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Alyssa Pelayo of Hong Kong is splattered with mud while trying to emerge from a mud puddle at the base of the “slip and slide” obstacle at the Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles on Saturday. Hundreds of people took part in Run A Muck, a 5-kilometer obstacle course that featured a wide variety of race hazards designed to challenge a participant’s stamina — and cleanliness.

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Borrowed float keeps PT royalty on the road Lilac loaner will become a Rhody roller BY CHARLIE BERMANT PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND — A borrowed parade float temporarily replacing the Rhododendron Festival float that burned is being renovated and will be ready for a parade in Olympia on Saturday. “We are going to work on building a new float and will have it up and running for the Olympia parade,” said Christie Hensley, Rhododendron Festival president. “We then need to turn our efforts toward getting a permanent new float for next year.” The old float, which was more than 20 years old, caught fire June 27 after appearing in the Fathoms O’ Fun parade in Port Orchard. There were no injuries, although the float was destroyed along with a new sound system and personal property.

Lilac Festival Within a week, the organization was offered the use of an auxiliary float from the Lilac Festival in Spokane. It was transported from Spokane to the Jefferson County

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Calif. official: ‘Stolen’ water was paid for WATER FROM A public hydrant that Tom Selleck has been accused of stealing from in dry California was legally purchased, an official said. The Calleguas Municipal Water District in Ventura County sued the “Magnum, P.I.” star, Selleck alleging that a tanker truck filled up at

the hydrant and took it to Selleck’s 60-acre ranch more than 12 times in the past two years. The district announced a tentative settlement with Selleck on Thursday. Jay Spurgin, public works director for the city of Thousand Oaks, said a construction company paid a fee to secure the rights to draw water from the city hydrant two years ago. About 1.4 million gallons of water were taken from the hydrant during that period. “There was water used during that time, and it was paid for,” he said. Construction firms and contractors can obtain special meters that allow them to haul water from hydrants for large projects. Companies

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OMAR SHARIF, 83, who was immediately enshrined in his Hollywood debut as a smoldering leading man in “Lawrence of Arabia” in the 1960s, died of a heart attack in a Cairo hospital Friday, his Londonbased agent Steve Kenis and close friends said. Mr. Sharif’s son Tarek revealed in May that his father had Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, Mr. Sharif he’d been in 1963 suffering from the disease for three years, said Zahi Hawass, the former chief of Egypt’s antiquities administration who was a close friend of Sharif. When director David Lean cast the Egyptianborn Mr. Sharif in 1962’s “Lawrence of Arabia,” Mr. Sharif was already the biggest heartthrob in his homeland, where he played brooding, romantic heroes in multiple films in the 1950s — and was married to Egyptian cinema’s reign-

The statement said Mr. Stabler “passed peacefully” Wednesday while surrounded by Mr. Stabler family, in 1966 including his three daughters and longtime partner, who wasn’t named. Mr. Stabler was a fourtime Pro Bowl selection with the Raiders, leading the franchise to consistent success during the 1970s, including a 32-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in the 1977 Super Bowl. The Foley, Ala., native threw for 27,938 career yards over 15 seasons, which also included stints _________ with the Houston Oilers KEN STABLER, 69, and New Orleans Saints who led the Oakland RaidDuring his college career, ers to a Super Bowl victory Stabler led Alabama to an and was the NFL’s Most undefeated 1966 season and Valuable Player in 1974, was chosen the Sugar Bowl has died as a result of com- MVP after a 34-7 rout of plications from stage 4 Nebraska. colon cancer, which he was He also ran for a long diagnosed with in February. touchdown on a rain-soaked His family announced field during the 1967 Iron his death on Mr. Stabler’s Bowl to lead the Tide to a Facebook page Thursday. 7-3 win over Auburn. ing screen beauty. But he was a virtual unknown elsewhere. He wasn’t Lean’s first choice to play Sherif Ali, the tribal leader with whom Peter O’Toole’s T.E. Lawrence teams up to help lead the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire, but the film brought him a supporting-actor Oscar nomination. His international stardom was cemented three years later by his starring turn in another sweeping historical epic by Lean, “Doctor Zhivago.” Although Mr. Sharif never achieved that level of success again, he remained a sought-after actor for many years, able to play different nationalities.

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Setting it Straight Corrections and clarifications

■ A 13-year-old boy was charged with three counts of first-degree child rape after Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies said he assaulted a 7-year-old girl on a Chimacum school bus. A report July 3 on Page A1 of the Jefferson County edition and Page A5 of the Peninsula Lookback Clallam County edition erroFrom the pages of the PENINSULA DAILY NEWS and Port Angeles Evening News neously said the Chimacum Middle School student was Trail up the 100-foot bluff to ing Attorney Ralph Smythe, 1940 (75 years ago) charged with first-degree Olympic Memorial Hospital who also acts as coroner. The body of a woman rape. at the top has been prowrapped in two blankets According to state law, posed. 1965 (50 years ago) around which had been rape of a child in the first The hospital’s creative wound many strands of rope For the first time in their degree is when a person has concept also is viewed as a were found in Lake Crescent history, Olympic National sexual intercourse with way to get Waterfront Trail near Rocky Point. Park and Olympic National another who is younger than users around the ITT RayThe body had been in the Forest began charging for 12 years old and is not maronier pulp and paper mill, lake for more than six ried to the perpetrator, and admittance to several select which blocks the trail’s months, according to Clalthe perpetrator is at least 24 campgrounds. planned extension to the lam County Medical Officer months older than the vicFive national park campeast. Dr. I.E. Kaveney. tim. grounds began collecting a It’s not clear yet whether The features were unrec- 50-cent daily fee, and six Rape in the first degree the hospital’s $431,000 plan is defined as engaging in ognizable, he said, but he national forest spots came will survive. was able to deduce that she under the same charge. sexual intercourse with The hospital itself is hav- another person by forcible was about 35 years old, Visitors purchasing a $2 ing second thoughts and is about 5 feet 6 inches tall compulsion. permit or $7 car sticker did looking for public reaction — and weighed about 140 Both are Class A felonies. not have to pay the 50-cent and support. pounds. ________ charge. Olympic Trails Coalition All indications point to The Peninsula Daily News president Mike Langley said the conclusion that the strives at all times for accuracy 1990 (25 years ago) the hospital’s tram plan woman had either been and fairness in articles, headlines A public tram connecting doesn’t get people back killed or was unconscious and photographs. To correct an the east end of the popular down the bluff east of the before being thrown in the error or to clarify a news story, lake, said county ProsecutPort Angeles Waterfront Rayonier mill. phone Executive Editor Rex

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IN THE U.S. Highway 101 passing lane east of Blyn, 27 cars consecutively ignoring the “Keep right except to pass” sign, with only one exception . . . WANTED! “Seen Around” items recalling things seen on the North Olympic Peninsula. Send them to PDN News Desk, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles WA 98362; fax 360-417-3521; or email news@ peninsuladailynews.com. Be sure you mention where you saw your “Seen Around.”

Laugh Lines A NOBEL PRIZEWINNING scientist was asked about female scientists, and he said: “Three things happen when they are in the lab: You fall in love with them, they fall in love with you, and when you criticize them, they cry.” His funeral is Saturday. Conan O’Brien

Looking Back From the files of The Associated Press

TODAY IS SUNDAY, July 12, the 193rd day of 2015. There are 172 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: ■ On July 12, 1862, during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln signed a bill authorizing the Army Medal of Honor. On this date: ■ In 1543, England’s King Henry VIII married his sixth and last wife, Catherine Parr. ■ In 1690, forces led by William of Orange defeated the army of James II at the Battle of the Boyne in Ireland. ■ In 1909, the House of Representatives joined the Senate in passing the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, allowing for

a federal income tax, and submitted it to the states. It was declared ratified in February 1913. ■ In 1957, President Dwight D. Eisenhower was flown by helicopter from the White House to a secret mountaintop location as part of a drill involving a mock nuclear attack on Washington. ■ In 1975, the African island nation of San Tome and Principe became independent of Portugal. ■ In 1977, President Jimmy Carter defended Supreme Court limits on government payments for poor women’s abortions, saying, “There are many things in life that are not fair.” ■ In 1984, Democratic presidential candidate Walter F. Mondale

announced his choice of U.S. Rep. Geraldine A. Ferraro of New York to be his running-mate; Ferraro was the first woman to run for vice president on a major-party ticket. ■ In 1988, Democratic presidential candidate Michael S. Dukakis tapped Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of Texas as his running-mate. ■ In 1994, President Bill Clinton, visiting Germany, went to the eastern sector of Berlin, the first U.S. president to do so since Harry Truman. ■ Ten years ago: Mohammed Bouyeri, a Muslim extremist on trial in the slaying of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh, unexpectedly confessed in court, saying he was driven by religious conviction.

Bouyeri was sentenced to life in prison. ■ Five years ago: Roman Polanski was declared a free man, no longer confined to house arrest in his Alpine villa, after Swiss authorities rejected a U.S. request for the Oscar-winning director’s extradition because of a 32-year-old sex conviction. ■ One year ago: Afghanistan’s two rival candidates reached a breakthrough agreement brokered by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to allow a complete audit of their contested presidential election. Former Finance Minister Ashraf Ghani emerged the winner over former Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah.


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A4 Briefly: Nation Confederate flag’s last stand: Mississippi BILOXI, Miss. — When South Carolina removed the Confederate flag from the state Capitol in a historic ceremony Friday morning, the nation’s eyes turned to Mississippi, the last state to fly the emblem on public buildings. As the national NAACP convention convened Saturday in Philadelphia, NAACP leaders from Mississippi were Crowell fielding comments about Mississippi being the lone holdout on the Confederate flag, which is incorporated in the state flag. “It’s embarrassing to me to have to talk about it,” said James Crowell, president of the Biloxi branch. “I’ve lived in Mississippi all my life.” Gov. Phil Bryant and Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, who hold sway over state legislation, oppose the flag’s removal without a statewide vote.

Trump stumps LAS VEGAS — Business developer and Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump says his comments about immigration have become a move-

ment and has pointed to violence perpetrated by immigrants in the U.S. illegally to defend his stance. Trump spoke Saturday to about 2,000 gathered for the annual Libertarian-led FreedomFest inside a Planet Hollywood ballroom on the Las Vegas Strip. Trump brought on stage Jamiel Shaw Sr., a Southern California man whose 17-yearold son was shot and killed in 2008 by a man in the country illegally. Shaw told the crowd about his son’s death, adding that he trusts Trump. One Arizona woman in the audience, who says she’s been a Libertarian for 43 years, held a sign protesting that “Donald Trump is not a Libertarian.”

Today’s news guests WASHINGTON — Guest lineups for today’s TV news shows: ■ ABC’s “This Week” — Carly Fiorina, a Republican presidential candidate; Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J. ■ NBC’s “Meet the Press” — Gov. Nikki Haley, R-S.C.; Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn. ■ CBS’s “Face the Nation” — House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio; Sens. Bernie Sanders, D-Vt., a Democratic presidential candidate, and Tom Cotton, R-Ark. ■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., a Republican presidential candidate; former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, a Democratic presidential candidate; Alex Walker and Scott Walker, sons of Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis., a Republican presidential candidate. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.; former Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., a Democratic presidential candidate; Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., a Republican presidential candidate.

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Briefly: World “Being here with you makes me feel at home,” Francis said in his homily. He then VIENNA — As negotiators at spoke affecIran nuclear talks labored to tionately make headway, the country’s Francis supreme leader called Saturday about the for the struggle against the U.S. women of this tiny, landlocked nation, praising to continue, in comments suggesting that Tehran’s distrust of them for rebuilding the country Washington, D.C., will persist no after a devastating war in the matter what the outcome of the 1860s wiped out more than half the population, primarily men. talks. When he was archbishop of The negotiations entered Buenos Aires, the former Carditheir 15th day Saturday with no nal Jorge Mario Bergoglio often indications of major progress visited the Villa 21 slum where after three extensions and four target dates for a deal, and dip- many Paraguayan immigrants lomats said it remained unclear live. whether an agreement could be 2 die in attack reached by Monday, the latest deadline. MOSCOW — At least two Although it was unclear people were killed Saturday in a whether Ayatollah Ali Khamegun and grenade attack in a nei was preparing the ground western Ukraine city involving for the failure of the talks, his the country’s notorious nationalcomments were likely to add to ist militia, Right Sector. skepticism over the outcome at Police had surrounded some the negotiating table. gunmen in a wooded area of the city of Mukachevo and were tryPope in Paraguay ing to negotiate their peaceful surrender, a statement from the CAACUPE, Paraguay — regional prosecutor’s office said. Pope Francis lauded the But details of the subsequent strength and religious fervor of violence remained confused. Paraguayan women Saturday Ukrainian news reports earwhile visiting the country’s most lier said the violence broke out important pilgrimage site, at a sports facility reportedly where thousands of his fellow controlled by a national parliaArgentines joined with hundreds of thousands of local faith- ment member from a faction opposed to Right Sector. ful to welcome Latin America’s first pope. The Associated Press

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A participant runs in front of a fighting bull on a Pamplona, Spain, street during one of the runnings of the bulls at the San Fermin Festival on Saturday. Revelers from around the world arrive to Pamplona every year to take part in some of the festival’s eight days of the running of the bulls, made famous by Ernest Hemingway’s novel The Sun Also Rises in 1926.

GOP strategists mold anti-Hillary campaign Approach takes cues from Dem images of Mitt BY ASHLEY PARKER AND AMY CHOZICK THE NEW YORK TIMES

believe will be the Democratic nominee, and to infuse the public consciousness with those messages. On the campaign trail, Clinton focuses Clinton on policy issues, like the economic vision she plans to lay out in a speech Monday. But in private, her campaign has prepped for the anticipated lines of attack against her. The effort to vilify Clinton could ultimately cost several hundred million dollars, given the variety and volume of political organizations involved. The typical voter has not necessarily fully tuned in to election coverage or followed the intricacies of Clinton’s use of a private email account or foreign donations to her family’s foundation.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Inside an office park, about a dozen women gathered to watch a 30-second television spot that opened with Hillary Rodham Clinton looking well-coiffed and aristocratic, toasting champagne with her tuxedoed husband, the former president, against a golden-hued backdrop. The ad then cuts to Mrs. Clinton describing being “dead broke” when she and her husband left the White House, before a narrator intoned that Hillary Clinton makes more money in a single speech, about $300,000, than an average family earns in five years. The message hit a nerve. “She’s out of touch,” said one of the women, who works as a laun- Early Mitt attacks dry attendant. But Republicans are acutely aware that early attacks labeling Different ‘reality’ Mitt Romney as elitist were impos“Her reality is just so different sible for him to shake in 2012, and than mine,” murmured another, as they view these next several operatives from American Cross- months as critical in laying the roads, a Republican “super PAC,” groundwork to taint, and ultiwatched closely from behind a one- mately defeat, Clinton. That is why, on a rainy night in way mirror. In rooms like this one around Orlando, Crossroads, which was the country, an expensive and founded by the Republican stratesophisticated effort is underway to gist Karl Rove, gathered about 50 test and refine the most potent voters representing groups that it lines of attack against Clinton, believes can be persuaded to vote and, ultimately, to persuade Amer- against Clinton — an all-white icans that she does not deserve mix of young men, low-income adults, married mothers and polittheir votes. While the general election is 16 ically moderate women. One problem in developing negmonths away, Republican groups are eager to begin building a pow- ative messages about Clinton, erful case against the woman they Republican strategists have found,

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is that she and her husband have survived so many controversies by dismissing them as partisan attacks. So the Republican organizations are seeking to develop lines of attack that resonate more deeply or raise unsettling questions about Hillary Clinton’s character. The ads highlighted Clinton’s deleting of emails from her private account, tried to tie her to President Barack Obama, portrayed her as distant from middle-class Americans and sought to persuade women that they do not need to support her because of her gender.

Distrust leads poll About 57 percent of Americans do not believe Clinton is honest and trustworthy, according to a CNN poll released June 2. “She’s got an open wound, and part of our job is to pour salt in it,” said Glen Bolger, a co-founder of Public Opinion Strategies, the Republican polling firm that conducted the focus groups. Clinton’s campaign and Democratic groups believe that attacks on her trustworthiness and wealth could be the most damaging if they do not aggressively combat them. The Clinton campaign also has tried to turn the trust issue around by arguing that while the opposition tries to make voters distrust how Clinton handled her email as secretary of state, they can trust her more than Republicans to look out for middle-class Americans. Democratic political groups, of course, will undertake their own offensive to attack a Republican nominee or front-runner, much as they did with Romney. But their task has been made more difficult by the large and uncertain Republican field.

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Nation: Boston bomber may face more charges

World: Greece pressured by creditors’ skepticism

THE EFFORT TO track the impact of a crude oil pipeline spill on the Santa Barbara coast in May hit beaches last week as far south as Orange County, officials said Saturday. Tar ball samples were taken Thursday and Friday from Gaviota to Newport Beach, about 170 miles away, for a better reference point of where oil is washing up and to improve reporting, according to a news release from officials overseeing the cleanup. The cleanup continues after an underground pipe owned by Texasbased Plains All American Pipeline ruptured on May 19 and spilled up to 101,000 gallons of crude oil.

AUTHOR HARPER LEE’S new novel, Go Set a Watchman, to be released Tuesday, might be an uncomfortable read for To Kill a Mockingbird fans, and not because friends of the 89-year-old author have claimed she was manipulated into publishing the sequel. The new shocker: Atticus Finch, beloved father of Scout and the fictional hero of the Mockingbird story, is not so noble after all. Watchman, which was written before To Kill a Mockingbird and shelved when the publisher encouraged Lee to rewrite the story from young Scout’s perspective, depicts the lawyer as a racist who once attended a Ku Klux Klan meeting.

BOSTON MARATHON BOMBER Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will still face state charges in the death of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer even though he is already on death row inside a federal prison, a prosecutor said. Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan told The Boston Globe that it was appropriate to continue with the case considering Tsarnaev’s federal convictions are not final pending appeal. Tsarnaev, 21, was sentenced to death last month after being convicted of federal charges in the April 2013 bombing that killed three people.

GREECE’S FINANCE MINISTER was struggling late Saturday to convince skeptical creditors that the Greek government can be trusted to deliver on its reform promises in exchange for a financial rescue package securing the country’s future in the euro. More than seven hours after they sat down to discuss Greece’s bailout request, eurozone finance ministers appeared likely to extend their meeting into the early morning hours as they negotiated over what additional measures the Greek government can take. Greece has made a request to Europe’s bailout fund for a $59.5 billion, 3-year financial package.


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SEQUIM — A Bremerton man was arrested for investigation of seconddegree burglary, seconddegree theft and firstdegree trafficking in stolen property after a caretaker detained him at gunpoint. Deputies arrested Kenneth Johnson, 48, after the caretaker for the business property formerly known as Affordable Roofing and Crane at 258663 U.S. Highway 101 in Sequim called dispatchers at about 6:37 p.m. Thursday to say he was holding two men he suspected of burglary at gunpoint. Deputies did not identify the caretaker. The case has been referred to the Clallam

he caretaker told deputies he had discovered evidence that people had been unlawfully entering the former business’ fenced property and outbuildings.

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driver to stop. The driver complied, and the caretaker held the two at gunpoint until law enforcement officers arrived, King said. Within minutes, a State Patrol trooper patrolling Highway 101 arrived and took the two into custody, King said, adding that deputies arrived shortly afterward. After being granted a search warrant, deputies searched the car and found tools previously stolen from the property with a cumulative value of about $1,500, King said. He added that the men had sold some of the scrap metal to a local scrap recycling company. The company was not identified.

Cobb remained in jail without bond on an outstanding state Department of Corrections warrant for violating conditions of his community custody placement. The caretaker told deputies he had discovered evidence that people had been unlawfully entering the former business’ fenced property and outbuildings. He said tools, scrap metal and power equipment had been stolen. The removal of copper tubing had caused several thousand dollars’ worth of damage, he told deputies. On Thursday, he saw a car with two men inside enter the fenced property. Armed with a handgun, he approached the vehicle and at gunpoint ordered the

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Wet air helps slow growth of Queets fire But firefighters say days of rain would be needed to stanch blaze PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Moist marine air that moved up the Queets River drainage is keeping the Paradise Fire quiet, with no significant growth reported up the rugged slopes of Pelton Peak, firefighters said Saturday. Continued minimal growth for the backcountry rainforest wildfire was forecast through today. The blaze on Thursday gained an additional 20 acres. It has now consumed a total of about 1,600 acres and is about 21 percent contained. Full containment isn’t expected until late September. About 100 men and women are fighting the fire. Firefighters predicted it would take significant rainfall over several days to seriously affect the fire, which can smolder for long periods in dry duff. The blaze, sparked by a lightning strike on May 15, is about 31 miles eastnortheast of Kalaloch and about 37 miles southeast of Forks.

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PORT TOWNSEND — Mystery Bay and Kilisut Harbor have been closed to recreational shellfish harvesting because of elevated levels of marine toxins that cause the potentially lethal paralytic shellfish poisoning. The closed area includes all of Kilisut Harbor up to the southern edge of Fort Flagler State Park. It is for all species of shellfish. The state Department of Health found the elevated levels in samples of shellfish from Mystery Bay, Jefferson County Environmental Health said in a news release issued Friday. Mystery Bay was previously under a seasonal closure. A danger sign has been posted at Mystery Bay warning people not to consume shellfish from the area. Shellfish harvested commercially are tested for toxins prior to distribution and should be safe to eat. Elsewhere in Jefferson County, Hood Canal beaches from the Hood Canal Bridge south to Brown Point are closed to recreational harvest of all types of shellfish, as are those on Discovery Bay and Port Ludlow, including Mats Mats Bay. In Clallam County, beaches on the Strait of Juan de Fuca east to the

Jefferson County line are closed to recreational harvest of all species of shellfish, as are Sequim and Discovery bays. Ocean beaches in both counties are closed for the season. The closure includes clams, oysters, mussels, scallops and other species of molluscan shellfish. This closure does not apply to shrimp. Crabmeat is not known to contain the biotoxin, but the guts can contain unsafe levels. To be safe, clean crab thoroughly and discard the guts (also known as the “butter”). Marine biotoxins are not destroyed by cooking or freezing. People can become ill from eating shellfish contaminated with the naturally occurring marine algae containing toxins harmful to humans. Symptoms of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) can appear within minutes or hours and usually begin with tingling lips and tongue, moving to the hands and feet, followed by difficulty breathing and potentially death. Anyone experiencing these symptoms should contact a health care provider immediately. For extreme reactions, call 9-1-1. In most cases, the algae that contain the toxins cannot be seen and must be

It has spread up tree trunks along lichen that has dried out for lack of rain. Flaming chunks of lichen then fall to the forest floor. Fire managers Saturday sent a 20-person fire attack crew from Oregon to join 10 members of the Washington Conservation Corps to improve the Queets River trail and allow pack animals to carry supplies from the trailhead to the fire. On Friday, they had cleared about 2 miles of trail to pre-existing width

using hand tools and chain saws, which are allowed for trail maintenance. The trail had not been kept up for years and was blocked by overgrowth and fallen logs. Improved ground access allows fire commanders to supply their crews in weather like Saturday’s, when a 700-foot ceiling over the river kept helicopters from operating. Until Saturday, all personnel and supplies had been flown in. Fire managers also developed contingency plans to help firefighters react when weather turns warm and dry again. The plans identify natural barriers where firefighters could actively fight the blaze when it reaches them. Their goal is to contain the fire within Olympic National Park and stop its spread south and west. A ban on open fires continues in the park’s wilderness backcountry, including all locations along the coast. Campfires are permitted only in established fire grates at established frontcountry campgrounds. More information is also available on InciWeb at http://inciweb.nwcg.gov.


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PT council Aquaponic farm ripens in eyes update downtown Port Angeles on supply

Her next set of grow beds will go online in about a week. The two greenhouses are jammed with tomatoes, and she envisions a day when the salads in Port Angeles restaurants are made of her local greens.

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The Port Townsend City Council will hear an update on the city water supply when it meets Monday. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers at historic City Hall, 540 Water St. The council also will discuss the SpeakUp Port Townsend website, capital projects status and library agreements between the school district, the Library Foundation and Friends of the Library. Council office hours, during which members of the public can discuss any topic with a member of the City Council, take place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday in the mayor’s office at historic City Hall. Also meeting this week is the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the thirdfloor conference room at City Hall, 250 Madison St.

County commissioners The three Jefferson County commissioners will hold an executive session concerning attorney-client privilege and the open meetings act when they meet Monday. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in chambers, 1820 Jefferson St. The executive session will be at 10 a.m. Items on the consent agenda include: ■ Approval of an agreement for Jefferson County Public Health to use $82,402, a grant from the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, for the Early Intervention Program. ■ Approval of a $53,680 contract with Ryfield Properties Inc. for a supply of riprap to be stockpiled in Quilcene for emergency road repair. ■ Approval of a $32,970 contract with Lakeside Industries Inc. for paving repair at Milepost 3.9 on Upper Hoh Road. The contract is funded by the Federal Highway Administration. ■ Approval of an agreement to allocate $375 per case per quarter for the Children’s Representation Program. ■ Approval of a $2,499 contract with Northwest Weed Management for roadside weed control. ■ Acceptance of $77,208 in state money for expansion of evidence-based treatment and training programs for juvenile court services.

PORT ANGELES — Four hundred heads of lettuce. Italian tomatoes, grapevines, peas, cucumbers, amaranth and artichokes. And weeds? No, the farmer says. Not a problem. There do tend to be rubberneckers, seeing as how this farm, blooming madly into the summer, is on the main street in downtown Port Angeles. Greg Voyles, the Farmers Insurance agent whose office is close by, buys a halfpound bag of lettuce here every week. “It’s amazing,” he said. “Fresh as you can get.” Maureen Wall of Port Angeles is the farmer beside the old Odd Fellows Hall at 314 W. First St. She owns that canary-hued hulk, and now she’s using the quarter-acre beside it for an aquaponic operation. Its name is “This Is Odd: An Urban Farm,” and it uses a combination of aquaculture — tanks of fish — and hydroponics in raised beds where the plants grow in water instead of soil. Yet there’s nothing odd about Wall’s method. Aquaponics is an ancient

Eye on Jefferson School Board will conduct a retreat, a public hearing on the proposed 2015-16 budget and consider a board vacancy when it meets Monday. The retreat, public hearing and regular meeting will be in Room S-11 at 1610 Blaine St. The retreat will be from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The public hearing will be at 5 p.m., and the regular meeting will begin at 6 p.m. During the retreat, the board will review its role, team-building, strategic goals and ethics of board service, and will outline an action plan. The public hearing on the proposed budget will provide details on the general fund, enrollment, revenue and expenses, among other items. At the regular meeting, the board will consider approval of a 2015-16 budget and consider filling the vacancy created when Holley Carlson resigned. They are expected to promote Scott B. Wilson to high school assistant girls basketball coach. They will consider approval of high school graduation requirements, a policy on nondiscrimination and an amendment to the superintendent’s contract. They will conduct a second review of a proposed transgender policy.

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To go with the hundreds of heads of lettuce, Maureen Wall grows tomatoes on her downtown Port Angeles farm. practice used by the Aztecs, the Chinese and the keepers of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The University of the U.S. Virgin Islands, to reduce dependence on imported food, grows vegetables aquaponically. Wall, always interested in gardening, began researching this method some years ago. She completed aquaponics training in Ukiah, Calif., and built her system of tanks, water filters, greenhouses and grow beds. Tanks of troutlike Arctic char are in the basement of the Odd Fellows Hall; the fish waste, through bacterial conversion, supplies the

nutrients needed in the grow beds. Wall has two built two beds so far and has installed the plumbing for a second pair. She runs a communitysupported agriculture, or CSA, operation for 10 subscribing households now, and as the farm grows, she hopes to sell — and deliver by bicycle — produce to nearby restaurants. To local chefs, she says: Stop by the farm, where I am most days, or call me at 360-460-5483. So far, Wall, 55, is a onewoman show, and as a farmer must be, she is both industrious and optimistic.

Wall also sees the need for a commercial kitchen for canning of local fish and produce — and she knows where it could go. The Odd Fellows Hall basement, she says, is spacious enough for exactly this purpose: a simple, batch-processing kitchen. Betsy Wharton, owner of Clallam Canning Co. and a contributor to the Peninsula Daily News column “Peninsula Kitchen,” shares Wall’s interest in such a facility. The two women have known each other for many years; both want to see sustainable businesses grow up here.

Vacant lot into a farm Wharton added that she’s “completely impressed” at the way Wall turned a vacant lot into a farm. “She has a really forward vision for that place,” Wharton said.

Board of Health The Jefferson County Board of Health will conduct a public hearing on the environmental health fee when it meets Thursday. The board will meet at 2:30 p.m. at Jefferson County Public Health, 615 Sheridan St. The board will discuss 2014 performance measures concerning maternal child health, targeted clinical health services and solid waste, as well as possible readoption of a Jefferson County public health civil enforcement code. The board will hear an update on the access to naloxone as a heroin overdose treatment.

PORT TOWNSEND RHODODENDRON FESTIVAL

The remains of the Rhododendron Festival float sit on the side of the road after the float caught fire last month.

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CONTINUED FROM A1 from scratch, she said. A basic frame for an The Jefferson HealthThe borrowed float will independently operating care Board of Commissionbe redecorated, but its lav- parade float is $6,000 to ender color is “in the same $7,000, then additional ers will hear administrative family” as the Rhody Festi- parts are added on, Hensley and financial reports at a val’s standard pink, Hens- said. meeting Wednesday. A crowdfunding camley said. The meeting will begin At the end of each sea- paign is among the efforts at 3:30 p.m. in the Jefferson son, the float is stripped to raise money for the float. Port Townsend schools Healthcare Conference As of Saturday afterdown to the frame, then Room at 2500 W. Sims Way, reconstructed to reflect the noon, www.gofundme.com/ The Port Townsend Suite 302, Port Townsend. had next year’s theme, which is rhodyfestivalfloat usually selected in January. raised $2,365 toward a Hundreds of hours of $20,000 goal. There are ways to save labor go into designing and rebuilding the float, Hens- money, Hensley said. For instance, festival volley said. The job will be more unteers can purchase refurTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS second-hand exposure. It challenging this year bished automobile engines because they are starting from Asia that have just EVERETT — Snohomish said vapor products aren largely unregulated. County health officials are KING-TV reported that considering a ban on e-cigarettes and vaping in public King, Pierce, Grant and Clark counties already ban places. The Snohomish Health e-cigarette smoking in pubDistrict said it wants to pre- lic. CONTINUED FROM A1 other subcontractor,” she The health district is takvent growing use among said. teens and to protect people ing public comments this “We made an important Hope will get more than against potential risks of month. half of the total contract, business connection, which which Eades said “is one of will help us in the future.” the largest commercial conThe Mountain View site “Imagine it Framed” tracts in our history.” is leased by the city of Port The project employed 15 Townsend from the Port see what we do on facebook people for 1,200 hours at Townsend School District. Personal Design Consultation $44.64 per hour, which Archival Custom Framing Eades calls a prevailing Repairs at commons • S h a d o w b o x e s & Mirrors • N e e d l e w o r k & C a n v a s S t r e tc h i n g wage. • D r y m o u n t in g & L a m i n a t in g Voters overwhelmingly The work led to another • A ffo rda ble S t a n d a r d S i z e F r a m e s job replacing the roof at approved Feb. 10 the sale of Mon. - Fri.: 9:30-5:30 three Naval bases in Kitsap up to $3.6 million in bonds Saturday: 10:00 - 4:00 to go toward the estimated County, Eades said. 625 E. Front Port Angeles , WA 98362 “We got that job because $4.1 million needed to comwe developed a good work- plete repairs at the aging 360-565-0308 ing relationship with the complex at 1919 Blaine St.

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over 50,000 miles of wear. This can last a long time for a parade float that travels about 10 miles during each event.

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ley said. Contributions of surplus wood and steel also will be helpful in the construction of the new float, she said. “We are optimistic that we will get all the money and the resources to build a new float that will last at least another 20 years,” Hensley said. “If we don’t get all the funds immediately, we will find a way to get it done.” For more information, go to www.rhodyfestival.org.

Aside from cash contributions, the Rhody Festival also is recruiting volunteers to help build the new float, especially craftspeople like carpenters and electricians, Hensley said. The new float will be designed with separate ________ movable stanchions as Jefferson County Editor Charlie well as “lots of nooks and Bermant can be reached at 360crannies” that will enhance 385-2335 or cbermant@peninsula the float’s flexibility, Hens- dailynews.com.

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Property owners will pay for only part of the cost of repairs, with a property tax increase of no more than 13 cents per $1,000 of valuation for 15 years. The bond will fund installation of a new heating system, roof repairs and city pool maintenance, and will address other structural issues as they occur in the 50-year-old complex, officials have said. Tenants at the former elementary school include the Port Townsend Police Department, the Port Townsend Food Bank, Jef-

ferson County YMCA, the ReCyclery, the KPTZ 91.9 FM radio station, Working Image, the Olympic Peninsula chapter of the American Red Cross and the only public pool in Jefferson County. The Jefferson County YMCA has proposed building a facility on the campus that likely would not open before 2020.

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boards, no-alcohol venue. Some chairs are available for THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE of the disabled and early arrivals. free outdoor music on the North There are snack and beverage Olympic Peninsula: vendors. ■ SEQUIM MUSIC IN THE Concerts move to the roofed PARK — Tuesday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Gateway transit center, Lincoln The Old Sidekicks (vintage country and Front streets, if there’s rain. and bluegrass). “Bubble Man” Greg Bondy proSequim’s Music in the Park is vides entertainment for kids at every Tuesday evening through Concert on the Pier with chalk for Aug. 25 at the outdoor James Cen- pavement drawing and a bubbleter amphitheater in the Sequim making machine. Water Reuse Park, 563 N. Rhodefer Next Concert on the Pier: OlymRoad, just north of Carrie Blake pic Express Big Band (big-band Park. swing), July 22. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to ■ PORT TOWNSEND CONthe grassy expanse in front of the CERT ON THE DOCK — amphitheater and a picnic meal to Thursday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., enjoy while listening to the perfor- Locust Street Taxi (jazzy folk-rock mance. sounds). Next Music in the Park: Andre The free Port Townsend Concert Feriante (classical guitar), July 21. on the Dock, sponsored by the Port ■ PORT ANGELES CONTownsend Main Street Program, CERT ON THE PIER — continues every Thursday through Wednesday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Buck Aug. 20 at the Pope Marine Plaza Naked, featuring Brian “Buck” in downtown Port Townsend. Ellard (country rock). Bring a chair or blanket and The Port Angeles Regional your shades. The concerts are for Chamber of Commerce’s Concert all ages. Dancing is encouraged. on the Pier is every Wednesday A wine, beer and cider garden night through Sept. 9 at City Pier. for concertgoers is available at the Dancing is encouraged. plaza beginning at 4:30 p.m. City Pier is a kid-friendly, dogNext Concert on the Dock: T.S. friendly, no-smoking, no-skateFisher and the Smooth Operators

(electric blues), July 23. ■ PORT TOWNSEND FREE FRIDAY AT THE FORT — Friday, noon to 1 p.m., Meg Yates and the Reverie Machine (“experimental joy folk fusion to uplift and inspire”). Centrum’s Free Fridays at the Fort concert series continues every Friday through July 31 at the Nora Porter Commons at Fort Worden State Park. A state Discover Pass is not necessary for concert parking. Grab your sun hat and sunglasses, pack a lawn chair or blanket and bring your lunch. If weather is inclement, alternative plans will be posted on the Centrum website, www.centrum. org. Next Free Friday concert: Jazz Port Townsend Participant Big Band led by Clarence Acox, July 24. ■ AND MORE — For more information about free concerts and other music events, check the Peninsula Daily News’ weekly Peninsula Spotlight section every Friday — and consult the North Olympic Peninsula Events Calendar at www.peninsuladailynews. com.

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SEQUIM — The League of Women Voters of Clallam County will sponsor a candidate forum from 1 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. today. The forum at the Shipley Center, 921 E. Hammond St., will feature candidates for the District 1 Clallam County commissioner seat, the Position 5 seat on the Sequim School Board and Clallam County Fire District No. 3. All will appear on the Aug. 4 primary ballot, which will be mailed to registered voters Wednesday.

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Indian Island to practice oil spill response PORT HADLOCK — Naval Magazine Indian Island personnel will conduct an oil spill response exercise Tuesday. During the exercise, the Navy will practice responding to a simulated oil spill in Port Townsend Bay at the northern point of Indian Island near the ammunition wharf. Navy personnel will use small boats and place bright-orange containment boom across the water. “We regularly practice responding to simulated spills to ensure we are ready to respond to a real spill, even if not caused by the Navy, and help protect the shorelines,” said Bill Kalina, environmental program site manager for the Indian Island facility. Although the public will not be impacted by this exercise, nearby residents and boaters may see oil spill response activity and equipment in the water that day from late morning to early afternoon, the Navy said. Response personnel and vehicles also may be seen on the Navy’s ammunition wharf as part of this exercise. No impact to road or

water traffic is anticipated, the Navy said.

Drought forum PORT HADLOCK — A forum on drought is scheduled at Chimacum Creek Primary School, 313 Ness’ Corner Road, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. A panel will discuss what the drought could mean locally. Various resource providers also will be present for homeowners and businesses. Time for answers to specific questions and concerns is being scheduled. The forum is organized by the North Olympic Development Council. Speakers include representatives of WSU Extension Jefferson County, the Jefferson Public Utility District, the city of Port Townsend, Jefferson County, the state Department of Ecology and Local 20/20. For more information or to have a resource table at the event, phone Kate Dean at 360-301-1750 or email info@noprcd.org. Peninsula Daily News

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Lawmakers finished their work on their 176th day of session. They adjourned their regular 105-day session two days early at the end of April after encountering their first budget obstacles. Speaking after lawmakers finished their work Friday, Inslee acknowledged the months-long slog to get a budget. “This was a tough session, but it has produced some darn good results,” Inslee said. The governor cited money for early learning, K-12 education, parks and Biology exam raises for public employees The chamber also moved as budget items he was a separate bill on an 89-1 proud of. vote that will delay a requirement for high school Months-long fight students to pass a high Lawmakers in the Demschool biology exam for this ocratic-controlled House year and 2016, which helps and Republican-controlled about 2,000 students at risk Senate had struggled for of not getting diplomas. months on the two-year The votes came a day state budget because of difafter the Senate took its fering ideas on how to final votes of the year, on address a state Supreme both the graduation Court mandate to put more requirement delay and a money into the state’s edubonding bill tied to the cation system. state’s $3.9 billion construcDemocrats initially tion budget. sought a new capital-gains tax, while Republicans Weeklong standoff insisted that no taxes were Senate action Thursday needed because of increascame following a weeklong ing state revenue. Ultistandoff that threatened to mately, Democrats dropped blow a $2 billion hole in the the new tax idea, and $38.2 billion state operating Republicans agreed to close budget signed by Inslee two some tax exemptions. The state budget spends weeks ago. That budget had an estimated $1.3 billion on assumed savings from the K-12 basic education, and it suspension of the voter- phases in tuition cuts at the approved Initiative 1351, state’s universities and colbut a two-thirds vote of leges, as well as at commueach chamber was required. nity and technical colleges.

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PORT ANGELES — Dispatch services were back to normal Saturday morning after air-conditioning condensation disrupted Clallam County’s emergency dispatch center’s equipment Thursday. Most of the service had been restored by midmorning Friday as city, county, Peninsula Communications (PenCom) and Richmond’s Radio Services personnel worked to repair

the water damage. During the disruption, radio service for the Port Angeles Fire Department, law enforcement in the central and western sectors of the county, and Fire District Nos. 2, 3 and 4 were affected. PenCom is a division of the Port Angeles Police Department that manages the 9-1-1 service in Clallam County as well as its emergency and non-emergency fire and law enforcement dispatches.

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Races in which three or more candidates are running will appear on the primary ballot. The top two vote-getters will go on to the Nov. 3 general election ballot. County Commissioner Jim McEntire, a Sequim Republican, is challenged for his seat by Bryan D. Frazier, a Carlsborg Democrat who helped found Citizens for the Preservation of Carlsborg Community

Action Group, and by Mark Ozias, a Sequim Democrat who is the director of the Sequim Food Bank. Sequim School Board member Heather Short is challenged for her seat by Charles Meyer — who will not be present at the forum but who will send a representative — and William Payne, who formerly served as the appointee prosecuting attorney for Clallam County. While the District 1 Sequim School Board race will appear on the primary ballot, two of the four candidates who originally filed for the position have withdrawn. Willard Naslund and Rebecca Bratsman withdrew from the contest too late to have their names removed from the ballot. Appointee Heather Jeffers and Robin Henrikson will run in the November election. Incumbent Michael Gawley is challenged for his Fire District No. 3 seat by Sean Ryan and Alan W. Slind. For more information about the forum and the League of Women Voters, go to the league’s website at www.lwvcla.org.

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With the final votes on the transportation package, the plan, which includes an 11.9-cent increase in the gas tax over the next two years, now goes to Gov. Jay Inslee for his expected signature. The transportation plan would increase the gas tax in two stages: a 7-cent increase Aug. 1 and a 4.9cent increase July 1, 2016. “This whole effort to get a transportation package is marked by bipartisan compromise,” said Democratic Rep. Judy Clibborn, the House Transportation Committee chairwoman. “It hasn’t been easy, but nothing is easy that is worth doing.” Rep. Ed Orcutt, a Republican from Kalama, said that while he was voting yes for the two transportation bills, he had concerns. “I’m concerned about the balance of who’s paying and who’s receiving,” he said. The 16-year plan spends $8.8 billion on state and local road projects and $1.4 billion on maintenance and preservation. An additional $1 billion would go to non-highway projects, such as bike paths, pedestrian walkways and transit. It also would allow Sound Transit to ask voters to pay for potential expansions of its rail line.

The House easily passed the measure, but Senate Democrats, who were pushing for the graduation requirement delay, initially withheld their support, and the measure failed on the Senate floor two weeks ago. After more than a day of negotiations, Senate Bill 6145 was introduced Wednesday. It delays by two years but does not eliminate the requirement that students must meet the state standard on the science assessment. Students who did not walk with their graduating class this year, the first year the assessment was required, would still receive a diploma under the measure.

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PORT TOWNSEND — Free public readings by such authors as Luis Alberto Urrea, Gary Copeland Lilley, Skip Horack, Pam Houston, Claire Davis and Joseph Stroud will begin tonight. Jimmy Kimbrell, Wendy Call, Kim Addonizio, Melissa Febos and Erin Belieu also will read selections from their work during the week of evening readings. The 11 authors are faculty members at Centrum’s Port Townsend Writers’ Conference, which began Thursday and will continue through next Sunday, July 19. Also featured this week will be participants in the conference. Faculty members will read at the Joseph F. Wheeler Theater at Fort Worden State Park. Participants in the workshop will read selections Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Northwind Arts Center, 701 Water St. During the writers’ conference, now in its 42nd year, emerging and established writers participate in workshops, lectures and readings over two weeks.

Public readings Here is the schedule of public readings: ■ Tonight, 7:15 p.m., Wheeler Theater — Lilley and Kimbrell. ■ Monday, 7 p.m., Wheeler Theater — Call and Houston. ■ Tuesday, 7 p.m., Wheeler Theater — Davis and Addonizio. ■ Wednesday, 7 p.m., Northwind Arts Center — Participant reading. ■ Thursday, 7 p.m., Wheeler Theater — Horack and Urrea. ■ Friday, 7 p.m., Wheeler Theater — Febos and Belieu. ■ Saturday, 7 p.m., Wheeler Theater — “An Evening with Joseph Stroud.” Urrea is the 2005 Pulitzer Prize finalist for nonfiction, a member of the Latino Literature Hall of Fame and the author of 16 books, including The Devil’s Highway, The Hummingbird’s Daughter, Into the Beautiful North and The Tijuana Book of the Dead. Belieu, the artistic director of the conference, is the author of Slant Six, Infanta and Black Box. Addonizio, a blues poet,

Author tapped as ’16 artistic director PORT TOWNSEND — Author Samuel Ligon is the artistic director designate for the Port Townsend Writers’ Conference. He will succeed Erin Belieu, who is completing her fifth year as artistic director of the writers’ conference. “The last five years have been one of the most rewarding and unforgettable times of my life,” said Belieu, who is expected to return as a faculty member in the future. Belieu “It’s been an honor to serve as the artistic director for the conference, which in my opinion is the best, most constructive writers’ conference in the country,” she added. Ligon’s association with the Port Townsend Writers’ Conference began in 2008, when he came to Centrum as an artist-in-residence and was invited to teach a few Ligon impromptu evening classes. “Centrum’s Writers’ Conference is invigorating, stimulating and supportive. It gives participants an edge to push themselves and their work,” said Ligon, author of Drift and Swerve, a collection of stories, and two novels, Safe in Heaven Dead and Among the Dead and Dreaming. Said Belieu, “Centrum could not have selected a better individual than Sam for their next artistic director. “He has consistently gone above and beyond his duties as a faculty member. He is incredibly organized, enthusiastic and brilliant — not to mention one of my favorite fiction writers.” Centrum Executive Director Robert Birman praised Belieu for “expert leadership,” saying that “under her watchful eye, the conference has grown in stature as well as in breadth.”

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lso, faculty members will read at the Joseph F. Wheeler Theater at Fort Worden State Park. Participants in the workshop will read selections Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Northwind Arts Center.

Elwha River salmonids must be protected, tribal, city officials say PORT ANGELES — It’s all about fish that are slowly returning to the Elwha River following the removal of two dams. T h e y must be protected from the drought, city and L o w e r Elwha Klallam tribal Fulton officials said last week. Craig Fulton, city public works and utilities director, said Stage 3 drought emergency restrictions on outdoor watering of lawns and gardens will likely be imposed this summer to protect salmon health in the Elwha River. The restrictions won’t be to preserve the city’s water supply. “Stage 3 would be for the fish,” Fulton said. “We have the ability to produce all the water we need for municipal purposes.” Fulton said the city is in good shape with five concrete reservoirs built between 1918 and 1966. They hold 18 million gallons drawn from the Elwha that’s made potable at the city’s water treatment plant, then piped to the reservoirs and city water faucets. The river is flowing at 340 cubic feet per second (cfs) two months ahead of schedule, Fulton told City Council members last week. Fulton said as it approaches 300 cfs, fish habitat is compromised — and the flow is expected to hit 150 to 180 cfs by September. Elwha Dam was fully removed by March 2012, and the last of Glines Canyon Dam was destroyed in August 2014, opening up about 70 miles of river and tributary to once-legendary fish habitat. The low river flows couldn’t have come at a worse time for Matt Beirne, the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe’s environmental coordinator. “It is pretty lousy timing for drought conditions in the

World, New & Selected Poems. Kimbrell wrote The Gatehouse Heaven, which was chosen by poet Charles Wright for the Kathryn A. Morton Prize from Sarabande Books, and My Psychic. Horack, author of The Southern Cross, The Eden Hunter and The Other Joseph, is the winner of the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference 2008 Bakeless Fiction Prize. Houston authored Cowboys Are My Weakness, Waltzing the Cat, Sight Hound and Contents May Have Shifted. Her stories have been selected for the Best American Short Stories, the O. Henry Awards, the Pushcart Prize and the Best American Short Stories of the Century. Davis, author of Winter Range, is the winner of the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award and the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Award for Fiction in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2001. For more information, SEATTLE — A Seattle visit www.centrum.org or homeowner thought a dog call 360-385-3102.

face of restoration,” he said last week. Beirne said salmonids are stressed by water that’s warmer than tribal fish biologists have ever seen recorded at the mouth of the Elwha, 5 miles from where Elwha Dam blocked salmon migration for a century. Temperatures have been as high as 24 degrees Celsius — 75 degrees Fahrenheit — and 19 degrees Celsius last week. “I have never seen temperatures at 18 at this time of year,” Beirne said. “When you get down there, and the feeling is like it would feel like bath water, it’s pretty phenomenal. “It’s like nothing we’ve ever experienced.” Salmonids in particular have exhibited signs of stress from warm water in nearshore areas and estuary ponds where the river empties into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The young fish can’t be handled for prolonged periods. They roll over too easily. And they are prone to catch diseases from other fish because there are fewer pools and they are in closer contact. Elwha River water flows to the city’s water treatment plant to the reservoirs to the faucets of city residents. Council members have been making efforts to limit water usage in light of historically low river flows for this time of year, the absence of Olympic Mountains snowpack from a dry winter and Gov. Jay Inslee’s declaration in March of a drought emergency for Clallam and Jefferson counties. In May, council members rescinded the first year of a seasonal flat water rate they had approved to benefit gardeners and green-lawn proponents. In June, they declared a Stage 2 drought emergency that called for voluntary measures and a city-sponsored public information campaign. Fulton said last week there is a 50-50 chance council members will impose Stage 3 restrictions at their regular July 21 meeting. In that case, the council would impose limited

restrictions, with the option of imposing specific times for lawn and garden watering. Fulton said he would not hazard a guess if the council will impose mandatory Stage 4 restrictions that would outlaw nonessential uses, including for garden and lawn watering. If Stage 4 happens, it won’t be for lack of water for human consumption. “That would be for the fish,” Fulton reiterated. Fulton and Beirne said the tribe and the city have been working closely to monitor the river’s flow and its impact on returning salmon.

Dams not adequate Robert Elofson, the tribe’s Elwha River fish restoration project manager, and Fulton said keeping the dams, and the reservoir-like lakes they created, would not have adequately addressed the drought. Elwha Dam held back Lake Aldwell and Glines Canyon’s Lake Mills. “They didn’t have the storage capacity to add to the flows for a long period of time,” Elofson said. The gates on both reservoirs were just 20 feet high, he said. As standing water, the warmer flow from Aldwell and Mills also could have added 15 degrees to the river temperature. “There would have been a very good chance that it would cause disease to the salmon from the low flow,” Elofson said. Fulton said the National Park Service employed a “run of the river” practice for water storage before the agency oversaw the largest dam-removal project in the nation’s history as part of a $325 million endeavor. “That meant whatever volume of water went into the dams, the Park Service let that same amount of water out of the dams,” Fulton said. “If the city was directly tapped into the dams, then it would be like a huge reservoir. “We never were tapped into the dams.”

________ Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5060, or at pgottlieb@peninsuladaily news.com.

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A9 This week’s business meetings ■ Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are held Mondays at noon at the Port Townsend Elks Lodge, 555 Otto St. This Monday’s program will feature two speakers from the state Department of Fish and Wildlife: Puget Sound shellfish manager Rich Childers and deputy law enforcement chief Mike Cenci. They will talk about the region’s shellfish fisheries, including state-tribal management, current trends and enforcement challenges. ■ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce — Twice-monthly luncheon meetings are held at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at SunLand Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim. This Tuesday’s program will feature speaker Nicole Harris, education specialist with the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. The meeting sponsor will be the Sequim Lavender Growers Association. Reservations for luncheon at $15 or beverage at $3 are required by noon Monday. Phone 360-683-6197 or email info@ sequimchamber.com to RSVP and for further information. ■ Port Angeles Business Association — Meetings are Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive. This Tuesday’s program had not been announced as of Saturday. There is a $3 minimum charged by Joshua’s for those who do not order breakfast. All the above meetings are open to the public. Peninsula Daily News

$ Briefly . . . Insurance chief warns against customer data OLYMPIA — State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has warned insurance companies against using certain personal data to rate customers. In a “Technical Assistance Advisory” sent last week to property and casualty insurers doing business in the state, Kreidler explained Kreidler that “price optimization” is illegal in Washington. The practice, he wrote, “involves an insurer’s use of sophisticated statistical analysis, often using non-insurance data, to predict a policyholder’s likelihood of renewing a policy.” Kreidler further explained price optimization in agency website video, saying the practice is aimed at “somebody that is not likely to go shopping for new insurance products. As a result of that they can raise the rates and you will still remain loyal to them. It’s really a loyalty penalty.” If a company is using such methods, he said, “we’re going to go after them.” Agency spokesman Steve Valandra said no complaints have been submitted to his office from policyholders.

T-Mobile grows BELLEVUE — T-Mobile US added 2.1 million customers during the second quarter, bringing its subscriber count to just under 59 million. T-Mobile has been champing at the bit to surpass Sprint and become the thirdlargest wireless carrier in the U.S. but has yet to do so. Legere At the end of the previous quarter, Sprint held on to its No.3 position, beating out T-Mobile by roughly 300,000 customers. On a call with media and analysts Thursday, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said he doesn’t think Sprint can add a tremendous number of customers at the same time T-Mobile is adding a tremendous number of customers, adding that T-Mobile has been “predictable and consistent” in its customer growth. Since its 2013 merger with MetroPCS, T-Mobile has added about 15 million customers, reaching 58.9 million at the end of the second quarter. This is the ninth consecutive quarter that T-Mobile has added more than 1 million customers and the fourth consecutive quarter where more than 1 million of those customers were postpaid, consid-

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KONP talk guests PORT ANGELES — Here is this week’s schedule for the 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk show segment on KONP radio, at 1450 AM, 101.7 FM and www.konp.com on the Internet outside the Port Angeles area. Station General Manager Todd Ortloff hosts the Monday through Thursday segments. This week’s scheduled lineup: ■ Monday: Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict discusses fireworks and legislative changes to the burglary statute. ■ Tuesday: Tutti Peetz discusses the upcoming Olympic Driftwood Sculptors show. Second segment: Korean War veteran Gerald Rettela gives an update on the Medal of Honor Highway (U.S. Highway 101) and two upcoming fishing events for Wounded Warriors. ■ Wednesday: Port Angeles City Manager Dan McKeen. ■ Thursday: Clallam County commissioners.

As a general rule, I’m against an alien takeover of our planet — unless they bring along one thing: a global wireless system that would simplify the endlessly complex world of options for using cellphones abroad. Prices for calling, texting and using data overseas continue to fall, but the larger system relies on a haphazard and incomplete set of agreements among wireless companies from every country on Earth. That makes finding the cheapest option that will (mostly) satisfy your needs still a complex task, depending on where you’re going, for how long and with whom. First, let’s go over some basic rules for saving. If you don’t have a foreign plan, keep international data roaming off (and check to see how much it will cost you per minute if you pick up when, say, your mother calls). To limit data use, don’t let your apps run in the background and adjust your settings so they don’t refresh. Browse the Web using an Opera app, which uses less data. Pick a messaging app (WhatsApp, Viber, Skype) so you won’t have to pay for texts, and make sure your friends and family are all on it. (Most of these now allow free calling among users.) Now I’ll break down your options into catego-

ries — but, fair warning, you’ll have to do some follow-up work, diving into the sometimes opaque websites of the service providers to figure out the most economical option for your needs and destinations.

Stick to Wi-Fi Those not addicted to social media or needing to be connected at all times to family or office can stick with free Wi-Fi hot spots — though know that it’s a calculated risk. If you do need to use the phone in an emergency, it can cost you: $5 a minute is not uncommon, and smaller service providers, like Cricket Wireless, offer limited or no service abroad. And Wi-Fi dependence brings two more problems. First, availability varies greatly by country and region (you can check overall coverage on Wi-Fi finder apps or sites). Second, using public Wi-Fi can expose you to hackers; avoid it especially if you’ll be typing in banking and credit card information. If you want to eliminate much of that risk, read on.

Free roaming T-Mobile and, since April, Sprint offer free 2G data service, free international text messaging and 20-cent-a-minute calling — with a couple of catches.

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Before heading out on summer vacation in a rental car, it’s a good idea to check what insurance coverage you already have before opting to buy expensive protection at the car rental counter. If you carry auto insurance to protect yourself and your own car, your policy probably covers you and a rental car. Still, it’s best to contact your insurance agent to clarify the specifics before you leave on a trip, said Arlene Lester, a spokeswoman for the State Farm insurance company. You should also check your policy for possible limitations, she said, including any on coverage for car rentals abroad. “Most policies will cover a loss

to a rental,” she said in an email, but she added that each claim must be reviewed individually. If you have dropped certain coverage — like collision or comprehensive, which covers theft and other hazards — to save money on premiums, then you may not be covered if your rental car is stolen or damaged, according to the Insurance Information Institute, an industry group.

Differ from state to state Insurance rules vary by state, however, so it is best to check with your agent for specifics of your policy. In New York, for instance, coverage for short-term rentals is normally included in compulsory auto liability policies, and applies even if you don’t carry optional

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$ Briefly . . . CONTINUED FROM A9 The Oak Brook-based company issued a statement saying the sounds the small yellow figures make are nonsense words, nothing offensive or profane. It says that the Minion Caveman toy makes three sounds — “para la bukay,” ‘‘hahaha” and “eh eh.” A toy acquired by The Associated Press made a sound that could be interpreted as an obscene phrase commonly abbreviated as “WTF.” McDonald’s says “a very small number of customers” have been in touch with the company about the toy. McDonald’s said the promotion is supposed to run through the end of this month.

Trump critic UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — The head of a Latino civil rights group called on more organizations to follow NBC’s example and cut business ties with Donald Trump. Alex Nogales, president of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, said ThursTrump day that the PGA of America’s decision this week to move a golf tournament from a Trumpowned course was a step in the right direction. The PGA and other major golf organizations should agree to keep tournaments off Trump properties in response to his comments about Mexican immigrants, Nogales said.

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PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Trump’s representative didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. NBC ended its partnership with Trump on the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants after the celebrity billionaire, in announcing his presidential campaign, said some Mexican immigrants to the U.S. bring drugs and crime, and some are rapists.

Drug bill passed WASHINGTON —

Urged on by the medical industry and patients’ groups, the House overwhelmingly approved a bipartisan bill that would speed federal approval of drugs and medical devices and boost biomedical research. The measure’s easy 34477 passage Friday came despite objections from consumer organizations and others arguing the measure would erode government safeguards against

Olympic Medical Center leadership — from left in background, CEO Eric Lewis and Tom Oblak, board of commissioners president — recently recognized five employees for their efforts: from left in foreground, Richard Newman, Kathy Coombes, Anita Weems, Marchetta Ketchum, Cheryl Reed and Danielle McKinney.

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PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center’s board of commissioners and Chief Executive Officer Eric Lewis recently recognized five employees for their efforts to improve their service areas. OMC Volunteer Coordinator Kathy Coombes earned recognition for her work to create and maintain a volunteer program. Laundry workers Anita Weems and Marchetta Ketchum were honored for dangerous and ineffective products. The bill’s supporters said that with advances like genetic mapping and biologic medicines produced in living cells, it is time to streamline how federal regulators assess the

meeting the growth in laundry demands and demonstrating efficiency and safety in their work. Environmental service workers Cheryl Reed and Danielle McKinney received recognition for their commitment to excellence and maintaining attention to detail and initiative, along with their capabilities of working well with others in the OMC organization to ensure the facility is clean and clutterfree, according to a statement from the medical center.

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CONTINUED FROM A9 With a stand-alone policy, Suarez said, a consumer does not have to make a First, it doesn’t work claim under his or her own everywhere. Sprint’s plan auto policy and risk an currently covers just 22 increase in premiums. countries, though that list will grow. Q&A T-Mobile’s roaming is impressive if a bit overHere are some answers stated, covering 120 “counto other questions about tries and destinations” — rental car insurance: not to be confused with 120 ■ Is coverage from my countries (Easter Island? credit card automatic? Svalbard?) To obtain the coverage, Check the lists to make you generally must charge sure your destination is the full amount of the rental included. on the card and decline the And, of course, that 2G waiver offered by the car connection can be painfully rental company. It’s best to call the slow, though it is usually card company to get the fast enough to use email details. Better yet, the and messaging apps. In my experience with Insurance Information Institute advises, get a writ- T-Mobile, you’re frequently ten copy of the credit card’s bumped up to 3G or 4G, but insurance policy before occasionally can’t connect at all. traveling. (If that happens, find ■ What if I don’t own free Wi-Fi and call your cara car and don’t carry rier through Skype for auto insurance? In that case, Lester of help.) State Farm said, you should buy insurance from the car rental agency. Gonzalez of CardHub said that those who do not own a car but drive periodically could also consider buying a “nonowner” policy. ■ Where can I find more information about rental car insurance? Both the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and the Insurance Information Institute offer tip sheets on their websites.

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If that’s important, you can set up forwarding, which doesn’t always work, or frequently switch cards, which is a pain. You can get a dual-SIM phone (not for iPhones, though) or a two-SIM adapter, which can be awkward. The smoothest solution is KnowRoaming’s international SIM “sticker,” which you attach to your current SIM card, magically turning it into two. The foreign SIM activates when you land in a different country, but you can manually flip back to your home SIM. It costs $29.95 plus usage, and rates are competitive. If you’re headed to one or just a handful of countries, especially obscure ones not included in the above plans, consider purchasing a local SIM card.

Buy on arrival The cheapest way to do this, at least theoretically, is to buy one when you arrive. This often costs just a couple of dollars (plus prepaid credit), but the ease of doing it varies greatly, depending on the registration process and access to English-language instructions. Your other option is to order the country-specific SIM card before you leave, meaning it’s already registered and loaded when you land. Cellular Abroad, for one, offers a French card that gives you a month of unlimited calling and texts, one gigabyte of data and 110 minutes of free calls to the United States and Canada for $69.95 — not cheap, but

perhaps worth it if it fits your needs. Many of the same companies offer data-only SIM cards that are cheaper, generally, than those with a local number for calling and texting. They’re largely aimed at tablet users and are particularly attractive if you have T-Mobile or Sprint on your phone for cheap calling and free texting.

How much? Cellhire, for example, provides 200 megabytes of data for $25; it works across Europe and lasts 30 days. There is also a free dataonly SIM coming soon. It will be offered by Freedom Pop — which also provides free, but limited, domestic cell service — and includes 100 megabytes of high-speed data a month in a small but soon-to-grow list of countries. For groups or travelers with multiple devices, a big money saver is to take those data-only SIMs and stick them in a Mi-Fi device — a personal Wi-Fi hot spot that is often less than $50.

Cost reduction If your group is big enough and can live without a calling plan, that reduces costs significantly. So, yes, it’s complicated; yes, you need to do your own research; and even if you’re thorough, there will often be hiccups on the road. Maybe we should try to get in touch with those aliens after all — if only we knew which SIM card has the best rates to the Andromeda Galaxy. 34766442

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Grandparents move closer to kiddies BY HARRIET EDLESON THE NEW YORK TIMES

Gerald Hardage and his wife, Edie, were driving around in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado during a family visit when something clicked inside them. One granddaughter was crawling, and the other was 3 years old. Gerald Hardage said, “‘We should just move here,’ and I said, ‘OK,’” Edie, now 64, recalled. Within months, the couple, who were retired, left St. Augustine, Fla., and rented a furnished two-bedroom condominium in Steamboat Springs, Colo. Leaving almost all their possessions in Florida — they took only clothes and other necessities — they rented out their Florida house. That was in 2008. The move required major adjustments — some of which were unexpected. And not everything turned out quite the way they had hoped. But they are grateful for the closeness they were able to develop with their grandchildren. Not all grandparents have the wherewithal — or the desire — to be closer to

their grandchildren. But with families increasingly far-flung, those who want to establish or maintain a bond may have to go where their grandchildren are. The big decision is whether that move is relatively permanent or clearly temporary, as the Hardages’ move turned out to be.

More grandparents As of the 2010 census, 34 percent of grandparents were age 55 through 64, while 26 percent were 65 through 74. Twenty percent were 75 and older, and 20 percent were 45 through 54, according to The MetLife Report on American Grandparents: New Insights for a New Generation of Grandparents. Much of what grandparents decide to do depends on whether they have the relative freedom retirement conveys, what kinds of relationships they have with their grown children, whether they are married or living independently and their degree of real or perceived financial freedom. “All grandparents in the nation are alike only in that they have one or more grandchildren,” the MetLife

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Ann Meehan moved to Chevy Chase, Md., from Pennington, N.J., to be near her granddaughter, Madeline Ward. Report said. “Within that set of 65 million Americans, there are wide variations in socioeconomic status and diversity, as there would be in any population that large.” Based on federal Census Bureau surveys from March 2010, the mean annual income of grandparent-age households was $68,500, about $500 above the mean income for all households in the United States. Yet the same survey said the mean household income of the roughly half of grandparents who were ages 45 to 64 was $81,000 a year, much higher than the $46,400 mean income of households age 65 or older.

In addition, the surveys found that about one in four grandparent-age households had an annual income of $90,000 or more, while another one in four had an income of less than $25,000 a year.

Family ties Beyond finances is the strength of family ties. Some grandparents are not inclined to move because they believe they live close enough at a 40-minute to two-hour drive. Others live across the country or on another continent. Some move; others visit. Often, the desire to live

near adult children changes over time. Parents who might not have considered moving closer to their children change their minds when a grandchild comes along. It is the birth of the next generation, the “continuity of family,” said Christine Crosby, 69, editorial director of Grand magazine and a grandmother. “It changes your view of life,” she said. “Even before my daughter became pregnant, I started thinking about coming down here,” said Ann Meehan, who relocated to Chevy Chase, Md., from Pennington, N.J., in 2013. “I had been here since July, so it was great to be here for all the anticipation.” Meehan’s daughter and son-in-law live in Arlington, Va., so she is near enough to be able to take care of her granddaughter when needed. Another way some families adapt to the birth of grandchildren is to spend part of the year where the new generation lives. Some grandparents who live in colder climates than their grandchildren spend a month in the winter, allowing them to escape harsh weather at the same time. Others go back and forth

on visits, while still others plan vacations with adult children and grandchildren.

Some suggestions Here is what grandparents suggest before moving to be near grandchildren: ■ Consider the relationship you have with your adult child. No matter how good it is, figure out your boundaries and how you would develop your own life if you moved. ■ Decide how you are going to spend your time in the new location. ■ Realize you may be leaving longtime friends and the support of a community. Think about how to establish new relationships. “You have to find your own community,” said Judith Botvin, 74, who lives in Denver. ■ Analyze the financial impact of moving. If you have more than one child and more than one grandchild, and want to relocate, compare the cost of living in each area with the cost where you are. If finances are not a big factor, you can move anywhere. If they are, make sure you figure out a budget before you put your home on the market.

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Diet drug has misuse history WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration has approved several new weight-loss drugs in recent years, but the bestselling diet pill in America isn’t among them. That title belongs to phentermine, a generic drug that has been around for decades and has managed to hold its own despite the arrival of new competitors. The drug is viewed as effective and relatively safe to help jump-start diets in patients who are obese. However, phentermine — a stimulant that can give users an inexpensive high

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Kids hooked on video games What that means to their development — and you BY JANE BRODY

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than teaching them how to self-soothe, to calm themselves down,” said Catherine Steiner-Adair, a Harvard-affiliated clinical psychologist and author of the best-selling book The Big Disconnect: Protecting Childhood and Family Relationships in the Digital Age. Before age 2, children should not be exposed to any electronic media, the pediatrics academy maintains, because “a child’s brain develops rapidly during these first years, and young children learn best by interacting with people, not screens.” Older children and teenagers should spend no more than one or two hours a day with entertainment media, preferably with high-quality content, and spend more free time playing outdoors, reading, doing hobbies and “using their imaginations in free play,” the academy recommends.

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EAVY USE OF ELECTRONIC media can have significant negative effects on children’s behavior, health and school performance. Those who watch a lot of simulated violence, common in many popular video games, can become immune to it, more inclined to act violently themselves and less likely to behave empathetically, said ELEVISION, LONG A POPULAR Dimitri A. Christakis of the Seattle Chil“baby sitter,” remains the dominant dren’s Research Institute. medium, but computers, tablets and In preparing an honors thesis at the cellphones are gradually taking over. University of Rhode Island, Kristina E. “Many parents seem to have few rules Hatch asked children about their favorite about use of media by their children and adolescents,” the academy stated, and two- video games. A fourth-grader cited “Call of Duty: thirds of those questioned in the Kaiser study said their parents had no rules about Black Ops,” because “there’s zombies in it, and you get to kill them with guns and how much time the youngsters spent with there’s violence. . . . I like blood and violence.” media. Teenagers who spend a lot of time playParents, grateful for ways to calm disruptive children and keep them from inter- ing violent video games or watching violent rupting their own screen activities, seem to shows on television have been found to be more aggressive and more likely to fight be unaware of the potential harm from so with their peers and argue with their much time spent in the virtual world. teachers, according to a study in the Jour“We’re throwing screens at children all nal of Youth and Adolescence. day long, giving them distractions rather

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Schoolwork can suffer when media time infringes on reading and studying. And the sedentary nature of most electronic involvement — along with televised ads for high-calorie fare — can foster the unhealthy weights already epidemic among the nation’s youth.

Children who are heavy users of electronics may become adept at multitasking, but they can lose the ability to focus on what is most important, a trait critical to the deep thought and problem-solving needed for many jobs and other endeavors later in life.

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WO OF MY GRANDSONS, AGES 10 and 13, seem destined to suffer some of the negative effects of videogame overuse. The 10-year-old gets up half an hour earlier on school days to play computer games, and he and his brother stay plugged into their hand-held devices on the ride to and from school. “There’s no conversation anymore,” said their grandfather, who often picks them up. When the family dines out, the boys use their devices before the meal arrives and as soon as they finish eating. “If kids are allowed to play ‘Candy Crush’ on the way to school, the car ride will be quiet, but that’s not what kids need,” Steiner-Adair said in an interview. “They need time to daydream, deal with anxieties, process their thoughts and share them with parents, who can provide reassurance.” Technology is a poor substitute for personal interaction. Out in public, Steiner-Adair added, “children have to know that life is fine off the screen. It’s interesting and good to be curious about other people, to learn how to listen. It teaches them social and emotional intelligence, which is critical for success in life.”

EXTING LOOMS AS THE NEXT national epidemic, with half of teenagers sending 50 or more text messages a day and those aged 13 through 17 averaging 3,364 texts a month, Amanda Lenhart of the Pew Research Center found in a 2012 study. An earlier Pew study found that teenagers send an average of 34 texts a night after they get into bed, adding to the sleep deprivation so common and harmful to them. And as Hatch pointed out, “as children have more of their communication through electronic media, and less of it face to face, they begin to feel more lonely and depressed.” There can be physical consequences, too. Children can develop pain in their fingers and wrists, narrowed blood vessels in their eyes (the long-term consequences of which are unknown) and neck and back pain from being slumped over their phones, tablets and computers.

_______ Jane Brody is an author of several books on science and nutrition topics and writes a “Personal Health” column for The New York Times, in which this essay originally appeared. She can be emailed via http://tinyurl. com/pdn-jbrody.

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Animal Control did a good job to get the warrant The recent seizure of animals in Sequim [“Prose- needed for us to go in and seize these animals. cutor to be Given Animal It had to work with the Case,” PDN, June 10] has Remy described the letter as neither AN OREGON SCHOOL district laws we have. brought up a lot of emohas rushed to soothe parents at a accurate nor courteous, and said an I encourage all of you tions and concerns from Salem elementary school who received apology would follow. the public, and I wanted to who think something a letter warning that children not The third paragraph begins: “Chilshould have been done respond. picked up promptly might be turned dren must be picked up on time. If they faster for these animals to I learned of the situaover to the state. are not picked up on time, we will call tion in mid-June and called contact your local legislaA Salem-Keizer School District tors, share your opinions DHS and you will then have to pick Clallam County Animal spokesman confirmed that the letter and help forge tougher them up at court the next day.” Control to see if we could about the upcoming school year was laws. DHS is the Oregon Department of be of help. sent recently to Swegle Elementary We hope that the proseHuman Services. Clallam Animal Control School parents. cution goes well. Parents already have been sent a had been working on this However, district spokesman Jay The animals are rehacase since last month and phone message apology, a Portland TV Remy says it was sent in error because bilitating at Center Valley welcomed our help. the school’s principal had not reviewed station reported. Animal Rescue and all are We had a veterinarian, it. The Associated Press doing well but still have a two volunteers and myself ways to go. helping Animal Control Sara Penhallegon, and the sheriff’s deputies of a car adorned with ConIt’s not too unlike how Quilcene sula residents opposing the seize four of the animals federate flags. electronic warfare range. Hitler led the German and assess the others. The letter writers “told First, there are the tech- masses astray — i.e., find a Penhallegon, a licensed This is what took place the [car] club that the disnological novices who are villain (electronic magneveterinary technician, is Wednesday afternoon, clueless about the realities tism), repeatedly incite fear play of that flag was insendirector of Center Valley June 24: While there, we sitive at the best of times of the “electromagnetic of it and, as he puts it Animal Rescue. determined that four more wave.” down, rise up in the eyes of and inexcusable at this animals needed to be particular time.” They’re unaware that the naive. removed from the property. Value of training The club responded that we receive significantly This latter individual In the past eight years, I’m concerned and disit would not ask the car higher electromagnetic not only basks in his selfthere have been only four appointed that some Penin- wave exposure from the owner to remove the flags. ish greed but cloaks himcomplaints of animal abuse sula residents oppose the The letter writers indisun on a daily basis than self in treasonous behavior. or calls that mentioned the [Navy’s] electronic warfare we do from electronic war- His lies deserve debunking. cate that they plan to condition of the animals: training range. fare jammers throughout Gerald J. Stiles, attend the car show next one each in 2009, 2011, I personally know the most lifetimes. Sequim year, “but if we see a simi2012 and 2014. importance of this training. lar display then, we will Simply, they’re misled Animals in Washington I flew 209 combat misask for our entrance fee to about electromagnetism. About boycotts are considered property, sions in SEA as an elecbe returned and we will The knowing scoundrel On July 8, the PDN and it is not easy to remove tronic warfare officer. I’ve leave the show immedi— who seeks a stage upon published a letter to the zero doubt that electronic an animal from its owner. ately.” which to falsely preen his editor titled “Confederate warfare training saved my radical feathers so as to When animals have They conclude: “We hope Flag.” life on multiple occasions. food, water and shelter others will consider doing rise up and cement his The letter addressed the the same.” Our warriors need it big “knowledge” to a naive such as these did, it is very inclusion in a community My quarrel is with neihard to build a case and be time. audience — is the second ther the letter writers nor (Port Townsend) car show I see two kinds of Penin- kind of individual. able to remove animals.

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the car club. It is not my intent to denounce either side of this controversy. My criticism is directed squarely at the PDN’s decision to publish the final sentence. PDN’s guidelines state that “letters advocating boycotts . . . are not published.” Yet the last sentence of the letter does just that; it encourages a boycott. The letter writers are free to express their opinion and to avoid any activity that they choose. They are free to suggest that others do likewise. However, the PDN violated its own guideline, lending support to a suggestion to boycott a local community event. Why does the PDN ignore its own policy? Susan Phillips Blevins, Port Angeles EDITOR’S NOTE: We appreciate the writer keeping our feet to the fire, so to speak. But the original letter, an expression of an opinion, urges others to consider attending an event, seeking a refund if there’s dissatisfaction and then leaving. A boycott by definition is outright abstinence from participating or attending. A request for a refund after attending is not a boycott.

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rants & Raves COMPILED BY LAURA LOFGREN AND ANNE SARGENT

Rave of the Week HUGE RAVE FOR the 80-yearold man in Port Angeles who, when playing in a recent golf tournament, got a hole-in-one. Golf on, golf on.

. . . and other Raves KUDOS TO THE Diamond Point community on the Fourth of July for decorating Diamond Point Road with American flags, for organizing a community parade and for the air show provided by Diamond Point Airport Association.They all did us proud. APPRECIATIVE RAVE FOR the students and instructors at the Port Angeles Skills Center cosmetology program for a $5 haircut — an unbeatable price. THANK YOU, KSQM, for hosting your sixth annual Fourth of July celebration. What a wonderful tribute to the people of Sequim.

The Rants & Raves hotline 24/7: 360-417-3506 PLEASE SEND COMMENTS on topics in the news as signed letters to Peninsula Voices (see “Have Your Say” on the opposite page). And customer complaints aimed at specific businesses need to be taken up directly with the businesses themselves.

A RAVE TO Olympic National Park for the beautiful new wheelchair-accessible bathrooms at Heart o’ the Hills campground. Nice job. HEARTFELT RAVE TO the individual who found my purse when I absentmindedly left it in the cart in a Port Angeles grocery store. That person turned it in to the customer service desk, where it was waiting for me. Everything (including the cash) was still intact. I am very grateful.

Rant of the Week DISGUSTED RANT TO the people who are poaching Sequimarea crab pots.

. . . and other Rants RANTS TO DELIVERY carriers who won’t knock on the door or ring the doorbell when leaving a package at the door. A BIG RANT about the gross use of water for certain pastures in the Dungeness Valley. My well could go dry while they water one place for 24 hours before moving the sprinkler string. Use a timer on the pump, and 3-4 hours should be plenty for pasture grass. RANT TO MUSICIANS who have the volume up so loud and never ask their audiences at the start of the event how the music sounds. RANT TO THE unthinking, uncaring neighbor in Sequim who sees fit to weed-whack and leaf-blow after 9 p.m.

RANT ABOUT DOG owners: Please train your dogs to stop their nuisance barking. It is illegal even outside of Sequim city limit. The weather forces us to have our windows open. Your dogs are a problem. FOURTH OF JULY rant to those people who, even though asked not to shoot off fireworks this year due to the extreme fire danger, chose to do so — endangering homes and pastures and frightening animals. RANT TO THE father entering a Port Angeles big-box store. The lady was correct in confronting him about dropping his burning cigarette butt right in front of the door. What was wrong with using your ashtray? RANT TO THE motorists who use Lincoln Street [Port Angeles] as if it were a drag strip, exhibiting a total disregard for pedestrians. Their driving skills and road manners are absolutely disgusting and repugnant.

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Serena wins 3rd major of the year BY HOWARD FENDRICH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LONDON — Serena Williams let herself briefly bask in the joy of a sixth Wimbledon championship, 21st Grand Slam singles trophy overall and fourth consecutive major title Saturday, even balancing the winner’s silver dish atop her head as she sauntered off Centre Court. “I was peaceful, feeling really good,” Williams said. “Maybe a little after that, I started thinking about New York.” On to the next one. When the U.S. Open begins at Flushing Meadows in August, Williams will pursue pretty much the only accolade to elude her so far: a calendar-year Grand Slam, something no one has accomplished in tennis in more than a quarter-century. She will arrive there having won her past 28 matches at major tournaments, the latest coming at the All England Club, when the No. 1-seeded Williams put aside an early deficit and a late lull, closing out a 6-4, 6-4 victory over No. 20 Garbine Muguruza of Spain. It’s Williams’ second self-styled “Serena Slam” of four majors in a row; she also did it in 2002-03. “I’ve been trying to win four in a row for 12 years, and it hasn’t happened. I’ve had a couple injuries. You know, it’s been an up-and-down process,” Williams said. “I honestly can’t say that last year or two years ago or even five years ago I would have thought that I would have won four in a row.” At 33, she is the oldest woman to win a Grand Slam tournament in the Open era of professional tennis. Only Maureen Connolly in 1953, Margaret Court in 1970, and Steffi Graf in 1988 have won all four majors in a single season.

Federer meets Djokovic again THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LONDON — When Roger Federer faces Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final for the second consecutive year today, they’ll be resuming a rivalry that has been about as even as possible. This is their 40th head-tohead meeting; Federer leads 20-19. It’s the 10th since the start of last season; Djokovic leads 5-4. It’s the 13th at a Grand Slam tournament; they’re tied 6-all. It’s the third in a major final; they’re tied 1-all. It’s the third on grass; they’re tied 1-all. In the Open era of professional tennis, which dates to 1968, only one tour-level matchup has occurred more often: Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have played 42 times.

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Quilcene pitcher Sammy Rae was a force on the mound and at the plate during her senior season.

Two-way excellence Sammy Rae a standout on mound and at plate BY MICHAEL CARMAN PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

QUILCENE — Quilcene senior Sammy Rae did everything short of bringing cookies for postgame victory celebrations. And as a member of Quilcene’s Vocational Cooking Club, she certainly could have handled the baking duties.

Whether on the mound or at the plate, Rae was automatic for the Quilcene Rangers softball team this season. She was selected by coaches as Sea-Tac League MVP in May. Rae also is the All-Peninsula Softball MVP, as determined by a poll of area coaches and the Peninsula Daily News sports staff.

CENTRALIA — The Olympic Crosscutters flipped the script and it paid off with a victory. After opening the GSL College Showcase baseball tournament losing two games in which they out-hit their opponents, the Crosscutters on Saturday defeated Showtime Junior Prep 2-1 despite being out-hit 8-3 Saturday at Borst Park. And this time, it was the Cutters who scored a late go-ahead run, something that happened against them in their losses Wednesday and Thursday. “We finally got on the on the other end of one of these,” Cutters coach John Qualls said. Olympic’s A.J. Prater led off the home half of the sixth inning

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and a .587 batting average with 29 home runs and 196 RBIs. She made the All-Peninsula softball team four times. Quilcene athletic director Mark Thompson coached Rae from her sophomore season on and also has led teams in Eastern Washington. He was emphatic Rae was the best softball player he’s ever coached. TURN

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Olympic rallies to beat Spokane Area 13U team reaches semis BY MICHAEL CARMAN PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Olympic learned a lesson about the power of perseverance by rallying for a 4-3 victory over the Spokane Toros in the North Washington Junior Babe Ruth 13U state baseball tournament. Olympic, comprised of players from Port Angeles and Sequim, trailed 3-0 in Friday’s game and had produced just one hit, an infield single, in its first three trips to the plate against Toros starter Richard Funke. But Olympic’s batters stayed patient, its relief pitchers and defense clamped down and the team reached the semifinals of the tournament. “We battled,” Olympic head coach Zac Moore said.

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Olympic’s Tyler Bowen is hit in the head by the ball as he slides safely into second TURN TO STATE/B2 ahead of the throw to Spokane’s Matthew Schwarz.

Prater steals win for Cutters PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

The reasons for the accolades are legion. Rae batted at an astronomical .659 clip with an on-base percentage of .731 and a slugging percentage of 1.317 while driving in 61 runs. An imposing presence on the mound, Rae tallied 191 strikeouts and compiled a 1.90 ERA in 113 innings pitched. She also upped her career nohitter total to 11 — 10 individually and one in combination with Bailey Kieffer. Rae ended her career, which began as an eighth-grader, with a 71-17 overall pitching record

with a single and advanced to second on a sacrifice by Gavin Velarde. With two outs, Prater stole third base and then home to give Olympic a 2-1 lead. Qualls and the Crosscutters’ coaches noticed Showtime’s catcher wasn’t checking Prater at third, so they called for him to steal home.

Won the rundown Prater took off a little too early and got caught in a rundown. He was hit in the back by a throw, then turned around and ran home for the winning run. “A.J.’s fast,” Qualls said. “He changed directions like nobody I’ve ever seen.” Cutters pitcher Lane Dotson

allowed a single and a double in the top of the seventh, but left the runners stranded in scoring position by fielding Grant Francis’ grounder and throwing him out at first to end the game. Dotson might not have won the pitchers’ duel with Showtime pitcher Andre Scheer, but he won the game by tossing a completegame eight-hitter with three strikeouts and no walks. “Lane Dotson threw an amazing game,” Qualls said. “He was dialed in.” Scheer went the full six innings for Showtime Junior Prep, a 16U team from Vancouver, Wash., and allowed only three hits while striking out 10. “We faced a hell of a pitcher today,” Qualls said. TURN

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North Olympic rolling at Cal Ripken state tourney PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

the win. In the top of the sixth, LynFERNDALE — The North den capitalized on a misplayed Olympic 12U baseball team outfield fly ball to put runners capped pool play with a 3-0 at second and third with one record and takes the top seed to the elimination round of the out. Port Angeles then got a Cal Ripken state baseball ground out to short before tournament. Lynden hit a two-run single to Port Angeles picked up two one-run wins Friday, knocking pull within one and put the off Lynden 9-8 and Ellensburg tying run aboard. But Port Angeles pitcher 4-3. Wyatt Hall forced a routine The area team opened the ground ball to second base to tournament by beating the close the game and earn the Whatcom Nationals 17-4 on save. Thursday. Kamron Noard was the Against Lynden, Port Angewinning pitcher. les nearly blew leads of 8-2 and 9-6, but hung on for TURN TO RIPKEN/B2


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SUNDAY, JULY 12, 2015

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Tuesday Spring Monday Women’s high game: Dawn Barrett, 178; women’s high series: Vahl Burkett, 468.

Today Baseball: Junior Babe Ruth 13U North Washington State Tournament at Volunteer Field: Championship Game, noon. Junior Babe Ruth 14U North Washington State Tournament at Mount Vernon — Championship Round: Olympic/National No. 2 vs. American No. 1, 10 a.m.; Olympic/National No. 1 vs. American No. 2, 1 p.m.; Championship Game, 4 p.m. GSL College Showcase at Borst Park (Centralia) — Championship Bracket: C No.1/D No. 1 winner vs. O No. 1/No. 16 winner, 11:30 a.m.; Semifinals, 4 p.m.; Championship Game, 7 p.m.

Monday No events scheduled.

Tuesday Baseball: Olympic Crosscutters at North Kitsap, 6 p.m. Senior Babe Ruth State Tournament at Ephrata: Wilder vs. Columbia Basin River Bandits, 1 p.m.; Wilder vs. Columbia Basin River Dogs, 7 p.m.

Area Sports Boys Basketball Peninsula College High School Summer League Thursday Port Townsend 58, Port Angeles JV 35 Port Angeles Varsity 63, Forks 42 Forks 55, Port Angeles JV 51 Port Angeles Varsity 52, Port Townsend 51 Sequim 35, Clallam Bay 33 Neah Bay 65, Chimacum 40 Neah Bay 62, Sequim 50 Chimacum 42, Clallam Bay 30

Baseball Junior Babe Ruth 13U State Tournament at Volunteer Field in Port Angeles Thursday Burlington Tigers 6, N.W. Bandits 4 Olympic 17, North Kitsap 0 Burlington Tigers 9, Moses Lake Dirt Brothers 4 Friday Spokane Toros 10, North Kitsap 0 N.W. Bandits 16, Moses Lake Dirt Brothers 6 Olympic 4, Spokane Toros 3

Bowling LAUREL LANES Thursday Spring Classic Men’s high game: Cliff Siliman, 244; men’s high series: Cliff Siliman, 656. Women’s high game: Tammy Belfield, 182; women’s high series: Dot Halbach, 482. Leading team: Hairpiece Solutions. Spring Classic Men’s high game: Tone Chapman, 257; men’s high series: Tony Chapman, Jr., 681. Women’s high game: Vahl Burkett, 257; women’s high series: Vahl Burkett, 591. Leading team: Handpiece.

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BMX Racing Port Angeles BMX Track Friday 4 Strider 1. Isaiah Charles, P.A. 1. Makaylie Albin, P.A. 3. Laila Charles, P.A. 13 Cruiser 1. Riley “Zappenator” Zappen, Port Orchard 2. Cash “Money” Coleman, P.A. 3. Anthony Brigandi, P.A. 26—30 Cruiser 1. “Curious George” Williams, P.A. 2. Kayli “Sparkle” Williams, Port Orchard 3. Eric Hodgson, P.A. 10 Novice 1.Bryce Hodgson, P.A. 2. Hunter Hodgson, P.A. 3. Natale Brigandi, P.A. 7 Intermediate 1.Tess Bailey, Lake Tapps 2. Rily “Rippin” Pippin, P.A. 3. Jaron Tolliver, P.A. 10 Intermediate 1. Jesse “LL Cool J” Vail, P.A. 2. Landon “L Factor” Price, P.A. 3. Cholena Morrison, P.A. 4. Deacon Charles, P.A. 12 Intermediate 1. Jaxon Bourm, P.A. 2. Taylor “Chewtoy” Coleman, P.A. 3. Aydan Vail, P.A. 14 Expert 1. Antonio Erb, Puyallup 2. Riley “Zappenator” Zappen, Port Orchard 3. Grady Bourm, P.A. 7—8 Local Open 1. Jesse “LL Cool J” Vail, P.A. 2. Tess Bailey, Lake Tapps 3. Natale Brigandi, P.A. 9—10 Local Open 1. Landon “L Factor” Price, P.A. 2. Anthony Brigandi, P.A. 3. Hunter Hodgson, P.A. 4. Bryce Hodgson, P.A. 13—14 Local Open 1. Grady Bourm, P.A. 2. Jaxon Bourm, P.A. 3. Taylor “Chewtoy” Coleman, P.A. 4. Eric Hodgson, P.A.

Softball Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Coed League Standings through Wednesday Team W L Arrow Lumber 10 0 Bombers 9 1 Guns & Hoses 8 2 County Wreck 7 3 Sea J’s 5 5 Devil Dogs 4 6 Pour House 4 6 Woody’s Wheels 3 7 Underdogs 3 7 Sirens 2 8 PUD 0 10

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Baseball Angels 7, Mariners 3 Friday’s Game Los Angeles Seattle ab r hbi Giavtll 2b 5 1 3 0 CTaylr ss Calhon rf 4 1 2 0 Gutirrz lf Trout cf 5 2 3 4 Cano 2b Pujols 1b 5 0 1 0 N.Cruz dh Aybar ss 5 0 1 0 Seager 3b Freese 3b 5 1 1 0 Trumo rf Cron dh 4 2 2 3 JMontr 1b Iannett c 4 0 0 0 Morrsn ph DnRrts lf 4 0 1 0 Zunino c Ackley cf Totals 41 714 7 Totals

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Los Angeles 003 102 100—7 Seattle 100 000 002—3 E—C.Taylor (3). DP—Los Angeles 1, Seattle 1. LOB—Los Angeles 8, Seattle 6. 2B—Giavotella 2 (15), Gutierrez (2), Cano (23), Seager (18), Ackley (7). HR—Trout 2 (26), Cron 2 (5), Trumbo (2). IP H R ER BB SO Los Angeles Santiago W,6-4 7 8 1 1 0 7 Gott 1 0 0 0 0 0 Pestano 0 1 2 2 0 0 Salas 1 0 0 0 0 2 Seattle Montgomery L,4-3 5 8 5 5 0 3 Farquhar 2 3 2 2 0 2 Beimel 1 2 0 0 0 1 Nuno 1 1 0 0 0 0 Montgomery pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. Pestano pitched to 2 batters in the 9th. HBP—by Pestano (Seager), by Montgomery (Calhoun). Umpires—Home, Bill Miller; First, Doug Eddings; Second, Andy Fletcher; Third, Jordan Baker.

Mariners 7, Angels 2 Thursday’s Game Los Angeles Seattle ab r hbi ab r hbi Giavtll 2b 4 0 0 0 Morrsn 1b 5211 Calhon rf 5 1 2 1 Cano 2b 5121 Trout cf 4 0 1 0 N.Cruz dh 5031 Pujols 1b 4 0 0 0 Seager 3b 4030 Aybar ss 4 1 2 0 S.Smith lf 5121 Joyce lf 3 0 1 0 Ackley cf 5220 Cron dh 3 0 2 0 Trumo rf 2020 C.Perez c 3 0 0 0 Gutirrz pr-rf 1 0 1 0 Fthrstn 3b 2 0 0 0 BMiller ss 3111 ENavrr ph 1 0 0 0 Zunino c 2022 Freese 3b 1 0 0 1 Totals 34 2 8 2 Totals 37 719 7 Los Angeles 000 000 011—2 Seattle 110 200 03x—7 E—Freese (5). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB— Los Angeles 9, Seattle 11. 2B—Calhoun (15), Cano (22), Trumbo (3). HR—Calhoun (10), Morrison (12). S—Zunino. SF—B.Miller, Zunino. IP H R ER BB SO Los Angeles Richards L,9-6 51/3 12 4 4 1 3 C.Ramos 12/3 2 0 0 0 0

1/ Morin 2 2 0 0 3 2 2/ J.Alvarez 1 1 1 0 3 3 Seattle F.Hernandez W,11-5 7 5 0 0 2 6 Rodney 1 1 1 1 0 0 1/ 1 1 0 1 Nuno 3 1 1/ Farquhar 0 0 2 0 3 1 1/ 0 0 0 0 Ca.Smith S,6-7 3 0 WP—Richards. PB—C.Perez. Umpires—Home, Jordan Baker; First, Bill Miller; Second, Doug Eddings; Third, Andy Fletcher.

American League West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 47 39 .547 — Houston 49 41 .544 — Texas 42 44 .488 5 Seattle 40 47 .460 7½ Oakland 39 50 .438 9½ East Division W L Pct GB New York 47 39 .547 — Baltimore 44 42 .512 3 Tampa Bay 45 45 .500 4 Toronto 45 45 .500 4 Boston 41 46 .471 6½ Central Division W L Pct GB Kansas City 51 34 .600 — Minnesota 47 40 .540 5 Detroit 44 42 .512 7½ Cleveland 42 44 .488 9½ Chicago 40 44 .476 10½ Friday’s Games Chicago White Sox 1, Chicago Cubs 0 Baltimore 3, Washington 2 Tampa Bay 3, Houston 1 N.Y. Yankees 5, Boston 1 Cleveland 5, Oakland 1 Texas 4, San Diego 3 Minnesota 8, Detroit 6 Kansas City 3, Toronto 0 L.A. Angels 7, Seattle 3 Saturday’s Games Toronto 6, Kansas City 2 All other games late. Today’s Games Houston (McCullers 4-2) at Tampa Bay (M.Moore 0-0), 10:10 a.m. Oakland (Gray 9-3) at Cleveland (Kluber 4-9), 10:10 a.m. N.Y. Yankees (Eovaldi 8-2) at Boston (Miley 8-7), 10:35 a.m. Washington (Fister 3-4) at Baltimore (W.Chen 4-4), 10:35 a.m. Detroit (Greene 4-6) at Minnesota (Gibson 7-6), 11:10 a.m. Toronto (Doubront 1-0) at Kansas City (Volquez 8-4), 11:10 a.m. Chicago White Sox (Quintana 4-8) at Chicago Cubs (Arrieta 9-5), 11:20 a.m. San Diego (T.Ross 5-7) at Texas (Gallardo 7-7), 12:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Heaney 2-0) at Seattle (T. Walker 7-6), 1:10 p.m.

Area golf results will run in Monday’s edition.

6 a.m. (26) ESPN Tennis ITF, Wimbledon, Men’s Final (Live) 6:30 a.m. (47) GOLF EPGA, Scottish Open, Final Round (Live) 9 a.m. (5) KING Golf EPGA, Scottish Open, Final Round (Live) 9 a.m. (306) FS1 Auto Racing IMSA, SportsCar Grand Prix, United SportsCar Championship (Live) 10 a.m. (2) CBUT Pan American Games, Toronto (Live) 10 a.m. (47) GOLF PGA, John Deere Classic, Final Round (Live) 10:30 a.m. (28) TBS Baseball MLB, New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox (Live) 11:30 a.m. (13) KCPQ Golf USGA, U.S. Women’s Open, Final Round (Live) Noon (4) KOMO Tennis ITF, Wimbledon, Men’s Final (Replay) Noon (7) KIRO Golf PGA, John Deere Classic, Final Round (Live) Noon (26) ESPN Soccer MLS, Toronto FC at New York City FC (Live) Noon (47) GOLF CHAMPS, Encompass Championship, Final Round (Live) 12:30 p.m. (2) CBUT Calgary Stampede, Showdown Sunday (Live) 1 p.m. (25) ROOT Baseball MLB, Los Angeles Angels at Seattle Mariners (Live) 1:30 p.m. NBA TV Basketball NBA, Summer League, Phoenix Suns vs. Houston Rockets (Live) 2 p.m. (304) NBCSN Auto Racing IndyCar, Wisconsin 250 (Live) 3 p.m. (47) GOLF Web.com Tour, Boise Open, Final Round (Live) 3:30 p.m. NBA TV Basketball NBA, Summer League, Milwaukee Bucks vs. San Antonio Spurs (Live) 5 p.m. (2) CBUT Calgary Stampede (Live) 5 p.m. (26) ESPN Baseball MLB, St. Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates (Live) 5 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Pan American Games, Toronto (Live) 5:30 p.m. NBA TV Basketball NBA, Summer League, Golden State Warriors vs. Atlanta Hawks (Live) 7:30 p.m. NBA TV Basketball NBA, Summer League, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Boston Celtics (Live)

State: Defense helps secure victory Ripken CONTINUED FROM B1 and our guys were smart up there and took a lot of pitches and got “We went down 3-0, and their things rolling,” Moore said. Tanner Lunt uncorked a bloop starter was dealing, and it was single that fell in near the righttough. But we kept going.” Olympic starting pitcher field line, bringing home a run Slater Bradley was chased after a and causing some base-running deep RBI triple to the wall in chaos. right field by Spokane’s Cole Olympic runners Alex Lamb, Johnson and a hard-hit single up Milo Whitman and Lunt all the middle by Matt Gabbert that attempted to move up a base on a put runners on first and third throw from the outfield to home, with one out in the top of the and a three-player pickle broke fourth. out on the basepath. But reliever Lucas Jarnagin When the dust cleared, Whitgot some help when catcher Brody man scored just before the final Merritt threw out Gabbert on a out of the inning was made, and steal attempt, and Jarnagin fin- Olympic had tied the game at ished the frame when Jordan 3-apiece. Eskridge lined out to center field. Jarnagin got into a jam by “Lucas came in a tough spot allowing a walk and an infield hit with batters on first and second to open the fifth inning. and threw strikes and got out of Whitman came on in relief, it,” Moore said. and got a popup to left field that Johnson took the mound for the Toros in the bottom half of the was lost in the overcast sky and inning, and that’s when the trou- dropped, loading the bases with the meat of Spokane’s order comble started. He walked four of the first five ing to the plate. But Whitman struck out the batters he faced to pull Olympic within 3-1 with the bases loaded. Toros’ No. 2 hitter Cameron SheAfter the first walk, Olympic’s ley looking, and got a ground ball dugout came to life, the chatter that shortstop Ethan Flodstrom increasing substantially with turned into a double play to end the Spokane threat. each batter sent to the plate. “He threw a lot of balls early, “Milo came in and he had

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Olympic 4, Spokane 3 Spokane 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 —3 5 2 Olympic 0 0 0 3 0 1 x —4 4 2 WP- Whitman; LP- Johnson Pitching Statistics Spokane: Johnson 3 IP, 4 R, 3 H, 5 BB, 2 K; Funke 3 IP, H, BB, 4 K. Olympic: Bradley 3 1/3 IP, 3 R, 3 H, 2 BB, 2 K; Jarnagin 2/3 IP, H, BB; Whitman 3 IP, H, 2 K. Hitting Statistics Spokane: Johnson 2-2, 3B, RBI, R; Schwarz 1-2, 2 SB; Gabbert 1-2, RBI; Funke 1-1, HBP. Olympic: Bowen 1-1, RBI, 2 BB, R; Lunt 1-2, 2 RBI; Bradley 1-2; Bowechop 0-1, BB, R.

________ Sports reporter Michael Carman can be contacted at 360-452-2345, ext. 5250 or at mcarman@peninsuladailynews.com.

Leading hitters were Jake Felton, who went 2 for 2 with a double; Chase Cobb, who was 2 for 3 with a double; and Seth Woods, who singled twice. Port Angeles edged Ellensburg in Friday’s opener behind the strong pitching of Hall, Noard and Eli Cyr. Landon Seibel led at the plate with a 2 for 2 performance, including a walk and a run scored. Cobb also contributed an RBI double, and Dru Clark turned in two excellent defensive plays from the hot corner at third base to help protect the slim lead and earn MVP honors for the game. Against Whatcom, Port Angeles pounded out 15 hits and played error-free defense. Felton was 3 for 4 to lead all hitters, and Seibel, Cobb and Woods each had two hits. Clark and Adam Watkins each contributed RBI doubles, and Woods scored three runs.

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All-Peninsula Softball Players were selected by area softball coaches and the sports staff of the Peninsula Daily News.

Sammy Rae Quilcene (Senior) Pitcher — MVP

Nizhoni Wheeler

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Wolves’ ace was voted to All-Olympic League 2A first team. Struck out 49 in 69.2 innings. Batted .347 with 5 doubles, 3 triples and a homer.

Voted All-SeaTac League first team. Drove in 41 runs and had .667 batting average, .789 on-base percentage, 1.160 slugging percentage.

Olympic League 2A first-teamer hit 6 homers, 7 doubles and 3 triples. Drove in 33 runs. Final slash line was .552/.606/1.086.

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SeaTac League MVP struck out 191 in 113 innings and had 1.90 ERA. Drove in 61 runs and had slash line of .659/.731/1.317.

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Voted All-Olympic League 2A first team. Batted .411 and led Wolves with eight doubles. Committed only three errors in 65 chances (.954).

All-Olympic League 2A first-team second baseman hit 8 homers and drove in 40 runs. Batted .619 and had a 1.280 slugging percentage.

All-Olympic League 2A secondteam shortstop hit three homers and scored a team-high 29 runs. Drove in 22 runs.

Voted All-Olympic League 2A first team. Batted .349 with a .411 on-base percentage. Scored 14 runs and drove in 13 more.

All-Olympic League 2A first team and All-Peninsula for second straight year. Batted .500 while scoring 32 runs and driving in 25.

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Junior Roberts, Chimacum—Coach of the Year: First-year coach led the Cowboys to Olympic League 1A championship, second-place district finish and a state berth after Chimacum didn’t field a softball team in 2014. Honorable Mention: Taylar Clark (Port Angeles); Tia Bourm (Sequim); Megan Weller (Quilcene); Kiersten Snyder (Chimacum); Allison Jones (Quilcene); HunterAnne Coburn (Port Angeles); Mechelle Nisbet (Chimacum); Halle Palmer (Forks); Jaidyn Larson (Port Angeles); Bradyn Nelson (Chimacum); Sabrina Collins (Forks); Brennan Gray (Port Angeles).

Rae: ‘Best year of my career’ Cutters: Win “Hands down,” Thompson said. “I just haven’t coached many players that showed such ability to improve so much as the pressure increased. “She’s definitely special.” Rae helped lead the Rangers (20-2) to league and district championships and a third-place finish at state this season, the bestever showing by a Quilcene fastpitch team. This year’s third-place trophy was preceded by consecutive fourth-place finishes, marking the first time in school history that a Ranger team has won three consecutive state tournament trophies in any sport. “I just enjoyed my teammates and how much success we had this year,” Rae said. “This was the best year of my career at Quilcene. “And even if we faced obstacles, we found a way to get around them and we finished better than we had the last two years.” Thompson believes inherent talent, movement on her pitches and an improved batting approach

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extended,” Thompson said. “She worked on pitch selection and using a handsin approach. “She was able to adjust.” Rae singled out her performance in an 8-1 victory over Class 2B La Conner as her favorite of the season. “When we went up to play La Conner, we had some girls missing, they were a bigger school, and we were a little worried on the bus,” Rae said. There was no need to worry. Rae was up to the task. She pitched a completegame five-hitter, striking out a season-high 18, while going 3 for 4 at-bat with a double, a triple and four RBIs. “We played probably the best game that we had all season against a team that was portrayed as being big________ ger and better than us,” Rae said. Sports reporter Michael Car“That was satisfying.” man can be contacted at 360-452Thompson always felt 2345, ext. 5250 or at mcarman@ confident sending Rae out peninsuladailynews.com. GTOPPROMOS.COM BIGTOPPROMOS.COM BIGTOPPROMOS

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Hitters and thieves Velarde and Dotson had the other two hits. They also stole bases — Velarde had one and Dotson swiped two. Austin Hilliard scored as a pinch runner for Dotson in the second inning, tying the game at 1-1. The Crosscutters finish the tournament with a consolation game today.

They conclude their American Legion AA North League schedule on the road against North Kitsap on Tuesday, and then they close out the regular season at Tumwater on Wednesday. From Friday through Sunday, the Cutters will host the American Legion district tournament at Civic Field. Crosscutters 2, Showtime Junior Prep 1 Showtime 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 —1 8 1 Crosscutters 0 1 0 0 0 1 x — 2 3 1 WP- Dotson; LP- Scheer Pitching Statistics Showtime: Scheer 6 IP, 3 H, 2 R, ER, 10 K, 3 BB. Crosscutters: Dotson 7 IP, 8 H, R, 0 ER, 3 K, 0 BB. Hitting Statistics Showtime: Copeland 2-3, 2B; Jennings 1-3, 3B; Beaupre 1-3, RBI. Crosscutters: Prater 1-3, R, 2 SB; Velarde 1-2, SB; Dotson 1-2, BB, 2 SB; Hilliard 0-0, R.

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Executive Director of Olympic Community Action Programs reports to the Board of Directors, and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives. Essential job functions include providing leadership in developing program, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff, and carrying out plans and policies authorized by the Board; preparing a budget and seeing that the agency operates within budget guidelines, and representing the programs and point of view of the agency to other agencies, organizations, and the general public. Qualifications: Strong management and super visor y DELIVERY ROUTE skills and experience; Early morning, approx. demonstrates leadership 65 miles, Sequim ares, ability, as well as strate2 . 5 h r s . p e r d a y. gizing and coalition $1200/mo. building; effectiveness (360)457-4260. and experience in fund development, and excellent written and oral communication skills. Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred. Closes when filled. Application and more job details at www.olycap.org. EOE. Employment Opportunities *RN Supervisor, OR *RN, Clinical Educator *RN, House SupervisHelp Us Grow! First Fedor eral is seeking highly *RN Per diem: motivated individuals to Emergency Services, join our team: OB, Med/Surg, ICU • Part-time CSR- Se *Heart Center quim *RN Care Manager • Personal Bank*RN Visit Nurse er/Customer Service *Physical Therapist Rep. - Float *Pharmacist • Loan Officer- Belling*Ultrasonographer *Cardiac Echosonogham rapher • Doc. Management *Food Service Worker Tech. (FT/Temp) *Housekeeping View job descriptions *Maintenance Worker and apply at www.our*CS Tech firstfed.com. EOE *Application Analyst *Marketing and Communications Coord.

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Single 47 year old male, husky, really nice guy, looking for a nice friend t o bu i l d a fo u n d a t i o n with, non smoker. Looking to buy a house. Text me at (360)477-6202.

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FOUND: Tackle Box, Pt. D ATA S P E C I A L I S T Williams Beach, 7/7. (DS): Olympic Area (360)683-7014 Agency on Aging (O3A) seeks DS based in Port H a d l o ck . 4 0 h r s / w k / , $33,186-$41,445 annual 3023 Lost range, nonexempt, full agency paid benefit LOST: Black cat, manx, package. DS supports g r e e n e y e s , n o t a i l . contract desk monitorSherwood Village area ing; ensures data reportof Sequim. 477-4600 ing accuracy; analyze/int e r p r e t d a t a ; p r ov i d e L O S T : C a t . F e m a l e technical assistance to black with white mark- staff/contractors in varings. No collar, no front ied software platforms. claws. (360)683-9823 Required: WDL, autoL O S T : C a t , “ N o i s y ” ins, BA in math, computb l o n d e t a b b y. 4 t h & er science or data analyPine. 7/3. (360)452-5534 sis and 2 yrs. exp. providing data management LOST: Dog, black lab / repor ting OR 2 yrs. mix. Camo collar, Dr y relevant college courses and 4 yrs. exp. For comCreek/Edgewood area. plete job description and (360)775-5154 application: 866-720LOST: Dog, female Kel- 4863 or www.o3a.org. pie. Last seen by Safe- Closes 5:00 p.m. on Friway on 3rd St. Do not day, July 31, 2015. O3A is an EOE. approach. 477-7673

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LOCAL LAND SURVEYING FIRM has opening for experienced Auto Cad Tech. Survey exper ience a plus. Please send resume to: P.O. 2199 Sequim, WA 98382 Local Non-Profit looki n g fo r ex p e r i e n c e d Development Coordinator. Responsible for planning and executing fundraising events, donor retention, new donor solicitation, and grant writing. Email resumes to nonprofitdevelopment 819@gmail.com Looking for a job with a team environment, paid training, referral bonus, gas money, annual bonus, raises, healthcare, c o m p e t i t i ve wa g e s & more? Be a CAREGiver with Home Instead Senior Care - www.homeinstead.com/ 650/home-care-jobs * No experience required CNAs & HCAs highly encouraged.

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FACILITIES MANAGER The Port of Port Angeles is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Facilities Manager. The Facilities Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the Facilities Maintenance Dept and also manages maintenance at the following facilities: marinas, industrial proper ties / buildings, airports, waterfront properties, mar ine ter minal docks, p i e r s, l o g ya r d , b o a t launches, boat yard and rental properties. Qualif i e d c a n d i d a t e s mu s t have 5-10 yrs of exp. in facilities & project management preferably in the public sector and sufficient knowledge of the methods, materials, t o o l s, a n d e q u i p m e n t used in all phases of facilities maintenance. M u s t h a v e ex c e l l e n t computer and communication skills. Salary is DOE with an anticipated hiring range of $65K to $77K. Applications and job descriptions may be obtained at the Port Admin Office, 338 West 1st St., Por t Angeles between 8am and 5pm MF o r a t w w w. p o r t o f pa.com. Applications will be accepted until 5pm July 15, 2015. Letters and resumes without an application will not be accepted. Drug testing required.

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Marketing Instructor Pa r t - t i m e. Pe n i n s u l a College is recruiting for an instructor to teach an on-line Principles of Marketing class Fall Quarter 2015. Additional information and application f o r m s a t : w w w. p e n col.edu EEO NEW CAREER? If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding new career, we are in need of a highly self-motivated, goal driven, honest, dependable, professional sales person. We offer a great compensation plan, with 401K, medical, dental, and training. Send resume to: sales@priceford.com or contact Mark (360)457-3333.

SALESPERSON WANTED Looking for 2 sales professionals to join our team and take us to the next level. We are growing and need motivated,honest and hardworking individuals. We sell New GM and Hyundai and a full line of preowned vehicles. Are you looking for great p ay, gr e a t h o u r s a n d m o r e i m p o r t a n t l y, a great selling environment? If you are we are your next and last place to work. Positions will fill fast for the right individual, p l e a s e s e n d yo u r r e sume’ to: gmcarsandtrucks@gmail.com

SHOP HELPER needed, OFFICE Nurse: for a steel fabricator in Carlsborg, WA. Self-star ter, busy family practice. work unsuper vised as Send resume to: req’d. Valid DL and good P.O. Box 985 driving record req’d. DePort Angeles, WA 98362 tail oriented a must. FT. Olympic Bagel Company Wages DOE. Benefits. Email resume to Cashier-Barista-Meals Kate@Allform Experience preferred Welding.com 912 E. 1st St., PA or fax to 360-681-4465 No phone calls. PLUMBER: Jour neym a n / r e s i d e n t i a l l eve l Substitute Carrier for constr uction exp. a Combined must. (360)683-8336. Motor Route Peninsula Daily News Request for Qualificaand tions - JPUD Attorney. Sequim Gazette Public Utility District #1 Is looking for individuals of Jefferson County interested in a Substitute (JPUD) Request for Motor Route in Sequim. Proposals for JPUD Interested parties must A t t o r n e y J P U D r e - be 18 yrs. of age, have a quests proposals from valid Washington State qualified attorneys to D r i v e r s L i c e n s e a n d provide utility and gen- proof of insurance. Early eral legal advice to morning delivery MonJ P U D, i t s M a n a g e r, day through Friday and Senior Staff and Com- S u n d a y. P l e a s e c a l l missioners and to rep- Gary at 360-912-2678 resent JPUD as its general legal counsel. The successful applicant will be an attorn ey w h o i s fa m i l i a r Support Staff with and has experiTo wor k with adults ence in all phases of w i t h d eve l o p m e n t a l the law applicable to disabilities, no experimunicipal corporations ence necessary, $10 in the State of Washhr. Apply in person at ington and who is 1020 Caroline St. M-F knowledgeable in elec8-4 p.m. t r i c a l , wa t e r, s ewe r and telecom utility law. For complete information on the specific proposal format go to the PUD website: www.jeffpud.org. For additional information c o n t a c t J i m Pa r ke r, JPUD Manager at 360 385 8340 or email at jparker@jeffpud.org. Mailing ad- The Quileute Tribe is acdress is 310 Four Cor- cepting applications for a n e r s R o a d P o r t Teacher Assistant for Townsend WA 98368. the Quileute Head Start Interest in submitting a Program. DOE/Q proposal must be ex- Indian preference appressed in writing be- plies. Open until filled. fore 23 July 2015. For a complete job description/application conGARAGE SALE ADS tact the personnel dept. Call for details. at (360)374-4366 or visit 360-452-8435 our website at www.qui1-800-826-7714 leutenation.org

T h e C i t y o f Fo r k s i s seeking qualified candidates for the position of Building Inspector / Utilities Maintenance. Essential job duties include issuing building permits and inspecting construction for conformance to plans, all applicable laws, codes and regulations including structural, mechanical, plumbing, energy, flood and zoning codes. If not already certified, applicant will be required to obtain ICC certifications within one year of hiring. Building construction experience is required. Other duties required for this position are building maintenance (carpentry, plumbing and general maintenance on all city owned facilities), operating and repairing heavy equipment such as farm tractors, backhoe, street sweeper, mowers, dump trucks and snow plows. Complete job posting is available at www.forkswashington.org under Employment Links or by contacting Nerissa Davis a t n d av. fo r k s @ fo r k s wa s h i n g t o n . o r g , 3 6 0 374-5412 x 237.

The La Push Police department has a job opening for a Police Officer I in La Push Washington. Please visit our website at www.quileutenation.org for a complete job description and job application. Or call 360374-4366. Closes July 21, 2015 or until filled. T h e P o r t To w n s e n d School Board is seeking applicants for a vacant school board position for Director District #1. P l e a s e s e e www.ptschools.org for a map and legal description of District #1, and an application form. The applicant must live within the boundaries of Director District #1. Applications are due by August 7, 2015.

The Last Word in Astrology â?˜ ARIES (March 21-April 19): Problems will surface if you use emotional tactics to get others to do things your way. Keep your personal feelings out in the open, and avoid being tempted to get involved in a secret affair. 4 stars

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t let what others do present a problem for you. Follow through with your plans and put your unique touches on whatever you pursue. A creative idea can turn into a successful venture with a little enthusiasm and physical energy. 3 stars

The Quileute Tribe is accepting applications for (2) positions in the Accounting department. (1) Accountant (1) Accounting Department Manager DOE/Q Indian preference applies. Open until filled. For a complete job description/application contact the personnel dept. at (360)374-4366 GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Initiate changes or visit our website at that will make your living www.quileutenation.org

arrangements more conducive to reaching your goals. You’ll be offered help, but disappointment will occur if your expectations are too high. Take care of what’s important to you. 3 stars

The Quileute Tribe is accepting applications for a L e a d Te a c h e r fo r t h e Quileute Head Start Program. Must have a CDA or an AA preferred and two years exper ience w o r k i n g fo r a n e a r l y childhood program; also must have a valid WA ST Driver’s license, first aid card. DOE/Q Indian preference applies. Open until filled. For a complete job description/application contact the personnel dept. at (360)374-4366 or visit our website at www.quileutenation.org

The Quileute Tribe is accepting applications for an Assistant Cook for the Quileute Head Start Program. DOE/Q Indian preference applies. Open until filled. For a complete job description/application contact the personnel dept. at (360)374-4366 or visit Utility Worker I – City of our website at www.quiP o r t A n g e l e s : F / T, leutenation.org $3,449 - $4,118/mo plus benefits. For more infor- 4080 Employment mation and to apply go Wanted o n l i n e t o w w w. c i t yo f pa.us or pick up an application at City Hall. A l l y o u r l a w n c a r e COPA is an E.O.E. Clos- needs. Mowing, edging, pruning, hauling. Reaes 7/24/15. sonable rates. (360)683-7702 Place your ad at peninsula www.peninsula dailynews.com dailynews.com

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162 Buckhorn Road, Sequim Kitchen has built-in wine rack, 2 large pantries and lots of cabinets. 3 Bedrooms w/adjoining baths. Bright, open living room, large familyroom w/panoramic views of the Olympic Mountains. Familyroom has french doors and beautiful propane enameled stove. Formal diningroom. Walk-in closets. Storage shed could be converted for a workshop. Spacious patio. Home security system. 3 car garage. MLS#290700 $409,900

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Alterations and Sewing. Alterations, mending, hemming and some heavyweight s ew i n g ava i l a bl e t o you from me. Call (360)531-2353 ask for B.B. A Plus Lawn Service Hedge, shrub trimming, thatching, many references, professional Results. Here today here tomorrow. Senior Discounts. P.A. only. Local call (360) 808-2146

105 Homes for Sale Clallam County 3 Rental Units 1,480 sf., commercial building plus a 2 br home on a prime corner lot in the uptown business district. The commercial building is divided into 2 units, a s t o r e f r o n t u n i t fa c i n g Fr o n t S t . a n d a b a ck unit. Both units share an off street parking area. The home has alley access and its own parking area. MLS#280179 $149,900 Tom Blore 360-683-7814 PETER BLACK REAL ESTATE

BEST OF SUNLAND Recently remodeled and painted 2 br., 2.5 ba., n ew a p p l i a n c e s, w i n dows, light fixtures, h a r d wo o d f l o o r s w i t h walnut inlays, huge master bedroom with fantastic master bath, heated sunroom with incredible landscape view. MLS#811711/291333 $420,000 Team Schmidt (360)460-0331 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

CHARMING RAMBLER Custom built, 2 br., 2 ba. 1,492 sf., nice br ight kitchen, master suite with 3 closets, private fenced and landscaped lot, new septic system, 2 car garage with storage MLS#811579/291329 $225,000 TEAM SCHMIDT (360)460-0331 WINDERMERE SUNLAND Colonial Beauty Welcome to yester-year gorgeous and well maintained 1930s home, 2448 sq ft, 3-plus beds, 2 baths, a must see to appreciate the many wonderful features of the past as well as modern touches to enjoy a style of living few homes provide. Fenced in backyard with greenhouse, detached 2-car garage MLS#291046 $270,000 Ania Pendergrass 360-461-3973 Remax Evergreen Enjoy All That Sequim Offers! Easy care condo! Kitchen with breakfast bar and SS appliances. Master suite with walk in shower & bath between 2 guest rooms. Large fenced patio, graveled area for pets and fire pit. MLS#291102/797995 $239,000 Carol Dana Windermere Real Estate Sequim East (360)461-9014

CEDARS DUNGENESS HOME 3 bd., 3 ba., 2546 sf., on 3rd fairway, split level, dining area opens to deck, lower level opens to large patio and back ya r d , b o n u s r o o m i n basement, large 2 car g a ra g e, p o s s i b i l i t i e s abound with this quiet cul-de-sac home. MLS#812577/291354 $259,000 Deb Kahle (360)918-3199 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

FSBO: 8.3 acres, south facing, with cabin on the back side of Bell Hill, Happy Valley area. All services on site, septic for 3 Br. home. Cabin currently rented to tenant. Do not contact tenants. $275,000. Call owner at (360)808-3909.

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GOLF COURSE VIEW Spacious 2 br., 2.5 ba., 1,720 sf., Large kitchen, b r e a k fa s t b a r, d i n i n g room, light and bright living room with wood fireplace, 2 car garage + golf cart garage/storage, quiet cul-de-sac, southern exposure, full deck. MLS#808195/291282 $259,000 Tyler Conkle (360)670-5978 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

GREAT SEQUIM HOME 12 yr old single level, 1,382 sf., with attached double garage. 2 br plus den and 2 full ba. 514 W Summer Breeze Ln. $189,900. (651)2334271 or (253)732-7142. Just Listed 114 W 14th A little cutie on a large 65’ X 140’ lot. 2 br with a bonus room that could be used for an office or ???? Other features: I car garage, heatform fireplace, privacy fencing, deck and more. You’re going to want to see this one so schedule an appt TODAY. MLS#291392 $120,000 Dave Ramey UPTOWN REALTY (360) 417-2800

Location, Style and Views! Top of the hill central location in town with panoramic water view and mtn. view, 3,050 sf., 4 br, 2.5 ba., elegant hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, 2 p e l l e t s s t ove s, s u n room, large deck, gorgeous mature landscapi n g , c l a s s y, s p a c i o u s and comfortable. MLS#290991 $319,900 Ania Pendergrass 360-461-3973 Remax Evergreen LOVELY LAKE HOME With water view and located in a gated community. 2 BR, 2 BA with large master suite. Sunny South side deck with v i ew o f t h e l a ke. I n cludes a boat slip. MLS#291390 $269,000 Chuck Turner 452-3333 PORT ANGELES REALTY P.A.: Move in ready 3 b r. , 1 . 5 b a . , o n 1 . 5 acres. $289K. (360)461-4012 Prime Location for Commercial Property! 0.48 acres Building on best location, corner of Peabody St. and E. 8th, full 0.16 acre lot for parking, main building 4,050 sf., auxiliary building 968 sf., with storage loft. MLS#281787 $325,000 Team Thomsen UPTOWN REALTY (360) 808-0979

YOU OWN THE LAND WANTED: Fixer upper Cute, well maintained 2 wanted. Sequim / P.A, br., 1 ba., with pond, area, cash in hand. stream view, sunroom, (206)348-2592 deck, community pool, 9 hole par 3 golf course, PLACE YOUR perfect getaway with priAD ONLINE vacy yet close to town. With our new MLS#807075/291271 Classified Wizard $67,900 you can see your Team Schmidt ad before it prints! (360)460-0331 www.peninsula WINDERMERE dailynews.com SUNLAND

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8182 Garage Sales PA - West GARAGE SALE:. Sat.Sun, 7-3 p.m., 2109 W 8th St. We have clothing, cook books, baseball equipment, shoes, children’s toys, electronics, reptile supplies. G A R AG E S a l e : S a t . Sun., 9-6 p.m., 3611 S. Critchfield Rd. Steel desk, clothes, toys, furniture, kitchenware, lawnmower, pet carriers, gardening items and other odds and ends. HUGE YARD SALE. Fr i - S a t . , 9 - 5 p . m . , Sun., 9-2 p.m. From PA , t a k e H W Y 1 0 1 West, past Grannies, turn on 1st left - So. S h o r e R o a d . Fr o m Forks, take HWY 101 East, past Shadow Mountain Gen Store, turn right onto South Shore Rd. Follow signs approx 2 miles along the South shore of Lake Sutherland at 72 Rustic Lane. Fashion jewelry, antiques collectibles, ar t supplies, ar t frames, books, tools, plus size clothing, furniture and more.

8183 Garage Sales PA - East ESTATE Sale: Sun. 9-2 PM, 705 S. Ennis St. basement. Restocked. GARAGE Sale: Fri.-Sat 8 - 1 p. m . , 3 3 4 4 D e e r Pa r k R d . H o u s e h o l d , outdoor, lake tubes, life jackets, name brand kids/baby, toys, fur nit u r e, g a m e s, k i t c h e n items, plus lots more. Bake Sale. Don’t miss it!

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If you have any information regarding these incidents, please call North Olympic Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-TIPS, or online at crimestoppersusa.com. Remember, you never have to give your name; callers remain anonymous.

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C Inaugural colonial festival to re-create historic battles of Lexington, Concord BY CHRIS MCDANIEL PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Red-coated British troops will invade the North Olympic Peninsula this week to root out revolutionaries rebelling against the crown. The resulting “battles”

Part of Lavender Weekend THE INAUGURAL NORTHWEST Colonial Festival and Militia Muster is being held in conjunction with the three-day Sequim Lavender Weekend, which begins Friday. The celebration highlights the importance of lavender production to the local economy with various events at several locations Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For more information about Sequim Lavender Weekend, visit http://tinyurl. com/PDN-lavender weekend. Peninsula Daily News

are the centerpiece of the inaugural Northwest Colonial Festival and Militia Muster, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. this coming Wednesday through Sunday at the George Washington Inn. The inn — a luxury bedand-breakfast at 939 Finn Hall Road, between Port Angeles and Sequim on a bluff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca — is a recreation of George Washington’s home in Mount Vernon, Va. The inn’s surrounding lavender fields comprise the Washington Lavender Farm. The inn-farm is also the venue for the Washington Lavender Festival, part of Sequim Lavender Weekend. The colonial festival “is an offshoot from our lavender festival,” said Dan Abbott, 59, who co-owns the inn and farm with his wife, Jane.

How much? Admission to the colonial/lavender festival is $10 per car for up to six people — $5 for additional adults/ children, with kids younger than 6 admitted free — and will include access to the battle re-enactments, demonstrations, food vendors, music concerts on the weekend and the lavender farm’s fields and gift shop — and photo ops in the lavender

fields and with the battle re-enactors. Separate afternoon tea seatings at the inn on the weekend are available at $33.95 per person. To buy advance tickets or for more information, click on www.colonialfestival.com or go to www.facebook.com/ walavenderfestival. Or phone the inn at 360452-5207. All proceeds from the Northwest Colonial Festival will go to the George Washington Society, a newly created nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of colonial history.

ington Society and donations from local businesses. It is constructed of Douglas fir and topped with redwood cedar planks imported from Oregon and railings made of cedar sourced in Quilcene. It was built with the expertise of Patrick Stans-

day, with the skirmish at Lexington Green at noon and the battle at Concord’s North Bridge at 2:30 p.m. A full-scale replica of the North Bridge has been set up in the inn’s lavender fields. The $10,000 bridge was funded by the George Wash-

berry of Sequim. During the festival, there also will be a colonial village, British and militia camps, plus wool-spinning, gunsmithing and blacksmithing with colonialperiod re-enactors. TURN

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Historic battles Here’s the scenario as lavender fields and blackpowder muskets and cannons come together this week: The 7th Company, Brigade of Guards — a re-created unit of the British army in the American colonies during the fighting from 1775 to 1783 — is marching on the inn to confront a group of rebels. The redcoats will engage the 2nd Connecticut Regiment of Militia, recreating the April 19, 1775, battles of Lexington and Concord, Mass., which sparked the American Revolutionary War. The battles will be reenacted twice each day Wednesday through Sun-

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Human-canine teamwork brings joy IF YOU HAD told me two years ago that I would be spending my Friday evenings at nosework class and taking one- and two-day road trips just to get to nose-work trials, I would have laughed. My dogs have always been my companions. We go for walks, have meals at pet-friendly restaurants and travel together whenever possible. They sleep under my desk while I write and sit on my lap on the sofa when I’m reading or watching television. As far as I was concerned, that was a good life for them. I never had any interest in showing them in conformation. I thought agility or tracking might be fun but never seriously pursued either one. I admired people who worked or competed with their dogs in the same way that I admire people who have climbed Everest or explored underwater caves, but I didn’t expect to ever be one of them. It didn’t seem truly necessary for their — or my — happiness. But like all dogs, mine have always been guided by their noses. Sometimes it seemed as if they were excessively devoted to examining all the scents they ran across on walks. So when a friend told me about the sport of nose work, I thought it would be fun to sign Harper up for the six-week class. We’d learn the basics, and then we’d have a fun game we could play at home or anywhere else. Within weeks, I was bringing 13-year-old Gemma to class, too. When my husband got tired of being left home alone on Friday nights, he joined us as well. The next thing I knew, Harper

ferent from cat to cat. Among the almost 30 signs that can indicate the presence of Kim Campbell had passed her hyperthyroidism are weight loss, Odor Recirritability, depression, vomiting, Thornton first ognition Test, diarrhea and a ratty-looking coat. which qualified But some cats with hyperthyher to compete roidism are energetic and have a in a beginninggreat appetite, so it doesn’t occur level nose-work to their owners that there might trial. be anything wrong with them. I couldn’t The reason the signs are so wait. varied is because thyroid hormone Watching affects every organ system in the Harper — and body. then Gemma Fortunately, lab tests — a comand eventually plete blood count, chemistry proKeeper — discover a purpose to file and urinalysis — can tell us if sniffing was a revelation. a cat has hyperthyroidism or rule They knew when it was time out other diseases that cause simto go to class. ilar signs. They knew exactly what they Even if your cat’s signs are were there to do when it was mild, it’s important to diagnose their turn to search. and treat hyperthyroidism. They were so excited to tell us Cats with the disease are when they found the scent. prone to hypertension (high blood It was two-way communicapressure), which can lead to more tion, and it was wonderful. serious problems, such as kidney Recently, I asked friends who failure or heart disease. also do sports with their dogs Hyperthyroidism has several what they and their dogs get out possible treatments: surgical of it. Q&A — with Dr. Marty Becker removal of the thyroid gland (thyThe appreciation of teamwork My cat has been diagnosed roidectomy), administration of and communication and a deeper radioactive iodine or antithyroid with hyperthyroidism. relationship came first, of course. drugs given for the rest of the My friend’s hyperthyroid cat “The bond it creates between cat’s life. had completely different sympyou and your dog is unlike anyThe treatment your veterinartoms, so I was surprised by the thing you could develop with a ian recommends depends on facdiagnosis. human teammate,” says Annick tors that include your cat’s age What can you tell me about Loomis, who does nose work with and general health, the presence this disease? — via Facebook her Brittany. of other diseases and your budget. Adam Conn does a number of Hyperthyroidism — high Ask your veterinarian to go sports with his Bernese mountain levels of thyroid hormones over all the options with you to dogs. circulating in the blood — is a make the best decision for yourHe enjoys the challenge of common concern in cats 10 years “unlocking” each dog. self and your cat. and older. “All five who I’ve competed We see it in both males and with have been so vastly different, The Buzz — with Dr. Marty despite four being the same breed females, and any breed or mix can Becker, Kim Campbell be affected. and two being from the same Thornton and Mikkel Becker Depending on the individual lines.” Johnson cat, signs range from mild to What about our dogs? Treats ■ Got a new pup? Protect his and praise aside, do they get any- severe, and they can be very dif-

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thing out of it? Yes. For each dog, the reward is different. Some like being the center of attention or enjoy the challenge of solving a puzzle. Hina, a mixed-breed owned by Mary Wakabayashi, loves the thrill of the hunt that nose work develops. Melissa Duffy says sports and games make her dogs grin like nothing else. Harper? We have always been close, but she really blossomed when she discovered that she could “tell” me something and that I would understand. Three weeks ago, Harper and I competed in our second NW3 trial. It’s the most difficult level, and we weren’t quite good enough to get a title — yet. But at every class and every trial, I get better at reading her signals, and she gets better at delivering them. Most of all, I’ve taken to heart the nose work motto: Trust your dog.

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Fest: Re-enactment set CONTINUED FROM C1 Vernon Frykholm, Jr., 66, of Sequim — a re-enactor depicting Gen. George Washington — will be camped on the grounds and available to the public throughout the festival. “Nothing like this has ever happened on the West Coast before, and it is a culmination of people with a similar vision that have just kind of come together,” Frykholm said. “I just got back from Mount Rushmore for the Fourth of July, and this event, I would say, in some ways would be as equally entertaining and enjoyable as Mount Rushmore.” The George Washington Inn provides an appropriate venue for such a festival, said Dan Wilbanks, 60, of Roseburg, Ore., the colonial festival event director. “It is the perfect venue for something like this. It is the perfect location to discuss things colonial.” Wilbanks encourages area residents and visitors alike to attend the event. “The more the merrier,” he said. “We are going to make so much noise, they are going to want to see what all these cannons and muskets are about.” Wilbanks is an active member of the 2nd Connecticut Regiment of Militia, which is derived of individuals with a thirst for American history. “You will find that the people you meet” in period costumes at the festival “are just normal everyday folks,” he said. “They just have a passion for this period. “They like the history. They love the uniquely American character of what the colonial period is.” Wilbanks tells of the history. “Our men — many of them were also veterans of the French and Indian War, so it wasn’t like they didn’t know how to fight,” he said. Nevertheless, the rebels were up against one of the most deadly and disciplined armies in world history. “You will see a little bit of that spit and polish with the British artillery that is coming,” Wilbanks said. “They are bringing two Grasshopper Howitzers,

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Dan Wilbanks of Roseburg, Ore., Northwest Colonial Festival and Militia Muster event director, puts together a model of the North Bridge at Concord, Mass. which were built on the same exact spec as the two that were at Lexington that day.” The event organizers are trying to “keep this as historically accurate as we can,” Wilbanks added, right down to the clothing and weaponry. “We will try to preserve the integrity of the battlefield as much as we can,” he said.

Rebels vs. an empire Following the Boston Tea Party on Dec. 16, 1773, the British Crown instigated harsh measures on the colonists, according to historians. In response, colonists created an illegal shadow government known as the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, which called for local militias to begin training for possible hostilities. The British government in February 1775 moved to crush the rebellion, secretly ordering 700 British army regulars stationed in Boston to capture and destroy rebel military supplies at Concord. The redcoats also were tasked with capturing Sam Adams and John Hancock, who they believed were hiding out in Lexington. But the rebels caught wind of the secret expedition, and Paul Revere and Joseph Warren rode out on their famous “Midnight Ride” from Boston to warn the rebels of the advance. With plenty of notice, a militia of about 70 men led by Capt. John Parker assembled on the Lexington Green as a show of force. Parker was quoted as say-

health and even save his life by waiting until he has received his complete series of vaccinations before taking him to dog parks, city parks or pet stores that allow animals inside. (An exception is puppy kindergarten classes, which require all canine students to have their first set of vaccinations.) Taking a puppy to such places before he’s fully vaccinated could be deadly at this time of year, says Susan Nelson, a Kansas State University veterinarian. Parvovirus thrives in warm weather, spreads easily, survives for months in the right conditions and is resistant to non-bleach cleaners. ■ A will ensures that your property is distributed the way you want it to be, but it can also protect your pets in the event of your death. A pet trust spells out who will care for your dogs, cats or other animals and provides funding for their needs. Pet trusts are permitted by 46 states and the District of Columbia. The exceptions are Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota and Mississippi. Talk to your attorney about how to include one in your will, and be sure your designated caretakers are willing and able to take on the responsibility.

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Impromptu (bird)bath beckons block party AN EARLY MORNING stroll around the yard during the long, hot days of summer is always special. This is the best time of the day. The chatter in the trees and bushes tells us the birds are also enjoying the cooler temperatures. It’s a struggle for me to return to the house and those waiting chores. I look for a reason to remain outdoors. Turning on the sprinklers is a good one. As soon as the water begins to splash over the plants and trees, the show begins. Birds appear like magic, and they can’t contain their excitement when the dancing sprays of cool water begin. One area is watered by a sweep sprinkler that throws a lot of water around. Juncos begin bathing where it splashes on a flagstone path. Chickadees hop about on wet leaves created by the spraying water. Robins fly right through this water to get their showers. Even the tiny hummingbirds bounce and hover over the top of the spray. Everyone is bathing as if their lives depend on it, and a cacophony of bird sounds emphasizes the excitement the sudden source of water has created. Water’s importance for birds can’t be overemphasized at any time of the year, but during a long, hot dry spell, the need is impossible to ignore. When the birds know your yard offers a dependable source of water, you are often treated to fascinating and unexpected bird

ing, “If they mean to have a war, let it begin here.” When an advance guard of nearly 240 British soldiers arrived in Lexington near dawn, the calm was shattered by a musket ball crashing through the air, and hostilities commenced. While the identity of whoever fired that first round has been lost to history, it became known as “the shot heard round the world.” Heavily outnumbered, the militia retreated while the British proceeded to Concord. At the North Bridge in Concord, about one hour before noon, about 500 militiamen engaged three companies of regulars, resulting in casualties on both sides. “On this bridge was the first offensive action American militiamen ever did,” Wilbanks said. The British withdrew to Boston, being fired upon the entire way by rebel militia. Seventy-three British soldiers were killed and 174 wounded, while 49 militiamen were killed and 39 wounded, according to historians. “It is untold history, at least in the West,” Wilbanks said of the battles. “We want to be the living history and tell the story, Olympic Medical Center celebrate it and have fun Sabrina and Sam Gay with it.” (formerly of Port Angeles) of ________ Logan, Utah, a daughter, Sequim-Dungeness Valley Edi- Aubrey Joy Gay, tor Chris McDaniel can be reached 6 pounds, 10 ounces, at 360-681-2390, ext. 5052, or cmcdaniel@peninsuladailynews. 10:06 p.m. May 11. com. Christina M. and Douglas

the cherry tree and a nearby elderberry “tree.” A big surprise was disencounJoan covering that a favorite ters. bathing spot was over the Carson These spout that goes straight have into the air and hits sevranged eral branches. from The starlings were actuwatching ally perched right where a family the spray hit them with a of gosforce like the bathroom hawks shower. running They vied with one through another for this spot. a sprinOther birds weren’t to kler to a be denied. hummingbird approaching The robins took over the the hose’s spray when elderberry bush. Nutplants were being handhatches and chickadees watered. were happy to splash about Both of these are only on any available leaves. two of many experiences Towhees, juncos and reported by readers over song sparrows were all the years. enjoying the cool water. Starlings are not one of The show stopped as my favorite birds, but one suddenly as it began. The evening, they put on a starlings left the yard, show worth watching. chattering loudly, while the The sprinkler in the other birds resumed a front garden is near a more sedate bathing large, ground-level birdbehavior. bath. Water is important, and Both are close to the the cleaner the better. ancient weeping cherry The birds using the regtree. ular birdbath where the Old-fashioned sprinkler dripper is located bathe in the bath, and they also drink from it. The sprinkler is of an However, the smaller old-fashioned design that birds love to perch on its whirls three spouts of curved top and drink the water round and round drops just before they fall while a spray of water shoots from the middle and on the water’s surface. straight into the air. Birdbaths don’t need to The bath and the tree be fancy or expensive. were the center of the Even plant saucers can action created by the sprin- be used to create a source kler’s wild water. of water. The birds, especially the Then the birds will starlings, descended on the come — and entertain. area in droves. ________ The front door was open, Joan Carson’s column and it was the sound of appears every Sunday. Contact their voices that alerted us her at P.O. Box 532, Poulsbo, WA to what was taking place. 98370, with a self-addressed, Starlings were taking stamped envelope for a reply. Email: joanpcarson@comcast.net. showers all over the top of

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Peninsula Births M. Eaton of Port Angeles, a daughter, Sydney Marie Eaton, 8 pounds, 9 ounces, 5:06 a.m. June 12. Callie and Steven Higgs of Sequim, a daughter, Zealand Rose Higgs, 7 pounds, 14 ounces, 11:34 a.m. June 24.

Rachel Howe and Donald Skinner Jr. of Forks, a son, Wesley James Skinner, 8 pounds, 12 ounces, 2:49 p.m. June 25. Phone information about athome or out-of-town births to 360417-3527 or 800-826-7714, ext. 5250.


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Noodle bowl easy way Once again, to beat heat in kitchen take a look GOODNESS, THIS HEAT! Add in the stink of wildfire smoke wafting down from Canada and I, for one, have not been interested in cooking much. The PENINSULA snap peas bok KITCHEN and choy from our CSA Carrie share last week Sanford as well as some leftover bits and bobs from the fridge inspired me to try my hand at a homemade Buddha Bowl (Sushi Bowl, Asian Bowl, Power Bowl or whatever you want to call it). Essentially just a salad bar with a noodle base, Power Bowls offer plenty of options for each diner to customize their meal and not too much time cooking over a hot stove or oven. The possibilities are pretty limitless with this idea; just chop up a bunch of goodies, heat some noodles and make a sauce. Done. Our version of Power Bowl includes what we normally put in a fresh spring roll but without the hassle of trying to roll it up. I sauté garlic (scrapes if you have any or just chopped cloves), chopped onion and that day’s protein of choice. We use chicken, but anything would be great in this. Add greens when the protein is nearly done. Bok

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HARKENING BACK TO last week (yes, I am the only person I know who still uses the word “harkening”), I’d intended to do a quick little shtick on what we have to do about Medicare when we turn 65. Then I realized how scary-stupid that is because a lot of us are turning 65 and Medicare is, to phrase it politely, a mystery. So I’m going to back up and do the whole thing. Ready? Get comfortable.

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choy, chard, spinach and kale are all good choices. Cook until the protein is done completely through and the greens are just wilted. Meanwhile, soak bean threads in boiling water, following the directions on the package. We get ours at McPhee’s Parkway Grocery at Eighth and Race streets in Port Angeles. Then chop up piles of raw ingredients. Ideas include grated carrot, cilantro sprigs, mung bean sprouts, fresh pea pods sliced, mango chunks and avocado. To make your bowl, pile some noodles in, top with hot protein and greens and your raw ingredients, then drizzle on the sauce (recipe at right). Yum! I set it all up in a row on the counter in the

kitchen and let each dinner guest build their own bowl. My 10-year-old was happy with just noodles, chicken and mango. My bowl included all of the options and the spicy hoisin sauce. Everyone was happy, especially this mama-chef who avoided hot ovens and too much time in the kitchen. Stay cool out there, friends!

________ Carrie Sanford, who shares the Peninsula Kitchen column with Betsy Wharton, is a mother, wife, educator, artist, activist and cook. She writes the newsletter for Salt Creek Farm in Joyce during the growing season and volunteers with nonprofits and schools in Port Angeles, where she lives with her husband, Tom Sanford, and their daughter, Abby. She blogs about food and her life as a mama at RhubarbSky.com.

Spicy Hoisin Sauce 1 Tbs soy sauce 1 Tbs apple juice (I omit and add extra water) 1/4 tsp black pepper 1/4 cup vegetable stock 1 Tbs hoisin sauce 11/2 tsps chili garlic sauce 11/2 tsps sugar 1 tsps sesame oil

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I tend to think of Medicare as the “Rube Goldberg approach to health insurance.” Thus, it’s easy to get myopically focused on this-orthat moving part or how this made that fall over which then made this other one stand up and caused this one over here to roll over and play dead. And in the course of all that, we completely lose track of what the whole machine looks like and what we actually have to do to inject ourselves into the machine because, like it or not, it’s the only game in town for many of us. This is not “Hooray for Medicare!” We are not required to like it or to think it represents an insightful or logical method of health care (or health insurance) delivery, but many of us

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are required to deal with it. Here’s another non-surprise: The baby boomers, or the silver tsunami, are bumping up against the Medicare machine. These folks were born between 1946 and 1964. There are 47 million people on Medicare now, and that will spike to 80 million with the boomers by 2030, which is only 15 years away. Further, 1 in 10 boomers are living below the federal poverty line, so there’s an increasing trend for many of us to keep working past age 65, and full retirement age is now 66. So what?

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up for Medicare is critical action CONTINUED FROM C3 buy private plans from insurance companies to pay for all or most of what I’m serious. Medicare doesn’t pay for. No? OK then. Read on These are affectionately and just write off the next few minutes to “humoring referred to as “Medigap” Harvey.” (aka “MedSUPP”) plans. And for the true wonks If you do everything among us, I am not going right, you have an open to attempt to cover every enrollment period for detail and nuance of the Medigap plans, which Medicare machine because means that any plan has to that doesn’t help most peo- accept you, regardless of ple. Agreed? OK. pre-existing conditions or In the beginning, there whatever else, whether was Medicare. Medicare is they like it or not. Otherhealth insurance. wise, they can make you There are generally two fill out a health questionways to qualify for Medinaire developed during the care: You turn 65 or you hit Spanish Inquisition and, in month No. 24 of Social all probability, reject you. Security Disability InsurYou do not want that to ance (SSDI). happen. So when you turn 65, if When it’s automatic you or your spouse still is working for an employer If you turn 65 and receive Social Security ben- with at least 20 or more full-time employees and efits, you will be autoyou or he/she has health enrolled in Medicare Part insurance through that A (think hospital) and employer, you can legitiMedicare Part B (think doctor). You will receive by mately delay enrolling in Part B without incurring mail a “Welcome to Medicare” kit, which borders on the dreaded penalty. Also, you will still have access to being self-explanatory, more or less, if you actually that lovely open enrollment read it and then read it period for Medigaps down again. the way. If you are younger than 65 and on SSDI, you will Documentation be auto-enrolled in MediIf all that is true and if care Parts A and B during you have the nerve to month No. 23, which puts change to a different job you on the cusp of the where all of that is still 24-month qualifying true, get a letter from the period. As previously noted, the employer that you’re leaving stating the length of full retirement age — time that you were enrolled meaning the age at which in that employer’s health you get to scoop up your insurance. full Social Security benefit You want this because it — is now 66. Thus if you will help you successfully turn 65, are still working and are not receiving Social evade the penalty. Put it Security benefits, you have someplace where you can actually find it. to sign up for Medicare. If you retire from said You sign up for Mediemployer (or quit or whatcare by contacting Social Security. I know, but that’s ever) and go onto COBRA, how it’s done. You also can sign up for Part B. do that online, but let’s not COBRA coverage is get distracted by practical- NOT considered active ity. employer insurance, so you’ll get penalized to the Reasons to delay tune of 10 percent per month for each year that If you are still working you didn’t enroll in Part B and get health insurance through your employer, you for the rest of your Medicare-haunted life. might choose to delay No, that’s not all, but enrolling in Part B. Why? that’s enough for now. More For openers, Part B next week. costs you money, so why And yes, if you followed pay for something you all of this, you can take a don’t need yet? day of respite from your However, there is a dementia-inhibiting crosspricey, lifelong penalty for word puzzle . . . and two not enrolling in Part B when you’re eligible, so you aspirin. _______ want to get this right. Also, getting it right will allow Mark Harvey is directors of you to retain your open Clallam/Jefferson Senior Informaenrollment period for a tion & Assistance, which operates Medigap plan. through the Olympic Area Agency on Aging. He is also a member of As shocking as it may the Community Advocates for be, Medicare does not pay for all of your health insur- Rural Elders partnership. He can be reached at 360-452-3221 (Port ance stuff. It only pays 80 Angeles-Sequim), 360-385-2552 percent of the Medicare(Jefferson County) or 360-374approved cost of the stuff it 9496 (West End), or by emailing harvemb@dshs.wa.gov. does cover. Many people

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Back Country Horsemen members Tom Mix, Cate Bendock and Juelie Dalzell, from left, survey and mark the last quarter-mile of the forthcoming ADA trail at the new Miller Peninsula trailhead and parking lot off Diamond Point Road.

Volunteers keep trails in tip-top shape for all TIMES ARE DRY, and I’m not talking about alcohol. With the entire Olympic Peninsula on a high fire alert and a burn ban in effect, including the fire pits at Littleton Horse Camp, and my home surrounded by trees, I got so worried by the fire threat, I hooked up my truck and horse trailer, threw in some hay bags and filled the water tank. Now, I’m ready to escape with the animals at a moment’s notice. Perhaps I’m overly concerned, but I’ve heard too many horror stories of those trapped by a fast-moving fire. Naturally, I haven’t prepared anything for myself, just my animals, but I probably should.

Miller Peninsula trail Is it Miller time yet? It almost is at the new trailhead and parking lot at Miller Peninsula State Park. The park itself is in 2,800 acres of forest, encompassing roughly 20 miles of trails and 3 miles of beach to explore. I stopped by during one of the Back Country Horsemen’s Monday volunteer work parties a couple weeks ago. The lot itself is very impressive. It’s got plenty of parking for cars and trucks with trailers, a ramp to aid those with special needs to get on a horse and a modern outhouse. Once open, we equestrians will no longer be parking our trailers in front of the good folks living on Cat

core group of hard-working volunteers, a fact I find mind-boggling because our Lake Karen trails are so well-mainRoad. tained. Griffiths Back Carrie Sunstrom was Country hard at work clearing thick Horsebrush because “I live men nearby and frequently ride members the trail system.” Jeff Then, I almost got lost Chapin the forest trying to meet man and Tom Mix up with Cate Bendock. I found her knee-deep in are two brush and storm-damaged of eight trees holding a surveying volunrod for Tom Mix. teers on the Miller Peninsula State Park Property Making the grade Trail Advisory Group. The entire scope of labor Tom was using a transit is being performed by vollevel to make sure the unteers from the Back grade of the trail stayed Country Horsemen’s Penin- less than 5 percent (for sula and Buckhorn Range ADA compliance), and Juechapters, trail-building and lie Dalzell was holding hiking groups such as the roll of flagging tape to Klahhane Club and Wash- mark the trails. ington Trail and Peninsula Tom told me part of Trail associations, along their work will include with members of the local “updated signage on the community. trails, so folks won’t be so apt at getting lost and to Volunteers help out help to avoid trespassing on private property.” Diamond Point resiI always thought that dents and trail-building was part of the fun. enthusiasts Bill and He told me RV AssociLaVonne Mueller were ates out of Port Orchard there with their own tools at the beginning of the new contracted with the state to 0.75-mile, 4-foot-wide ADA build the parking lot, but it still needed someone to trail to clear out shrubs donate gravel. and small trees. When Cate mentioned it Bill mentioned the to the company’s superinKlahhane Club had donated $2,000 this year to tendant, Frank Donaski, who is also a horse rescuer: the Peninsula chapter to help with the cost of main- “He asked how much gravel we needed, and I tenance supplies, such as said, ‘Maybe 60 tons of tools and gravel. ¾-minus but really any While various government branches oversee the size donation would be trail systems, the majority appreciated,’ thinking 60 was too large of an amount of the work to build and maintain trails is done by a

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to ask for. “But he said, ‘Oh, I’ll buy you that.’ And we were thinking, ‘Wow! How generous!”’ The three emphasized the important role volunteers have in building and maintaining trails. “Klahhane Trail Club members are great scouts for us,” says Tom. “If they see a downed tree or other trouble spot, they take a photo of it, mark the GPS location and email it to us. “Because we have the GPS setting, we know the exact spot on the trail we need to go to. And because we have a picture, we know what tools we need to bring — just an amazing help.” I came across State Parks Ranger and Area Manager Kinnan Murray and asked how soon the parking lot would open. “We can probably get it signed off after that connector trail to the original trail system is completed,” Kinnan says. Anyone who enjoys the trails at Miller Peninsula State Park, or who would like to help get the connector trail completed, is asked to meet the group at the parking lot every Monday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. “We have tools, or they can bring their own. Let’s get this place open,” says Cate.


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Thoughtless Sign son up for swimming, words hurt indoor summer activities at any size I AM A very skinny woman. I have always been thin, but over the last few years, I have lost a great deal of weight because of depression and stress. I am now on the mend and slowly putting weight back on, but I am frightfully self-conscious about my appearance. The problem: When I run into people I know, they say, “You’re so skinny!” Even people I don’t know make remarks like, “I hate skinny women.” What can I do? Anonymous

They are not necessarily organized sports that actually have games and practices but may be a noncompetitive sports theme that gets kids together early in the mornings before the heat takes effect. Others are classes in art, science, cooking, astronomy, writing, chess, etc. In fact, there are a wide range of subjects he can choose from and possibly be excited about doing so. Since the classes are My kids want to do only for a few weeks, there From Jodie the very same thing. is almost always an openHowever, we enrolled If you live in an area ing. them in inside activities where the heat is a big facCall or visit your local that are done all in a tor, it’s really hard to blame YWCA or YMCA as well as pool. anyone who is trying to various schools and park Besides swimming stay out of it and looking associations. lessons, there’s water vol- for a cooler place to pass Also check out churches leyball and a slew of most of the day. since many offer activities other water games. However, there are spe- for youths during the sumThis is offered at a cial, short summer sessions mer. local youth activity centhat involve inside and outHe will also have an ter. side activities that might opportunity to sign up Check the Yellow pique his interest. again for a different sesMY 10-YEAR-OLD PARENT TO PARENT SON only wants to stay indoors, play video Jodie Pages or games and eat chips and Lynn online for a the like. He doesn’t like similar one sports. in your own I’m trying to get him town. outdoors and moving, but Your son he complains about the is just the heat. right age, Any ideas on how to and he will get him away from definitely becoming a chubby couch get exercise potato? and stay cool. Dallas mom Patti Jones in Dallas

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It’s a thing, all right. There’s even an old-time song about it: “You Always Hurt the One You Love.” (Favorite line: “You always take the sweetest rose and crush it ’til the petals fall.” Ouch!) Yes, it is inevitable that our loved ones will occasionally misdirect their I had a steep learning snappishness. But yours curve on this one. Years ago, after congrat- sounds like a too-regular ulating an acquaintance on offender. Say to your girlfriend: “I her weight loss, I asked want to support you, but I how she pulled it off. don’t want to be your door“The chemo and radiation diet,” she replied, with mat. That leaves scuff marks. Let’s talk about a a steady gaze that did not better outlet for your fruslet me off the hook. It tration.” (mostly) cured me. Vigorous exercise can The fact is, we are a clear the mind, and so does nation of fat people, and many of us envy those who talking it out with co-workers and you. are thin. I suspect that But eventually, your most of your “I hate girlfriend must learn to skinny” people are trying IN THE WORLD of speak up with her boss. A to be funny, underscoring TALES FROM THE FRONT relationships, the phrases counselor or human their own waistline chal“It’s not you; it’s me,” and resources worker can help lenges while tossing you a Cheryl cence of the “It’s not me; it’s you!” are with that. backhanded compliment. Lavin Easter both usually forms of douGiven your circumbunny. blespeak (aka lying). Bequest test stances, these folks fail as You have The former is used humorists and complimentoffended his Before my mother died, when the speaker is trying ers. The others are simply or her honor she handed me two decora- to get out of a relationship idiots, blurting out whatand the tive objects and said (in the without a lot of mess. He or ever pops into their heads: honor of his presence of others), “I love she is trying to let his or “You’re so skinny!” or her paryou and want you to have her partner down gently by Two ways to go: take a ents, grandaccepting the blame for the these.” page from my acquainparents, sibIt turns out she had left relationship’s failure — tance’s book and say, lings, cousins and Sunday them to her grandsons (my whether it’s true or not. “Depression will do that.” It’s most effective when school teacher. nephews) in her will, along This may cause more sputThis is an insult from the speaker lowers his or with large cash gifts. tering than apology, and it her head and gently shakes which he or she may never Because my mother could be more information it from side to side. Deep recover. gave them to me with her than you want to share. sighing is appropriate, as love, these objects hold speTurning tables If so, say, “Why on Earth are a few tears. cial value. would you say something He or she has only one And then there’s “It’s A lawyer confirmed that so foolish?” Give people a option: to turn it on you. not me; it’s you!” small items that are sold or chance to consider the This is an example of This is used in a whole given away before death impact of their statement different context, for a how it might sound: are no longer part of an in its immediate wake. But whole different reason. Partner A: “Honey, are steer clear of comments on estate. you having an affair? I But my nephews are not their size; that only perpetSuspicious minds found these strange underspeaking to me. uates the problem. pants under the bed, you What should I do? Here’s hoping that you For example, you conreek of some weird cologne Anonymous front your partner with continue to mend and that I’ve never smelled before the weight police cut you your suspicions that he or and every time I answer I am sorry for your loss some slack. she is having an affair. your phone, the person — and even sorrier to play Your partner turns to hangs up.” King Solomon. Anger management you with eyes as round as Partner B: “Are you kidBut your mother is ping-pong balls and a My girlfriend takes out ding? Am I having an dead, and her (clearly mouth open so wide he or her frustrations on me, changeable) ideas about she might as well be sitting affair? It’s not me; it’s you!” especially after bad days at decorative objects aren’t as Hayden has experienced in the dentist’s chair. work. It’s as if she comes important as your relationthis phenomenon firsthand His or her whole attihome mad at her boss but ship with your nephews. tude expresses the innoand has a theory about it. starts a fight with me In my experience, loving instead. feelings for my late mother I’ve talked to her about PORT TOWNSEND MAIN STREET’S can be conjured as easily it, and she says it’s totally ON by her old potholders as normal for her to dump on THE her fanciest china. me because I know she I bet these two objects loves me, and she can’t say are not the only things anything to her boss. your mother left you. Is this really a thing? Paul in New York TURN TO GALANES/C6 Featuring

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sion of the same activity or try something new and even make a few new friends. Can you help? My 8-year-old twins want to participate in a select choir for the midsummer to early fall. We’re all for this, but the location is killing us with driving. They do not know anyone there, and I don’t know any of the parents. How’s the best way to get a carpool going or to ask the other parents if they are interested without seeming like a burden to those we don’t know?

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“Whenever someone turns the tables on you and accuses you of rotten behavior, it’s because they’re most likely guilty as hell,” he says. “Most people use themselves as a general standard of behavior. If they routinely have affairs, they assume everyone is having affairs. “Honest people tend to think other people are honest; cheaters figure everyone is cheating,” he says. “When you confront someone with pretty good evidence that something is going on and they turn it back at you, that, in my mind, is proof your suspicions are correct.”

Learned hard way Hayden learned these lessons the hard way. “I spent seven years with a woman who was pretty wild, but she said it was all behind her. “After two years together, I had to move out of the state for work, and she opted to stay behind to see her youngest child through her last year of high school,” he said. “One day, out of nowhere, she accused me of

having a girlfriend. Or, more specifically, having an affair with the underage bimbo who lived next door. “Shortly after that, she had moved in with a married man. She ended the affair after a few months, and I exercised very bad judgment and resumed seeing her again.

‘Could always tell’ “I could always tell when she started cheating on me because she would suddenly start accusing me of seeing some random woman at work,” he said. “After the final breakup, she continued to stalk me for years. It’s been close to a decade since she last bothered me or anyone in my family, but I still have the scars. “When people ask me what made me the cynical, jaded bastard that I am, I tell them it was her, the psycho-bitch from hell.”

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I also suspect that if she were alive and knew that her Venini vases or Lalique paperweights were causing a rift between you and her grandsons, she would sooner put them out with the garbage. Give them to your nephews and tell them they mean more to you than stuff.

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You sound ambivalent. Used copies of The Thorn Birds are still gifts. But the good news is that it probably doesn’t matter what you write. Readers report that

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Dear Deborah: Before you go paperless, make a list of all of your accounts and usernames I know Abigail and passwords. many compaThere is software that allows Van Buren nies and credit people to upload their account card issuers are information into so-called “digital unsympathetic vaults” for storage. about reducing Alternatively, the information or eliminating could be written down and placed late fees, with your health care and finanregardless of cial powers of attorney. the situation. To make certain that everyI don’t trust thing goes smoothly should you them to waive become incapacitated, or in the these fees — event of your death, give a list of even if I’m desperately ill or your current digital information dead. to someone you trust, let people I don’t know how to “go paper- know who has that information less” and keep my children and leave instructions on how informed at the same time. you want things handled. Abby, your column could create a national dialogue on this Dear Abby: Last spring, my problem. husband and I found out we’re Thank you. pregnant with our first child. Deborah We were thrilled, of course, in St. Cloud, Minn. but out of caution, we decided not

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to tell anyone outside our immediate families for a few weeks. I am a teacher at a large school, and I decided to confide in my teaching assistant so she would understand if I seemed tired or I wasn’t feeling well. She was excited. Within five minutes of my telling her, she had literally shouted the news to several other staff members. I asked her to please stop and, in particular, not to tell the students. The next day, there was a large banner hanging over my classroom door that read: BUN IN THE OVEN! I was mortified and furious. She thinks miscarriages won’t happen if you think positive and that I’m just being negative. She is otherwise an excellent assistant. How do I deal with her refusal


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Oil barge checks into PA for a cleaning DBL 77, A 336-foot oceangoing tank barge, moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3 on Monday. I’m told personnel cleaned the barge’s storage tanks, which have an aggregate capacity of 3.36 million gallons of either refined petroleum products or crude oil. Presumably to clean the tanks, the vessel’s onboard system, very similar to a steam cleaner, was used to get the job done. The accumulated residue was pumped into containment tanks, which were temporarily stored at the log yard adjacent to Westport LLC awaiting transportation to a refinery. That’s where the oily mess can be refined and will no doubt find its way into the stream of marine petroleum products known as bunker oil.

Navy boat hauled out Platypus Marine Inc., the full-service shipyard, yacht-repair facility and steel-boat manufacturer on Marine Drive in Port Angeles, hauled out a 65-foot Navy support dive boat last week that likely will be at Platypus for the next couple of months. I understand that Platypus personnel will inspect and refurbish the drive line as needed. Her onboard tanks will

ON THE WATERFRONT be inspected Sellars and cleaned. The hull and freeboard will be sandblasted and painted, and the nonskid on the deck will be removed and a new layer applied. Platypus also hauled out YC-1490, a 110-foot Navy deck barge from Bremerton that was originally built as an open lightering barge. The flat-looking 1490 was built for the Navy in 1968 by the San Diego Marine Ship Building Co., which since has been absorbed into BAE Systems, a British multinational defense, security and aerospace company based in London.

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A Navy 65-foot support dive boat, left, and a 110-foot Navy deck barge are in the Platypus Marine Inc. yard in Port Angeles for refurbishing. inexpensive course. VHF radio communication is essential during emergencies and is often superior to cellphones. The radios also can be helpful in a number of other nonemergency scenarios such as securing a transient slip at a destination marina. The variety of radios available can be confusing, and their use can be intimidating. This course will teach you how to choose the proper marine VHF radio

for your boating style and give you the confidence to operate it effectively. The course is only $24.95 and is available at www. boatus.org/courses; the fee is reduced somewhat for BoatUS members.

At the boat builder I stopped by Lee Shore Boats last week and spoke with Eric Schneider, president of the Port Angeles boat-building company at 2271 W. Edgewood Drive. It seems that Eric just

can’t get a boat built for himself. His last attempt was seen by a client who wanted his creation — and bought it. This time around, the hull was the exact size needed to accommodate a client’s request for an oil spill response vessel that will be shipped to the Mideast next month. You can’t argue with doing business! Eric said he will outfit the 23-foot mono hull with

Essential radio I recently received a news release from BoatUS about an online course for boaters worthy of a mention. The course is titled “All About Marine Radio.” I must say I know more than a handful of boaters that would benefit from this

CAROLYN JANE CLARK February 10, 1943 May 25, 2015 This 23-foot mono-hull boom boat built by Lee Shore Boats of Port Angeles soon will be shipped to United Arab Emirates.

LINDA MARIE (MURPHY) PISCIOTTA Mrs. Clark

Linda Marie (Murphy) Pisciotta, 67, passed away on the evening of June 24, 2015, after an 11-year battle with cancer. She was at home in Port Angeles, surrounded by family. Linda was born in Hampton, Virginia, and grew up in Hampton and Newport News, Virginia, graduating from Newport News High School. She studied medical laboratory technology after high school and worked as a certified lab technician. Linda met Ben Pisciotta at a party thrown by a mutual friend, and they were immediately drawn to each other — it was almost love at first sight — beginning a part-

sister, Dawn Nicole Woolner, and Dawn’s daughter, Aspen); sister Kate Ferris of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee; brother Phil (Lou) Reno of Bushnell, Illinois; brother-in-law Larry Bell of Nixa, Missouri; granddog Gus and grandkitties Ricky and Lucy; and close family friends Robin and Kathy Iredale. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Linda Ball, brotherin-law Howard Ferris and son-in-law Ryan Wickersham. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, July 18, 2015, at 3 p.m. at 51 Atwood Ridge Place, Sequim, with a potluck to follow. Memorial contributions can be made to Assured Hospice of Clallam and Jefferson Counties, 24 Lee Chatfield Way, Sequim, WA 98382.

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involved with a busy radiology practice, Linda was an active volunteer in the community. She found joy doing service for other people and sharing her love of life. Among other roles, she was particularly proud of her work as a Girl Scout troop leader, Diversified Industries board member, trained mediator, school teaching aid and fundraiser for several organizations. She mentored and advocated for children she took under her wing. Linda started a book club with Sudie Mason that has lasted over 20 years and pulled together a group of women that have become as close as sisters. Above all, Linda felt that her biggest accomplishment was her role as mother and wife.

Linda was known for her striking red hair, love of reading and amazing culinary creations. She was creative, generous, feisty and witty. She fought so hard for her life that she taught everyone around her the value of their own. Though cancer stole her from us, it also pulled us all together tightly around her. We know we will still talk to her every day. She is survived by her husband; her three daughters; and her sister, Lisa, and mother, Elsie, both of whom reside in Virginia. Donations may be made in Linda’s name to Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County at 360-4521511, www.vhocc.org/ support-us/donate or 540 East Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

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Carolyn Jane Clark, a 72-year-old resident of Sequim, passed away May 25, 2015, surrounded by family at her home in Sequim. She was born to Kenneth “Tink” Reno and Bethel Coleith Bivens Reno on February 10, 1943, in Macomb, Illinois. Carolyn graduated from Bushnell-Prairie City High School in 1961 and attended college at Southern Illinois University. She worked in the insurance industry for many years. She married Robert Woolner, which ended in divorce. She married Gerald “Jerry” Clark in 1974, and they remained married until Carolyn’s passing. She loved camping and telling funny travel stories by the campfire. One of her favorite trips was a seven-month adventure through the United States with her husband. She also loved hanging out with her daughter’s softball team and playing keno at the casino. Carolyn is survived by her husband, Jerry Clark of Sequim; her daughter, Robin “R-BO” Wickersham (as well as Robin’s

a 225-horsepower Honda outboard motor. He added that once the vessel arrives in the United Arab Emirates, it will be used as a boom boat.

January 13, 1948 June 21, 2015 Linda M. (King) Barbieri, a longtime resident of Port Angeles, died Sunday, June 21, 2015, in Keller, Texas, of a heart attack. Linda was 67 years old at the time of her death. Born January 13, 1948, in Port Angeles to Lois and Kenneth King of Blue Mountain, Linda was proud of her family’s deep legacy as one of the first pioneers to reach Port Angeles by covered wagon in the late 1800s from Oklahoma. The Stillwell family built their home on Blue Mountain in Port Angeles, and five generations of Stillwell and King family members have resided on the mountain, including Linda, up until she was diag-

Linda M. Barbieri nosed with frontal temporal dementia (FTD) five years ago. She graduated from Port Angeles High School in 1966 and was married to Forest Barbieri in May of 1967. They were married for 13 years and had three children together: Jill (Barbieri) Tucker of Chicago,

Illinois; Brandon Barbieri of Nashville, Tennessee; and Jessica (Barbieri) Carlson of Chicago. Linda was a talented artist, painting watercolors of the Pacific Northwest and its beauty. She was also an accomplished seamstress who had a talent and flair for the arts and crafts. Linda found strength in her church and God. She was an active member of Fairview Bible Church on O’Brien Road. Linda spent many years working as a home health care assistant to the elderly and terminally ill of the Olympic Peninsula. She was full of compassion for others and felt this as her true calling. She was loved by the many families whom she assisted in their time of need. She is preceded in death by her parents, Lois

and Kenneth King; as well as her loving sister and best friend, Diana King. Linda is survived by her three brothers, Wayne King, Kenneth (Skip) King and Burl (Bo) King; as well as her children and her seven grandchildren, whom she truly adored and lived for: Holden Carlson, Graham Carlson, Colin Tucker, Margaret Tucker, Dylan Barbieri, Aidan Barbieri and Evan Barbieri. Viewing will be held at Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel at 105 West Fourth Street, Port Angeles, on Friday, July 17, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Religious services will be held the following day, Saturday, July 18, 2015, at 2 p.m. at Fairview Bible Church, 385 O’Brien Road, Port Angeles. Burial at Blue Mountain Cemetery will immediately follow.


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Briefly . . . B.C. blasts may be heard this week ESQUIMALT, B.C. — The Department of National Defence/Royal Canadian Navy’s demolition range at Bentinck Island will be in use from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Monday through Friday. The explosions may echo and possibly be heard on the North Olympic Peninsula. Bentinck Island is located near Race Rocks in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, about 15 miles from Port Angeles.

It is used as a terrestrial demolition range by the Canadian armed forces.

Free movies slated PORT HADLOCK — The Jefferson County Library is showing free movies for children, teens and adults this summer. The films, part of the “Every Hero Has a Story” summer reading program, start with Disneynature’s “Bears” on Monday. The movie, depicting a year in the life of a bear family in Alaska, will screen at 2 p.m. Next up are Pixar’s original “Toy Story” at 2 p.m. July 20 and “Up,” another animated feature about a

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78-year-old who launches himself into the sky via a thousand balloons, at 2 p.m. July 27. For more about the summer reading program activities and prizes, visit the library at 620 Cedar Ave., phone 360-385-6544 or see www.jclibrary.info.

Senior nutrition PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles Senior Nutrition Site dinners will be served at 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday at the Port Angeles Senior Center, 328 E. Seventh St. A suggested donation is $5 for those who are 60 or older. People younger than

60 can attend for $8. Reservations should be made 24 hours in advance to 360-457-8921. Menus are subject to change. ■ Tuesday: Green salad, veggie soup, tuna salad sandwich and apricots. ■ Wednesday: Tossed salad, meat lasagna, dill carrots, garlic bread and mixed fruit. ■ Thursday: Cole slaw, barbecue chicken, corn cobbette, steamed greens and cherry cobbler. ■ Friday: Waldorf salad, baked ham, whipped potatoes, Brussels sprouts and carrot cake. Peninsula Daily News

Audrey Kaplan while Bob completed his Ph.D. They eventually settled in the Los Angeles area, where Audrey dedicated her time to raising their three children. She was an avid seamstress and knitter, producing much of her children’s clothing, as well as clothing for their dolls. She participated wholeheartedly in Bob’s career, playing hostess and mother to both local and foreign students, traveling throughout the world for extended periods of

time and typing (before computers and delete buttons) entire journals for publication. She was passionate about her family, politics (volunteering for many years at the polls), current events and Trojan (University of Southern California) football. From its inception (1966), she was a cardcarrying member of the National Organization for Women (NOW). In 1996, Audrey and Bob retired to Port Angeles, built a new home and watched their grandchildren grow up. Over the years, they welcomed family and friends from all over the world. Audrey was an extremely caring and compassionate person with the ability to talk to anyone and everyone. She expressed genuine care for and interest in everyone she met. She sent cards to recognize birthdays, anniversaries, thanks and triumphs to family, friends, neighbors, her children’s friends, children of her children’s friends, grocery

clerks, pharmacists, gardeners and all whom she got to know through her gregarious nature. Her home is full of pictures of children, grandchildren and friends. She will be missed by her husband, Bob Kaplan; her three children, Robin (Hank) Gibson, Lisa Morris and Bob (Theresa) Kaplan; her four grandchildren, Matt Morris, Cole Gibson, Ben Morris and Katie Gibson; and her siblings, Melvin (Elaine) Lien and Arda Berryhill. Her many friends will remember her fondly. A celebration of her life will be held at her home on Saturday, August 8, 2015, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Please contact Robin Gibson at rgibson@ olypen.com to RSVP and get directions to the home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the National Park Foundation at www. nationalparks.org or the Peninsula Daily News’ Peninsula Home Fund at https://secure.peninsula dailynews.com/homefund.

CHARLES H. CLAPLANHOO JR. March 31, 1930 July 3, 2015

Remembering a Lifetime

won the Makah Days horse race. One of Pug’s hobbies was building model airplanes. He accurately constructed replicas of numerous airplanes and painstakingly painted them. He hung his models from the ceiling on different lengths of string. It was an awesome sight. Pug was an avid hunter and fisherman. His freezer was filled with deer, elk and fish to sustain his immediate and extended family through the winter. He thoroughly enjoyed the camaraderie with

December 1, 1940 June 29, 2015 Elfriede “Elfie” Thompson passed away on June 29, 2015, from cancer at the home of her son in Sacramento, California. She was 74 years old. Elfie was born in Deutsch Eylau, West Prussia, to Herta Fahs. She met the love of her life, Bruce Edward Thompson, in 1959 while he was serving in the United States Army in Wiesbaden, Germany. They married in 1960 and traveled back to the United States and settled in Sacramento. While living there, their family grew with the birth of daughter Michelle and son Michael. In 1967, they moved up to Seattle, Washington, and their third child, daughter Sandra, was born here. They moved in 1972 to Port Angeles, where Elfie worked for many years at the Lincoln Street Safeway. Bruce and Elfie retired in 1999 and moved to the warmth of Indio, California. Elfie was an active

Elfie Thompson member of the Peninsula Golf Club while living in Port Angeles. She enjoyed golfing, reading, word puzzles, bingo and playing online poker for play money. She also loved watching her Seattle Mariners play. Elfie was proceeded in death by her husband, Bruce, in 2009. Elfie is survived by her children, Michelle (Will) Catton, Michael (Melissa) Thompson and Sandy (Don Baker) Watne. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Daniel Catton, Jeffrey Catton, Alyssa Thompson, Sydney Thompson, Rae Ann Spence and Cassie Watne; as well as her great-granddaughter, Hadley Spence.

ANITA RENEE RAY November 25, 1962 July 5, 2015 Anita Renee Ray was born in Willows, California, on November 25, 1962, to William Francis and Delores (Valk) Gordon. On July 5, 2015, Anita Renee Ray passed away due to complications of colon cancer at Swedish Medical Center. Anita is survived by her loving husband of 27 years, Terry Ray; a daughter, Tara (Thomas) Henson; two sons, Lucas Thomas and Geraden Ray; three grandchildren, Emris Ray, Hendric Ray and Nicole Henson; one great-grandchild, Trevor Runnion; grandmother Pauline Valk; father William Francis; mother Delores Gordon; three brothers, Bud Francis, Anthony Francis and Jeff Francis; and nine nieces and nephews. Anita was very loved by all who knew her. Anita’s life was her family; she was happiest when surrounded by them. Anita had a giving heart and always wanted to help others. She enjoyed cooking, baking, gardening, cross-stitch, reading and going on walks with her two dogs. Anita was a mother and wife who loved unconditionally and gave with her whole heart. She was the kind of wife who always made home-

March 28, 1951, and ended on December 28, 1952. He was a valiant veteran of the Korean conflict, where he served for nine months in the conflict theater. His service was acknowledged and honored by being a recipient of the following awards: the Korean Service Medal, the National Defense Award, the Good Conduct Medal and the award for service in defense of the principles of the charter of the United Nations. His valor and bravery are highly recognized, and his courage and strength will forever be remembered. For all who knew and loved Pug, there are many cherished memories to reflect on and will, no doubt, strive to live a happy and productive life. He was truly a loving father; a doting grandfather; a supportive uncle; a charismatic cousin; a loyal, trustworthy and fun-loving friend; and a wise mentor to all. His legacy will be sustained by his children and grandchildren.

Mrs. Ray made dinners and desserts, warmed up her husband’s car for work on frosty early mornings and was always up before everyone to make a fresh pot of coffee. She was the mom who kept everything her children made from school and out of school, even displaying artwork on the walls, no matter how funny, ugly or beautiful they were. She was the type of mother all friends would call “Mom.” She opened her heart and doors to many. Mom will be missed so very much. She was a best friend to us all. We love you, Mom, very much. Until we meet again one day in heaven. XOXO. The family is having a private memorial. A celebration of life will be held at a future date.

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family and friends. He loved cars and spent time fixing them, and in the process, he upgraded and souped up the vehicles. His friends were always available to test-drive the final product. In his spare time, Pug spent time on his porch whittling. He honed the craft until he evolved into a talented carver. He gave many pieces to family and friends, and he also filled orders for his work. Pug always found time to teach the younger generation how to harvest seafood from the vast shorelines on the Makah reservation. Another memorable activity was berry picking. For both activities he showed the where, when and how of gathering these food items. Charles H. Claplanhoo Jr. was resolute in his feelings regarding the wellbeing of his community and country. He demonstrated his allegiance to the homeland by proudly serving in the United States Army. His service began on

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Charles H. Claplanhoo Jr. was born on March 31, 1930. He made his transition on July 3, 2015. Charles was fondly referred to as “Pug” since childhood. His moniker was renowned to people in all walks of life. Pug grew up in Neah Bay. He was raised by his grandparents, Chief Maquinna and Lizzie Claplanhoo. He attended Neah Bay Schools, where the learning experience was not only educational but fun and memorable in so many ways. He was a scholar but also participated in many extracurricular activities. In his youth, Pug was curious and inquisitive and pursued a variety of interests. He loved horseback riding and trained his horse, Kenny, to race competitively. In days of yore, Pug and Kenny consistently

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Death and Memorial Notice Audrey Augusta passed away on July 4, 2015. She was born in the early spring of 1928 in Cresbard, South Dakota, to Fred and Anna (Carlson) Lien. She was the second of three children. She attended elementary school and graduated from high school in Cresbard. When not in school, she worked in her father’s lumberyard, spent time creating beautiful paper dolls and dreamed of becoming a fashion designer. She attended one term at the University of South Dakota, then transferred to and graduated from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, with a business degree. While at Willamette, she met and eloped with her husband of the next 64 years, Bob Kaplan. In the early years of their marriage, Audrey worked for the Red Cross and as a bookkeeper

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Statistics for the 48-hour period ending at noon yesterday. Hi Lo Rain YTD Port Angeles 70 54 0.00 13.54 Forks 67 59 0.07 39.09 Seattle 84 62 Trace 16.47 Sequim 78 59 0.03 7.70 Hoquiam 67 60 0.04 19.81 Victoria 73 57 0.00 13.65 Port Townsend 76 54 **0.09 8.52

Olympic Peninsula TODAY Port Townsend 65/57

Port Angeles 64/56 Olympics Snow level: 9,500 feet

Forks 70/56

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Minneapolis 92° | 68°

San Francisco 68° | 59°

Chicago 81° | 71°

Denver 90° | 58°

Atlanta 94° | 71°

El Paso 96° | 70° Houston 94° | 76°

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Spokane 84° | 59°

Tacoma 76° | 58°

Olympia 76° | 57°

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Low Tide Ht 4:38 a.m. -0.7’ 4:19 p.m. 2.4’

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Low Tide Ht 5:31 a.m. -1.1’ 5:17 p.m. 2.4’

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Strait of Juan de Fuca: S wind 5 to 15 kt. Wind waves 2 ft or less. Tonight, W wind to 10 kt, becoming SW 5 to 15 kt after midnight. Wind waves 2 ft or less.

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cover story Adventure awaits Eight celebrities join Bear Grylls for the adventure of a lifetime of “Running Wild with Bear Grylls” begins Monday, July 13, on NBC. It’s always fun for us to get a glimpse of the glitterati outside of their on-screen roles and lacquered f you’ve ever been camping, you know there’s red carpet looks. We barely blink if we see our more to the fun of it than getting out of the friends or colleagues denuded of makeup and are city and spending a few days surrounded by nature. There’s a certain satisfaction that comes seldom interested in how they spend their downtime, and yet magazine racks are filled with items from building a fire, sleeping on the ground on celebrities looking normal and doing mundane and generally roughing it — even if roughing it involves an air mattress, bottled water and easy- things — and readers eat it up. For whatever reason, it’s refreshing to be given a concrete reminder to-prepare canned goods warmed on a nifty that, no matter how big their houses are or how little stove. many cars they have, celebrities are still only human. For many of us, that’s as close to living off the In season 1 of “Running Wild,” we got to see some land as we plan to get, thank you very much. Others, of course, take it much farther, pursuing areas far off of Hollywood’s biggest names get down and dirty with a guy who, let’s face it, is far more accomplished the grid with few supplies and surviving chiefly on than any of them. At age 23, he realized his childwhat the land gives them. hood dream of climbing to the summit of Mount Bear Grylls is no stranger to the wilderness, and Everest, a mere 18 months after breaking his back in as one of the world’s most renowned survivalists, three places in a free-fall parachuting accident. he’s just about seen it all. In last year’s freshman Even if that was the only thing he’s ever done season of “Running Wild with Bear Grylls,” the adventurous Brit took six celebrities from one extreme with his life, he’d still be leagues above the most impressive person I know, but it doesn’t end there. of the comfort spectrum to the other on a 48-hour Grylls has also circumnavigated the British Isles stint in the true wilderness — no air mattresses on a jet ski, rowed naked in a homemade bathtub allowed. Now, eight new A-listers are on the roster along the Thames, crossed the North Atlantic Ocean for the adventure of a lifetime when a new season

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in an inflatable boat, and raised more than $2.5 million for children’s charities through his various exploits. Oh right, and he’s also penned 15 books, including a No. 1 bestseller, hosted multiple TV series and, at age 35, was appointed the youngestever Chief Scout. Clearly, if there’s anyone equipped to drag a few zillionaires from their sprawling mansions in the

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hollywood q&a By Adam Thomlison TV Media Q: Is Eden Sher, who plays Sue in “The Middle,” kin to Mayim Bialik, who plays Amy in “The Big Bang Theory”? A: Though there’s a strong resemblance in the wide, expressive mouth and the tendency to do well on network sitcoms, there’s no relation between the once and future child stars. Despite their similar looks, there’s actually a 16-year age gap between them. It’s hard to believe, but Mayim Bialik will turn 40 in December. However, there are also a lot of other similarities. Both were born in southern California — Sher in Los Angeles, Bialik in San Diego — both have birthdays in December and both started acting when they were in their early teens. If you want to go even deeper into the meaningless coincidences, both got their big TV breaks with eight-episode runs on sitcoms starting with the letter W. Sher first came to people’s attention as Gretchen in a short run on Showtime’s “Weeds,” while Bialik first turned heads in the final 1988-89 season of the sitcom “Webster.” Bialik was a little younger than Sher when she scored her first series-regular role. She debuted in the title role on the hit ‘90s sitcom “Blossom” when she was 14 — incidentally, this was more than a year before Sher was even born. Sher, on the other hand, wasn’t cast in “The Middle,” her first series-regular role, until she was 17. It remains to be seen if Sher will have an easier ride after her child-star gig ends. Bialik mostly (though not entirely) disappeared from the screen in the 15 years after “Blossom” ended. Q: Who plays the role of Machete in the “Spy Kids” franchise? He seems out of place in a kids movie. A: Whether or not the Machete character, played by Danny Trejo, is out of place in the “Spy Kids” movies is actually a complicated question. The character, uncle to the titular kids, also has his own movie franchise, with “Machete” released in 2010 and “Machete Kills” in 2013. Uncle Machete, however, appeared in the first “Spy Kids” movie in 2001. So which is his “place”? In fact, the character predates all of those movies. Trejo and Robert Rodriguez, who directed the “Machete” and “Spy Kids” movies, first came up with the character in the mid-1990s, when they were working on Rodriguez’s big Hollywood debut, “Desperado.” People in the town where they were shooting kept mistaking Trejo, who played a supporting thug character, for the star. “That was when we had this idea for the Machete character,” Trejo told Arizona’s “State Press.” “ We didn’t know where he could put him, and so when Robert made ‘Spy Kids,’ we threw Uncle Machete in there.”

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half being held off until next summer. The train pulls out of the station starting Saturday, July 18, so all aboard for one last trip with Anson Mount. Rock on: Denis Leary is back in the game. Formerly known for his foul mouth and raunchy humor, after voicing Diego in the family-friendly “Ice Age” franchise, starring in the superhero romp “The Amazing Spider-Man” (2012) and headlining the gritty firefighter drama “Rescue Me,” he’s definitely made a name for himself as a skilled and diverse actor. Since “Rescue Me” wrapped up in 2011, he’s been busy behind TV screens writing and executive producing with “Sirens” and “Maron,” but he’s finally headed back to a starring role on the network that gave him a chance with “Rescue Me.” “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll,” Leary’s latest project, hits FX beginning Thursday, July 16. Leary plays Johnny Rock, the washed-up singer of The Heathens, a defunct ‘90s band that broke up on the very day that their first album was released. Now, more than two decades later, the broke and jobless Rock sees a spark of hope that his dreams of fame and fortune may come true. Elizabeth Gillies (“Victorious”)

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9:00 p.m.

Reluctant world traveller Karl Pilkington heads to Jordan to see Petra. He’s forced to take a detour, however, and ends up on an unexpected tour of the Middle East. He takes in the religious sights of Israel, tours Palestine and sees the Dead Sea.

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The Fugitive (1993, Thriller) Sela Ward, Tommy Lee Jones, Harrison Ford. To Be Announced To Be Announced Flipping Out "What the Flipping Out "A New Gage Flip!" in Town" Shark Tank Blue "Trash Blue "Just to Cash" (N) Killin' It" (N) A. Bourdain "Scotland" C NN Tonight Why? Buress Key & Peele South Park South Park Key Capitol Hill Hearings Airplane Repo "The Blonde Airplane Repo "Blood and Bomber" Mud" I Didn't Do It I Didn't Do It KC Under KC Under MLB Baseball Home Run Derby Site: Great American Ball Park -- Cincinnati, Ohio Pan American Games -- Toronto, Ont. (L)

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ESPY Awards The 2015 ESPY Awards are presented from the Nokia Theatre in Los 4 4 Angeles, California. (N) America's Got Talent Ninja War "Military Qualifying" The qualifying rounds 5 5 continue with a very special all military cast competing. "Audition Cutdown 4" (N) Dr. Phil Dr. Phil offers advice KING 5 News at 9 KING 5 News at 10 16 16 on how to lead positive lives. Big Brother Criminal Minds "Breath Extant "Empathy for the KIRO News NCIS: New 7 7 Play" Devil" (N) Or "Carrier" Big Brother Rookie Blue "Ninety Extant "Empathy for the News Hour Final Degrees" (N) Devil" (N) Operation Wild (N) N ova "Chasing Pluto" (N) Earthrise: Apollo 8 and the Globe Trekker "Puerto Rico" 9 9 First Lunar Voyage Ghost Whisperer "Free Fall" Ghost Whisperer "The One" G host "Love Never Dies" G host "Love Still Won't Die" 33 Arrow "The Brave and the Supernatural "Hibbing 911" Seinfeld "The Seinfeld "The Rules of Eng Rules of Eng "The Score" 11 11 Bold" Lip Reader" Wig Master" "Les-bro" The Andy A. Griffith Laverne & Laverne & Laverne & Laverne & Carol Burnett Perry Mason Griffith Show "The Rivals" Shirley Shirley Shirley Shirley and Friends Masterchef "Rice, Rice Bullseye "Zip timeline" (SF) Q13 FOX News at 10 Q13 News Modern "The Baby" (N) (N) Wow Factor" 13 13

Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (2009, Action) CHEK Late Little CBC News Cookin' on Chris Klein, Neal McDonough, Kristin Kreuk. News Mosque Vancouver the Coast America-Talent Hopeful Modern Black-ish 2 Broke Girls Two and a EP Daily Reviews on stars display their talents. Family Half Men the Run Two and a Two and a Q13 FOX News Friends Friends Anger Anger Half Men Half Men Management Management 22 22 BillyGraham J. Duplantis Harvest Creflo Dollar Main Stage Praise Lord Duck Duck Duck Wahlburgers Donnie Loves Lachey's Bar Duck Duck 118* 265* (N) Dynasty Dynasty Dynasty (N) (N) Jenny (N) Dynasty Dynasty

The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008, Drama) Jennifer Connelly, Kathy

Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer 130* 254* Bates, Keanu Reeves. ('07, Act) Chris Evans, Jessica Alba. To Be Announced The Last Alaskans The Last Alaskans To Be Announced 184* 282* The Real Housewives of Flipping Out "Womb for Mill Listing SF "Remember Watch What Flipping Out 129* 273* Orange County "Full Circle" Rent" (N) the Alamo Listing" (N) Happens (N) Shark Tank Shark Tank A man pitches Blue "Trash Blue "Just Paid Paid 208 355 his Christmaskah item. to Cash" Killin' It" Program Program Anderson Cooper 360 A. Bourdain "Scotland" C NN Newsroom CNN Newsroom 200 202 South Park South Park South Park South Park KeyPeele (N) Buress (N) C omedy Roast "Bob Saget" 107* 249* 210 350 Airplane Repo Airplane Repo A debtor Street Outlaws Airplane Repo A debtor 182* 278* suddenly swipes a helicopter. suddenly swipes a helicopter.

Enchanted ('07, Adv) Julie Andrews. Toy Story Dog Blog Girl Meets W I Didn't Do It Austin/ Ally 173 291 SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news ESPY Awards The 2015 ESPY Awards are presented from 140 206 in the world of sports. in the world of sports. the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California. (N) NFL Live SportsNation SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news 144 209 in the world of sports. in the world of sports.

Bruce Almighty (2003, Comedy/Drama) Morgan Melissa & Baby Daddy

Casper (1995, Comedy) Bill Pullman, Cathy Moriarty, The 700 Club 180* 311* Freeman, Jennifer Aniston, Jim Carrey. Joey (N) (N) Christina Ricci.

Are We Done Yet? (2007, Comedy) FXM

Daddy Day Care ('03, Fam) Steve FXM Chasing Mavericks (2012, Drama) Jonny Weston, Elisabeth 133 258 Nia Long, John C. McGinley, Ice Cube. Zahn, Kevin Nealon, Eddie Murphy. Shue, Gerard Butler. Presents Presents The Kelly File Hannity The O'Reilly Factor The Kelly File Hannity On the Record 205 360 Diners, Dr. Diners, Dr. Diners, Dr. Diners, Dr. Myst. Diners Myst. Diners Myst. Diners M. Diners (N) Top 5 Top 5 Diners, Dr. Diners, Dr. 110* 231*

Iron Man 2 ('10, Act) Robert Downey Jr..

Identity Thief ('13, Com) Melissa McCarthy, Jason Bateman.

This Is 40 ('12, Com) Paul Rudd. 136* 248* Live from St. Andrews Live from St. Andrews Live from St. Andrews 136* 248* Waltons "The Achievement" The Waltons "The Hawk" The Waltons "The Stray" The Middle The Middle The Middle The Middle Golden Girls Golden Girls 312* Buying and Selling Buying "Mayra and Chris" Kitchens (N) DespKitchens Buying and Selling (N) H.Hunt (N) H ouse (N) Property Brothers 112* 229* American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers 120* 269* Whitney (2015, Biography) Arlen Escarpeta, Yaya DaCosta. Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B "(The Extended Cut)" Follow Aaliyah's Beyond the Headlines: To Be journey from her debut album through the challenges she faced. (N) Aaliyah Announced 108* 252* The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All in With Chris Hayes The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Hardball 209 356 Rocky Mountain Law (N) SJustice "Meth Manhunt" Rocky "Off Road Remains" S Justice "Meth Manhunt" Rocky "Hilltop Homicide" Alaska State Troopers 186 276 H.Danger Thunder WitchWay Talia (N) Full House Full House Full House Full House Gaffigan (N) I mpastor (N) Friends Friends 171 300 Sports Unlimited (N) Bull Riding Championship Tennis Helpful Cup PowerShares Series -- Los Angeles, UFC Ultimate UFC 153 Silva takes on Bonnar from Rio De 426 687 Calif. Insider (N) Janeiro, Brazil.

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

The Mummy Returns 168* 241* ('01, Adv) Brendan Fraser.

Lake Placid 3 Lake Placid vs. Anaconda ('15, Hor) Robert Englund.

Deep Blue Sea ('99, Hor) Saffron Burrows. Dominion 122* 284* Seinfeld "The Seinfeld "The Seinfeld "The Seinfeld "The The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang Conan (N) 139* 247* Nose Job" Soup" Masseuse" Visa" Theory Theory Theory Theory Theory Theory Her Sister's

Turnabout (1940, Comedy) Carole To Be Announced

Night of the Hunter ('91, Myst) Wanda (1970) 132 256 Secret Landis, John Hubbard, Adolphe Menjou. Diana Scarwid, Richard Chamberlain. All Relative All Relative All Relative All Relative It's All Relative It's All Relative (N) I Am Jazz (N) It's All Relative 183* 280* Castle "Once Upon a Crime" Castle Castle "47 Seconds" Castle "The Limey" Castle "Headhunters" CSI: NY "Hide Sight" 138* 245* Steven (N) Gumball Teen Titan Gumball King of Hill King of Hill Bob's Burger Cleveland American D. American D. Family Guy Family Guy 176* 296* Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Trip Flip (N) T rip Flip Food Paradise Int. (N) Man Food Man Food BBQCrawl BBQCrawl 215* 277* The Dukes of Hazzard Gilligan Gilligan Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Gaffigan (N) I mpastor (N) The Exes (N) King-Queens 106* 304* Law&Order: SVU "Users" Law&O: SVU "Confidential" Law&Order: SVU "Witness" Suits (N) M r. Robot (N) Complications "Outbreak" 105* 242* Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Rules of Eng Rules of Eng Parks/Rec Parks/Rec Raising Hope Raising Hope Raising Hope 239 307

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Donnie, Paul, Alma and Mark from “Wahlburgers.”

Airplane Repo 9:00 p.m.

(29) DISC

Ken and Danny are on the verge of repossessing a helicopter when a debtor suddenly swipes it away. Elsewhere, Mike Kennedy concocts a daring plot to seize a charter jet and enlists the help of his wife, Valerie. Also, Kevin is swarmed by FBI agents.

Food Paradise International (32) TRAV

9:00 p.m.

Dig in to the most delicious fried dishes from across the globe. In Paris, sample crispy buttermilk fried chicken and then hop over to Barcelona for nutty deep fried lobster. South Africa features a beer battered bacon wrapped jalapeno popper.

Wahlburgers (37) A&E

9:30 p.m.

The brothers push Paul to expand the franchise as they prepare to open new restaurants in New York, Boston and Los Angeles. Also this season, Mark promotes two feature films and Donnie’s on tour, but both men make time for the family business.

Extant (7) KIRO (8) GBLBC

10:00 p.m.

Molly (Halle Berry) finally finds out what really happened to her son in this new episode. At the same time, Julie’s (Grace Gummer) decision to wipe Ethan’s (Pierce Gagnon) memory clean has disturbing consequences. JULY 12 - 18, 2015

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Denis Leary stars in “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.”

The Jim Gaffigan Show 8:00 p.m.

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Jim Gaffigan stars as a fictionalized version of himself in this new comedy. The debut episode introduces viewers to Jim, his family and his friends as he struggles to find a balance between fatherhood, comedy and food.

(70) BRAVO

Aquarius (5) KING

9:00 p.m.

After two officers invite Charmain (Claire Holt) to accompany them on a ride-along, they are murdered in cold blood. Hodiak (David Duchovny) and Shafe (Grey Damon) try to protect Charmain and find the real killer.

Rookie Blue (4) KOMO

10:00 p.m.

Nick’s (Peter Mooney) estranged older brother reveals new information about someone from their tragic past. While Nick goes off the grid to track the man down, Juliet (Erin Karpluk) is hot on his heels, forcing Nick to tell her about his past.

Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll (48) FX

10:00 p.m.

Denis Leary returns to television as Johnny Rock, a washed-up rocker who decides to try to get his old band back together after watching another band’s sold-out reunion show. The new comedy also stars John Corbett and Elaine Hendrix.

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LIFE

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The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008, Drama) Jennifer

Lethal Weapon (1987, Action) Danny Glover, Gary Busey, Mel

Lethal Weapon 2 ('89, Act) Danny 130* 254* Connelly, Kathy Bates, Keanu Reeves. Gibson. Glover, Joe Pesci, Mel Gibson. River Monsters: Unhooked To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced 184* 282* To Be Announced Watch "Real Housewives of Bravo First Looks (N) Watch What Housewives Atlanta 100th Special" Happens (N) "Full Circle" 129* 273* Shark Tank The Profit "A Progress Blue "Trash Blue "Just The Profit "Shuler's BBQ" The Profit "Key West Key Paid Paid 208 355 Report #3" to Cash" Killin' It" Lime Pie Co." Program Program The Seventies (N) The Seventies Anderson Cooper 360 The Seventies CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom 200 202 A.Schumer A.Schumer A.Schumer A.Schumer Gaffigan (N) A.Schumer Amy Schumer Sunny Sunny CC Roast "Charlie Sheen" 107* 249* Key Capitol Hill Hearings 210 350 Naked and Afraid Naked and Afraid Naked and Afraid Naked and Afraid: Pop-Up Naked and Afraid XL "40 Naked and Afraid 182* 278* Edition "Andros Islands" Days and 40 Nights" Girl Meets W Girl Meets W Jessie Jessie Dog Blog Girl Meets W Jessie I Didn't Do It Girl Meets W Dog Blog I Didn't Do It Austin/ Ally 173 291 PGA Golf The Open Championship Round 1 Site: St. SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news 140 206 Andrews Royal & Ancient Golf Club -- Fife, Scotland in the world of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. Pan American Games -- Toronto, Ont. (L) NFL Live Baseball Tonight (L) 1 of 1: Genesis 30 for 30 144 209 Shorts Boy Meets Boy Meets

Casper (1995, Comedy) Bill Pullman, Cathy Moriarty,

Kung Fu Panda (2008, Comedy) Voices of Jackie The 700 Club 180* 311* World World Christina Ricci. Chan, Angelina Jolie, Jack Black.

Admission ('13, Com) FXM

Admission (2013, Comedy) Paul Rudd, Gloria Reuben, FXM

Click (2006, Comedy) Kate Beckinsale, Christopher 133 258 Paul Rudd, Tina Fey. Tina Fey. Walken, Adam Sandler. Presents Presents The Kelly File Hannity The O'Reilly Factor The Kelly File Hannity On the Record 205 360 Food Star "Improv" C hopped "Food Truck Fight" Chopped Chopped Beat Flay (N) Beat Flay Beat Flay Beat Flay 110* 231*

Identity Thief ('13, Com) Jason Bateman.

This Is the End ('13, Com) Jonah Hill, James Franco. Sex&Drug (N) M arried (N) Sex&Drugs Married 136* 248* Live From... Live From... Live From... Live From... Live From... Live From... Live From... Live From... PGA Golf Barbasol Championship Round 1 136* 248* The Waltons "The Warrior" Waltons "The Seashore" Waltons "The Volunteer" The Middle The Middle The Middle The Middle Golden Girls Golden Girls 312* Vacation House for Free (N) F ixer Upper Fixer Upper Fixer Upper H.Hunt (N) H ouse (N) House Huntrs House 112* 229* Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Alone "Winds of Hell" Pawn Stars Pawn Stars 120* 269* Hoarders: Family Secrets Hoarders: Family Secrets Hoarders: Family Secrets Hoarders: Family Secrets Living with the Enemy Living with the Enemy 108* 252* "Cynthia/ Ricky" "David/ Nora" "Brian/ Coral" "Michelle/ Mary" (N) "Mommy Wars" (N) "Mommy Wars" The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All in With Chris Hayes The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Hardball 209 356 The 2000s: A New Reality "Boom and Bust" The 2000s: A New Reality "Ground Zero" The 2000s: A New Reality "Boom and Bust" 186 276 One Crazy Cruise ('15, Fam) Sydney Park. SpongeBob Kids' Choice Sports Awards (N) Kids' Choice Sports Awards Friends 171 300 Champions Tennis Poker Heartland Tour Poker Night WPT Poker Fallsview Classic WPT Poker Fallsview Classic Softball 360 Planet X Planet X 426 687 Champions Cup in America Degrees (N) Square "Sonny"

The Mummy Returns (2001, Adventure) Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Brendan Fraser. Lip Sync Lip Sync Lip Sync Lip Sync

Van Helsing ('04, Act) 168* 241* Battle Battle Battle (N) Battle Hugh Jackman.

Deep Blue Sea ('99, Hor) Saffron Burrows. WWE Smackdown! (N) Dominion (N) Geeks/ (P) (N) Reactor (N) 122* 284* Seinfeld "The Seinfeld Seinfeld "The Seinfeld "The Family Guy Fam.G "Joe's Family Guy Family Guy The Big Bang The Big Bang Conan (N) 139* 247* Friar's Club" Bookstore" Little Jerry" "Yug Ylimaf" Revenge" Theory Theory

Brannigan ('75, Cri)

McQ (1974, Action) Eddie Albert, Colleen Dewhurst,

Cahill, U.S. Marshal (1973, Western) George

Rio Lobo ('70, West) 132 256 Judy Geeson, John Wayne. John Wayne. Kennedy, Gary Grimes, John Wayne. Jorge Rivero, John Wayne. Yes Dress Yes Dress Dare to Wear Love, Lust or Run "Deanna" L oveLust (N) Styled (N) Dare to Wear (N) Love, Lust or BridesStyled 183* 280* Castle "Always" C astle "After the Storm"

Wanted ('08, Act) Morgan Freeman, Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy.

S.W.A.T. ('03, Act) Samuel L. Jackson. 138* 245* Steven (N) Gumball Teen Titan Gumball King of Hill King of Hill Bob's Burger Cleveland American D. American D. Family Guy Family Guy 176* 296* Mysteries at the Museum Mysteries at the Museum TimeTrav (N) TimeTravel. Museum "Undercover" (N) Mysteries at the Hotel (N) M ysteries at the Museum 215* 277* The Dukes of Hazzard Gilligan Gilligan Kids' Choice Sports Awards Jim Gaffigan Loves Ray Loves Ray King-Queens King-Queens 106* 304*

Fast Five (2011, Action) Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel. Complica "Diagnosis" (N) Graceland "AHA" (N) Suits 105* 242* Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Met Mother Rules of Eng Rules of Eng Parks/Rec Parks/Rec Raising Hope Raising Hope Raising Hope 239 307

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(65) MSNBC (63) NGEO (41)

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Solomon and Sheba ('59, Dra) Yul Brynner. Faith L.Fontaine Max Lucado Creflo Dollar Praise the Lord Criminal Minds "House on Criminal Minds "Haunted" Crim. Minds "Remembrance Criminal Minds "Safe Criminal Minds "Devil's Criminal Minds "Middle 118* 265* Fire" of Things Past" Haven" Night" Man"

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The Dark Knight (2008, Action) Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart, Christian Bale.

The Dark Knight ('08, Act) Heath 130* 254* ('89, Act) Mel Gibson. Ledger, Aaron Eckhart, Christian Bale. Tanked! To Be Announced To Be Announced Redwood Kings Treehs. "High Noon Saloon" Redwood Kings 184* 282* The Real Housewives To Be Announced

Baby Mama (2008, Comedy) Amy Poehler, Dax

Baby Mama ('08, Com) 129* 273* "Don't Be All, Like, Uncool" Shepard, Tina Fey. Amy Poehler, Tina Fey. American Greed: Scam American Greed "Fake It to American Greed: Scam American Greed: Scam American Greed "Fake It to Paid Paid 208 355 Make It/ Kill the Witness" (N) "The Wizard of Sarasota" Make It/ Kill the Witness" Program Program "Young Lust Goes Bust" "Hail to the Thief" The Hunt With John Walsh Death Row Stories CNN Special Report The Hunt With John Walsh Death Row Stories CNN Special Report 200 202 South Park South Park Key & Peele Key & Peele Key & Peele Key & Peele Futurama Futurama South Park South Park Archer Archer 107* 249* Politics & Public Policy Today 210 350 Alaskan Bush People Alaskan Bush People "A Big Alaskan Bush People: Off Alaskan Bush People (N) TreasureQuest: Snake Alaskan Bush People 182* 278* Gamble" the Grid "Rocky Seas" (N) "Bloodlines" "What Lies Beneath" (N) I Didn't Do It I Didn't Do It KC Under Best Friends Dog Blog (N) Girl (N) Star vs. Evil Penn Zero Best Friends KC Under Dog Blog Girl Meets W 173 291 PGA Golf The Open Championship Round 2 Site: St. SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news SportsCenter The day's news 140 206 Andrews Royal & Ancient Golf Club -- Fife, Scotland in the world of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. in the world of sports. Pan American Games -- Toronto, Ont. (L) NFL Live Baseball Tonight (L) ESPY Awards The 2015 ESPY Awards are presented from 144 209 the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Boy-World

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Water & Territorial views (Mt. Baker) from this charming end of the lane treasure! Nicely kept home w/ laminate & carpet. 2 Bdrms + den/office & a beautiful pine sun rm. Decks in front are ideal for viewing & relaxing. Stone patio leads around the house to gardens & water feature. Landscaping watering system from irrigation. Lower level drive leads to a shop/car area, wine room, 1/4 bath, etc. Unique Greenhouse, potting sheds & outbuildings. Shared well, Highland Irrigation. Established gardens, plethora of fruit trees and berries. Drain field on adj. prop w/legal easement. Washer & dryer are negotiable

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Come to our beautiful Dungeness Beach life style. Walking distance to our wonderful community beaches and public boat launches. Birds and wild life every step of the way, amazing Bald Eagles, swans & geese. Remember we are in the Rain shadow with only 15 to 20 inches of rain fall a year. So lots of sunshine! Build your dream home in Sunny Sequim, and live the life in the Pacific Northwest!!

$249,000 ML#291121

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$72,500

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Call Tom Williamson (360) 460-9974 Call Jacquelene Petersen (360) 683-4131 Call Karen Pritchard (360) 460-9973 Call Renell Vandervort (360) 477-3276 Call Scott Gordon (360) 460-5636

This large parcel in neighborhood of million dollar homes has a building site with views of the strait, Protection Island, Mount Baker and the Cascades. The wetlands delineation on the north side of parcel guarantees a visual barrier and privacy from the road. End of the cul-de-sac location guarantees no traffic.

ML#291118

This 1.01 acre parcel with mountain views to the south, and potential water view of the Strait to the north (with 2-story home) is located in the rural area of Dungeness Valley. With beautiful homes and working farms, nearby there are boat launch facilities, parks with hiking and horseback riding trails, golf courses and still only minutes into town. Power, phone and water to property, needs septic. This lot and 2 adjacent lots are available to become part of your future in sunny Sequim.

$99,000 ML#290868

$99,900 ML#291078

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In the heart of sunny Sequim, town home living allows you to skip the yard work and enjoy the scene. Refreshed and updated to contemporary style downstairs you’ll find kitchen with eating bar and adjacent dining area, could be an office, 1/2 bath, large living room that opens onto private patio. A skylight brightens the stairwell at the top of the landing where you will find the master bedroom loft with its 3/4 bath, laundry area, full bath, second bedroom that opens onto a private balcony.

Fantastic opportunity! Move in ready, but with a little help, this would make a great rental property or make it in to your dream home! Wonderful property for the gardener. Room for the RV in the back or build your dream garage. Two bedrooms upstairs and a third bedroom in the basement - would also make a great craft room. Centrally located for easy access to downtown, schools, shopping and public library and water view. Great investment that won’t last long!

$124,900 ML#291272

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Private forested 5 acre lake front well off the beaten path. The land slopes down to the Lake. Once some of the trees are cleared would offer a wonderful view. Only one of the five lots has been developed. On the grid electric would be from Puget Sound and Energy more than 500 ft way. Excellent off grid systems are available.

$125,000 ML#282402

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$135,000

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Call John Glavin (360) 809-0590 Call Wade Jurgensen (360) 477-6443 Call Jeanett Heaward (360) 461-4585 Call Thomas Montgomery (360) 460-3796 Call Danni Breen (360) 460-1762

Exceptionally clean home with outstanding mountain views. Extra-large living room and kitchen. Huge well maintained lot with an oversized 768 sq. ft. garage/shop. Home has an attached 176 sq. ft. Alaska Room that is not included in the finished sq. ft.

ML#290842

$198,500 ML#290654

Call Barbara Butcher (360) 461-2422

Here’s your chance to live on Kirner Ridge and enjoy the Olympic Mountain view! Plenty of spiffing up has happened on this spacious 2 bdrm, 2 1/4 bath home with atrium. New kitchen range, built in desk, and plenty of counter and cabinet space to make the kitchen very practical. Laundry room is huge with 1/4 bath and outside door for convenience. Great deck for entertaining on south side of home with gazebo to take advantage of the sun & view. Small outbuilding for storage. Garage has 484’ sq. ft. NEW ROOF!

Large 3bd 2ba home with unobstructed mountain views. Ideally located between Sequim and PA, this property is all set up for rural living right down to the barn in the pasture. Open space floor plan combines living, dining and kitchen with beautifully vaulted ceilings. Giant picture windows and spacious entertaining deck spanning the entire width of the South side home show off the spectacular mountain views! The large master suite encompasses walk in closet, spa bathroom, office and huge sunroom!

$234,900 ML#290528

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ML#291319 24 JULY 12 - 18, 2015

Minutes to downtown Port Angeles but still close to Sequim. Storage Galore with this property. 2 Garages as well as an outbuilding, and a heated room off the garage that could be a bedroom or craft room. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and an office/den as well. Plus there is a new roof, new Pellet Heater, and new windows installed recently. This is a good one!! Come take a look!

Wonderful well taken care of 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home in Desirable Monterra. Spacious floor plan is perfect for entertaining, relaxing, taking it the views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and ships that pass by. Large attached garage, easy care landscaping. Custom cabinets throughout the home.

$242,500 ML#290526

$259,000 ML#291160

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Call Simone Nichols (360) 683-3565 Call Jeff Cole (360) 316-1177 Call Carolyn Dawson (425) 330-3532

At the top of Emerald Highlands, 1 lot below Bell Hill, good views of the Strait and a larger lot than its neighbors. Trees surround 3 sides of the property giving it ample privacy. Spacious formal dining room, great room with propane fireplace. Separate dining off the kitchen. Large deck of the family room. 1 /2 bath, office and laundry off the kitchen. Upstairs has a large bedroom, 3/4 bath large sitting room/office/yoga room. Lots of possibilities here.

$341,500 ML#280183

Stunning Bell Hill home with one of the best sweeping salt water and Mt. Baker views on the Hill. Private and elegant, this home is of the finest of quality and great design with two kitchens, two laundry rooms, two stairways and abundance of storage. The walk in Pantry has its own prep sink and almost every surface has been updated within the past year. Even the garage has amazing views, finished 3 car with work bench and cherry cabinetry. Too much to list, please see addendum. Welcome home!

$425,000 ML#291213

One of a kind property with water and mountain views! 3 parcels equal just under 10 acres, could be used to build 1-3 homes, or a Bed & Breakfast, a retreat, vacation homes, a small farm, the possibilities are endless.

$949,000 ML#291331

This beautiful home offers three bedrooms plus a den, a very large laundry room, living, dining and kitchen is the great room concept, with a bar for sitting and enjoying, space for the dining room table can be intimate or stretched out for those large family gatherings that happen only twice a year or so, and a kitchen where everything is within reach but is suitable for two cooks. A very well thought out floor plan. No neighbors, no curtains, this is privacy at its best. 3 car garage, 2288 sq feet for easy living and maximum space to spread out. Happy Valley is not far from town, but home is on 2.23 acres, is very country feeling. Have the best of both worlds, easy mowing, not overly landscaped, very easy care. A dog run is attached and can be used for a number of things.

$349,000

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Call Suzi Schuenemann (360) 477-9728

Waterfront Legacy Estate. Rare Opportunity to live in the exclusive 125 acre Sequim Bay Point Community. Amenities include indoor saltwater pool, hot tub & sauna, 2 tennis courts, 3 docks in Paradise Cove, beaches, trails, guest cabin & full time caretaker. Private 5 acre site with 345’ of waterfront includes timeless 3298 sf custom NW Contemporary Main House with 2BR, 2.5+BA, crow’s nest office & wraparound deck plus 2218sf Guest House w/2BR, 2BA & sleeping loft. Panoramic views from every room!

$995,000 ML#291224 PENINSULA $2,700,000 DAILY NEWS

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