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U.S. 101 work zone speed will drop 45 mph limit starts Tuesday BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

AGNEW — Prepare to drive 45 mph beginning Tuesday on a 3.5-mile, construction-busy stretch of U.S. Highway 101

between Port Angeles and Sequim. That’s where a 52-year-old man died last week in a threevehicle collision along the twolane stretch that remained 55 mph after work crews began a widening project. The state Department of Transportation will lower the speed limit Tuesday just as soon as workers install new speed-

limit signs along the highway between Shore and Kitchen-Dick roads. It’s where workers with heavy equipment are widening it from to two to four lanes — and where drivers may be getting distracted by all the construction fuss,� Project Engineer Jerry Moore said Friday. “I’m trying to rush-order the signs in.�

Since the collision, residents have expressed concerns about the 55-mph speed limit, he said. “We are responding to [the concern that] maybe there is an issue of too many people not paying attention to the roadway,� Moore added. “We are responding to people’s questions, asking is there something to do.�

Bryan Crawford of Port Angeles was traveling eastbound at 8:30 a.m. Monday when he was struck by one of two vehicles that had collided in the westbound lane after one of those vehicles had struck the other from the rear, the State Patrol said. Crawford died at the scene, the State Patrol said. TURN

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A bridge near you could tumble 9 steel spans like I-5 one that fell ring N. Peninsula BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

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A Clallam County road crew inspects the steel-truss bridge that carries Quillayute Road over the Sol Duc River after a truck clipped an overhead component in 2012. The bridge regularly suffers truck hits.

Nine truss bridges similar to the Interstate 5 span that collapsed Thursday evening over the Skagit River traverse rivers in Clallam and Jefferson counties. And they present a similar danger of failure, local officials said. Here’s the North Olympic Peninsula inventory of “through-truss� bridges — most on U.S. Highway 101 — in which trusses are above, not below, bridge decks, as outlined Friday by the state Department of Transportation and officials of both counties: ■One is a collision-prone Clallam County bridge on Quillayute Road that crosses the Sol Duc River 4 miles west of Forks. ■ Six are state bridges that carry U.S. 101 over the Sol Duc and Calawah rivers in Clallam County’s West End. ■ Two are U.S. 101 bridges that stretch across the Big Quilcene and Hoh rivers in East and West Jefferson County. Also led by steel trusses — albeit modern ones — is the 1.5-mile Hood Canal

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Bridge, the third-longest floating bridge in the world that is split by Jefferson and Kitsap counties. Installed in 2010, the entrance trusses to the floating span are considered modern engineering and are not accident-prone. Like the I-5 bridge in Skagit, the old North Olympic Peninsula steel-truss bridges are considered functionally obsolete because they do not meet present-day volume and vertical-clearance standards, Transportation Regional Operations Engineer Chris Keegan said.

Bridges inspected That doesn’t mean they are unsafe, county and state officials said. They are inspected by Transportation once every two years. “Our bridges are in pretty good shape,� said Bob Martin, Clallam’s public works administrative director and the county’s former head of emergency services. “Some need to be retrofitted to be seismically sound,� he added. But the spans are not immune from the same consequences that befell the Skagit River bridge near Mount Vernon, county officials said. TURN

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I-5 collapse seen as national warning BY DONNA G. BLANKINSHIP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MOUNT VERNON — The chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board said Saturday that the Skagit River bridge collapse on Interstate 5 is a wake-up call for the nation. “This is a really significant event and we need to learn from it, not just in Washington but around the country,� Debbie Hersman said after taking a boat ride on the Skagit River below

the dramatic scene where a truck bumped against the steel framework, collapsing the bridge. The Thursday evening crash sent two vehicles and three people 50 feet into the chilly water. All suffered only minor injuries. Investigators need to find out what happened near Mount Vernon and if it could be repeated at similar bridges around the country, Hersman said.

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Port Angeles Memorial rites PORT ANGELES — The public is invited to a memorial service from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. today at

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Detoured traffic meanders across the Burlington Boulevard bridge over the Skagit TURN TO SKAGIT/A7 River, top, following the collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge.

the Captain Joseph House, 1108 S. Oak St. The service will honor military men and women who have died while serving their nation. There will be a special tribute to three Green Beret soldiers — Capt. Joseph Schultz, Sgt. 1st Class Marty Apolinar and Staff Sgt. Aaron Blasjo — who were killed in action in Afghanistan

nearly two years ago. Following the ceremony, Port Angeles Mayor Cherie Kidd will participate in a groundbreaking ceremony for the upcoming remodeling of the Captain Joseph House. The Captain Joseph House Foundation is a nonprofit charity formed to provide support to families of fallen service members. TURN

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Star accused of bong toss out window ACTRESS AMANDA BYNES appeared disheveled in a long blond wig and sweats Friday in a New York criminal court where she was charged with reckless endangerment after police said she heaved a marijuana bong out of her Manhattan apartment building. The 27-year-old former child star was arrested Thursday evening, after building officials at her mid- Bynes town apartment called police to complain she was rolling a joint and smoking pot in

out tonight, decided upon by a jury headed by Steven Spielberg. And while this year’s festival has boasted a cinematic feast, no single film is believed to have clearly set itself apart from the pack. At least half a dozen films seem to have a realistic chance of winning Cannes’ top prize, including the Coen brothers’ 1960s folk tale “Inside Llewyn Davis,” Paolo Sorrentino’s rollicking Roman party “The Great Beauty,” Asghar Farhadi’s domestic drama “The Past,” James Gray’s 1920s Ellis Island melodrama Palme d’Or tossup “The Immigrant” and After two weeks, 20 films Abdellatif Kechiche’s lesbian coming-of-age tale and parade after parade “Blue is the Warmest Color.” down the red carpet, the Steven Soderbergh’s Cannes Film Festival has Liberace melodrama not produced a clear-cut “Behind the Candelabra,” frontrunner for the Palme starring Michael Douglas, d’Or. will air on HBO at 8 tonight The prestigious award, after the Cannes closing cergiven to the best film in competition, will be handed emony.

the lobby. The officers went to her apartment on the 36th floor, where they said they saw heavy smoke and a bong sitting on the kitchen counter. They said she tossed the bong out the window in front of them, prosecutors said. She then said to police: “It was just a vase,” according to Manhattan assistant district attorney Chikaelo Ibeabuchi. The judge released her on her own recognizance and gave her a July 9 court date.

Passings By The Associated Press

FLYNN ROBINSON, 72, who was on the 19711972 Lakers team that won Los Angeles its first NBA title, has died. The Los Angeles Times reported that Mr. Robinson died Thursday at an L.A. hospital from cancer. The reserve guard was dubbed “Mr. Instant Point” by Lakers announcer Chick Hearn. He averaged nearly 10 points in 16 minutes off the bench during the season. Mr. Robinson averaged 14 points per game during his professional career. He was an All-Star with the Milwaukee Bucks during the 1969-1970 season and during his eight years in the NBA also played for the Cincinnati Royals, Chicago Bulls and Baltimore Bullets. His final season was 1973-1974, playing for the San Diego Conquistadors of the defunct American Basketball Association.

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The Washington Post reported that he died at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Mr. Johnson Md. In a statement to the Post newsroom, Managing Editor Kevin Merida said Mr. Johnson died of a heart attack. Mr. Johnson was awarded a Pulitzer in 1966 for national reporting on the civil rights struggle in Selma, Ala., while with the Washington Evening Star. He spent about 12 years at the Star before joining its chief rival, The Washington Post, in 1969. Mr. Johnson was a columnist for the Post from 1977 to 1994.

_________ DICK EVEY, 72, a tackle who played most of his eight seasons in the NFL with the Chicago

Bears, has died. Smith Funeral & Cremation Service in Maryville, Tenn., said Mr. Evey he died in 1970 Thursday at the Ben Atchley State Veterans Home in Knoxville, Tenn., after a long illness. Mr. Evey played from 1964-1969 with the Bears, who selected him out of Tennessee in the first round of the 1964 draft.

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■ CAMPING FEES IN Olympic National Park range from $10 at most campgrounds to $18 at Kalaloch. The wrong starting fee was given in an article Friday on Page B10. Also, reservations at the Kalaloch campground are now being taken for the period of June 20 to Sept. 3. Until then, campsites are available on a firstcome, first-served basis.

SINCE PRESIDENT OBAMA took office, the Democratic Party has lost nine governorships, 56 members of Congress and two Senate seats. _________ In his defense, Obama The Peninsula Daily News strives at all times for accuracy and fairsaid, “Well, I did promise ness in articles, headlines and photographs. To correct an error or to change.” clarify a news story, phone Executive Editor Rex Wilson at 360-417Conan O’Brien 3530 or email rex.wilson@peninsuladailynews.com.

HAYNES JOHNSON, 81, a pioneering WashingPeninsula Lookback ton journalist who won a From the pages of the PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the civil rights move- 1938 (75 years ago) attacks everybody.” ments and migrated from Martin wants the Gov. Clarence Martin newspapers to television, boundaries of the proposed was accused by the secrebooks and teaching, died national park reduced to tary of interior in a radio Friday. broadcast of “misrepresen- preserve the availability of tation” that made it appear lands for timber and minSeen Around that President Franklin D. ing. Peninsula snapshots Roosevelt gave an implied 1963 (50 years ago) promise to abandon his A MARROWSTONE wish for a large Olympic The Ted Butcher Pole ISLAND resident, visiting National Park. Yard in Sequim has shut Chicago, strolls down her Interior Secretary Hardown, and all equipment 19th-floor hotel corridor old L. Ickes, in an address has been moved to Copalis and surprisingly bumps delivered from Seattle and Beach in Grays Harbor into an acquaintance Spokane radio stations, County. exiting a nearby room — Darle Whitney, yard also from Marrowstone . . . said he’s clearing up “misapprehensions” based on manager, said one of the WANTED! “Seen Around” reasons for closing the yard the governor’s recent visit items. Send them to PDN News are the continuing comto the nation’s capital. Desk, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles plaints of neighbors who Martin, while attending WA 98362; fax 360-417-3521; or object to the smoke and a banquet in Seattle, email news@peninsuladailynews. com. noise. replied: “Oh, Ickes. He

Most of the cedar logs bought for the yard — which made them into utility poles — were bought in Jefferson and Clallam counties, Whitney said.

1988 (25 years ago) The disagreement between Sequim City Hall and the North Olympic Library continues, with the city saying the library cannot cut services and the library believing it can. City Attorney Ken Williams told the City Council that the library system cannot make service cuts that affect only residents of Sequim. But Library Board

member Bob Norris, who represents the East End, and system Director Jo Davies questioned that opinion. The situation began in December when the city decided to cancel its annual $58,752 contract with the library system, saying it could afford to pay only $30,000. In February, voters overwhelmingly approved annexing the city library to the Clallam County-wide library district. Still, the library is short the additional $28,752 that the city contract would have paid.

Looking Back From the files of The Associated Press

TODAY IS SUNDAY, May 26, the 146th day of 2013. There are 219 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: ■ On May 26, 1913, Actors’ Equity Association was organized by a group of actors at the Pabst Grand Circle Hotel in New York; the union’s first president was Francis Wilson. On this date: ■ In 1521, Martin Luther was banned by the Edict of Worms because of his religious beliefs and writings. ■ In 1868, the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson ended with his acquittal on the remaining charges. ■ In 1938, the House Un-Amer-

ican Activities Committee was established by Congress. ■ In 1941, the American Flag House, where Betsy Ross once lived, was donated to the city of Philadelphia. ■ In 1942, the Tule Lake Segregation Center for Japanese-American wartime internees opened in Northern California. ■ In 1952, representatives of the United States, Britain, France and West Germany signed the Bonn Convention granting conditional sovereignty to, and ending the Allied occupation of, West Germany. ■ In 1960, U.N. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge accused the Soviets of hiding a microphone inside a wood carving of the Great

Seal of the United States that had been presented to the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. ■ In 1969, the Apollo 10 astronauts returned to Earth after a successful eight-day dress rehearsal for the first manned moon landing. ■ In 1972, President Richard M. Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev signed the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in Moscow. The U.S. withdrew from the treaty in 2002. ■ In 1981, 14 people were killed when a Marine jet crashed onto the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz off Florida. ■ In 1998, the U.S. Supreme Court made it far more difficult for police to be sued by people hurt during high-speed chases.

■ Ten years ago: Angering hard-liners, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon declared in a speech to his Likud Party that he was determined to reach a peace deal and end 36 years of rule over the Palestinians. ■ Five years ago: Chinese officials said they would waive their one-child policy for families with a child who was killed, severely injured or disabled in the country’s devastating earthquake. ■ One year ago: Gruesome video showed rows of dead Syrian children lying in a mosque in Houla, haunting images of what activists called one of the deadliest regime attacks yet in Syria’s 14-month-old uprising.


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A3 Briefly: Nation where the small plane crashed in Ephratah, about an hour west of Albany, Fulton County Sheriff Thomas Lorey said. The bulk of the plane was found submerged in a pond, he said. Angel Flight is a nonprofit CHAFFEE, Mo. — A highway group that arranges free air overpass in southeast Missouri transportation for sick patients collapsed early Saturday when from volunteer pilots. rail cars slammed into one of Larry Camerlin, president the bridge’s pillars after a and founder of Angel Flight freight train collision, authoriNortheast, said the organization ties said. was “tremendously saddened” by Seven people were injured, news of the crash. though none seriously. The twin-engine Piper PA 34 The bridge collapsed after a had departed from Hanscom Union Pacific train hit the side Field in Bedford, Mass., and was of a Burlington Northern Santa headed to Rome, N.Y., before it Fe train at a rail intersection. crashed just after 5 p.m., FedDerailed rail cars then hit eral Aviation Administration columns supporting the Highspokeswoman Kathleen Bergen way M overpass, causing it to said. buckle and partially collapse. Only two vehicles were on News show lineups the overpass at the time. WASHINGTON — Guest lineups for The National Transportation today’s TV news shows: Safety Board launched an inves■ ABC’s “This Week” — Sen. Rand tigation into the cause of the Paul, R-Ky.; Reps. Peter King, R-N.Y., freight train collision, which and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla.; retired Gen. John Allen, former comhappened about 2:30 a.m. near mander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Chaffee, a town of about 3,000 ■ NBC’s southwest of Cape Girardeau. “Meet the Press” The overpass was about 15 — Pre-empted by years old and in good condition Monaco Grand Prix. but just couldn’t withstand the ■ CBS’s impact from the rail cars, a local “Face the official said.

Highway bridge fails after train car hits pillar

Angel Flight search EPHRATAH, N.Y. — Divers searched a large pond while investigators combed nearby woods Saturday for any sign of the pilot of a volunteer Angel Flight that crashed in upstate New York, killing two passengers. The plane’s passengers were found dead Friday night near

Nation” — Gov. Mary Fallin, R-Okla.; Sens. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., and Fallin Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. ■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Fallin; Reps. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and Michael Grimm, R-N.Y.; Mayor Melodee Colbert-Kean of Joplin, Mo. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.; former Sen. Bob Dole, R-Kan.

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Atlanta VA hospital deaths scrutinized Congressman: System is ripe for reforms THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ATLANTA — One patient with a history of substance abuse and suicidal thoughts was left alone in a waiting room at the Atlanta VA Medical Center, where he obtained drugs from a hospital visitor and later died of an overdose. Another patient wandered the 26-acre campus for hours, picking up his prescriptions from an outpatient pharmacy. The cases at the Atlanta VA Medical Center are the latest in a string of problems at Veterans Affairs facilities nationwide, prompting outrage and congressional scrutiny of what, with nearly 300,000 employees, is the largest integrated health care

system in the country. “It’s not just Atlanta. There are issues throughout the United States,” said Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., chair of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, who noted there are many hard-working employees within the VA but feels legislation is needed to reform operations nationwide. In recent years, there have been inquiries into the Pittsburgh VA system after five people died of Legionnaire’s disease and the Buffalo, N.Y., VA hospital, where at least 18 veterans tested positive for hepatitis.

Need keeps growing Meanwhile, the need continues to grow: An estimated 13 percent to 20 percent of the 2.6 million service members deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan have symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. In fiscal year 2011, the VA served nearly 6.1 million patients at its 152 medical centers. At the Atlanta VA Medical

Center, two reports issued in midApril by the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Office of Inspector General detailed allegations of mismanagement and poor patient care linked to three deaths. The case of a fourth veteran, who came to the Atla was a turning point for Miller: A man in a wheelchair came to the Atlanta VA emergency room complaining of hearing voices but was not admitted and later found dead of an apparent suicide in a locked hospital bathroom. Officials at the Atlanta VA Medical Center, which serves sone 87,000 veterans, said they had taken steps to address the issues cited in the reports,. The interim director has been replaced, and a former deputy assistant secretary, Leslie B. Wiggins, has been brought in. “One of my primary goals is to ensure Atlanta has an environment that fosters physical and psychological safety,” Wiggins said at a May 20 news conference.

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Briefly: World Police in U.K. question friend of alleged killer LONDON — Counterterrorism police Saturday questioned a friend of alleged Islamic extremist Michael Adebolajo, one of two suspects in a savage killing of a British soldier on a London street. The friend, Abu Nusaybah, was arrested immediately after he gave a BBC Television interview Friday describing how Adebolajo Rigby may have become radicalized in Kenya and alleging that Britain’s security services tried to recruit him six months ago. Police said Nusaybah was wanted on suspicion of involvement in acts of terrorism. Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22, are suspected of killing soldier Lee Rigby by hacking his body with knives and a meat cleaver before dozens of passersby Wednesday. As the scene was captured on cellphones, a video has emerged showing one of the two suspects making political statements. Police shot both men, who remain under armed guard at two London hospitals.

French soldier stabbed PARIS — A French soldier was stabbed in the throat in a busy commercial district outside Paris on Saturday, and France’s president said authorities are investigating possible links with Wednesday’s meat-cleaver slaying of British soldier Lee Rigby on a London street. President Francois Hollande said the identity of the attacker was unknown and cautioned against jumping to conclusions about the assault on the uniformed soldier in the La Defense shopping area. The life of the 23-year-old soldier was not in danger, the Interior Ministry said.

Suicide bomber dies KABUL, Afghanistan — A would-be suicide bomber died when his explosives-rigged vest went off prematurely in Afghanistan’s capital Saturday morning, police said. The apparent failed attack came a day after a major Taliban assault on an international compound in Kabul left 10 people dead including the six attackers. Another blast in the country’s east killed 12 people at a mosque during evening prayers late Friday. Authorities in Ghazni province say explosives transported by suspected Taliban fighters accidentally detonated while they were stopped at a mosque. The Associated Press

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Hundreds of runners who were unable to finish the Boston Marathon on April 15 because of the terrorist bombings, which killed three people and injured more than 260, cross the finish line on Boylston Street in Boston after the city allowed them to complete the last mile of the race Saturday.

Tornado-raked grads vow to stay THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OKLAHOMA CITY — Seven tornadoes have swept through their town since they were born, but as new graduates donned caps and gowns to say goodbye to their high schools Saturday, they vowed they wouldn’t say goodbye to Moore. “It’s our roots. Tornadoes are a part of life here,” said 18-year-old Brooke Potter, whose current college aspirations take her to two neighboring towns.

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Saturday’s graduations for Westmoore, Southmoore and Moore high schools are another step toward normalcy for this Oklahoma City suburb ravaged by an extremely strong tornado. Monday’s twister killed 24, including seven children at Plaza Towers Elementary School. “I want to end up back here,” Madison Dobbs, 18, said. “I’ve been here my whole life and can’t picture myself anywhere else.” The Storm Prediction Center in Norman says the Oklahoma

City area has been struck by more tornadoes than any other U.S. city. When the current graduating class was in second grade, Moore experienced an EF-4 tornado with winds approaching 200 mph. And three months before they started pre-kindergarten, a twister with the highest winds on record — 302 mph — sliced through their town. “Crazy storms happen, The goods outweigh the bads,” said Potter, who wants to attend Oklahoma City Community College.

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West: Wolf-managing deal reached by Oregon governor

Nation: N.J. monsignor resigns amid sex scandal

World: Rare, vintage Apple computer gets $668,000

World: Kerry on first trip to sub-Saharan Africa

CONSERVATION GROUPS ANDcattle ranchers have agreed to a landmark settlement in a lawsuit that has kept the state of Oregon from killing wolves that prey on livestock. The agreement announced Friday by the office of Gov. John Kitzhaber creates a new rule book for wolf management in Oregon that makes killing the ones that prey on cattle and sheep a last resort after nonlethal protections have been tried and livestock attacks have become chronic. It also gives ranchers greater authority to kill wolves that attack or chase their herds as long as certain conditions are met.

THE SECOND-HIGHEST OFFICIAL in the Archdiocese of Newark is stepping down in the wake of a sex scandal involving a former priest accused of violating an agreement with law enforcement barring him from working with children. Church officials say Monsignor John Doran resigned Friday as vicar general and will no longer hold a leadership position with the archdiocese. Doran signed the agreement the former priest had reached with prosecutors in 2007. The move is among changes the archdiocese says it’s implementing to protect children. They are noted in a letter from Archbishop John Myer.

AN AUCTIONEER SAID one of Apple’s first computers — a functioning 1976 model — has been sold for a record 516,000 euros ($668,000). German auction house Breker said Saturday an Asian client, who asked not to be named, bought the so-called Apple 1, which the tech company’s founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built in a family garage. Breker claims it is one of only six known remaining functioning models in the world. It said that the computer bears Wozniak’s signature. An old business transaction letter from the late Jobs also was included.

MAKING HIS FIRST official trip to sub-Saharan Africa, Secretary of State John Kerry in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Saturday demanded that Nigeria respect human rights as it cracks down on Islamist extremists and pledged to work to ease tensions between Sudan and South Sudan. Kerry, attending the African Union’s 50th anniversary, backed the Nigerian government’s efforts to root out Boko Haram, an al-Qaida-linked radical sect. But he said there is no excuse for abuses by armed forces in Nigeria’s long-neglected north, where President Goodluck Jonathan has declared emergency rule.


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Artist Clark Mundy dedicates his sculpture, “Kindred Spirits,� to originators Art Feiro and Will Wirt at the Arthur D. Feiro Marine Life Center in Port Angeles on Friday.

PA marine center’s founders feted with new monument BY DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Two of the builders are long gone — yet they’re not. Standing beneath a 13-foot Western red cedar tree adorned with copper sea life, friends and family shared memories of Will Wirt and Art Feiro. The occasion for this gathering Friday afternoon was “Kindred Spirits,� the cedar monument freshly installed at the Arthur D. Feiro Marine Life Center on City Pier. Port Angeles sculptor Clark Mundy created it “in memory of Art Feiro & Will Wirt, kindred spirits who shared a dream,� according to the copper plates affixed to

the trunk. “The amount of passion that still exists here is phenomenal,� said Mark Feiro, the late Art Feiro’s son. He remembers sitting on the pier with his dad back in the 1970s while Art Feiro dreamed out loud about building a marine life center there.

Fellow visionary Feiro found a fellow visionary in Wirt; the men were teachers at Peninsula College and close friends. They worked with a small army of volunteers, a state grant and local donations to open the Arthur D. Feiro Marine Laboratory, as it was first called, in November 1981. Since then, Mark Feiro

said, there have been many threats to the Feiro Marine Life Center’s survival. But each time, its local supporters have stepped up to keep it from going under, he said. “I am overwhelmed by this . . . our new tree,� said Feiro board member Betsy Wharton. “Kindred Spirits,� with its sculpted copper hands, fish, kelp, crustaceans and a shining sun at the top, highlights the connections across the natural world. Wharton read a passage from John Steinbeck’s Sea of Cortez: “It is advisable to look from the tide pool to the stars and then back to the tide pool again.� Art Feiro died in 1982, not long after the marine lab

opened. Wirt became director and served for many years before his death in 2008. As their twin grandsons, Dylan and Ethan Chiang, 9, sat on “Kindred Spirits’� benches, Wirt’s widow, Lillie Wirt, thanked Mundy and the Feiro’s supporters. Of the cedar, Lillie Wirt said: “It’s yours; it’s mine; it belongs to this wonderful community.� The Feiro Marine Life Center is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. To find out more, visit w w w. Fe i r o M a r i n e L i f e Center.org or phone 360-4176254.

________ Features Editor Diane Urbani de la Paz can be reached at 360452-2345, ext. 5062, or at diane. urbani@peninsuladailynews.com.

Antique mall owner gives guilty plea in stolen-property trafficking BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — The owner of the Port Angeles Antique Mall pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree trafficking in stolen property last week after being arrested

in February as part of a stolen-property sting operation. Michael Allen VanAusdle, owner of the antique mall at 109 W. First St., will serve 30 days of electronic home monitoring, starting no later than Tuesday, through Friendship Diversion Services, according

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dential informants working with a burglary task force comprising Clallam County sheriff’s deputies and Port Angeles and Sequim police officers. In an interview after his first appearance in Clallam County Superior Court, VanAusdle said he did not know he was getting involved in any stolen property and called the situation a misunderstanding. The sting, in which informants spoke with VanAusdle about buying stolen jewelry three separate times between Dec. 16 and Jan. 17, was part of a larger operation in which an undisclosed number of Port Angeles gold and silver buyers were approached about buying jewelry described as stolen. The jewelry used in the operation was paid for by the county and not actually stolen, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

_________ Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula dailynews.com.

PORT ANGELES — A convicted sex offender with a history of failing to register with the state will serve a little more than a year and a half in prison after cutting off his tracking bracelet and going on the lam for a month earlier this year. Philip C u r t i s Shelly, 52, pleaded guilty last week to one count of failing to register as a sex Shelly offender with a prior sex offense, his third failure-to-register guilty plea since 2010. Shelly, who lives in Port Angeles, has been sentenced to 20 months in prison and 36 months of community custody, according to documents filed in Clallam County Superior Court. Shelly also must pay $1,300 in court fees and penalties.

This most recent count of failing to register as a sex offender stems from Shelly cutting off his satellitetracking ankle bracelet, which he was required by law to wear, and dropping it into a downtown Port Angeles mailbox Feb. 2.

One month later Shelly was found a month later in Seattle by U.S. Marshals Service officers after the Port Angeles Police Department and Clallam County Sheriff’s Office requested help in finding him. Shelly, who had pleaded guilty to two separate failure-to-register charges in 2010 and 2012, pleaded guilty to first-degree rape of a 3-year-old child in Clallam County in 1998. Shelly was released from prison on the first-degreechild-rape charge in 2009 and was required to register as a sex offender.

________ Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula dailynews.com.

Tip leads to wanted man’s arrest in PA Second Street. “As the truck accelerated, the officer pushed himself off the corner of the vehicle,� Deputy Police Chief Brian Smith said in a statement. “The officer’s deliberate actions helped him avoid being struck and injured by the vehicle.� Police followed leads, served a search warrant and asked the U.S. Marshals Service’s Northwest Fugitive Task Force for assistance. An “officer safety alert� was placed in state and nationwide criminal databases, Smith said. Smith also praised Washington’s Most Wanted for helping get the word out about Backman and posting a description and multiple photos of him on the website at http://tinyurl.com/ JBackman. “It’s a great sort of success story all around,� Smith said.

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PORT ANGELES — Tips from Crime Stoppers led to the Friday arrest of a Port Angeles man who was wanted on a felony state corrections warrant and for investigation of first-degree assault of a police officer, Port Angeles police said. Jacob K. Backman, 35, was arrested as he attempted to elude officers on foot in the 1100 block of West 15th Street, city police said. Shortly before the 12:05 p.m. arrest, Crime Stoppers, which provides tips to law enforcement agencies nationwide, advised dispatchers that Backman was seen in a carport on the 1000 block of West 15th Street. Officer John Nutter and Sgt. Glen Roggenbuck spotted Backman trying to flee and put him in handcuffs. Another Crime Stoppers tip placing Backman in a Pine Street apartment complex was investigated about Wanted in Kitsap, too 45 minutes prior to the arrest. According to the Washington’s Most Wanted postSearch since May 13 ing, Backman also was wanted in Kitsap County Police had been search- for failing to report to his ing for Backman since May probation officer following 13, when he allegedly drove his release from prison on a a truck toward Officer robbery sentence. Bruce Fernie, who was North Olympic Crime investigating drug activity Stoppers, one of more than on the 300 block of East 1,700 Crime Stoppers chapters throughout the United States and 34 other countries, was formed in 1997. Anonymous tips can be placed at 800-222-TIPS. Crime Stoppers offers You can rely on us for: cash rewards of up to $1,000 for information leading to arrests in felony cases. r)JHIMZ1FSTPOBM “The Port Angeles Police 4FSWJDF Department greatly appreciates the assistance from r"2VBMJUZ'PDVTFE Crime Stoppers that led to *OWFTUNFOU the arrest of Jacob Backman,� Smith said. 1IJMPTPQIZ

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PORT TOWNSEND — The state ferry system is proposing to rebalance its ticket prices to accommodate more riders. With limited car deck space, it wants to start tilting fares in favor of walk-on passengers, for whom it has plenty of room, ferries’ planning director Ray Deardorf said during a presentation before the state Transportation Commission as it held a meeting in Port Townsend last week. Fares must be raised about 2.5 percent each year to reach a revenue target set in the Legislature’s biennial transportation budget. For 2013-2015, it’s $328 million, up from $309 million for the two-year period ending June 30. The ferry system, with Transportation Commission approval, can determine how those revenues are derived.

Higher percentage Deardorf presented higher-percentage fare hikes for vehicles than walk-ons passengers — 3 percent for cars and 2 percent for passengers beginning Oct. 1, followed by 2.5 percent and 2 percent, respectively, beginning May 1, 2014. The youth discount (ages 6 through 18) would be increased to 50 percent from 20 percent to benefit families and match the break given to seniors and disabled people. The ferry system justifies shifting more of the cost to vehicles not only to make fuller use of the boats but because the rates have been historically disproportion-

ate, it says. Presuming the ferry system was set up to move vehicles, it only costs 18 percent more to accommodate passengers, yet they provide 25 percent of revenue. In another space-related move, Deardorf proposed completing the last of three steps to a 30 percent discount for cars shorter than 14 feet. The smaller the vehicles, the more that can fit aboard. Full one-way fares during the nonpeak season on the three cross-sound routes would rise from $13.15 for standard car-and-driver to $13.55 Oct. 1 and to $13.90 May 1. For round-trip walk-on passengers, ticket prices would nudge from $7.70 to $7.85 to $8. All rates include the 25-cent capital surcharge dedicated to new boats. The differential between car-and-driver and walk-ons would increase by 25 cents.

Public comment Before Deardorf’s presentation, the Transportation Commission had adopted his proposals for public review and comment. The ferry system arrived at the proposal in consultation with the Ferry Advisory Committee-Tariff, created by the Legislature in 2010. “It’s the first step,� Deardorf said. “Future tariff proposals will define how much in the future to spread passenger and vehicle fares.� The public will have a chance to comment on the proposal in July, including at an adoption hearing July 29. New fares would take effect Oct. 1.

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Betsy Reed Schultz, founder of the Captain Joseph House Foundation, said a little more than $100,000 has been raised of the estimated $500,000 needed to renovate the home on Oak Street. Schultz intends to remodel her former bedand-breakfast inn to welcome families of military men and women who have died in action since Sept. 11, 2001. Schultz said the money raised so far will allow preliminary interior demolition work, such as removing cabinets, to begin once the necessary permits have been obtained from the city. For more information, phone Schultz at 360-4607848.

Honoring vets PORT ANGELES — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1024 will hold a Memorial Day service at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Mount Angeles Memorial Park cemetery, 45 Monroe Road. The brief ceremony will be held at the flagpole in Veterans Circle at the south end of the grounds. An honor guard from the Mount Olympus Detachment of the Marine Corps League will offer a 21-gun salute. Thomas McCurdy will play the bagpipes to close the ceremony. Mount Angeles Memorial Park and Sequim View cemeteries have staff members available over the Memorial Day weekend to help visitors locate graves. The hours for extra staffing are today from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Monday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. People also can pick up small U.S. flags at either location. Volunteers are needed to decorate Port Angeles cemeteries Monday. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1024 members and community volunteers will post flags along the driveways of either cemetery starting at 7 a.m. Volunteers are needed to help put up the flagpoles and take them down at 4:30 p.m. Anyone interested in volunteering should phone Dale Koelling, VFW Post 1024 treasurer, at 360-4775686.

Sequim Multiple ceremonies SEQUIM — American Legion Post 62 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4760 will hold a Memorial Day service at 11 a.m. Monday at Sequim View Cemetery, 1505 SequimDungeness Way. Following the service, members of both veterans organizations will conduct ceremonies at other area cemeteries. The VFW will be at Pioneer Park at 11:30 a.m., Blyn at noon and Gardiner at 12:30 p.m., said Bonnie Woeck, president of the post’s Ladies Auxiliary. The American Legion

will be at Jamestown Cemetery at 11:30 a.m., Dungeness Cemetery at noon and Blue Mountain Cemetery.

Gardiner Ceremony planned GARDINER — A Memorial Day ceremony is planned at 12:30 p.m. at Gardiner Community Cemetery on Cemetery Road. One-third of the graves in the ceremony are those of veterans, including that of Marvin G. Shields, the only Navy Seabee to receive the Medal of Honor. The Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars will host the ceremony. A flag will be displayed at each veteran’s gravesite.

Forks Scout-led program FORKS — Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Camp Fire members will hold a Memorial Day program Monday at Forks City Hall, 500 E. Division St. Scouts will lay a wreath at the City Hall monument honoring Forks-area service members who died in service to their country. They also plan to lead a sing-along of patriotic songs and read a portion of Gen. John A. Logan’s General Order No. 11, which led to the establishment of Memorial Day in 1868. Scouts and members of the public will close the program by walking to the Forks Transit Center, 551 S. Forks Ave., and lowering the U.S. flag to half-staff.

Port Townsend Services and concert PORT TOWNSEND — Ceremonies are planned at several cemeteries the morning of Memorial Day and will culminate in a noon program at American Legion Marvin Shields Memorial Post 26. Ceremonies will begin at 10 a.m. at Fort Worden

with a banner proclaiming “Thank You Veterans.� The flags will remain at half-staff until noon, and then be hoisted to full staff until sunset. Jevne has arranged simiPENINSULA DAILY NEWS lar tributes in previous years, Military Cemetery and but he said then move to St. Mary’s this year will be something Catholic Cemetery at 11 special. a.m. and Laurel Grove “I think I’ve got one of Cemetery at 11:30 a.m. the best yard displays anyAt the American Legion where,� he said. Hall at 209 Monroe St., the Memorial Day commemo- Brinnon ration will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a 30-minute per- Cemetery rites formance by the Port BRINNON — The pubTownsend Summer Band. lic — and especially veterThe band is directed by ans, members of the miliretired Navy Senior Chief tary and their families — Musician Karl Bach. are invited to Veterans of Services will start at noon with the advance of Foreign Wars Post 10706’s the colors, the Pledge of Memorial Day ceremonies Allegiance and the national at the Brinnon Cemetery on Church Road at 11 a.m. anthem. Retired Coast Guard Monday. Music will be provided Capt. Jeffrey D. Hartman of Port Townsend will be by Kendra Haninnen. For more information, the keynote speaker. A buffet luncheon will phone John or Dalila Dowd be served by the Post Aux- at 360-796-4001. iliary following the ceremoChimacum nies. Hartman specialized in VFW ceremony emergency response and readiness planning during CHIMACUM — A his 30-year Coast Guard Memorial Day ceremony is career, recording 6,000 planned at 3 p.m. at Greenflight-hours as a search- wood Cemetery. and-rescue helicopter pilot. The ceremony will be hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars District 14, Port Ludlow which includes eight VFW Port Ludlow display posts and five auxiliaries PORT LUDLOW — on the North Olympic PenLaMoyne Jevne has orga- insula. Chimacum Boy Scouts nized a Memorial Day flag display at his home at 1473 also will participate. After the ceremony, a Thorndyke Road. On Monday, passers-by reception is planned at the will see six military flags VFW Post 7498 Hall at 221 — one for each of the five Masonic Hall Road in Port military branches plus the Hadlock. The public is invited to U.S. Merchant Marine — lined up across his front attend. For more information, yard. A U.S. flag will fly at phone Dick Wiltse at 360each end of the display, 385-0479.

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Bids to open for bridge replacement BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ

bridges, the city maintains smaller spans along Tumwater Street just northwest of Tumwater Truck Route and one along Marine Drive as it approaches the Nippon Paper Industries USA plant, Cutler said. No construction work on the Tumwater Street bridge is expected in the near future, Cutler said, though the approaches of the Marine Drive bridge are slated to be replaced in 2019.

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PORT ANGELES — City public works staffers expect to open construction bids June 4 on a project to replace the aging slant-legged concrete bridge that carries East Lauridsen Boulevard over Peabody Creek. The 44-year-old bridge is considered structurally deficient and functionally obsolete, which means it fails to meet current bridge standards to such a degree that the city is required to replace it, city Public Works Director Glenn Cutler said Friday. “But it doesn’t mean we need to shunt traffic off it,� Cutler said, which city public works staff had to do for the old trestle-like Eighth Street bridges, replaced in 2008. The new Lauridsen bridge, expected to cost $5.8 million at the top end of bids to be opened next week, will be similar in look and construction to the Eighth Street bridges, which use long concrete girders to span Tumwater and Valley creeks. Cutler said he expects construction to start in late summer or fall and last about six months. The city will pay 20 percent, or roughly $1.2 million, of the total cost, with federal bridge-replacement funds

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A truck makes its way across the Lauridsen Boulevard bridge over Peabody Creek in Port Angeles in March. Bids are expected June 4 to replace the 44-year-old structure. obtained through the state Department of Transportation covering the remaining 80 percent, or approximately $4.6 million. City Council members also approved earlier this month a contract with Olympia-based Exceltech Consulting Inc. in an

amount not to exceed $463,522 or 12 percent of the construction bid award, whichever is less, for construction management of the project. The 12 percent provision, which ultimately must be agreed upon by Exceltech, came after Deputy Mayor

Brad Collins expressed concern that the construction management costs would be too large of a percentage of the estimated construction cost. Cutler said neither the current nor new Lauridsen bridge is built like the steel truss bridge that carried

The city’s bridges are inspected every two years, Cutler added. The new Lauridsen bridge will feature a driving surface 18 feet wider than the existing one and will include an eastbound center turn lane, two 12-foot-wide vehicle lanes and two 5-footwide bike lanes. The traffic signal at the intersection of Race Street and Lauridsen Boulevard, just east of the bridge, also will be replaced as part of the project. In addition, the surface of Race Street will be ground down at the intersection to match the bridge approaches, Cutler said.

Interstate 5 traffic over the Skagit River in Skagit County until it collapsed Thursday evening. None of the five road ________ bridges the city maintains is of steel-truss construction, Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can Cutler said. be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. In addition to the Laurid- 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula sen and Eighth Street dailynews.com.

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The three Clallam County commissioners Tuesday will consider an agreement with a private property owner to purchase a 0.07-acre chunk of land to widen Old Olympic Highway between Gunn Road and the McDonald Creek bridge. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. in the commissioners’ boardroom (160) at the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles. Other agenda items include: ■A resolution reappointing John Beitzel and Dr. Jeanette Stehr-Green to the county Board of Health. ■ A resolution adopting amendments to a county policy. ■ A bid opening for the painting of the merchants’ barn at the Clallam County Fairgrounds. ■ A contract amendment with the state Department of Health adding a statement of work and funding.

Memorial Day holiday. The meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. at the port administraImprovement Program and tive offices, 338 W. First St., the Capital Facilities Plan for Port Angeles. Commissioners also will 2013-2019. consider accepting the contract for demolition of the Sequim City Council Peninsula Plywood mill site The Sequim City Council at 439 Marine Drive. will hold a public hearing Tuesday on a commissioned Forks City Council study that suggests 4 percent Forks City Council memannual increases to the city’s bers will consider whether to water and sewer rates for rebuild the Rainforest Art each of the next four years. Center at their regular meetThe City Council meeting ing Tuesday rather than begins at 5 p.m. in the Sequim Transit Center, 190 W. Cedar Monday because of the Memorial Day holiday. St. The meeting is at 7:30 A study session on new p.m. in council chambers at standards to limit garage sizes will begin the meeting. City Hall, 500 E. Division St. Council members will conThe council also will dissider whether to accept the cuss its jail contract with the cash value of the insurance city of Forks and “sensible payment for the former Odd sustainability� standards for Fellows hall and not rebuild the new City Hall/police stathe structure, which was tion project. destroyed by fire last year, or to accept the replacement and Port of Port Angeles code compliance value, and Port of Port Angeles com- proceed with rebuilding. Council members also will missioners will consider an agreed order with the state consider renewing the lease Department of Ecology for for West End Thunder, which cleanup of western Port Ange- sponsors drag races at Forks les Harbor when the commis- Municipal Airport. A public comment period sion meets for its regular meeting Tuesday — rather is at the beginning of the than Monday because of the meeting.

Eye on Clallam ■Recognition of John Pease, Dungeness park manager, who is retiring after more than 25 years of county service. Monday’s work session was moved to 9 a.m. Tuesday because of Memorial Day.

Public utility district The Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners’ meeting for Monday has been canceled for Memorial Day.

Public hearing The Port Angeles City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday at 5 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 321 E. Fifth St., to conduct a work session on longrange financial planning. No action is expected. The council will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. June 4 at City Hall to review the six-year Transportation

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The Skagit River Bridge collapse is quickly gaining its position in Washington state’s bridge folklore. Traffic snafu aside, it pales in comparison to some others — including two on the North Olympic Peninsula. Starting with the two Peninsula failures — and not counting the most recent collapse near Mount Vernon — here are five memorable bridge “malfunctions� across Washington state:

Hood Canal Bridge, 1979 On Feb. 13, 1979, wind gusts of up to 120 mph sunk the Jefferson County end of the Hood Canal Bridge, which at that time was just 18 years old. According to HistoryLink.org, “On the day of the storm, southwest winds aligned exactly with the direction of the canal, and within this huge wind tunnel the bridge was the only resisting solid object. “Waves 10 to 15 feet high

crashed against the bridge for hours, until finally the western floating portion sank, leaving three-quarters of a mile of open water.� It took three years to rebridge the North Olympic Peninsula with Kitsap County and points west. Since then, the original eastern portion has been replaced, and the replacement west end has been widened.

bridge when a suspension cable snapped, quickly downing the supporting towers and sending the entire bridge into the Cowlitz.

Lake Washington Floating Bridge, 1990

Hoko River Bridge, 1947 On April 22, 1947, F.H. Jarnagin drove his loaded log truck over a rural, wooddecked, steel pony-trussed bridge spanning the Hoko River. The bridge, located 4 miles west of Sekiu, was posted with a load limit of 5 tons. Jarnagin’s truck weighed 40 tons, and it and the bridge collapsed into flames, according to HistoryLink. org. Jarnagin escaped unharmed, but he faced legal action from then-Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney D.E. Harper.

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The wrecked log truck of F.H. Jarnagin lies smouldering amid the rubble of a steel-truss bridge over the Hoko River 4 miles west of Sekiu after the span collapsed beneath the overweight truck in 1947. The bridge was built in people, making it the dead1931. liest bridge collapse in state history. Allen Street Bridge, According to HistoryLink.org, “because of the 1923 large number of transients Built entirely of wood in working in the area, an 1906, the Allen Street exact figure will never be Bridge in Kelso fell into the known.� Cowlitz River on Jan. 3, Witnesses reported that 1923. there were between 100 Authorities believe it and 150 people and as many took the lives of at least 35 as 20 vehicles crossing the

ets were left open, allowing water to enter.�

Tacoma Narrows Bridge, 1940 By far the most memorable bridge failure in state history is the collapse of the first Tacoma Narrows Bridge on Nov. 7, 1940. High winds downed the four-month-old bridge connecting Tacoma and Gig Harbor, which was already known to sway wildly in the right weather conditions. The collapse came just four months after the bridge was dedicated, and earned the nickname “Galloping Gertie� for the way it rocked. Despite the fact that it’s now known the world over as a massive engineering failure, the collapse of the original Narrows Bridge claimed only one life — a dog named Tubby. The replacement opened in 1950 and was joined by a second suspension bridge — the one with the $4 toll — in 2007.

There’s a good chance you watched the demise of the Lake Washington Floating Bridge east of Seattle on TV. It was Nov. 25, 1990, the weekend after Thanksgiving, when a week of high winds and rains did in the he 50-year-old Lacey V. Murrow Bridge, as it was officially named. The bridge was undergoing a $35.6 million renovation, with workers for Traylor Bros., an Indiana-based construction firm, cutting holes into the hollow concrete pontoons as part of the repair work prior to the Thanksgiving break — holes that were not closed prior to the stormy weekend. As HistoryLink.org ________ notes, “It is later discovered that hatchways into the The newspaper Seattle Weekly concrete pontoon air pock- contributed to this report.

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Jefferson County Engineer Monte Reinders said if the Big Quilcene River bridge on U.S. Highway 101 south of Quilcene went down, it would cut off critical access to Hood Canal towns. “The thing about truss bridges is, every single member is critically important,� Reinders said. On the West End, the Quillayute Road span has had more than its share of truck mishaps. “That bridge has gotten hit a lot of times over the past 28 years that I’ve been here,� Tyler said, estimating bridge components have been replaced at least a halfdozen times during nearly three decades. The bridge once carried the Olympic Highway — U.S. 101 — over the Sol Duc River until it was moved piece by piece to its current location around the 1960s, he said. “It used to get hit regularly by high log-loads in the late ’80s, when hauling was really, really heavy,� Tyler said. Back then, there was a warning system on the bridge to warn of the 14-foot, 3-inch clearance.

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CONTINUED FROM A1 return traffic to the state’s every day. Late Saturday most important north-south morning, traffic was moving freely through the detours. “At the end of the day, it’s roadway. Inspectors are working “We’re expecting it to get about preventing an accito find out whether the dis- worse as the day prodent like this,� she said. Her team will spend a integration on Thursday of gresses,� Treece said, noting week to 10 days looking at the heavily used span over that at 11 a.m., the cloudy the bridge, talking to the the Skagit River was a skies and cool weather Canadian truck driver fluke or a sign of bigger could be keeping Memorial whose vehicle hit it, and problems. Day weekend travelers at examining maintenance “These things take time. home. documents and previous We want to make sure it’s State transportation offiaccident reports. done right, done thor- cials began working on both Other over-height vehi- oughly,� state Transporta- a temporary solution and a cles struck the Skagit River tion Department spokes- permanent fix within hours bridge before the collapse, man Bart Treece said. of the bridge collapse, he she noted. said. Investigators are using a Extra hour for detour The goal is to get I-5 high tech 3-D video camera open as quickly as possible, A trucker was hauling a while making sure the soluto review the scene and load of drilling equipment tion is as safe as possible, attempt to pinpoint where Thursday evening when his he added. the bridge failure began. Hersman does not expect load bumped against the the investigation to delay steel framework over the Pre-fabricated solution removal of debris from the bridge. Officials were looking for He looked in his rearriver or work on a temporary solution to replace or view mirror and saw the a temporary, pre-fabricated span collapse into the water bridge to replace the 160repair the I-5 span. foot section that failed, Gov. State and federal offi- behind him. Motorists should not Jay Inslee said Friday. cials can, and will, work That option could be in together on the investiga- expect to drive on I-5 between Mount Vernon and place in weeks. tion, she said. Otherwise, it could be Burlington for many weeks and possibly months, Treece months before a replaceSeeking safety issues ment can be built, the govsaid. They’ll be watching for Treece asked people to ernor said. safety issues that could plan for an extra hour to Inslee said it will cost affect other bridges. make their way through $15 million to repair the “The results can be very detours around the col- bridge. catastrophic,� Hersman lapsed bridge. The federal government said. “We’re very fortunate There are three detour has promised $1 million in in this situation.� options northbound and emergency funds and more State officials said Sat- two options southbound. money could come later, urday that it will take time About 71,000 vehicles according to Washington’s to find both short- and long- used that stretch of freeway congressional delegation. term fixes. While, the National Transportation and Safety Board finishes its inspection, state workers will begin removing debris from Introduces his collection of the river. Next, a temporary solution will be put in place to HANDBAGS

An 18-wheel truck clipped an overhead truss on the bridge Thursday evening, collapsing a section of the span and dropping vehicles and people into the chilly river about 50 feet below. “If they get hit in the same place as the Skagit River bridge got hit, they are likely going down,� County Engineer Ross Tyler said of Clallam’s bridges. “It’s very critical for people who are hauling really tall loads to be aware of how high that is,� he added.

responders and West End residents would not be cut off from the inner Peninsula. “There is an alternate route for emergency vehicles for any bridge that would MONTE REINDERS collapse,� he said. “The detours around Jefferson County engineer would be pretty circuitous,� Martin added. Martin said the interstate standard for truck Truck hits common clearance is 16 feet, 6 inches, It’s not uncommon for the more than 2 feet higher than the Quillayute Road state’s bridges to get hit by bridge. trucks, Transportation “Nowadays, they don’t spokeswoman Claudia Binghaul those big loads of logs ham Baker said. anymore, so it’s not logs “We do have bridge struccausing problems,� Tyler tures that get hit around the said. state, and it varies year by year,� she said. March mishap But there’s no guarantee a bridge won’t collapse if a A large truck clipped one of the bridge’s cross-pieces truck hits it a certain way. “We can give [residents] in March, Tyler said. The piece was replaced in the assurance that we regularly inspect our bridges and April. But it all depends on the we maintain them so they are functionally sound, so location of impact. “If it isn’t braced, it’s they are structurally sound,� going to bend — and one she said. “If we believe a bridge way or the other, the whole house of cards falls, and the has any kind of repair that’s dominoes just collapse it,� needed, we do that repair.� Said Keegan, TransporTyler said. tation’s regional engineer: “Any truss like this will “We do all we can do to collapse. “It just so happens that keep them well-maintained, our Sol Duc River bridge [on and that’s about the limit of Quillayute Road] was what we can do.� ________ always hit in a member that is a bracing member.� Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb Martin said if any of the can be reached at 360-452-2345, bridges on Highway 101 was ext. 5060, or at paul.gottlieb@ disabled, emergency peninsuladailynews.com.

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Port official recovers after collapse BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Jim Hallett, a former Port Angeles mayor and current president of the three-member Port of Port Angeles board of commissioners, is maintaining his sense of humor while recovering from a fall in which he broke his nose. “You could say my nose is out of joint,� quipped Hallett, 57. “My nose hurts; my neck hurts; my arms and neck hurt. “Your head is not meant

to be a shock absorber.� Hallett received a half-dozen stitches at Olympic M e d i c a l Hallett Center early Monday morning after being sick with a 102-degree temperature and fainting while standing in the bathroom, he said Thursday. “I don’t remember falling,� he said. Hallett, who weighs about 175 pounds, “must

have made quite a noise� when he collapsed, he said. “My wife [Joanne] was quite concerned, and I remember hearing her voice and thinking, ‘I wonder why she’s talking to me.’ “I thought I was supposed to be asleep, and I was on the floor. “Blood was pooling on the floor, and my head hurt like crazy.�

Terrifying situation Had their roles been reversed, Hallett would have been terrified, he said. “She realized it was

something that she needed help with,� he said. “I heard her dialing the phone and talking on the other end.� Clallam County Fire District No. 2 emergency personnel arrived, and Hallett was transported to the hospital emergency room. There, he spent almost eight hours getting treated, stitched and tested, with his neck in a brace part of the time. Medical personnel discovered a slight fracture in Hallett’s neck that could have been from a previous

2011 president of the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce, was on the Port Angeles City Council from 1986 through 1993 and was elected as a port commissioner in 2011. A registered investment adviser, he owns Hallett & Associates in Port Angeles. Hallett turns 58 today. No blood clot “This will be my birthTests ruled out a blood day present to myself,� he said. clot, he added. ________ But the effects of the fall will be obvious. Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb “I’m developing raccoon can be reached at 360-452-2345, eyes as we speak,� he said. ext. 5060, or at paul.gottlieb@ Hallett, the 2010 and peninsuladailynews.com. injury, he said. “Imagine standing straight, facing forward, and I went forward and had nothing to break my fall,� he said. “Thankfully, I have a big nose. “It broke my fall, and it messed up my nose.�

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Tickets on tap for Taste of PT event BY CHARLIE BERMANT PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND — While there is no defined “Port Townsend cuisine,” the Taste of Port Townsend offers a chance for people to sample the town’s libations with variations of everything from soup to nuts. “This is a great way to rediscover your favorite restaurant and find some new ones,” said Main Street Executive Director Mari Mullen. “Restaurants find that their foot traffic picks up after the Taste, and they get new customers.” The 23rd annual Taste of Port Townsend takes place from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. June 13. Ticket-holders can visit each restaurant to get samples of its specialties, which are often new items that aren’t yet on the menu.

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Main Street fundraiser The event is a fundraiser for Main Street, with ticket proceeds going toward the program that supports downtown businesses. Restaurants don’t pay to be included, though they must foot the bill for the food served. All but three of this year’s stops are downtown; there will be no uptown sites. Mullen suggested that attendees either start or end at Manresa Castle and The Cup, both located on Castle Hill south of town. The Food Co-op at 414 Kearney St. is located in between the two end points. Four of this year’s participating restaurants — the Cellar Door, Addie Mae’s Southern Kitchen, the Brickhouse Bistro and Doc’s Marina Grill — have opened recently, while The Cup and Water Street Creperie are participating for the first time. Additionally, the Manresa Castle Restaurant and Lounge has changed management. Returning are the Food Co-op, The Belmont Restaurant, Perfect Dreams Cupcakes, Silverwater Cafe,

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Budget talks moving at ‘glacial pace’ BY MIKE BAKER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OLYMPIA — Staffers in the state’s financial management agency have been conducting legal and historical research to determine what would happen if lawmakers fail to pass a new budget before the start of the fiscal year on July 1. David Schumacher, the budget director under Gov. Jay Inslee, said the work is being done in order to keep officials prepared and insisted that it’s not a sign that budget negotiations are at an impasse. Still, Senate Minority Leader Ed Murray called the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pace of negotiations “glacial.� “I think the worst-case The morning sunrise hits fresh snow on Mount St. Helens. Tourists from around the world visit as scenario is we find ourselves well as global research teams, hoping to learn from the wealth of information the site continues on June 30 without a budget to provide. and we go into territory we’ve never been into before,� he said. Schumacher said he’s still hopeful that negotiators will begin coming closer together soon as they start swapping revised budget plans. The House and Senate budgets have a $1 billion chasm between them, with Among foreign visitors, .S. Forest Service House Democrats seeking most hailed from Canada or new revenue by extending Germany, according to officials who taxes and eliminating tax the study. manage the breaks. Other nations repreSchumacher said typical sented on the list were Aus- monument have when a massive eruption BY ERIC FLORIP negotiations in Olympia tria, the Netherlands, the adapted: Audio THE COLUMBIAN decapitated Mount St. Helwould find a solution someUnited Kingdom and China. ens, forever altering one of where in the middle of that Plenty of visitors are recordings that CASTLE ROCK, Cowlitz the Northwest’s landmarks. gap. also foreign-born American supplement the County — When visitors The catastrophic event “You kind of split the difflock to Mount St. Helens killed 57 people, flattened citizens, Frenzen said. exhibits at Johnston ference,� Schumacher said. The languages offered in this year, it’s a good bet that miles of forests and darkThat’s not a message exhibit materials at John- Ridge Observatory are plenty of them won’t be ened skies as ash billowed received as well on the Senspeaking English as their ston Ridge include Spanish, available in seven from the volcano’s crater. ate side. first language. French, Mandarin Chinese, For Northwest residents, different languages. A coalition comprised of Thirty-three years after Russian, German and Japatwo Democrats and all of the the eruption that still the eruption remains a nese, he said. defines the mountain and “where were you when . . .� zone continues to inform chamber’s Republicans have the terrain surrounding it, moment. New website researchers at home and opposed taxes and balked at Congress established the the breadth of taxes proMount St. Helens is much The Forest Service also abroad. more than a regional draw. 110,000-acre national vol“It’s an amazing labora- posed by the House. unveiled a new outreach In 2011 alone, people canic monument in 1982. tory for us,� said Tom PierVisitor centers at Cold- tool in the form of a website came from at least 20 differson, a research hydrologist B&O tax ent countries to see the vol- water Ridge and Johnston launched this month in with the Cascades Volcano Senate Majority Leader cano up close, according to a Ridge opened in the 1990s. partnership with the non- Observatory in Vancouver, Rodney Tom, D-Medina, sug(Coldwater later closed profit Mount St. Helens demographic study released Wash. gested that House Demoand has since been repur- Institute. last year. Johnston Ridge Obser- crats first scrap their plans posed as the Mount St. HelThe site compiles a Foreign visitors vatory is about 50 miles to extend the business and accounted for nearly 12 per- ens Science and Learning detailed history of the vol- east of Castle Rock at the occupation tax that comCenter.) cano and never-before-pubcent of people surveyed at prises roughly half of the lished photos from scien- end of state Highway 504. the Mount St. Helens A kickoff event there House revenue proposal. Foreign researchers tists’ own collections, FrenNational Volcanic Monuushered in the start of the Tom said the two sides zen said. ment, according to the More than just tourists visitor season earlier this could then be much closer. Part of the goal is to study. cross international borders make the materials — month. “Right now, the problem to see the most active vol- including several videos Been there, done that? is the gap is so big,� Tom Adaptation cano in the Cascades, Fren- and interactive features — Even for people who call said. Washington state home, a “If the B&O comes off the U.S. Forest Service offi- zen said. accessible to classrooms Foreign teams often anywhere, he said. return trip still might be table, I think we’re much cials who manage the moncome for research purposes, worthwhile, Frenzen said. more likely to see where peoument have adapted. “If you’ve been to Mount ple can go, ok, we can find a Audio recordings that hoping to learn from the Quiet for now St. Helens years ago, it’s a way home.� supplement the exhibits at wealth of information the Though still considered different Mount St. Helens,� Lawmakers generally Johnston Ridge Observa- site continues to provide. The benefit goes both active, Mount St. Helens he said. project that they won’t have tory are available in seven ways, Frenzen said. “The amount of return- a budget done by the end of slumbers in relative trandifferent languages. ing animal life and plant May — but are striving to “I think those kind of quility these days. “No matter where people Its last eruptive phase life — each year, it’s more complete one by the end of are from, we try to meet exchanges between scienthe special session June 11. their needs,� said monu- tists and emergency man- occurred between 2004 and and more. “I really do see someAt times in the past, the ment scientist Peter Fren- agers are quite important, 2008. and they’re very rewardBut the evolving land- thing different every time I Legislature has continued zen. scape around the 1980 blast go out there.� working on the budget until It was May 18, 1980, ing,� Frenzen said.

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“I think the worst-case scenario is we find ourselves on June 30 without a budget and we go into territory we’ve never been into before.� ED MURRAY Senate minority leader late June. This year, lawmakers blew past their regular working time that ended in April, largely due to philosophical differences about how to deal with revenue. Lawmakers face a $1.2 billion budget shortfall for the two-year cycle that ends in the middle of 2015. That doesn’t count for other money lawmakers are seeking for education in response to a court-ordered requirement that the state isn’t fulfilling its obligations there. Meanwhile, both sides are also pushing other priorities that may complicate the process. Inslee is pushing for a transportation revenue package that could further raise taxes to pay for major projects. Senate leaders are pushing a list of 33 bills they’d like to be part of budget talks, including changes to state retirement plans and an overhaul of state spending on environmental cleanup. Lawmakers do face a June 1 statutory deadline to finish the budget, though they have blown past that date at times in the past. Already, the state treasurer’s office has delayed a scheduled June bond sale because of the lack of a budget. “We’re not going to go in front of credit rating agencies and investors when we don’t have a budget,� said the treasurer’s spokesman Chris McGann. “In order for them to assess the strength of our finances, they need to know what our plan is.� McGann said the office also has lawyers looking at what would happen if the Legislature is still working at the end of June and how officials would handle bond payments and other things that come due. Schumacher said he doesn’t want to make a big deal about the research about what would happen at the end of the fiscal year because he doesn’t want to come across as threatening or political. “I’m trying to be helpful and positive and encouraging,� he said.

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says a minor earthquake shook northeast Clark County on Saturday morning. The 2.5 magnitude quake hit at about 9:40 a.m. three miles northeast of Battle Ground and 1.1

miles below the surface, the USGS said. The shaking was described as weak to light by residents who felt it.

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police she felt peer pressure to let her son smoke pot. Police found marijuana plants and some guns in the home and also arrested Braaten’s fiance. The Associated Press

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Family’s sawmill fails as logs dwindle BY JEFF BARNARD

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O’BRIEN, Ore. — Jennifer Phillippi’s grandparents started producing lumber in this corner of Oregon timber country in 1922, when a man could set up a mill, log the trees within range of a team of horses, and move the mill to a new stand when those trees ran out. In those days the forests were full, timber and work both plentiful. But now what was the last sawmill standing in Josephine County has hit the end of the line after yet another timber family had to give up hope the lands surrounding them could provide enough of the big pine logs they needed to stay afloat.

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Last days at helm Phillippi and her husband, Link, are spending their last days at the helm of Rough & Ready Lumber handing out severance checks and hugs to their 88 employees, many of them also the third generation in the mill. The sawmill shut down in mid-April and will ship the last finished lumber in June. “What they tell me is, one door closes and another door opens,� said Ron Hults, 50, who worked at the mill for 18 years operating the various machinery it takes to turn a rough log into a smooth piece of lumber. “I’m waiting for the open door.� So are many of the nearly 1 million who live in Oregon’s timber country. The region’s troubles have reached a tipping point since the expiration last year of federal subsidies that were sent to rural counties across America. For 11 years the funds had offset revenue losses caused by reduced logging on federal lands to protect endangered and threatened species. Oregon, with far more federal timberlands than other states, got nearly a third of that money — $105 million in 2012 alone. The loss of the subsidies has forced timber counties to cut budgets to the bone. Sheriff’s offices have laid off deputies, cut patrols and released some jail inmates, only to see them arrested for new crimes. Frustrated citizens have tried to fill the gap with

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Jeff Lauderdale sorts pine lumber April 25 at the Rough & Ready Lumber Co. mill in O’Brien, Ore. The business will ship the last of its lumber in June. armed patrols. The subsidies were never meant to be permanent, but rather were intended to buy time to build new economies. Today these communities are still looking for what’s next — even as some timber counties drift closer to bankruptcy and state officials make contingency plans in case they collapse altogether.

‘No silver bullet’ “There is no silver bullet,� said Bruce Webber, who directs the Center for Rural Studies at Oregon State University. “It sort of happens job by job and idea by idea. That is how change happens.� As recently as the 1980s, logging and milling were important parts of the economies of nearly every part of Oregon, from big cities to remote mountain hamlets. But as logging diminished, so did the industry’s economic significance. No Oregon community depends on timber as much as in years past. Tourism and light manufacturing join with schools, government and health care to provide jobs. But the more remote and rural the community, the tougher things are. Unemployment rates across timber country tend

to be in double digits. A quarter of Josephine County’s 83,000 people are on food stamps. Food banks struggle to keep cans on the shelves. Young people move away to find work. Some economists have blamed timber country for not doing enough to get itself out of the mess. Property tax rates in the region are the lowest in the state, a legacy of when the federal timber revenues paid the bills, and residents have repeatedly voted down tax increases. An hour’s drive east of the coast, just north of the California border, the Rough & Ready mill is ringed by the timbered expanses of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. Gold mines once prospered here, but when the gold ran out, logging became Josephine County’s economic foundation. After World War II, the U.S. Forest Service began selling timber to build homes for baby boomers.

Lots of jobs Bulldozers carved roads into the hillsides to haul out the logs. Mills operated round-the-clock. No tree was too big to be cut. “You could get a job anyplace,� said Jim Ford, 85, of

Grants Pass, the Josephine County seat. Ford quit high school during World War II to work as a logger. At 14, he threw steel cables around giant logs so they could be hauled and loaded onto trucks. After the war, he and his brothers started their own logging business. It closed in 1993. All that remains now are faded photos of logging trucks and a collection of hard hats, chain saws and pulleys hanging from the walls and ceiling of the shop behind Ford’s house.

‘Could see it coming’ His two sons left home to find work — one in construction in Portland, the other as a fisherman in Alaska. “We could see it coming,� Ford said. “You’d see one mill close down, and pretty soon there’d be another one.� Change came through upheaval. In 1982, Earth First! protesters lay down in front of bulldozers to stop construction of a road intended to open up a mother lode of Siskiyou National Forest for area mills. Conservation groups eventually sued, and the road was never finished. By 1994, more lawsuits

forced the Forest Service to cut logging by 90 percent in the Northwest to save species such as the northern spotted owl and salmon from extinction. Logging jobs in Oregon dropped from 11,000 in 1990 to about 5,000 now. Mill jobs went from 46,000 to 20,000. Rob MacWhorter, supervisor of the Rogue RiverSiskiyou National Forest, knows that the good old days of logging aren’t likely to return. The Forest Service is focused now on restoration and reducing the threat of wildfire. Where MacWhorter’s predecessors spent their days filling timber quotas, he meets with community groups looking to diversify the economy. In Curry County, MacWhorter and Dave Itzen, a county commissioner, sit on a task force examining ways to build that new economy. Various ideas are being floated, including marketing the region’s blue skies, forest and rivers full of salmon to tourists from Asia and other parts. “We are finally getting to common ground, common interests coming to the table trying to find solutions,� MacWhorter said. “We haven’t been sitting

on our hands,� added Itzen. Itzen grew up in Curry County, and he still has scars on his hands from working in a plywood mill to put himself through college. Now he works to convince voters to support a proposed county tax increase. Otherwise, he said, the county will go broke. But he concedes it’s difficult persuading folks to forget the past and see the future. Logs are still coming off the forest, but they are fewer and smaller — not enough to sustain places like Rough & Ready. Jennifer and Link Phillippi spent 25 years running the business, investing millions to computerize equipment and improve efficiency. They even bought thousands of acres of timberland to supplement the declining supply from the national forest. In recent years, however, it grew harder to find the larger, 18- to 20-inch pine logs they needed to fill their niche in the timber market, producing lumber for doors and windows. “Having to close it down weighs heavy on us, especially for these families that really counted on us to figure something out,� Jennifer Phillippi said. “We have all the pieces we need to continue to be a productive company. “The only thing we’re missing is a log supply.�

Making a living Mills that converted to processing smaller logs or producing laminated beams are still operating elsewhere in Oregon, and the Phillippis are confident their workers will land jobs if they are willing to move. The couple has turned to selling logs from their own private timberlands to make a living. “We love this industry. We’d stay in it if there were something on the horizon,� Link Phillippi said. “There aren’t a lot of opportunities for these counties to be healthy. “It’s a beautiful place to live. It’s a hard place to make a living.�

Stow the razors for beard, ’stache contest Sequim to gear up for centennial competition starting this Monday BY JOE SMILLIE

follicle fronts. “Depending on what kind of soap or shampoo or SEQUIM –– Sequim, it’s conditioner you use, the time to let your — facial — beard can take a number of hair down. different qualities.� As part of the celebration of Sequim’s first cen- 2 p.m. Monday kickoff tury, the city’s centennial Judging will be part of committee is lining up to judge the facial hair cre- the Old Fashioned Fourth of ations of citizens through a July Picnic at the Water series of beard and mus- Reuse Demonstration Park on Independence Day. tache competitions. But the monthlong shav“It’s not as simple as it may seem. There’s a lot of ing strike begins at 2 p.m. factors to consider,� said Monday (Memorial Day). The kickoff for the conCity Attorney Craig Ritchie, himself the owner of one of tests will be at the Krush the city’s most famous facial “ultralounge� in Rock Plaza, PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

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MONTHLY VETERANS’ BELL RINGING CEREMONY On the last Friday of every month the Clallam County Veterans Association conducts a ceremonial bell ringing at the Veterans’ Park located next to the courthouse (on Lincoln Street). The ceremony begins promptly at 1:00 p.m. when the courthouse clock tolls. This ceremony is to honor all Clallam County Veterans who have died in the previous month. On Friday, May 31, the following names of deceased Veterans for April 2013 will be read:

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A12 This week’s business meetings ■Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are held Mondays at noon in the second-floor meeting room of the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St. However, there’s no meeting this week because of Memorial Day. The next meeting will be June 3 with a program tentatively on business development through the Port of Port Angeles. ■ Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are held Mondays at noon at the Port Townsend Elks Lodge, 555 Otto St. Because of Memorial Day, there’s no meeting this week. The next meeting, June 3, will feature a program on Future Business Leaders of America. ■ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at noon at SunLand Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim. This Tuesday’s featured speaker will be Allyson Brooks of the state Department of Archaeology and HisBrooks torical Preservation. The meeting sponsor will be the North Peninsula Building Association. Luncheon reservations closed Friday, but seats are available for those who are not having lunch. Coffee or tea is $3. Phone 360-683-6197 or email info@sequim chamber.com for information, including the chamber’s new punch-card program for advance purchases.

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■Port Angeles Business Association — Breakfast meetings are Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive, Port Angeles. This Tuesday’s program, led by Mayor Cherie Kidd, will be on the effects of increased Elwha River sediment on the city water system. Kidd There is a $2.16 minimum charge by Joshua’s for those who do not order breakfast.

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$ Briefly . . . Boiler Room to host tech recycling day PORT TOWNSEND — A communitywide electronics-recycling day will be hosted by The Boiler Room, 711 Water St., from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. this coming Saturday. “Do a little spring cleaning, and then bring your empty printer cartridges, used cellphones, digital cameras, laptops, GPS devices, MP3 players, CDs, DVDs/Blu-rays and video games to 711 Water St. and help support our nonprofit,� said Boiler Room staffer Amy Smith. Recycling will be provided free. No personal recordings such as movies, music or computer software will be accepted. Items need not be in working condition. The Boiler Room will continue to accept these items for recycling for those unable to attend Saturday. For more information, visit www.ptbr.org.

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Former Vietnam POW Orson Swindle, right, gets a hug from Jim Janeway as he arrives to celebrate the 40th reunion for Vietnam prisoners of war at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum last week.

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Hanoi prison camps. Reminding Americans of that legacy — and not YORBA LINDA, Calif. — Watergate — was frontNavy Lt. Cmdr. Doug Burns and-center this weekend at was on a night reconnaissance mission searching for enemy trucks when he was shot down by anti-aircraft fire and taken prisoner during the Vietnam War. Burns broke three vertebrae when he ejected into a flooded rice paddy. He spent the first weeks of his captivity strapped to a concrete pallet and then months at a time in solitary confinement. His wife and three children didn’t know for years if he was alive — and when he arrived home six and a half years later, Burns learned his wife was leaving him. BY GILLIAN FLACCUS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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New work boat hightails it in harbor LEE SHORE BOATS’ newest craft goes by the unceremonious name of UB45-1. Lee Shore, the boat manufacturer on Edgewood Drive in Port Angeles, launched the 46-foot aluminum mono-hull work boat at the Port Angeles Boat Yard. UB45-1 is equipped with dual 610-horsepower Cummins diesel engines that power Hamilton Jet Drives. Joe Beck, who works in the sales department for the company, said representatives from the respective component manufacturers were on site for the initial startup of the boat’s systems. They spent a fair bit of time going through their checklists prior to signing off on the installation and giving a thumbs-up to the company to begin sea trials. In the middle of the afternoon, UB45-1 was driven out of Boat Haven marina into the open waters to the east end of Port Angeles Harbor. Then Eric Schneider, Lee Shore Boats’ owner, began putting the new vessel through her paces. Joe was aboard the boat, which weighs roughly 25,000 pounds, and said she topped the speed chart at about 40 knots during the initial run. That’s well in excess of the 32 knots that was anticipated at the design stage. I expect UB45-1 to be in and out of the water during the next couple of weeks to allow personnel an opportunity to attend to the last-minute details that are an inherent element of the construction process. According to Joe, a second work boat will be launched within the next couple of weeks. When that boat completes her sea trials, both work boats will be transported to Houston, Texas, by Associated Boat Transport of Marysville. From Houston, they’ll be put aboard a ship bound for South America. Joe reminded me that these are but two of the 20 Coast Guard-compliant boats that the company is building for its client.

Oil spill response Lee Shore Boats also recently launched a pair of 26-foot oil-spillresponse vessels (OSRV) that were built for use by BP PLC, the former British Petroleum. The boats feature a center console with a windshield that allows the operator to stand up during boat operations. Propulsion is provided by a pair of Hamilton Jet Drives that are coupled to twin Volvo D3-200 inboard diesels. Joe said the boats were shipped to the Republic of Georgia for use at the Supsa pipeline terminal in the Caspian Sea. When the boats were delivered, BP contacted Joe Schmitt of Joyce and asked that he fly to the

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Eastern European nation and conduct a class for the prospective boat handlers on how to operate the two OSRVs. Earlier this month, he flew to Georgia and spent a week working with

14 boat drivers. Joe said the program started in the classroom by reviewing the boat’s nomenclature, then dealt with many of the basics such as checking all fluid levels, inspecting the fuel separator and checking for leaks prior to each use. By the end of the first day, the students were at the water’s edge learning how to launch the boats off their trailers. The next four days were spent teaching the group the nuances of jet drives because they tend to be a bit tricky and at times somewhat confusing for those whose experiences are limited to propeller-driven craft. Joe said that the group of boat handlers he worked with were pretty good water men. He added that BP was more than happy with the boats that Lee Shore built — in fact, he said, they were “downright giddy.”

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The aluminum-hulled UB45-1 manufactured by Lee Shore Boats of Port Angeles is placed in the water for her inaugural sea trials.

Seiner on the move On Saturday, Platypus Marine Inc., the full-service shipyard, yacht-repair facility and steelboat manufacturer on Marine Drive in Port Angeles, moved Adamant from the Rubb Building to the Commander Building. She is a 58-foot steel limit seiner that Platypus began constructing early last summer. The mast was stepped, and personnel have begun painting the commercial boat — clear indications that the final stages of assembly are under way. While in the Commander Building, I saw the Coast Guard response boat on which Platypus has been working for the past couple of weeks. She is 45 feet long and powered by twin MTU 60 Series diesel engines that have a combined rating of 1650 horsepower and are each mated to a Rolls-Royce water jet. When fully outfitted, the vessel weighs about 18 tons and is capable of reaching speeds in excess of 40 knots. Platypus Marine will perform an ultrasound inspection of the hull, inspect the fendering system, inspect and clean the diesel fuel tank, and replace the bearings, bushings and seals in the jet drives. Both sea strainers will be over-

The once and future squid boats Qualay Squallum, left, and Cape Morien, both getting work done at Platypus. hauled, and the vessel’s sea valves off Monterey, Calif. When Jeremy purchased the will be replaced. boat, he converted her from a Personnel also will renew the squid boat to her current use. interior and exterior non-skid Hold that thought. pads, install new zincs and paint Platypus Marine hauled Cape the boat. Morien out of the water a couple of weeks ago, and she now sits in Many improvements its yard on Marine Drive. Qualay Squallum, a 58-foot Marty said the 65-foot CanaJensen that is used as a seiner dian-built commercial fishing vesand crabber by her owner, Jeremy sel will be at Platypus for about a Winn of Hoquiam, has been sitmonth. ting on the hard at Platypus Personnel will be fabricating Marine for the past few days. two fish holds and installing a According to Marty Marchant, couple of generators to support a Platypus’ director of sales and new fish pump that is going on marketing, crews are installing the boat. new rigging on the boom. Floodlights also are being In addition, personnel are installed on the mast that will be making welcomed modifications used to attract squid when the to the crew quarters, and owner boat heads for the squid fishery Jeremy will probably opt to off the coast of Monterey that the former Mineo Bros left behind. replace the existing mast lights with more-efficient LED lighting. Another client The finishing touch will be a fresh coat of bottom paint. Wander Bear also is sitting on Qualay Squallum was previthe hard at Platypus Marine. ously known as Mineo Bros when She is a 45-foot Kadey-Krogen she fished for squid in the waters that is owned by James Loveland of Port Angeles. Marty said the yacht will be out of the water for only a week or two as personnel make a couple of minor gel coat repairs, raise the boot stripe and paint the bottom.

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will hold its seventh annual marine swap meet on Saturday, June 15, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the club’s parking lot at the west end of the Boat Haven. This well-attended event is a great opportunity to spend time selling or swapping marinerelated equipment and memorabilia to like-minded individuals. As an added feature, the PAYC Ladies also will hold an indoor yard sale in the clubhouse with treasures that are not necessarily marine-oriented. Boat safety inspections also will be conducted for boats that are sitting on their trailers in the parking lot. The inspections will be conducted by the North Olympic Sail and Power Squadron, which is empowered to affix the 2013 safety decal to compliant vessels. The Port Angeles Yacht Club is at 1305 Marine Drive. For additional information or to reserve a $10 space to swap and share, phone Steve DeBiddle at 360-477-2406.


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Retirement party QUILCENE — A retirement party for Quilcene teacher Larry McKeehan will be held in the Quilcene School multipurpose room, 294715 U.S. Highway 101, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday. The event is an appetizer potluck, so attendees should bring a dish to share. Cake and coffee will be provided. McKeehan has taught nearly every subject in his 46 years in education, the past 40 of them in Quilcene. He also has served as class adviser for middle and high school students and as adviser for the Honor Society, Knowledge Bowl, Pep Club, cheerleading, Spanish, French, computer and chess clubs.

SEQUIM — Lindy McLaine, life purpose coach and owner of We Can Soar LLC, will give a free talk, “Getting Unstuck Using the Map in Your Hands,” from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Her presentation is based on Scientific Hand Analysis for personal growth. It will be in the meeting room of the Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave. For more information, phone McLaine at 360-4774638 or visit www.wecan soar.com.

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OLYMPIA — Every two years, state legislators sit for official portraits and the photos are used online and in the media. Many lawmakers ask for their photos to be retouched to smooth away wrinkles, erase blemishes and whiten teeth. The (Tacoma) News Tribune discovered portraits were doctored when it uploaded photos to the newspaper’s website and found embedded notes suggesting how they should be

digitally altered. The newspaper submitted a public records request for before-and-after photos of 13 lawmakers. All had been retouched. The News Tribune reported that some lawmakers don’t like their retouched photos — and instead use photos that were taken years ago. One lawmaker who asked for smoothing and color changes to her face, Sen. Sharon Nelson of Maury Island, said minor retouching is common in photography today.

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NEW YORK — Major stock indexes closed out their first weekly loss in a month in quiet trading Friday. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index dropped 0.91 of a point to close at 1,649.60. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 8.60 points to 15,303, a gain of 0.1 percent. Procter & KONP talk guests Gamble supported the Dow PORT ANGELES — with an increase of 4 perHere is this week’s schedcent. ule for the 1:05 p.m. to Both indexes had their 2 p.m. local talk show segfirst weekly losses since ment on KONP radio, at the week ending April 19. 1450 AM, 101.7 FM and A disappointing manuwww.konp.com on the facturing report out of Internet outside the Port China and a sharp fall in Angeles area. Japan’s stock market ratStation General Manager Todd Ortloff hosts the tled investors’ nerves this Monday through Thursday week. But anxiety over the segments. Federal Reserve’s bondThis week’s scheduled buying program was the lineup: ■ Monday: Pre-empted main culprit. Some investors interby Seattle Mariners game. preted comments from Fed ■ Tuesday: Master officials to mean that the Gardeners Judy English, bank may start pulling its Bill Wrobel and Jeanette support for the economy Stehr-Green. sooner than they expected. ■ Wednesday: To be The S&P 500, widely announced. used by mutual funds ■ Thursday: Preas a proxy for the stock empted by Seattle Mariners game. market, lost 1.1 percent

for the week. It’s still up 15.7 percent for the year. Marty Leclerc, the managing partner of Barrack Yard Advisors, an investment firm in Bryn Mawr, Pa., said the weekly drop wasn’t cause for concern. Even market rallies have to take the occasional break, he said.

Metal commodities Gold futures fell Friday, but prices still finished roughly 1.6 percent higher for the week after losses in global stock markets and a weaker dollar helped lure investors back to the precious metal a day earlier. Among the most-active contracts, June gold fell $5.20, or 0.4 percent, to settle at $1,386.60 an ounce. August gold shed $5.30, or 0.4 percent, to end at $1,387.50. Trading on Comex will reopen Tuesday, following Monday’s U.S. Memorial Day holiday. July silver closed down 1 cent, or 0.05 percent, on Friday at $22.50 an ounce. Prices saw a 0.6 percent gain on the week. Peninsula Daily News and The Associated Press

The University of Washington’s admissions director speculated that this fall’s enrollment increase might be tied to the University of California system’s tightening admissions for its own resident students.

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SEATTLE — The University of Washington says it received more freshmen applications than ever before, and even though the university plans to enroll 150 more Washington state students this fall, it was still more difficult to get into UW this year compared to last. UW admissions director Philip Ballinger can’t explain why the university saw a nearly 16 percent increase in freshmen applications, with more than 30,000 applications for fall 2013 admission. Ballinger speculated, however, the increase might be tied to a decision by the University of California system to tighten admissions for its own resident students.

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Washington State University at Pullman saw applications increase slightly from 13,700 for 2012 to 13,779 for fall 2013. Western Washington University reported a slight drop from 9,791 to 9,500. Applications also dropped at Central, Eastern and Evergreen. About 61 percent of Washington students who applied to UW received a “Congratulations!” letter, telling them they’d been admitted. Last year, about 65 percent were admitted. The out-of-state applicant pool grew by 23 percent. Those students made up nearly 40 percent of all applications received, and they’ll make up about 17 percent of the freshman class. Many of those students are from California. Earlier this spring, UC

3.77 GPA The average GPA for an admitted UW freshman remained 3.77, the same as last year, but the average SAT combined score for critical reading and math rose by about 10 points, to 1238. Ballinger said the UW admitted slightly fewer international students than in previous years. He expects 950 students from other countries to become part of the freshman class, or about 15 percent. In previous years, that number has been as high as 18 percent.

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officials said they cut admissions to in-state residents by more than 2 percent, and increased out-ofstate and international admissions by a combined total of 21 percent. Out-of-state students pay about double the rate that in-state students pay, and like most states, California is short on cash for higher education. Ballinger thinks California students may be eyeing UW because of the cuts. And with the UC system accepting more out-of-state students, “it goes in the other direction to some degree, too,” he said — that is, Washington residents may stand a better chance of getting into California schools than they have in the past.

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The biggest increase in UW applications came from out-of-state students, but the number of in-state and international applications also grew. Other Washington fouryear colleges and universities saw their applicants hold steady or drop slightly because of a demographic shift. There were fewer Washington state high school graduates in 2013.

PULLMAN — The Washington State University Board of Regents has voted to limit a fall tuition increase to 2 percent, no matter what the state Legislature decides concerning the state budget. University officials say they want to give students and their parents a degree of certainty about the cost of tuition for next year. Students at Washington’s other four-year public colleges and universities are still unclear about what they will be paying next year. WSU President Elson S. Floyd was hoping the state budget would be finished by now. He said the delay in Olympia has put higher education into a difficult situation. The WSU Board of Regents last week also approved a plan to build a 28,000-square-foot Wine Science Center at the WSU Tri-Cities campus. They also approved some small student fee increases.


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College students ask for stability BY DONNA BLANKINSHIP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEATTLE — College students in Washington state say they need Congress to give them affordable student loans at a rate they can depend on, instead of a yearly debate on rising interest rates. “The fact that it’s so unpredictable for students and their families . . . is pretty senseless,” said Evan Smith, the student body president at the University of Washington in Seattle. Smith, 21, is graduating this year with a degree in political science and said he’s found the student loan debate in Washington, D.C., academically interesting but frustrating in every other way. “I fear that this is going to be the new normal in Congress,” said Smith, who has landed a job teaching in Chicago public schools through Teach for America. Interest rates on new subsidized Stafford loans are set to double, from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent, on July 1. Both Republicans and Democrats say they want to avoid the increase, but they’re divided on how to do it. Republicans have proposed a variable interest rate for future loans, based on the rate for 10-year Treasury notes plus 2.5 percentage points. That would avoid a big hike now, but rates are likely to rise in coming years. Smith said the lack of certainty about student loan costs, plus the fact that the state Legislature has not yet approved a state budget and tuition rates for next school year, is adding to student stress.

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PHOENIX, Ariz. — A federal judge has ruled that the office of America’s selfproclaimed toughest sheriff systematically singled out Latinos in its trademark immigration patrols, marking the first finding by a court that the agency racially profiles people. The 142-page decision by U.S. District Judge Murray Snow in Phoenix backs up allegations that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s critics have made for years that his officers rely on race in their immigration enforcement. Snow also ruled Arpaio’s deputies unreasonably prolonged the detentions of people who were pulled over. A small group of Latinos alleged in a lawsuit that Arpaio’s deputies pulled

over some vehicles only to make immigration status checks. The group also accused the sheriff of ordering some immigration patrols not based on reports of crime but rather on letters and emails from Arizonans who complained about people with dark skin congregating in an area or speaking Spanish.

Thank-you notes The group’s attorneys pointed out that Arpaio sent thank-you notes to some people who wrote the complaints. The sheriff has repeatedly denied the allegations, saying his deputies only stop people when they think a crime has been committed and that he wasn’t the person who picked the location

Maricopa of the patrols. County His lawyers also said Sheriff Joe there was nothing wrong Arpaio with the thank-you notes. speaks to the Cecillia D. Wang, director media after of the ACLU Immigrants’ his deputies Right Project, called Friday’s conducted a ruling a “great day for all the raid in 2011 people of Maricopa County.” at a printing Arpaio’s lead attorney company in Tim Casey was reading Phoenix, Snow’s decision Friday arresting six afternoon before commentsuspects out ing on it. of 17 they The sheriff — known for allegedly jailing inmates in tents and were looking making prisoners wear pink for. underwear — started doing immigration enforcement six years as Arizona voters order that grew frustrated with the requires it to state’s role as the nation’s policy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS make busiest illegal entryway. changes. The ruling represents a The sheriff victory for those who pushed money damages but a rather the lawsuit. declaration that Arpaio’s won’t face jail time or fines They weren’t seeking office racially profiles and an as a result of the ruling.

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Congress needs to realize this yearly back-andforth does not just have a financial impact; it has a psychological impact as well, Smith said. “And just like the interest on a loan, it is compounding,” he said, adding that student leaders at the University of Washington also are telling lawmakers they need to get their act together. Student loans are keeping some young people from pursuing higher education at all, said Zach Nostdal, 28, a graduate student in public administration at the University of Washington. He has several friends who have chosen to work in construction rather than go to college because they can make a decent wage and avoid going into debt. Nostdal is graduating next month with $35,000 in student loans and expects to repay around $350 a month for the next 10 years. Graduate students already have been paying 7.9 percent interest on new student loans since the last congressional compromise on student debt. The former Peace Corps volunteer, who is currently interning with a Seattle’s public utility, said his job prospects are a lot less daunting than in 2010 when he first applied for graduate school. But Nostdal will need to make a lot more than his current take-home pay of about $1,200 a month to afford his loan payments and a place to live in a city where one-bedroom apartments average more than $1,000. He currently shares a house with four other people and pays $550 in rent. “I feel rather fortunate compared to many of my colleagues in school,” Nostdal said, adding that his loans have an interest rate of 6.8 percent. “Students just getting into the program are far worse.”

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POWs: Homecoming dinner re-created at event CONTINUED FROM A12 Dozens of American flags poked through a sea of white hair as a band played “Stars and Stripes” and “The Star Spangled Banner” for the POWs as they processed into the museum, some hoisting young grandchildren in their arms and others leaning on canes and walkers. The private Richard Nixon Foundation, which is hosting the event, has also recreated, down to the menu, the elaborate black-tie dinner that the president hosted for the POWs and their spouses 40 years ago this weekend. This weekend’s special POW exhibit includes White House staff notes about the dinner that stressed the psychological importance of a menu of sirloin steak, fingerling potatoes and strawberry mousse because “many POWs dreamed of good American food constantly” while in captivity. The notes also suggest Nixon crack a joke about banning turnips and parsnips from the menu, foods the captives learned to hate.

Contrast for Nixon For Nixon, the dissonance between the POWs’ adulation and the mounting Watergate crisis was almost too much. In a private moment after the formal dinner, according to his memoirs, he asked his family if he should resign. “As I sat before the fire, listening to the sounds of music and laughter coming up from downstairs, I felt that this was one of the greatest nights of my life,” he wrote. “The contrast between the splendid lift of this night and the dreary drain of Watergate suddenly struck me with an almost physical force.” POWs who attended the event, however, recall only the thrill of meeting the president, rubbing shoulders with movie stars and dancing to a live band until 2 a.m. The star-studded event included some of the most famous celebrities of the day, from Bob Hope to John Wayne to Sammy Davis Jr., and Irving Berlin brought the men to tears with his rendition of “God Bless America.” “The president and his wife said good night at midnight, but he said, ‘You can dance all night long,” recalled Navy Lt. Mike McGrath, who later became a captain and eventually retired from the Navy in 1987 after 24 years as an officer. “What an evening, to dance until the band quits and have free run of the White House.” The glamour was a far cry from what McGrath and his fellow captives endured in North Vietnamese prison camps.

Tortured for 2 weeks McGrath was 27 when he was shot down by anti-aircraft fire on June 30, 1967, after dropping bombs on a bridge. He ejected but fractured his back, dislocated a knee and dislocated and broke his left arm in the crash. His captors tortured him for the first two weeks, he recalled, and used his injuries to their advantage as they pulled his arms behind his back and over his

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This March 17, 1973, photo shows released POW Lt. Col. Robert L. Stirm being greeted by his family at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Calif., as he returns home from the Vietnam War. In the lead is Stirm’s daughter Lori, 15; followed by son Robert, 14; daughter Cynthia, 11; wife Loretta; and son Roger, 12. This photo won the Pulitzer Prize for News Photography in 1973. head in excruciatingly painful positions. The torture dislocated his other arm and elbow before his captors decided they would get nothing from him and stopped the beatings, he said. “All they were trying to do was break us down. I couldn’t sit up, and I couldn’t move,” said McGrath, who still has limited use of his left arm. Through it all, the POWs waited for years for an end to the war and a freedom that never seemed to come. Meanwhile, in the U.S., anger and discontent over the conflict grew. “There were moments of stark terror when they were torturing you and to see no progress and no hope of winning was counter to everything we had grown up with,” said Swindle, who was held in 17 different prison camps. “We were the children of people who had won a World War.”

Divorced after return Their families were waiting, too — and the return wasn’t always the fairy tale ending the children dreamed about. Kendall Tyler remembers handing her father, an Air Force pilot, a plate of his favorite chocolate chip cookies the day he left for Vietnam when she was just 4. Her father was shot down and spent nearly six years in captivity. By the time he was freed, Tyler was nearly 10 and her parents had grown apart so much they eventually divorced, she said.

U.S. prisoners of war stand in the courtyard of Hanoi’s POW camp at Nga Tu So street waiting for an inspection of the camp by joint military and international control and supervision commissions on March 29, 1973. On Thursday, Tyler, her sister, her father and her stepmother grew emotional as they watched grainy 1973 newsreels showing the POWs stepping off airplanes into the arms of their waiting families. “It was so special to finally get my dad back,” said Tyler, 50, of Scottsdale, Ariz. “He did what this country

asked him to do and he did it with pride.” In December 1972, as peace talks stalled, Nixon authorized the biggest bombing of the war against North Vietnamese ports and factories. A second massive strike, known as the Christmas bombing, dropped explosives around Hanoi and the POWs heard the booming from their prisons. A peace accord, formally signed in Paris on January 27, 1973, called for the withdrawal of U.S. troops, a cease-fire and the release of all POWs. Two weeks later, the first planeload of freed prisoners landed on U.S. soil. The Christmas bombing was widely criticized at home, but the POWs believe it secured their freedom. “When he sent the B-52s in, that’s when we got out,” said McGrath. “Scandals are scandals . . . but we don’t let it diminish our appreciation to Nixon for putting the pressure on strong.”

tion committee broke into the Democratic headquarters to get dirt on his political adversaries. Nixon denied knowing about the break-in beforehand, but an 18½-minute gap in a recording of a post-Watergate White House meeting led many to suspect a cover-up. Faced with impeachment and a possible criminal indictment, Nixon resigned on Aug. 9, 1974, and retreated to his native California. The following month, he was granted a pardon by President Gerald Ford.

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Cheers, shouts, thumbs up, “V” signs and general jubilation show in the expressions of the released POWs as their C-141 plane lifts off from Gia Lam Airport to take them to Clark Air Base in the Philippines on March 4, 1973.

Nixon’s presidency began to unravel in 1972, when burglars who were later tied to his re-elec-

Released POW John McCain is greeted by President Richard Nixon, left, in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 14, 1973. Now a U.S. senator, McCain spent more than five years in a Vietnamese POW camp before he was released in March 1973.


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U.S. quietly monitors Canadian border BY ERIC LIPTON

on the Canadian Border Services Agency Web site. Using the information collected from its improved system tracking foreigners as they exit, the Homeland Security Department is separately also developing a tally, country by country, of what percentage of foreign travelers violate the terms of their entry to the United States, officials said.

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WASHINGTON — Hundreds of thousands of foreigners passing into Canada from the United States have unwittingly been a part of a grand experiment by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to crack down on visitors who violate laws governing the length of their stay. Long demanded by lawmakers in Congress, it is considered a critical step to developing a coherent program to curb illegal immigration, as historically about 30 percent to 40 percent of illegal immigrants in the United States arrived on tourist visas or other legal means and then never left, according to estimates by Homeland Security officials. The pilot project with Canada, conducted from September to January, involved about a third of the traffic across the northern American border, tracking the departure of 413,222 foreigners from the United States. Starting this year, according to congressional officials who have been briefed on the plan, the information collected at the Canadian border will be used to prevent certain foreigners who have stayed too long in the United States from returning again by revoking tourist visas or taking other steps. The effort relies on an ingenious solution. As foreigners leave the United States to enter Canada — and their passports are checked by the border authorities there — the information is sent back to the United States and recorded as the official “exit” record. By the end of June, the project is scheduled to be expanded to almost all land

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A Canadian Border Services Agency officer asks for identification in Surrey, B.C. border traffic between Can- there remains a large backada and the United States. log of unconfirmed exits. The biggest weakness ‘Those who overstay’ remains the southern border, which has the highest “The pilot was a success,” said David Heyman, assis- volume of traffic of land tant secretary for policy at crossings, but still has the Homeland Security almost no exit controls. The Mexican authorities, Department, in a statement. Homeland Security officials “We have the ability now to identify, with a high said, do not reliably collect degree of certainty, on a and store personal data on real-time basis, those who every person crossing the overstay the terms of their border from the United legal entry into the United States, preventing an exchange like the one that States.” Airlines and cruise ships, has been established with relying on passenger mani- Canada. The department has fests, are already mandated the Mexican under law to turn over data pressed on travelers as they leave authorities to improve their data collection efforts, so the United States. That system has recently such an exchange can take been improved so that place. One former Homeland entries and exits can more definitively be matched, fed- Security official who had eral officials said, although been involved in these nego-

tiations said it was largely a matter of money. “You could do it in a year if you had all the money you needed, or you could do it in 20 years,” said Chappell Lawson, who served as director of policy and planning at Customs and Border Protection early in the Obama administration. “Tell me the amount of money and the willpower, and I can give you a number.” Ricardo Alday, a spokesman for the Mexican Embassy in Washington, said the Mexican government was open to considering such a request by the United States. “Mexico strongly believes that its joint efforts with the United States are critical to the safe and efficient management of the border,” he

said in a statement. With the pilot program at the Canadian border, the American authorities found that in almost all cases — 97.4 percent — the passport data of departing foreigners matched up with records documenting their entry into the United States, allowing American officials to determine if they stayed longer here than allowed under the law. Officials would not say what percentage of the travelers had overstayed their visas. Because it was an experimental project, the data in this initial phase was destroyed and was not used for any enforcement action. Individual travelers were not notified of the data exchange, although a description of it was posted

If the immigration bill pending in the Senate passes, that overstay information would be used to help determine which nations are eligible for the Visa Waiver Program, which allows foreigners to visit without a visa — a privilege reserved for nations whose residents do not routinely abuse the limits of American tourist visas. The Homeland Security Department last week declined to offer any hint of what the visa overstay rates might look like, saying only that they would be made public this year. “We want to make sure those numbers are right,” said one department official, who asked not to be named, citing its policy of not speaking with reporters for attribution. “They could impact a lot of things, including international relations. It is an important milestone.”

Biometric system One potential weakness with the exit control system being tested with Canada is that it relies on “biographic” information, like a passport photo, name and date of birth. It does not use a fingerprint or other biometric data, which is much harder to forge, to definitively confirm that a person has left the United States.

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Daughter’s first serious boyfriend WHEN SHE WAS 18 years old, my daughter met the love of her life, the person who changed her life forever and without whom, she informed me, she simply couldn’t live. I sometimes wonder whatever happened W. Bruce to that guy. Cameron I was “cool to the concept” of her having a serious boyfriend the way liquid nitrogen is “cool to the touch.” In other words, when my brain absorbed the idea of a serious boyfriend, it froze and shattered. I suppose I knew that when young women go to college, they often form what could euphemistically be called “adult” relationships, but in my daughter’s case, I comforted myself in the knowl-

edge that I had ordered her not to. “She’s probably in her dorm room right now,” I’d whisper, calming myself at midnight on a Friday. “Big test Monday morning. Needs her rest.” Secure in my denial, I’d call her cellphone to wake her up to tell her I was glad she was getting a good night’s sleep. “I can’t come to the phone right now!” her recorded voice greets me. “If it’s Friday, I’m at the big party at the Sigma Chi house! And if it’s Saturday, who knows!” Ha, ha, that’s my daughter. Always kidding. “It’s Dad. Good idea to turn off your phone so you can rest on a Friday before a big test Monday,” I praise her. “Don’t do it again.” Late into her first year, my daughter called me to tell me about this boyfriend, who had a name something like Pat Crumplefungus.

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That may not be it, exactly, but I do recall that the first name was the type that can be used for a girl, under some circumstances, so maybe it was “Florence” or “Rachel.” I drove down to her school to go to dinner with my daughter and Rachel or Muffy or whatever his name was, determined to be open-minded and fair and treat him as I would the Ebola virus. I don’t know what I expected him to look like physically, though I suppose I was hoping he wouldn’t be so large that I couldn’t fit his body into the trunk of my car when I went to dump him in the river. My daughter, though, is a trim, muscular athlete — I guess I thought that Muffy or Priscilla or whatever his name was would be a football player and reasoned that if I were going to get physical with him, I would need to offset his presumed superior strength by making my attack cowardly and underhanded.

But Priscilla or Annabelle or whatever his name was turned out to be a wisp of a boy, so pale I could see straight through his skin to his circulatory system. His spidery fingers nervously plucked at his sparse mustache, which looked as if it had been manufactured by silkworms, and his blue eyes were washed out and milky, like a fish peering out of a cloudy aquarium. The boyfriend was a Marxist, though he sniffed when he said it, contemptuous of Marx for not going far enough. He loftily informed me that real artists don’t get paid, implying that by having a column in a newspaper, I was selling out, and come the revolution, I would be hanged for it. While he spoke, my daughter gazed at him rapturously, at one point leaning in to nibble at his ear in such a fashion as to cause my hand to fall flat on the table, loud as a pistol shot. When I said goodbye to my daughter later that day, I told

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Misplaced anger

her I’d always pictured her with someone more masculine and less like a squid. She took offense for some reason, so our farewells were rather strained. Driving home, I was gripped with a convulsive perplexity, strong as an appendicitis. What was she doing with this guy? He could not have been less like me if he tried! Fortunately, the serious boyfriend eventually leaked out of his clothing and evaporated — at least, that’s what I pictured, because we gradually stopped talking about Annabelle or Barbie or whatever his name was. Fine by me. For some reason, I never liked the boy.

never killed a single thing. Neither has a machete, the instrument of choice for mayhem in Third World countries. I am incredulous that humans won’t or don’t accept ownership for their actions. Machetes, cars and guns

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are not killers; inanimate, inert, lifeless objects can’t kill. Hell, they can’t even move or function without you. Understand that humans are the most deadly animal that has ever walked the Earth. If man has free will, blame him, not the mechanisms at his disposal. JL Richardson, Sequim

Political nonprofits The same politicians who have cared so little about their constituents that they have vowed to do nothing for the next four years except oppose [President Barack] Obama are having an apoplectic fit over the flow of money into their election coffers through nonprofits. The Internal Revenue Service is being lambasted for targeting conservative groups in the last election trying to qualify as apolitical those tax-exempt nonprofits. “Tea party” is synony-

mous with tax evasion, not to mention politics. Organizing to help wealthy citizens and corporations avoid taxation and regulation does not qualify as philanthropy deserving of nonprofit status, no matter how greedy you are. It is reminiscent of the movie “The Jerk,” when the man begs Steve Martin for money to replace the leather seats in his private airplane. In my opinion, the IRS and the justice system do not go far enough investigating the political activities of nonprofits. The Center for Public Integrity pointed out some time ago that disease nonprofits are used as fronts by the pharmaceutical industry to manipulate medical research, treatment protocols and Food and Drug Administration approval of their products. This is all on top of a conservative court determining that corporations are just like people and can make political donations. TURN

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In essence, “winner takes all” sets us at war among us. There can be no Just in case you forgot the Benito Mussolini quote: peaceful elections with it. Clint Jones, “Fascism . . . is the merger Sequim of state and corporate power.” Cheryl Nash, Nixon history Port Angeles Recalling the “Saturday Night Massacre” of 1973: Voting imbalance When did [President When I was old enough Richard M.] Nixon conduct himself as an honorable man to vote for president, I remember how proud I was with class [“Recalling Nixon,” Peninsula Voices, May 21)? as I stood in line at the He was a paranoid antilocal polling place. Semite [shown in White It did not bother me if my candidate lost, as I felt House tapes]. His farewell speech was that was what democracy was all about — that we all succinct. Anyone who followed the hearings that led accept and stand behind to his fall from grace know whoever was the winner. that it was hardly compreThe fact that according hensive. to the states, we do not The Judiciary Commitown our votes did not mean much to me, that my tee assigned Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox to vote did not belong to me and that all votes belong to investigate Watergate. He couldn’t be fired except for the state where we live. gross improprieties or malIt became clear that feasance. states were dictators with Cox subpoenaed Nixon our votes, using the socalled “winner takes all” as for tapes secretly recorded filters to give all other votes in the Oval Office. Nixon would not honor the subas rewards to the winner. poena. The thought that some Nixon demanded Attorstates were called battleground or swing states did ney General [Elliot] Richnot mean much to me, as I ardson fire Cox. He refused, as did Deputy never lived in one. It just meant “politics” to me, and Attorney General [William] Ruckelshaus. Both Richthe real meaning of it ardson and Ruckelshaus never entered my mind. resigned. Then about five years Nixon finally got Soliciago, I became curious as to tor General Robert Bork to why there is such a wide range of vote values among fire Cox. A federal judge the 51 elections, and I found later ruled that Cox’s disonline a source of all elections. missal was illegal. With my background in In the end, approxiaccounting and as auditor mately 69 loyalists were for a large national marcharged and 48 found guilty. keting firm as well as an The man of honor and assistant to a CPA, it class was an unindicted cobecame clear that not all conspirator. states are equal in distribMayree Lowman, uting our votes. Sequim CONTINUED FROM A18

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VER THE PAST DECADE, the United States has become a less-violent country in every way save one. As Americans commit fewer and fewer crimes against other people’s lives and property, they have become more likely to inflict fatal violence on themselves. In the 1990s, the suicide rate Ross dipped with the Douthat crime rate. But since 2000, it has risen, and jumped particularly sharply among the middleaged. The suicide rate for Americans 35 to 54 increased nearly 30 percent between 1999 and 2010; for men in their 50s, it rose nearly 50 percent. More Americans now die of suicide than in car accidents, and gun suicides are almost twice as common as gun homicides. This trend is striking without necessarily being surprising. As the University of Virginia sociologist Brad Wilcox pointed out, there’s a strong link between suicide and weakened social ties: people — and especially men — become more likely to kill themselves “when they get disconnected from society’s core institutions (e.g., marriage, religion) or when their economic prospects take a dive (e.g., unemployment).” That’s exactly what we’ve seen happen lately among the middleaged male population, whose suicide rates have climbed the fastest: a retreat from family obligations, from civic and religious participation, and from full-time paying work. The hard question facing 21stcentury America is whether this retreat from community can reverse itself, or whether an aging society dealing with structural unemployment and declining birth and marriage rates is simply destined to leave more people disconnected, anxious and alone.

Right now, the pessimistic scenario seems more plausible. In an essay for The New Republic about the consequences of loneliness for public health, Judith Shulevitz reports that one in three Americans older than 45 identifies as chronically lonely, up from just one in five a decade ago. “With baby boomers reaching retirement age at a rate of 10,000 a day,” she notes, “the number of lonely Americans will surely spike.” There are public and private ways to manage this loneliness epidemic — through social workers, therapists, even pets. And the Internet, of course, promises endless forms of virtual community to replace or supplement the real. But all of these alternatives seem destined to leave certain basic human yearnings unaddressed.

because his relationship with his father was oppressive, because he wasn’t as comfortable as his sister in a world of traditions, obligations, rules. Because community can imprison as well as sustain, and sometimes it needs to be escaped in order to be appreciated.

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N TODAY’S SOCIETY, THAT escape is easier than ever before. And that’s a great gift to many people: If you don’t have much in common with your relatives and neighbors, if you’re gay or a genius (or both), if you’re simply restless and footloose, the world can feel much less lonely than it would have in the past. Our society is often kinder to differences and eccentricities than past eras, and our economy rewards extraordinary talent more richly than ever before. OR MANY PEOPLE, THE The problem is that as it’s grown strongest forms of community easier to be remarkable and unusual, are still the traditional ones — it’s arguably grown harder to be ordithe kind forged by shared genes, nary. shared memory, shared geography. To be the kind of person who And neither Facebook nor a life doesn’t want to write his own life coach nor a well-meaning bureauscript, or invent her own idiosyncracy is likely to compensate for cratic career path. these forms’ attenuation and decline. To enjoy the stability and comfort This point is illustrated, richly, in of inherited obligations and expectaone of the best books of the spring, tions, rather than constantly having Rod Dreher’s memoir, The Little Way to strike out on your own. of Ruthie Leming, an account of his To follow a “little way” rather than sister’s death from cancer at the age a path of great ambition. of 42. To be more like Ruthie Leming A journalist and author, Dreher than her brother. had left their small Louisiana homeToo often, and probably increastown behind decades before and ingly, not enough Americans will never imagined coming back. have what the Lemings had — a But watching how the rural complace that knew them intimately, a munity rallied around his sister in community to lean on, a strong nether crisis, and how being rooted in a work in a time of trial. specific place carried her family And absent such blessings, it’s all through its drawn-out agony, inspired too understandable that some people him to reconsider, and return. enduring suffering and loneliness What makes The Little Way such would end up looking not for help or an illuminating book, though, is that support, but for a way to end it all. it doesn’t just uncritically celebrate ________ the form of community that its Ross Douthat is a columnist for author rediscovered in his hometown. It also explains why he left in the The New York Times. He can be emailed via his blog at first place: because being a bookish http://douthat.blogs.nytimes.com. kid made him a target for bullying,

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PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rants & Raves Rave of the Week A RAVE TO our local police — Port Angeles, Sequim and Clallam County officers. Thank you for risking your lives for us every day that you are out on the force. You deserve so much more than a pat on the back. Thank you all for keeping my babies, myself and the rest of our community safe. You are all heroes in my eyes.

. . . and other Raves A RAVE TO good citizens who recognize that “pretty yellow-flower” for the menace to our wildlife it is and are busy pulling out scotch broom wherever they see it.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Northwest Women’s Chorale for singing a remarkable concert last Monday night with the Port Angeles Girls’ Ensemble. Beautiful music. A HUGE RAVE for the people in this community who work together to make it the best place in which to live.

A HUGE RAVE to the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office and the chain gang for picking up litter on Gasman Road this past week. And a rant to all those individuals who litter. A PURPLE RAVE for the Clallam County roadside mow person who took care around the wild purple lupin on Vogt Road in Port Angeles. You rock!

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Tennis players close at state PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

SEATTLE — North Olympic Peninsula tennis players came up just short of placing at the state Class 2A championships. Michael and Marcus Konopaski of Port Angeles finished one victory short of placing in the boys doubles competition at Nordstrom Tennis Center. Konopaski and Konopaski, who captured third place at the West Central District tournament last fall at the end of the boys tennis season, won their first state match 2-1 to advance to the quarterfinals. They defeated Michael Bosnar and Matt Jones of Ephrata 3-6, 7-6 (3), 6-2 in the first round. Bosnar and Jones played No. 1 and No. 2 singles, respectively, for Ephrata during the regular season, which combines with the girls team for spring matches. Michael and Marcus Konopaski lost in the quarterfinals to Kenny Saari and Daniel Blomdahl of W.F. West (Chehalis) 6-0, 6-0. Saari and Blomdahl won the District 4 district doubles title last fall in Longview. The loss sent the Roughrider pair to the fourth-seventh place semifinals, where they lost 2-1 to Joesph Chung and Jamison Simanson of Pullman. Chung and Simanson came from behind to beat Michael and Marcus Konopaski 3-6, 6-2, 6-2. The victory propelled the Pullman pair into the fourth-seventh place final against Nick Smith and Brady Anderson of Sehome (Bellingham).

Sequim pair at state The Wolves, meanwhile, had a girls doubles team at the 2A state tournament. Anna Prorok and Hannah Gauthun of Sequim lost a close heartbreaker in the consolation round to go two-and-out at state. In the first round, Carley Schmidt and Carly Riehl of West Valley (Yakima) defeated Prorok and Gauthun 6-2, 6-3. Schmidt and Riehl, who captured sixth place in state last year, won the district girls doubles championship. In the consolation quarterfinals, Prorok and Gauthun lost two extremely tight games to Kristi Floyd and Karli Floyd of Franklin Pierce. Floyd and Floyd won 7-5, 7-6 (5). The two teams played each other the week before for third place at the West Central District tournament at the Bremerton Tennis Club. The Franklin Pierce pair had won that match 6-2, 6-4. Prorok and Gauthun finished two wins from placing.

Power Lifting PA has 4 champs KINGSTON — Port Angeles High School captured four of five weight classes at the Battle for the Peninsulas Power Lifting championships. The invitational meet, at Kingston High School on Thursday night, was composed of all schools from the North Olympic and Kitsap peninsulas. The Roughriders sent eight athletes to the event. The lifts included power clean, parallel squats and bench press. TURN TO PREPS/B3

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Sequim’s Rylleigh Zbaraschuk jumps on home plate as her teammates await to celebrate her home run against host Selah in the first round of the 2A state tournament in Selah on Friday.

PA, Sequim fall short No trophies for teams at 2A state PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

SELAH — Port Angeles and Sequim both left the 2A state softball tournament at Carlon Park without a trophy. The Wolves made an earlier than expected exit after losing both of their games in the tournament. “Brutal,” coach Mike McFarlen said of Sequim’s tournament experience. The Roughriders, meanwhile, opened with a 6-3 win against Granite Falls before losing to defending state champion W.F. West and Sedro-Woolley. After rain delayed the start of the state tournament by six hours, Granite Falls opened the game with a pair of runs in the top of the first. But, Port Angeles’ bats answered, scoring three firstinning runs, adding two more in the second and another in the third to grab a comfortable 6-2 lead. Riders pitcher Sarah Steinman held off the Tigers after that. For the game, she struck

Carley Gouge of Port Angeles steals second against Granite Falls at the 2A state championships in Selah on Friday.

Softball out seven batters and allowed seven hits. Tori Kuch and Steinman each had two hits and an RBI. Carley Gouge also had two hits. Freshman Jaidyn Larson filled in for an ill Maddy Hinrichs at shortstop and contributed a big triple. In the Riders’ second game,

which didn’t begin until 10 p.m. Friday night, they hung with the reigning champs until the third inning when the Bearcats plated eight runs to take a 9-0 lead. W.F. West pitcher Mattie Boucher held Port Angeles to four hits and struck out seven to earn the win. “[Boucher] threw really hard, and they hit really well,” Riders coach Randy Steinman said. On Saturday morning, Port Angeles faced Sedro-Woolley,

which was coming off a latenight victory over Sequim. And like their rivals, the Riders were knocked out of the tournament by the Cubs. “They hit even better than W.F. West,” Randy Steinman said. Port Angeles (21-6) actually out-hit Sedro-Woolley 12-10, but were doomed by a 10-run second inning outburst by the Cubs. TURN

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Brocklesby wins state title Sequim’s McMullin third; PA’s Millsap claims seventh PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

TACOMA — Sequim senior Jayson Brocklesby ended his high school track and field career with a bang. He captured the Class 2A state championship in high jump with a height of 6 feet, 5 inches, beating out three other competitors for first by an inch during Friday’s finals. Brocklesby also claimed fifth place in the 400-meter sprint. “I was really pleased how Jayson competed at state,” Sequim head track and field coach Brad Moore said. It was looking bleak for

Track Brocklesby for awhile in high jump. “He was well behind the top four in the finals on misses,” Moore said. “If he was going to win, he had to win it outright.” And that’s exactly what Brocklesby did. He was the only one to clear 6-5 while three others had a best height of 6-4. Everyone missed at 6-6. “Jayson hung in there really well,” Moore said. Then on Saturday in the 400

finals, Brocklesby made it to the podium one more time by a fifthplace finish in a time of 49.92 seconds. Brocklesby is the first Sequim athlete to win at the state track meet since Frank Catelli won the shot put event in 2011 as a junior. Catelli switched spring sports to golf as a senior and didn’t got out to defend his shot title. He currently is competing in shot for the Seattle University track and field team. The 2013 2A championships were held at Mount Tahoma Stadium (Mount Tahoma High School) along with the 3A and 4A meets Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Sequim had one more athlete finish in the top three as senior Jasmine McMullin claimed third place in triple jump with a dis-

tance of 35 feet, 7 inches. McMullin just missed making a second trip to the podium in another event as she took ninth place in long jump with a leap of 16-07.25, missing eighth place by half an inch. “Overall, our kids did well,” Moore said. The competition was tougher than it has been in past years. For instance, the Wolves’ boys 4x100 relay team missed the finals despite running a blistering 43.77 seconds. “They ran a really good time but the competition was just too fast this year,” Moore said. Also finishing in the top 10 for the Wolves was senior Lopaka Yasumura, who claimed 10th place in shot put with a heave of 46-06.25 in the finals Friday. TURN TO TRACK/B3

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Scoreboard Area Sports Bowling LAUREL LANES Spring Classic No. 2 Men’s high game: Anthony Sanders, 246; men’s high series: Anthony Sanders, 646. Women’s high game: Claudia Elkhart, 207; women’s high series: Debbie Halverson, 480. Leading team: OFIMA. Spring Classic Men’s high game: Dave Jackson, 219; men’s high series: Dave Jackson, 593. Women’s high game: Brenda Haltom, 259; women’s high series: Brenda Haltom, 664. Leading team: Natural Trend. SEQUIM OLYMPIC LANES Thursday, May 16 Thursday 9-Pin No-Tap Men’s high game: Gordy Omdal, 232; men’s high series: Gunter Kessler, 533. Women’s high game: Dona Eby, 226; women’s high series: Marilyn Hooser, 470. Wednesday, May 15 Sequim Spring Classic Men’s high game: Eric Fetterman, 247; men’s high series: Eric Fetterman, 637. Women’s high game: Marilyn Hooser, 179; women’s high series: Nancy McPhee, 458. Leading team: Spirited Ventures. Thursday, May 9 Thursday 9-Pin No-Tap Men’s high game: Pete Centeno, 277; men’s high series: Cliff Silliman, 654. Women’s high game: Marilyn Hooser, 236; women’s high series: Joan Wright, 602. Wednesday, May 8 Sequim Spring Classic Men’s high game: Pete Centeno, 213; men’s high series: Pete Centeno, 553. Women’s high game: Ginny Bowling, 189; women’s high series: Joan Wright, 531. Leading team: SOL. PENINSULA GOLF CLUB Wednesday Merchant League — Week Five Team Points 1. AMSAN 79 2. Fryer Insurance 73.5 3. APS Electrical 67 4. Triggs Dental lab No. 2 66.5 5. Dream Team 62 6. Callis Insurance 57 7. Glass Services 56 8. John L. Scott 53 9. Les Schwab 49 10. Joshua’s 48.5 11. DeFrang Services 46 12. Elwood Allstate 43.5 13. D&K Painting 37 14. Lakeside Industries 36.5 15. Triggs Dental Lab N. 1 36 16. Peninsula College 34 17. Laurel Lanes No. 1 32 18. Laurel Lanes No. 2 31 19. Buck’s Hooligans 23.5 Division One (0 — 8 handicap) Gross: Paul Reed, 35; Rick Hoover, 35. Net: Greg Senf, 34; Mark Mast, 35; Dave Wahlsten, 35; Terry McDonald, 35; Jim Root, 35; Jeff James, 35; Tony Dunscomb, 35. Division Two (9 — 14 handicap) Gross: Crispin Lowder, 39; Mike Tetnowski, 43; Chris Hoare, 43. Net: Scott Spencer, 30; Steve Moreno, 30; Joe Gentry, 34; Mike Rogers, 34; Dan Mock, 35; Vern Elkhart, 35; Rochelle Hoffman, 35. Division Three (15 and up handicap) Gross: Debbie Jones, 49; Jamie Ballas, 31. Net: Ken Jacobsen, 32; Helen Arnold, 33; Bruce Johnstad, 35; Bill Pieratt, 36; Scott Schwagler, 36; Linda Chansky, 36; Charm Dunscomb, 36; Sue Barber, 36. Saturday, May 18 Men’s Club Sub Par Any Two Holes Gross: Gary Thorne, 69. Net: Jack Heckman, 64; Steve Main, 66; Gerald Petersen, 66; Bernie Anselmo, 66; Tom Lowe, 66; Jim Cole, 66. Team gross: Mike DuPuis and Gary Thorne, 66. Team net: Steve Main and Kit Metcalf, 59; Jack Heckman and JIm Cole, 60; Jim Cole and Gene Ketchum, 62; Bernie Anselmo and Gary McLaughlin, 63; Tom Lowe and Gary McLaughlin, 63; Tom Lowe and Bernie Anselmo, 63; Jack Heckman and Gene Ketchum, 63. Thursday Men’s Club Medal Play Gross: Mike DuPuis, 69; Gary Thorne, 69; Rob Botero, 72. Net: Andy Vanderweyden, 65; Bernie Anselmo, 65; Brian Duncan, 65; Buddy Fraser, 67; Sam Hurworth, 68; Andy Duran, 68; Leo Greenawalt, 69; Mike Ferong, 69; Gene Ketchum, 69. Team gross: Mike DuPuis and Rob Botero, 63; Mike DuPuis and Gary Thorne, 64; Rob Botero and Gary Thorne, 65. Team net: Bernie Anselmo an ddaryl Jensen, 57; Brian Duncan and Larry Aillaud, 60; Andy Vanderseyden and Dale Doran, 61; Brian duncan and Tom Lowe, 61; Sam Hurworth and Chuck Turner, 61; Andy Vanderweyden and Jack Munro, 62; Bernie Anselmo and Ray Dooley, 62; Daryl Jensen and Ray Dooley, 62; Gene Hitt and Mike Ferong, 62; Lyle Andrus and Gene Norton, 62. CEDARS AT DUNGENESS Thursday Merchant League Team Points 1. SkyRidge Golf Club 23.5 2. Eric’s RV Repair 21 3. Dungeness Plumbing 19 4. Sequim Plumbing 18.5 5. Eagle Home Mortgage 15.5 6. America’s Finest 15.5 7. Wash N Go Car Wash 15.5 8. Dungeness Tile And Stone 14.5 9. Dungeness Golf Shop 12 10. Double Eagle 12 11. Windermere Sequim East 12 12. Mischmidt 12 13. Jamestown Aces 12 14. Stymie’s Bar And Grill 7 Weekly results Sequim Plumbing 6.5, Stymie’s Bar And Grill 3.5 Dungeness Golf Shop 6.5, Dungeness Plumbing 3.5 SkyRidge Golf Club 8, Eagle Home Mortgage 2 Dungeness Tile and Stone 6, Double Eagle 4 America’s Finest 8, Windermere Sequim East 2 Jamestown Aces 5.5, Mischmidt 4.5

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Eric’s RV Repair 5, Wash N Go Car Wash 5 Low Handicap Division Gross: Gary Kettel, 33; Sid Krumpe, 34; Darren Stephens, 44; Kevin McComack, 45; Kris Lether, 45; Ken lane, 45; Steve Lewis, 45; Andy Borchers, 45. Net: Adam Mackay, 31; Jeff Jones, 34; Jerry Pedersen, 34; Jeremy Oliver, 35. Closest to pin No. 11 Low handicap division: Scott Mackay, 8 ft. 11 in. High handicap division: Brad Chitwood, 19 ft. 11 in. High handicap division Gross: Josh Francis, 43; Judy Reno, 47; Randy Beckman, 48; Brad Chitwood, 52; Kirk Gries, 52. Net: Jamie Horton, 34; Dave Whiteley, 35; Dean Norman, 35; Vern Ahrendes, 35. Closest to pin No. 11 Low handicap division: Jeff Jones, 7 ft. 4 in. High handicap division: Randy Beckman, 19 ft. 8 in. Lady Niners Bingo First place: Bonney Benson, Denise Bennett, Ginny Thompson and Donna MacLean — 6 Bingos. Second place: Lindsay Busch, Carol Inglesby, Terri Green and Judy Larrimore tied with Andie Grams, Lili Gomes and Pat Charters — 2 Bingos. Putts Division 1: Andie Grams, 16. Division 2: Terri Green, 16. Wednesday Men’s Club Shotgun — Two Best Net Per Hole First place: Verl Nelson, Darrell Waller and Dave Inglesby, 126. Second place: Jim Broadus, Nicolaas Holt and Bates Bankert, 127. Rodney Harp, Ken Johnson and Richard Hansen, 127. Closest to pin No. 4 Low division: Everett Thometz, 1 ft. 6 in. High division: Richard Hansen, 11 ft. 8 in. No. 11 Low division: Rodney Harp, 6 ft. 11. No. 8 Open: Robert Young, 5 ft. 1 in. DISCOVRY BAY Ladies Club Honest John First place: Sheila Kilmer, 91 and a predicted score of 92. Second place: Norma Lupkes, 112 and a predicted score of 108.

Baseball and Softball NORTH OLYMPIC LEAGUE Standings through Friday Cal Ripken Major Baseball American League Team W L Eagles 10 3 Elks 8 5 Swain’s 8 5 Local 155 5 9 National League Team W L Lions 13 1 Rotary 5 9 Laurel Lanes 2 11 Hi-Tech Electronics 2 12 Babe Ruth Major 12 U Softball Team W L Paint and Carpet Barn 6 3 Tranco Transmissions 6 2 Boulevard Wellness 5 4 Jim’s Pharmacy 4 5 PA Power Equipment 4 5 Olympic Labor Council 2 8 Babe Ruth 16 U Softball Team W L Kiwanis 5 0 KONP 5 1 Diamond Roofing 3 3 ILWU 2 4 West End 1 3 Albertson’s 1 6 Cal Ripken AAA Minor Baseball Team W L Frame & Eye 8 1 Nippon 6 3 Laurel Dental Clinic 4 5 Shaltry Orthodontics 0 9

Softball PA Parks and Recreation Adult League Standings through Friday, May 17 Men’s Purple Division Team W L Evergreen Collision 4 2 Elwha Braves 3 1 Ace Michael’s Inc. 3 2 Lincoln Coffeepot 3 2 Coo Coo Nest 3 3 U.S. Coast Guard 3 3 Moon Palace Bombers 0 6 Men’s Gold Division Team W L Cafe Redbirds 5 1 Next Door Gastropub 5 1 Elwha Young Gunz 3 3 Earth Tech Construct 3 3 Moose Lodge Bulls 2 4 All Weather Heating 0 6 Women’s Division Team W L Shirley’s Cafe 6 0 Al Millet Law Office 5 1 Shaltry and Rudd 4 2 Smuggler’s Landing 3 2 California Horizon 2 3 Elwha Bravettes 1 3 Extreme Sports Park 1 5 Airport Garden Center 0 6 Thursday’s results Lincoln Street Coffeepot 16, Elwha Braves 8 Ace Michael’s 11, Elwha Braves 7 California Horizon 6, Extreme Sports Park 4 Shirley’s Cafe 7, Elwha Bravettes 0 Elwha Bravettes 4, California HOrizon 1 Shirley’s Cafe 19, Shaltry and Rudd Orthodontics 11 Smuggler’s Landing 20, Airport Garden Center 0 Smuggler’s Landing 8, Shaltry and Rudd Orthodontics 6

Baseball Rangers 9, Mariners 5 Friday’s Game Seattle ab r hbi ab r hbi Andrus ss 4 1 1 1 MSndrs cf 4000 Morlnd 1b 5 2 2 0 Bay ph 1000 Brkmn dh 5 1 1 3 Ackley 2b 3000 Beltre 3b 5 0 2 0 Triunfl ph 1000 N.Cruz rf 3 2 1 1 Seager 3b 5131 Przyns c 4 1 1 0 KMorls dh 4121 JeBakr lf 2 1 2 2 Morse rf 5020 DvMrp ph-lf 2 0 1 2 Ibanez lf 4121 Gentry cf 4 0 1 0 Smoak 1b 4020 Profar 2b 4 1 1 0 Sucre c 4110 Ryan ss 4122 Totals 38 913 9 Totals 39 514 5 Texas 023 100 300—9 Seattle 111 000 002—5 DP—Texas 2, Seattle 1. LOB—Texas 6, Seattle 9. 2B—Moreland (13), Beltre (12), Seager 2 (15), Ibanez (4), Ryan 2 (4). HR—Berkman (4), Je.Baker (5). SF—Andrus. IP H R ER BB SO Texas Grimm W,4-3 61⁄3 10 3 3 0 5 2⁄3 1 Cotts 0 0 1 0 Frasor 1 0 0 0 0 1 2⁄3 3 J.Ortiz 2 2 1 0 1⁄3 0 Nathan S,15-15 0 0 0 1 Seattle J.Saunders L,3-5 5 8 6 6 2 7 Farquhar 12⁄3 3 3 3 0 1 Luetge 11⁄3 1 0 0 1 1 Capps 1 1 0 0 0 0 Umpires—Home, Cory Blaser; First, Jeff Nelson; Second, Ed Hickox; Third, Jim Joyce. T—3:08. A—22,053 (47,476). Texas

American League West Division W L Pct GB Texas 31 17 .646 — Oakland 26 23 .531 5½ Los Angeles 22 27 .449 9½ Seattle 20 28 .417 11 Houston 14 34 .292 17 East Division W L Pct GB New York 29 18 .617 — Boston 30 20 .600 ½ Baltimore 27 22 .551 3 Tampa Bay 24 23 .511 5 Toronto 20 29 .408 10 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 27 20 .574 — Cleveland 27 21 .563 ½ Chicago 22 24 .478 4½ Kansas City 21 25 .457 5½ Minnesota 19 27 .413 7½ Friday’s Games Baltimore 10, Toronto 6 Detroit 6, Minnesota 0 Boston 8, Cleveland 1 N.Y. Yankees 9, Tampa Bay 4 L.A. Angels 5, Kansas City 2 Chicago White Sox 4, Miami 3, 11 innings Oakland 6, Houston 5 Texas 9, Seattle 5 Saturday’s Games Baltimore 6, Toronto 5 Boston 7, Cleveland 4 L.A. Angels 7, Kansas City 0 Minnesota 3, Detroit 2 N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay, late Miami at Chicago White Sox, late Oakland at Houston, late Texas at Seattle, late Today’s Games Baltimore (Mig.Gonzalez 2-2) at Toronto (Jenkins 1-0), 10:07 a.m. Minnesota (Pelfrey 3-4) at Detroit (Scherzer 6-0), 10:08 a.m. Cleveland (Kluber 3-3) at Boston (Doubront 3-2), 10:35 a.m. N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 4-3) at Tampa Bay (Cobb 5-2), 10:40 a.m. L.A. Angels (Williams 3-1) at Kansas City (W.Davis 3-3), 11:10 a.m. Miami (Sanabia 3-6) at Chicago White Sox (Axelrod 2-3), 11:10 a.m. Oakland (Colon 4-2) at Houston (Keuchel 1-1), 11:10 a.m. Texas (Tepesch 3-4) at Seattle (Iwakuma 5-1), 1:10 p.m. Monday’s Games Baltimore at Washington, 10:05 a.m. Pittsburgh at Detroit, 10:08 a.m. Cleveland at Cincinnati, 10:10 a.m. Colorado at Houston, 11:10 a.m. Minnesota at Milwaukee, 11:10 a.m. St. Louis at Kansas City, 11:10 a.m. Miami at Tampa Bay, 12:10 p.m. Texas at Arizona, 12:40 p.m., 1st game San Francisco at Oakland, 1:05 p.m. San Diego at Seattle, 1:10 p.m. Atlanta at Toronto, 4:07 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox, 4:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at N.Y. Mets, 4:10 p.m. Philadelphia at Boston, 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers, 5:10 p.m. Texas at Arizona, 6:40 p.m., 2nd game

National League West Division W L Pct GB Arizona 27 21 .563 — Colorado 27 21 .563 — San Francisco 26 22 .542 1 San Diego 21 26 .447 5½ Los Angeles 19 27 .413 7 East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 28 18 .609 — Washington 25 23 .521 4 Philadelphia 23 25 .479 6 New York 17 27 .386 10 Miami 13 35 .271 16 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 31 16 .660 — Cincinnati 30 18 .625 1½ Pittsburgh 29 19 .604 2½ Milwaukee 19 27 .413 11½ Chicago 18 29 .383 13 Friday’s Games Washington 5, Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati 7, Chicago Cubs 4 N.Y. Mets 5, Atlanta 5, tie, 8 innings, susp., rain Chicago White Sox 4, Miami 3, 11 innings Milwaukee 2, Pittsburgh 1 Arizona 5, San Diego 2

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St. Louis 7, L.A. Dodgers 0 Colorado 5, San Francisco 0 Saturday’s Games Colorado at San Francisco, late Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati, late Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, late N.Y. Mets 5, Atlanta 5, tie, 8 innings, comp. of susp. game, late Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, late Miami at Chicago White Sox, late Philadelphia at Washington, late St. Louis at L.A. Dodgers, late San Diego at Arizona, late Today’s Games Chicago Cubs (Garza 0-0) at Cincinnati (Cueto 2-0), 10:10 a.m. Philadelphia (Hamels 1-7) at Washington (Strasburg 2-5), 10:35 a.m. Miami (Sanabia 3-6) at Chicago White Sox (Axelrod 2-3), 11:10 a.m. Pittsburgh (W.Rodriguez 5-2) at Milwaukee (Gallardo 3-4), 11:10 a.m. Colorado (Garland 3-5) at San Francisco (M.Cain 3-2), 1:05 p.m. San Diego (Marquis 6-2) at Arizona (Corbin 7-0), 1:10 p.m. St. Louis (S.Miller 5-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 5-2), 1:10 p.m. Atlanta (Teheran 3-1) at N.Y. Mets (Marcum 0-5), 5:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Baltimore at Washington, 10:05 a.m. Pittsburgh at Detroit, 10:08 a.m. Cleveland at Cincinnati, 10:10 a.m. Colorado at Houston, 11:10 p.m. Minnesota at Milwaukee, 11:10 p.m. St. Louis at Kansas City, 11:10 p.m. Miami at Tampa Bay, 12:10 p.m. Texas at Arizona, 12:40 p.m., 1st game San Francisco at Oakland, 1:05 p.m. San Diego at Seattle, 1:10 p.m. Atlanta at Toronto, 4:07 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox, 4:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at N.Y. Mets, 4:10 p.m. Philadelphia at Boston, 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers, 5:10 p.m. Texas at Arizona, 6:40 p.m., 2nd game

Basketball NBA Playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE Miami 1, Indiana 1 Wednesday, May 22: Miami 103, Indiana 102, OT Friday, May 24: Indiana 97, Miami 93 Today, May 26: Miami at Indiana, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28: Miami at Indiana, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 30: Indiana at Miami, 5:30 p.m. x-Saturday, June 1: Miami at Indiana, 5:30 p.m. x-Monday, June 3: Indiana at Miami, 5:30 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE San Antonio 2, Memphis 0 Sunday, May 19: San Antonio 105, Memphis 83 Tuesday, May 21: San Antonio 93, Memphis 89, OT Saturday, May 25: San Antonio at Memphis, late Monday, May 27: San Antonio at Memphis, 6 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 29: Memphis at San Antonio, 6 p.m. x-Friday, May 31: San Antonio at Memphis, 6 p.m. x-Sunday, June 2: Memphis at San Antonio, 6 p.m.

Hockey NHL Playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 1 Tuesday, May 14: Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 1 Friday, May 17: Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 3 Sunday, May 19: Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1, 2OT Wednesday, May 22: Pittsburgh 7, Ottawa 3 Friday, May 24: Pittsburgh 6, Ottawa 2 Boston 3, N.Y. Rangers 1 Thursday, May 16: Boston 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT Sunday, May 19: Boston 5, N.Y. Rangers 2 Tuesday, May 21: Boston 2, N.Y. Rangers 1 Thursday, May 23: N.Y. Rangers 4, Boston 3, OT Saturday, May 25: N.Y. Rangers at Boston, late x-Monday, May 27: Boston at N.Y. Rangers, TBD x-Wednesday, May 29: N.Y. Rangers at Boston, TBD WESTERN CONFERENCE Detroit 3, Chicago 1 Wednesday, May 15: Chicago 4, Detroit 1 Saturday, May 18: Detroit 4, Chicago 1 Monday, May 20: Detroit 3, Chicago 1 Thursday, May 23: Detroit 2, Chicago 0 Saturday, May 25: Detroit at Chicago, late x-Monday, May 27: Chicago at Detroit, TBD x-Wednesday, May 29: Detroit at Chicago, TBD Los Angeles 3, San Jose 2 Tuesday, May 14: Los Angeles 2, San Jose 0 Thursday, May 16: Los Angeles 4, San Jose 3 Saturday, May 18: San Jose 2, Los Angeles 1, OT Tuesday, May 21: San Jose 2, Los Angeles 1 Thursday, May 23: Los Angeles 3, San Jose 0 Today, May 26: Los Angeles at San Jose, 5 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 28: San Jose at Los Angeles, TBD

Transactions Baseball American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Placed RHP Pedro Strop on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Friday. Recalled RHP Steve Johnson from Norfolk (IL). CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Agreed to terms with OF Josh Richmond on a minor league contract. Reinstated INF Angel Sanchez from the 15-day DL and assigned him outright to Charlotte (IL). MINNESOTA TWINS — Optioned OF Oswaldo Arcia to Rochester (IL). Selected the contracts of RHP Samuel Deduno and RHP P.J.

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Walters from Rochester. Transferred RHP Tim Wood to the 60-day DL. NEW YORK YANKEES — Placed OF Curtis Granderson on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Brennan Boesch from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL). Claimed LHP David Huff off waivers from Cleveland. Designated LHP Francisco Rondon for assignment. TEXAS RANGERS — Claimed OF Joe Benson off waivers from Minnesota and optioned him to Frisco (TL). Transferred LHP Matt Harrison to the 60-day DL. Sent RHP Colby Lewis to Round Rock (PCL) for a rehab assignment. TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Optioned LHP Sean Nolin to New Hampshire (EL). Recalled RHP Thad Weber from Buffalo (IL). Sent RHP Josh Johnson to Buffalo (IL) for a rehab assignment. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Sent SS Willie Bloomquist to Reno (PCL) for a rehab assignment. LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Sent 3B Jerry Hairston Jr. to Rancho Cucamonga (Cal) for a rehab assignment. MIAMI MARLINS — Sent RHP Nathan Eovaldi to Jupiter (FSL) for a rehab assignment. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES — Placed 2B Chase Utley on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Tuesday. Transferred RHP Roy Halladay to the 60-day DL. PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Sent 2B Chase d’Arnaud and INF John McDonald to Indianapolis (IL) for rehab assignments. SAN DIEGO PADRES — Sent OF Cameron Maybin to Tucson (PCL) for a rehab assignment. WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Designated RHP Yunesky Maya for assignment. Selected the contract 2B Jeff Kobernus from Syracuse (IL). American Association EL PASO DIABLOS — Signed RHP Carlos Monasterios.


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SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2013

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Softball: Sequim’s power not enough CONTINUED FROM B1 The Riders almost got out of the inning before things went south. The bases were loaded, but there were two outs when an error allowed Sedro-Woolley to extend the inning. And the Cubs took full advantage of the extra opportunity, including a three-run homer by Kaylee Lamphiear. Port Angeles responded with a four-run third to cut the lead to 12-4, but the Cubs added a run in their half of the third and another in the fifth to put the mercy rule into effect. Hinrichs, the Riders’ top hitter, returned to the lineup and recorded a pair of hits. Sarah Steinman and Dove Lucas also had two hits, and each brought in a run. Port Angeles’ only senior, Raelyn Lucas, contributed a hit in her final high school game. “We had the bases loaded a few times, we just couldn’t get the key hit,” Randy Steinman said.

Port Angeles 6, Granite Falls 3 Granite Falls 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 — 3 7 Port Angeles 3 2 1 0 0 0 x — 6 7 WP- Steinman; LP- Harding Pitching Statistics Port Angeles: Steinman 7IP, 7H, 6K, 2BB. Hitting Statistics Granite Falls: Myntti 2-2, 2B; Munce 1-4, 2RBI. Port Angeles: Kuch 2-3, 2B, RBI; Steinman RBI; Larson 1-3, 3B; Gouge 2-3.

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W.F. West 10, Port Angeles 0 (5 innings) Port Angeles 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 4 3 W.F. West 0 1 8 0 1 — 10 10 1 WP- Boucher; LP- Steinman Pitching Statistics Port Angeles: Steinman 2 1/3IP, 4K, 5H, 3BB; Cristion 2 2/3IP, K, 5H, 3BB. W.F. West: Boucher 5IP, 7K, 4H, BB. Hitting Statistics Port Angeles: Gouge 1-1; Kuch 1-2; D. Lucas 1-2; R. Lucas 1-3. W.F. West: L. Reynolds 1-3, HR, 2RBI; C. Reynolds 3-3, 3RBI; Graham 2-3, 2B.

Sedro-Woolley 14, Port Angeles 4 (5 innings) Port Angeles 0 0 4 0 0 — 4 12 4 Sedro-Woolley 2 10 1 0 1 — 14 10 2 WP- Queen; LP- Steinman Pitching Statistics Port Angeles: Steinman 1 1/3IP, 2K, 3H, 2BB; Cristion IP, 4H, 2BB; D. Lucas 2 2/3IP, K, 3H, 2BB. Sedro-Woolley: Dude; Dude; Dude. Hitting Statistics Port Angeles: Hinrichs 2-4, 2B; Steinman 2-3, RBI; D. Lucas 2-3, RBI; Reid 1-3, RBI; R. Lucas 1-4. Sedro-Woolley: Lamphiear 1-4, HR, 3RBI.

Sequim drops two The Wolves, who were aiming to place at state for the third consecutive year, were unable to even advance to the tournament’s second day, falling 10-4 to Selah and then

up,” McFarlen said. “I was thinking, this is destiny, they’re going to do this.” But, the Wolves were unable to bring in any more runs and were eliminated from the tournament earlier than expected. All four of Sequim’s runs against the Cubs came from solo home runs. In the two games at state, Sequim hit six home runs. “And they didn’t just [barely] leave the park; they were bombs,” McFarlen said. However, McFarlen said LONNIE ARCHIBALD/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS the Wolves (21-4) didn’t hit like they had throughout Sequim shortstop Hannah Grubb dives in an attempt to stop a base hit most of the season, when against Sedro-Woolley at state Friday night. they had a .500 batting average as a team and only being eliminated with a 5-4 “Rylleigh carried us were even at 2-2 going into lost one game during the loss to Sedro-Woolley. against Selah,” McFarlen the seventh inning. regular season. Sequim had to open with said. The Cubs batted first, the hometown, districtBut, Selah put up five and scored three runs to Selah 10, Sequim 4 champion Vikings because runs in its half of the first, take a 5-2 lead. Sequim 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 — 4 10 2 it lost to Sumner in last and then held the Wolves’ In the bottom of the Selah 5 1 0 1 0 3 x — 10 13 1 WP- Zerr; LP- Makayla Bentz week’s West Central Dis- mighty bats scoreless until inning, the Cubs got two Hitting Statistics trict tournament, and had the seventh inning, when quick outs before the top of Seqium: Zbaraschuk 2-3, HR, 2RBI; Besand 2-4, Lewis 2-3. to settle for the district’s Sequim plated two more the order came to the plate. RBI; Selah: Steiner 3-3, RBI; Bersing 2-3, RBI. fifth seed at state. runs. Sequim catcher Bailey “It’s all about seeding, “We started slow in both Rhodefer swatted a home Sedro-Woolley 5, Sequim 4 and we didn’t play to our games, but the girls didn’t run, and Hannah Grubb did Sedro-Woolley 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 — 5 10 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 —4 9 0 level,” McFarlen said. quit,” McFarlen said. likewise to make it a 5-4 Sequim WP- Queen; LP- Makayla Bentz Rylleigh Zbaraschuk “They played their game. Hitting Statistics blasted a two-run homer in hearts out.” “We hit two homers, and Sedro-Woolley: Lamphiear 2-4, HR, RBI; Adams 3-3, 2B, RBI. the first inning to give On Friday evening, the our three and four batters Sequim: Rhodefer 1-3, HR, RBI; Grubb 1-4, HR, Sequim an early 2-0 lead. Wolves and Sedro-Woolley [in the lineup] were coming RBI; Clift 1-3, HR, RBI.

Track: Welever takes second in 1B 100 dash CONTINUED FROM B1 the 1B state track and field meet at Eastern Washington Sarah Hutchison took University on Saturday. Welever, among the top 13th place for Sequim in pole vault with a height of 9 feet. sprinters in the state all seaJunior Jolene Millsap led son, ran the 100 in 11.81 Port Angeles at the 2A meet seconds, just four-tenths of a by claiming seventh place in second behind state winner 100 meters in a time of 13.08 Kyle McCrea of Wellpinit seconds. (11.78 seconds). Teammate Elyse Welever added a fourthLovgren, a sophomore took place showing in the 20012th in long jump with a meter dash. distance of 15-10.25 while Crescent’s Josh Sowder Kyle Tupper claimed 12th in had a second-place showing the boy 3,200 in 9:48.75 on of his own, leading a Loggers Saturday, while he also was one-two finish in the shot 14th in the 1,600 in 4:30.6 on put with a heave of 43 feet Thursday. and 6.75 inches. Teammate Taking 13th place at Gene Peppard took third state was Port Angeles junior with a 42-01.75. Brittany Norberg, who threw Lummi’s Deion Hoskins the javelin 102 feet, 9 inches. won the event by almost a foot, 44-06.5. 1B Boys Sowder also placed third CHENEY — Clallam in the discus with a throw of Bay senior Justin Welever 121-04, and Derrick Findley grabbed a second-place fin- took third in javelin with a ish in the 100-meter dash at 157-01.

Donovan Christie gave Crescent another second place finish in the high jump, with a 6-02, which was surpassed only by a 1B statemeet record jump of 6-07 by Mansfield’s Macen McLean. It was Christie’s second consecutive runner-up finish in the event. McLean won the 2012 high jump title, as well. McLean also won the long jump title Saturday. Findley finished fourth (1908.5), and Clallam Bay’s Casey Randall took fifth, a half-inch shorter than Findley (19-08). Crescent sophomore Martin Waldrip contributed more points to the Loggers’ boys team score by taking fourth in the 3,200-meter run (10:46.10). In the boys triple jump, Neah Bay sophomore Elisha Winck placed fourth with a 39-10.5. McLean also won

this event with a jump of 44-10.5. Clallam Bay’s Jesse Wonderly finished in eighth place in the 800-meter run with a time of 56.54.

1B Girls On the girls side, Devanie Christie of Crescent medaled in the javelin with a throw of 106-09 that was good enough third place. Taholah’s Rachel Cheney won the even with a 110-03. Christie also finished fourth in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 17.7 seconds. Teammate Ryan Lester was right behind Christie, finishing in fifth place at 17.9 seconds. Mount Rainier Lutheran’s Rachel Siltman won the 100 hurdles with a dominating time of 16.51 seconds. Christie and Lester, along with Jandi Frantz and Kellie Belford, also ran with Cres-

cent’s 4x100 relay team that finished sixth. Bellford, Lester, Frantz and Nycole McNaughton took fourth in the 4x200 relay. Crescent’s Meghan Shamp had the best showing of North Olympic Peninsula athletes, placing fifth in the discus with a 95-08. Neah Bay’s Faye Chartraw took sixth in the discus (30-02.5), and Crescent’s Shannon Williams was eighth (28-05). Clallam Bay eighthgrader Molly McCoy placed eighth in the high jump with a 4-06 mark.

Two Redskins third at 1A meet CHENEY — Skyler Coppenrath and Jewel Johnson both earned third-place finishes for Port Townsend at Eastern Washington Univer-

sity. Coppenrath took third in the boys triple jump with a 41-09, and Johnson was third in the girls 100-meter dash with a time of 26-15 seconds. Johnson also placed sixth in the 200. Also for the Redskins, Rebecca Stewart claimed sixth in the 300 hurdles and seventh in the girls triple jump, and Patricia Reeves was 13th in the high jump. Chimacum’s Daryl Settlemire earned fifth place in the boys discus with a throw of 153-05, and Forks’ Miguel Morales was 14th (113-10). Morales’ teammate Shane WhiteEagle finished 13th in the shot put. Bailey Castillo of Chimacum placed seventh in the girls javelin, and teammate Rafael Pagasian of Chimacum was eighth in the long jump.

Mariners drop seventh straight in 9-5 loss to Texas BY TIM BOOTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEATTLE — A flurry of roster moves and Joe Saunders pitching at Safeco Field, where he had never lost, couldn’t snap Seattle’s skid. Make it seven straight losses for the quickly fading Mariners. Jeff Baker hit a two-run homer and Lance Berkman added a three-run shot, both off Saunders, and the Rangers beat the Mariners 9-5 in Seattle’s return home from a road trip Friday night. Saunders (3-5) entered the night 9-0 at Safeco Field, including a 3-0 mark with a 0.94 ERA this season.

But he gave up six earned runs and eight hits in just five innings and his ERA jumped from 0.94 at home this season to 2.67, thanks to the Rangers. “This one is on me,” Saunders said. “It’s my fault.” Baker’s shot in the second inning gave the Rangers the lead, but it was Berkman’s fourth homer of the season into the left-field seats that broke the game open in the third and sent Saunders to his first career loss at Safeco Field. It was the first homer for Baker since May 10 and first for Berkman since May 11. In the hours between Wednesday’s loss in Anaheim against the Angels

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Seattle relief pitcher Lucas Luetge wipes his face in the dugout during the eighth inning of the Mariners loss to Texas on Friday. and Friday’s opener against Texas, the Mariners sent slumping catcher Jesus Montero to Triple-A in the hopes of igniting his lack-

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luster bat and designated for assignment infielder Robert Andino. The roster moves weren’t unexpected, but they failed

to give Seattle a jolt on the field. If there’s any solace for Seattle, its losing streak has a chance at ending in the next two days with Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma finishing out the series against the Rangers. Saunders was unable to be that answer. “He struggled,” Seattle manager Eric Wedge said. “He still battled and got us through five innings, but he threw a lot of pitches. He made some mistakes and they got to him.” Seattle’s slump took an added twist thanks to a botched call by first base umpire Jeff Nelson in the second inning. Jesus Sucre hit a

grounder to Mitch Moreland at first, who threw down to second to get the lead runner. The relay from Elvis Andrus back to first was in time to get Sucre but the throw was caught by Texas starter Justin Grimm running over to cover and not Moreland, whose foot was on the bag. Nelson missed that it was Grimm who caught the throw and called Sucre out. Wedge went out to argue, but his argument was that Moreland had pulled his foot off the bag. He didn’t realize until watching the replay later that it was Grimm who caught the throw and it never reached Moreland’s glove.

Bird optimistic after knee surgery THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEATTLE — Sue Bird isn’t gearing up for the start Port Angeles almost of the WNBA season for the Baseball Former Sequim softball first time in her 11-year swept all five weight standouts Lea Hopson and All-Nisqually career. classes. Maddy Zbaraschuk, who The Seattle Storm star League Rider champions were were stars during the point guard is recovering CHIMACUM — Four Miki Andrus at 145 Wolves’ perfect state chamfrom recent left knee surpionship season in 2011, Chimacum players received gery, which will sideline her pounds, Eagle Lucas at both were honored recently. all-Nisqually League base- for the entire summer sea165, Matt Robbins at 205 Hopson, who just comson that began this weekball honors. and Nick Lasorsa at unlimpleted two years at College end and runs through Sophomore outfielder ited. of Southern Idaho, signed a August. Drew Yackulic was selected Lucas was named the letter of intent to play softBird had surgery on a by league coaches to the pound-for-pound best lifter ball at Division I Texas cyst in her knee on May 9. first team while senior for the second year in a Tech. She’s optimistic her knee Hopson recently was Kolby Schreier made the row. will heal in time for her to voted Region 18 player of play in Russia this fall and second team as a utility Also participating for the year, and she also was return to the Storm next player. the Rideers were Ozzie named to the Junior Colspring. Honorable mention Swagerty at 145, Lambros lege All-American first “I’m doing well,” said went to junior Alex Morris Bird in a recent phone Rogers at 165, and Roberto team. Coronel and Paul VanRosZbaraschuk, meanwhile, and sophomore Myles interview from her sister’s Hundley. will play for the Polish sen at unlimited. home in Connecticut. “I’m

about almost two weeks post-op and had my followup appointment, everything’s good. It’s a waiting game now.” The WNBA All-Star and former UConn player is no stranger to surgeries — it’s her fourth in six years. The 32-year-old Bird had her left knee scoped in 2007, right hip labrum repaired in 2011 and the left one done in October. That doesn’t even include the surgeries she’s had for three broken noses since 2004. Still none of those put her out for the year. She’s only missed 22 games in her pro career, a total that will double this season. But she’ll still follow the game and provide commentary

for ESPN during it WNBA telecasts. Joining her on the injured list is former MVP Lauren Jackson, who also will miss the entire season because of hamstring surgery. She played just nine games for the Storm last summer because of Olympic commitments with the Australian team. Bird averaged 12.2 points and 5.3 assists for Seattle last season. Bird and Jackson combined to average 32 points for the Storm in 2010, when they both played full seasons. This month, Bird had surgery to fill the cyst and not remove it, which is normally the case. The surgeon used bone from her hip to “fill the area up.”


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Fund challenges pet-adoption myths IF SOMEONE ELSE pays the adoption fee when you adopt a pet, does it change how much you “value” the animal as a member of your family? How you answer that question may reveal how you feel about many of the changes currently under way in the shelter and rescue community. It has long been a core belief in the community that people who didn’t pay for a pet were more likely to “get rid of it” for pretty much any reason at all — or for no reason at all. In recent years, though, organizations such as Maddie’s Fund, the Association of Shelter Veterinarians and the No-Kill Advocacy Center have challenged those views and many others, working to increase the number of homeless animals placed in good homes by changing the way shelters do business. One of the first things they looked at: the idea that adoption fees help pets find better homes. After Maddie’s Fund experimented with paying the adoption fees for a relatively small adoption drive, the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine tracked the people and the pets they adopted. They found that the overwhelming majority of the animals were still in their homes months later, most sleeping on the beds of the people who adopted them. This year, Maddie’s Fund has expanded its adoption drive. On June 1 and 2, more than 200 shelters and rescue groups from eight communities in five states will participate in the fourth annual Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days, with Maddie’s Fund ready with $4 million to provide the adoption fees that shelters and rescue groups are counting on. Adoption drive organizers hope to place 5,000 pets in new

— and with some, I hope, who’ll adopt a pet! We are pet-loving societies forever homes, here in the United States and Gina to the Canada, and Maddie’s is truly on Spadafori adding nearly 7,000 to something here. In providing pets placed in shelters and rescue groups with the three prior, the resources to change how they more geograph- work with their communities, ically limited they’re giving them room to events. (For change — for the better. locations and It’s a pretty good bet that more informa5,000 pets will find new homes tion, visit during Maddie’s Pet Adoption Adopt.Maddies- Days as planned, but it’s just as fund.org.) likely that more hearts will be A few years changed forever by drives like ago, I would have been in the these than can be filled by shel“people value what they pay for” ters operating on their own. camp. And that’s great news for pets I ran a breed rescue for a cou- and the people who love them. ple of years, taking in and rehoming about 200 dogs in that Q&A — with Dr. Marty time. Becker You definitely can get burned Q: My daughter has ringout and cynical when dealing worm, and her pediatrician with people who are giving up said our cat is the likely pets. source. But the relatively few “bad My husband and I caught eggs” in the pet-owner population seem to get concentrated into the it, too. Is there something we can “baskets” of rescuers and shelter do to treat this? We’re tired of workers. It’s easy to start thinking that itching. — via Facebook pretty much everyone is a petA: Ringworm typically shows dumping jerk, even those who up as a red, hairless patch on don’t want to give up pets but people or pets, often in the shape have to, such as when someone of a ring. loses their home. But it’s caused by a fungus, There will always be some not a worm of any kind. people who don’t do right by We veterinarians are exposed their pets, but studies show that to ringworm in our patients so most people truly are doing the often that getting a case of it ourvery best they can for the pets selves is not uncommon. they consider family. Even if Fortunately, it’s not considered sometimes the “best” is finding a serious condition, in either pets another home. When you stop looking at or people, even if it is an itchy everyone as an enemy, you can one. ask your communities for help — I’m going to assume that and you’ll get it. That’s why this you’re asking about treatment for year I volunteered to help Madyour cat, since I hope you die’s Fund spread the word of wouldn’t be asking a veterinarthis year’s Pet Adoption Days. ian for human medical advice For weeks now, I’ve been helping (although it surely wouldn’t be the group connect with people the first time). who will share the information You need to take your cat in

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for diagnosis and treatment. Your daughter’s pediatrician’s educated guess may be correct, but your veterinarian needs to confirm it. Do be aware that while you can get ringworm from a pet, you’re more likely to get it from another person. Places such as locker rooms are common areas where funguses might live, since moist, warm areas are a perfect breeding ground for them. Protect yourself by wearing sandals in locker rooms and communal showers, and by not sharing towels with anyone. (When you get ringworm from a locker room, it’s referred to as “athlete’s foot.”) While dogs, cats and many other animals can get ringworm, cats are more likely to pick it up than other pets. To prevent the fungus from spreading, promptly take your pet to the veterinarian for diagnosis, treatment and a strategy to prevent a repeat infection. Ringworm can certainly be ugly and itchy, but it’s usually not hard to cure in people or animals, and is typically treated with cream and pills.

The Buzz — with Dr. Marty Becker and Gina Spadafori ■ There’s nothing that drives a dog crazier than itching, and nothing that drives the dog’s owner to the veterinarian more quickly than scratching. That may be why three of the top 10 reasons that dog owners took their pets in for medical care in 2012 involved skin issues, according to the pet-health insurance company VPI. The Brea, Calif.-based VPI is the largest insurer of pet health in the country, and every year, it issues a list of the top claims for dogs and cats. While itching was the top reason why dogs saw the veterinar-

ian, urinary-tract problems led the list for cats, followed by dental disease and hyperthyroidism. VPI’s data are based on an analysis of almost a half-million cats and dogs covered by the insurance. ■ A top racing greyhound running at full speed can hit 43 mph. Racehorses can go just a little faster. The cheetah can smoke them both, though, hitting 70 mph in full flight. ■ The maker of a sugar-free gum that guarded information about xylitol being an ingredient changed its policy after veterinarians pressed on behalf of poisoned pets. Xylitol is a replacement for sugar in many gums, candies and other products meant for human consumption, but the substance can be lethal to pets. The Veterinary Information Network News Service (news.vin. com) reported that the makers of Stride gum required veterinarians inquiring about xylitol levels to sign a nondisclosure agreement before it released information, causing a delay in treatment. The change in policy brought the company in line with the rest of the industry. The ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center has tracked xylitol poisoning in pets since 2007; in 2012, it logged more than 3,000 calls on products containing the sweetener.

_________ Pet Connection appears every Sunday and is produced by a team of petcare experts headed by veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker and journalist Gina Spadafori. The two are the authors of several best-selling pet-care books. Email them at petconnection@gmail. com or visit www.pet connection.com. Or write to them c/o Universal/UClick, 1130 Walnut St., Kansas City, MO 64106.

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San Francisco park hike strikes gold A VISIT TO San Francisco demands at least one hike in Golden Gate Park. Fortunately, our son lives within four blocks of one entrance, so we usually manage to squeeze in at least two “strolls in the park.� There are other green oases within the city, and on our last trip, we finally had the time to do his favorite city hike. There are actually hiking clubs that seek out these trails, and there are many of them.

Mount Sutro climb We hiked about a thousand feet up Mount Sutro and above the Parnassus campus for the University of California, San Francisco, medical college. The Stanyon Street entrance is from a city sidewalk to a wooden staircase that appears to be a private entrance. The hike is part of the Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve and climbs through a forest of giant eucalyptus trees. They tower above dense

Winter wrens and sirens don’t go together. Once the summit was reached, undergrowth Joan we were in the middle of a small and create a meadow of wildflowers surCarson rain forest in rounded by the forest. the middle of The plants were in full bloom San Francisco. and most of them familiar. It was a However, one tall, spiky flower happy surprise head still needs identifying. to hear the This blossom was at least 18 Swainson’s inches tall and made up of hunthrushes calldreds of tiny flowers. ing. It was a pale purple or lavenThey were der color and was loved by the my first for this hummingbirds and bees. spring. There is one hummingbird we Robins could be heard look for when visiting San Franthroughout the hike, and the cisco, and it is one that is easily house finches also were singing confused with the more familiar nonstop. rufous. Another song just didn’t feel right. Hummingbirds afield It was the sewing-machine The Allen’s hummingbirds chatter of winter wrens. There is obviously a good pop- were all over these tall flowers, along with several Anna’s humulation of these denizens of the mingbirds. deep woods. Our son has wanted to introTo hear them and the distant duce us to this trail for many sounds of a major city created some interesting mental gyramonths, and after the hike, we tions. share his enthusiasm.

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We’ll do it again just as we do Golden Gate Park. During one stroll in the park’s Botanical Gardens, a pair of black phoebe flycatchers surprised us with something new. These handsome birds easily get your attention if they are around. They are always near water. Any stream or pond in regions where they are found usually has its own pair. We almost missed the pair occupying a pond we had to cross. They were feeding young right under our feet. A small bridge crossed the pond, and it was so low it seemed to touch the water. One phoebe flew to where we were standing and watching a pair of Canada geese. It dropped low and flew under the bridge right where we stood. It didn’t fly through and in seconds came out on the same side to land on some nearby cattails. Its mate had been perched on a rock, waiting. Once the coast was clear, it

also flew under the bridge. Both birds showed no fear and continued feeding while we stood and watched. I wanted to try to peer under the bridge but would have had to lie across the trail to do so. Even if it was a quiet day in the park, I just couldn’t do it. We did worry a bit about the babies because some large carp were hanging about. If one should fall from the nest, it will be fish food. You must tell yourself the parents know what they are doing. There are always black phoebe in this spot, even though they are being raised just inches from a watery plunge. Between the hike on Mount Sutro and some walks in Golden Gate Park, this was the best trip ever to San Francisco. Who knows what we’ll discover on the next trip.

________ Joan Carson’s column appears every Sunday. Contact her at P.O. Box 532, Poulsbo, WA 98370, with a selfaddressed, stamped envelope for a reply. Email: joanpcarson@comcast.net.

Briefly . . . ments investigation, the Rayonier Mill Off-Property Soil Dioxin Study (dioxins in Port Angeles area soils), the North Olympic Peninsula regional background study, western Port Angeles HarSEQUIM — Soroptimist bor (Nippon and areas of International of Sequim is Ediz Hook), PenPly and the accepting applications for its marine trades area (central Continuing Education Schol- portion of the harbor). arships. DeFur will present a Applicants must be summary of the status of female graduates of Sequim these efforts and give his High School or have a legal opinions. address within the Sequim He is serving as the School District boundaries. Olympic Environmental They also must have Council’s technical adviser completed one year of poston the Port Angeles projects. secondary education and be For more information, continuing their education email Darlene Schanfald at this fall. darlenes@olympus.net. Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded, and Officers installed applications must be postSEQUIM — The Sequim marked by July 15. Prairie Garden Club will Applications can be downloaded at sisequim.org install officers for the 20132015 term during a lunby clicking on “Educational cheon at the Pioneer MemoSupport� or phoning Linda Klinefelter at 360-460-5522. rial Park clubhouse, 387 E. Washington St., at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 3. Kids concert set Officers being installed PORT ANGELES — are Laura Singer, president; Portland, Ore.-based chilSusan Shiffman, first vice dren’s musician Cat Doorpresident; Sarah Myers, secman (aka Julianna Bright) ond vice president; Tomi will perform at the Port Belgard, secretary; and Angeles Library, 2210 S. Wanda Bean, treasurer. Peabody St., at 6:30 p.m. The garden club holds Tuesday. monthly meetings at “Cat Doorman Songbook� 10:30 a.m. the first Monday is Julianna’s first album of of the month, except for July music for children and was and August or when the recorded in her home with first Monday falls on a holimembers of The Decemday, at the clubhouse at Pioberists, Corin Tucker Band, neer Memorial Park. Built to Spill and Old Light. The club maintains and This program is free and improves Pioneer Memorial open to the public. Park and the clubhouse. Phone 360-417-8500, ext. Phone 360-808-3434. 7705, or email youth@nols. org. Lincoln open house

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PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles High School junior Ashlee Reid has been accepted to attend the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Introduction Mission this summer. AIM is a one-week program that gives participants the opportunity to explore whether the academy is a good fit for their future. Maj. Leo Campbell, one of two Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps instructors who guides the

Port Angeles High School officer for the Port Angeles pany also is guided by Master Chief Petty Officer Jeff Roughrider Company, NJROTC program. PAHS Roughrider Com- Perry. reported that only 500 students are accepted to the AIM program nationwide.

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PORT ANGELES — Lincoln High School, 924 W. Ninth St., will hold an open house from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Prospective students and their families are invited to meet Lincoln teachers and the principal. Lincoln is near the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center, giving students the opportunity to take vocational classes. Skills Center Director Ron Craig will be available to give tours during the open house. Light refreshments will be served. Phone 360-452-9502. Peninsula Daily News

Port Angeles High School junior Ashlee Reid, center, will attend the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Introduction Mission this summer. From left are Port Angeles High’s Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps instructor, Master Chief Petty Officer Jeff Perry; Tammy Reid, Ashlee’s mother; father Jason Reid; and NJROTC instructor Marine Maj. Leo Campbell.

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Couple consider abused girl’s return DEAR ABBY: Some time ago, my husband and I became foster parents to a little girl who had been seriously abused. After we had cared for her only seven months, she was returned to her parents. Shortly after that, the mom signed guardianship over to the grandmother, and now the grandmother is considering putting the child back into the system. This is a girl with “difficult” issues. Although I deeply loved her, the time she was with us was very challenging and hard. Do I sign up for a life filled with uncertainty and give this child a shot at stability? Or do I pray that she will find the perfect home to meet all her needs? Uncertain About the Future Dear Uncertain: Only you

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can decide whether you are up to the challenge of trying to fix this damaged girl. There are no guarantees, and it is no disgrace to admit this is more than you feel you can man-

age. However, if you feel that you and your husband can make a difference, it is important that you know you won’t be alone in trying to handle her emotional issues. In this country, support systems for children are better than they are for adults.

Your county mental health department can guide you, and if there are medical schools nearby, they may sponsor programs to train young psychiatrists who can also help you. Dear Abby: My husband and I have been married for 18 years. Our marriage has had its ups and downs. Last year, we separated for eight months. We decided to stay married and are now again living together. I found out not long ago that he slept with my daughter’s best friend. I am horrified that he’d do such a thing because as a teenager, she would hang out at our home. I feel that what he did should have never happened. Although I would like to think our marriage can be repaired, I

still have my doubts. I can’t stop thinking about the Should I feel this way or let boy who was his victim. the past stay in the past? Should I tell the police? Looking for Answers Somewhere in the South in Oklahoma Dear Somewhere: It is the Dear Looking for Answers: group leader’s responsibility to Not every woman would forgive contact the authorities if a group an affair that seems this uncom- member is a danger to himself or fortably “incestuous.” others. A counselor may be able to If this happened when the help you sort out your feelings, man was 12, what would it and joint marriage counseling accomplish to report it at this should definitely be considered point? before you make up your mind. Because this has been preying on your mind, you should talk Dear Abby: What is a man’s with the group leader about the ethical responsibility when he matter. hears of a crime in group therapy? _________ While attending a Narcotics Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Anonymous meeting, I heard a Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, man confess that he had dropped and was founded by her mother, the late a cinder block on a boy’s head Pauline Phillips. Letters can be mailed to when he was 12. Dear Abby, P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, The man was never arrested CA 90069 or via email by logging onto www.dearabby.com. for the crime.

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PORT ANGELES — Garrett Leffers, a Peninsula College student and Port Angeles Anytime Fitness intern, has designed a $1,000 weight-loss challenge for Clallam County residents. Leffers suggested a weight-loss challenge for a marketing project, and Anytime Fitness owner Colton Boddy donated $1,000 for a prize while Leffers came up with contest guidelines. The contest is free and open to all residents of Clallam County and will run from June 1 to Aug. 14. Participants must weigh in at Port Angeles Anytime

Fitness at the beginning, midway and at the end of the competition. (Contestants do not have to be an Anytime Fitness member). Initial weigh-ins are slated for the Port Angeles Anytime Fitness, 112 S. DelGuzzi Drive, No. 5, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday; from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, May 31; and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 1. Participants can work out anywhere and in any way they wish, and can use any nutritional plan. The winner will be based solely on the total body fat percentage lost. Leffers designed the challenge as a way to inspire the community. For more information, phone Anytime Fitness at 360-457-3200.

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles High School senior Erin Hennessey has been named the Port Angeles Rotary Student of the Month for April. Erin ranks second in her class with a gradepoint average of 3.99. She has won the Port Angeles Symphony’s Young Artist and the Junior Young Artist competitions. Erin also has won first place in the State Solo & Ensemble Competition. She is also a National Merit finalist. Erin is president of the PAHS Gay-Straight Alliance and the PAHS Science Club, and has participated on the school’s cross-country team and in ballet. She is the daughter of Kathie and Bill Hennessey.

Port Angeles Rotary Student of the Month Erin Hennessey, left, is presented with a certificate by Holly McKeen, chair of the club’s Students of the Month committee.

“Bidder 70” will be held at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2333 San Juan Ave., at 7 p.m. Thursday. Admission is by donation. Newcomers meet The film is presented by the QUUF Green SanctuPORT ANGELES — ary Committee. Clare Manis Hatler will In 2008, University of discuss the discovery of the Manis mastodon at a New- Utah economics student and Unitarian Universalist comers’ Club of the OlymTim DeChristopher dispic Peninsula luncheon rupted Bureau of Land Tuesday, June 4. Management oil and gas The luncheon will be held at the Red Lion Hotel, auction by bidding in the name of climate justice. 221 N. Lincoln St., with The film follows socializing at 11:30 a.m., DeChristopher, Bidder No. followed by lunch and the 70, from college student to presentation. Manis Hatler’s late hus- incarcerated felon. He bid millions of dolband found mastodon bones on their Sequim-area lars he didn’t have to save thousands of acres of land property in 1977. surrounding U.S. national She will discuss what it was like to be at the center parks that were slated for oil and gas leases. of an archaeological site DeChristopher, who was that proved people lived jailed the past several and hunted in the area more than 13,000 years ago. years, recently has been released and has been RSVP to Becky Archer accepted at the Harvard at 360-582-0659 or becky School of Divinity. 22ann@yahoo.com by this Free on-site child care Wednesday. will be provided. An RSVP is accepted, but walk-ins ‘Bidder 70’ film are welcome. PORT TOWNSEND — To RSVP, phone Helen A screening of the film Kolff at 360-379-4858.

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ating high school seniors during a recent Scholarship Recognition Night. Community donors and local organizations gave about $403,900 in award money, which combined with college awards yielded $1,733,000 for Port Angeles High School students. The total amount includes four-year renewable awards. Donors review student scholarship notebooks and make the scholarship recommendations. Peninsula Daily News will publish a special section listing of North Olympic Peninsula high school scholarship recipients in the Friday, June 28, edition. Port Angeles High School will hold its graduation ceremony in the school gymnasium, 304 E. Park Ave., at 8 p.m. Friday, June 14. Admittance is by advance ticket only. Lincoln High School’s graduation ceremony will be held in the Little Theater at Peninsula College, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 13. Tickets are not required to attend the Lincoln graduation.

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PORT TOWNSEND — The Jefferson County Community Foundation’s Fund for Women and Girls has released its 2013 request for proposals. During the annual educational soiree in April, participants selected “EcoPrevent diabetes nomic Opportunities for PORT ANGELES — An Women of All Ages” as the in-depth diabetes-prevenfocus of this year’s $3,000 tion program authored by grant. The mission of the the federal Centers for Dis- JCCF Fund for Women and ease Control and PrevenGirls is to empower women tion will be offered by and girls through local Washington State Univerinvestment in their future. sity Clallam County ExtenThe fund seeks propossion beginning Tuesday, als from local nonprofit June 11. organizations to provide a A trained lifestyle coach program or project that will facilitate this 16-week will increase access to group program, with partraining, career developticipants meeting at the ment, continuing educaPort Angeles Senior Center, tion, parenting skills and/ Scholarship funds 328 E. Seventh St., from or child care for low-income 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays PORT TOWNSEND — women. The Jefferson County Com- through Oct. 15. Thanks to funds raised Sessions are designed to at the soiree, the Port munity Foundation is help attendees develop life- Townsend Wearable Art accepting applications for the Deb Johnson Memorial long healthy living skills Show and other events through step-by-step Endowed Scholarship and such as Yoga from the the Barbara Marseille Arts changes. Heart and Judith Bird’s Following the 16 weekly Trunk Show, the fund’s Scholarship. core sessions, lifestyle The deadline for appliendowment currently has coaches will offer a monthly more than $120,000 in cations is Friday. Johnson, who served as post-core session to help assets. dean of the Peninsula Col- participants transition from The request for proposlege Port Townsend branch frequent group support to als is available at jccfgives. maintaining lifestyle from 1992-2009, has an org/funds. changes independently. endowed fund in memory Proposals with attachThe course fee is $75 of her contributions and ments are due by 5 p.m. and includes a participant commitment to education Friday, July 19. notebook and materials. for young people in JefferThey can be sent via The CDC developed the son County. email to carla@jccfgives.org Established in Johnson’s National Diabetes Prevenor by mail to JCCF, P.O. tion Program based on a memory by her husband, Box 1955, Port Townsend, major multicenter clinical Craig, the fund will award WA 98368. research study that found two scholarships, each for The fund’s grant comthat participants were able $500, this spring. mittee will review the proto reduce their risk for Type Qualified candidates posals and announce a 2 diabetes by 58 percent. will be seniors heading to recipient by Sept. 15. To register, phone 360college this fall or students For more information 379-5610, ext. 200, or 360currently enrolled in a colabout the fund and/or a 385-0843. lege program. copy of the request for proMarseille is rememposals, email Caldwell at bered by her husband, Don, Students awarded carla@jccfgives.org or PORT ANGELES — through an arts scholarphone 360-385-1729 or ship to encourage people to Port Angeles High School 360-301-5636. staff recognized 118 gradupursue their passions in Peninsula Daily News


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Caterpillar control: Stop plant gluttons I’VE RECEIVED DOZENS of emails and phone messages — plus questions while waiting in line at the supermarket, and even the PDN publisher contacted me — about those pesky, atrocious, unsightly tent caterpillars. So here’s a full-blown column about Malacosoma californicum pluviale (better known as the Western tent caterpillar). These wiggling masses of white-orange-and-black caterpillars are the larvae form of brown, stubby-looking moths that will emerge from cocoons in late June or July to mate and lay eggs. Any person who even halfway cares for his or her yard is alarmed by the destruction those ravenous demons seem to wreak upon a prize tree or plant. Feeding damage typically occurs in May and June. Even a single egg cluster, which can consist of a hundred eggs, when laid on a section of a small bush or small shrub, can hatch out and eat up to 20 per-

A GROWING CONCERN cent of that plant’s foliage. May When several egg clusters are laid in a tree or plant, which is normally the case, complete defoliation can occur — and it often does. These caterpillars are always around in some degree every spring — though some infestations, like this year’s, can seem almost biblical in nature. Try to control yours as early as possible. Strip or prune out the tentlike nests found at the end of branches as soon as they appear. Remove the nest in the early morning or evening, when most of the caterpillars will be inside.

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The best control is to get out a ladder and with your glove-covered hand destroy the tent or place it in a garbage bag tied completely shut when finished (don’t allow an escape route). Chemical insecticides offer poor control due to the tent caterpillars’ protective tent, their large numbers and the difficulty spraying, especially in large trees. Using B.t. (Bacillus thuringiensis), a host-specific bacteria that controls all caterpillars, is highly effective if used early and sprayed all over the infected plant’s leaves. When tent caterpillars digest B.t-treated leaves, they stop eating and in a few days die of starvation, which is definitely poetic justice. Please do not burn the tents. That’s a stupid, accident-prone way of handling the problem. Nature is on your side, too, because not only do some birds eat the young, but the tachinid fly lays its eggs on the caterpillar

together to form their tents. They start eating at an astonishing rate, consuming more than their own body weight each and every day. But soon, they migrate, breaking up into groups and forming Usually no long-term damage larger tents. Then they crawl off to a proEven though it looks horrible tected spot to cocoon themselves — numerous silken, excrementand hatch into moths a week or laden tents — and it sends your two later. anxiety levels sky-high, most During the flight period in trees and plants suffer very little July, egg sacks (that means new long-term damage. caterpillars next spring) will Indeed, most of your infected often be laid on buildings or light botanicals will start regrowing poles. leaves by midsummer. OK, now that I’ve handled Severe defoliation does, however, set up your plants for attack tent caterpillars, I’m ready for your questions about horsetail. from other bugs or diseases because of how severely stressed ________ they are without their leaves. Andrew May is an ornamental horticulThus, keep your infected plants or trees well-watered, fer- turist who dreams of having Clallam and Jefferson counties nationally recognized as tilized and mulched. “Flower Peninsula USA.” In other words, treat them Send him questions c/o Peninsula Daily with tender, loving care. News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA When the egg cluster first 98362, or email news@peninsuladailyhatches, the young stay roughly news.com (subject line: Andrew May).

beds, and when their eggs hatch, the young eat the caterpillars. It is the classic predator-prey cycle. As the population of caterpillars thrives, so does the number of predators.

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Brandi McFarlen, center, accepts the Violet Richardson Award from Soroptimist International of Port Angeles President Louann Yager, left, and awards chair Wendy Shea.

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PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles High School senior Brandi McFarlen has received the $500 Violet Richardson Award from Soroptimist International of Port Angeles. She was presented with the award at a recent awards luncheon.

McFarlen was chosen for this award based on her activities with the Dry Creek Junior Grange, organizers said. Through her experience as a camp counselor and an economics student, she said, she is interested in studying psychology and economics in college. This fall, McFarlen will

begin her studies at Peninsula College. The $500 Violet Richardson Award honors young women 14-17 who make the world a better place through volunteer efforts, organizers said. McFarlen’s parents, Rick and Sherri McFarlen, attended the luncheon.

This concert is part of the annual PC Student Arts Week. The ensemble is directed by PC music director David P. Jones. Featured music will include pieces from the big bands of Tommy Dorsey, Count Basie, Maynard Ferguson, Charles Mingus and John LaBarbera. The band also will be playing some standards associated with Nat King Cole and the Mills Brothers, and modern music by Stevie Wonder, Tower of Power, Bud Powell, Freddie Hubbard and Daniel Barry. This quarter’s concerts feature vocalists Robbin Eaves and Teresa Pierce. Band members include Teresa Pierce, Bob Bailey, Kevin MacCartney, Richard Thorson, Jared Herr, Brittany Brabant, Elaine Gardner-Morales, J. Foster, Mike Kochanek, Mike Mills, and Tor Brandes, all of Port Angeles; Ben Parris, Bob Hagan, Sanford Feibus and Duncan Skinner, all of Sequim; John Adams of Port Townsend; and Robbin Eaves of Joyce. Visit www.pencol.edu or www.facebook.com/ PeninsulaCollege.

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Briefly . . . Scotch broom removal tools now in Joyce JOYCE — Scotch broom removal tools have been made available in the Joyce area by the Clallam County Noxious Weed Control Board. These pullers are available to anyone in the area and are housed at the Crescent Grange Hall, 50870 state Highway 112. Residents of the area do not have to drive to Port Angeles anymore to borrow them. To make arrangements for pickup, phone Don Turco at 360-928-3419.

PC jazz concerts PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble will perform free concerts this Tuesday and Tuesday, June 4. Jazz in the PUB will be held in the Pirate Union Building from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. this Tuesday. The ensemble’s spring concert will be held in Maier Performance Hall at 7 p.m. June 4.

LEXINGTON, Va. — Meredith Roberts of Sequim, a member of the Class of 2014 at Washington and Lee University, has earned honor roll status for the recently ended winter term 2013. Honor roll status at Washington and Lee represents a term grade-point average of at least 3.75 on a 4.0 scale. Roberts also has been elected to Omicron Delta Kappa, an honor society that recognizes superior leadership among students in various aspects of university and community life. A psychology major, she is a member of Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society. She is a Bonner Leader and student-to-student mentoring president. She is a peer counselor and a volunteer at Project Horizon. Roberts served a Shepherd Alliance internship with The Achievement Project in Chester, Pa., and is active in Generals’ Christian Fellowship and a member of Chi Omega sorority. Peninsula Daily News

A. There may be scientific support for your response to bee venom. We were somewhat surprised to discover research demonstrating that beevenom injections have benefit against Parkinson’s disease (Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, September 2012). The Michael J. Fox Foundation funded a study of bee-venom therapy in a mouse model of Parkinson’s. The results were positive. French researchers currently are recruiting subjects for a clinical trial (MIREILLE) to assess the value of bee venom in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

Cocoa flavonoids Q. I understand that no one would want to eat or drink dark cocoa. It is bitter and dry. I add about a half-teaspoon of Hershey’s natural unsweetened cocoa to my half-cup of coffee every morning. Milk and a touch of agave nectar make it even more palatable. This tastes like mocha and offers chocolate benefits without extra sugar or fat. A. Cocoa flavonoids found in dark cocoa can reduce inflammation, improve the ratio of LDL to HDL cholesterol and lower blood pressure. They also make blood platelets less likely to clump together and form a blood clot, perhaps lowering the risk of a heart attack. Although all these benefits have been established in studies, many health experts worry that people will overdose on candy. Your solution is a good way to get cocoa flavonoids.

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PORT ANGELES — Stevens Middle School eighth-graders Denzel Loghry and Wesleyanne Rayment are this year’s Gladys Christopher Pollanz Promise Scholars. Both received the promise of a $32,000 college scholarship — $8,000 per year for four years — providing they meet scholarship criteria and graduate from Port Angeles or Lincoln high schools on time. The Promise Scholarship was started in 2005 by the family of Gladys Christopher Pollanz and is awarded annually by the family and the Port Angeles Education Foundation. “Students are nominated by their teachers and staff, submit an application with

references and then go through an interview before a group of foundation and Pollanz family members,” said foundation volunteer Tina Smith-O’Hara. “The interview committee was truly impressed by all nine of the student participants.” Finalists, all Stevens eighth-grade students, for the 2013 Promise Scholarship were Lisa Bell, Abriana Buchanan, Kimberly Gordon, Amber Hamilton, Hailey Hollingsworth, Max Hornack and Kristin Kirkman. Gladys Christopher Pollanz graduated from Port Angeles’ Roosevelt High School in 1923 as salutatorian of her class. When she died in March 2003, Pollanz left $1 million to establish a scholarship fund for Port Angeles-area high school graduates to attend college.

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Gladys Christopher Pollanz Promise Scholar recipients and finalists from Stevens Middle School are, from left, Max Hornack, Wesleyanne Rayment, Lisa Bell, Kimberly Gordon, Amber Hamilton, Kristin Kirkman, Abriana Buchanan, Haley Hollingsworth and Denzel Loghry. Denzel and Wesleyanne will receive a $32,000 college scholarship in four $8,000 installments provided they graduate from Port Angeles or Lincoln high schools.

Briefly . . . Pre-3 open house slated at PA church PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula Pre-3 Co-op will hold an open house at First Baptist Church, 105

W. Sixth St., from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. The co-op provides classes for children ages 10 months to 3½ years with certified early education instructors. Parents and caregivers remain on-site during the sessions and interact with the children.

Subjects include music, songs, art, exploration, socialization and parent education. Summer sessions start the first week of June. For more information, email prethree@yahoo. com or phone 360-4606881.

Myanmar lecture PORT ANGELES — Photographer and travel enthusiast Linda Crow will present “Journey to the Golden Land: The Faces and Places of Myanmar” at the Port Angeles Library, 2210 S. Peabody St., at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Crow will take the audience on a journey to the southeast Asian nation and share personal stories and experiences to accompany her photographs of Myanmar, once known as Burma. Crow’s photography will be on display at the library through July 2 as

part of the Art in the Library exhibit. For more information, phone Kate Radigan at 360-417-8500, email Kradigan@nols.org or visit www.nols.org and click on “Events-Port Angeles.” Peninsula Daily News

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North Olympic Library System staffers Vera Glica and Noah Glaude load a Port Angeles Food Bank truck with some of the donated food items from the “Food for Fines” event.

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PORT ANGELES — Donation expectations were exceeded when the North Olympic Library System’s “Food for Fines” overduefine-amnesty event wrapped recently. “We were shooting for a ton of food,” said customer service specialist Bertha Beattie, “and thanks to the generosity of library patrons, we exceeded that expectation.” In all, NOLS collected more than 2,600 pounds of food for North Olympic Peninsula food banks. More than a half-ton of food went to the Port Angeles Food Bank, more than 950 pounds to the Sequim Food Bank, more than 400 pounds to the Forks Community Food Bank, and the New Hope Food Bank in Clallam Bay secured more than 120 pounds.

PALMER ‘OZZIE’ OSBORN February 12, 1923 April 15, 2013 Palmer Osborn was born in Hastings, Michigan, and attended public schools there, graduating as salutatorian of his 1940 high school class. At 17, with a national scholarship, he entered Harvard University, graduating in 1943 with a Bachelor of Science in engineering sciences (magna cum laude), member of Phi Beta Kappa. He did research at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Palmer then joined the Navy, serving as a countermeasure gear officer from 1944 to 1946. In 1947, he received a Master of Science in oceanography from the

Mr. Osborn University of California/ Scripps Institution of Oceanography. From 1947 to 1980, Palmer was employed in executive posts at Convair/General Dynamics and McDonnell Douglas, and as a consultant on

military affairs to the U.S. State Department, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, as well as to several nongovernment agencies and companies. “Ozzie” had a thirst to do adventurous things locally and in many countries of the world: Vagabond travel and trekking, snowskiing, waterskiing, parachuting, gliding, rafting, biking sparked his life. He was a fine photographer and wrote more than 200 columns and freelance stories published in the Peninsula Daily News. He enjoyed reading, music, opera, Norwegian folk dancing, puns, Tuesday Breakfast Club, attending First Baptist Church, teaching Elderhostel classes, high-risk stock market trading and

his beloved cat, Natasha. Palmer was proud of his children, son William Osborn (Sylvia Watanabe) and daughters Alison Osborn, Katharine (Dwain) Stratton and Tracy; two stepchildren, Douglas (Carlo) Person and Deborah (Craig) Downs; six grandchildren; 11 greatgrandchildren; and seven stepgrandchildren. Palmer is also survived by his wife of 12½ years, Ruth Osborn. A celebration of his life will be held on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church (uptown near library), 1202 Lawrence Street in Port Townsend. Memorial contributions may be made to The Learn Group (for Earth Care Education), 2204 Chestnut Street, Port Townsend, WA 98368.


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Myron Charles Simmons, 85, formerly of Forks, passed away on Saturday, May 18, 2013, at the Washington Veterans Home in Retsil, near Port Orchard, Washington. Myron was born on August 14, 1927, to Walter C. and Gladys M. (Sawyer) Simmons in Olympia, Washington. He moved to Forks in 1942. At the insistence of his mother, he graduated from Quillayute High School in 1945 before enlisting in the United States Navy during World War II. Myron married Jacqueline Kelm in November of 1947 in Forks. He worked in the timber industry most of his life. He experienced the progression of the timber trade from falling trees with an ax to a chain saw and eventually became a private contractor for various timber companies. In August of 1992, he retired. Myron was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars for more than 64 years and was always very active in his community as a volunteer. He enjoyed his children’s and grandchildren’s activities. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, picking wild blackberries, razor clam digging and wood-

Roy Byron “Buzz” Sanderson passed away early on Friday morning, May 17, at his residence in his oldest daughter’s home in Sequim. A World War II veteran, Buzz had an eventful 98 years of life with his family, friends and colleagues. He was born in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, on April 9, 1915. As a boy, he lived in many places throughout the Western United States. He attended Phoenix Union High School in Arizona, where he excelled in football and track. He continued his football playing days at Phoenix Junior College and earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Arizona.

working. He enjoyed traveling to Yakima yearly for fruits and vegetables. Listening to country music was also an enjoyment. Myron is survived by his sons, Larry (Carol) Simmons of Renton, Washington, and Mike (Roberta) Simmons of Longbranch, Washington; daughter Dawn (Frank) Clark Jr.; sister Marilyn Torstvet of Tenino, Washington; brother, Dale (Linda) Dorris of Brookings, Oregon; nine grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his wife, Jacqueline, and parents. Donations can be made to the timber museums in either Port Angeles or Forks (1421 South Forks Avenue, Forks, WA 98331), or to any VFW. Services will be held on Saturday, June 29, 2013, at Forks Congregational Church, 280 South Spartan Avenue, Forks, at 1 p.m. McComb Funeral Home was honored to serve this family.

CAROL ‘JEAN’ KIRNER January 30, 1933 May 14, 2013 Carol “Jean” Kirner was born in Viborg, South Dakota, to Morris Hanson and Amy Nelson on January 30, 1933. Amy married Ed Hagerty in 1937. Jean attended Sequim grade school and graduated from Roosevelt High School in Port Angeles in 1951. She worked part time at Birney’s Drive-In and later at Aggie’s Restaurant while in high school. Jean started working in retail after graduation at Peoples Store and then Riedel’s Department Store. She married Howard “Swede” Gerarde on June 21, 1951. Jean and Swede divorced in 1958. She married Bon Kirner on February 22, 1971. Jean volunteered with the Port Angeles Food Bank for five years. She was a member of the Children’s Hospital Guild, the Women’s Eagles Club bowling league and Bethany Pentecostal Church. Jean worked for 12 years at The Toggery men’s store before retiring in 1985.

Mr. Sanderson With the U.S. entry into World War II, Buzz became a 1st lieutenant in the Army and finished the war stationed on Okinawa in the Pacific. His work for the Army Corps of Engineers assisted in the completion of the airstrips critical in the U.S. efforts at the end of the war. While in college, Buzz met his wife of 74 years, Betty Marie Light. Buzz

and Betty spent most of their early married life in Arizona. They left Arizona in 1960 and spent two years in McLean, Virginia, before settling in Beaverton, Oregon. They lived there for 45 years, enjoying the outdoor recreation that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. They relocated to Sequim in 2006, where their two daughters live. Betty passed away at their home in Sequim last year. Buzz spent his professional life as a civil and hydrologic engineer with the U.S. Geological Survey’s Water Resources Division. From his early days in the field collecting data and constructing water volume recording systems to later years as chief of Surface Water Section in Oregon, Buzz loved his job managing natural resources. He always had a passion for the outdoors. He was a member of the

American Society of Civil Engineers, Oregon Society of Professional Engineers and University of Arizona Alumni Association. Buzz and Betty made many friends over the years and loved keeping in touch with them. They had the opportunity to travel to nearly every state in the U.S., including Alaska and Hawaii. Their travels took them to Australia and New Zealand as well. After his retirement from professional life, he and Betty spent much of their time at their property near Nehalem, Oregon. This became his favorite place to be with his family and friends. Buzz is survived by his daughters, Linda (Don) Wester and Terri (David) Ebert of Sequim; son Mike (Diana) Sanderson of Beaverton; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and his sister-in-law, Jacqueline Snyder.

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Former Forks and Port Angeles resident William L. “Bill” Studer has died. He was 53. Services: Celebration of life at 1 p.m. Saturday at Elma’s Airport Diner, 34 Airport Way, Elma. Davenport’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Klamath Falls, Ore., is in charge of arrangements.

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“My grandfather encouraged me and others to do good. Giving attention to me at ages eight to ten swelled my ego as he encouraged me to do good. The title of an organization does have some influence on the people who are a part of it. So I propose a ‘Do Good’ party. It will be scorned and laughed at but so have many great instructions and people. Let’s pledge to ‘Do Good.’”

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Mrs. Kirner She is survived by her son, Ivan Lee (Patti) Gerarde; her sister, Brenda Clark; granddaughter Heather Pinkerton; great-grandson Matthew Pinkerton; and nieces Cindy Roderick and Amy Lingvall. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bon Kirner; her brother, Robert Hagerty; and brother-in-law Ken Clark. Jean requested that memorial contributions be sent to Seattle Children’s Hospital, P.O. Box 5371, Seattle, WA 98145. A memorial service for Jean will be held on Saturday, June 1, at 1 p.m. at Bethany Pentecostal Church, 508 South Francis Street in Port Angeles.

Remembering a Lifetime

- Senior Vice President, National Redevelopment Company - Director, Downtown Development, Rochester, Minnesota - President, CEO, New Cities Inc. - Executive Director, Indiana Redevelopment Commission - Director of Planning, State of Indiana - Executive Director, Action Council For Poughkeepsie, New York - Planning Director, Jefferson County, Colorado - Member and chairman, Clallam County Planning Commission - Member and Chairman, Peninsula Cultural Arts Center Feasibility Committee - Volunteer AARP Vote and AARP State Legislative Committee - Member, Sequim Wastewater Reuse Task Force - Chairman, Feasibility Study for Greywolf Elementary School - Chairman of successful bond support for Greywolf School funding - Chairman, Sequim Golf Course Task Force - Member, Washington State Department of Health Occupational Therapy Practice Board - Member, Clallam County Quality Care Coalition - Earned a B.A., from Indiana University, majoring in political science and pursued graduate work in City Planning at the University of Illinois. - Served in the Americal Division of the U.S. Army during World War II, where he saw combat in the South Pacific and the Philippines.

John Deselms Borah John flew out of his mother’s womb to eagerly join life in Sims, Illinois on January 1, 1920. He left current events in Port Angeles, Washington on May 9, 2013, but his voice will continue within the memories of those he reached out to in letters, emails, articles, speaking engagements and political associations. After retiring from a demanding career redeveloping cities and creating new towns, he chose Sequim as his home and set about volunteering for the betterment of the community. From economic development to education funding, John took on every challenge with enthusiasm and unflagging optimism. Ever seeking answers to our country’s confusion over the meaning of the U.S. Constitution, he set about studying everything he could find about the Founding Fathers, including an exhuastive analysis of The Federalist Papers. This prodigious effort led to his writing the book, “The Lost Republic, In Search of the Founders’ Constitution.” John was a connoiseur of life, including Carole Lombard comedies, Doctor Zhivago, The 13 Coins, travel to anywhere, and peanut butter on anything. He leaves very big shoes. His Sweetwater Family

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CUSTOM HOME + MOTHER-INLAW APARTMENT and 2 garages. 6 acres including McDonnell Creek. 3 BR, 2 BA, gorgeous kitchen with honed granite counters. Spectacular land with creekfront and mountain view. MLS#270594 $434,000

Many upgrades to this 3 bedroom charmer in Carlsborg including teak engineered hardwood oors, carpet, paint, kitchen cabinets and many more....come see! Fully fenced front yard, spacious rooms and location with country charm but close to town. MLS#270826 $139,000

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Deb Kahle

UPTOWN REALTY Previews Property Specialists (360) 808-0979 mthomsen@olypen.com

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Cute home with new hardwood oors, paint, light ďŹ xtures, French door to deck and located in a great neighborhood. Close to shopping, schools, and bus line. Great starter home. A must see! Nice fenced back yard and deck. Seller is motivated so come take a look. Permitted for a 2 bedroom. Wall between bedrooms was removed so it is 1 large bedroom but can be changed back. MLS#264658 Only $98,500

Classic older home in Sequim with easy access to schools, downtown, and shopping. Features include a woodstove in the living room, covered front porch, fully fenced yard, attached garage plus detached garage/shop, gazebo and raised beds in the back yard. All appliances are included. MLS#270726 $130,000

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Yesteryear charm graces this updated farmhouse nestled on 10 lovely acres of pasture, woods, fruit trees perennial garden, with a large barn, outbldgs, + a year-a-round creek. The spacious home features rich wood oors, walls & a stone ďŹ replace. MLS#270077 $429,000

UPTOWN REALTY Brooke Nelson OfďŹ ce: (360) 417-2812 www.RealtorBrooke.com BrookeNelson@olypen.com

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4 bedroom 1 and 3/4 bath 1134 sq ft quaint home. Well maintained, centrally located, beautiful partial mountain view from back deck. Entire yard is fully fenced. Bright cheery kitchen with off kitchen dining. MLS#271113 $145,000

ÂŽ UPTOWN REALTY Kathy Brown, CRS, ABR, GRI OfďŹ ce: (360) 417-2785 Cell: (360) 461-4460 www.RealEstateinPortAngeles.com

Patti Morris 360.461.9008 pmorris@wavecable.com 1234 E. Front St. Port Angeles

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Excellent location, topography & views of Strait Juan De Fuca to the North & Olympic Mtn to the South. Walking distance to Peninsula College, contiguous to Assisted Retirement home and Skilled Nursing care. 2.32ac currently zoned RMD, Parcel is within the high density city’s Master Plan. MLS#270296 $695,000

It boasts 105 feet of waterfront with large boathouse and oating dock on the sunny side of the lake on 1 acre of land. Enjoy year-round living or vacation in total privacy. Beautifully taken care of, this home has an open oor plan, large decks and a 1000 sq ft garage with woodstove and large room suitable for use as ofďŹ ce/exercise room. The home is move-in-ready. MLS#263787 $445,000

WRE/Sequim - East

WRE/Port Angeles

Jean Ryker Managing Broker 360-477-0950 rykerproperties@olypen.com

Kim Bower 360-477-0654 360-683-3900

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ON 2.5 PARK-LIKE ACRES & even includes a wonderful barn, used as the ideal shop, with woodstove & large loft. Beautiful setting with paved circular drive & privacy trees that surround the property. 3 BR, 2 BA. A MUST SEE! MLS#270998 $299,000

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This stunning custom home is simply “over the topâ€?‌ that’s right, OVER 3,900 square feet, OVER ďŹ ve acres, OVER-sized three car garage, looking OVER the Straits, Islands and BC. So, step on OVER to the phone and call Dan Gase for a private showing of this Township Line area home. MLS#270414 $649,500

Turn of the century character but needs a good “period correct� restoration. Great central location with fenced yard, detached carport with shop and detached storage sheds. This home is clean and moved in ready on the interior. Exterior could use some work but Seller wishes to sell as is. MLS#270220 $75,000

Best Priced Condo of this caliber with VIEWS! One of the few homes in the area with both Straits and Mt Baker views. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths with kitchen and lots of living space all on one level. Additional living area plus a half bath in large daylight basement. All the amenities that are Sunland--Come See! MLS#271047/485414 $198,000

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Beautiful updated and landscaped home on the 8th Fairway in Sunland. 2 BD, 2 BA, 2080 SF plus “bonusâ€? room off kitchen has woodstove and deck access. Large master suite with room for ofďŹ ce/exercise area plus master bath with walk in closet, dual vanities, and large corner jetted tub. Living room and MBR have 18’ vaulted ceilings with clerestory windows for plenty of natural light. Call Kim Bower 477-0654 or Gail Sumpter 477-9361 MLS#270828 $259,000

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Clarice Arakawa (360) 460-4741 (360) 457-0456

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Unobstructed saltwater view on 1.18 acres. 3562 sq ft 4 bd. 3.5 bath home with granite counters, ďŹ r wrapped windows, huge living room, Brazilian cherry hardwood oor, generator, hot tub & swimming resistance pool out on the deck. MLS#271061 $605,000

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Close to both Port Angeles and Sequim. Power and Water in street on O’Brien Rd. Mountain views. MLS#250671 $84,000

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Buy this condo now and you can spend the summer tubing, jet skiing, water skiing, kayaking, boating and ďŹ shing on Lake Sutherland. This 2 bed, 2.5 bath Maple Grove Condo is located on the sunny side of the lake. Common areas include a ďŹ re pit, private dock with your own 26’ boat slip, paddle boats and a boat launch. MLS#270269 $ $225,000

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Rambler w/daylight basement affords two separate living units or just more room for an expanding family. Approx. 3696sf on .68 acres in the city, located on the Discovery Trail, & with a large detached shop. Some updating has taken place such as newer vinyl windows & granite counters. Affordably priced at $199,900 & ďŹ nish the remodeling to your liking. MLS#270753

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John. L. Scott Sequim 1190 E. Washington St. Sequim, WA 98382 (800) 998-4131 (360) 683-4131

John L. Scott Port Angeles 1134 East Front Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 (800) 446-8115 (360) 457-8593 Visit JohnLScott.com & enter the 5-digit code These ofďŹ ces independently owned and operated

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Walk back into yester-year! Adorable yet roomy cottage style home in the heart of town. Perfect location, inviting front porch opens into generously sized living room with vintage hardwood ooring under carpet, wonderful ďŹ replace and high ceilings Call Don Edgmon 360-460-0204

Dungeness Meadows beauty! Need a place with extra room for guests or extra people? This is the place with 2 plus bedrooms, large great room and a converted garage into guest quarters with studio kitchen and easy to maintain landscaping. Golf, pool, club house, close to shopping and outdoor activities. Call Bill Humphrey 360-460-2400

Parked out over sized corner lot in Golden Sands Lots of trees offer wind protection and privacy, faces the Canal. The lot has been beautifully maintained and is attractive. The single wide was built in 2001 and is in good condition. Beach access available through community beach on 3-Crabs road. There is an RV dump and hook up. Call Simone 360-912-0012

Affordable Sunland Condo right on the greens! Enjoy the simple life in this contemporary 1 bed/1.5 bath home featuring vaulted ceilings, cozy ďŹ replace, hardwood oors, & terriďŹ c southern exposure. Loft space with half bath is perfect for guests or ofďŹ ce space, & the spacious master suite connects to the full guest bath. Call Thomas Montgomery 360-460-3796

Move in ready, this is NOT a ďŹ xer! Large soaker tub, double sinks and separate shower, walk in closet and arched entry leading to bedroom area. This room emanates luxury! Great front and back porches add a warm and welcoming comfort factor to this wonderful rambler home. Call Don Edgmon 360-460-0204

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Superior in-town location Affordable 2 BR, 2 BA condo. Across the street from Community Garden. Complex offers a clubhouse with kitchen, saunas, hot tub. Call Tom Williamson 360-460-9974

Sweet home, neighborhood and price - all in one! This little house has 3 full bd, 2 1/2 ba. It could use some paint and new carpet but other than that it is ready for you. There is a little ofďŹ ce with an exterior entrance off the rear of the home adjacent to the laundry room. Call Karen Pritchard 360-460-9973

Beautifully painted with sumptuous hardwood ooring Well appointed kitchen, laundry, garage, lovely private yard backing up to community greenbelt for additional privacy. Location to dog park, discovery trail, easy walking, biking, close in to town for meetings, shopping, social gatherings. Call Bill Humphrey 360-460-2400

Charming! 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with den. New Bosch dishwasher and stove. Plenty of natural light and sunny outdoor patio. Close to shopping and Carrie Blake Park. Call Lani McCarry 360-301-4576

Blyn Springs Estates An absolutely adorable home on 5 acres fenced and cross fenced for horses, an adjacent barn for hay storage and a roof for the critters. Call Danni Breen 360-460-1762

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Relax in your own slice of heaven! Main home has 2 master suites at opposite sides of house. Very open oor plan, laminate ooring, oak cabinets and toasty warm wood stove. Large pantry area and mud room with built in pet care center for dogs and cats. Call Jeanett Heaward 360-461-4585

Beautiful decking all around on 1.15 acres Much of the main oor has radiant heat. 2 master suite options with 1 on main level & 1 on upper oor with 2 additional bedrooms - Use one for fantastic ofďŹ ce space. Bonus room on upper level offers possibilities. Call Bill Humphrey 360-460-2400

New paint and carpet enhance this movein ready home New paint and carpet enhance this move-in ready home. Large ofďŹ ce with library space. Large lot just shy of an acre that is fully fenced. Hot tub at private deck off master bedroom. Call Lani McCarry 360-301-4576

5.27 mountain and water view acreage Enjoys organic sustainability plenty of room for all. Has a building site cleared and ready to build on, a 1bd, 1ba w/3bd septic home, a RV barn w/loft ofďŹ ce and 2 car garages. Call Bill Humphrey 360-460-2400

Great Get-away Charming cottage with powerful Bay and Strait views. Terraced rockery, huge 3 car garage/shop with 10’ doors, 220, insulated. Gated entrance for privacy. Call Charlene Clark 360-460-2582

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Gorgeous Custom Home Open oor plan and large kitchen is great for entertaining. Low maintenance landscaping includes drip system. Large Trex deck has multiple propane hookups. Call Linda French 360-461-0803

The old Rhodefer farm house consider the commercial possibilities from banks, bakeries and barber shops to professional offices and restaurants Call Mike Nelson 360-808-0448

If you love to entertain, this may be the perfect property for you The spacious home is warm & inviting with vaulted ceilings, several ďŹ replaces, large library, & incredible views of the Olympic Mountains & the Dungeness Lighthouse. Call Suzi Schuenemann 360-477-9728

MAGIC WATERFRONT HOME WITH GUESTHOUSE. Fabulous gourmet kitchen, media room, ofďŹ ce. Luxurious master suite with sauna, soaking tub and walk-in shower. Guest house is complete with kitchen, great room, 2 br, full bath with laundry, loft Call Charlene Clark 360-460-2582

Elegant no-bank waterfront home Inspired by architect Robert A.M. Stern whose homes are known to be unique both for their timelessness & their ability to evoke a conversation with the past. Situated on 5 tranquil acres, this residence offers 360 degree views of the Strait, Victoria, Dungeness Lighthouse, Mt. Baker, & the Olympic Mountains. Call Bill Humphrey 360-460-2400

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HUGE INDOOR GARAGE SALE Sat., June 1, 8-2 p.m., Kings Way Foursquare Church, 1023 KitchenDick Rd. Furniture, outdoor equipment, clothes, household items, toys and more. Proceeds benefit our community’s kids and youth.

H A M B U R G E R : Fa r m raised. $2.75 lb. (360)452-2731 HOME Health Care givers. Immediate o p e n i n g s fo r F T / P T workers. $11 to $12/hr to start DOE and shift. Call Rainshadow Home Services. (360)681-6206

LAUNDRY Available immediately. Must be hard working and responsible. Laundr y exper ience preferred but not required. HOUSEKEEPERS Detail oriented. Wage based directly on quality of work, with bonus oppor tunities. May top $11 hour. Apply in person at 140 Del Guzzi Dr. Port Angeles. No calls please. MERCURY: ‘00 Grand Marquis. Loaded, all power, exc. cond., 89k. $3,000. (360)457-4140.

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P.A.: 1 Br., 1 ba studio. $550. (360)670-6160. P.A.: 1 Br. lg. apt., water view, quiet, clean. $615 mo. (206)200-7244 P.A.: 4 Br., 2.75 bath, w i t h v i ew, 2 , 8 5 0 s f. , w/d/fd/pets, 2 oven, all utilities incl. $1,800. (360)460-3032

P.A.: Nice 2 Br., 1 ba with 1/2 basement. Utilities include washer, dryer, stove and fridge. H a r d wo o d f l o o r s a n d e l e c t r i c f i r e p l a c e. N o smoking, pet possible. Located r ight above downtown. $900. For details call Jon at (360)460-1071

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS FT ROTATING POSITIONS You’re Experienced! You Care About People! Yo u ’r e C o m m i t e d t o Making Their Lives Better! Our Residents and Family Members Know You “make A Difference� Run don’t walk!! Ver y few openings so these will fill fast!! Crestwood Health & Rehab. Applications at extendicare.com/ new_jobs.aspx. CLALLAM COUNTY

ROAD MAINTENANCE WORKER I $17.24 to 18.12/hr, FT position (40 hrs/wk) in Sequim area. Union and retirement eligible with benefits. Closes June 7, PARTING OUT: Chev. 2013 at 4:30 PM (postS-10, hydraulic dump mark accepted). bed, grill, front and back bu m p e r s, a i r s h o ck s, ADMINISTRATIVE new radiator. $50-$400/ SPECIALIST II obo. (360)477-4838. $20.50 to 24.98/hr, PT (32 hrs/wk), union and Sequim Bay Waterfront retirement eligible with Furnished 2 br/ 2 bath. benefits. Provides speSpa and hottubs, hard- cialized technical clerical wood floors, fireplace, a n d f i s c a l s u p p o r t . gourmet kitchen, storage Knowledge of word proa n d m o r e ! $ 1 , 5 0 0 . cessing and spreadLease. (360)808-5522. sheets essential. Closes June 7, 2013 at 4:30 PM Sherwin-Williams Paint (postmark accepted). I s n ow h i r i n g fo r p. t . sales assosiate position. COMMUNITY HEALTH Fill out an app. or drop NURSE I/II r e s u m e a t 1 4 0 0 W. Health & Human ServicWashington St., Suite e s , P T ( 3 2 h r s / w k ) , 109, Sequim. $22.63 to 24.98/hr, unT E N T T R A I L E R : ‘ 8 8 ion and retirement eligible with benefits. Will Jayco. Great cond. $850 work primarily in Por t (360)452-9089 A n g e l e s bu t a l s o r e TOYOTA: ‘92 4Runner. quired to work in Forks, 4WD, V6, auto, sunroof, WA office. Must be RN. 199,500 mi., fair to good Requires Bachelor’s or Associate Degree in cond. $1,950. 461-0054. nursing and min two yrs exp in community health. Utility Worker I/IIImmunizations, TB and Wastewater Divisionnotifiable conditions reCity of Port Angeles F / T w i t h b e n e f i t s . por ting exp helpful. $3,315-$3,958 mo. One Open until filled. year construction and maintenance exp. WA Applications and comST Drivers License req. p l e t e j o b a n n o u n c e CDL preferred. Closes ments available online at www.clallam.net/employ6/12/13. To apply go to ment/, in front of Human www.cityofpa.us. Resources, 223 E 4th COPA is an EOE. St, Por t Angeles, WA W A N T E D : H o n d a 98362, or by calling Clal90-110 or 115. Must be lam County Jobs Line 8 speed, and run. Even- 360-417-2528. Resume ings, (360)452-3539. in lieu of application not a c c e p t e d . Fa xe d o r WELL-Established auto- emailed applications not motive drivetrain repair accepted. EOE/Dr ug shop seeking full time, Free Workplace. experienced auto tech. Salary DOE. CONCERNED Citizens (360)452-9644 or is hiring for p.t. visitation (360)477-1604, evening monitors to work with children and families. pass a background 4070 Business Must clearance, and must Opportunities have a HS diploma/GED. Exp. preferred but not required. Application at 805 E. 8th St., P.A.

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COOKS: Breakfast and Dinner. Must have experience. (360)808-6272 DENTAL asst. needed 2-3days/wk for 3-4 months. Fax resume to 683-9683 or email mdmarr@gmail.com.

Contact: nbuckner@ olympicmedical.org or apply online at olympicmedical.org EOE FREE CNA CLASSES JUNE 10TH and AUGUST 12TH HURRY! A CAREER FOR LIFE IN 7 WEEKS AND WITH SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE CLASS, A JOB WITH A GREAT BUNCH OF PEOPLE! R E G I S T R AT I O N S AT THE BUSINESS OFFICE TEN PER CLASS SO DON’T WAIT!! CRESTWOOD HEALTH AND REHAB 1116 E. Lauridsen Blvd. Port Angeles, WA 98362 360-452-9206 HOME Health Care givers. Immediate o p e n i n g s fo r F T / P T workers. $11 to $12/hr to start DOE and shift. Call Rainshadow Home Services. (360)681-6206

INTERN-ENGINEERING DEPT City of Port Angeles $15.18 hr. must be currently enrolled in pre-engineering or engineering c u r r i c u l u m . Po s i t i o n open until filled go to w w w. c i t y o f p a . u s t o download City application. Call 417-4510 for more information. COPA is an EOE. KWA HOMECARE Part/full-time Caregivers. Benefits, Flexible Hours. Call P.A. (360)452-2129 Sequim (360)582-1647 P.T. (360)344-3497

LAB ASSISTANTS Oppor tunities now available on the evening or day shift. Base rate is $15.62 hr plus evening shift differential of $2.25 hr. Blood drawing experience is preferred, but will consider training candidates that have a successful, steady work history with excellent clerical skills. Must understand the importance of dependability and reliability. Will perform blood draws, office duties as needed, and other laborator y tasks assigned. Apply online at olympicmedical.org or nbuckner@ olympicmedical.org EOE

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Fantastic unobstructed saltwater view on 1.18 acres. 3,562 sf, 4 br. 3.5 bath home with granite counters, fir wrapped w i n d ow s, h u g e l i v i n g room, Brazilian cherry hardwood floor, generator, hot tub and swimming resistance pool out on the deck. $605,000 MLS# 271061 Holly Coburn SWEEPING (360)461-2153 WATER VIEW WINDERMERE This stunning custom PORT ANGELES home is simply “over the top.” That’s right, over FRESHWATER BAY 3,900 sf, over five acres, VIEWS 2.64 Acres - Salt Water over-sized three car garViews! 1-Story, 3 br. 2 age, looking over the bath, 1,700 sf. Born in Straits, Islands and B.C. 1 9 7 8 , Va u l t e d C e d a r $649,500. MLS#270414. Dan Gase Ceilings and Hardwood (360)808-7053 Flooring/Tile, Outdoor COLDWELL BANKER Living Space Deck - 400 UPTOWN REALTY SF Looks Over the View , Abundant Natural Light/Skylights/Full Wall Turn of the century charWindows, Fully Fenced acter but needs a good Back Yard/576 SF Gar- “period correct” restoration. Great central locaage tion with fenced yard, detached car por t with $220,000. MLS#TBD. shop and detached storTeam Thomsen age sheds. This home is (360)808-0979 clean and moved in COLDWELL BANKER ready on the interior. ExUPTOWN REALTY terior could use some work but Seller wishes to GREAT RAMBLER On 2.5 park-like acres sell as is. $75,000 a n d eve n i n c l u d e s a MLS#270220 wonderful barn, used as Quint Boe t h e i d e a l s h o p, w i t h (360)457-0456 wo o d s t ove a n d l a r g e WINDERMERE loft. Beautiful setting PORT ANGELES with paved circular drive and privacy trees that surround the property. 3 Why Not Have It All... br., 2 bath. a must see! 3 B r. , 3 b a t h , o p e n $299,000. MLS#270998. concept split level KATHY LOVE h o m e w i t h v i ew s o f 452-3333 discover y bay and PORT ANGELES straits from both levREALTY els. Many upgrades: new master bath, “H” IS FOR HOME hardwood and tile SWEET HOME floors; 2 year old roof, C u t e h o m e w i t h n ew f i r e p l a c e a n d w o o d hardwood floors, paint, stove; oversized masl i g h t f i x t u r e s, Fr e n c h ter suite with hot tub door to deck and located on deck; covered patio in a great neighborhood. area off formal dining C l o s e t o s h o p p i n g , room; large family schools, and bus line. r o o m ; n e w l y l a n d Great star ter home. A scaped, fully fenced, must see! Nice fenced back yard; raised garb a ck ya r d a n d d e ck . den beds; dog kennel. Seller is motivated so $327,000.00 come take a look. Per20 Conifer Court mitted for a 2 bedroom. Sequim, WA 98382 Wall between bedrooms (Diamond Point) was removed so it is 1 360-670-5336 or large bedroom but can 360-775-0314 be changed back $98,500. MLS#264658. Patti Morris 308 For Sale (360)461-9008 Lots & Acreage JACE The Real Estate Company JOYCE: 3.6 acres, year round creek, tree farm, OPPORTUNITY perked, electric. $59,500 KNOCKS! (360)452-0765 Rambler with daylight basement affords two separate living units or 311 For Sale just more room for an Manufactured Homes expanding family. Approx. 3,696 sf on .68 SEQUIM: 2007 double acres in the city, located wide, 1,250 sf, 2 Br., ofon the Discovery Trail, fice, 2 bath, entrance a n d w i t h a l a r g e d e - ramp, excellent value. tached shop. Some up- $50,000. (360)683-3031. dating has taken place, such as newer vinyl win408 For Sale dows and granite counters. Commercial $199,900. MLS#270753. Michaelle and Alan GREAT LOCATION Barnard Classic older home in (360)461-2153 Sequim with easy acWINDERMERE cess to schools, downPORT ANGELES town, and shopping. Features include a woodstove in the living room, covered front porch, fully fenced yard, attached garage plus detached garage/shop, gazebo and raised beds in the back yard. All appliP.A.: 90’s S.W. 2 Br., ances are included. Mf. home, 400 sf add., $130,000. ML#270726.. Tom Blore ramp access, covered (360)683-4116 decks, outbuildings, PETER BLACK disabled equipped bath, REAL ESTATE lots of storage, gas fireplace backup on large wooded lot. Mountain 505 Rental Houses view. $75,000. Call Ken Clallam County at (360)457-6879, or Suz at (360)457-6906. CENTRAL P.A.: CharmNO REASONABLE ing cottage. Yard and OFFER REFUSED garage, 2 br., 1 bath. No ADD A PHOTO TO smoking, small pets OK, refs required. $800. YOUR AD FOR (360)460-2502 ONLY $10! www.peninsula P.A.: 1 Br., 1 ba studio. dailynews.com $550. (360)670-6160.

DOWNTOWN SEQUIM 1,800 sf, 3 Br., 2 ba, 2 car gar., fenced, clean, extras, near park/ schools. $1,200 mo. 582-9848 or 477-5070 JAMES & ASSOCIATES INC. Property Mgmt. (360)417-2810 HOUSES/APT IN P.A. A 1 br 1 ba..............$475 A 2 br 1 ba..............$575 D 1 br 1 ba..............$600 D 2 br 1 ba..............$675 A 3 br 1 ba..............$750 H 2 br 2 ba..............$750 H 3+ br 2 br............$875 H 3 br 1.75 ba.........$975 H 2 br 2 ba 1 acre.$1100 H 4 br 2.5 ba.........$1300 SEQUIM A 2 br 2 ba..............$825 A 2 br 2 ba..............$875 H 3 br 2.5 ba.........$1000 Complete List at: 11 Caroline St., P.A.

ROOMMATE WANTED To share expenses for very nice home west of P.A. on 10+ acres. $ 5 1 5 m o. , i n c l u d e s utilities, DirectTV. Must see. Call Lonnie after 5 p.m. (360)477-9066.

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UTILITY TRAILER: Tilt, 3 motorcycle trailer, currenlty has deck and side built over tracks for hauling misc. $250/obo. (360)457-1320

MOVING Sale: Ongoing! 9-4 p.m., 910 W. 14th St. Lots of furniture, ant i q u e c l o t h i n g p r e s s, h o u s e h o l d i t e m s, ‘ 9 2 4WD Chev. pickup and more. Rain or shine!

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PIANO TUNING and repair since 1984. Gar y Freel Piano Service. (360)775-5480 CARLSBORG: Rental with fenced equip. yard in indust. park. 2,880 sf., 6115 Sporting $1700. Or, 936 sf., $700. Goods (360)683-4231 PROPERTIES BY LANDMARK 452-1326 S E Q U I M : 1 5 0 S. 5 t h Ave., Boardwalk Square. (360)683-3256

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7025 Farm Animals & Livestock B O E R G OAT S : S e quim, registered and tested, 3 mo. old wethers, $100 ea. 1 yr. old wethers, $150-$200. (509)540-1600

HEIFER and pony: Jersey heifer, 7 months old, $950. Welsh pony, $500. Both sweet tempered. (360)477-1706.

MISC: Mated pair, Burbon Red turkeys, $75 S E A K AYA K S : 2 s e a pair. Small dairy/cheese SEQUIM: Office/retail kayaks, with r udders. making equipment, $50space 850 sf. $800 mo. One is fiberglass, Pacific $800. (360)477-1706. P.A.: 4 Br., 2.75 bath, (360)460-5467 Star, $295. One kevlar, w i t h v i ew, 2 , 8 5 0 s f. , Seaward, $1,500/obo. w/d/fd/pets, 2 oven, all (360)437-8223 7030 Horses utilities incl. $1,800. 6035 Cemetery Plots (360)460-3032 COMPANION NICHE At Sequim Valley Cemetery. Cost $2,000. Sell $1,450. (360)461-2810. P.A.: Nice 2 Br., 1 ba with 1/2 basement. Utilities include washer, dryer, stove and fridge. H a r d wo o d f l o o r s a n d e l e c t r i c f i r e p l a c e. N o smoking, pet possible. Located r ight above downtown. $900. For details call Jon at (360)460-1071 Properties by Landmark. portangeleslandmark.com Sequim Bay Waterfront Furnished 2 br., 2 bath. Spa and hot tubs, hardwood floors, fireplace, gourmet kitchen, storage and more! $1,500. Lease. (360)808-5522. SEQUIM: Super 1 Br. on 1 a c r e, $ 6 8 0 u t i l i t i e s incl., lease. 504-2905. SOLMAR SEQUIM Clean 3 Br., 2 bath, 2 car garage, no smoking/ pets. $890. Duane at (206)604-0188 WANTED: Mother of 2 teens seeking 3 br. in your home or separate dwelling. Hope to barter cooking, cleaning, yard wo r k fo r p a r t i a l r e n t . Refs. avail. Sequim school dist. Tell others! rent to own? 460-0692 .

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AT T R AC T I V E , s p a cious 1 Br.-$545, 2 Br.-$645, in P.A. New carpet, vert blinds, pvt patio, updated appliances, laundr y r ms, v i ew s, o n - s i t e m g r. Ask abt our current discount. www.olympic square.com. 457-7200 CENTRAL P.A.: Clean, quiet, 2 Br., excellent r e fe r e n c e s r e q u i r e d . $700. (360)452-3540. COLLEGE AREA P.A. 2 Br, W/D, fireplace. $600, 1 / 2 o f f 3 r d m o. r e n t . 1226 Craig Av. 4523423

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ATTENTION ALL FARMERS/RANCHERS 7035 General Pets LOGGERS AND 6045 Farm Fencing PRIVATE LANDS I ’ m l o o k i n g fo r Y E W & Equipment BULLDOG PUPPIES TREES, small or large AKC registered, chamamounts. (503)757-1750 pion bloodlines, 9 wks. ANTIQUE TRACTOR 1 9 4 0 s Fo r d 9 N , r u n s or (503)760-1577. old, full health guaranett strong, newer tires/cusand shots included. Visit tom rear bucket, good BOOKS WANTED! We our website at love books, we’ll buy metal, always under covlucypups.trepmal.com er. Freshen up the paint yours. 457-9789. $2,500-$3,000 and its parade-ready! Or (360)477-9724 use as-is for farm work. WANTED: Buying empty beer kegs. CHIHUAHUA: 3 year, Forks area. $1,995/obo. (360)928-9645 Male, Chihuahua, 5lb, (360)374-6636 short tan hair, good on MISC: Celli 57” tiller with shots, needs loving 6135 Yard & 20” offset, $1200/obo. home. Noelle, Garden BigT dual axle trailer, 16’ (360)461-6115 bed, $1,000/obo. RIDING MOWER: 2011 DOG KENNEL: Portable (360)385-2328 Toro Commercial Z Mas- 10’7”x6’x6’ with gate, TRACTOR: ‘52 Fergu- ter 48”, twin bagging heavy duty chainlink. son. 6-way back blade, system, 22 hp Kawasaki, $125. (360)461-0959. scraper box, and ripper e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n . t o o t h , g o o d r u n n e r. $7,500. F R I E N D LY S M A L L $2,500. (360)710-4966. (360)797-7710 TABBY CAT: Spayed female, 2-3 yrs old, SOIL: Barnyard blend8lbs, microchip, fully 6050 Firearms & ed. $25 yard. vaccinated. Fostered. Ammunition (360)797-3977 or Great with dogs! Out(360)808-1842 going and enjoys long AR-15: .223 cal. 5.56 walks. $60 adoption Nato. Colt defence rifle, new in box. $1,450/obo. 8142 Garage Sales fee. Call (360)477-4184 (360)640-1171

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6055 Firewood, Fuel & Stoves FIREWOOD: $179 delivered Sequim-P.A. True cord. 3 cord special for $499. Credit card accepted. 360-582-7910. www.portangeles firewood.com

ESTATE Sale: Estate sale of epic proport i o n s S a t . 9 - 4 p. m . Clothes; teaching/office/scrap-booking supplies; furn., appls; leather goods; Indian rugs; household items; 500+ pieces jewelry; collector toys; camping gear ; books; ammo; silverware; potter y more. New items adde d a l l d ay. 4 3 9 W. Prairie St.

P.A.: Nice 2 Br., 1 bath, W/D. $725. (360)808-4972 Properties by Landmark. portangeleslandmark.com

665 Rental Duplex/Multiplexes 2 BR 1.5 BA: Sequim, Garden setting, all appls, garage opener, g a r d e n e r. N o p e t s . $850. (360)683-6589. CENTRAL P.A.: 2 Br., 2 bath. Fireplace, garage. W / D. N o s m o k i n g o r pets. $800. 460-8797. P.A.: 1 Br., office, carpor t, view, clean and quiet, W/S inc. $675. (360)452-6611

BIG Sale: Sat. 9-3, Sun.Mon. 11-3, 506 Dan Kell y R d . , o f f H w y. 1 1 2 . Load of jewelry, old 3 pt h i t c h s aw, wa g o n wheels, dairy stanchion, pine hutch, 16” tooled saddle/tack, old postcards, walnut/wicker settee + 2 chairs, old P.A. light post, collections of kinds, ‘69-’71 GTX SET: Beautiful dining doors, 32x79” screen r o o m m a r b l e , g l a s s , door, ‘05 Okanagan travwrought iron table with 4 el trailer, Jean Cavat oil. chairs. $350. HUGE Community (360)683-3029 Benefit Garage Sale for Karjalainen family. 6100 Misc. Over 50 families have Merchandise donated items such as furniture, tools, G A S S TOV E : D o v r e c l o t h e s , h o u s e h o l d propane gas wall fur- items, etc. Too much nace, never been used to list! $5 raffle tickets and never had a fire in it. will be sold for quality Was $1,200 new. Entire items donated from lounit, including wall-vent- c a l bu s i n e s s e s . A l l ing chimney. $500. proceeds will go to the (360)452-5803 Karjalainen family whose 6 month old MISC: 177,000 BTU/hr baby Grace has been heater, dual fuel, forced at Children’s Hospital air, like new, $290. Comfor over 35 days with mercial grade 24”, 2 pancreatic malfuncspeed, barrel/drum fan, tion. Come help us $100. (360)477-1761. raise support on Saturday May 25th 8 a.m.-2 MISC: 2 BBQ propane p.m. Campfire Clubtanks, 5 gallon, $20 house at 619 E. 4th St. each. Kids 3-wheel P.A. scooter, Radio Flyer, $15. (360)477-8832

SEQUIM: New 2 Br, 2 ba duplex, granite, hardwood, gated community, lawn care incl. $1,200. (360)460-0432.

MISC: Hot tub, needs circulating motor, (2) 5 hp motors, $1,985. Electric fireplace, like new, 1 5 0 0 w a t t , 1 1 0 vo l t , $300. Sofa/love seat, 671 Mobile Home black leather, $400. TV cabinet, oak with display Spaces for Rent compartment and drawMOBILE home or travel ers, $300. Riding lawn trailer space. East P.A. mower, Sears 19.5 hp, 42” cut, $400. $320 mo. 360-452-7582. (360)683-4384

683 Rooms to Rent Roomshares NEW studio apt.: P.A., utilities, cable, and wifi incl. $475. 797-1397. P.A.: 2 room for rent. Organic far m. $350 + utilities. 452-4021.

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M I N I AU S S I E P U P S JUST TOO CUTE! DOB 3-15-13. Two black-tri males, one blue merle male, one red merle female. ASDR registrable. C u r r e n t va c c i n a t i o n s. Ready to go to new homes now. (360)385-1981 PUPPIES: Black lab puppies. $50 each. (360)775-9681

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FIREWOOD: 2+ Cords, HUGE INDOOR well seasoned, finely GARAGE SALE chopped for wood stove. Sat., June 1, 8-2 p.m., $150 ea. (360)477-8228. Kings Way Foursquare Church, 1023 KitchenF I R E W O O D : 6 c o r d Dick Rd. Furniture, outspecial, $895. Limited door equipment, clothes, time only! 360-582-7910. household items, toys www.portangeles a n d m o r e . P r o c e e d s M OTO R H O M E : 1 9 8 9 firewood.com benefit our community’s Fleetwood Limited 37J. kids and youth. new 460 Ford Banks ex6065 Food & haust system, HYD levFarmer’s Market MEMORIAL Weekend eling jacks, 2 tvs, nonEstate Sale. Memorial smoker, 5.5 Onan genH A M B U R G E R : Fa r m Weekend Estate Sale erator, driver and pasraised. $2.75 lb. 100 E. Palmer St. Se- senger side doors, oak (360)452-2731 quim WA 98382. Sat- cabinets, corian counterurday, May 25th, Sun- tops, hardwood floors. day, May 26th, from $20,000. 6075 Heavy (360)417-0619 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Lots Equipment of home furnishings, MOTORHOME: ‘84 30’ new appliances and SEMI END-DUMP construction tools/ Spor tscoach III. 454 eng., rear queen bed, TRAILER: 30’. Electric gear. full bath, new convection tar p system, excellent micro, new fridge, wood condition. $7,500. (360)417-0153 8180 Garage Sales c a b i n e t s , r u n s w e l l , clean, 47k miles. $8,700. PA - Central (360)683-1851

FIRST MONTH FREE EVERGREEN COURT APTS 360-452-6996 2 and 3 Br. apts avail. 6080 Home $325, $680, $760. Some Furnishings restrictions apply. Call today to schedule a tour BED: King size, Simof your new home. mons, soft, $2,000 new. Sell for $500. (360)681-6308 Managed by Sparrow, RECLINERS: (2) wall Inc. hugger recliners, masP.A.: 1 Br. lg. apt., wa- s a g e a n d h e a t , gray, ter view, quiet, clean. ve r y g o o d c o n d i t i o n . $615 mo. (206)200-7244 $250 each. 452-4760. PA: 1 Br., no pets/smoking, $575. (360)457-1695

PACK MULE $1,200. (360)452-7903 or (360)775-5701.

MISC: Weight bench, new, $75. Aero Pilates machine, $50. Stnls retail clothes rack, $45. Full size lumber rack, $ 2 0 0 . F u l l s i ze a l u m Thule bed rack, $300. Claw foot tub, $250. Antique piano, $1,800. 360-460-6954. STEEL SHELVING 3 commercial grade units, 24 deep x 36 wide x75” tall, 3 adj. shelves per unit. $120 each. (360)683-8849

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AUCTION: Angeles Mini Storage, 919 W. Lauridsen Blvd., P.A., at 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 30, 2013. Tenants & Units as follows: Jim Fearn, A29; Sabra Fredricks, A82; Trina Mills, A188; Julia Smith, A221; Kathleen Bullock, A245. Call 452-2400 to verify. H U G E M u l t i Fa m i l y Garage Sale! 826 W 8 t h S t r e e t , PA . B e tween the A and B block across the two bridges. Furniture, Antiques, Men, Women and Baby cloths, fabric, homemade jewelry, tools, toys, cruiser bike, wood stove insert, Playskool Game Ta bl e , d e c o r a t i o n s , and lots more! 7-4 Saturday and Sunday.

MOTORHOME: ‘95 34’ Damon Intruder. Cummins diesel, no slides. $37,000. Call for info at (360)461-4515

MOTORHOME: Dodge ‘76 Class C. 26’, good c o n d . , n ew t i r e s, l ow miles, nonsmoker, in PA. $5,000 firm. 460-7442.

PRICED TO GO! 1990 Fleetwood 34’ motorhome. Good condition, low milage, nonsmoker, 454 Chev with B a n k s Po w e r Pa ck , Onan generator. Steal at $6,700. See at 1638 W 12th. (360)452-9611.

RV: 3 8 ’ RV a n d To w C a r. 2 0 0 1 N ew m a r Mountainaire and a 2009 Honda CRV tow car offered together or separa t e l y. T h e R V h a s 61,400 miles on a gas driven Trident V10 with a Banks system added. The interior is dark cherr y wood with corian counter tops. The RV is in very good condition. We just returned from a trip to Arizona which was trouble free. The CRV tow car is in excellent condition with 47,000 miles. Asking $35,000 for the RV and $20,000 for the CRV or $53,000 together. Please call Bill or Kathy at (360)582-0452 to see the vehicles.

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7x16 Interstate Cargo / Utility Trailer 2008 Black $3800 Excellent condition, less than 300 miles on it! Call 360-928-0214

CAMPER TRAILER: ‘80 Holiday Rambler, Presidential 28’. New fridge and furnace. $3,500. (360)928-9436

KOMFORT: 17L “Lite” Travel Trailer. Immacul a t e R e f e r, 4 - b u r n e r s t ove, t u b / s h owe r. $4,500. (360)477-0321.

TENT TRAILER: ‘88 Jayco. Great cond. $850 (360)452-9089

TRAILER: ‘90 27’ Hi-Lo. G o o d s h a p e. $ 3 , 0 0 0 / obo. (360)683-8059.


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Abandoned Vehicle Auction In accordance with RWC 46.55.130, the following ve h i c l e s w i l l b e a u c tioned at 808 EAST FRONT STREET, PORT ANGELES, WA 98362 on 5/30/2013 at 11:00 AM.Sign Up at office from 10:00am to 10:45am absolutely no late sign ups!! VEIWING AT THIS TIME. CHRIS’ TOWING 1984 - BUICK SKY4D WA license # 127ZOD 1986 - OLDS CAL4D WA license # 173STT 1986 - HONDA ACD4D WA license # 685WDX EVERGREEN TOWING - PORT ANGELES 1985 TOYOTA CRE4D WA license # 693ZGW 1986 - CHEV CAV4D WA license # 757KXT 1991 - PONT FBDCP WA license # 062XNE 1993 - TOYT CAM4D WA license # 322XSS 1994 - GEO GEOPRIZM WA license # AJN6314 1995 - VOLKS JET4D WA license # ALB2464 1997 - CHRY CON4D WA license # 314XAR 1998 - TOYT PU WA license # B12304X 1999 - CHEV SUBSW WA license # AGY2028 2003 - HONDA CIVIC WA license # 022UPM PENINSULA TOWING 1988 - HONDA ACC4D WA license # 138YJW FORD: ‘90 Taurus Wagon. Runs fine, body OK, has some issues. $850. (360)457-4399. HONDA: ‘06 Accord LX. V6, 49K. orig. owner, recent maint. $12,500. (360)417-8859 HONDA: ‘94 Accord LX. Runs after fuel filter fixed. $1,000/obo. (360)477-9082 LEXUS ‘03 ES300 Fully loaded, we seldom see cars this age in this fine condition, don’t miss this level of quality at this low price. $12,200 Preview at: heckmanmotors.com Heckman Motors 111 E. Front, P.A. (360)912-3583

MITSUBISHI: ‘03 E c l i p s e. B l a ck , gr e a t cond., 188k miles. $5,700. (360)460-2536. NISSAN ‘10 MAXIMA SPORT A true sport sedan with room for 5 passengers. This is one fine road machine, auto, 3.5L V6, 290 hp, moonroof, fully loaded, fuel efficient. It’s pretty much got it all. 32K low miles. $19,950 Preview at: heckmanmotors.com Heckman Motors 111 E. Front, P.A. (360)912-3583

NISSAN: ‘89 300 ZX. Red. V6. Automatic. Tt o p. M a ny n ew p a r t s. $4,500/obo. (360)681-3579 SATURN: ‘07 Aura. Low mi. $8,000. (360)796-4762

SATURN ‘98 SC2 COUPE 1.9L DOHC 4 Cyl, auto, traction control, alloys, new tires, tilt, A/C, Kenwood CD Stereo, dual front airbags. Only 128k miles! If you are seriously looking for a good-running, affordable car, you have found it! 4 Cyl for excellent gas milage. Clean condition, inside and out! Get some serious value for your dollar! $2,995 GRAY MOTORS 457-4901 graymotors.com SCION: ‘08 XB. 40K, excellent. $12,500. (360)928-3669 TOYOTA : ‘ 0 4 C o r o l l a CE. White, auto, air, CD, 80K, nice, safe, reliable. $7,500. (360)670-3437. VW: ‘74 Classic conver tible Super Beetle. $9,500/obo. Call after 6 p.m. (360)460-2644.

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BRUSHFIRE TRUCK 1981 4X4 1 ton dually, 4 speed manual with granny low, 5.7L V8, 250 gallon H2O tank, 4 yr old Honda GX690 generator, dual side diamond plate tool boxes, everything is in great operating condition and was meticulously maintained by an Eastern Washington fire depar tment. Try and find one this nice! $10,500 VOLVO: 1987 240. One Preview at: owner. $1,500. heckmanmotors.com (360)461-5013 Heckman Motors 111 E. Front, P.A. VOLVO ‘99 V70 GLT (360)912-3583 C a r fa x c e r t i f i e d o n e o w n e r ! 1 0 4 k m i l e s , CANOPY: Arrow canopy l e a t h e r i n t e r i o r, ve r y f o r s h o r t b e d t r u c k . clean inside and out, White fiberglass. Sliding powerful 2.5L engine, w i n d o w. H a s l i g h t s . a u t o m a t i c t r a n s w i t h Been in storage. $150. overdrive, 30+ highway Phone (360)457-9393. M P G , n ew t i r e s, r o o f racks, all the power op- CHEV: ‘78 Scottsdale tions, and more! Volvo’s M o d e l . C a n o py, r u n s have an excellent repu- good. $850. tation for safety making (360)808-1115 this an ideal family vehicle! CHEV: ‘80 2 ton. ‘454’ $5,950 engine, 4 sp, 2 sp rear Lipman’s Automotive axle, 3’ deck with 13’ IN HOUSE FINANCING dump bed, 70 gal. diesel AVAILABLE tank. $2,000/obo. (360)452-5050 (360)457-4521 or www.lipmansauto.com 477-3964 after 6 p.m. 2840 E Hwy 101 E PA

C H E V: ‘ 9 5 3 5 0 0 H D. 8’x15’ wood deck, 84,760 mi., GTX 10-30 every 3,000 mi., original owner. $8,500. (360)301-0050 CHEV: ‘98 S-10 4WD. 117K mi., Vortec engine, tow pkg, canopy, good condition. $4,500/obo. (360)477-4838

DODGE ‘05 RAM 250 CREW CAB SHORT BED SLT 4X4 5.9L Cummins 24V turbo-diesel, auto, 17” alloys, tow package, trailer break controller, spray-in bed liner, diamond-plate t o o l b ox / a u x i l i a r y f u e l tank, Buckstop bumper, key l e s s e n t r y, p ow e r windows, doors locks, mirrors and driver’s seat, c r u i s e , t i l t , A / C, C D stereo, info center, dual front airbags, KBB of $32,649! $27,995 GRAY MOTORS 457-4901 graymotors.com DODGE: 1991 D150, 2wd, 3.9V6, auto, 115k, 15-18mpg. Good glass, new tires, Radiator f l u s h e d , r e c e n t L O F. Runs great, starts easy, dependable truck. Full size. Would drive anywhere. $2450/obo. (360)452-7439

FORD: ‘00 F250 Sup e r C a b. Au t o 2 W D, 147K miles, tow package, power seat and windows, power sunroof, sliding rear glass window. Recent tune up and underbody spray treatment. $5,500/obo. (360)504-0300

FORD ‘09 F150 KING RANCH 4X4 SUPER CREW This truck literally has it all! Full luxur y power, power moonroof, heated and cooled leather captains chairs, navigation system, SYNC voice activated communications and entertainment system. KING RANCH! Awesome truck! Priced right at $30,900 Preview at: heckmanmotors.com Heckman Motors 111 E. Front, P.A. (360)912-3583

FORD: ‘86 F250 XLT. Matching canopy. $1,500. 1-360-269-1208 or 1-3601269-1030.

FORD: ‘88 3/4 ton. Runs good. $1,000. (360)775-9669

FORD: ‘94 F150 XLT. Low mi., 4x4, runs good, looks good. $4,500. (360)452-6758 DODGE: ‘99 Ram 4X4 Flatbed tr uck. Low miles, recent oil change, transmission flush and filter changes. 3/4 ton 360 engine. call 461-4151. Photos available by request. Price reduced to $3500/obo.

V W : 1 9 7 3 B e e t l e . CHEV: ‘81 3+3. Dump b ox , 4 W D, 4 5 4 a u t o. $2,250/obo. FORD: ‘01 Ranger. 4x4, $3,000/obo. 460-6176. (360)477-3725 matching canopy, good VW: ‘66 Bug. Excellent CHEV: ‘88 Dually. Crew running. $6,500. 1-360-269-1208 or cab. $1,500. shape. $5,000. 1-360-269-1030 (360)477-1761 (360)457-7022

FORD: ‘98 F150. Rims, tinted, black, extended cab. Quick sale. $2,775. (360)460-0518

GMC: ‘91 2500 Extra Cab 4X4. No rust. $2,500/obo. 477-2334.

M A Z DA : ‘ 8 4 P i c k u p. Runs good, low miles. $1,200. (360)452-5126.

TOYOTA: ‘05 Tacoma. TRD, double cab, 4WD, 98K mi., V6. $15,900. (360)460-6308

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VW ‘11 JETTA TDI TURBO DIESEL SEDAN This car is immaculate, auto, fuel efficient 4 cyl. diesel, power moon roof, leather, CD, 16” aluminum wheel and tire pkg., all the amenities. Excellent economy without sacrificing power. Low 29K miles, 40 MPG highway! $21,900 Preview at: SUBARU: ‘91 Legacy heckmanmotors.com Wagon. 5 speed, AWD. Heckman Motors $2,500. (360)683-5460. 111 E. Front, P.A. (360)912-3583 TOYOTA : ‘ 0 1 S o l a r a . Auto, 2 door, loaded. $4,300/obo. 461-5193. 9434 Pickup Trucks

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SUBARU ‘05 IMPREZA WRX AWD WAGON The Impreza Wagon is known for its handling and maneuverability. Auto, 4 cyl, AC, CD, ABS brakes, fully loaded, nice unit, low 75K mi. $14,500 Preview at: heckmanmotors.com Heckman Motors 111 E. Front, P.A. (360)912-3583

Clallam County Public Utility District No. 1, heat pump system replacement, 110 Idea Place, $8,690. Larry and Wilma Hendrickson, attached sunroom, 1622 Finn Hall Rd., $12,007. Michael and Sharron Currie, detached carport, 92 Robinson Road, $14,464. Dodd and Bonnie Emery, detached pole building, 161 Stone Road, $20,028. Bayview PA LLC, fire alarm system upgrade, 2745 E. U.S. Highway 101, $4,000. Costco Wholesale Inc., heat pump replacement, 100 Hooker Road, $18,973. Michael H. and Patricia Devlin Trustees, bathroom remodeling, 2629 Monroe Road, $11,691. Carolyn Y. and Jean Evanoff, manufactured home placement, 721 Burnt Mountain Road, $55,000. Elmer and Kristy Grasser, roof covering over existing deck, 162 Fergy Lane, $11,167. Gearald S. Zirkle, communication tower upgrade, 182 Round Tree Road, $20,000. James Dries, ductless heat pump, 1291 Thornton Drive, $5,107. Gerhard and Mary M. Heller, wood stove installation, 742 Gehrke Road, $3,000. Danny Richards, wood stove installation, 325 Wild Orchid Road, $3,000. Peggy Smith, heat pump system, 169 Plum Tree Lane, $8,867.

Port Angeles Port Angeles Plaza Associates, illuminated channel letter sign, 1940 E. First St., $6,500. Janee and Lyle P. Lester Jr., wall-mounted sign, 105 E. First St., $300. Jerry D. White, and Deborah Homenko, tenant sign, 229 W. First St. Roland and Charlotte Arredondo, deck replacement, 2222 W. Twelfth St., $3,700. Richard and Mary Smithton, wall-mounted sign, 1206 C St., $300. Ronald L. Dotson, LPG insert and fireplace, 1822 E. Fourth St., $4,627. Fred and Jeanie Defrang, bathroom and laundry addition, 1604 E. Fourth St., $6,000. William Clevenger and Jack Gray, water meter installation, 331½ W. Second St. Robert B. and Nancy Baird Brown, heat pump system, 2140 W. Seventh St., $10,763.

Sequim Walter W. and Montel R. Livingston, single-family residence with attached garage, 678 Oakwood Drive, $218,131. Public Hospital District No. 2, commercial fire sprinklers, 840 N. Fifth Ave., $2,300. Clallam County Fire District No. 3, sign installation, 323 N. Fifth Ave., $9,500. Ursula E. and Norma E. McGill, roof replacement, 871 & 873 N. Oxford Way, $20,350. Ursula E. and Norma E. McGill, roof replacement, 841 & 843 N. Oxford Way, $20,350. Dorothy F. Shreffler Trustee, roof replacement, 861 & 863 N. Oxford Way, $19,280. Mary S. Dickey, roof replacement, 831 & 833 N. Oxford Way, $24,406. Emily E. Westcott, roof replacement, 851 & 853 N. Oxford Way, $19,226.

Jefferson County Mark Johnson, new single-family residence with attached garage, 72 Resolute Lane, $271,714. Jason White, new single-family residence with attached garage and propane tank placement, 10 S. White Fir Way, $83,000. Andrew Scherffius, new single-family residence, 125 McCurdy Point Rd., $330,000. John Tonan, new propane tank, lines and furnace, 70 Dennis Blvd. Evergreen Coho Retreat, relocation of existing propane tank, 2481 Anderson Lake Road. Bruce Freeland, propane tank and fireplace insert, 250 Victoria Loop. Wilfred Litzler, fireplace installation, 1032 Woodland Drive. Bruce Huntingford, residential addition, 3275 Beaver Valley Road, $12,053.

Port Townsend David and Alison Perry Hero, install retractable screen and room walls, 237 Taylor St., $5,000. Jefferson County Public Hospital District No. 2, remodeling of serving area, 834 Sheridan St., $39,000. Wildflower Inn LLC, window installation, 533 Quincy St., $7,197. Mary and Gary McDowell, glass greenhouse, 650 S St., $30,800. Carlyn K. Stark, deck construction and bedroom/dining room addition, 1237 Clay St., $33,000. Nelson Family Trust, basement addition to existing garage, 329 Cleveland St., $60,000. Robert L. Hansen Jr., sunroom addition to single-family residence, 3145 Howard St., $15,000. Todd and Rebekah B. McGuire, remodeling and new accessory dwelling unit, 505 P St., $75,000. Chris Longridge and Carol Burch, new detached garage, 1428 Monroe St., $45,000. Vernon W. Bessey and Vida E. Kotte, new fence installation, 411 Van Buren St., $1,400.

Department reports Area building departments report a total of 49 building permits issued from May 10 to May 16, with a total valuation of $1,569,891: Port Angeles, 9 at $32,190; Sequim, 8 at $333,543; Clallam County, 14 at $195,994; Port Townsend, 10 at $311,397; Jefferson County, 8 at $696,767.


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SCOPE OF WORK Clallam County Clallam County The on-call campus architect will provide services for the planning and design of multiple capital imJANITORIAL SERVICES FOR THE CLALLAM provement projects on the campuses of Olympic COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Medical Center in Port Angeles and Sequim, Washington. Projects may include new buildings, reNOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS pair/maintenance projects, remodels/additions and infrastructure improvements from $1 million to $12 Notice is hereby given that the Clallam County million. The agreement will run from agreement Parks, Fair & Facilities Department will receive execution date through June 30, 2015. sealed bids until 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 21, 2013 at the Parks, Fair & Facilities office, Room The work will consist of the design and construction 180, in the Historic Clallam County Courthouse, management of projects underway as well as pro- 223 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, Washington, ject planning, scope and budget development of 98362-0149, for the following: new projects for future capital budget requests. The goals are to minimize disruptions to the camJanitorial Services for the pus operations; maximize efficiencies for the consultant and staff; to maintain consistent planning Clallam County Health Department, and design standards; and to maintain a coordinated program schedule for completing all the work in Located at: a thoughtful organized manner. Consultants should have a strong background in medical construction and have experience with Department of Health, Joint Commission and infection control procedures.

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Department at Olympic Medical Center prior to 4:00 PM on June 28, 2013. Address submittals to: Call for details. $2,500. (360)452-6649 Olympic Medical Center GMC: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98 Jimmy (Blaz- Plant Operations Department er). Low mi. on new mo- 939 Caroline Street tor, clean, runs great, all Port Angeles, WA 98362 extras. 1st $2,900 takes Attn: Tina Schrock it. (360)452-6611. NO FAXED COPIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. HONDA â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07 CRV LX 4WD, auto, fully loaded, very nice, excellent con- Following an evaluation of these submittals, the dition inside and out, consultant selection board will interview firms deemed to be the most highly qualified for the rewell appointed options. quired service. Firms selected to be interviewed $12,900 shall be notified by June 29, 2013, with interviews Preview at: to be scheduled shortly after. heckmanmotors.com Heckman Motors Olympic Medical Center is an affirmative action em111 E. Front, P.A. ployer. This is not a request for a proposal. (360)912-3583 All submittals become the property of Olympic LINCOLN: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;04 Naviga- Medical Center. Legal No. 483792 t o r. 9 5 k , AW D, 4 X 4 , Pub: May 26, 2013 leather, seats 7 comNOTICE OF APPLICATION fortably, good family veAND PUBLIC HEARING hicle, new compressor and tabs, 6 disc changer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section and Bose sound sys- 26.10.410(2) CCC, the Clallam County Department t e r m , v e r y r e l i a b l e . of Community Development (DCD) has scheduled $12,000/obo. a public hearing before the Clallam County Hear(360)460-5421 ings Examiner for June 12, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. in Room 160 of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 TOYOTA â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;02 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362. The 4RUNNER SR5 4X4 3.4L V6, auto, alloys, purpose of the hearing is to review public testimony new tires, sunroof, roof regarding the following permit application: rack, tow package, tinted windows, keyless entry, Application: JOKRIJO Properties LLC (Jeff Konop owe r w i n d ow s, d o o r paski) proposed a Critical Areas Variance (VAR locks, and mirrors, leath- 2013-02) for the to place fill in the outer 25 feet of a er seating, cruise, tilt, 75 foot wetland buffer on a 5 acre parcel. A Critical A / C , C D / C a s s e t t e Area Variance is a Type III permit and is subject to stereo, dual front air- the criteria found in Section 27.12.725 CCC. bags, only 128k miles, sparkling clean inside This proposal is to place approximately 10,000 cuand out! Loaded with op- bic yards of fill within the northern (outer) 25 feet of tions! Leather and sun- the 75 foot Major buffer to the Category III wetland roof! The 4Runner is a located along the southern property line. This is inN o r t h w e s t f a v o r i t e ! tended to provide additional flat developable area on the site and to accommodate more fill. Come see why! $11,995 On April 10, 2013 a Wetland Mitigation Plan preGRAY MOTORS pared by Loggy Soil and Wetlands was received for 457-4901 the Critical Area Variance. The Wetland Mitigation graymotors.com Plan proposes to leave the first 50 feet of the wetTOYOTA: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;92 4Runner. land buffer undisturbed, enhancing 25 feet of al4WD, V6, auto, sunroof, tered buffer, and providing an additional 34.5 feet of 199,500 mi., fair to good sloped upland area. This would entail planting cond. $1,950. 461-0054. 1,110 trees and 2,150 shrubs in the area from 50 to 109.5 feet from the edge of the wetland. This result the buffer being increased from 75 to 9730 Vans & Minivans would 109.5 feet for this Category III Wetland. This plan Others also includes maintenance and monitoring the enhancement areas for a period of 5 years. DODGE â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;01 GRAND CARAVAN SPORT Location: The 5 acre disposal site is located 5 3.3L V6, roof rack, priva- miles west of the City of Sequim and 7.5 miles east cy glass, dual sliding of the City of Port Angeles, approximately 300 feet doors, power windows, south of U.S. 101 behind Mid-Way Metals. This doors, locks, mirrors, site is located 500 feet west of N. Barr Road and cruise, tilt, A/C, rear A/C, 1,000 feet west of McDonald Creek within the SW dual zone climate con- Âź of the SE Âź of Section 18, T30N, R04W, W.M. t r o l , C D s t e r e o, d u a l Clallam County, Washington. Referenced by Asfront airbags. Only 85k sessor Tax Parcel Number 043018-430075. miles! Sparkling clean, inside and out! Room for Studies Submitted: A Wetland Delineation was the whole family! Priced prepared by Olympic On-Site received on March to fit your budget. 22, 2013 for this site. The wetland delineation de$5,995 termined that there are two wetlands location on the GRAY MOTORS property. There is a 1.18 acre Category III Wetland 457-4901 located along the southern edge of the parcel and a graymotors.com 0.256 acre Category IV Wetland located at the northwest corner of the site. FORD â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;06 E-350 SUPERDUTY 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BOX Permits: DCD issued a Certificate of Compliance VAN 5.4 liter V8, auto, A/C, (CRI 2013-06) was issued on May 14, 2013 to cruise, tilt, 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; superior place approximately 50,000 cubic yards of fill from a l u m i n u m h i g h c u b e the Washington State Department of Transportation box, roll up door, dual U.S. 101 Widening Project, on 2.25 acre upland rear wheels, only 21,000 area on this 5 acre parcel. The fill would be placed miles, spotless â&#x20AC;&#x153;Auto- approximately 50 feet high at a 2 to 1 slope (horicheckâ&#x20AC;? vehicle histor y zontal to vertical). CRI 2013-06 did not authorize report. A Proud addition the placement of any fill within the wetlands or required buffers. A DNS was issued for CRI 2013-06 to your business. proposal on April 17, 2013 by DCD. $17,495 REID & JOHNSON Lead Agency: A SEPA environmental checklist MOTORS 457-9663 (ECL 2013-06) has been submitted for the proporeidandjohnson.com sal. Clallam County DCD is the lead agency and isFORD: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;91 Van. Wheel- sued a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) on chair lift, 97k miles, en- March 22, 2012 for this proposal. Comments on the DNS must be submitted by June 5, 2013. gine purrs. $3,800. (360)681-5383 Comments & Additional Information: Any inter9931 Legal Notices ested person may submit written or oral comments on the proposal prior to the close of the open record Clallam County hearing scheduled for June 12, 2013 at 11 a.m. AUCTION: Angeles Mini DCD will prepare a staff report seven days prior to Storage, 919 W. Laurid- the hearing. The decision on the application will be sen Blvd., P.A., at 1 p.m. made by the Hearing Examiner within 10 working on Thursday, May 30, days after the record closes. Any person may also 2013. Tenants & Units submit a written request to DCD to receive a notice as follows: Jim Fearn, of the decision once it is made. The application A29; Sabra Fredricks, and above referenced material is available for pubA82; Trina Mills, A188; lic review at the DCD from Monday to Friday, beJulia Smith, A221; Kath- tween 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For additional informaleen Bullock, A245. Call tion please contact the project planner Greg Ballard 452-2400 to verify. at DCD, 223 East Fourth Street, Suite 5, Port AnLegal No. 483548 geles, WA 98362. Phone (360) 565-2616. Pub: May 26, 27, 2013 Pub: May 26, 2013 Legal No. 483541

111 East 3rd Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362. Bids must be marked on the OUTSIDE OF ENVELOPE: â&#x20AC;&#x153;BID OPENING â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Health Department Janitorial Services.â&#x20AC;?

Specifications, contract documents, and bid proposal forms for the above services/supplies may be inspected at and copies may be obtained at the Clallam County Parks, Fair & Facilities Department Office (phone 360/417-2291), in the Historic Clallam County Courthouse during regular business hours. All persons proposing to bid are required to inspect and to obtain a copy of the documents prior to bidding.

All bidding related questions shall be directed to Joel G. Winborn, Director, Clallam County Parks, Fair & Facilities Department at 360.417.2429, or email at jwinborn@co.clallam.wa.us.

Clallam County will determine the most responsible proposal in accordance with Clallam County Code Section 3.12 and further reserves the right to reject all bids received and waive formalities in the bidding process.

A mandatory Pre-Bid Walk-Through is scheduled for Friday, June 7, 2013 at 10:00 am at the site. Pub: May 26, June 2, 2013 Legal No. 483701 NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS â&#x20AC;&#x153;REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONSâ&#x20AC;?

Architectural Consultant Services are Required for On-Call Campus Architect at Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles and Sequim, Washington.

SCOPE OF WORK The on-call campus architect will provide services for the planning and design of multiple capital improvement projects on the campuses of Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles and Sequim, Washington. Projects may include new buildings, repair/maintenance projects, remodels/additions and infrastructure improvements up to $500,000. The agreement will run from agreement execution date through June 30, 2015.

The work will consist of the design and construction management of projects underway as well as project planning, scope and budget development of new projects for future capital budget requests. The goals are to minimize disruptions to the campus operations; maximize efficiencies for the consultant and staff; to maintain consistent planning and design standards; and to maintain a coordinated program schedule for completing all the work in a thoughtful organized manner.

Consultants should have a strong background in medical construction and have experience with Department of Health, Joint Commission and infection control procedures.

Olympic Medical Center reserves the right to continue with the consultant selected in the 2013-2015 biennium for future phases of project work in subsequent biennia or to conduct a new selection for future phases of project work. Olympic Medical Center also reserves the right to enter into agreements with other consultant firms for work on the campus during the term of this agreement. For campus specific questions, contact Scott Bower, Plant Operations and Construction Manager, at (360) 417-7170.

Firms will be considered for selection based upon the following criteria categories, weighted as indicated: Qualifications of Key Personnel (35%); Previous Performance (25%); Relevant Experience (25%); Expressed Interest (15%). SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS

Submit six (6) sets of qualifications to include: Executive Summary, Federal 330 form and any other pertinent data to assist the Selection Board in evaluating qualifications. To qualify for review, submittals must be delivered to and date/time stamped by the Plant Operations Department at Olympic Medical Center prior to 4:00 PM on June 28, 2013. Address submittals to: Olympic Medical Center Plant Operations Department 939 Caroline Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 Attn: Tina Schrock NO FAXED COPIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Following an evaluation of these submittals, the consultant selection board will interview firms deemed to be the most highly qualified for the required service. Firms selected to be interviewed shall be notified by June 29, 2013, with interviews to be scheduled shortly after.

Olympic Medical Center is an affirmative action employer. This is not a request for a proposal. All submittals become the property of Olympic Medical Center. Pub: May 26, 2013 Legal No. 483784

9932 Port Angeles 9932 Port Angeles Legals Legals Summary of Ordinances Adopted by the Port Angeles City Council On May 21, 2013

Ordinance No. 3478 This Ordinance of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, makes changes to Chapters 8.30, 11.08, 13.32, 14.36, 14.40, 16.04, 17.08 and 17.11 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to Land Use.

Ordinance No. 3479 This Ordinance of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, making changes to Chapter 15.80 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to environment definitions.

The full texts of the Ordinances are available at City Hall in the City Clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s office, on the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at www.cityofpa.us, or will be mailed upon request. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. These Ordinances shall take effect five days following the date of publication by summary. Janessa Hurd City Clerk Pub: May 26, 2013 Legal No. 483870


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Back in the saddle A&E’s hit show ‘Longmire’ returns for Season 2 By Rebecca Potter TV Media

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here’s a storm brewing, and it’s headed to Absaroka County. “Longmire,” the westernthemed crime-drama, makes its triumphant return as its sophomore season kicks off Monday, May 27, on A&E. This show is based on the Walt Longmire mystery series, written by Craig Johnson. Focused on the tale of an aging sheriff in a small Wyoming county, there are a total of eight books in the series with two more to be released this year. “A Serpent’s Tooth” is due out on Tuesday, June 4, and “Spirit of Steamboat” will be released Thursday, Oct. 17. This season picks up right where its critically acclaimed first season ended. Longmire is still moving on from his wife’s murder and fighting his own deputy,

Branch Connally, for re-election. Walt’s trusted deputy, Vic Moretti, is visited by ghosts from her past that she would rather forget. Walt’s daughter, Cady, continues to search for clues to the murder of her mother, while Walt’s relationship with his longtime and trusted friend, Henry Standing Bear, hangs in the balance. All the while, the death of Walt’s wife looms. In the season premiere, the impending storm and limited resources in Absaroka County threaten to stop Walt when a prison transfer goes wrong. Walt urgently chases a serial killer, his fellow escapees and their hostages up a mountain before the storm hits. On top of all that, Walt endures hypothermic hallucinations that force him to face his troubled past. In its first season, “Longmire” (along with “The Glades”) helped to make A&E the No. 1

cable network in total viewers for Sunday nights between 9 and 11 p.m. “Longmire” is also A&E’s most-watched original drama, averaging around four million viewers in its freshman season, making it the best first season in A&E’s history. Robert Taylor plays the title character of Walt Longmire, the charismatic and witty sheriff of Absaroka County, Wy. Recently widowed, Longmire is a man who buries his pain behind a brave face. He’s known for his old-fashioned approach, while his dedication to the law and his passion for the great West make him a great lawman. Not to be mistaken with the great American actor known for playing Billy in 1941’s “Billy the Kid,” Taylor hails from Australia and has been in the acting business for more than 20 years. Taylor is known for his work all over America, Australia and the U.K.

and has been in such movies as “The Matrix” (1999) and “Vertical Limit” (2000). Victoria “Vic” Moretti is played by Katee Sackhoff. She’s the newest addition to the sheriff’s office. Having left the homicide division in Philadelphia after five years, Vic is still adjusting to dealing with the locals. Her playful relationship with Longmire holds a deeper connection that allows her to be his most trusted deputy. Vic is out to prove she isn’t a rookie and to show she is capable and loyal. Sackhoff is best known for her role as Kara (Starbuck) Thrace in “Battlestar Galactica,” but she has guest starred in a number of different television shows since then, including “Nip/Tuck,” “24,” “Workaholics” and “The Big Bang Theory.” Branch Connally, a deputy in Absaroka County played by Bailey Chase, is a go-getter with

Robert Taylor stars in “Longmire.” blind confidence. His political aspirations often motivate him more than solving cases. His resentment toward Walt’s outdated approach further inspires him to run for sheriff, convinced that he’s been picking up Walt’s slack. He wants to bring Absaroka County into the 21st century, and he longs to update the sheriff’s station with the technology that other law enforcement agencies use. Chase moved to Los Angeles after completing university to pursue his career in acting, picking up guest roles in a number of

popular ‘90s televisions shows, such as “Baywatch,” “Sweet Valley High,” “Charmed” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Chase is best known for his role as Det. Butch Ada in “Saving Grace.” Walt’s loyal friend Henry Standing Bear is played by the talented Lou Diamond Phillips. A local bar owner, Henry is a handsome and charming Cheyenne who is fiercely protective of his tribe. Being a business owner, he is comfortable with progress and modernity while maintaining a connection with his past, unlike his dear friend, Longmire.

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Q: On “Game of Thrones,” is the actress who plays Brienne actually as tall as they make her seem? I know there’s a certain amount of special-effects work in fantasy, but I can’t tell if she’s real or not. A: In a fantasy-genre story like “Game of Thrones,” where fighting ability is a major factor in a person’s apparent worth, it’s not surprising that author George R.R. Martin put a lot of emphasis on size. But so did the casting agents: actress Gwendoline Christie is the real deal. She stands at six-foot-three, and dedicated herself to a gruel ling gym regimen to get in shape for the role — boxing, yoga, kickboxing and, she says, lots of protein. “There was a lot of work because I didn’t really have any muscle on me at all,” she told Vulture.com. “It was a lot of packing on as much muscle mass as possible to just have the strength to carry out the stunts.” But she wasn’t a total stranger to physical fitness prior to taking on the role. “I was a semi-professional gymnast as a child,” she told “Access Hollywood,” but her career was ended by a spinal injury, so she pursued acting instead. She also revealed in the same interview that the attribute that makes her so striking on “Game of Thrones” — indeed, that may have made her a star today — was a source of pain as a child, and that she had trouble embracing it. “It was hard ... All of the bullying and insults that I have received, very painfully over the years — about being tall and about you know, my androgyny — I was stepping into that.” Size was a factor in a few other “Game of Thrones” casting choices as well. Of course Peter Dinklage’s height was a factor in being cast as a character nicknamed “The Imp,” whose shortness is a defining factor in his life, but there were others as well. The Clegane brothers, Sandor (a.k.a. “The Hound”) and Gregor, were supposed to have been near-giants themselves, as are the actors who play them.

Back to the end of the future: Talk about deja-vu. This summer will see the final season of the beloved animated comedy “Futurama” — again. The show, which was created by “The Simpsons” creator Matt Groening, was already canceled once back in 2003 after a less-than-stellar run on Fox. Much like fellow animated comedy “Family Guy,” though, “Futurama” was revived with new episodes, thanks to overwhelming popularity post-cancelation, and since 2010, the employees of the Planet Express delivery company have had a home on Comedy Central. While the lights may be going dark for “Futurama,” the immediate future is looking pretty bright for the show’s legions of fans. With an outof-this-world lineup of guest stars announced, loads of online bonus content and a special “Countdown to ‘Futurama’” happening on the show’s Facebook page, this fan-favorite hit will most definitely be going out with a bang. Among the guest stars who’ll lend their voices to the second final season are comedian Sarah Silverman (2012’s “Wreck-It Ralph”); ‘60s TV icons George Takei (“Star Trek”); Adam West and Burt Ward (both of “Batman” fame); and the voice of the show’s Robot Devil himself, Dan Castellaneta (“The Simpsons” and 2011’s “Super 8”). Before the Planet Express crew blasts off on their final hilarious misadventure, though, fans should make sure they come in for a landing at the Comedy Central website cc.com. In celebration of the seven seasons of the sixtime Emmy-winning show, the site is playing host to highlights and photo galleries of concept artwork of this season’s episodes, side-splitting clips from seasons past, exclusive

Q: I love David Shatraw in “Titus” — what else has he done? What is he doing now? A: Once I realized you’re asking about the mostly forgotten Fox sitcom that ran from 2000 to 2002, and not the much-betterknown 1999 Shakespearean film adaptation of the same name, I was able to find out for you. Of course, comedic supporting man David Shatraw would have been out of place opposite Anthony Hopkins in the gory adaptation of Shakespeare’s tale of Rome at war. The working-stiff sitcom starring popular standup comic Christopher Titus was a much better fit for him. Indeed, it remains his best-known role. Everything else he’s done has been short-term supporting work. He had brief turns on “The Starter Wife” in 2008, and the short-lived HBO series “Tell Me You Love Me” in 2007. He also did small arcs in the classic soaps “All My Children” (two episodes) and “One Life to Live” (four episodes) in 2010. Despite a pretty serious dry spell after “Titus,” he’s still plugging away at a screen career. He was lined up for a role in the holiday heartwarmer “Saving Santa” that was to have been produced last year, but that seems to have gotten lost in filmdevelopment limbo.

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interviews with the cast and crew, and even a special “making of an episode” documentary. The final season gets underway with a special two-episode premiere on Wednesday, June 19, and ends with what promises to be an emotional finale on Wednesday, Sept. 4, the show’s 140th episode. Of course, if “Futurama’s” past has taught us anything, it’s that the future isn’t always written in stone. Tune in for the end of “Futurama” — again. Not-so-wicked witches: Long Island — that big piece of land jutting out into the Atlantic off the coast of New York City proper — is known for a lot of things, but witches aren’t one of them. That may be about to change. Lifetime has been hard at work on “The Witches of East End,” an exciting new drama that promises to be

full of supernatural fun. The 10-episode series is scheduled to air later this year. Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Melissa de la Cruz, “The Witches of East End” follows two young women whose quiet lives in the sleepy Long Island town of East Haven become suddenly spellbound when their mother reveals the family secret to them: she’s a powerful witch, and so are they! As usual with Lifetime’s scripted fare, the level of talent on screen is set to be top notch. Cast in the role of family matriarch and immortal witch Joanna Beauchamp is Julia Ormond, another breakout role for the actress following her much-talked-about appearances in “Mad Men” and “Law and Order: Criminal Intent.” Cast as her daughters, the unwitting witches, are Jenna Dewan-Tatum (“American Horror Story”) and Rachel Boston (“In Plain Sight”). Mädchen Amick (“Gossip Girl,” “Californication”) has also joined the cast as the girls’ mischievous aunt Wendy. “The Witches of East End” is just the latest entry in Lifetime’s rapidly expanding slate of original scripted series. With the hit drama “The Client List” airing its second season, and the buzzed-about “Devious Maids” premiering in June, Lifetime is working hard on becoming the go-to destination for your drama fix.

It’s a dream a lot of people — both young and old — share, and now celebrity wannabes get a peek into that world. Boy band sensation The Wanted have taken the world by storm with their signature brand of pop music, and now they’re aiming to take over TV screens. “The Wanted Life” starts rocking Sunday, June 2, on E!. Cameras follow the five young members of this U.K. import as they live the lives of celebrities in sunny Los Angeles, chronicling their highs and lows as they work on their much-anticipated third album. “This talented and outspoken English-Irish band are setting their own course to fame, and this journey is the foundation of the series,” said executive producer Ryan Seacrest (“American Idol”). “It’s a road that’s bound to include irresistible pop tracks along with plenty of humor, antics and drama.” “The Wanted Life” certainly won’t be the first show to chronicle the lives of celebrities. MTV’s “The Osbournes,” which took a peek inside the lives of rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his eclectic family, was a huge hit with audiences and critics alike, while Bravo’s “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List” netted two Primetime

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Wild Hogs (2007, Comedy) William H. Macy, Martin

The Pacifier (2005, Comedy) Lauren Graham, Faith The 700 Club 180* 311* Videos Lawrence, John Travolta. Ford, Vin Diesel.

Night at the Museum: FXM

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Red Planet (‘00, Sci-Fi) Val Kilmer, Tom Sizemore, Carrie-Anne Moss. Weird or What? (N) Weird or What? (N) Weird "Power of the Mind" The King of Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld "The The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang Gets the Last The Big Bang Conan Queens "Pilot" Stakeout" Theory Theory Theory Theory Laugh? (N) Theory

Hard Times (‘75, Dra)

Bullitt (1968, Crime Story) Robert Duvall, Jacqueline

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The Scorpion King (2002, Action) Kelly Hu, Steven

The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior (2008, 130* 254* Velocity" Brand, The Rock. Action) Tom Wu, Karen Shenaz David, Michael Copon. To Be Announced Alien Autopsy Mermaids "The Body Found" Mermaids Mermaids 184* 282* The Real Housewives of Inside Actors Studio The Emmy nominated series, hosted To Be Announced Million Dollar "Video Killed Watch What Beverly Hills 129* 273* Beverly Hills by James Lipton, reaches a milestone of 250 episodes. (N) The Real Estate Star" (N) Happens (N) CNBC Special CNBC Special Mad Money CNBC Special CNBC Special Paid Paid 208 355 Program Program Piers Morgan Live Anderson Cooper 360 OutFront Piers Morgan Live Anderson Cooper 360 OutFront 200 202 Sunny Tosh.O Colbert Daily Show Workaholics Futurama Futurama South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Colbert 107* 249* Key Capitol Hill Hearings Key Capitol Hill Hearings 210 350 The Big Brain Theory: Pure The Big Brain Theory: Pure MythBusters "Indy Car MythBusters "Battle of the The Big Brain Theory: Pure MythBusters "Battle of the 182* 278* Genius "Three Little Pigs" Genius "Triathlabots" Special" Sexes - Round Two" (N) Genius "Waterfall" (N) Sexes - Round Two" Good Luck ... Jessie A.N.T. Farm Dog Blog

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On the Record The O'Reilly Factor Hannity On the Record The Five Restaurant: Impossible Rest. "Pollard's Bar-B-Que" Restaurant "In the Pits" Restaurant Stakeout (N) Diners Diners Two and Half Two and Half

Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son (‘11, Com) Martin Lawrence.

Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son Big Break Mexico Golf Central PGA Tour The Golf Fix On the Range PGA Tour Learning C. Brady Bunch Brady Bunch Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Curb Appeal Curb Appeal Cousins Call Cousins Call Property Brothers HouseH (N) House Property Brothers Pickers "Too Hot to Handle" Pickers "The Royal Risk" Only in America Top Shot "Best of the Best" T op Shot "Best of the Best" Wife Swap Two matriarchs To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced trade households for 10 days. The Last Word All in With Chris Hayes The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Hardball Breakout (N) Locked up "Vegas Mobster" Breakout Alaska State Troopers State Troop. "Shots Fired" SpongeBob Drake & Josh Full House Full House Full House Full House The Nanny The Nanny Friends Friends MLB Baseball Seattle Mariners vs. San Diego Padres Site: Petco Park -- San Diego, Calif. Post-game MLB Baseball Seattle Mariners vs. San (L) Diego Padres Site: Petco Park (L) Bar Rescue "Jon T, He Don't

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Tension mounts during the final round of auditions and the top 19 are revealed. Things heat up even more as the remaining cooks compete in a lamb challenge before they face their first Mystery Box challenge. All the while, an elimination challenge looms.

Breaking Amish: Brave New World - Secrets Revealed (61) TLC

8:00 p.m.

Several young people from Amish and Mennonite communities continue their journey to explore the modern world. Abe, Rebecca, Jeremiah, Sabrina and Kate invite cameras along as they struggle to adapt to their new lives in Sarasota, Fla.

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9:00

p.m.

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10:00 p.m.

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When the university forces Sheldon to work with Barry Kripke, he discovers Kripke’s work is more advanced than his own and becomes depressed. Elsewhere, Raj and Howard order action figures that are supposed to look exactly like them.

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The Machine has generated twice the workload for the team when it comes up with the numbers of both a man and his wife. Reese and Finch soon discover there’s a hit out on the couple. Mark Pellegrino guest stars as the husband, Daniel Drake.

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11 PM

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010, Adventure) Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, The 700 Club 180* 311* Joey Fools Daniel Radcliffe.

The Departed (2006, Thriller) Matt Damon, Jack

The Departed (2006, Thriller) Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio. F XM FXM 133 258 Presents Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio. Presents Hannity On the Record The O'Reilly Factor Hannity On the Record The Five Chopped Sweet "Global Genius" C hopped "Grilltastic!" C hopped (N) Giving You the Business (N) Iron Chef America Two and Half Two and Half Anger M.

Step Brothers (‘08, Com) John C. Reilly, Will Ferrell. Anger M. (N) Two and Half Two and Half Total Biase Total Biase PGA Golf The Memorial Tournament Golf Central G. Goose (N) PGA Golf The Memorial Tournament Round 1 Site: Muirfield Village Golf Club Brady Bunch Brady Bunch Brady Bunch Brady Bunch Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier You Live in What? House House Hunt. Love It or List It, Too Renovation Raiders (N) House Hunt. House (N) House Hunt. House Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Swamp People Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Dance Moms Dance Moms To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced

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Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant

Shutter Island (‘09, Myst) Mark Ruffalo, Ben Kingsley, Leonardo DiCaprio.

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White Hunter, Black Heart (1990, Drama) Jeffrey Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story

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