.com’s late,” Wilson said. advanced efficiency rankings list Seattle “That’s what it’s all about, and ultias the fifth-best team in the NFL, despite mately I love the guys on this football its losing record. team. So nothing’s changed. “I’m sure you’re referring to Ciara as ‘We’ve done all right’ well. She’s an unbelievable person,” WilHave the big-money contracts that son added. came in the wake of the team’s success “That’s part of it, but I think ultimately dulled the desire that gave the Seahawks when it comes down to football, the focus that extra edge? Have the off-field distrac- is on football. That’s just how it has to be tions that go hand-in-hand with winning and how it always is.” disrupted the players’ focus? Seattle’s current predicament isn’t all “It’s what you do with the time that Wilson’s doing. you have and how you apply yourself,” Wilson has not been protected well this Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said when season as he’s been sacked 33 times, the responding to those questions last week. most of any quarterback in the NFL. It’s “I think we’ve done all right. I don’t hard hitting open receivers when one is think that’s a factor. I think there’s other running for one’s life. stuff we could talk about that I’m not And Wilson isn’t the only one who may going to go into now. be distracted. The Seahawks’ vaunted “You have to embrace it. Embrace these defense prides itself in preventing big times, embrace these durations, these plays, yet the secondary has been beaten events that come up and all that follows over the top repeatedly this season. It was you, the impact of what happened and all burned twice by Michael Floyd for touchof that, so that you can move ahead. downs last Sunday. “That’s the real challenge.” Talk of communication breakdowns in No player is subject to those challenges the secondary has been abundant. more than Wilson. Perhaps a sign of sagging focus elseSeattle’s quarterback, who guided the where as well? Seahawks to a 36-12 record through his Not so, says All-Pro cornerback Richard first three seasons, signed a four-year, Sherman. $87.6 million contract extension during “We just went to the Super Bowl, and the offseason. we all got paid that year [before], so you That took Wilson from making less can say anything to make anything,” than $1 million a year to being the secSherman said. ond-highest paid quarterback in the “I think at the end of the day, critics league on a per-year basis at more than are people with no talent, judging other Proud Corporate Sponsor of Poulsbo Kids Day Since 2009. $20 million. people with talent. You really take note. Wilson also began a high-profile romance with pop star Ciara and was the You don’t get anything out of that. If you let people like that dictate your emotions, We can’t wait to join you subject of countless magazine cover stoyou’re really going to have a tough life. on the Peninsula in 2016! ries. “Guys don’t buy into that at all.” A cursory look at Wilson’s numbers But does not buying into the idea mean this season suggest he’s doing just fine. He’s completing 65.8 percent of his passes, it’s not happening? ________ the highest ratio of his four-year career. fsbwa.com His yards-per-attempt number of 8.0 is The Daily Herald of Everett is a sister paper of the right in line with his career norms. PDN. Sports columnist Nick Patterson can be Member FDIC reached at npatterson@heraldnet.com. His passer rating is slightly down, but

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Gordon chases 5th championship before retirement BY JENNA FRYER

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HOMESTEAD, Fla. — It’s a Hall of Fame career that includes four championships, 93 victories and more than $150 million in winnings. He’s got a beautiful family, a reputation as one of the good guys and a popularity that transcends NASCAR. Now Jeff Gordon has a chance to write the ultimate Hollywood ending to what’s already an illustrious career. Gordon will retire after today’s season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where he pushed aside a season of mediocrity and clawed his way into the championship picture. A win this month at Martinsville Speedway — the only victory of his 23rd season — put Gordon in the field of four who will race for the Sprint Cup title. In this winner-take-all format, Gordon simply has to finish higher than reigning champion Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. to capture the fifth title that has eluded him for 14 years. Capturing his first title since 2001 in his final race would put Gordon in an elite group of athletes who

went out on top: John Elway, David Robinson, Jerome Bettis and Bill Russell, just to name a few. Asked where winning the title on his final day of work would rank in career that stamped him on the short list of all-time greats, Gordon was left speechless. “Is that even a question? That’s crazy. I mean, that’s life changing,” he said. “I’m sure it’s been done in some sport, but I don’t think it’s ever been done in this sport. “You know, right now I’m not even thinking and fathoming that. That’s too much for me to think about. I have no idea. It would be the best one I ever did, I can tell you that.” Gordon beat long odds just to race for a championship. Last year was the season he could have — maybe even should have — won title number five. But he was eliminated from the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship a week before the finale in a crushing end to his best season in at least seven years. He announced in January that this year would be his last in the iconic No. 24 Chevrolet, and most every-

one believed he’d cap this final ride with another amazing year on the track. Instead, this farewell tour had been just OK, and when he slipped through to the third round of NASCAR’s playoffs, he was winless on the year. Then a feud between Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano handed Gordon the biggest gift in a season in which he’s been presented with mementos at nearly every track. Logano was headed toward a win at Martinsville until Kenseth deliberately wrecked him. It opened the door for Gordon to grab his ninth career Martinsville victory and an automatic berth into today’s final four. He celebrated that win as if it was the first victory of his career. Always known for his emotion, Gordon was in tears when he embraced wife, Ingrid, and children Ella and Leo. Most of his career achievements came before he married his wife, and his family has never experienced a championship. That win turned the final three weeks of his career into a whirlwind of party planning and preparing to host family and friends today.

With anticipation growing, Gordon needed three police escorts to navigate the crowd smothering his Hendrick Motorsports crew and car on Saturday. “Everybody’s career comes to an end, he’s going out strong,” said seven-time champion Richard Petty, who faded and was no longer competitive when he finally climbed from his car in the 1992 season finale — when Gordon made his Cup debut. “I wouldn’t mind seeing him win the championship because he’s meant so much to NASCAR over the years.” Born in California, Gordon and his family moved to Indiana when it became apparent he was a special talent. He broke into NASCAR as a fresh-faced — albeit mustachioed — well-spoken and savvy role model who could have passed as Tom Cruise’s hot shot “Cole Trickle” character in “Days of Thunder” that helped push NASCAR’s popularity two years earlier. Gordon was the first driver to resonate on Madison Avenue, and he quickly became a household name. The only NASCAR driver to host “Saturday Night Live,” Gordon was name-dropped in a song by

“It would be the best one I ever did, I can tell you that.” JEFF GORDON On his potential fifth championship rapper Nelly, became a nationally recognized Pepsi spokesman and proved he can gracefully move from his fire suit to a business suit for any occasion. “When you can deal with a professional athlete and you can go 23 years and you don’t need a lawyer, you can take a handshake and we’ve never had a disagreement . . . he’s a rare commodity,” said team owner Rick Hendrick. “More than the wins, the friendship means the most to me. He’s a unique guy. I mean, never anything about money, just, he’s just special.” Now 44 with an aching back, Gordon will run one more race that could put the final title on a legendary resume. He won three Daytona 500s, five Brickyard 400s, ranks third behind Petty and Dale Earnhardt on the career wins list and his 796 consecutive starts are a NASCAR record. He’ll move into the broadcast booth next season with Fox and remain

involved with Hendrick in various projects. Although he showed Saturday that his car is fast enough to win — he had the best 10-lap average in final practice — he’s loose and approaching this last chance as if he’s playing with house money. Gordon said he’ll listen to music on the advice of teammate Jimmie Johnson in an attempt to tune out any distractions, then he’ll go for broke. “I’m having the time of my life,” he said. “Just because you’re playing with house money doesn’t mean you don’t want it bad. I want it really, really bad. Our team wants it really, really bad. “There’s going to be some insanity and I’m just taking it all in and being really calm and cool about it all. As long as I get to do my job and find some ways in between that to block some things out, get my mind in the right place. “Yeah, I mean, things are good.”

Neah: Red Devils pull away in 2nd quarter CONTINUED FROM B1 Doherty said McCaulley motivated his team with the idea that the Saints were treating the game like their state championship. “Tony told us we couldn’t take them lightly — because even after the game their coach said they had been looking forward to this game all year,” Doherty said. “And that’s what he said this week, they were going to come out hungry, but so did we.” Svec was the workhorse on Neah Bay’s next possession, carrying the ball for 48 yards on five runs, and finishing off the drive with a punishing 13-yard TD run through two Saints defenders at the goal line.

Svec ran 11 times for 158 yards and four TDs, all in the first half, on the night. “Cole ran real hard tonight, finished his runs out and did it a little different than normal,” McCaulley said. After setting the Seattle Lutheran defense up with a healthy dose of Svec, the Red Devils countered with a 48-yard fullback dive to Phillip Greene. “That one was all upstairs,” McCaulley said, referring to Eric Johnson Jr., who was watching the game from the press box. “He saw how they were flowing to stop Svec and leaving that middle open.” Greene rumbled to the Saints’ 11-yard line, and was rewarded for his long gain one play later by plow-

ing in from 1 yard out for an 18-0 Neah Bay lead. Rwehabura Munyagi Jr. found Cameron Buzzell for the first of his three TD passes, a 24-yard corner route, to put the Red Devils up 24-0. Munyagi finished 7 of 11 for 133 yards. Buzzell caught four passes for 74 yards and two TDs. Seattle Lutheran answered when a Isaiah Dowding-Albrecht pass slipped through the hands of Svec and into the arms of J.J. Young for a 33-yard TD. But Neah Bay buried the Saints with a 30-0 second quarter. Svec scored on runs of 8 and 27 yards, the latter featuring a shifty juke past a Seattle Lutheran defender. “You get him one-on-one

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is the big-play guy and I’m yards, but we had too much for them to stop.” the short-play guy.” Munyagi added a nifty Neah Bay 62, play defensively in the secSeattle Lutheran 12 ond half, intercepting a Seattle Lutheran 6 0 0 6— 12 Dowding-Albrecht pass, Neah Bay 24 30 8 0— 62 First Quarter finding an extra burst of NB— Svec 51 run (run failed) speed and motoring 60 NB— Svec 13 run (run failed) NB— Greene 1 run (run failed) yards for the pick-six. NB— Buzzell 24 pass from Munyagi (run failed) McCaulley appreciated SL— Young 33 pass from Dowding-Albrecht (run what he saw from his team, failed) Quarter which was dealt a rough NB— Svec 8 run Second (Buzzell pass from Munyagi) hand by stormy weather NB— Svec 27 run (Buzzell pass from Munyagi) NB— Doherty 28 pass from Munyagi (Svec pass earlier in the week. from Munyagi) “We had a real rough NB— Buzzell 10 pass from Munyagi (run failed) Third Quarter week of practice, rained NB—Munyagi 60 interception return (Doherty pass hard on Monday, lights from Munyagi) Fourth Quarter went out on Tuesday, so SL—Young 41 pass from Dowding-Albrecht (pass really Wednesday was our failed) Individual Stats only day to get out there,” Rushing—NB: Svec 11-158, Greene 5-57, McCaulley said. McGee 3-49, Munyagi 6-48, Nate Tyler 1-23. SL: “We played pretty good. Young 14-41, Lulow 10-13, Dowding-Albrecht 5-(They have some athletes on 18).Passing—NB: Munyagi 7-11-0, 133. SL: Dowdingtheir team, one of the best Albrecht 8-18-2, 153. Receiving—NB: Buzzell 4-74, Svec 1-29, Doherty kickoff returners in the 1-28, Greene 1-2. SL: Young 4-83, Meehan 2-31 state. And they got some Obayashi 1-6, Lulow 1-(-16).

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with a linebacker and I’m betting he wins every time,” McCaulley said. After an interception and 25-yard return by Gagnon, Munyagi found Doherty all alone for a 28-yard TD pass. That score put the Red Devils up 48-6, triggering the running clock with 8:34 seconds to go until halftime.


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Pirates: Freshman Daniels leads PC with 25 CONTINUED FROM B1 ing Jeremiah Hobbs for a layup and hit a 3-pointer for “Our guys came out with the Pirates, and then Hobbs a lot of energy, stuff that followed Malik Mayeux’s we’ve been working on con- miss for another bucket, sistently over the past cou- and the Pirates had staved ple months,” Peninsula off the Vikings for a little coach Mitch Freeman said. longer with a 9-1 run that “So I’m excited with the made it 67-55. way that we came into the Big Bend kept coming, game prepared and we answering with a 10-3 run played hard and made that made it 70-65. shots. We shot the ball really well in the first half, Dixon returns which gave us a great Dimitri Amos scored in advantage going into half.” The Vikings found their the post to make it 72-65 by shooting strokes after half- the time Freeman put time and worked their way Dixon back in the game at back into the game with a the 8:28 mark. Freeman told the sophopair of 7-0 runs early in the more guard to “just play.” half. “Don’t try to do anything Soon after Dixon was whistled for his fourth foul different, like not foul or not with 14:46 to play, Big be as aggressive, because Bend’s Connor Meyerhoffer that’s not who he is or who drove the lane for two we want him to be,” Freepoints to cut Peninsula’s man said. “If he just plays normal, lead to 58-54. Daniels scored on a he plays hard the way he reverse layup, set up a trail- does, he’s going to do well.

“If you start worrying about fouls, you start to be hesitant, you give up things or you’re not as aggressive. “We have enough depth this year to be able to go to someone like a Darrion Daniels off the bench.” Ryley Callaghan and Dixon shouldered most of the scoring load last season, and both scored right around their averages against Big Bend. Dixon scored 18, and Callaghan had 17 points on 7 of 10 shooting from the field. Daniels, from Las Vegas, came off the bench to lead Peninsula with 25 points, including 3 for 3 shooting on 3-pointers, while Amos had 18 and Hobbs scored nine. “I think I played pretty well,” Daniels said of his first collegiate game. “I had four turnovers, I got to improve on that . . . but teammates just gave me good shots and I knocked

them down.” After re-entering the game, Dixon quickly helped the Pirates rebuild their lead by scoring six points in an 80-second span that pushed the lead back up to 78-67. When Big Bend got within five points again at 86-81, Dixon drilled a jumper. Hobbs then followed a missed 3 by Dixon with a bucket that made it 90-81. The Vikings made one last push and got within six points, 92-86, but Dixon was fouled after making a steal and then hit one of two free throws. He then pulled down the rebound that sealed the win on Big Bend’s next possession. Peninsula has played the Vikings four times since Freeman became coach in 2013. Big Bend has won easily each time: 106-67 in 2013-14 and 81-67 and

86-58 last season. So Freeman wasn’t surprised that the Vikings didn’t throw in the towel after the Pirates’ big first half. “We knew Big Bend was going to be able to bring something in the second half; they’re a really good, well-coached team, and so we knew that we had to keep it up,” Freeman said. “And they brought it. But I thought we did a good job in the second half as well. “We just didn’t make the shots that we made in the first half, and some things didn’t go our way; we had to respond better as a team, but I was pleased with that.” Big Bend out-rebounded Peninsula 46-37, with 30 of the Vikings’ rebounds coming off the offensive glass. “As hard as they’re going — when you’re playing from a deficit, you’re a little bit

PC women open with 2 wins Dawgs: BY LEE HORTON PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

TACOMA — The Peninsula College women’s basketball team opened its season with a pair of routs, a 68-47 win over Highline on Friday and followed by a 81-59 victory against Tacoma on Saturday afternoon. Both games were played in Tacoma. Peninsula had five players score in double figures in Saturday’s win, led Cherish Moss, who had 17 points and made five 3-pointers. Cierra Moss added 15 points, Anaya Rodisha scored 14, Imani Smith had 12 and Tai Thomas finished with 10 points. Smith also had five assists and three steals. She scored 17 points against Highline to lead the Pirates on Friday. Peninsula coach Alison

Crumb said the sophomore point guard was the catalyst in both games. “Imani did such great job pushing the ball,” Crumb said. “And the wings were keeping after it. We continued to run the floor for 40 minutes, which a lot of teams can’t do that, they tend to slow down.” Zhara Laster grabbed 12 rebounds and had six steals and four assists in Saturday’s game. The Pirates shot 47 percent from the field. “I thought we played really consistent, we won every quarter,” Crumb said. The Pirates have two more games on their season-opening, four-games-infour-days road trip. First up is Lower Columbia today at 1 p.m. in Longview, followed by a game at Centralia on Monday.

“Tomorrow’s going to be a real test for us. So will Monday,” Crumb said Saturday. “[Lower Columbia is] good, they’re well-coached, and it’s at their place, which is kind of like ours, it’s a great environment. “And Centralia has been doing good things. They scored 91 points [against Blue Mountain on Friday].” Against Lower Columbia, the Pirates will be facing Faye Chartraw, who, like Peninsula’s Cierra and Cherish Moss, played at Neah Bay. Today’s game can be watched live online on Lower Columbia’s athletic website. Go to the women’s basketball team’s schedule here www.tinyurl.com/ PDN-WatchPC and click “Live Video” on the information line for the game against Peninsula.

quicker and faster and more aggressive to get that rebound and not worry about anything else,” Freeman said. “And so I think there was some discrepancy there. “But they got a lot of the long rebounds. Our guards have got to do a better job of rebounding and helping our bigs inside.” Peninsula next plays at the three-day Skagit Valley Tournament this Friday through Sunday in Mount Vernon. Peninsula 95, Big Bend 86 Big Bend Peninsula

37 49— 86 50 45— 95 Individual scoring

Big Bend (86) Liggins 11, Johnson 11, Meyerhoffer 8, Lado 12, Pierce 25, Ely 13, Miles 6, Bruneel. Peninsula (95) Callaghan 17, Daniels 25, Dixon 18, Amos 18, Mayeux 4, Baham 4, Hobbs 9, Woods, Lo, Reis.

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CONTINUED FROM B1 for Washington. Andrew Andrews scored Coach Lorenzo Romar 16 points, Marquese Chriss admitted afterward that had 15, David Crisp added Washington has been 14 and Noah Dickerson 13 lethargic in practice this for Washington. Five playweek since it returned from ers had at least five a season-opening win over rebounds for the Huskies. Even though they start Texas in China. The Huskies have man- four freshman and reguaged to get out to fast starts larly rotate seven first-year in a pair of wins, though, on players into the mix, the the way to dominating vic- Huskies (3-0) are undetories. Washington opened feated through three games on a 16-0 run Saturday and for the second straight seakept the Quakers from scor- son. It is the first loss of the ing for nearly the first four year for Penn (3-1), which minutes. The Huskies never hasn’t been 4-0 since the 1978-79 season. were really tested. Darien Nelson-Henry “I couldn’t be more proud of our team, how we went scored 13 points, Matt Howout and played and ard had 10 points and Darapproached the game,” nell Foreman added nine Romar said, noting it had for Penn. The Quakers closed to nothing to do with the final within 26-14 midway score. Murray led the way with through the first half, but a career-high 22 points the Huskies used a 20-8 run

to pull away. Washington led 54-30 at intermission. “It’s difficult, but in the same sentence, there’s a lot of basketball left, too,” Penn coach Steve Donahue said of the tough start. “There’s so many possessions when you play a team like this. As I said, we didn’t turn it over, we just kind of maintain our poise and make a couple open shots, then it changes the complexity of the game.” Andrews energized the crowd early in the second half with a steal and a nifty dribble behind the back to split two defenders at half court before finishing with a dunk. Washington never let the Quakers back into the game, controlling the contest in the second half and providing multiple rimshaking dunks.

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ONLINE Auction 316 S. Cherry St Port Angeles, WA Vintage 3BR 2BA 1,535+/-sf, Two-story with great room, formal Dining, stairs and railing leading to Sitting area, and large unfinished basement. Nominal Opening Bid: $10,000 Open: 1-4 pm Sun Dec 6 Auction Starts: 10 am Sunday Dec 13 Auction Ends: 1:30pm Fri Dec 18 800.982.0425 williamsauction.com Philip R. Heiliger Re Lic 24486 Tim Stuart Auc Lic 2827 5% Buyer’s Premium PA R R O T S : A f r i c a n Grey, male, ver y rare coloring, people friendly. $900. Macau, Blue/Gold, female, ver y sweet, $600. Includes cages for both. (360)775-1742

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ADMISSIONS: Nor th Olympic Healthcare Network has one position open in admissions to work with our billing team verifying insurance eligibility and patient regSEQ: 2 BR 1 1/4 ba, istration. This position is quiet lot Old Dungeness. full time with benefits. If Pet with approval. $700 you would like a rewardmo. plus dep. ing career with an estab(360)582-0023 lished medical practice p l e a s e s e n d yo u r r e sume to: North Olympic Healthcare Network 240 West Front Street Port Angeles WA 98362

Welder/Fabricator for i n s h o p, s t r u c t u r a l steel & ornamental steel fabr icator in Carlsborg, WA. Selfstar ter, able to work unsupervised. Must have a valid DL & good driving record. Must be detail oriented. Good communication skills required. Experience required. MIG/TIG. FT. Wages DOE. Email resume to K a t e @ A l l fo r m We l d ing.com or fax to 360681-4465. No phone calls.

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CAREGIVERS: Our new management team is dedicated to serving the needs of our residents at Sherwood Assisted Living. We are looking for caring and compassionate caregivers to become a part of our new team and join our mission of enhancing the l i ve s o f a g i n g a d u l t s throughout our community. We have a variety of shifts available with c o m p e t i t i v e p ay a n d benefits. Find out more about this fulfilling career opportunity. Apply at 550 W Hendrickson Road or call Casey, the Staff Dev e l o p m e n t M a n a g e r, (360)683-3348 FRONT OFFICE: 2 Positions, billing experience required, full time. Resume to: Dr. Scott 814 S. Peabody, Port Angeles, WA 98362

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Restaurant and grocery Experienced Management position open. Good public relations, MONTESANO-SEQUIM pass background check. Bring resume to Ruby or PORT ANGELES Donna at Three Rivers REGION RESIDENT FIELD ME- Resort. CHANIC: Mechanic with experience working on ROUTE DRIVER all makes and models of Established routes, exheavy equipment. Must cellent pay and benebe a motivated self-start- f i t s , c l e a n d r i v i n g er capable of developing record. positive relationships Olympic Springs with customers and so- 253 Business Park Lp. l i c i t i n g s e r v i c e wo r k . Carlsborg, WA 98324 Prefer a minimum of five 360-683-4285 years of experience in heavy equipment field. Support Staff Position will report to the Montesano, WA facility. To wor k with adults Requires residence in w i t h d eve l o p m e n t a l S e q u i m / Po r t A n g e l e s disabilities, no experie n c e n e c e s s a r y, area. CDL required. T O A P P LY : G o t o $ 1 0 . 5 0 h r. A p p l y i n w w w . p a p e j o b s . c o m , person at 1020 Caroclick on View Current line St. M-F 8-4 p.m. Job Openings, click on the job title of the job, T E M P O R A RY PA R A a n d t h e n c l i ck A p p l y TRANSIT DRIVER: ApNow. Please reference plications now being accepted for TEMPORARY job number 2015-492. PARATRANSIT DRIVER Pape’ is an EEO (Port Angeles Base) with O F F I C E A S S I S TA N T Clallam Transit System. ( O p e r a t i o n s D e p a r t - A temporary Employee ment): Requirements in- is hired on a continuous clude, Two years’ office basis to work 867 hours ex p e r i e n c e w i t h t w o o r l e s s p e r c a l e n d a r years specialized experi- year, and is expected to ence in administration or work less than 70 hours related payroll/account- per month. Temporar y ing work, excellent com- Employees are not eliputer, writing, communi- gible for benefits other cations, and math skills. than those required by Hiring Range: $38,714 - statute (e.g., coverage $52,066. Excellent bene- under a workers’ comfits. Application available pensation plan). $12.65 at Clallam Transit Sys- per hour after completem, 830 W. Lauridsen tion of training. Job deBlvd., Port Angeles, WA scription and application available at CTS Admin98363, and at www.clallamtransit.com. istration Office, 830 W. ( 3 6 0 ) 4 5 2 - 1 3 1 5 . E E O. Laur idsen Blvd., Por t APPLICATIONS MUST A n g e l e s , WA 9 8 3 6 3 . BE RECEIVED NO LAT- 360-452-1315, or online ER THAN 5 p.m., De- a t w w w. c l a l l a m t r a n sit.com. A number of elicember 4, 2015. gible candidates may be Office Manager retained on a next hire Full time, MUST have list for the Port Angeles MGMT experience, Must b a s e fo r s i x m o n t h s. love people. $14hr plus P O S I T I O N I S O P E N benefits. Mail resume to UNTIL FILLED. EEO/AA Peninsula Daily News PDN #717/Manager Port Angeles, WA 98362

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Physician Family Practice Healthy Aging Sequim, WA Oppor tunity for Physician to work in a dynamic healthy aging program with Jamestown Family Health Clinic. Full Time, excellent benefits, quality of life in beautiful Sequim, WA. EPIC exp. pref. Indian preference for qualified candidates. Please visit http://jamestown tribe.iapplicants.com to view complete announcement and apply. PREP COOK: Days. Apply in person at Jose’s Famous Salsa 126 East Washington St. Sequim.

TOLAND HOME GARDEN, SUPERVISOR / LEAD, DISTRIBUTION C E N T E R . To l a n d Home Garden is a national manufacturer of flags and garden decor. We are looking for an individual with leadership skills and experience to direct and supervise our distribution center, including staff. In addition to leadership skills it is beneficial to have distribution experience including Fed Ex, UPS, USPS and freight shipments. Must be highly organized, Excel proficient and willing to engage in LEAN manufacturing methods. Full-time position with benefits. Wage DOE and attitude. Please Email resumes to corib@toland homegarden.com

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Veterinary Assistant Hurricane Ridge Veterinary Hospital is hiring a veterinary assistant to join our team. Veterinary clinic and customer service experience required. We are a community oriented hospital known for exceptional customer service and compass i o n a t e c a r e. B a s i c computer skills required. Professional and fun work environment. Competitive wa g e a n d b e n e f i t s. Please drop off or email your resume to toni.jensen@hurricaneridgevet.com. Veterinary Clinic Full Time Receptionist Busy medical clinic, c o m p u t e r ex p e r i e n c e n e c e s s a r y, ex c e l l e n t salary and benefits. Resume and referrences to H a d l o c k Ve r t e r i n a r y Clinic, 842 Ness Corner Rd., Por t Hadlock WA. 98339 VOLUNTEERS: Br ing us your holiday cheer. Looking for groups and organizations to volunteer spreading holiday cheer to our residents. Singing, musicals, storytelling etc. Please call or come by Park View Villas, 8th and G St. (360)452-7222

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105 Homes for Sale Clallam County 5 Minutes from Downtown Sequim! 3 BR, 2 Ba, 1200 sf, 1999 year built, unobstructed mountain view. private location, dead end street, nice sized master w/walk in closet, Affordable leased land includes water & septic fees. MLS#291451 $77,500 Team Thomsen UPTOWN REALTY (360)808-0979 ATTRACTIVE & COZY Extra-large lot with fabulous unobstructed mountain view!! This home is o n a d o u bl e l o t w i t h plenty of room to roam and be creative. Double pain storm windows and gorgeous wood burning fireplace make it extra energy efficient. A must see!! MLS#292057/858598 $169,500 Debra Haller 360-477-7669 TOWN & COUNTRY

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Entertaining Made Easy! 2BR, 2BA, 1741 SF in Cedar Ridge. Open concept living/dining room extends out to the 135 SF covered outdoor room. Granite counters in the kitchen and master bath. MLS#290532/764020 $299,500 Chuck Murphy lic# 97674 Windermere Real Estate Sequim East 360-808-0873 Marine Drive Sweeping water views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Dungeness spit / Lighthouse, Mt Baker and great views of the Olympic Mountains. One of the few parcels left in Sequim with these views! Build your dream home on over 1 acre close to town. Neighborhood of nicer homes – great walking area. MLS#290316/752363 $249,000 Cathy Reed lic# 4553 Windermere Real Estate Sequim East 360-460-1800 ONLINE Auction 316 S. Cherry St Port Angeles, WA Vintage 3BR 2BA 1,535+/-sf, Two-story with great room, formal Dining, stairs and railing leading to Sitting area, and large unfinished basement. Nominal Opening Bid: $10,000 Open: 1-4 pm Sun Dec 6 Auction Starts: 10 am Sunday Dec 13 Auction Ends: 1:30pm Fri Dec 18 800.982.0425 williamsauction.com Philip R. Heiliger Re Lic 24486 Tim Stuart Auc Lic 2827 5% Buyer’s Premium Peaceful country setting Spacious 2491 square foot home, Great horse property with 4.60 acres including 3 stall horse bar n plus two bay shop/garage. Charming guest house. Established fruit orchard.This property has a lot to offer for the price. MLS#291898 $299,999 Thelma Durham (360) 460-8222 (360) 683-3158 WINDERMERE PORT ANGELES

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Banners, Benefits, Ceremony, Chase, Clubs, Concerts, Concessions, Crowds, Events, Expos, Field, Flagpole, Food, Football, Fundraisers, Gala, Games, Giants, Home, Host, Jets, Lexus, Lighting, New Jersey, New York, NFL, Open, Seating, Sellout, Shows, Signs, Snacks, Soccer, Sports, Stadium, Stands, Suites, Super Bowl, Teams, Tour, Toyota, WrestleMania Yesterday’s Answer: Paradox THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words.

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“FORCED RE-ENTRY” By PAM AMICK KLAWITTER ACROSS 1 Italian seaport 5 Lupone on Broadway 10 Alligator relative 16 Old boomer 19 Conversant with 20 Like most people 21 Shout from Speedy Gonzales 22 “... the native hue of resolution / Is sicklied __ with the pale cast of thought”: Hamlet 23 Forgetting to put the milk in the fridge? 26 HDTV brand 27 Flights connect them 28 Country rocker Steve 29 Actress Dash 31 Sail support 32 Blue state 34 Pieces of pizza in Plymouth? 35 Secures, as a package 38 “Arbitrage” star 39 Words from the unconvinced 42 “Catch-22” pal of Yossarian 43 Between, in Bordeaux 46 Religious zeal 49 Omani money 51 Backdrop for a gangster film? 54 __ bran 57 Treat made with ground almonds 59 Succeeds 60 Some PX patrons 61 Braid, e.g. 62 Top (out) 63 Agent 65 Rascally sort 66 Price place 67 Jump in the pool, perhaps? 68 Durable wood 69 Another time 73 “The Beverly Hillbillies” dad 74 Blood-filtering organs 78 Sound of the wind, perhaps 79 Skin blemish 81 Working for Christmas, say 82 NBC weekend fixture 83 Warning sign for an art dealer?

By DAVID OUELLET

Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon.

Answer here:

(Answers Monday) Jumbles: ABATE SLASH HARDER DRIVEL Answer: Chewie’s biggest worry isn’t Stormtroopers or Sith Lords...It’s — HAIRBALLS

Yesterday’s

11/22/15

Solution on B8

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The Last Word in Astrology ❘ ARIES (March 21-April 19): A financial gain or opportunity is apparent. The preparation you do for an upcoming position will pay off and lead to faster advancement. Get any offers you receive in writing to ensure that the negotiation process goes smoothly. 3 stars

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LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): You’ll have an interesting perspective on life and the people who live in your community. Form new friendships with the people who can help you explore new possibilities. Embrace change and enjoy the ones you love. 3 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Don’t let the past ruin your plans for the future. Let go of all the negativity you’ve experienced, and you will see a path that offers a unique and inviting alternative to anything

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Use your charm and unique outlook to get ahead. A change in direction will add a little excitement and intrigue to your life. Romance and establishing a stronger bond with someone special will pay off. 4 stars PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Refrain from taking on too much. You’ll be tempted to go down a path that is likely to end in regret. Re-evaluate your position personally and professionally before you make a change that is based on unreliable information. 3 stars

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MISC: Motorcycle ramp, aluminum, new, $100. Tr u c k t o o l b o x e s $100/ea. Power tools, $25/ea. Rolling wor kbenches, $100./ea. 5 ton MISC: Lg. beige recliner, jack, $75. Garden tools, $50. Sm. beige hide-a- $10/ea. (360)452-4179. bed couch, re-upholstered with new mat- MISC: Scaffold, Bil-Jax, tress, very good cond. 5 ’ x 7 ’ , 8 s t a g e s , 1 6 $50. (360)452-2471 frames, braces, 5 planks, $1,000. Senco SOFA: Cream color, 2 duel tank roll-in combig cushion, 4 large back pressor. $500. cushion and 2 throw pil(360)460-2855 lows, all matching. $225/obo. WOODWORKING tools: (360)683-9829 Grizzly 16” drum sander, like new $450. Grizzly d u s t c o l l e c t o r, $ 1 0 0 . 6100 Misc. Grizzly 15” planer blade Merchandise type, $750. Shop Fox 6” Joiner, $300 obo. GenG a r a g e a n d S h o p erator 5000 240, $500. D o o r s : N E W r e m o d e l Used once for 2 hours. plans changed, sell at (360)565-6221 cost call for sizes and $ install also avail. (360)732-4626 6140 Wanted

MASSAGE TABLE E a r t h l i t e, w i t h c ove r. Pad, electric pad, cart, BOOKCASE: Barrister, bolsters, books, misc. (lawyer), four sections, $350. (360)504-2448. Oak, pre-float glass, in f a m i l y s i n c e e a r l y MISC: Dining room ta1 9 2 0 ’ s , p i c t u r e s ble, countertop height, 6 available. $750. c h a i r s, s t o ra g e, h i d e (360)417-9401 aw ay l e a f, 1 y r. o l d , $650. Free Motion Elipti$300. Wood burning 6055 Firewood, cal, stove with a magic heat Fuel & Stoves blower. $500. (360)4772562 FIREWOOD: $179 delivered Sequim-P.A. True 6105 Musical cord. 3 cord special Instruments $499. (360)582-7910 www.portangelesfire wood.com ATTENTION Living Room gas stove. all pipes and tank $2,000/obo. (360)565-0392

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MOORAGE: Available, Por t Townsend, 6 mo. minimum, 40’ slip. (206)817-1394

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TWIN V: ‘95, 18’, FiberTRAILER: ‘99 Sierra, g l a s s , l o a d e d , V H F, 2 5 ’ , n e e d s T L C . GPS, fish finder, Penn $6,000/obo. 417-0803. downriggers, Bass chairs for comport. 45 hp UTILITY TRAILER: ‘02, Honda 4 stroke, Nissan Aztex. 6X8. $700. 4 stroke kicker, electric (360)460-2855 crap pot puller, all run great. Boat is ready to go. $7,000. (360)6819802 5th Wheels 3717 or (360)477-2684

HORSE: 11 Year old, Quarab gelding, 15.1 hands, gets along with ever yone, great companion horse. Not 100% sound in back leg due to old injury, vet gave go ahead for light riding. To approved home. $500. 5TH WHEEL: 2000, For- 9817 Motorcycles est Ranger, 24’, 6 berth, (360)732-4893 slide out, A/C. $6500. HARLEY DAVIDSON: (360)797-1458 ‘ 0 4 L o w R i d e r. 3 7 0 0 7035 General Pets 5th Wheel: ‘94 Holiday miles, loaded, $8,500. (360)460-6780 Rambler Imperial, 34’, 2 slideouts, clean and well Harley Wide Glide: ‘93 maintained. $8,000/obo. well maintained Low (808)895-5634 miles, custom paint exF o r e s t R i v e r : S i e r r a tras. $6,800 TEXT 360Lite, ‘00, 21’ clean, 8’ 300-7587 slide, sleeps 6, everyE N G L I S H M A S T I F F thing in excellent condiPuppies. Purebred AKC tion. $6,000. (360)452-2148 Intellingent, loving, easy going gentle giants. Wor ming & 1st shots. 9808 Campers & Pet price $700 - $900. Canopies Registered price $1,000 - $1,200. Reserve now, ready before Christmas. 360.787.6937

9820 Motorhomes MOTORHOME: Damon ‘95 Intruder. 34’, Cummins Diesel, 2 air conditioners, satellite dish, rebuilt generator, all new f i l t e r s a n d n ew t i r e s $17,000/obo. (360)683-8142

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GUITAR: Takamine with case, model #C128. ExTURKEYS: Dressed tur- cel. cond. $350 obo. (360)775-1627 keys, truly free range, organic, Heritage breed, GARAGE SALE ADS Bourbon Red. $4lb. Call Call for details. Ron Grotjan 360-452-8435 (360)461-5026 1-800-826-7714

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RAVEN: ‘95, 32’, low miles, GM turbo diesel, solar panels, great condition, many extras, below book. $12,900/obo. (360)477-9584

H/D, ‘05 Dyna Wide Glide, blk with lots of chrome, lots of aftermarket stuff + extras. $9,500. (360)461-4189. H O N DA : ‘ 8 3 V F 7 5 0 , $1,500. (360)457-0253 evenings.

9742 Tires & Wheels SNOW TIRES: Mounted, alloy wheels. Michelin Ice, 225/60R16: 16”x 7” wheels; 5-110/5-115 bolt pattern. Very good; $300 obo for set. (360)683-8855.

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CADILLAC: ‘85, Eldorado Biarritz, clean inside and out. 109k ml. $3,800. (360)681-3339.

DODGE: ‘73, Dart, good condition, runs well, bench seat, 88K ml. $5,000. (360)797-1179. FORD : ‘05 Focus Hatch back. Clean and reliable, 122K mi. $5,500 obo. (360)912-2225

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GMC: ‘91 2500. Long bed, auto. 4x2, body is straight. $3,700 obo. (360)683-2455

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FORD: ‘08 Explorer Spor t Trac XLT 4X4 4 . 6 L V 8 , Au t o m a t i c , traction control, alloy wheels, new tires, running boards, tow package, keyless entry, 4 full doors, power windows, door locks, mirrors, and drivers seat, power rear slider, cruise control, tilt, air conditioning, MP3 CD stereo, dual front, side, and side curtain airbags. 54,K ml. $19,995 Gray Motors 457-4901 graymotors.com

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CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION Clallam County PUD No. 1, Port Angeles, Washington, is updating its Prequalified Contractor List for contract work for electr ical facility construction or improvement in accordance with State of Washington requirements. Typical contracts bid under this list include construction or improvement of electrical transmission and distribution lines and substations, pole inspection and treatment, tree trimming and brushing, etc. If you are not already on the Distr ict’s Prequalified Contractor List and would like to apply to be considered for inclusion on the 2016 Pre-qualified Contractor List, cont a c t t h e P. U. D. E n g i neering Department at 360.565.3212. All contractors must be registered with the State of Washington. By submitting an application you are also verifying that your firm is not in a suspended status or on any State or Federal Debarment list. PUB: November 22, 2015 Legal No.669656

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Proposed Clallam County Ordinance Amending Title 31, Comprehensive Plan Map, and Title 33, Zoning Map, of the Clallam County Code (Clallam County Parks, Fair, and Facilities Department Application REZ2015-00001)

Notice is hereby given Clallam County will adopt by Resolution of the Board, supplemental budget appropriations in the following funds pursuant to RCW 36.40.100, at 10 a.m. on November 24, 2015 in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room (160) of the Clallam County Courthouse.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Clallam County Board of Commissioners will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 10:30 a.m., or as soon thereafter as possible in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 East 4th Street, Room 160, Port Angeles, Washington. The purpose of the public hearing is to consider an ordinance 9730 Vans & Minivans PLYMOUTH: ‘95 Van, amending Titles 31 and 33 the text of which is beOthers n e w t i r e s , b r a k e s , ing published in summary and in compliance with s h o c k s , s t r u t s , e t c . RCW 65.16.160 and Clallam County Charter Section 3.10. (NOTE: The full text will be mailed withCHEVY: ‘06 Uplander, $2,899. (360)207-9311 out charge upon request – see “Proponent” below nice cond. 92K miles. for the address and/or telephone number.) All pro$6,000. (360)683-1260 posed ordinances are available on the County website www.clallam.net.

Parks and Facilities – Additional revenue from increased campers at Salt Creek and Dungeness Parks/$70,200 Sheriff’s Operations – Reimbursement from Graysmarsh for overtime expenditures/$638 Public Works – Roads • Receipt of Department of Ecology grant for Streamkeepers/$22,451 • Environmental Health Department request for assistance from Streamkeepers/$13,710 • Agreement with City of Por t Angeles for Streamkeepers/$4,886 • Partnership with Puget Sound Stormwater Strategic Initiative Transition Team/$5,402 • Mountaineers Foundation agreement to merge two Streamkeepers data sets/$2,000 • Agreement with the City of Sequim for surface water flow monitoring/$7,669

are encouraged. Interested persons must either submit their written comments before the hearing is commenced (see Proponent’s address below) or present written and/or oral comments in person during the public hearing.

Copies of the budget change forms may be viewed at the office of the Board of Clallam County Commissioners from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

9931 Legal Notices 9931 Legal Notices Comments for or against this proposed ordinance Clallam County Clallam County No. 15-4-00385-5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLALLAM In Re the Estate of: BONITA WILSON, 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, present 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(3); 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 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: November 22, 2015 Personal Representative: STACEY WILSON Attorney for Personal Representative H. CLIFFORD TASSIE Address for Mailing or Service: JOHNSON RUTZ & TASSIE 804 South Oak Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 (360) 457-1139 Pub: November 22, 29, December 6, 2015 Legal No. 670016

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), appropriate aids and/or reasonable accommodations will be made available upon request. Requests must be received at least seven (7) days prior to the hearing – see “Proponent” below. The facility is considered “barrier free” and accessible to those with physical disabilities. PROPONENT: Clallam County Commissioners’ Office 223 E. 4th Street, Suite 4 Port Angeles, WA 98362 Telephone: 360.417.2233

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Legal Notice The Quinault Child Support Services Program hereby notifies the parties, Bridgette Schmidt and Brendan Adams Sr., that their presence is required on January 20th, 2016 at 2:30 PM, for a hearing in the Quinault Tribal Court in Taholah, Grays Harbor County, Washington. Failure to appear or respond within 60 days of Publication, may result in a default. For more infor mation, please call (360) 2768211 ext. 685. Pub. November 22, 29, December 6, 2015 Legal No.669761

SECTION-BY-SECTION SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGES: REZ2015-00001 application by Clallam County Parks, Fair, and Facilities Department, to change the classification of approximately 40 acres of land currently zoned Rural Low (R5) to Parks and Recreation (PR). ______________________________ Trish Holden, CMC, Clerk of the Board Pub: November 22, 2015 Legal No. 669571

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NOTICE IS HEREBY given that Clallam County Board of Health has called for a Public Hearing to begin at 2:30 pm on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room #160 at the Clallam County Courthouse. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to allow public comment on the proposed addition of making opioid overdoses a reportable condition in Clallam County.

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SMALL WORKS ROSTERS Clallam County PUD No. 1, Port Angeles, Washington, is updating its Small Works Rosters of qualified contractors for water projects, onsite sewage disposal system installation, and general contract work in accordance with State of Wa s h i n g t o n r e q u i r e ments. If you are not already on the District’s Small Works Roster and would like to be considered for inclusion on the 2016 roster, contact the PUD Engineer ing Dep a r t m e n t a t 360.565.3212. All contractors must be registered with the State of Washington. By submitting an application you are also verifying that your firm is not in a suspended status or on any State or Federal Debarment list. PUB: November 22, 2015 Legal No. 669654

The Clallam Conserva- Eliza Rivas, pursuant to tion District Board of Su- Quileute Law and Order pervisors plans to adopt Code, section 18.03(b), a resolution setting the you are hereby notified date, time, and location that a confidential and of an election to fill the mandatory court appearexpiring term of Joseph ance in a civil matter in Murray during the regu- which you are named as lar monthly Board meet- a party has been scheding scheduled for 3:00 uled for December 8th, p m o n D e c e m b e r 8 , 2015 at 12pm at the Qui2015 at Armory Square, leute Tribal Court in La 228 W. 1st St., Ste. H, Push, Washington Port Angeles, WA. Pub: November 15, 22, Legal No. 669599 29, 2015 Pub.: Nov. 22, 29, 2015 Legal No. 668199 PUBLIC NOTICE

Sealed bids will be received by the Public Works and Utilities Engineering Office until 2:00 PM, Tuesday, December 8, 2015, and will be opened and read in the Public Works & Utilities Conference Room, Port Angeles City Hall, 321 East Fifth Street, Port Angeles, Washington 98362. Bids will be taken for the following: One (1) 35KW Three Phase 480 Volt Generator

Bidders shall bid all items. Bid documents may be obtained at the Public Works and Utilities Department, City Hall, between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm, at 321 E. 5th Street, Port Angeles, Washington 98362, or at City website http://wa-portangeles.civicplus.com/bids.aspx. Questions shall be directed to Lucy Hanley, Contract Specialist at contracts@cityofpa.us or (360) 417-4541. Pub: November 22, 2015 Legal No: 669700 5B1210231 11-22

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Donations help neighbors in need Memories of generosity fuel action TERRY R. WARD

TODAY WE ARE launching the 27th annual Peninsula Home Fund campaign, just in time for the holidays. As a publisher of local community newspapers, I feel it is important that we use our media reach and leadership role to help those who may need a little Ward extra help from time to time. In fact, it is something I feel extremely strongly about because of personal experience. Many of our readers either read about part of my childhood or heard me speak about it at a recent chamber luncheon in Jefferson County. But, in case you missed it, I want to share a little of it with you today. When my mother was pregnant with me, my dad died in a car accident. The accident happened exactly, to the day, six months before I was born. I am the youngest of four. I have an older brother and two older sisters. Through various other events, my mother and we four children ended up as migrant workers, traveling from place to place, picking fruit and vegetables to make a living. (I attended three dozen different schools from kindergarten through 12th grade.) There were many times when I was growing up that we were homeless. When I was 4 years old, we were living in a tent in a state park in California. Christmas approached, and my mother sat all of us kids down and told us we were not going to have a Christmas that year. She explained that because we didn’t have a house, it would be difficult for Santa to find us. It was her way of softening the blow of another difficult Christmas. It wasn’t unusual for us to go several days without a meal. We couldn’t afford housing or food, much less presents at Christmas. On Christmas Eve, we all went to bed in the tent just like any other night. As the youngest, I was the first to wake up the next morning. I opened the flap of the tent, and as I crawled out, I was

astonished to see there were presents all wrapped up and sitting in front of our tent. You can imagine how excited that made me as a 4-year-old. I quickly woke up my mom, my brother and my two sisters to show them what I had found. We all stood there in amazement while my mom read the card with tears rolling down her face. I remember that day as if it were yesterday. The park rangers and their families had pooled together and made sure my family had a Christmas that year. Still today, after all of these years, that Christmas is my most memorable. It has affected my life for the better. Although the park rangers and their families probably don’t recall what they did, this simple act of kindness from strangers made a difference in who I am today. It’s why I volunteer. It’s why I try to help as many people as I can. It’s why I am so passionate about seeing families in need get the help they need. It’s why I am confident that we all make a difference in the lives we touch. So this holiday season, whether you donate to the Peninsula Home Fund or in a different way, I hope everyone in our community takes a moment to make a difference in someone else’s life. ________

Terry R. Ward is the publisher of the Peninsula Daily News, Sequim Gazette, Forks Forum and Olympic Peninsula HomesLand real estate magazine.

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thanks to you, our incredible community partners. DECEMBER IS TRADITIONEach year, the Home Fund repreALLY the time of year when people and sents hope for hundreds of people communities throughout the world colthroughout the North Olympic lectively pause to reflect upon their lives Peninsula. and reconnect with their families and The Home Fund is a hot meal, a community through diverse and culturwarm place to sleep, a classroom to ally rich traditions. learn and the ability to get to work. At Olympic Community Action ProIt is access to critical medical care. grams (OlyCAP), winter is a time when It is many things for so many people. we stand in respectful amazement of The Home Fund is a manifestation of a the Peninsula Daily News’ Peninsula compassionate community that actively Home Fund and the hundreds of busisupports hope. nesses, families and individuals who so OlyCAP considers itself privileged to generously support our work to help work with the Peninsula Daily News people, change lives and grow healthy and all those who so selflessly contriband vibrant communities. ute to the Home Fund. OlyCAP’s family, like so many others Your consideration allows OlyCAP to throughout the North Olympic Peninadvocate for low-income families. sula, will take time this holiday season It provides a voice for the elderly and to recognize our community’s accomdisabled. plishments, seek answers to our challenges and, most importantly, give TURN TO MESSAGE/C2


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It ensures that people from one end of the Peninsula to the other have access to paths that alleviate emergent needs and guide them toward self-sufficiency. OlyCAP is humbled and honored to serve the people of the North Olympic Peninsula. Our promise to you is we will treat every Home Fund contribution with respect and accountable transparency. ________ Dale Wilson is the executive director of Olympic Community Action Programs, which serves Clallam and Jefferson counties. Wilson joined OlyCAP on Sept. 1. He had previously served as director of Rural Resources Community Action in Colville. He specializes in developing community partnerships that address affordable housing development, homelessness, health care access and other human services that support elder independence and choice. In addition, Wilson has previously managed food assistance, energy services and weatherization programs.

GETTING THROUGH A CRISIS ASSISTANCE FROM THE Peninsula Home Fund is limited to one time in a 12-month period. The average amount of help this year has been $62.04 per person. Often, a one-time grant from the Home Fund is all it takes for recipients to get through a crisis and back on their feet again. â&#x20AC;&#x153;OlyCAP and the people of the Olympic Peninsula are certainly blessed to have such a beautiful and compassionate community in which to live and call home,â&#x20AC;? said Dale Wilson, executive director of Olympic Community Action Programs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;However, amid all the beauty and opportunity, it is possible to misplace, in our collective conscience, the social and economic challenges that face so many of our neighbors each day. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The PDN Home Fund uniquely provides OlyCAP with the capacity and resources to effectively assist individuals and families to weather their storm and find their safe harbor,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Home Fund represents a fundamental demonstration of a community in action that is unwilling to ignore poverty.â&#x20AC;? So far this year, $168,364 has been spent, and 2,708 individuals have been helped by the fund. As the 27th annual fundraising campaign for the Home Fund begins, the Peninsula Daily News acknowledges not just the challenges OlyCAP faces but the success it has created, thanks to PDN readers stepping up to donate. By category, hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a look at the numbers who have had Home Fund assistance so far in 2015: â&#x2013; Emergency housing/temporary shelter, rental assistance and home heating assistance, help to keep power on and grants to families needing help with rent or mortgage payments â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 975 individuals. â&#x2013;  Emergency home repairs, groceries and other assistance â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 491. â&#x2013;  Transportation to work or medical appointments â&#x20AC;&#x201D; mostly by means of bus passes â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and to provide car repair and pay for gas to get to work â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 403. â&#x2013;  Money to meet urgent medical and dental needs, including help with diapers, prescription medications, lab work and medical supplies â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 94. â&#x2013;  Work-appropriate clothing or uniforms for men and women and for children with special needs â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 71. â&#x2013;  Educational assistance â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 379. â&#x2013;  Hygiene assistance â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 295. Peninsula Daily News

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Are you prepared for an emergency? READY, SET, GO! Does everyone have to-go bags packed and a place to go in case of an emergency? I think it’s safe to say most of us don’t. And we don’t have a clue of where we’d even go if an earthquake destroyed our home, if a tsunami was coming or a forest fire was heading our way. The good news is we still have time to prepare, or to learn how to “survive and thrive” as Jamye Wisecup, program coordinator for Clallam County’s Emergency Management Team, likes to say. She spoke at a recent meeting of the Peninsula Chapter of Backcountry Horsemen about the high likelihood of a major earthquake and/or tsunami hitting our region, which is situated alongside the Cascadia Fault Zone, and what our residents can do now to hopefully save our lives, along with our horses and family pets. “I hope you’re not going to tell us the plan is for everyone to get on the highway to leave as soon as we hear the tsunami warning sirens go off, because that’s not going to happen,” Cate Bendock said, referring to the tsunami warning signs and signals dotted along the Peninsula’s coastal beaches. Her home sits on a coastal bluff 130 feet above sea level.

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Backcountry Horseman’s Peninsula Chapter members who received recognition during October’s monthly meeting for their hours of voluntary service this year in trail building, maintenance work and bringing the new Miller Peninsula parking lot and trailhead into fruition include, from left, Delman Sage, Dan Dosey, Kris Phillips, Linda Morin, Cate Bendock, Judy Sage, Dave Seibel, Don Gonder and Cindy Yager.

PENINSULA HORSEPLAY higher ground. Griffiths Wisecup said to plan now where to go without wasting precious moments having to think about where to go, which could be the difference between life or death for her and her animals. “I teach people to get out quick,” Wisecup said. “It’s so important for each individual to set their plans in place now, so they don’t have to even think about it when disaster strikes.” Occasionally someone will say to her, “I don’t need to prepare; I’m ready to die.” “I tell them that’s going to be a real bearcat if you live and don’t have food or water for the next 30 days or more while you wait in

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your home for help,” Wisecup said. “It’s so key to make sure you have enough food, water and the knowledge of what it takes for you and your household to survive at least 30 days out.”

A role for horsemen She’s hoping members of Backcountry Horsemen can help by riding their horses to deliver food, medicine and other supplies during the aftermath and recovery phase of disaster. “You guys could probably write the book on disaster preparedness because your thinking is geared toward surviving in the wilderness,” she said. “You know what to do and that’s why you’re such a valuable resource for us.” There’s not enough space here for me to share all that’s involved in preparing for a disaster, so I’m just going to share some of the main points Wisecup shared. She’s promising to meet with the club sometime soon to share more about what

Clallam County is doing to prepare, such as setting up at least 15 rally or command points in areas that will be more or less isolated islands after losing roads and rivers to disaster. In the meantime she encourages individuals to “map their neighborhood,” by noting who lives where and what animals may need saving.

Practice makes perfect In addition we need to practice loading our horses when they are under duress. Bendock learned during a recent fire in California that a CERT team in place to only rescue horses was told they were only allowed five minutes per animal to load in the horse trailer. If it refused or balked, the team was told to go on to the next one. Many horse owners don’t have a horse trailer, or might have three horses but only a two-horse trailer. In that case, all horses should be trained to be led by someone driving a vehicle

Where can or should you go if you have to flee your home and the way to your sister farm is blocked? “Try a commercial building’s parking lot, such as Walmart, or better yet in a lot by a store that sells horse feed and/or fencing, because you could be there for quite some time,” Wisecup said. She also suggests keeping a water bottle on hand

with a filtering system so you can drink water from a local stream without worrying about getting giardia, and plan in advance to have an out-of-state contact that family and friends know in advance to call to share their status and situation, as local phone lines are frequently saturated whereas less people use the long distance. “And often times you can still text if you can’t get through by phone,” she said.

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With a smile and a shake of her head to say, “No,” Wisecup said access on and off of the Peninsula would be blocked either by a landslide and/or by one or several of Clallam County’s 180 bridges collapsing. Due to Bendock’s location overlooking the water, she stressed how Bendock needs to find a “sister farm” or a friend’s place inland and on

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IN A FEW days, it will be Thanksgiving Day, so . . . thank you. You . . . yeah, you! You, who are reading this four days away from the Big Day or maybe not because you have a more pressing engagement with a frozen turkey or whatever. Maybe you’ll get to this next Friday or Saturday, or maybe not at all, and that’s OK. I mean, this is a special time, right? You’re excused. But none of that stops me from saying “thank you.” Thank you for allowing me to get away with this for 15 years — yeah, 15! I don’t believe it either, but here we are. You’ve allowed me to rant, rave, explain, expunge, offer up, take back and generally spew information, along with the byproducts of my fevered brain.

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But the best part has been you: You who have introduced yourselves and encouraged me, you who have corrected me, you who have shared your stories and your pain, you who have “been there, done that” and you who are just starting on a path. You are amazing people. Thank you for amazing me. Thank you for caring enough to care for one another. We all have memorized this by now: “Caregivers are folks who are taking care of folks who need to be taken care of, whether they like it or not.” That’s you. Often, you’re family, but not always. Sometimes you’re friends or neighbors or fellow church members and even ex-spouses — it doesn’t seem to matter.

Thank you for being braver than they are. And thank you for telling somebody where you hid the will! Thank you for having outlived childishness; for having matured to the point where you realize and accept that the only thing that really matters is people. And that all the institutions and associations and august bodies and politics and self-important “power brokers” and wailing and moaning and gnashing of teeth is, usually, much ado about nothing.

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WE ARE DESPERATELY trying to teach our 2-year-old son not to hit the family cat with his toys or hands and feet. Sometimes, he will even try to bite him. This seems to happen most after we correct him. Is he trying to take out his frustrations on the cat? This behavior only upsets us more. Is this some type of power struggle or is he seeing the hitting part of behavior at his daycare? What do we need to be doing to get him to stop?

ple get you down! You have a right to be here and many gifts to give, and you give them every day. Thank you for your patience. The day will come when they will be apologizing to you.

Glue that holds us together Thank you for being the glue that holds this insanity together; the ones who know the stories, the ones who remember how we got here from there and the ones who might help us avoid making the same mistakes. The ones who ground us, who give us continuity, history, culture and context. The ones who can help us understand who we are and how we came to be — if we have sense enough to listen. The ones who are willing to leave the way they came. For being the only ones who have a right to say, “This, and only this, is what matters.”

Oregon advice Our 3-year-old did this to our dog. We couldn’t understand why he got so upset with the family pet, especially if we got upset with him. We finally figured out that it got worse when we put him down for a nap or once he went to his room for the night and the dog, of course, stayed with us. He was actually jealous of the dog being able to stay up. We let the dog go into his room when it was nap time and at bedtime with the door cracked. After he fell asleep, if the dog wanted out, she would just open it and come out. Children can sometimes be quirky. Pay close attention to the situation and the answer might be right in front of your eyes. Jeremy and Melany T. in Portland, Ore.

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That what matters is people, not their color or their background or their language or their appearance or their ancestors — only their peopleness. And in that, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for keeping hope You don’t give up alive. Thank you for your patience, for You just seem to keep on keepin’ being able to smile in the face of on, out of love, dedication, desperaabject idiocy masquerading as help. tion or just plain stubbornness! For being willing and able to But you do it. And all my little programs and services and resources carry on in a culture, both national and agencies and acronyms couldn’t and local, that barely acknowledges your existence, falls on a sword at begin to do what you do. the prospect of having to support Whether you know it, you are you — and makes you feel like you sustaining us all, simply by doing should apologize for not having died. what you do. Don’t apologize, and don’t let peoThank you.

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Thank you again for allowing me to get away with this for 15 years. So, with your permission and indulgence . . . what the heck! Let’s go for 15 more! I’ll play and stay if you will. People who know me well know that I only bet on sure things, and I’m betting on you. Thank you for being a sure thing. Mark Harvey is director of Clallam/Jefferson Senior Information & Assistance, which operates through the Olympic Area Agency on Aging. He is also a member of the Community Advocates for Rural Elders partnership. He can be reached at 360-452-3221 (Port Angeles-Sequim), 360-385-2552 (Jefferson County) or 360-374-9496 (West End), or by emailing harvemb@dshs.wa.gov.

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A tinder turn toward the indifferent I AM NEWLY single and enjoy meeting women on Tinder. It’s often difficult to know if a Tinder match is worth meeting in the real world until after you have invested time chatting with the woman via the app. The number of matches can be overwhelming, making it a challenge to juggle multiple conversations. Sometimes these chats fizzle on their own. But often I’m given a phone number just as my interest wanes. How should I deal with this? Jeremy in Portland, Ore. I was a lousy student of

“Arrested Development” or want to feel some validation as a sexy beast. Philip statistics. Now, to this statistical Galanes (And walking into that long shot, add the empathic final is still failures that so often accompany communication in heavy conducted solely by text. rotation And — presto! — it’s hurt among my feelings time (or at least one anxiety more step down the road to dreams.) dehumanization). But even I Thoughtful question, know that Jeremy! swiping right on scads of Remember, every dating photos, each with a profile represents an actual 10-word profile, then typing with the speed of Rach- person, with hopes and dreams and favorite promaninoff to six different grams, just like us. “matches” simultaneously So, when we lose interis not a likely recipe for much — other than reliev- est after a bout of lively typing, don’t just disappear. ing boredom when you It’s confusing. don’t have the heart for another episode of Take an extra four sec-

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onds and type: “I’m off now. Good luck with your search.” That small gesture can make a big improvement in the lives of online daters and, ultimately, ourselves. (We can’t be interested in everyone. But this way, we all know where we stand, and you brought down the curtain politely.) When you get serious about meeting someone, head to the supermarket and work that produce aisle like a fashion runway. They don’t call it “fresh” for nothing.

Seeing red My sister and I ate dinner at a fine restaurant. The man at the next

table knocked over his wine glass, splashing red wine all over my sister’s white cashmere dress. He mumbled something, then ignored us. The dress was ruined. But my sister did not want to make a scene. What should I have done? Howard in New Jersey I am going to climb out on a limb and say: Respect your sister’s wishes. She was the one baptized in cabernet. The clumsy man should have apologized audibly and offered to pay for cleaning the dress. But he didn’t, and your

sister didn’t want to attract any more attention. Sometimes the kind thing is to let other things go (if that’s what our companion wants). Otherwise, a simple, “Where should we send the dry cleaner’s bill?” would have probably done the trick. And for those who hear shouting in the distance, it is a cadre of cleaning bloggers recommending a pat down with seltzer water and salt, followed by a gentle wash.

________ Philip Galanes is an advice columnist who specializes in contemporary etiquette and social dilemmas. Email questions to him via socialq@nytimes.com.

Here’s a recipe to help embrace the beet I AM ALWAYS on the look-out for new ways to enjoy beets. I know, I know, it’s a strange fetish, when I could be entertaining myself with Facebook memes or crossword puzzles. But beets are abundant and the season is long. And there are so many varieties with colorful names like Detroit Red, Di Chioggia, Rainbow and Golden, and Gladiator. Beets range in shape from round to cylindrical, and in color from deep purple to candy cane stripe and golden.

Very nutritious In large part due to the colorful nature of beets, their nutritional value is exceptional. My mother always said, and you have probably heard me say this before, “Color on your plate brings the roses to your cheeks.” And whether you are prone to pink cheeks or not, everybody can benefit from the phyto-nutrients contained in colorful vege-

PENINSULA KITCHEN tables. Betsy So Wharton why do beets have such a low approval rating among American eaters? Familiarity breeds contempt, perhaps. One beet basher I recently interviewed succinctly stated, “They taste like dirt.” OK, so eating a plain boiled beet might be something less than culinary excitement, but there are many ways to prepare this vegetable including the sweet and sour pickled beets to roasted as a medley with other root vegetables to the classic eastern European soup known as borscht. I have posted recipes for several of these in years past, so this year here is something new from a great restaurant I had the

chance to sample on a trip to the Midwest last spring. As usual, I always try some variations on a theme. The first time I made this recipe, I didn’t have potato starch on hand. I figured I could easily substitute with a little wheat or rice flour. The result was good, but the next time I made the recipe, I did get some potato starch. I have to admit, the potato starch does help to hold the burger together during cooking. Also — this recipe makes more than our family could eat for one meal. I froze some of the uncooked beet and walnut paste in a baggie and found that it was every bit as good two weeks later, making for an easy meal on a busy night.

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4 large or 6 medium beets 2 cups walnuts 1 large beaten egg 1 Tbs. potato starch 1 cup bread crumbs salt and pepper to taste 2 tsp. vegetable oil 8 hamburger buns 2 cups arugula 16 cherry tomatoes Total time: 1¾ hours, serves 8

_______ Wash beets and roast in foil or in a covered baking pan at 400 degrees Fahrenheit until tender, almost an hour. While the oven is hot, spread the walnuts over another roasting sheet and toast until fragrant, about 5 minutes. When cool, slip the skins off the beets and using a food processor or blender pulse 4 cups of beets and the nuts

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Man takes professional attitude too far DEAR ABBY: MY husband DEAR ABBY and I have a great relationship. We work in the same school have a “great” Abigail system. He’s an administrator; I so am a counselor. Van Buren relationship, I’m advising We sometimes go to joint you to discuss meetings, but when we do, he this with him always acts awkward, like he and tell him doesn’t even know me. how it made I understand we have to you feel. behave professionally, but not as Because no if we don’t know each other. one was Recently, we were leaving a around, there meeting and no one was around. should have I was going to give him a peck been no harm on the lips to say goodbye, and he in a simple turned away as if he wanted “peck” goodbye. nothing to do with me. Personally, I think he owes What is the proper etiquette you an apology. when spouses work together? What he did wasn’t nice. More Than a Co-worker in Georgia Dear Abby: My calico cat, Rosie, seems to be fixated on my Dear More: Demonstrations next-door neighbor Ron. of physical affection are not Every morning Rosie grooms appropriate in a workplace situa- herself for an hour, then jumps in tion if other people are present. the window to watch for Ron to You say you and your husband go for his morning run.

She sits there until Ron comes out of his house. He exercises a lot and has kept himself in shape, while I admit I have let myself go. As soon as she sees him, Rosie starts purring. I have to say that I resent this. I provide her with room and board and brush her regularly, but while I’m doing it, she watches the window intently and then bolts to her lookout post if Ron appears. I bought new window treatments, which she scratched her way through, damaging the blinds and shades. Filling her food dish strategically before Ron goes out doesn’t deter her. I love my cat, but I feel she is being unfaithful. What should I do? P.S. I’m happily married (my wife thinks I’m crazy) and Rosie has been fixed. Larry in Delaware

Dear Larry: What a sad situation. Few things are more painful than feeling rejected by a love object. You didn’t mention how sedentary you are, but it’s possible that Rosie watches Ron because he is a moving object. Consider joining Ron on his runs and you might find Rosie is watching you, too. However, if that doesn’t work, you might have to share the affections of your cat. Accept it. Dear Abby: My wife and I host many holidays, Thanksgiving, Passover, etc. Invariably, everyone gathers in the family room and several people put their legs up on the ottoman with their shoes on. It drives me crazy! I view it as no different than walking on someone’s furniture. My wife thinks I should say something.

I actually have done that in the past, but not for years. When I did, it made me look like the bad guy. Is this a weird fetish of mine or am I right? Paul in Buffalo Grove, Ill. Dear Paul: If you prefer that your guests not put their feet on your furniture with their shoes on, speak up and say so. Doing that doesn’t make you a bad guy or a fetishist. It’s your home, your preference, and it isn’t rude to address something that bothers you, especially because it’s something that you have mentioned before.

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FORTUNATELY, THERE IS a stop sign right where I often want to stop the car and see what birds are on the water. A recent surprise revealed the goldeneye ducks have moved into the inner waters. The recent snow on the Olympics has had me looking for them. For me, this duck’s presence always announces the coming of winter. Clear, cool days when the blue waters of our bays and inlets sparkle in the sunshine can’t get any better when you add goldeneyes to the picture. These hardy ducks love cold winter days when the sun is shining. They act like it is spring. Males cavort across the water, chasing the females and chasing each other away from the females. They perform complicated acrobatics designed to capture the ladies’ attention. This adds to the fun of watching them. These handsome black-and-white ducks exhibit so much freedom and joy as they sport about the water that you can’t help having your spirits lifted, too. Two species of goldeneye ducks winter in Northwest waters. Both the Barrow’s and the common will be livening things up until April. That’s when they start moving northward to nest. They also nest on the lakes found in the higher elevations of the Cascades. The two species look much alike. Both males are black-and-white. The females are gray with brown heads. They may look identical at first sight, but it is pretty easy to tell them apart. The males differ in several ways. The easiest thing to remember is the white spot in front of both male birds’ eyes. The Barrow’s has a crescent-shaped spot, and the common has a round spot in the front of its eyes. When the sun is shining, you may see a purple cast on the male Barrow’s dark head. The common’s head looks greenish in the same light. Another identifying characteristic

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Students attending the Peninsula College Foundation’s recent donor and student recognition lunch are, from left, Kelsey Ghere, Carole Bertman, Corinne Burwash, Morgan Carl (back), Peter Placos, Cathleen O’Connell, Kelsey Nash, Michelle Hammond, Amy Tichgelaar, Kristan Mabrey and Donika Huls.

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PORT ANGELES — Recently, the Peninsula College Foundation celebrated its donors and scholarship recipients in the Cornaby Center at its annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon. Scholarship recipients Morgan Carl and Kristan Mabrey addressed the packed room, sharing stories of the impact their awards are having on their educations and futures. After seeing the difference that good nursing care made during family members illnesses, Carl decided to return to school to study an occupation that could make a difference in his community. As a husband and father of two with one on the way, Carl works part time while carrying a full load at school and still makes time to serve as a youth mentor and certified Wilderness First Responder.

Mabrey is married, a mother of a 4-year-old and works part time while attending PC. She also gives back to the community as an adult literacy tutor at the Literacy Council of Clallam County and volunteers at her son’s preschool. Mabrey’s goal is to become a teacher. Foundation Board President Dr. Joe Floyd also spoke of the other far reaching effects of Foundation donations. Ninety students have been awarded scholarships totaling more than $225,000. In addition to scholarships, reptile research, a lecture series on historical philosophers, up-to-date medical equipment for teaching and student testing fees were some of the items funded with $433,652 in Peninsula College Foundation grants and scholarships this year.

A review of the last academic year shows giving totals were up across all areas, according to Foundation Director Getta Rogers. “Financial support given by the Foundation to Peninsula College programs was up $53,000 for the last academic year (2014-15), to over $119,000,” she said. “Direct student support, which was just shy of $200,000, was up $30,000, nearly all of it being scholarships and grants.” Rogers noted that inkind giving of supplies and materials, in the amount of $72,000, was also more than the previous year. Also, the foundation unveiled a new plan this fall, the Finish Line Fund, to help with unexpected expenses that may affect a student’s ability to complete their degree or certificate. For more information, phone Rogers at 360-4176400 or email foundation@ pencol.edu.

Briefly . . . Fifth Forum presented at PA fellowship PORT ANGELES — The Fifth Sunday Forum, “Perspectives on Coming Out,” will be presented at Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29. The fellowship’s gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender group sponsors this multimedia program, which features the Olympic Peninsula-inspired NPR StoryCorps feature “The Saint of Dry Creek,” which was the subject of an article in the Oct. 26 issue of the Peninsula Daily News. To view, visit http:// tinyurl.com/pnul4lt. Also featured is a short personal coming-out story by a lesbian veterinarian and a comedic feature film called “But I’m a Cheerleader.” A short discussion will follow. Light refreshments will be served. The program is free and open to the public. The fellowship is located at 73 Howe Road. Email Nancy Avery at skippervido@yahoo.com.

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Amy Tucker, a junior at Sequim High School, center, is recognized as Sequim Sunrise Rotary’s October Vocational Student of the Month. She lives in Sequim with her parents, Stacy and Brian, and sister. Amy was nominated by her agriculture teacher Steve Mahitka, left. They are pictured with Nell Clausen of Sequim Rotary. Amy attends the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center, and her future plans include a career in veterinary science and to work as a vet tech for large animals. from ticket sales will be donated to local charities. Last year, donations were made to Sequim Community Aid and the Shipley Center scholarship fund for lowincome seniors. This year’s performances are at Sequim Seventh-day Adventist Church, 30 Sanford Lane. The program, directed by Gary McRoberts and accompanied by Kayla Dyment, includes hymns such as the “Hallelujah” chorus from Handel’s “Messiah,” “Peace, Peace” and “A Song of Peace” by local composer Karen Williamson, along with a variety of Christmas music. Contact chorus coordinator Gail Sumpter at 360477-9361 or gail@gail

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Fundraiser set PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Jet Set Soroptimists are pre-selling Christmas poinsettia plants for $15 each to raise funds for Girls Circle, scholarships and education programs for women. The color choices are red, white or pink, and the plants can be picked up Friday, Dec. 4, at Cherry Hill Florist, 2933 E. U.S. Highway 101. All proceeds go toward projects directed at helping women. To place an order, phone Danetta Rutten at 360-4529900. Peninsula Daily News

THANKSGIVING IS THIS Thursday, and as the turkey gets devoured and the pumpkin pie gets gobbled up, so too do your family members and friends reflect on all that we have to be thankful for. Since the greatest shopping frenzy of the A GROWING year starts right after this reflective holiday, I CONCERN want to do my part in making sure that all the Andrew avid gardeners on your list get the perfect and May ideal gardening gifts. So while you are checking out your list of “naughty and nice,” deciding whom among your family will be getting lovely wrapped presents, let me give you a sure-fired inventory of gifts that will delight any budding horticulturist: 1. Amaryllis. I just placed my order a few weeks ago with the Netherland Bulb Co. for two bin-boxes full of large amaryllis bulbs, to be used as both ideal stocking stuffers and wonderful party gifts. This is the most beautiful flowering plant (bulb) one can give and is guaranteed to grow for the recipient. 2. Felco pruners. Felcos are available in numerous models, sizes and purposes, and are even made in “left-handed” versions. This may be the best gift a gardener can receive. 3. Backpack sprayer. Here is an often underutilized piece of equipment, but only because few people have one. Backpack sprayers carry 3-plus gallons of mixture, easily secured on one’s body, and provide enough pressure to adequately dispense the material, even into the tallest of fruit tree limbs. 4. Warm boots. It is now cool, damp, snowing and muddy, yet necessary garden chores never abate. Why not get a fabulous pair of lined, heavy-duty rubber boots (with Super Feet insoles, of course) so the busy gardener will always have warm, dry and comfortable feet? 5. Outdoor boot brush (and mount). With all that moisture, mud, grime and leaves, a gardener’s footwear is never clean (and that means your floors are getting all of that muck brought in, too). Purchase a heavy-duty boot brush for your favorite plant lover and screw it down onto a pressure-treated 6x6 piece of wood, cut about 18 inches long. Half dig this into the ground, level against the sidewalk, and it will be secure and in place for that gift to them and whoever cleans the indoor carpets. 6. Winter work gloves. The cool, damp weather also penetrates those summer work gloves, and many of them have holes in them by now. Get your gardener a box of waterproofed and lined or insulated gloves. Several pairs will ensure that at least one pair is always clean, dry and easy to locate. 7. Rain gear. Talking about the weather, who could not use a new pair of rain pants and rain coat? Consider purchasing a “breathable” Gore-Tex, insulated, professional set of rain gear. When your feet, hands and body are dry, you are much happier. Happy gardeners are doing a far better job out in the yard than the cold, wet worker (and this gift can also be used year-round when hiking). 8. Light it up. We learned last week the tricks of holiday light displays. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to go and decorate someone’s yard with an uplifting light sculpture for the whole neighborhood to admire?

ince the greatest shopping frenzy of the year starts right after this reflective holiday, I want to do my part in making sure that all the avid gardeners on your list get the perfect and ideal gardening gifts.

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For those not physically able, this would be a really special gift. 9. A live tree. Purchase an exotic, ornamental tree in a large pot and put a few lights on it, making Charlie Brown and all the “Peanuts” gang envious. Be sure to provide a large saucer underneath it so it can be watered indoors before it is eventually planted outside in January. (A hardware store will have large water heater pans that will work great for this purpose.) 10. Literature. A perfect gardening gift could easily be a subscription to a horticulture magazine, a beautiful garden coffee table book or a fabulous plant reference book. One of the best sources of plant information is the American Horticulture Society’s Complete Guide to Plants A-Z Dictionary, perfect for curling up with next to a warm fire on a cold and windy day. Books and magazines are always useful for resources, inspiration and just the facts, ma’am. 11. Butchart Gardens/Woodland Zoo/local tours. I think many of us have fine memories of driving around town looking at the Christmas lights, so why not make this a generous gift? Nobody does a holiday display better than our neighbors across the Strait at Butchart Gardens, and you could make it a holiday getaway in one of the most romantic cities in the world. Closer to home, the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle does a great job, as do some local tours right here in our surrounding towns. Enjoy the very hard work of those who do a labor of love with their Christmas displays. 12. Tiny tiller. For those gardeners who have large areas of plants, a great little rototiller is the way to go. These compact, easy-to-use and move machines are a real workhorse out in the yard. This would be a splurge worthwhile of any special friend or family member (or yourself!). 13. PDN Garden Bus. Every year in February (Feb. 17-21 in 2016), fellow PDN columnist Pat Neal and I host an allinclusive, first-class, luxury trip to the Northwest Flower & Garden Show in Seattle. This is the nation’s second-largest flower show, and the trip will be jam-filled with food, drink, information, prizes, lectures and laughs. The bus is limited to 43 people and sells out fast, so if you would like to treat someone special to a day of horticultural wonder ($115 per person, $220 for a couple), call me at 360-417-1639 to reserve a seat via a gift certificate. Plus, most of the proceeds will go to the Peninsula Daily News’ Peninsula Home Fund, held in conjunction with Olympic Community Action Programs, which provides “a hand up, not a handout” to people in need. Now go out and shop till you drop, rewarding all those who toil in the yard with some great garden-selected goodies from my Top 13 list.

________ 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).

Death and Memorial Notice JERRY LINENKUGEL, JR. June 8, 1948 October 31, 2015 Jerry was born in Los Angeles, California, to Jerry Linenkugel Sr. and Elizabeth Linenkugel. He grew up in Laguna Beach, California. From 1969 to 1972 during the Vietnam War, Jerry served as a captain in the United States Army, 1st Calvary Division and Airborne. He was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious achievement, the Bronze Star, Certificate of Appreciation, National Defense Service Medal and Combat Infantry Badge. After being honorably

Mr. Linenkugel discharged from the Army, Jerry continued to serve his country for the next 26 years in law enforcement. He began his career as a police officer at the

Laguna Beach Police Department, was a sergeant at the Atascadero Police Department and continued his service as a lieutenant at the Ridgecrest Police Department, where he attended the 153rd FBI National Academy. Jerry retired from the Ridgecrest Police Department in 2000. Jerry leaves behind his wife, Marina Ross Linenkugel; sister Karen Wood; sons Troy Mann and Sean Linenkugel; daughter Tara; niece Kaitlyn; great-grandnephew Carter; and grandchildren Kayla, Dylan and Kyle Mendoza, Susana, Shai, Christian and Nataly Ardila, and Dylan, Elise and Cydnee Mann.


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Briefly . . . Senior meals set this week PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles Senior Nutrition Site dinners will be served at 4 p.m. Tuesday

and Wednesday at the Port Angeles Senior & Community Center, 328 E. Seventh St. A suggested donation is $5 for those who are 60 or older. People younger than 60

can attend for $8. Reservations should be made 24 hours in advance to 360-457-8921. Menus are subject to change. ■ Tuesday: Tossed salad, spaghetti with meat

sauce, cauliflower, garlic bread and melon slices. ■ Wednesday: Ambrosia, cranberry salad, roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans and pumpkin pie. ■ Thursday and Fri-

Death and Memorial Notice LINDA FRAZER July 22, 1940 November 7, 2015 Linda Frazer, age 75, of Port Angeles passed away at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, on Saturday, November 7, 2015. Born in New Rockford, North Dakota, and a resident of California for many years, Linda recently served as the assistant vice president of the items processing division at First Federal of Port Angeles for 10 years. We friends and family knew her as a fearless, independent, do-it-yourself soul, always on the lookout

Linda Frazer for new adventures, whether as a seasonal worker in national parks, a volunteer for worthy

causes or a traveling companion with friends. Kind-hearted and possessed of a sharp wit and good sense of humor, she was a thoughtful writer, a voracious reader and an engaging conversationalist, always ready to chat or offer a sympathetic ear to friends. Perhaps her greatest attribute was her green thumb, as people were amazed at her ability to grow the most exotic plants in the starkest of environments. The secret, she said, was talking to them, which all of us understood because Linda did love to talk. Above all, she was a warm, caring mother and a

great sister. She left us far too early, and we will miss her greatly. She is survived by daughter Leslie Daugherty; son Collin (Lena) Daugherty; brothers William (Sophary), Darrel (Marge), Dwight (Marge), Gene (Jackie) and Terry Frazer; sister Laurel (Gary) Boyse; and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Jean Frazer; brother Marvin; and husbands James Daugherty and Richard Oestrike. At her request, no services are planned. Memorial donations can be made to the charity of your choice.

day: Closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Thanksgiving yoga PORT TOWNSEND — An all-levels yoga class to benefit the Port Townsend Food Bank will be held at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2333 San Juan Ave., from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Thursday. Participants need to bring a mat and any other props. Cost is by donation, and all proceeds go to the food bank. For more information, email telwag@me.com or phone 360-344-2157.

Guild bazaar SEQUIM — The Sequim Guild will have a holiday bazaar at the Sequim Prairie Grange, 290 Macleay Road, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. There will be more than 30 vendors and hundreds of handmade items for sale. The guild kitchen will serve homemade soups, sandwiches and pies. All Sequim Guild profits go to Seattle Children’s Hospital for research and uncompensated care fund. For more information, phone 360-683-7130 or email sequimguild@gmail. com. Peninsula Daily News

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Death and Memorial Notice ELIZABETH JANE RISING November 15, 1923 November 11, 2015 Elizabeth Jane Rising was born to Fern Dobbins and Ruby Beatrice Easterday on November 15, 1923, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. She was the youngest of six children. She graduated from Reynolds High School in Northwest Indiana and soon moved to San Diego, California, and then San Francisco. In 1947, she met and married Francis L. Rising in San Francisco, and they soon moved to San Luis Obispo, California, where Frank graduated from California Polytechnic State University in 1954. When Frank was hired by General Electric, they moved to New York, Vermont and ultimately to Richland, Washington,

Mrs. Rising where he worked at the Hanford Atomic Facility. From 1951 till 1963, they had five boys. Betty and Frank were active in Christ the King Catholic Church and the local martial arts community. Frank died suddenly in 1975, and Betty finished raising her youngest sons in Richland.

She moved in 1980 to Sequim, where she was active in St. Joseph Catholic Church and the Sequim/ Port Angeles communities. Her son John was killed in a plane crash in 1986. In 2010, Betty moved to Gig Harbor near her oldest son, Paul. She became active in St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church (Tacoma, Washington) and the Gig Harbor Community. She is survived by four sons, Paul (Nancy), Mark (Rosemary), Alex (Liz) and Leo (Michelle); son John’s widow, Kitty Rising Gandee (Dan); as well as 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Her funeral Mass will be at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 7112 South 12th Street, Tacoma, at 11 a.m. Wednesday, November 25, with a reception to follow in the parish center. A rosary vigil will be

held at 6:30 p.m. in the church on Tuesday, November 24. She will be interred in Richland. For more information and pictures, please visit www.mountainviewtacoma. com. Flowers can be sent to Mountain View Funeral Home, 4100 Steilacoom Boulevard Southwest, Lakewood, WA 98499; or to St. Charles Parish, 7112 South 12th Street, Tacoma, WA 98465, on November 24. Suggested donations in Elizabeth’s honor can go to the EWTN Global Catholic Network, 5817 Old Leeds Road, Irondale, AL 352102164; your local St. Vincent de Paul Society; wounded veterans organizations; or your local Catholic parish. Arrangements are provided by the Mountain View Funeral Home, Lakewood, Washington.

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BETTY R. SCOTT January 26, 1923 November 14, 2015 Betty R. Scott died on Saturday, November 14, 2015. Betty was born on January 26, 1923. Mom lived her life for peace in the world. She became a Unitarian in

Death and Memorial Notice RICHARD LOUIS MEYERS October 15, 1930 November 12, 2015

Death and Memorial Notice WILLIAM G. ROWE August 19, 1961 October 26, 2015 William G. Rowe, 54 (also known as “Will,” “Bill,” “Billy” and “Wee”), left us suddenly and unexpectedly on October 26, 2015. He was born in Puyallup, Washington, on August 19, 1961. He grew up in North Seattle, Washington, and graduated from Shorecrest High School. He was an avid collector of fabulous old muscle cars. Bill’s appreciation for classic cars started when he purchased his first car, a 1960s Mustang. Throughout his lifetime, he owned and sold many collectible cars. He also loved to golf, and he was really good at

Mr. Rowe it. Bill truly loved the many friends he made on the golf course. He made his last birdie on the 12th hole at Dungeness just before we lost him on the back nine. In all the shock and sadness, there is some

comfort knowing he left us doing something that he loved with the friends that he loved. He had an amazing ability to make people feel appreciated. He was kind, friendly, thoughtful, giving and would go out of his way to help someone in need. Bill was everyone’s best friend. He enjoyed a career working in the restaurant business. He was a great cook and treasured the times he prepared and shared meals with friends and family. He made a mean lasagna. On the lighter side, he always enjoyed a good laugh playing practical jokes. As a kid, there were constant practical jokes being played among Bill and his sisters. Joking around was something he

the 1940s, about the time she met John R. Scott. Dad died in 2002. Mom and Dad will be remembered by many for years. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, November 25, 2015, at 10 a.m. at the Unitarian Church off Barr Road, 73 Howe Road, Port Angeles.

Richard Louis Meyers, born October 15, 1930, passed away peacefully in his home November 12, 2015, at the age of 85. He served his country in Korea and retired from the Navy with a 22-year retirement. Getting a job with the National Park Service in 1977, he made Port Angeles his stopping point and his home. Always providing for his family was a quality that he lived beautifully and reflected his love of family. Richard loved to fish, travel and read, and was a true jack of all trades. He is survived by

never outgrew. We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of Bill’s friends who stood by him at the hospital until his family could arrive. It was overwhelming to see how many people were there looking over him, and it was appreciated beyond words. Please remember Bill in any way that he touched your heart or made you happy. Bill is survived by his mother, Leonna Gray; his sisters, Lisa Adair and Brenda Warner; niece Kelly Warner; nephew Casey Warner; his true love, Jill Trubow; and her son, Aron. A service and celebration will be held on Monday, November 23, 2015, at the Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course, 1965 Woodcock Road, Sequim, at 3 p.m.

Mr. Meyers Loismary (Tillie) Meyers, his wife of 65 years; their four children, Debbie, Lori, Susan and Greg; and their spouses and families. He will be greatly missed and always loved. At a later date, a tribute will be given.

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cover story Up to ‘Code’ CBS delves into the world of medical dramas with ‘Code Black’ By Jacqui Wiens TV Media

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hen it comes to medical dramas, for better or for worse, new shows tend to be compared to the iconic “ER,” which ran for 15 seasons on NBC. That classic program succeeded in exquisitely balancing the hectic professional lives of ER staff with their personal drama, and set a benchmark that its successors have been hard-pressed to match. “Grey’s Anatomy,” which premiered a few years before the finale of “ER,” has arguably been the most successful medical drama since. Over the past several years, new medical dramas have come and gone, often folding within one or two seasons. Fox’s “Red Band Society,” ABC’s “Black Box,” and USA’s “Rush” are a few good examples. Lately, NBC is trying to reassert its dominance in the medical drama department with two new series — “Chicago Med” and “Heartbreaker” — but CBS is throwing its hat in the ring, too. Stepping into the operating room with a brandnew, adrenaline-filled show, the eye network premiered “Code Black” in September. A new episode

airs Wednesday, Nov. 25, on CBS. Headlining the cast is Marcia Gay Harden (“The Mist,” 2007) as residency director Dr. Leanne Rorish. Her approach to medicine is a bit more rash than some of her colleagues, and certainly Dr. Neal Hudson (Raza Jaffrey, “MI-5”) would prefer it if she toned it down. Dr. Hudson was once mentored by Dr. Rorish, but now believes she’s far too reckless for both her own good and the good of the hospital. Despite their disagreements, Dr. Rorish proves time and again that she is both experienced and skilled enough to pull off the rather unorthodox or very high-risk procedures she favors. Dr. Rorish has been nicknamed “Daddy” by the other staff, with senior nurse

Jesse Sallander (Luis Guzmán, “Traffic,” 2000) earning the nickname “Mama.” Sallander manages the residents, skirting a fine line between being tough enough to keep the young doctors in line and being likeable enough to build relationships with them. Rounding out the senior staff members is Dr. Rollie Guthrie (William Allen Young, “Moesha”), an upbeat attending physician who has been at the hospital longer than any other doctor and who is always available to help the residents talk through a tough shift. Angels Memorial has four new resident doctors who are learning the ropes in the incredibly high-stress environment. Christa Lorenson (Bonnie Sommerville, “The Ugly Truth,” 2009) went to medical school following her Luis Guzmán in a scene from “Code Black.”

son’s cancer diagnosis and subsequent death. Her personal experience with the pain her patients and their families are experiencing allows her to connect with them on an emotional level. Malaya Pineda (Melanie Chandra, “Love, Lies and Seeta,” 2012) is driven by evidence. Her instinct is to test and test until she figures out what’s wrong, but in the fast-paced environment of Angels Memorial, there isn’t always time to do things by the book. Mario Savetti (Benjamin Hollingsworth, “The Joneses,” 2009) has spent his life so far relying on nobody but himself, beating drug addiction and working multiple jobs to pay his way through medical school. While self-sufficiency has served him well, Mario needs to work on interpersonal skills and learn to let others assist him. Finally, Angus Leighton (Harry M. Ford, “Louder Than Bombs,” 2015) studied psychology for a time before moving into medicine. His brother is a highly successful doctor, and his father used his position on the hospital’s board to secure Angus a residency position. Despite his undeniable knowledge and solid instincts, Angus still has trouble trusting his own abilities.

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We're the Millers (2013, Comedy) Jennifer Aniston,

Life as We Know It (2010, Comedy) Josh Duhamel, TBS Tatum, Laura Ramsey, Amanda Bynes. Emma Roberts, Jason Sudeikis. Josh Lucas, Katherine Heigl.

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2 Guns (‘13, Act) Mark Wahlberg, Paula Patton, Denzel Washington.

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10:00 p.m.

Avery’s (Patricia Arquette) friend — an Interpol agent — is murdered by the No. 1 fugitive on the FBI Cyber’s Most Wanted List in this new episode. She puts her own life in jeopardy to capture the killer, the Deep Web’s most dangerous drug dealer.

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Nat Geo has pulled together a diverse and talented cast to bring history to life. Ron Livingston (“Office Space,” 1999) stars as John Carver, a godly man and the Plymouth colony’s first governor. Ray Stevenson (“Rome”) is the leader of the “strangers,” Stephen Hopkins. He’s a man with a dark past, and is the only Mayflower passenger who’s ever been to the New World before. Raoul Trujillo (“Apocalypto,” 2006) stars as Massasoit, the leader of the Wampanoag, while Anna Camp (“Pitch Perfect,” 2012), Kalani Queypo (“The Royal Tenenbaums,” 2001) and Tatanka Means (“A Million Ways to Die in the West,” 2014) help round out the cast. It won’t quite be the feelgood story that most people learn as kids, but this grittier version of the Mayflower landing may be a bit closer to how things really happened. The two-night event begins Sunday, Nov. 22, on Nat Geo. A Christmas fairy tale: A runaway princess, a charismatic commoner and a holiday backdrop. It sounds like the beginning of so many fairy tales, and that’s exactly what TV watchers will get with Hallmark’s next original movie. The channel’s annual Countdown to Christmas celebration has begun, with family-friendly holiday fare airing

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Finding Nemo (2003, Animated) Voices of Ellen DeGeneres, Willem The 700 Club 180* 311* Story Kelsey Grammer, Tom Hanks. Dafoe, Albert Brooks.

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A Boyfriend for Christmas Kelli Williams. 312* Love/List "Blended Families" Love/List "Line of Sight" Love It or List It Love It or List It (N) H.Hunt (N) House (N) Love It or List It 112* 229* To Be Announced To Be Announced Nazis "Ultimate Evil" Hitler "The Hunt Begins" Hitler "Secret Nazi Lair" Real Thanksgiving 120* 269* Kristin's Christmas Past (2013, Family) Will Kemp, Christmas on the Bayou (2013, Romance) Hilarie Burton,

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Detective Gordon (Ben McKenzie) has a revelation about Galavan (James Frain), while Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) rises up in this new episode. Based on classic DC Comics characters, this drama follows the early days of future Batman ally Jim Gordon.

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10:00 p.m.

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Zathura: A Space Adventure (‘05, 130* 254* Wood Harris, Denzel Washington. Williams. Adv) Josh Hutcherson, Jonah Bobo. North Woods Law North Woods Law North America North America North America North America 184* 282* Below Deck "The Real Below Deck "Dirty Laundry" Below Deck Below Deck "Reunion, Part The People's Couch (N) Below Deck "Reunion, Part 129* 273* Housewives of Atlanta" One" Pt. 1 of 2 (N) One" Pt. 1 of 2 Shark Tank The Filthy The Filthy Shark Tank Shark Tank The Filthy The Filthy Paid Paid 208 355 Rich Guide Rich Guide Rich Guide Rich Guide Program Program CNN Special Report CNN Tonight Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Special Report CNN Newsroom Amanpour Newsroom 200 202 Futurama Futurama Drunk Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 (N) Drunk (N) Daily Show Nightly Show 107* 249* Key Capitol Hill Hearings 210 350 Moonshiners "Bros Before Moonshiners "The Shining" Moonshiners: Outlaw Cuts Moonshiners "Whiskey Gold Rush Moonshiners "Whiskey 182* 278* Hooch" Burn" (N) Burn" "American Spirits" (N) Girl World Best Friends Austin/ Ally Liv Maddie

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Prisoners (‘13, Thril) Hugh Jackman.

Man of Steel (‘13, Act) Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Henry Cavill.

Man of Steel 136* 248*

Tin Cup (‘96, Com/Dra) Kevin Costner.

Tin Cup (‘96, Com/Dra) Rene Russo, Cheech Marin, Kevin Costner. Golf Central Playing Lessons Academy 136* 248* Christmas Incorporated (‘15, Dra) Shenae Grimes. Tis the Season for Love (‘15, Com) Garry Chalk. A Cookie Cutter Christmas (‘14, Dra) Erin Krakow. 312* House Hunters Renovation Fixer Upper Fixer Upper Fixer Upper H.Hunt (N) House (N) Fixer Upper 112* 229* Hitler "Secret Nazi Lair" T o Be Announced The Curse of Oak Island Oak Isl. "Time to Dig" (N) Hunting Hitler (N) Hitler "Escape From Berlin" 120* 269* Holly's Holiday (2012, Comedy) Ryan McPartlin, Claire The Santa Con (2014, Comedy) Melissa Sagemiller, Scott On Strike for Christmas (2010, Family) David Sutcliffe, 108* 252* Coffee. Grimes, Barry Watson. Victor Zinck Jr., Daphne Zuniga. The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All in With Chris Hayes The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Hardball 209 356 Life Below Zero (N) Badlands, Texas (N) Life -0 "The Resurrection" Badlands "End of the Road" Life -0 "Land of Extremes" Life Below 0 "Aftermath" 186 276 Nicky H.Danger Thunder Thunder iCarly 1/2 iCarly 2/2 Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends Friends 171 300 Mark Few (N) DFL Soccer Borussia Dortmund at Hamburger SV Site: AOL DFL Soccer DFL Soccer Hoffenheim at Hertha Berlin 426 687 Arena -- Hamburg, Germany Site: Olympiastadion Berlin Cops Jail Cops "Stupid Cops "Coast Cops "Coast Cops "Coast Cops "Liar, Cops "Arrests Cops Cops "Coast Sweat Inc. "Circut Training 168* 241* Behavior #4" to Coast" to Coast" to Coast" Liar #6" With a Twist" to Coast" Workouts" (N) Aeon Flux

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The A-Team (2010, Action) Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Liam FXM 133 258 Earth Presents Denman, Will Smith. Neeson. Presents Presents The Kelly File Hannity The O'Reilly Factor The Kelly File Hannity On the Record 205 360 Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Cutthroat Kitchen Cutthroat Kitchen Cutthroat Kitchen (N) M. Diners (N) Myst. Diners Myst. Diners Myst. Diners 110* 231* Fast and Furious 6 (2013, Action) Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel.

This Is the End (‘13, Com) Jonah Hill, James Franco.

This Is the End 136* 248* APGA Golf Round 1 (L) APGA Golf Round 1 136* 248* Merry Matrimony (‘15, Rom) Jessica Lowndes. Once Upon a Holiday (‘15, Rom) Briana Evigan. A Bride for Christmas (‘12, Rom) Andrew W. Walker. 312* Property Brothers Property Brothers Property Brothers Prop.Brothers: Ranch (N) H.Hunt (N) House (N) Property Brothers 112* 229* American Pickers A. Pickers "Space Oddities" American Pickers American Pickers (N) C'Mas Decades "The 60s" Swampsgiving 120* 269*

Obsessed (2009, Thriller) Idris Elba, Ali Larter,

Madea Goes to Jail (2009, Comedy) Derek Luke, Keshia Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage 108* 252* Beyoncé Knowles. Knight Pulliam, Tyler Perry. Counselor (‘13, Dra) Kim Kardashian, Jurnee Smollett. The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All in With Chris Hayes The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Hardball 209 356 Drugs, Inc. "Euro Coke" (N) Drugs, Inc. (N) D rugs, Inc. "Euro Coke" D rugs, Inc. Drugs "Heroin Island, NYC" Underworld, Inc. 186 276 Nicky H.Danger Nicky "Go Hollywood" (N) Talia (N) T hunder Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends 171 300 NCAA Basketball Nicholls State vs. New Mexico (L) The Game Motocross X-Fighters -- Madrid, Spain Seahawks Seahawks All UEFA Soccer Champions 426 687 365 Press Pass Access (N) League Bar Rescue "Grandpa Got Bar Rescue "Anything You Bar Rescue "Twin vs. Twin" Bar Rescue "Punch-Drunk Bar Rescue "Grown Some Bar Rescue "Muscle 168* 241* Run Over by His Grandkids" Can Yell, I Can Yell Louder" and Trailer-Trashed" Meatballs!" Madness"

Men in Black II (‘02, Sci-Fi) Will Smith.

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A Time to Kill (‘96, Dra) Samuel L.

The Prince of Tides (1991, Drama) Barbra Streisand, Blythe

No Country for Old Men (2007, Crime Story) Javier 132 256 Jackson, Matthew McConaughey. Danner, Nick Nolte. Bardem, Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones. My Big (N) My Big (N) B ig Fat Fab. Big Fat Fab. My Big Life My Big "The Skinny" (N) Charming (N) Charming (N) Late Joy (N) Big Fat Fab. 183* 280* Castle "Resurrection" 1/2 Castle "Reckoning" 2/2

Gran Torino (‘08, Dra) Christopher Carley, Clint Eastwood.

S.W.A.T. (‘03, Act) Samuel L. Jackson. 138* 245* Scooby (N) TeenT. (N) Regular Show: The Movie (N) Regular King of Hill Cleveland American D. American D. Family Guy Family Guy 176* 296* Expedition Unknown Expedition Unknown Expedition Unknown Expedition Unknown (N) Expedition Unknown Mysteries at the Museum 215* 277* Facts of Life Facts of Life Facts of Life Facts of Life Old Christine Old Christine Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray King-Queens King-Queens 106* 304* NCIS "Dagger" N CIS "Road Kill" N CIS "Check" N CIS "The Enemy Within" N CIS "We Build, We Fight" M odern Fam Modern Fam 105* 242* Person of Interest Person of Interest Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Parks/Rec Parks/Rec Rules of Eng Rules of Eng 239 307

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Bill Alverson with Scarlotte in “Coach Charming.”

Planes, Trains and Automobiles (11) KSTW

8:00 p.m.

No holiday celebration would be complete without this classic comedy. Steve Martin stars as a high-strung advertising executive who encounters a bumbling salesman (the late John Candy) as he struggles to get home to his family in time for Thanksgiving.

Rosewood (13) KCPQ

8:00 p.m.

When it appears that there’s a plot against one of Miami’s hottest new designers, Rosewood (Morris Chestnut) and Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz) investigate. Taye Diggs guest stars as Rosewood’s best friend, Dr. Mike Boyce.

Saturday Night Live (5) KING

9:00 p.m.

The “SNL” family has a comedy feast for fans with a compilation of memorable Thanksgiving and family-themed moments in this rebroadcast. Some of the sketches include “Adam Sandler’s Turkey Song,” “Nikey Turkey” and “Ed Grimley’s Thanksgiving.”

Coach Charming (61) TLC

10:35 p.m.

Bill is shocked when the reigning Miss Alabama refuses to practice her swimsuit walk while he’s coaching her for a national pageant in this new episode. Also, Kim and Bill have a plan to showcase Bill’s awesome dance skills at an upcoming event. NOVEMBER 22 - 28, 2015

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NBC KING KONG

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KCTS (10) ION (11)

CW KSTW

(12) KVOS (13) (15)

Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (5) KING

9:00 a.m.

Marching bands, giant balloons, clowns and more celebrate the coming holiday season. The spectacle also includes performers from the worlds of music, film, theatre, sports and television.

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

(16) (22)

FOX KCPQ

E! CHEK CITY

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(37)

A&E

(39)

AMC

(49) ANPL (70) BRAVO (24) CNBC (40)

CNN COM (17) CSPAN (56)

(29)

DISC

2:00 p.m.

(46)

DISN

Embark on a culinary adventure around the world with a primetime marathon of this series featuring several rebroadcasts of popular episodes. As the fun kicks off, Bourdain travels to Quebec, Canada, where he samples local dishes and explores ice caves.

(26)

ESPN

(40) CNN

(27) ESPN2 (64)

FAM

(51)

FMC

(23)

FNC

(53) FOOD (48)

FX

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

(47) GOLF (60) HALL

8:00 p.m.

(30) HGTV

(11) KSTW

As Americans settle into Thanksgiving, CW serves up four backto-back rebroadcasts of this hilarious series featuring some of the show’s most interesting guests. Brad Sherwood, Bill Nye, Keegan-Michael Key and Carson Kressley take the stage.

Elementary (7) KIRO (8) GBLBC

10:00 p.m.

Jonny Lee Miller stars as a modern-day Sherlock Holmes, who uses his powers of deduction to solve crimes along with his partner, Dr. Joan Watson (Lucy Liu). John Noble also stars as Sherlock’s father, Morland.

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Some Like It Hot (‘59, Com) Marilyn 9 9 'Alice's Restaurant'. (N) events that led the pilgrims to cross the Atlantic in 1620. Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon. BlueB. "Model Behaviour" B. Bloods "All That Glitters" B lue Bloods "Cellar Boy" BlueB. "The Blue Templar" Blue Bloods "Mercy" Blue Bloods "Friendly Fire" 33 Family Feud Family Feud Mike & Molly 2 Broke Girls Whose "Brad Whose Line Whose Line Whose Line 2 Broke Girls Mike & Molly Family Guy Family Guy 11 11 "Bill Nye" Sherwood" Is It? Is It? CHiPS M*A*S*H MASH "The The Andy The Andy Bob Newhart That Girl Hogan's Hogan's Carol Burnett Perry Mason Grim Reaper" Griffith Show Griffith Show Show Heroes Heroes and Friends Celebrity Modern "Up The Big Bang The Big Bang The All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration Viewers are given Q13 FOX News at 10 Q13 News Modern "Not Name Game All Night" Theory Theory the opportunity to adopt a new best friend. (N) in My House" 13 13 CHEK News CHEK News Wheel of Jeopardy! The X Factor "Results Show 14 Diaries of the Great War CHEK Late Mr. D "The CBC News The Wealthy at 6 p.m. 6:30 Fortune 4" News Crush" Vancouver Life Murdoch Mysteries Modern Modern Mr. D Life in Pieces Mom (N) 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Two and a EP Daily Reviews on Family Family Half Men the Run Two and a Two and a The TheSimpsons Modern "Up Modern "Not Q13 FOX News The Big Bang The Big Bang Friends Friends 22 22 Half Men Half Men Simpsons in My House" Theory Theory "Mr. Plow" All Night" J. Prince BHouston

The Hiding Place (‘00, Dra) Kim Hunter. Holy Land Bless Lord Facts Creflo Dollar The Song Bless Lord Nightwatch "Caught You, Nightwatch "When Work Nightwatch: After Hours Nightwatch: After H. "Trust Nightwatch: After Hours Nightwatch "100%, Every 118* 265* "In the Blink of an Eye" (N) the Ones You're With" (N) "Mardi Gras" (N) By Surprise" Becomes Family" Time"

The Godfather (1972, Drama) Al Pacino, James Caan, Marlon Brando.

The Godfather II (1974, Drama) Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall, Al 130* 254* Pacino. Fatal Attractions Fatal Attractions Fatal Attractions To Be Announced To Be Announced Raised Wild 184* 282*

In Her Shoes (2005, Drama) Toni

Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005, Comedy) Eugene

Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005, Comedy) Eugene

In Her 129* 273* Collette, Shirley MacLaine, Cameron Diaz. Levy, Bonnie Hunt, Steve Martin. Levy, Bonnie Hunt, Steve Martin. Shoes Shark Tank Jay Leno's Garage Jay Leno The Filthy The Filthy The Filthy The Filthy The Filthy The Filthy Paid Paid 208 355 covers all things automotive. Rich Guide Rich Guide Rich Guide Rich Guide Rich Guide Rich Guide Program Program Anthony Bourdain "Libya" Anthony Bourdain "Cuba" A. Bourdain "Paraguay" Anthony Bourdain "Spain" Anthony Bourdain "Miami" A. Bourdain "Charleston" 200 202 Jeff Dunham Unhinged Special Christmas South Park South Park South Park

The 40-Year-Old Virgin (‘05, Com) Steve Carell. Movie 107* 249* Key Capitol Hill Hearings 210 350 Naked and Afraid XL "40 Naked and Afraid XL "40 Naked and Afraid XL "40 Naked and Afraid XL "40 Naked and Afraid XL "40 Naked and Afraid XL "Dirty 182* 278* Days Jungle Rich" Days Death March" Days Sacrifice" Days Falling Apart" Days Filth and Fury" Dozen Return"

Despicable Me (‘10, Ani) Steve Carell. Bunk'd Austin/ Ally Liv Maddie Jessie K.C. Underc. Bunk'd Girl World Liv Maddie 173 291 NCAA Football South Florida at Central SportsCenter The day's news in the world SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news 140 206 Florida (L) of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. NCAA Basketball AdvoCare Invitational Iowa vs. Dayton Basketball NCAA Basketball Wooden Legacy Santa Clara vs. Arizona E:60 The biggest names and First Take 144 209 Quarter-final Site: HP Field House -- Orlando, Fla. (L) Score. (L) Quarter-final Site: Titan Gym -- Fullerton, Calif. (L) the best stories in sports. Re-Take

Ratatouille (2007, Family) Voices of Patton Oswalt, John Planes (2013, Animated) Voices of Stacy Keach, Brad Garrett, Dane Cook. The 700 Club 180* 311* Ratzenberger, Brad Garrett.

X-Men Origins: FXM

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009, Action) Liev FXM

X-Men: First Class (2011, Action) Michael 133 258 Wolverine Hugh Jackman. Schreiber, Danny Huston, Hugh Jackman. Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy. Presents Presents The Kelly File Hannity The O'Reilly Factor The Kelly File Hannity On the Record 205 360 Chopped "Take Heart" C hopped Chopped "Amateurs' Brawl" Chopped "Judges Face-Off" Chopped (N) C hopped 110* 231*

Despicable Me 2

Despicable Me 2 (‘13, Ani) Kristen Wiig, Steve Carell.

Despicable Me 2 (‘13, Ani) Kristen Wiig, Steve Carell.

Despicable Me 2 136* 248* Golf Round 2 (L) Golf Round 2 136* 248* I'm Not Ready for Christmas (‘15, Dra) Alicia Witt. 12 Gifts of Christmas (‘15, Fam) Katrina Law. Northpole (‘14, Dra) Bailee Madison, Tiffani Thiessen. 312* Rehab Addict Rehab Addict Rehab Addict Rehab Addict Rehab Addict Rehab Addict RehabAdd RehabAdd H.Hunt (N) House (N) House Huntrs House 112* 229* Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn S. "The Smoking Gun" P awn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars C'Mas Decades "The 60s" 120* 269*

All She Wants for Christmas (2006, Family) Tobias

The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992, Musical) Jim Henson's Turkey Hollow (2015, Family) Jay 108* 252* Melher, Steve Bacic, Monica Keena. The Muppets, Steve Whitmire, Michael Caine. Harrington, Chris Ludacris Bridges, Mary Steenburgen. The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All in With Chris Hayes The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Hardball 209 356 Saints and Strangers (‘15, Dra) Cameron Matthew. 2/2 Saints and Strangers (‘15, Dra) Cameron Matthew. 1/2 Saints and Strangers (‘15, Dra) Cameron Matthew. 2/2 186 276 Talia H.Danger Nicky "Go Hollywood" F resh Prince Fresh Prince

Billy Madison (‘95, Com) Adam Sandler. F riends Friends 171 300 NCAA Football Montana vs. Supercross -- Detroit, Mich. Seahawks Seahawks All UFC Fight UFC (N) 426 687 Montana State Press Pass Access Flashback

The Scorpion King

The Mummy (1999, Adventure) Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Brendan Fraser.

The Mummy Returns (2001, Adventure) Rachel Weisz, 168* 241* Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. John Hannah, Brendan Fraser.

Die Another Day (‘02, Act) Pierce Brosnan. WWE Smackdown! (N) Haven (N) Z Nation 122* 284* Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls The Big Bang The Big Bang 2 Broke Girls Girls "And Conan 139* 247* "Amish Guy" Theory Theory the Cronuts"

Desk Set (‘57, Rom)

Woman of the Year (1942, Comedy/Drama)

State of the Union (1948, Romance) Katharine

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Clash of the Titans (‘10, Act) Sam Worthington.

Wrath of the Titans (‘11, Act) Sam Worthington.

John Carter (‘12, Act) Lynn Collins, Taylor Kitsch. 138* 245* Adventure T. Adventure T. Adventure T. Adventure T. Regular Regular King of Hill Cleveland American D. American D. Family Guy Family Guy 176* 296* Food Paradise Food Paradise Foods "New Mexico" Booze "Texas is Full of It" E xpedition Unknown Mysteries at the Museum 215* 277* Facts of Life Facts of Life Facts of Life Facts of Life Old Christine Old Christine Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray King-Queens King-Queens 106* 304* Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam Modern Fam 105* 242* Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos Met Mother Met Mother Parks/Rec Parks/Rec Rules of Eng Rules of Eng 239 307

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TLC TNT TOON TRAV TVLND USA WGN

(31) (43) (32) (50) (33)

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6:30

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7 PM

7:30

Rick Mercer Coronation Report Street (N) KOMO 4 News Wheel of Jeopardy! Fortune NBC Nightly KING 5 News KING 5 News Evening News Extra OK! TV Inside Access Edition Hollywood KIRO 7 News CBS Evening The Insider EntertainNews ment Tonight News Hour EntertainEnt. Tonight ment Tonight Canada PBS NewsHour Washington Charlie Rose: Week (N) The Week (N) Criminal Minds Criminal Minds "In Heat" Family Feud Family Feud Mike & Molly Girls "And the Cronuts" CHiPS "Christmas Watch" M*A*S*H M*A*S*H

8 PM

8:30

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9:30

Marketplace Interrupt (N) the fifth estate (N) (N) Santa Claus Is Comin' to Shark Tank Town The National Dog Show The 14th Annual National Dog Show showcasing 1,700 canines. Dr. Phil Dr. Phil offers advice KING 5 News at 9 on how to lead positive lives. The Amazing Race Hawaii Five-0 "Ina Paha"

10 PM

10:30

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11 PM

CBC News: Vancouver 20/20 Interviews and hard- KOMO 4 hitting investigative reports. News Dateline NBC KING 5 News

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Uncorked (2010, Romance) JoBeth Williams, Elliot CHEK Late Mr. D CBC News Chek Around at 6 p.m. 6:30 Fortune News Vancouver Gould, Julie Benz. Murdoch Mysteries Modern Modern Sunnyside Sunnyside World's Funniest "Dogs: 2 Broke Girls Two and a EP Daily Reviews on Family Family Nature's Clowns" (N) Half Men the Run Two and a Two and a The Simp. "Lisa's Modern Modern Q13 FOX News The Big Bang The Big Bang Friends Friends 22 22 Half Men Half Men Simpsons First Word" Family Family Theory Theory Harvest Manna Fest One Night With the King Faith God Max Lucado Creflo Dollar Praise the Lord Criminal Minds "A Shade of Criminal Minds "The Big Unforgettable "Blast From Unforgettable "Gut Check" Criminal Minds "What Criminal Minds "Corazon" 118* 265* Gray" Wheel" the Past" (N) (N) Happens at Home"

Home Alone (1990, Comedy) Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Macaulay

Home Alone (1990, Comedy) Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Macaulay Into the Badlands "Fist Like 130* 254* Culkin. Culkin. a Bullet" Tanked: Unfiltered Tanked: Unfiltered Tanked: Unfiltered Tanked! Tanked! Tanked! 184* 282* Vanderpump Rules "New Vanderpump Rules "Pretty Vanderpump Rules VanderAfte-

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007, Comedy) Kevin 129* 273* Blood" Little Lies" rShow (N) James, Jessica Biel, Adam Sandler. American Greed: Scams, American Greed: Scam American Greed: Scam American Greed: Scam American Greed: Scam Paid Paid 208 355 Scoundrels and Scandals Program Greed changes people's lives. Greed changes people's lives. Greed changes people's lives. Greed changes people's lives. Program The Sixties The Sixties The Sixties The Sixties The Sixties "1968" The Sixties 200 202

Tommy Boy (‘95, Com) David Spade, Chris Farley. I Am Chris Farley The life of comedian Chris Farley. (P) (N)

Tommy Boy (‘95, Com) David Spade, Chris Farley. 107* 249* Politics & Public Policy Today 210 350 Gold Rush "Grandpa's Gold Rush "Jack's Gold Gold Rush: Pay Dirt Gold Rush "El Dorado Pacific Warriors (N) Gold Rush "El Dorado 182* 278* Golden Advice" Shack" Dream" (N) Dream" "Treasure Island" (N) Best Friends Best Friends Best Friends Bunk'd Bunk'd (N) Best Friends Whenever (N) Austin/ Ally StarWarsRebl StarWarsRebl Bunk'd Best Friends 173 291 NCAA Football Baylor at TCU Site: Amon G. SportsCenter The day's news in the world SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news 140 206 Carter Stadium -- Fort Worth, Texas (L) of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. NCAA NCAA Basketball AdvoCare Invitational Semifinal Site: HP NCAA Basketball Wooden Legacy Semifinal Site: Titan Gym NBA Tonight E:60 The biggest names and 144 209 Basketball Field House -- Orlando, Fla. (L) -- Fullerton, Calif. (L) the best stories in sports. Planes (2013, Animated) Voices of Stacy

The Hunger Games (2012, Action) Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence. The 700 Club 180* 311* Keach, Brad Garrett, Dane Cook.

Night at the Museum: FXM

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian FXM

Parental Guidance (‘12, Com) FXM 133 258 Battle of the Smithsonian Presents (2009, Comedy) Amy Adams, Owen Wilson, Ben Stiller. Marisa Tomei, Bette Midler, Billy Crystal. Presents Presents The Kelly File Hannity The O'Reilly Factor The Kelly File Hannity On the Record 205 360 Diners&Dives Diners&Dives Diners&Dives Diners&Dives Diners "Extra Helpings" (N) Revival (N) DinerRevival Diners "East Coast Cruisin'" Diners&Dives Diners&Dives 110* 231* Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Avatar (2009, Fantasy) Sam Worthington, Giovanni Ribisi, Zoe Saldana. 136* 248* Golf Round 3 (L) Golf Round 3 136* 248* Royal Christmas (‘14, Dra) Stephen Hagan, Lacey Chabert. Crown for Christmas (‘15, Fam) Danica McKellar. A Princess for Christmas (‘11, Fam) Katie McGrath. 312* House House House House House House House House H.Hunt (N) House (N) House Huntrs House 112* 229* CountCars CountCars CountCars CountCars CountCars CountCars American Restoration (N) To Be Announced CountCars CountCars 120* 269*

Comfort and Joy (2003, Romance) Dixie Carter, Dear Santa (2011, Drama) Gina Holden, Emma Duke, Amy All About Christmas Eve (2012, Romance) Chris Carmack, 108* 252* Steven Eckholdt, Nancy McKeon. Acker. Haylie Duff. The Rachel Maddow Show MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary 209 356 The 2000s (N) The 2000s (N) The 2000s: A New Reality The 2000s: A New Reality The2000s "Things Get Real" The 2000s: A New Reality 186 276 SpongeBob SpongeBob Santa Hunters (‘14, Fam) Thunder Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends Friends 171 300 NCAA Football Texas Tech Mariners All H.S. Football WIAA Tournament 3A Semifinal (L) S eahawks Seahawks All Pro Football 426 687 at Texas Access Press Pass Access Weekly (N) Cops Cops Cops "Coast Cops "Street Cops Cops Cops "Coast Cops "Coast Cops "Coast Cops Cops Cops "Liar 168* 241* to Coast" Patrol" "Evidence" to Coast" to Coast" to Coast" Liar #5"

Casino Royale

Skyfall (‘12, Act) Helen McCrory, Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig. Z Nation (N) Haven "A Matter of Time" 122* 284*

Four Christmases (2008, Comedy) Reese

Four Christmases (2008, Comedy) Reese 2 Broke Girls Girls "And 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls 139* 247* Witherspoon, Robert Duvall, Vince Vaughn. Witherspoon, Robert Duvall, Vince Vaughn. the 'It' Hole"

Jason and the

The Land That Time Forgot (‘75, Sci-

Lost Horizon (1937, Musical) Jane Wyatt, John Howard, Ronald

The Thief of 132 256 Argonauts Todd Armstrong. Fi) John McEnery, Doug McClure. Colman. Bagdad John Justin. What Not to Wear "Noel" What Not to Wear "Sunny" What Not to Wear What Not to Wear "Beryl" What Not to Wear "Mayim" Not to Wear "Leanne" 183* 280*

Wrath of the Titans (‘11, Act) Sam Worthington.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012, Action) Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway. Movie 138* 245* Teen Titan Teen Titan Teen Titan Regular Show: The Movie William Salyers. King of Hill Cleveland Family Guy Family Guy Bl.Jesus (N) Tim 176* 296* Mysteries at the Museum Mysteries at the Museum Mysteries at the Museum Mystery Museum (N) Mysteries at the Museum Mysteries at the Museum 215* 277*

The Princess Bride (‘87, Rom) Robin Wright, Cary Elwes.

Footloose (‘84, Dra) Lori Singer, John Lithgow, Kevin Bacon. Younger Younger 106* 304*

Fast Five (‘11, Act) Vin Diesel.

G.I. Joe: Retaliation (‘13, Act) Channing Tatum. Satisfaction (N) The Royals (N) 105* 242*

101 Dalmatians (‘97, Fam) Glenn Close. Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Parks/Rec Parks/Rec Rules of Eng Rules of Eng 239 307

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Friday bestbets

Poppy Montgomery stars in “Unforgettable.”

Unforgettable (37) A&E

8:00 p.m.

Poppy Montgomery returns as Carrie Wells, a cop with a unique condition that allows her to remember every single detail of her life. In the season premiere, Carrie’s long-lost husband, Eddie Martin (Skeet Ulrich), shows up while investigating a meth crew.

World’s Funniest (10) CITY (13) KCPQ

9:00 p.m.

Former football player Terry Crews livens up Friday night with a collection of “epic fail” viral videos featuring adorable animals, kids and more in this series. Each week, celebrity guests review the clips and choose their favorites.

House Hunters (30) HGTV

10:00 p.m.

Disheartened by skyrocketing real estate prices in Silicon Valley, a couple expands their search to a peaceful coastal town close by called Half Moon Bay in this new episode. However, he isn’t impressed with some of the elements in American homes.

Z Nation (52) SYFY

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Killers (2010, Action) Katherine Heigl, Friends Friends Friends Friends 2 Broke 2 Broke Girls Girls (‘03, Fam) Mike Myers. Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp. Tom Selleck, Ashton Kutcher.

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Badlands (1973, Drama) Sissy Spacek,

The Cincinnati Kid (‘65, Dra) Edward

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