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Mother Nature has not quite released her icy grip on the North Olympic Peninsula just yet. Close-to-freezing temperatures and even the possibility of snow are still possible in the coming days, forecast the National Weather Service, as cold air

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pushed south from Canada continues to envelop the region. Josh Smith, a Weather Service meteorologist based in Seattle, said recent temperatures in the teens and 20s are some of the coldest the North Olympic Peninsula and Western Washington have seen in three years. “This is maybe a once-in-a-fewyears event, temperatures this low,” Smith said Saturday. Low as in between 13 and 15 degrees, including the wind chill,

in Forks on Friday night. It didn’t quite reach 20 degrees in Port Angeles, Sequim and Port Townsend, either.

West End dusting Conditions for the most part have been cold and dry, Smith said, though the Forks area and other spots along the West End reported as much as 3 inches of snow Thursday and Friday. Such conditions were responsible for the Saturday closure of KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS the Clallam Bay branch of the Christie Johnston, left, and Hannah Raphael of Johnston North Olympic Library System, Farms fend off the cold at their vegetable stand Saturday library officials said. at the Port Angeles Farmers Market, where afternoon TURN

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Former Clallam County Fire District 3 firefighter/ paramedic Paul Rynearson examines paperwork during his court appearance.

Not guilty, paramedic tells court He’s formally charged in thefts of narcotics BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ

PORT TOWNSEND — A woman who has made several trips to South Africa as an art therapist found herself in the middle of a celebration of Nelson Mandela’s life two days after arriving in Cape Town. Mandela, the former South African president and prisoner who is credited with ending apartheid in South Africa, died Thursday at the age of 95. Sascha Archer learned that Mandela had died Friday morning South African time when she checked her email and found messages from her mother, Karen Archer, who lives in Port Townsend. “It’s ironic how I heard the news,” Sascha Archer wrote in an email to the Peninsula Daily News. “Apparently [my mother] tried to Skype us last night about the news, but it was 2 a.m. our time and our household was asleep.”

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When she read the news, Archer was in a Cape Town suburb with no transportation and was “hugely relieved” when a friend called to drive her to City Hall, where an interfaith ceremony was taking place to honor Mandela.

‘Many beautiful sounds’ “Many beautiful sounds filled my ears and soul, chanting, singing, clicking, marching/ stomping and more,” Archer wrote. “The scene in front of me was incredibly moving: in front of the Cape Town City Hall with flags at half-staff were large banners of Mandela blowing in the strong Cape winds and the roads lined Port Townsend native Sascha Archer is shown at a and strewn with flowers. memorial rally for Nelson Mandela at the City Hall in TURN

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PORT ANGELES — The former Clallam County Fire District No. 3 employee accused of stealing narcotics from the district’s Sequim fire station has pleaded not guilty to theft and burglary charges. Paul M. Rynearson, 40, entered the plea Friday in Clallam County Superior Court to one count each of second-degree burglary and third-degree theft, and is set to appear in court Jan. 14. Sequim police say Rynearson, a 14-year firefighter/paramedic with the fire district, stole painkillers from the Sequim fire station two separate times in midSeptember and early October. TURN

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Governor appoints new Clallam judge BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Chris Melly received the phone call at about 1:15 p.m. Thursday. Gov. Jay Inslee was on the other end of the line. He had an announcement for the Clallam County hearings examiner and former county chief DRUGS/A6 deputy prosecuting attorney, the

later a position Melly held for 17 years. “He said, ‘Chris, this is Jay. Welcome to the bench,’” Melly recalled Friday. “I was very happy, of course. “I can’t say a whole lot went through my head other than, KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS ‘Jeez-o-pete, I’m going to be judge. Clallam County Superior Court Judge-designate “‘That’s fantastic.’” Christopher Melly will take the courtroom bench in TURN

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Christmas Schedule

St. Mary Star of the Sea Welcomes All! Christmas Eve Masses Tuesday, December 24 - 5:30 PM Family Mass geared for families and children. Bilingual.

Tuesday, December 24 - 10:00 PM Solemn Mass of Christmas Eve (formerly “Midnight” Mass) INCENSE WILL BE USED

Christmas Day Mass Wednesday, December 25 - 10:00 AM

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Christmas Eve 4 pm “ For Those Who Can’t Sit Still” A Special Children’s Service with Songs and the Christmas Story

Advent Evening Prayer

Family Service 5:00 pm Candlelight Service 7:00 pm

Christmas Eve Candlelight Eucharist

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Wednesdays 12/11 & 12/18 Soup Supper 6 pm Holden Eve. Prayer 7 pm

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Candlelight Service 6:00 pm Christmas Eve A Christmas Story Special Music, Soloist Traditional carols

8:15 PM Candlelight Service with Communion

CHRISTMAS DAY

Handel With Care Messiah sing-along 3 pm, Dec. 28

December 19th Christmas Caroling Sing-a-long & Potluck

Christmas Festivities at Independent Bible Church

Friday & Saturday December 20th & 21th • 7:00 pm

IBC, along with Port Angeles area Christian churches are sponsoring the

Featuring: Doug Jernigan & Jon Parry with Melannie Leigh, Jesse McLean, Bill Wolfe, Gary Edwards, Mike & Sue Byrd

Community Christmas Caroling Saturday, Dec. 14, 6:00 p.m. at the Gateway Center

Christmas Eve services at IBC

Candle Light Communion December 24th • 10:00pm

6:00 p.m. Family Celebration 10:30 p.m. Candlelight/Communion Service

New Life Church

IBC Worship Center

Sunday, December 22 10:45 AM Morning Worship Service Tuesday, December 24 Candlelight Christmas Eve Service - 5:00 PM

Fairview Bible Church 385 O’Brien Rd., Port Angeles (360)457-5905 Sunday, December 22 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 10:30 a.m. Worship Service

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6:30 p.m. Divine Service of Holy Communion

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Jan 6 - 6:00 p.m. Ice cream social followed by family style services.

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Candlelight Services Christmas Day 6:00 pm - Family Lessons & Carols Christmas Morning Worship 8:00 pm - Lessons & Carols 10:00 am - in Fellowship Hall Celebration for all ages in a casual setting

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Let us renew our yuletide prayers for peace on earth! St. Joseph Parish 121 E. Maple St., Sequim Christmas Masses 4:00pm & 9:00pm Christmas Eve 8:30am & 10:30am Christmas Day Queen of Angels Parish 209 W. 11th St., Port Angeles Christmas Masses 4:00pm & 10:00pm Christmas Eve 10:00am Christmas Day Sacrament of Reconciliation 30 minutes prior to all Masses in both parishes

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Trinity United Methodist Church 100 S. Blake Ave. Sequim 683-5367

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Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church

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Bar owner is charged in singer’s death A NASHVILLE, TENN., bar owner has been charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of singer-songwriter Wayne Mills. Christopher Ferrell told police he fatally shot Mills in selfdefense in the predawn hours of Mills Nov. 23 after the two got into an argument over the musician smoking a cigarette in a nosmoking area of Ferrell’s Pit and Barrel. Mills was rushed to the hospital and died that evening. In a news release, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department said an investigation concluded that the evidence did not support Ferrell’s claim of selfdefense. Ferrell was indicted

by the grand jury Friday morning. Ferrell’s attorney, David Raybin, said Ferrell turned himself in to police Friday afternoon. His bond was set at $300,000.

Pole race curtailed Organizers of an Antarctic charity race involving Prince Harry say they are suspending its competitive element due to harsh conditions but plan to continue the journey to the South Pole. Harry, 29, is a member of one of three teams involving injured soldiers that set off last week on the Prince Harry 200-mile Walking with the Wounded South Pole Challenge. Expedition director Ed Parker said the teams were experiencing “a higher degree of stress” than expected and will no longer race one another but travel and camp together. He said Saturday that he

hopes they will finish the final 70 miles within a week. Harry and actors Dominic West and Alexander Skarsgard are on the trek with teams from Britain, the Commonwealth and the United States.

Select nominees Nominees announced Friday in top categories for the 56th annual Grammy Awards:

■ Record of the Year: “Get Lucky,” Daft Punk & Pharrell Williams; “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons; “Royals,” Lorde; “Locked Out of Heaven,” Bruno Mars; “Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell Williams. ■ Album of the Year: “The Blessed Unrest,” Sara Bareilles; “Random Access Memories,” Daft Punk; “good kid, m.A.A.d. city,” Kendrick Lamar; “The Heist,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis; “Red,” Taylor Swift. ■ Song of the Year: “Just Give Me a Reason,” Pink featuring Nate Ruess; “Locked Out of Heaven,” Bruno Mars; “Roar,” Katy Perry; “Royals,” Lorde; “Same Love,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Mary Lambert.

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STAN TRACEY, 86, a British jazz pianist and composer who played with everyone from Sonny Rollins to Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones in the course of a 70 year-career, has died. Son Clark Tracey said the musician “passed away peacefully” Friday. He had been suffering from cancer. After service in the Royal Air Force and time as a musician aboard cruise ships, Mr. Tracey performed with ensembles including the popular Ted Heath Orchestra and spent several years in the 1960s as resident pianist at Ronnie Scott’s storied London jazz club. That job allowed him to play with the era’s jazz greats, including Stan Getz, Ben Webster and Rollins, with whom he performed on the soundtrack to the 1966 Michael Caine film “Alfie.” As well as leading his own ensembles of various sizes, Mr. Tracey had a stint in the big band led by Stones drummer Watts. Mr. Tracey’s compositions included the enduringly popular “Under Milk Wood” suite — based on the lyrical radio play by Dylan Thomas — and the Lewis Carroll-inspired “Alice in Jazzland.” He was nominated for the prestigious Mercury music prize in 1993 for his album “Portraits Plus.”

_________ BILL PORTER, 81, a door-to-door salesman in Portland, Ore., who was portrayed by William H. Macy in an Emmy-winning TV movie, has died.

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The Oregonian reported that Mr. Porter went to the hospital Tuesday with stomach pain and died of an infection. Mr. Porter spent decades trudging through Portland neighborhoods selling J.R. Watkins products, determined to make his way through life independently despite physical challenges. The Oregonian originally wrote about him at age 63, bringing him celebrity. Mr. Porter had cerebral palsy and spoke and walked with great difficulty. When he was young, the state considered him unemployable and suggested disability payments. He refused. For years, he was Watkins’ top retail salesman in a four-state region. His story made its way to Reader’s Digest and ABC’s “20/20.” In 2003, Macy portrayed Mr. Porter in the movie “Door to Door,” which won four Emmys.

gard for his size and ferocious punching speed made him one of South Africa’s favorite Mr. Matlala athletes. During a 22-year career, he won flyweight and junior flyweight belts for the WBO as well as the IBA light flyweight title and WBU junior flyweight crown.

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Setting it Straight Corrections and clarifications The Peninsula Daily News strives at all times for accuracy and fairness in articles, headlines and photographs. To correct an error or to clarify a news story, phone Executive Editor Rex Wilson at 360-4173530 or email rex.wilson@peninsuladailynews.com.

Peninsula Lookback From the pages of the PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Mansfield has worked in firefighting and forestry Wheels of Clallam since 1919. County road machinery Following the terrible were abruptly stopped for lack of funds when the 1938 windstorm in January 1921 county budget well went dry. that leveled much of the timber around Forks and the It is necessary to wait until Thursday for an emer- entire coastal area, he worked for the U.S. Forest Service for gency expenditure of five months because of the $10,000 to resume work, extra fire hazard. County Engineer Herbert Mansfield and his Pollock said. brother, Thomas, operated a About 50 regular road _________ hardware store in Forks workers and between 500 until 1933. He also worked and 800 Works Progress JACOB “BABY JAKE” for Sun Oil Co., logging Administration workers are MATLALA, 51, a four-time crews and DNR at the Beaaffected. world champion in the flyver division until consolidaThe county commissionweight and junior flyweight tion of districts in 1957. ers unanimously passed the divisions and one of Nelson budget emergency request Mandela’s favorite fighters, today, but there is a five-day 1988 (25 years ago) has died. interim until money is availJefferson County commisThe death of the South able under the law. sioners issued a permit for African boxer Saturday construction of a 56-lot resiwas announced by family dential subdivision on Port spokesman Ray McCauley. 1963 (50 years ago) Ludlow Bay’s inner harbor. Mr. Matlala died two Approximately 70 The project is part of days after Mandela, who employees of the state Pope Resources’ plan to attended Mr. Matlala’s last Department of Natural bout in 2002. At the time, Resources attended a retire- develop 800 acres near the bay with single-family and ment dinner in honor of the boxer gave the former multi-family residential James Mansfield at the president one of his belts. West End Sportsmen’s Club units, expand the commerStanding just 4-footin Forks. cial center and build a recre10½, Mr. Matlala’s disre-

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Laugh Lines IN COLORADO, VOTERS have approved a tax on marijuana to fund the building of schools. In other words, kids: Don’t do drugs, but stay in the schools funded by them. Conan O’Brien

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A GAGGLE OF geese flying north over downtown Port Angeles. Aren’t they going the wrong way for this time of year? . . . WANTED! “Seen Around” items. Send them to PDN News Desk, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles WA 98362; fax 360-417-3521; or email news@peninsuladailynews.com.

Looking Back From the files of The Associated Press

TODAY IS SUNDAY, Dec. 8, the 342nd day of 2013. There are 23 days left in the year. Today’s Highlights in History: ■ On Dec. 8, 1941, the United States entered World War II as Congress declared war against Japan, a day after the attack on Pearl Harbor. ■ In 1980, rock star John Lennon was shot to death outside his New York City apartment building by an apparently deranged fan. On this date: ■ In 1776, during the Revolutionary War, Gen. George Washington’s retreating army crossed the Delaware River from New Jersey into Pennsylvania.

■ In 1854, Pope Pius IX proclaimed the Catholic dogma of the Immaculate Conception, which holds that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was free of original sin from the moment of her own conception. ■ In 1949, the Chinese Nationalist government moved from the Chinese mainland to Formosa as the Communists pressed their attacks. ■ In 1962, typographers went on a 114-day strike against four New York City newspapers. ■ In 1972, a United Airlines Boeing 737 crashed while attempting to land at Chicago-Midway Airport, killing 43 of the 61 people on board, as well as two people on the ground; among the passengers who

died were Dorothy Hunt, wife of Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt; U.S. Rep. George W. Collins, D-Ill.; and CBS News correspondent Michele Clark. ■ In 1982, a man demanding an end to nuclear weapons held the Washington Monument hostage, threatening to blow it up with explosives he claimed were inside a van. After a 10-hour standoff, Norman D. Mayer was shot dead by police; it turned out there were no explosives. ■ In 1992, Americans got to see live television coverage of U.S. troops landing on the beaches of Somalia as Operation Restore Hope began. Because of the time difference, it was early Dec. 9 in Somalia. ■ Ten years ago: President

George W. Bush signed a $400 billion Medicare overhaul bill that included a prescription drug plan for seniors. ■ Five years ago: In a startling about-face, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed told the Guantanamo war crimes tribunal he would confess to masterminding the 9/11 attacks; four other men also abandoned their defenses. Mohammed is still awaiting trial. ■ One year ago: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced that his cancer had returned and that he would undergo another surgery in Cuba. Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel became the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy.


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A5 Briefly: Nation Much of U.S. embraced in deep freeze MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A late fall cold snap that has gripped much of the country is being blamed for a handful of deaths and has forced people to deal with frigid temperatures, power outages by the thousands and treacherous roads. Weather forecasters say the power weather system has Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic in its icy sights next. Temperatures in Montana and South Dakota were more than 20 degrees below zero during the day Saturday, while much of the Midwest was in the teens and single digits. Icy conditions were expected to last through the weekend from Texas to Ohio to Tennessee, and Virginia officials warned residents of a major ice storm likely to take shape today, resulting in power outages and hazards on the roads. More than 100,000 customers in the Dallas area were without power Saturday, with about 7,000 in Oklahoma and thousands more in other states.

Ad lures man to death SUNBURY, Pa. — A couple married for just three weeks lured a man to his death with a Craigslist ad because they

wanted to kill someone together, police said. Elytte Barbour told officers before his arrest Friday night that he and his wife, E. Barbour Miranda, had planned to kill before, but their plans never worked out until last month when Troy LaFerrara responded to an online posting that promised companionship in return for money, authorities said. Elytte Barbour, 22, and Miranda Barbour, 18, face criminal homicide charges in LaFerrara’s death. The 42-year-old Port Trevorton man was stabbed 20 times, police said.

MEXICO CITY — A Mexico senate committee proposed Saturday to open the country’s beleaguered, state-run oil sector to greater private investment. The Senate proposal would allow the government to grant contracts for exploration and extraction of oil and gas to multinaPeña Nieto tional giants such as Exxon or Chevron, something that is now prohibited under Mexico’s constitution. The proposal also would allow private contractors to “book reserves,” or list oil reserves in their financial statements. It goes much further than the plan introduced by President Enrique Peña Nieto in August, which only allowed profit-sharing agreements but not arrangements for sharing oil.

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Today’s news guests WASHINGTON (— Guest lineups for today’s TV news shows: ■ ABC’s “This Week” — Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Rob Portman, R-Ohio. ■ NBC’s “Meet the Press” — Jesse Jackson; Charles Ogletree, a law professor at Harvard University. ■ CBS’s “Face the Nation” — Former Secretary of State James Baker; Randall Robinson, who led the antiapartheid group TransAfrica; poet Maya Angelou. ■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Reps. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and Adam Schiff, D-Calif. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.; Pik Botha, a former South African foreign minister.

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Report on bias rapped SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — The Dominican Republic on Saturday rejected a human rights report that accuses the government of discrimination following a court ruling that could strip the citizenship of thousands of people born to migrants living there illegally. The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights said the Caribbean country was deciding people’s nationalities based on private arbitration. Commission President Jose de Jesus Orozco said the organization received nearly 4,000 testimonies and complaints from people affected by a court ruling that states those born in the Dominican Republic since 1929 to foreigners living illegally in the country are not automatically granted citizenship. The administration of Danilo Medina criticized the report in a statement and said the finding was a “subjective, partial and unilateral version” of the issue.

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Survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, watch a vintage World War II airplane fly over Pearl Harbor at a ceremony Saturday commemorating the 72nd anniversary of the attack. About 3,000 people — including 50 Pearl Harbor survivors — attended the commemoration staged by the Navy and the National Park Service.

Mandela death leaves few global symbols of freedom BY JESSE WASHINGTON THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The death of Nelson Mandela leaves a waning number of global figures representing freedom and resilience against oppression — and a changing world that makes it harder for anyone to approach Mandela’s iconic power. There are a few whose trials have made them symbols of freedom, including the former political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar, the Dalai Lama and, more recently, Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl turned women’s rights activist. But Mandela, the black revolutionary who emerged from 27 years in prison to embrace his white oppressors and lead a new South Africa, may be one of the last of a breed for all sorts of reasons — including the circumstances of his heroism, his extraordinary success and the onset of an age when heroes’ foibles are often exposed. “He lived and worked in a context and historical period where his extraordinary individual qualities could help make change in his country and ripple throughout the world,” said Daniel Calengaret, executive vice president of

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Freedom House, a watchdog group working to expand freedom around the world. “It’s hard to think of someone who was both an iconic dissident figure and was actually central to building a new system,” Calengaret said.

Gandhi, King Mandela is often mentioned in the same breath as Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr., who also changed nations through nonviolence. Yet Gandhi and King were killed before their dreams were realized. Suu Kyi, the Myanmar prodemocracy leader, was imprisoned by the military regime for 15 years before she was released and

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won a parliamentary seat. Yet she battles in a political arena lacking the stark racism of South African apartheid, which deprived the black majority of equal rights. The Dalai Lama, a Buddhist figure seeking the nonviolent restoration of Tibet’s independence from China, has lived in exile for more than 60 years. And there is an ethnic or racial aspect to the Tibetan struggle, as China seeks to wipe out its traditional culture and replace it with that of the Han Chinese. Malala, the 16-year-old Pakistani girl, achieved global prominence last year when the Taliban tried to kill her for advocating the equality and education of women. After Mandela’s death, she called him “my leader.”

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KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s opposition, preparing for what it hopes will be a gigantic protest rally today, said it will negotiate with President Viktor YanuBoy reportedly killed kovych only if he fires the govRAMALLAH, West Bank — ernment and appoints a new Relatives say Israeli soldiers one committed to deepening shot dead a 15-year-old PalesEuropean integration. tinian boy in the West Bank on Around 20,000 demonstraSaturday. Wajdi Ramahi from the Jala- tors crowded into Kiev’s Indezoun refugee camp near Ramal- pendence Square on a windy and snowy night Saturday, but lah said his son, Wajeeh, was organizers of the protests, which killed by a shot to the back. Ramahi said his son was shot are now in their third week, are from an Israeli army watchtower. calling for a massive turnout The Israeli military said it is today. looking into the report. The Associated Press

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WASHINGTON — In a decision that highlights the clash between two cherished environmental goals — producing green energy and preserving protected wildlife — federal officials announced that some wind power companies will be allowed to kill or injure bald and golden eagles for up to 30 years without penalty. Conservation groups decried the Obama administration’s new

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regulation as a “stunningly bad move” for wildlife, but wind industry officials said Friday that the rules from the Department of the Interior were far from a “free ride.” The federal Fish and Wildlife Service began issuing permits in 2009 to developers of renewable energy projects, allowing the socalled “taking” of bald and golden eagles, which are federally protected. The early permits lasted a maximum of five years, which the

industry argued was not sufficient for long-term investment in wind power facilities. The new regulations would extend the permits to a maximum of 30 years and be issued only to “applicants who commit to adaptive management measures to ensure the preservation of eagles,” the Interior Department said in announcing the rules. There are wind farms in 39 states — including Washington — and Puerto Rico, but much of the impact will be felt in the West.

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West: U.S. veteran held by N. Korea arrives home

Nation: Health care paper sign-ups quietly shunned

Nation: 4.5 earthquake shakes central Oklahoma

World: France sends in more troops to Africa

A TIRED BUT smiling 85-year-old U.S. veteran detained in North Korea for several weeks returned home Saturday to applause from supporters and his family. Merrill Newman arrived at the San Francisco airport after turning down a ride aboard Vice President Joe Biden’s Air Force Two in favor of a direct flight from Beijing. Newman was detained in late October at the end of a 10-day trip to North Korea, a visit that came six decades after he oversaw a group of South Korean guerrillas during the 1950-53 war. North Korea cited his age and medical condition in allowing him to leave.

FEDERAL HEALTH OFFICIALS, after encouraging alternate sign-up methods amid the fumbled rollout of their online insurance website, have begun to quietly urge counselors around the country to stop using paper applications to enroll people in health insurance because of worries those applications would not be processed in time. Interviews with enrollment counselors, insurance brokers and a government official who works with navigators in Illinois reveal the latest change in direction by the Obama administration, which had been encouraging paper applications and other means because of all the website problems.

A 4.5-MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE in central Oklahoma shook residents Saturday, just weeks after the second anniversary of the strongest earthquake ever recorded in the Sooner State. The earthquake was centered near Arcadia, about 14 miles northeast of Oklahoma City, and was about 5 miles deep, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management spokeswoman Keli Cain said no injuries or damage were reported. The strongest earthquake on record in Oklahoma was a magnitude-5.6 earthquake on Nov. 5, 2011.

FRANCE AND THE African Union on Saturday announced plans to deploy several thousand more troops into embattled Central African Republic, as thousands of Christians fearing reprisal attacks sought refuge from the Muslim former rebels who now control the country after days of violence left nearly 400 people dead. French armored personnel carriers and troops from an AU-backed peacekeeping mission roared at high speed down Bangui’s major roads, as families carrying palm fronds pushed coffins in carts on the road’s shoulder. In a sign of the mounting tensions, others walking briskly carried bows and arrows.


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Drugs CONTINUED FROM A1 Rynearson resigned via letter Oct. 15 after he was placed on administrative leave Oct. 3 for reasons unrelated to the missing drugs, according to Fire District No. 3 Chief Steve Vogel. Rynearson, who declined to comment on the proceedings Friday, told police during the investigation that he had intended to use the painkillers himself. Jesse Espinoza, the county deputy prosecuting attorney assigned to the case, recommended in the Friday hearing that Rynearson remain out of jail in part because he has no criminal history. “There’s no indication that he would be a flight risk,” Espinoza said.

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PORT ANGELES — A recent bright and cold fall day was one of the few times Corey White has been out in open water on a boat, much less an oceanographic research vessel. “A lot of people said it would be colder than it actually was,” said White, a 26-year-old Georgia native who started at Peninsula College in September. White was one of 18 Peninsula College students who bundled up Nov. 22 and set out on the research vessel Tatoosh into Port Angeles Harbor and the surrounding waters. The goal: give students a chance to see and feel handson what it’s like to collect samples of microscopic animals, test water temperature and scrutinize scoops of sediment collected from the harbor bottom. “[The students] did more or less everything,” said Ian Miller, a seasonal teacher at Peninsula College and the brainchild for the boat trip, taken as part of his fall “Introduction to Oceanography” class.

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Rick Fletcher (holding rope) of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary shows how to collect water samples during a Peninsula College class trip into Port Angeles Harbor and the surrounding waters. From left are Peninsula College staff member Brad Stone and students Calvin Sha, Pany Chen, Yoichi Hirokata and Meredith Supan (facing camera). tently shown that experiential or hands-on education, especially in the ocean sciences, improves student motivation to both learn and want to advance further in the field. Knowing this, Miller said he worked with sanctuary staff earlier in the fall to determine the nuts and bolts of a class trip using the sanctuary’s research ship, moored in the Port Angeles Boat Haven for the fall and winter. The entire trip nearly fell victim to the 16-day partial government shutdown in October, Miller said, since the sanctuary offices were forced to close during that time. “It almost didn’t happen

because we weren’t able to plan in that period,” Miller said. But happened it did, with Fletcher and sanctuary Marine Operations Officer Justin Ellis taking Miller’s students, split into three groups, to pre-determined survey sites on the chilly November day. “It was a very cold day,” Miller said. “But you know, [the] students sort of powered through it.” Each group traveled to three separate sites: two on the western interior of Port Angeles Harbor and one just offshore near the former Rayonier paper mill site. Students took water samples to measure a num-

ber of different attributes, Miller explained, such as salinity, plankton levels and turbidity, or the amount of suspended material in water. Sediment samples also were taken from the sea bottom with a spring-loaded metal grabber, Miller said, with students combing through the silt to find what organisms lived there. “For a good number of the students, it was the most animated that I’ve ever seen them,” he said. “There’s nothing like being on the boat and being in the field to get students to kind of step out a little bit.”

Hands-on work White said the hands-on work allowed him to gain a better appreciation of the marine environment and its fragility. He said Miller’s class as a whole has made him more aware of the potential negative effects global climate change could have on coastal ecosystems and what he can do to improve public knowledge about those issues. “I’m trying to understand my niche, my role, as far as what I can do to help spread the word and the importance of that,” White said. Robert Steelquist, the sanctuary’s education and outreach coordinator, said opportunities such as Miller’s class trip are key to allowing students to better understand all aspects ocean sciences. “From my standpoint . . . a day on the water like that exposes students not just to the science of that work but

the practical aspects of that work,” Steelquist said. “We do need mechanics; we need boat operators, as well as oceanographers.” The sanctuary often teams up with schools of multiple grade levels to expose students to oceanography, though Steelquist said this was the first time sanctuary staff had specifically worked with Miller and his class. “It really fit well with where Dr. Miller was with his students, and we were really pleased with the outcome,” Steelquist said. He said the sanctuary likely will consider being a part of similar trips in the future. “We try to make opportunities available whenever the right combination of circumstances are present,” he said. “We just look for those opportunities and take advantage when we can, and hopefully, a lot of students benefit.”

As part of his conditions of release, however, Rynearson must not possess alcohol and stay out of businesses where it is “the chief Trip deemed success item of sale,” Espinoza said. “To my knowledge, this Miller said he considered is a fairly serious addiction the trip a success, based on issue,” he said. input from his students. Vogel said Friday he had “If the sanctuary is willno idea Rynearson suffered ing, we’d definitely do it Tatoosh skipper from any kind of addiction again,” Miller said. Miller, whose day job is as before he allegedly stole the “And if we can find some a coastal hazards scientist drugs. funding, we’ll expand it.” with Washington Sea Grant, For White, the chilly District staff are concame up with the idea for November day out on the cerned about Rynearson, the class trip after talking water, elbow deep in the rudiVogel said, and want to see with Rick Fletcher, who ments of ocean research, only him get help for his addichelps skipper the Olympic made him want to continue tion. Coast National Marine his education in that field. “They don’t want to see Sanctuary’s Tatoosh. “It actually steeled my him get hurt, but yet, the Miller said a body of eduresolve a little bit,” White event has hurt the departcational research has consissaid. ment as far as morale goes,” Vogel said. Vogel has estimated the missing medication to be worth likely between $10 and $15. According to a Sequim CONTINUED FROM A1 police report, Rynearson told Detective Sgt. Sean The bench is Clallam Madison he took a small County Superior Court, and plastic box containing painthe Port Angeles resident subdivisions, binding site plans, county commissioners soon after BY PAUL GOTTLIEB killers from the fire stawill occupy a third of it. shoreline substantial development Jan. 1, Jones said. PENINSULA DAILY NEWS tion’s narcotics locker on or Inslee appointed Melly to permits, shoreline conditional uses The commissioners will make around Sept. 19. PORT ANGELES — Chris Mel- and variances and appeals of the Position 3 seat being the final decision. ly’s Clallam County land-use hear- administrative decisions, according vacated Dec. 31 by retiring Melly weighed in on the issue in Routine audit ings examiner position may be Judge S. Brooke Taylor. to the county website at http:// his resignation letter, delivered to eliminated within a month or two These drugs were found tinyurl.com/pdn-examiner. the commissioners Friday. after he becomes a Superior Court to be missing Sept. 25 dur- Will run next year Melly conducted 12 hearings in “I am aware that the board is judge. ing a routine audit of stored 2012 and had conducted 14 as of investigating the economic impacts Melly, 62, will take office County Administrator Jim medications, Vogel con- Jan. 2 and has said he will July 1, Jones said. of an in-house examiner versus a Jones and Community Developfirmed, and reported miss- run for the remaining two retained examiner,” Melly wrote. ment Director Sheila Roark Miller ing to him Oct. 1 after Vogel years of the term in 2014. Seattle law firm Before he was hired, the annual met Friday to begin discussing had returned to work from His yearly salary will be base compensation was $90,000 for Before Melly became hearings options that include cutting the a family function. $151,809. examiner, the county contracted for the law firm that performed his $79,870-a-year half-time position Vogel said he then immeMelly will join Position 2 in favor of going with another the service with a Seattle law firm, functions and more if the caseload diately told his staff to “tear Judge George L. Wood and exceeded a threshold, Melly wrote. option, Jones said. Jones said. the place apart” to find the Position 1 Judge Erik Rohrer, “Prior to deciding to bring the Options include contracting Roark Miller is exploring drugs and to get in contact who soundly defeated Melly position in house, then-County with an outside attorney, Jones options for filling the position, he with police. in 2012 for a seat Rohrer now Administrator Dan Engelbertson said. said. The district also had holds. did an economic analysis that indi“It might be cheaper; it might be The Department of Community contracted with Janice Melly and Rohrer virtumore effective,” Jones said, adding Development provides administra- cated that, over five years, the Corbin, a human resources ally tied that year in a Clalthat the position is highly specialtive support for the hearings exam- county would save $250,000 by consultant with whom the lam County Bar Association having an in-house examiner verized. iner. district has worked before, poll. They will now will be sus a retained examiner,” wrote The hearings examiner reviews Jones and Roark Miller will proto investigate the missing colleagues. conditional-use permits, variances, vide a recommendation to the Melly. narcotics, Vogel said. Rohrer was not in his Corbin is still completing office Friday and was her investigative report unavailable for comment. they think is appropriate,” he Melly and his wife of 39 Melly said. applications for the position. after interviewing multiple “He gave me a pretty good said. “I felt I connected well years, Mary Lou, the EduMelly topped the bar district employees and drubbing,” Melly said of last Inslee interviewed both association poll this time care Center director at Pen- with the people.” reviewing district policies year’s election. Melly said once he is Neupert and Melly on insula College, have lived in and procedures, Vogel “I like Erik. He’s got great around. sworn in, he will sit in on as Wednesday. Neupert, of Platt Irwin Port Angeles since 1983. explained. sense of humor. He’s a smart, In his call to Melly on They have two adult chil- many court calendars as he Law Firm, was the other Corbin could not be friendly guy. can and will begin taking on Thursday, the governor dren, Jacob and Geoffrey. reached for comment Fri“He’s had a year of experi- finalist. imparted a lengthy Martin Melly, a New Jersey cases. He said he was not disapday. ence on the bench, and I’m More drugs were hoping he’ll serve as a men- pointed at not being selected. native and Rutgers graduHe will attend a judicial Luther King Jr. quote, reported missing Oct. 6. “Far from it,” Neupert ate, said being a judge was college put on by the state though Melly could not recall tor to me.” not on his radar until Dis- Administrative Office of the the particulars. _________ Lawyers Cathy Marshall said Friday. “He was interested in “I consider it a privilege trict Court Judge Rick Porter Courts from Jan. 26-31. and John Troberg of Sequim Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can social justice, and that’s what “I assume Judges Rohrer appointed him court commisand an honor to be one of the and John Hayden, Loren be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. and Wood will shepherd courts dispense — justice,” 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula Oakley and Dave Neupert of top two candidates for the sioner in 2005. “I really enjoyed it,” things my way to the extent Melly said. dailynews.com. 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25-year-old allegedly ditched his auto with adult, small child inside BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — A Sequim man was in the RIVER FAMILY Clallam County jail SaturClay River, left, and Angie River will host the Alle day after he reportedly ditched his car off Deer Stage Poetry Slam in Port Angeles on Friday. Park Road on Friday night, leaving an adult and small incarcerated mothers who To sign up and find out are caring for their children more, visit www.pafaced.org child behind, following a up to the age of 30 months. or phone the fine arts center brief car chase with a sheriff’s deputy. At Friday’s slam, Angie at 360-457-3532. David Allen Elliot, 25, hopes to collect donations of The center’s gallery at was booked into county jail baby clothes, diapers and 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd. is Friday night for investigaother baby supplies. open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tion of one count each of “Clothing [for children] Thursdays through Suneluding a police vehicle and up to age 3 would be great,” days, while the 5-acre Websecond-degree reckless Angie said. Baby blankets ster’s Woods art park surendangerment. are needed too. Donors will rounding it is open daily No bail had yet been set. receive free raffle tickets for from dawn till dusk. Ron Cameron, chief prizes Friday night, and the Admission is free to both donated items will be given the gallery and the woods. to the Washington Corrections Center for Women’s Artists’ group meet residential parenting proPORT LUDLOW — The gram. Port Ludlow Artists’ League will host a free public recepFamily art classes tion for this month’s feaPORT ANGELES — In tured artists at the ColumBY JEREMY SCHWARTZ the final of a series of holibia Bank art gallery on PENINSULA DAILY NEWS day art classes, the Vern Wednesday. PORT ANGELES — A Burton Community Center The league will lay out 4½-hour power outage just will be the place for an everefreshments at 4 p.m. at west of Port Angeles ning of treats and crafts this the bank, 9500 Oak Bay Wednesday. Road, for the reception with affected about 700 Clallam County Public Utility DisChildren and adults are jewelry artists Mary Lynn trict customers Thursday invited to come and make Laker, Ginny Ford, Linda evening, a PUD spokesman holiday goodies and decora- Henderson, Sharon Zablotsaid Saturday. tive gift bags from 6 p.m. to ney, Lee Dunn, Judy DanThe outage was reported 7:30 p.m. at the center, 308 berg and Maggie Smith. at about 6:30 p.m. in the E. Fourth St. Art lovers are invited to area of Bean Road just west The class is for kids ages meet the women and see of the Port Angeles city 8 and older — or younger their creations during the limit, PUD spokesman than 8 if accompanied by an party from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. adult — and costs $15 per Wednesday in the Columbia Michael Howe said. Utility crews responded person or $12 for members Bank lobby; then the gatherand discovered the problem of the Port Angeles Fine ing moves to the adjacent Arts Center, which is pregallery from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. was in a stretch of power senting Wednesday’s class. Peninsula Daily News line that had failed, Howe said. “There was basically a bad line,” he said. “We needed to replace 12 feet of line.” Power was restored to the 707 affected customers by 9:55 that night, Howe added.

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criminal Clallam County sheriff’s deputy, said a deputy tried to stop a car for a traffic infraction as it was traveling east on U.S. Highway near Morse Creek at about 6:30 p.m. Friday. The car did not stop, Cameron said, and continued east on Highway 101 before making a right turn on Deer Park Road. “I don’t think the speed got very high,” he said. Cameron said the man driving the car, later identified as Elliot, ran from the __________ car and into thick brush and woods near Wilder Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can Auto. be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. A passenger and small 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula girl left in the car were not dailynews.com.

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WENATCHEE — A jury has recently awarded an additional $18 million to a woman whose botched surgery at a Wenatchee hospital left her unable to speak. Becky S. Anderson was having polyps removed from her vocal cords with a laser last year when a breathing tube in her throat caught fire. Central Washington Hospital agreed to pay $12 million to settle claims against it. A King County Superior Court jury has ordered that two other entities — Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and Wenatchee Anesthesia Associates — also pay a combined $18 million.

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PORT ANGELES — Flu season is around the corner, and public health officials say it’s a good time to get vaccinated. “There are no shortages in flu vaccine,” said Dr. Tom Locke, public health officer for Clallam and Jefferson counties. Flu shots are available at pharmacies throughout the North Olympic Peninsula. Locke told the Clallam County Board of Health last week that influenza typically ramps up after the new year and peaks in February or March. “In terms of influenza activity in the United States, there’s really nothing going on the West Coast,” Locke said at the health board meeting Tuesday. “We’re pre flu season.” Upper respiratory illnesses that have been circulating around the Peninsula in recent weeks have tested negative for influenza, Locke said. “About one year out of 10, we have an early flu season that really takes off at Christmastime,” Locke said. “One year, in fact, it took off at Thanksgiving. Last year, it was an early flu season. It really started over Christmas and peaked in January.” Locke said there is a “significant amount of influenza activity” in Texas and the Southeast states, but only 1 percent of people with flu-like symptoms on the West Coast actually have the flu. “When the number of people with influenza-like illness who are testing positive for influenza virus start to exceed 20 percent, that’s generally when we know we’re in a real flu outbreak,” said Locke, who is responsible for declaring the start of flu season on the Peninsula. Health officials define a flu-like illness as a fever of more than 100 degrees with a cough or sore throat. The state Department of Health recommends getting vaccinated, washing hands often, covering coughs and staying home from work or school when sick to avoid spreading the flu. Locke said more than 90 percent of the health care workers at Olympic Medical Center have already been vaccinated. “The goal is 98 percent,” he said. “That’s something that’s increasingly become standard here.”

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Salmon projects get $4.5 million Grants to help Peninsula-wide recovery efforts PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

OLYMPIA — The state has awarded $4.5 million in grants for new salmon restoration projects on the North Olympic Peninsula. Clallam County project sponsors received $2.8 million for five projects, including a Lower Elwha Klallam tribe-led effort to replant the shores of the Elwha River in the former Lake Mills and Lake Aldwell reservoir beds. Jefferson County received $1.7 million for six salmon recovery projects, including a State Parks purchase of streamside habitat on the south shore of the Dosewallips River. The Salmon Recovery Funding Board awarded the grants at its Wednesday meeting in Olympia, said Cheryl Baumann, North Olympic Lead Entity for Salmon coordinator. Lead entities are local watershed groups composed of governments, tribes, citizens and nonprofit groups that identify projects for Salmon Recovery Funding Board grants and Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration funding. “The Lead Entity is proud of the work done by project sponsors and lead entity members to develop and review this large and diverse restoration portfolio approved for funding this year,” Baumann said in an email. Grants were awarded to the following Clallam County projects: ■ Lower Elwha Klallam tribe for replanting the banks of the Elwha River ($1.43 million). “This project will revegetate areas exposed by removal of the upper and lower dams on the Elwha,” Baumann said. “The work will be done by the tribe’s restoration crew and the Washington Conservation Corps.” Tribal fisheries habitat biologist Mike McHenry wrote the grant, which competed against large-scale projects across the Puget Sound and ranked in the top 10, Baumann said. The tribe will use the grant to hire a crew to control noxious weeds, plant 200,000 trees and sow 3,000 pounds of native grass seed in the exposed reservoir beds. ■ Lower Elwha Klallam tribe for restoring the Ediz Hook beach ($705,440). Two quarter-mile sections of the beach will be restored and replanted to improve salmon spawning habitat, according to the Salmon Recovery Funding _________ Board. The tribe and the city of Reporter Rob Ollikainen can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. Port Angeles will contribute 5072, or at rollikainen@peninsu- $169,460 in donations and ladailynews.com. labor.

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Grants were awarded to the following Jefferson County projects: ■ Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission for protecting land along the Dosewallips River ($944,073). State Parks will purchase 259 acres of habitat to protect much of the remaining private land along a 6-mile corridor from the mouth of the river to Olympic National Forest, the funding board said. ■ Jefferson County for conserving the Duckabush floodplain ($268,125). In a partnership with the Jefferson Land Trust, the county will use the grant to buy a conservation easement on 15.5 acres of quality habitat in the floodplain. ■ Nature Conservancy for restoring habitat in a tributary of the Clearwater River in west Jeffer-

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Subtle signs of addiction, abuse detailed in PT event drug abuse, people can simply watch and listen, or they can take part in the PENINSULA DAILY NEWS dialogue by sharing perPORT TOWNSEND — sonal stories, struggles and The Poetic Justice Theatre experiences. Ensemble will present “Drinkin’ & Druggin’: Good Daily inspiration Times, Abuse or AddicLois Barnett, a Jefferson tion?,” an interactive performance and community dia- County Substance Abuse logue at the Port Townsend Advisory Board member Community Center, 620 and the lead organizer of the event, lost her first husTyler St., this Tuesday. Admission is by dona- band, her sister and a dear tion to the 7 p.m. show, and friend to alcohol or other all community members are drug abuse. “Now, addiction and the invited. In this event, designed to disease of alcoholism reveal the less visible inspire me daily,” she said, aspects of alcohol and other “to be part of the commuBY DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ

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ter for Change, the ensemble seeks to spark dialogue and action toward a more just and joyous world for all people, according to www. MandalaforChange.com. For information about the event Tuesday, see the above website, phone Mandala Center co-director Marc Weinblatt at 360-3443435 or phone Barnett at Program for change the county Substance Abuse Now in its 12th season, Advisory Board at 360-385the Poetic Justice Theatre 6877. _________ Ensemble is a troupe of local actors and activists Features Editor Diane Urbani ages 14 to 66. de la Paz can be reached at 360As a program of Port 452-2345, ext. 5062, or at diane. Townsend’s Mandala Cen- urbani@peninsuladailynews.com. nity healing necessary to support the recovery process for those who need it. Tuesday’s performance “asks us all the question of whether it’s a ‘good time, abuse or addiction’ so we can learn how to make these critical distinctions for ourselves and support others along the way.”

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PORT ANGELES — Police are continuing to follow multiple leads in the theft of a pickup truck owned by Scarsella Bros. Inc. left unlocked and idling, then recovered about 1½ miles away from where it was stolen. The semiautomatic pistol left inside the 2013 Ford F-150 is still missing, said Brian Smith, Port Angeles deputy police chief, and has been reported stolen. Smith said Friday the Ford was recovered Nov. 25 in the 1300 block of East Campbell Avenue three days after it was stolen from the 500 block of East Whidby Avenue.

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“It looks like the toolbox had been forcibly pried opened and [tools] scattered inside the bed.” BRIAN SMITH deputy Port Angeles police chief Smith said. “We are following up on leads,” Smith said. “This includes people and evidence.”

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SAN DIEGO — The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Active, based in Port Angeles, helped chase down a 30-foot fishing boat found to be carrying 5,000 pounds of marijuana off the coast of San Diego last week. The “panga”-style fishing boat was spotted about 140 miles southwest of San Diego at about 3:40 p.m. Monday by a Sacrementobased Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules patrol plane, according to the Coast Guard. Petty Officer 3rd Class Connie Gawrelli of Coast Guard Public Affairs in San Diego said she was not sure of the origin of the fishing boat, only that it came from the south. After the fishing boat and its two occupants were spotted, a small interceptor boat from the 210-foot Active was launched to investigate, according to the

The truck was reported stolen from Whidby Avenue at about 6:30 in the morning after it was left unlocked and running to warm up, Smith said. Kent-based Scarsella Bros. is completing three separate projects in Clallam County: the Lauridsen Boulevard bridge replacement in Port Angeles for the city, the U.S. 101 underpass project at Deer Park Road for the county, and the widening of U.S. Highway 101 between Shore and Kitchen-Dick roads for the state DepartBY GENE JOHNSON ment of Transportation. AND MANUEL VALDES

Responding officers found the truck locked, Smith said, with the toolbox in the truck bed damaged. “It looks like the toolbox had been forcibly pried opened and [tools] scattered inside the bed,” he said. Some tools were missing, he added, and the Scarsella Bros. logo on the truck’s doors had been scraped off. _________ Scarsella employees THE ASSOCIATED PRESS were called to recover the Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can SEATTLE — Crowds of truck, which eventually was be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. towed to a local Ford dealer- 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula people bundled in winter ship so it could be re-keyed, dailynews.com. coats celebrated the anniversary of marijuana legalization in Washington state Friday by sparking up at a city-sanctioned party under Seattle’s Space Needle. Marijuana activist Ben Livingston said it took him three months to persuade city officials to grant him a permit for the party marking the anniversary of the day the legal pot law took effect. It began at 4:20 p.m., with a line of people streaming into a big tent that quickly filled with a marijuana haze. Partygoers wished each other a happy anniversary and chanted, “Thank you, Washington!” Jay Zozh, who moved to

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Bales of marijuana that were seized during a smuggling interdiction are stacked on the deck of U.S. Coast Guard cutter Active on Dec. 2. Coast Guard. The fishing boat reportedly did not stop when ordered to, Gawrelli said, so the crew aboard the interceptor boat used gunfire to disable the fishing boat’s engines. “They do a warning shot; if that doesn’t work, they have to use a weapon to fire at the engines to disable the engines,” Gawrelli said.

The fishing boat, two suspected smugglers and 210 bales of marijuana then were transferred to the 87-foot cutter Sea Otter and taken to San Diego, according to the Coast Guard. The suspects and drugs were turned over to the San Diego Marine Task Force, which includes federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, Gaw-

relli said. The Active is assigned primarily to law enforcement and search-and-rescue duties, according to the ship’s website, and can carry up to 72 crew members.

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the state less than a month ago, marveled as the crowd passed around a footlong joint. “If we were all in Texas, we’d be arrested and charged with felonies,” he said. The free event, capacity 999, was set up behind a double perimeter fence at Seattle Center, with the pot smoking blocked from public view. Hundreds were expected to attend throughout the event.

‘Good people’ “I want to make the point that cannabis consumers are good people, and we should be treated equally with other people when trying to utilize city facilities,” Livingston said. The party was being held near Key Arena, where Pearl Jam was ending a

North American tour, and Livingston extended an open invitation to the band’s fans to swing by on their way to or from the show. The Winterfest holiday lighting celebration, a Pacific Northwest Ballet performance of the Nutcracker, and a Seattle Children’s Theatre staging of “James and the Giant Peach” also took place Friday night at the Seattle Center campus. Those events didn’t jibe so well with a big pot party, according to some drug abuse prevention groups. Nine people sent a letter to the Seattle Center, the City Council and the mayor asking that the event be canceled. Among the signatories were Dr. Leslie R. Walker, chief of adolescent medicine at Seattle Children’s Hospital, and Derek Franklin, president of the Washington Association for Sub-

stance Abuse and Violence Prevention. “Seattle Center is a poor location for the party considering it takes place during Winterfest, a familyfriendly event, and among popular venues that cater to children and their families,” the letter said.

Family-friendly? Livingston responded by noting that the familyfriendly Winterfest has a beer tent, which no one protested. Seattle Center spokeswoman Deborah Daoust said the pot party was permitted by the city, and it’s the center’s role to help ensure it’s a success. The party featured several informational vendors who helped to offset the party’s estimated $11,000 cost, but Livingston hoped to recoup the rest of the balance through poster sales and donations.

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A11 This week’s business meetings ■ Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are held Mondays at noon in the second-floor meeting room of the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St. This Monday’s featured speaker will be Harold Norlund, manager of the Nippon Paper Industries USA Inc. mill, who will discuss the newly completed biomass cogeneration plant on the mill property. Norlund Tickets for the luncheon are $15 and can be purchased from the meeting room cashier. For those not having lunch, there is a $3 participation fee that includes a beverage. ■ 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 U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, who will discuss his first year in Congress. Lunch at $8 will be catered by Subway. The meeting sponsor will be Kitsap Bank.

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■ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at noon at SunLand Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim. This Tuesday’s speaker will be Mary Budke, Budke executive director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula. The meeting sponsor is Ameriprise Financial/ Leonard P. Lewicki. This will be December’s only luncheon meeting because of Christmas. Luncheon reservations closed Friday, but seats are available for those who are not having lunch. Coffee or tea is $3. Phone 360-683-6197 or email info@sequimchamber.com for information. ■ Forks Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon Benedict meetings are Wednesdays at noon at JT’s Sweet Stuffs, 80 N. Forks Ave. Featured speaker this Wednesday will be Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict. Lunch costs $8; a bowl of soup, $4.75; and a cup of soup, $4. The entree is lasagna. ■ Port Angeles Business Association — Breakfast meetings are Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive, Port Angeles. This Tuesday’s program was not announced. There is a $3 minimum charge by Joshua’s for those who do not order breakfast.

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Cargo bikes new van for PT firm, families mattress home. And some companies are using the bikes to deliver beer kegs or pick up recycling. Cyclists are pushing the limits of what they can haul on cargo bikes — sturdy two-wheelers built to haul lots of stuff. The so-called SUV of bicycles BY PHUONG LE are increasingly popular in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pedal-friendly communities, SEATTLE — A Port Townsend from Washington state to Massachusetts. fish company uses a bike to Families are using the bikes deliver hundreds of pounds of to do everything they did on four salmon to local markets. wheels — schlepping kids to A mom who regularly school, hauling groceries or runshuttles her two kids around ning errands — without the hastown once tried to haul a twin

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sle of finding parking. Some do it to help the environment in a small way or get exercise, while others say it is an easier, more fun way to get around. “[Our] bike has turned into our go everywhere minivan,” said Julian Davies, a Seattle physician who regularly hauls his two kids in a cargo bike. Companies also are using bikes to deliver beer around Portland, Ore., collect recycling in Cambridge, Mass., or pick up dirty laundry in Philadelphia. TURN

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$ Briefly . . . Nonprofit fetes 16th year with Founder’s Award PORT TOWNSEND — ECHHO — Ecumenical Christian Helping Hands Organization — celebrated its 16th anniversary with an open house at Port Townsend’s First Presbyterian Church. About 30 volunteers and friends were in attendance as board chair Hank Hazen asked ECHHO founders Bruce and Jeanette Travis to present this year’s Founder’s Award to Mary Brunner and Nellie Dunnet. Brunner and Dunnet have been ECHHO volunteers since the organization’s founding in 1997. Other attendees included Chester Prudhomme and Mac Magary, both of whom were recognized for their volunteer service as drivers with the highest mileage totals. ECHHO is a nonprofit organization that works with volunteers and community organizations to provide transportation, chores, social support and medical equipment to Jefferson County residents to “help them continue to live independently.” In 2012, ECHHO served 970 area residents, providing more than 3,000 services. For more information, contact Executive Director Ken Dane at 360-379-3246 or ken@echhojc.org.

New product lines SEQUIM — Brian’s Sporting Goods & More has added new clothing lines for men and women. It has added the Helly Hansen and Under Armour brands for men and Columbia Sportswear and Woolrich lines for women. Brian’s Sporting Goods is located at 609 W. Washington St., No. 21. For more information, phone Brian’s at 360-683-1950.

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Forest steward certifies Hoh River Trust practices PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

and murrelets,” Hagen said. The marbled murrelet is a FORKS — The Hoh River small sea bird that lives in oldTrust, which owns 6,600 acres of growth forests near the ocean. land on a 35-mile stretch of the Hagen added that the forests Hoh River, recently obtained Forcan develop old-growth forest est Stewardship Council certifistructure of big trees, complex cation of their practices, which branching structures and continthe trust says protect drinking THE ASSOCIATED PRESS uous vegetation from the ground water and habitat for endanto canopy top in 150 to 200 years. SEATTLE — The Paul gered species while earning reveThe trust’s goal is to get all of G. Allen Family Foundation nue and generating jobs from its land back to this diverse, says it plans to match conharvesting timber. KONP talk guests resilient condition. tributions up to $500,000 The trust Each year, the trust harvests to help a nonprofit group PORT ANGELES — Here is acquired the tim375,000 to 400,000 board feet of conserve land on the Washthis week’s schedule for the ber tracts with lumber from the land, bringing ington coast. 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk the intent to stewThe Nature Conserin about $100,000 in revenue. show segment on KONP radio, at ard the young forvancy in Washington is Hagen said he expects that est into “diverse, 1450 AM, 101.7 FM and www. trying to buy and preserve amount to increase as more resilient stands konp.com on the Internet outside 3 miles of private land stands of trees reach an age at that support a the Port Angeles area. Hagen along the Queets River on which they can be thinned. range of native Station General Manager the Olympic Peninsula. The forest council’s certificaspecies.” Todd Ortloff hosts the Monday tion both provides a framework Past landowners replanted through Thursday segments. TURN TO QUEETS/A12 for good, sustainable land manThis week’s scheduled lineup: trees in dense, homogeneous agement and access to the susplantations. ■ Monday: Clallam County tainable lumber market, he said. The trust now removes weak Sheriff Bill Benedict. The trust’s lands get the same According to the trust, the ■ Tuesday: To be announced. and smaller trees which, it says, amount of annual rain as the thinning work has also appealed will bring the stand to natural ■ Wednesday: To be Hoh Rain Forest in nearby Olymto the hunters and anglers who stocking density, reduce competi- pic National Park, encouraging announced. like to use the trust’s land. ■ Thursday: In the first seg- tion for light and nutrient rapid growth. It has opened up many 1-acre ment, Port Angeles Mayor Cherie resources and allow the larger sized clearings where small trees to grow faster. Kidd with the middle school child Rapid growth plants can grow, attracting elk to “We are accelerating tree who won “Mayor for a Day” conforage and calve, Hagen said. “Spruce trees grow very growth through thinning,” said test. For more on the Hoh River Mike Hagen, executive director of quickly with broad branches and provide habitat for spotted owls TURN TO BRIEFLY/A12 the trust. Trust, visit hohrivertrust.org.

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$ Briefly . . . CONTINUED FROM A11 In the second segment, Clallam County Public Utility District’s Mike Howe, communications director.

Region/State King tides rising OLYMPIA — The high winter tides known as “king tides” are rising on Washington coastal waters this month and next. The state Ecology Department says they are a normal and naturally occurring event. But they offer a glimpse of how rising sea levels from climate change could affect the shorelines. The department is asking the public to share photos of high tides through its website, www.tinyurl.com/ PDNtides.

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OLYMPIA — The state Board of Natural Resources is purchasing 1,209 acres of forestland in Jefferson, Clallam, Lewis and Snohomish counties from Manke Lumber Co., a private timber firm. The purchase includes 377 acres in two parcels south of Port Angeles in Clallam County and 38 acres west of Quilcene in Jefferson County. Management of the lands — which border existing state trust lands — will enhance stream and wildlife habit while providing public school construction revenue, according to Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark, who chairs the Board of Natural Resources and leads DNR. “In addition to generating long-term revenue for public schools, these lands will remain sustainable working forests that continue to provide clean water

Gold futures settled a bit lower Friday to tally a loss of 1.7 percent for the week. Prices failed to fully recover from steeper losses earlier in the session as traders reacted to a stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs report for November. February gold fell $2.90, or 0.2 percent, to settle at $1,229 an ounce. It had fallen to as low as about $1,214 right after the jobs data, rebounded to trade at highs around $1,242, then pulled back again. Prices lost 1.7 percent for the week, according to FactSet data, tracking the most-active contracts. March silver closed at $19.52 an ounce, down almost 5 cents, or 0.2 percent, on Comex after a 1.3 percent loss in the previous session. Prices saw a 2.6 percent weekly loss. January platinum lost $7.20, or 0.5 percent, to $1,356.30 an ounce with prices ending 0.9 percent lower for the week. Peninsula Daily News and The Associated Press

Queets CONTINUED FROM A11 The group says the land supports important salmon runs and a rich forest ecosystem, and the landowner is willing to sell. The nonprofit group said Friday that the foundation is offering a 50 percent match on all donations toward the acquisition through the end of the month. and excellent wildlife habitat under DNR’s management,” Goldmark said. Known as the Tri-Region Acquisition, the $3.8 million purchase will be funded by proceeds from previous sales of state lands that did not meet DNR’s trust management and revenue goals.

Queries over U.S.-Russia copter deal BY RICHARD LARDNER WASHINGTON — The deal looked sketchy from the start. To outfit Afghanistan’s security forces with new helicopters, the Pentagon bypassed U.S. companies and turned instead to Moscow for dozens of Russian Mi-17 rotorcraft at a cost of more than $1 billion. Senior Pentagon officials assured skeptical members of Congress that the Department of Defense had made the right call. They repeatedly cited a top-secret 2010 study they said named the Mi-17 as the superior choice. Turns out the study told a very different story, according to unclassified excerpts obtained by The Associated Press. The U.S. Army’s workhorse Chinook, built by Boeing in Pennsylvania, was found to be “the most cost-effective single platform type fleet for the Afghan Air Force over a twenty year” period, according to the excerpts. Lawmakers who were following the copter deal were stunned. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, the Senate’s No. 2 GOP leader and one of the most vocal critics of the contract, said the Defense Department “repeatedly and disingenuously” used the study to prove the necessity of buying Mi-17s. More than two years since the Mi-17 contract was signed, a veil of secrecy still obscures the pact despite its high-dollar

value, the potential for fraud and waste, and accusations the Pentagon muffled important information. The unprecedented arms deal also serves as a reminder to a war-weary American public that Afghanistan will remain heavily dependent on U.S. financial support even after its combat troops depart.

Questions asked “So why are we buying Russian helicopters when there are American manufacturers that can meet that very same requirement?” Cornyn asked. As recently as September, Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter cited the study in a letter to House members defending the decision. Just a few weeks after the secret study was completed, Army Secretary John McHugh wrote in a 2011 memo “that the Mi-17 stands apart” when compared with other helicopters. The Pentagon denies it misled Congress. A senior department official said the study was focused on long-term requirements and not the immediate needs of the Afghan military, which were best met by the Mi-17. Also, U.S. commanders in Afghanistan wanted the Mi-17 because it is durable, easy-to-operate and the Afghan forces had experience flying it, according to the official, who was not authorized to be identified as the source of the information. TURN

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NEW YORK — Employment news was good news for the stock market at the end of last week. Stocks rose sharply after the government reported a fourth straight month of solid U.S. job gains, the latest encouraging sign for the economy. The strengthening job market focused investors on the nation’s improving economy instead of concerns about the Federal Reserve’s stimulus, snapping a five-day losing streak for stocks. Stocks had been falling after a string of positive economic reports made investors worry that the Fed would soon pull back on its $85 billion in monthly bond purchases, which have kept long-term interest rates low and supported the stock market. Now that hiring is showing consistent strength, investors seem to be letting go of their worry that the economy isn’t ready for the Fed to start weaning the U.S. off that stimulus. Employers added 203,000 jobs last month after adding 200,000 in October, the Labor Department announced before the U.S. stock market opened on Friday. November’s job gain helped lower the unemployment rate to 7 percent from 7.3 percent in October. Stocks jumped at the open and moved higher throughout the day. The Dow Jones industrial average rose by as much as 200 points in early afternoon trading before easing back slightly before the close.

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Cargo: Heavy hauler CONTINUED FROM A11 a wheelbarrow-like box or shelf, in front or back. Some cost between Delivering salmon by bike has been good public- $1,000 and $5,000. “If you want to park your ity for Rick Oltman, whose company bikes can be spot- car, this is the way to go,� ted in Port Townsend. said Joel Grover, co-owner “People wave. We have of Splendid Cycles in Porthuge fan clubs,� said Olt- land, Ore. man, owner of Cape Cleare The shop opened four Fishery. years ago mostly to sell to “It’s not to save the businesses, but quickly world. began catering to families “It’s mostly that we enjoy who wanted wheels to hanbicycling. My butt was get- dle more than one kid. ting flat sitting in a white “We’re reaching a point van, and I didn’t want to do where all these cities are that anymore.� encouraging people to go places by bike,� co-owner ‘Picking up steam’ Barb Grover said. Cargo bikes are common in countries like Denmark Easier to park and The Netherlands, but Seattle dad Davies has they’re catching on in the logged about 2,000 miles on U.S. his cargo bike. Companies such XtracyA rain cover and electric cle, Yuba and Metrofiets are assist helps him power catering to this niche, while through Seattle’s rain and major bike makers like hilly terrain. Trek are also developing His two young kids sit in their own lines. It’s still in the early a large front box built adopter phase, but “it’s between the handlebars picking up steam,� said and front wheel. It’s more convenient to Andy Clarke, president of the League of American take the bike for errands because it’s easier to park, Bicyclists. “It’s a reflection of the he said. But he enjoys the social growing utility of cycling aspect of being able to chat and the propensity to use bikes for more and more with his kids as he rides. Madi Carlson, 41, reguactivities. “It’s giving people more larly schlepps her two young kids along with their options and flexibility.� Cargo bikes can refer to bikes on her pink long-tail any bike that hauls heavy bike, which has kids seats mounted over the rear of loads. Many models out now the bike. The three usually cover are built to handle multiple people or loads up to about about 10 miles a day, riding 400 pounds on a single between school, home, playdates and errands. frame. The Seattle mom considThey can be a foot or two longer than typical bikes, ers it a challenge to carry and are often outfitted with absurd loads.

Copter CONTINUED FROM A12 There’s no dispute that heavy-duty helicopters capable of quickly moving Afghan troops and supplies are essential to accomplishing that mission. But the decision to acquire them from Russia has achieved the rare feat in a deeply divided Congress of finding common ground among Republicans and Democrats. Why, lawmakers from both political parties have demanded, is the U.S. purchasing military gear from Russia? After all, Russia has sold advanced weapons to repressive government in Syria and Iran, sheltered NSA leaker Edward Snowden, and been criticized by the State Department for adopting laws that restrict human rights.

‘Sorely misguided’ On top of all that, corruption is rampant in Russia’s defense industry, they say, heightening concerns that crooked government officials and contractors are lining their pockets with American money. “The lack of straightforward information from the Pentagon on the ability of American-made helicopters to meet the mission in Afghanistan is but another factor severely undermining their credibility and justification for pursuing this sorely misguided procurement,� said Rep. Rosa DeLauro, a highranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee.

She once tried to haul a box spring mattress, and made it six blocks before she had to call her husband for a lift. “That damn box spring,� she laughed. “That’s one of the problems with cargo bikes. You just want to carry bigger and more exciting loads. “You just want to see what you can do.� Carlson’s enthusiasm has caught on. Two friends have bought similar cargo bikes and have started riding. “Sometimes just seeing one person do it plants a seed,� she said.

Safe bike paths As for safety, Carlson said she bikes slowly and defensively and sticks to dedicated bike paths where possible. “I worry a lot more about accidents in the car,� she said. Randy Swart, director of the Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute, said he hasn’t seen studies on cargo bike safety, but “most of them seem very stable.� He added: “From what I’ve seen, not from scientific evidence, they seem like a pretty reasonable solution for carrying kids.� The American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines recommends not taking infants under a year old on bicycles. It says children should ride in a bicycle-towed child trailer, wear helmets and be strapped in. It warns of risks of serious injury when carrying a young child on a bike.

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Realtors in Jefferson County and Sequim recently recognized first responders in honor of First Responder Day. ABOVE: Members of the Jefferson County Association of Realtors presented home-baked treats and thank-you cards to Jefferson County police, sheriff and fire departments. From left are Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office employees Chris Reynolds, Candace Clark, Eric Egnew, Kelly Greenspane and Brian Tracer. BELOW: Sequim Association of Realtors members delivered holiday gift baskets to Clallam County Fire District No. 3 stations in Sequim and Carlsborg, Olympic Ambulance, the State Patrol and the Sequim Police Department. From left are association members Sheryl Payseno Burley and Bernt Nesset; State Patrol Lt. Geoffrey Jacobson; association members Arthur Buhrer, Cindy Smith and Marcus Oden; and State Patrol staffer Puri Heacock.

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WASHINGTON — The threat of sudden climate change disaster — from the poles melting to farmlands failing — is real and requires an early warning system, according to an expert scientific panel. Looking at “tipping points� for global warming disasters, the National Research Council panel report on “abrupt� climate impacts finds noteworthy risks of sharp, sudden sealevel rise, water shortages, and extinctions worldwide in coming years and decades. “Climate change is real, it is happening now, and we need to deal with it,� says James White of the University of Colorado, Boulder, who headed the panel, which released its report last week. “Step No. 1 is to recognize the points where we stand on the threshold of abrupt impacts.� Ultimately, the report envisions an abrupt climate impact early warning system that would be integrated into existing warning systems for droughts, floods, or other disasters and that would build off current ecological monitoring networks. An Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report released earlier this year concluded it was “very likely� that burning fossil fuels and other industrial activities were responsible for global warming, most notably more than half of the 1.3°F (0.72°C) rise in average surface temperatures worldwide since 1951. Worries about tipping points in the climate and resulting abrupt climate

disasters, such as ocean currents halting or “runaway� global warming, have figured in climate science for more than a decade, most notably in a 2002 NRC report and in warnings from Columbia University climate scientist James Hansen. The new report differs from past ones in taking continued global warming as inevitable and looking for impacts on humanity and animals, not just geophysical and weather effects like melting glaciers or drought. “The report is a break from the past in that it includes abrupt changes in the environment that can result from even small, steady increases in temperature or other climate change effects,� says geoscientist Peter Clark of Oregon State University in Corvallis, who was not on the report panel. “I think that is an important point [that] the report is making.�

Ice, water, extinction Panelists examined a wide range of abrupt climate impacts, ranging from the collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet to sharp drops in ocean oxygen levels. “The rate of climate

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change now underway is probably as fast as any warming event in the past 65 million years, and it is projected that its pace over the next 30 to 80 years will continue to be faster and more intense,� the report says. In coming decades, the report forecasts a high risk of the disappearance of summertime Arctic sea ice — an abrupt climate change impact already under way — and extinctions in the ocean and on land. Rapid ecological shifts that threaten farmland as well as wildlife across broad regions, such as tropical forests, are rated as a “moderate� risk.

Unknown risks An abrupt slide of the vast West Antarctic Ice Sheet into the ocean would suddenly sink coasts worldwide under 10 to 13 feet of water. The report rates the risk of this calamity as “unknown� although probably low for this century.

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“Unknown means we should be studying this question intently, not pretending it isn’t there,� White says. The report does downplay some past scenarios for abrupt climate threats. These included the sudden cessation of Atlantic currents that bring warmer weather to northern Europe — the fear on which the 2004 movie “The Day After Tomorrow� was loosely based — and the sudden release of methane, an atmosphere-warming greenhouse gas that is now frozen in permafrost across the Northern Hemisphere. Clark says those assessments agree with more recent studies. However, paleoclimate expert Thomas M. Cronin of the U.S. Geological Survey office in Reston, Va., expressed caution about the report’s conclusion that abrupt climate change would likely drive coral extinctions in the ocean or wipe out species in tropical forests. In the latter case, he said, “it is hard to separate human effects, or the timescale of possible extinctions.� On the other hand, Cronin also suggested that the report underplays the threat of the Atlantic Ocean’s circulation disas-

trously halting, or the sudden release of large quantities of methane from warming Arctic permafrosts.

Climate monitoring Such disagreement underlines the need for more monitoring of ocean and ice temperatures, and species and weather conditions worldwide, White suggests. “Knowledge is always good. It is always better to have more knowledge about what is going on,� he says. “But we are seeing declines in funding of monitoring of climate, just at the time when we need it most.� The report does not lay out a cost for an abrupt climate impact early warning system. But White points to disasters such as the $68 billion in damages caused by Hurricane Sandy last year for perspective. Regarding monitoring, he says, “the cost would be not much weighed against the trillions of dollars of assets at risk on the coasts.� The National Research Council is a nonprofit group in Washington that frequently oversees studies on major scientific questions. This study was commissioned by several government agencies.

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When I retire, call me Millennial The Eskimos have all those words for snow, and it seems the MY SON MAX is a 25-yearonly language we have for old singer and songwriter who expressing success is numeric. goes by the moniker Dolfish. It may be a universal lanWhen my friends ask how his guage, but it’s an impoverished career is going, I say, “There’s a one. girl in Indiana with Dolfish tatMaybe we need a word for tooed on her arm,” although that “never having to sit in a meeting doesn’t exactly answer their where someone reads long question. PowerPoint slides out loud.” They know Max was signed to Maybe we should have an an indie record label when he expression that captures the was 23. level of success you’ve achieved They know he tours a lot and when you do exactly what you has been reviewed by some love every day. important music sites and even Max gets up when he likes by mainstream magazines. and does what he loves. They know these things He avoids most of the things because I send them links with that most of us numerically sucmessages like this: cessful people complain about all “Paste says Max is a ‘remarkthe time: racing from one unreaably strong songwriter . . . worth sonable deadline to the next, sitfollowing his yelp down whatever ting in unproductive meetings future path he explores.’” and watching simple things Or this from American Songmade complicated by committees. writer, describing Max as having And he doesn’t want for much, “a unique voice and lo-fi mindset” largely because he’s smart (I assume a lo-fi mindset is a enough to know that the only good thing). way to be rich is to want little. What my friends don’t know He takes no money from his is how to measure any of this on parents. the only scale most of us have. If he doesn’t make enough You know, the one the IRS from a particular tour to cover uses. the next few months, he gets jobs And to be honest, I’m not sure substitute teaching. how to answer the question Somehow he manages to save either. a little money. How successful is Max’s music So recently, while on vacation, career? I was sitting on the beach with What is a tattoo on the forearm my friend Dale, a 62-year-old of a 20-something in a mediumhospital administrator, successful size Midwestern state worth? by every measure.

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The author, left, writes that his son isn’t conventionally successful, and yet, “Max gets up when he likes and does what he loves.” He was lamenting that our families’ vacations were about to end and he would have to go back to the daily grind. He described what he was going to do in a few years when he retires. “I’m going to wake up when I want and take a long bike ride,” he said. “Then I’m going to read. I love to read. “I’m going to finally learn to

play the hammered dulcimer. “And if I need a little extra cash, I’ll work a few hours a week as a physical therapist, which was my first career and first love before I got an MBA and ended up herding cats.” Am I crazy, I thought, or is Dale describing Max’s life? My friend, who has everything, is working his tail off, making maximum contributions to his 401(k) and buying rental

properties, so he can afford to have the life of someone who has none of the trappings of success. Then I thought about what I want to do when I retire. My plan is pretty much the same as my friend’s. Basically I want to do what I did when I was in my 20s, before I “succeeded.” I want to write novels and teach part-time at a university. And travel, which I don’t have time to do now but managed to do when I was young and poor. So we live and learn. But in between the learning, I worry about Max. Will he ever be able to get a loan from a bank? Take his family on a vacation? Can he even afford to have a family? And if so, will he have health insurance and all those other things we all acquire in that long middle career before we retire to what we love? I also worry about whether he will have trouble finding that career if his music fails him. In short, will he become us some day? But for now, here’s the answer I give when people ask me if Max’s career is a success. I say: “It’s off the charts. He’s living the life of a millionaire retiree.”

________ This essay originally appeared in The New York Times.

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“I believe they will go all the way. They have a good-working team going. They have the defense and a pretty darn good offense going right now.”

“I’m not a real football aficionado, but I’d love to see them win it all so I can stop calling them the Seachickens. It seems that for the last 25 years, they always fumble at the end.”

“I think they’ll go all the way to the Super Bowl. I think they’ll go there and win it, too. The coaching staff is great. Pete Carroll has done wonders with this team.”

“All the way to the Super Bowl, but they won’t win it. They always seem to choke at the end. They get to the end but don’t win. But it’s been fabulous to watch them recently.”

“Seattle’s going to win against Denver. When it comes to stats, they are doing the best, and for playability, I don’t think Denver can beat us.”

“All the way. They’re really rocking it. So far, they’ve done quite well. I’ve been watching them, and they keep winning and winning. They have a lot of good players that play hard.”

“They might go to the Super Bowl. They’ve a chance, since they’ve been playing really good lately. I moved from California years ago, so I’m still a 49 fan. Hope Seattle doesn’t beat the 49ers.”

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Peninsula Voices by the Brannon family. Salmon require fine I have to dispute the letgravel and slow water to ter to the editor in the spawn. Dec. 5 Peninsula Daily Fast water will expose News [“Fish ladders”]. their eggs to predation. Actually, the lower 5 The lower 5 miles is miles of the river were nearly all slow water. ideal spawning grounds. There is very little slow There was no gravel water above the lower dam shortage, according to Dr. site. Ernie Brannon, head of The state fisheries peofisheries for the University ple of the early 1900s were of Idaho and a Port Angenot stupid. les native. They knew the Elwha I have video of his salmon mostly spawned in father, Ernie Brannon Sr., the lower river, and there walking out into the Elwha were so many of them, it River and gaffing big fish did not really matter out of a full river to obtain weather or not the dam eggs for the hatchery. didn’t have a fish ladder. That video was taken in The problem now and the 1960s, which was 50 probably in the future is years after the dams were that the lower river is built, and was given to me polluted with an enormous

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amount of silt and probably will continue to be so indefinitely. Silt smothers salmon eggs, which must have oxygen to survive. A demonstration installation of a system that allows young salmon to avoid the turbines was installed at the lower dam about 30 years ago. It showed a 98-plus percent effectiveness. But it wasn’t what the dam busters wanted to see. Marv Chastain, Port Angeles

Those ‘white lies’ Recently, when listening to TV, I heard our so-called leader say that the majority of the people wanted the Affordable Care Act.

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“Super Bowl bound. They’re really coming together. They have Beast Mode, Russell Wilson is great, and they have lots of depth. And the 12th Man is absolutely electrifying.”

aliens legal status. This means we (the working people as well as retirees) have to provide millions of people with health care. Our premiums as well as our taxes keep going up and up and up. I could go on about Obama’s godly attitude, thinking he is smarter than the people he represents. He knows little about the 2,000 pages of the Affordable Care Act. But it’s not his fault. The dog ate it before he had a chance to read it. Patsy Setzer, Sequim

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Peninsula Voices CONTINUED FROM A14 visualize the telephone poles gone, beach grass The changing of the growing, parking space for road and installation of a about 20 cars, the road new bridge will help with gently curving right and a flooding and remove the new, wider, safer bridge. A existing sharp curve. big thanks to all those peoNot only will the 3 ple making the 3 Crabs Crabs restoration project restoration project happen. make the area more attracLee Bowen, tive and enhance fish and Sequim, wildlife, it should increase property values. Health care Stop by and see for I am responding to the yourself how much better the area already looks, and writers of two letters to the

editor, “Health care 1” and “Health care 2” in the Nov. 26 “Peninsula Voices.” The first addresses the issue of rising long-termcare insurance premiums. To the retired long-term care specialist, I would ask: What do our policies buy? There is no guarantee of the type or quality of care we can receive. Two to three months in a skilled care facility would be covered by $15,000 without ensuring we would be able

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to decide when to get up, where and when to eat, privacy to bathe and to know the same caregivers every shift in our “neighborhood.” To the second writer who speaks of “Obamacare” fantasy and the burden of taxpayer-supported Medicaid, I would say we have a chance to improve health care reform, not trash it. It’s been a rumbling volcano of anger and frustration for years. People in need, not just

the elderly who have worked and saved all their lives, face financial ruin when health declines. My sister planned financially for her retirement years but was humbled by having to apply for Medicaid the last year of life, which ended with a sixmonth stay in a local skilled facility that agreed to accept her reduced payment. There are issues to

explore as a community. The state Legislature is addressing the complexities of health decline and aging. A few facilities in this state provide residentdirected care for privatepay and Medicaid residents. If you needed help, where would you turn? Pauline Olsen, Sequim Olsen is a retired registered nurse.

Brains flush toxic waste in sleep ing the daytime,” said one of the study authors, neurosurgeon Maiken Nedergaard at the University NEW YORK — While we sleep, of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y. our bodies may be resting, but our Those byproducts include betabrains are busy taking out the amyloid protein, clumps of which trash. form plaques found in the brains A new study, published in the of Alzheimer’s patients. journal Science, has found the Staying up all night could prebrain’s cleanup system, responsivent the brain from getting rid of ble for flushing out toxic-waste these toxins as efficiently — and products that cells produce with explain why sleep deprivation has daily use, goes into overdrive in such strong and immediate consemice that are asleep. quences. The cells even shrink in size to Too little sleep causes mental make for easier cleaning of the fog, crankiness and increased spaces around them. risks of migraine and seizure. Scientists say this nightly selfRats deprived of all sleep die clean provides a compelling biolog- within weeks. Although as essential and uniical reason for the restorative versal as air and water, sleep is a power of sleep. riddle that has baffled scientists “Sleep puts the brain in and philosophers for centuries. another state where we clean out Last year, Nedergaard and her all the byproducts of activity durPENINSULA DAILY NEWS NEWS SERVICES

colleagues discovered a network that drains waste from the brain, which they dubbed the glymphatic system. It works by circulating cerebrospinal fluid throughout the brain tissue and flushing any resulting waste into the bloodstream, which then carries it to the liver for detoxification. Nedergaard then became curious about how the glymphatic system behaves during the sleepwake cycle. An imaging technique called two-photon microscopy enabled the scientists to watch the movement of cerebrospinal fluid through a live mouse brain in real time. “During sleep, the cerebrospinal fluid flushed through the brain very quickly and broadly,” said another of the study’s

authors, University of Rochester neuropharmacologist Lulu Xie. As another experiment revealed, sleep causes the space between cells to increase by 60 percent, allowing the flow to increase. “Brain cells shrink when we sleep, allowing fluid to enter and flush out the brain,” Nedergaard said. The researchers also found that the harmful beta-amyloid protein clears out of the brain twice as fast in a sleeping rodent as in an up-and-about one.

Impact on diseases New York University cell biologist and Alzheimer’s specialist Ralph Nixon, who was not involved in the study, said the findings could be of great interest

to the Alzheimer’s research community. For instance, the overproduction of beta-amyloid could be linked to the development of the disease. But he said these new findings hint that the lack of clearing it out might be the bigger problem. Other neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s disease or chronic traumatic encephalopathy are also associated with a backup of too much cell waste in the brain. An MRI diagnostic test for glymphatic clearance is in the works by Nedergaard and her colleagues. She also believes a drug could be developed to force a cleanup if necessary, perhaps by mimicking the sleep-wake cycle.

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rants & Raves Rave of the Week RAVE OF RECOGNITION to Cloud 9 Bada Bean! Bada Bloom! coffee in Port Angeles for responding to a customer’s suggestion on a very cold Thursday morning that the guys setting the steel beams on the Lauridsen Boulevard bridge might like a little Christmas cheer. They stepped up to provide free coffee for the crew several times during the day.

. . . and other Raves RAVE TO LOCAL business, Swain’s General Store [Port Angeles] for not falling into the greed of sacrificing employee family time for a few bucks on Thanksgiving evening. BELATED RAVES TO 7 Cedars [Blyn] for its Veterans Day generosity. Just want to say thank you and how touched my neighbors (veterans) and I were for that meal that night. A VERY SPECIAL thankyou rave to Jonathan Boehme of the city of Port Angeles for his time and help with a Stormwater

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Green Infrastructure Rebate Program 2013 application. It was due by Saturday, Nov. 30, but with the Thanksgiving recess and Friday closure, the application needed to be completed on Wednesday. Jonathan also was able to take the necessary photos and assist the homeowners in correctly completing their application.

support and involvement over the past three years as well. It’s making a difference for kids.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Forks Middle School students and staff for first-quarter success of more than 215 students (240 total enrollment) eligible for the first quarter PBIS [Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support] Rewards and field trip to the skating rink in Port Angeles for zero office-discipline referrals and the more than 195 who attended. Thank you, Soroptimists, for sponsoring the trip and for your

RAVES TO THE Sequim Police Department and especially Officer (Rick) Larsen. It’s amazing to be in a community where an off-duty officer on his way to pick up family and head to the Seattle Seahawks game would so graciously take his time to help Sequim Safeway employees stop a felony shoplifter. Without your help, the shoplifter would have made off with more than $600 worth of merchandise.

HOLIDAY RAVE TO the people who live on the North Olympic Peninsula to set aside their rants this month and focus on our good fortune to live in this safe and peaceful part of our country. Happy holidays!

Officer Larsen, we honor and thank you. RAVES TO THE Dec. 1 ranter who expressed loving respect for the Ediz Hook [Port Angeles] cats, but a rant because he or she didn’t know being picked up by animal control is not a death sentence. We’re lucky: Our Olympic Peninsula Humane Society shelter is low-kill, euthanizing mainly terminally ill animals.

Rant a to of the Week A MAJOR RANT to the inconsiderate drinkers who d i k h think nothing of tossing their beer cans out of their cars and littering the roadside, especially on O’Brien Road [east of Port Angeles], although it’s everywhere, if you haven’t noticed. Do drinkers toss the can to hide their booze from the police, or do they toss them to hide their drinking from their parents? Shameful.

. . . and other Rants HUGE RANT TO leaving

cats on Ediz Hook. They don’t belong there. The feral cats are killing all of the small birds that live on the Hook. The cats need to be removed. If you like cats, then please take them home with you where you can provide a good home for them.

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STATE CHAMPS! Red Devils win second football title BY LEE HORTON PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

TACOMA — Nothing was going to keep Neah Bay from being state champions this year. Not sore hamstrings or bangedup knees. Not the Touchet Indians. And certainly not a 12-0 deficit. Touchet grabbed an early lead by scoring touchdowns on its first two drives, but Neah Bay put up 36 straight points to beat the Indians 36-18 and claim the 1B football state championship at the Tacoma Dome. “We had to win,” Red Devils quarterback Josiah Greene said after Friday’s game . “It was our senior year, we just had to come in here and win.” The championship trophy is the second Neah Bay has earned in three years, and one the Red Devils could appreciate after falling to Liberty Christian on a lastsecond touchdown in 2012. DAVID WILLOUGHBY/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS “I missed this feeling a lot,” Neah Bay lineman Carl Mack (39) and teammates Tyus McGee (1), Tyler McCaulley (32), Bill Hanson, top, Ezekiel junior John Reamer said. “We just wanted to get that Greene (26) and Grayson Porter (18) show off the state championship trophy after the Red Devils beat Touchet 36-18 at the Tacoma Dome. gold ball back to Neah Bay.”

Another slow start When Touchet built that 12-0 lead on first-quarter touchdown passes by Elias Martinez, the Red Devils stuck to their game plan. They didn’t make major adjustments, and they didn’t panic. Besides, it isn’t a new scenario for Neah Bay, which trailed both Cusick and Lummi 14-0 in the quarterfinals and semifinals. “We just get real mad,” senior Ezekiel Greene said of the change that happens after the Red Devils spot a team a couple of touchdowns. “And then we know we have a lot of time on the clock, and it’s 8-man [football], anything can happen.” But this wasn’t a typical anything-can-happen comeback. There were no passes over the top of the defense or misdirection plays. The Red Devils instead doled out a heavy dose of Josiah Greene

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and Cody Cummins grinding out yards with runs up the middle that was elixir for Neah Bay and poison for Touchet. “Touchet played really good. I was expecting that; I was expecting it to be a tough game,” Red Devils coach Tony McCaulley said. “We pretty much did what we wanted offensively. We used the clock and ran the ball, and were successful doing that. “Our defense struggled in the beginning, like usual, but I was happy — I was happy with the outcome.” Although the Indians struggled to stop Neah Bay, the Red Devils still faced adversity. Cummins and blocking fullback Tyler McCaulley, who came into the game already nursing a hamstring injury — were in and out of the game during the second half due to injuries. TURN

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PORT ANGELES — New season, new Roughriders. Port Angeles moved to 2-0 on the season by holding off Olympic 74-72 in Olympic League boys basketball action. Last year, the Riders finished near the bottom of the league, while the Trojans shared the league championship with Sequim. Port Angeles had four players score in double figures, led by junior Hunter Hathaway with 21 points. Hayden Gunderson scored 19, which included making 6 of 7 free throws. As a team, Port Angles was 21-30 at the free-throw line. Derek Schumacher scored 12 points, blocked five shots and grabbed five rebounds for the Riders, and Brady Konopaski finished with 12 points and five assists.

Part of that philosophy is that everybody plays an important role for the state champiTACOMA — The stateons. champion Neah Bay football At halftime of Neah Bay’s team follows the credo that state championship win over nobody is above the team. Touchet, Red Devils head coach “Not the coach, not any Tony McCaulley got a tip from players,” Red Devils head coach above. Tony McCaulley said after FriVolunteer coaches Eric day’s win over Touchet at the Johnson Sr. and Eric Johnson Tacoma Dome. Jr., who watched the game “And that’s how we live our from the press box, noticed the life in our locker room, and it Indians were focused on shows out here on things like defending fullback Tyler McCaulley. this [state championship].” BY LEE HORTON

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So Neah Bay used the younger McCaulley as a decoy. This opened up space for running back Cody Cummins as well as bootleg runs for quarterback Josiah Greene. Leading 14-12 at the intermission, the Red Devils opened the second half with a 12-play drive — all 12 plays were runs by either Greene or Cummins — that took up over six minutes and concluded with a 3-yard touchdown run by Cummins. TURN

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Rider boys Hot shooting leads Sequim hold off Olympic past Redskins PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

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SEQUIM — Sequim’s boys and girls basketball teams got the best of their Port Townsend counterparts in an Olympic League doubleheader at Rick Kaps Gymnasium. The Sequim girls used the 3-point shot to edge the Redskins 49-46 in the opener, while the boys team ran away from Redskins in a 62-38 thumping. Wolves senior post Alexas Besand stepped out beyond the 3-point line three times in the early going, rolling up 13 of her game-high 20 points in the first quarter to give Sequim an early 15-14 lead. Besand added one more 3 on the night. As a team, Sequim finished with eight 3-pointers — 24 of their 49 points came from beyond the arc. “[Depending on the 3-pointer] wasn’t necessarily in the game plan, but we took what their Girls Basketball defense was giving us, and Alexas Port Angeles 50, had the hot hand early,” Sequim Olympic 45 coach Evan Still said after FriBREMERTON — Maddy Hin- day’s game. When Port Townsend switched richs sealed the Roughriders’ win into a 3-2 and later 1-2-2 zone with four consecutive points. defense to try and limit the outTURN TO PREPS/B4 side shot, Still went to the basics

of basketball, telling his Wolves to “stay patient and move the ball around against the zone to find the open man.” “We have a good number of girls on the team that can hit from outside, and they showed that,” Still added. “It feels really nice to start the season with a win.” Port Townsend’s Jayde Richardson scored 12 of her team-high 15 points in the first half, giving the Redskins what would be their biggest lead of the night, 26-20, with 1:09 left in the second quarter.

Long-range comeback Besand splashed a triple for Sequim just before halftime to cut the Port Townsend lead to 26-23 at the half. The game stayed tight throughout the third quarter. Sophomore Jordan Miller hit a pair of 3-pointers for Sequim, including a trey from the left wing with five seconds left in the period that cut Port Townsend’s lead to 34-33 entering the fourth quarter. Sequim’s Melanie Guan tied the score at 36-all with a 3-pointer with 7:20 to play in the game. Guan added five free throws in the fourth, scoring eight of her 10 points in the final frame. Port Townsend struggled to score in the fourth quarter with Sequim pressuring the Redskins into multiple turnovers and missed shots in the paint. The Redskins suffered scoring droughts of 2:25 and 2:36 in the eight-minute period. “Going into the fourth quarter

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Port Townsend’s Patricia Reeves, left, looks to get past the defense of Sequim’s Elise Beuke. I thought they looked more tired than we were,” Port Townsend coach Randy Maag said. “Our conditioning is pretty good and I thought it would work in our favor late in the game.” Instead, Sequim kept up the

defensive pressure they had employed all game, using its height advantage to restrict the Redskins’ second-chance opportunities. TURN

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Men’s Basketball: First Federal Pirate Classic: Blue Angels vs. Northwest Indian College, 1 p.m.; Grays Harbor Community College at Peninsula College, 3 p.m.

Monday Boys Basketball: Clallam Bay at Forks, 7 p.m. Girls Basketball: Clallam Bay at Forks, 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday Boys Basketball: Rainier Christian at Quilcene, 6:30 p.m.; Port Angeles at Central Kitsap, 7 p.m.; Crescent at Sequim JV, 7 p.m.; Chimacum at Bellevue Christian, 7 p.m. Girls Basketball: Crescent at Sequim JV, 5:15 p.m.; Rainier Christian at Quilcene, 5 p.m.; Chimacum at Bellevue Christian, 5:30 p.m. Wrestling: Olympic at Port Townsend, 7 p.m.; Port Angeles at North Kitsap, 7 p.m.

Area Sports Bowling LAUREL LANES Thursday Longhouse Market Men’s high game: Fred Pratt, 241; men’s high series: Fred Pratt, 660. Women’s high game: Sandi Gunn, 223; women’s high series: Linda Chansky, 567. Leading team: Olympic Electric. Wednesday Lakeside Big Four Men’s high game: Brandon VanWinkle, 279; men’s high series: Butch Hinzpeter, 716. Leading team: PT Flaggers. Birch’s Molar Bowlers Men’s high game: Geroge Kennedy, 214; men’s high series: Mac Shawver, 571. Women’s high game: Aleta Smith, 194; women’s high series: Aleta Smith, 482. Leading team: Mountaineers. Tuesday, Dec. 3 High score: June Larsen, 183. High series: June Larsen, 497. First place team: Avon/Louise Ensor. Mixed Up Mixed Men’s high game: Bill VanGordon, 279; men’s high series: Bill Van Gordon, 705. Women’s high game: Penni Bailey, 197; women’s high series: Jess Edgmon, 573. Leading team: Security Services NW. Monday, Dec. 2 Baxter Auto Parts Old Timers Men’s high game: Jay Cameron, 215; men’s high series: Jay Cameron, 609. Women’s high game: Mary Jane Birdsong, 178; women’s high series: Joan Wright, 481. Laurel Lanes Seniors Men’s high game: Gill Ramsdell, 168; men’s high series: Jack Shields, 451. Women’s high game: Audre Bower, 171; women’s high series: Audre Bower, 481. Leading team: Sun Flowers. Les Schwab Mixed Majors Men’s high game: DeAndre Harris, 268; men’s high series: Mike VanWinkle, 732. Women’s high game: Karen Paulsen, 223; women’s high series: Karen Paulsen, 590. Leading team: Certified Hearing. Monday Night Mixed Men’s high game: Herb Woods, 201; men’s high series: Mike Machinheimer, 556. Women’s high game: Vahi Burkett, 191; women’s high series: Vahi Burkett, 494. Leading team: Trouble With The Cure.

Golf CEDARS AT DUNGENESS Wednesday Men’s Club Ace Day Gross: Robert Mares, 78; Warren Cortez, 83. Net: Dick McCammon, 74; rian McArdie, 76; JC Schumacher, 76. Closest to pin No. 4 Low division: Robert Mares, 50 ft. 10 in. High division: Richard Koharian, 30 ft. No. 11 Low division: Allen Balla, 37 ft. 8 in. High division: Tim Lane, 34 ft. 9 in. No. 8 Open: Robert Mares, 15 ft. 9 in. SKYRIDGE GOLF COURSE Sunday, Dec. 1 Member’s Extra Putts Day Net: Mike Tipton, 65; Kelly Shea, 68; Gene Potter, 69; Chuck Parrish, 69; John Naples, 69; Mark Willis, 69. Post Turkey Day Tournament Scramble and Better Ball Gross: Jac Osborn and Richard Fisher, 67; Rob Bourms and Robbie Bourms, 68. Net: Doug Lux and Mike Lux, 58.9; Mike Penna and Don Daniels, 61.4; Dan Dougherty and Dan Reeves, 61.7.

Basketball PA PARKS & RECREATION ADULT LEAGUE Standings through Thursday Team W L Anytime Fitness 5 0 Servicemen 5 0 Elwood Allstate 2 2 PA Swimmin’ Hole 2 2 Elwha River Casino 2 3 Skyridge Ridgerunners 2 3 Strait Floor/Wired 1 4 Sunny Farms 0 5

Volleyball PA Parks & Recreation Coed League Standings through Thursday Team W L Lakeside Industries 5 0 Zbaraschuk Dental 5 1 California Horizon 3 2 High Energy Birds 3 3 Serena’s Spikers 1 5 High Grounds/Millet 0 6

Preps Football Friday’s Scores 1B Championship Neah Bay 36, Touchet 18 3A Championship Bellevue 52, Eastside Catholic 20

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Port Angeles swimmer John Macias swam to state-qualifying times in 200-yard individual medley and 200-yard backstroke at the Roughriders’ first home meet of the season Thursday. See Page B4 for more information.

Basketball Friday’s Scores BOYS BASKETBALL Aberdeen 60, Hoquiam 43 Arlington 68, Marysville-Getchell 45 Ballard 54, Newport 42 Bremerton 70, Kingston 53 Central Kitsap 59, Shelton 35 Chewelah 65, Springdale 58 Colfax 71, St. John-Endicott 24 Columbia River 64, Skyview 49 Colville 56, Reardan 46 Crosspoint Academy 69, Klahowya 65 Davenport 64, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 60 Deer Park 75, Medical Lake 56 Eastlake 71, Bothell 66 Everett 55, Cascade (Everett) 44 Foss 47, Stadium 43 Foss 47, Stadium 43 Franklin Pierce 65, Cascade Christian 55 Garfield 57, Issaquah 52 Granger 53, Columbia (Burbank) 38 Hanford 78, Connell 41 Kelso 76, R.A. Long 69 Kennewick 71, Lake Stevens 45 Kittitas 45, Warden 40 Lake Washington 71, Interlake 50 Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 89, Priest River, Idaho 39 Liberty (Spangle) 76, Wilbur-Creston 37 Lynden Christian 79, Concrete 23 Mark Morris 56, Tumwater 45 Marysville-Pilchuck 64, Snohomish 61 Mercer Island 57, Sammamish 48 Moses Lake 65, Southridge 46 Mt. Rainier Lutheran 55, Manson 31 Mt. Spokane 63, East Valley (Spokane) 53 Naches Valley 59, Riverside Christian 34 North Kitsap 59, North Mason 48 Olympia 47, Timberline 45 Overlake School 66, Bush 25 Pomeroy 55, Asotin 51 Port Angeles 74, Olympic 72 Redmond 62, Woodinville 48 River Ridge 76, Decatur 55 Seattle Prep 56, Lakeside (Seattle) 48 Sedro-Woolley 70, Blaine 47 Sehome 93, Nooksack Valley 56 Sequim 62, Port Townsend 38 Shorecrest 58, Kamiak 49 Shorewood Christian 71, Muckleshoot Tribal School 43 Skyline 40, Roosevelt 34 South Kitsap 76, Mount Tahoma 65 Squalicum 43, Ferndale 40 St. George’s 59, Newport 27 Sumner 66, Bonney Lake 35 Tacoma Baptist 70, Willapa Valley 63 Tonasket 69, Liberty Bell 60 Tulalip Heritage 56, Mount Vernon Christian 52 Union 81, Fort Vancouver 34 University Prep 50, Bellevue Christian 38 Walla Walla 73, Davis 61 Washington 85, Chief Leschi 43 Wenatchee 59, Monroe 53 Wishkah Valley 75, Evergreen Lutheran 70, OT Yelm 72, North Thurston 61 Zillah 69, Wapato 59 Auburn Riverside Tipoff Fife 57, Eatonville 29 Kennedy 69, Auburn Mountainview 48 Lewis and Clark Dan Fitzgerald Memorial Basketball Tournament Archbishop Mitty, Calif. 76, Lewis and Clark 39 Lake City, Idaho 61, Mountain View 55 Mead 56, West Valley (Yakima) 48 West Valley (Spokane) 68, Moscow, Idaho 41 Pendleton Red Lion Classic Clarkston 73, Mountain View, Ore. 70 La Grande, Ore. 59, Pasco 36 Sun Dome Tournament Highland 59, Toppenish 51 Quincy 38, Selah 35 GIRLS BASKETBALL Bellarmine Prep 57, Wilson 53 Blaine 57, Sedro-Woolley 13 Bonney Lake 50, Sumner 39 Capital 51, R.A. Long 38 Cashmere 57, La Salle 45 Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 49, Coupeville

39 Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 55, Eastside Prep 18 Central Kitsap 77, Shelton 35 Charles Wright Academy 51, Steilacoom 8 Colfax 61, St. John-Endicott 30 Colville 51, Reardan 24 Crosspoint Academy 64, Klahowya 35 Davenport 70, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 41 Davis 53, Walla Walla 52 East Valley (Spokane) 54, Mt. Spokane 38 Eastlake 64, Bothell 39 Everett 60, Cascade (Everett) 17 Evergreen (Vancouver) 52, Mountain View 37 Evergreen Lutheran 40, Wishkah Valley 13 Ferndale 69, Squalicum 36 Franklin 54, Clover Park 23 Granite Falls 39, Concrete 38 Hanford 64, Connell 30 Heritage 36, Hudson’s Bay 33, OT Issaquah 58, Garfield 57 Juanita 68, Liberty 64 Kingston 52, Bremerton 41 Lake Washington 39, Interlake 31 Lakeside, Idaho 55, Valley Christian 18 Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 60, Priest River, Idaho 37 Lincoln 51, Gig Harbor 36 Mark Morris 71, Tumwater 25 Marysville-Pilchuck 47, Snohomish 45 Medical Lake 41, Deer Park 32 Mercer Island 69, Sammamish 28 Monroe 60, Marysville-Getchell 40 Moses Lake 78, Kennewick 29 Mount Baker 65, Oak Harbor 51 Muckleshoot Tribal School 54, Shorewood Christian 45 Naches Valley 37, Riverside Christian 13 Nathan Hale 43, Lindbergh 35 Newport 37, Ballard 26 Newport 36, St. George’s 29 Nooksack Valley 51, Sehome 19 North Kitsap 55, North Mason 41 Port Angeles 50, Olympic 45 Republic 57, Odessa-Harrington 40 Seattle Prep 49, Lakeside (Seattle) 41 Sequim 49, Port Townsend 46 Shorecrest 68, Kamiak 42 Skyview 67, Columbia River 21 South Kitsap 71, Mount Tahoma 20 Springdale 42, Chewelah 41 Stadium 47, Foss 19 Sunnyside 58, East Valley (Yakima) 30 Sunnyside Christian 77, Waitsburg-Prescott 26 Timberline 47, Olympia 44 Tulalip Heritage 62, Mount Vernon Christian 55 Warden 47, Kittitas 37 Wilbur-Creston 73, Liberty (Spangle) 47 Willapa Valley 70, Tacoma Baptist 55 Woodinville 59, Redmond 32 Yelm 61, North Thurston 34 Zillah 57, Wapato 54 Auburn Riverside Tipoff Auburn Mountainview 55, Kennedy 48 Lewis and Clark Dan Fitzgerald Memorial Tournament Gonzaga Prep 65, West Seattle 29 St. Mary’s, Ore. 56, Mead 34 Pendleton Tournament Clarkston 79, Mountain View, Ore. 47 Sun Dome Tournament Ellensburg 50, Pullman 27 Selah 60, Quincy 16 Toppenish 54, Highland 21

Football NFL Standings NATIONAL CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF PA x-Seattle 11 1 0 .917 340 186 San Francisco 8 4 0 .667 297 197 Arizona 7 5 0 .583 275 247 St. Louis 5 7 0 .417 279 278 East W L T Pct PF PA Dallas 7 5 0 .583 329 303

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5 0 .583 300 281 7 0 .417 237 297 9 0 .250 269 362 South W L T Pct PF PA New Orleans 9 3 0 .750 312 230 Carolina 9 3 0 .750 285 157 Tampa Bay 3 9 0 .250 217 285 Atlanta 3 9 0 .250 261 340 North W L T Pct PF PA Detroit 7 5 0 .583 326 287 Chicago 6 6 0 .500 323 332 Green Bay 5 6 1 .458 294 305 Minnesota 3 8 1 .292 289 366 AMERICAN CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF PA Denver 10 2 0 .833 464 317 Kansas City 9 3 0 .750 298 214 San Diego 5 7 0 .417 279 277 Oakland 4 8 0 .333 237 300 East W L T Pct PF PA New England 9 3 0 .750 322 261 Miami 6 6 0 .500 252 248 N.Y. Jets 5 7 0 .417 189 310 Buffalo 4 8 0 .333 267 307 South W L T Pct PF PA Indianapolis 8 4 0 .667 285 274 Tennessee 5 7 0 .417 264 267 Jacksonville 4 9 0 .308 201 372 Houston 2 11 0 .154 250 350 North W L T Pct PF PA Cincinnati 8 4 0 .667 292 216 Baltimore 6 6 0 .500 249 235 Pittsburgh 5 7 0 .417 263 278 Cleveland 4 8 0 .333 231 297 x-clinched playoff spot Thursday’s Game Jacksonville 27, Houston 20 Today’s Games Atlanta at Green Bay, 10 a.m. Minnesota at Baltimore, 10 a.m. Kansas City at Washington, 10 a.m. Buffalo at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m. Miami at Pittsburgh, 10 a.m. Detroit at Philadelphia, 10 a.m. Indianapolis at Cincinnati, 10 a.m. Cleveland at New England, 10 a.m. Oakland at N.Y. Jets, 10 a.m. Tennessee at Denver, 1:05 p.m. Seattle at San Francisco, 1:25 p.m. N.Y. Giants at San Diego, 1:25 p.m. St. Louis at Arizona, 1:25 p.m. Carolina at New Orleans, 5:30 p.m. Monday’s Game Dallas at Chicago, 5:40 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12 San Diego at Denver, 5:25 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15 Philadelphia at Minnesota, 10 a.m. Washington at Atlanta, 10 a.m. San Francisco at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m. Seattle at N.Y. Giants, 10 a.m. Chicago at Cleveland, 10 a.m. Houston at Indianapolis, 10 a.m. Buffalo at Jacksonville, 10 a.m. New England at Miami, 10 a.m. Kansas City at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Carolina, 1:05 p.m. Arizona at Tennessee, 1:25 p.m. New Orleans at St. Louis, 1:25 p.m. Green Bay at Dallas, 1:25 p.m. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 5:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16 Baltimore at Detroit, 5:40 p.m.

Basketball NBA Standings WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division W L Pct L.A. Clippers 13 7 .650

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5:25 a.m. NBCSN Soccer Premier League, Aston Villa vs. Fulham (Live) 7:55 a.m. NBCSN Soccer Premier League, Arsenal vs. Everton (Live) 10 a.m. (7) KIRO Football NFL, Indianapolis Colts vs. Cincinnati Bengals, Site: Paul Brown Stadium - Cincinnati, Ohio (Live) 10 a.m. (13) KCPQ Football NFL, Detroit Lions vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Site: Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pa. (Live) 10 a.m. (47) GOLF PGA, Northwestern Mutual World Challenge, Final Round, Site: Sherwood Country Club - Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Live) 10 a.m. (25) ROOT Basketball NCAA, Oklahoma vs. George Mason, BB&T Classic (Live) Noon (5) KING Golf PGA, Northwestern Mutual World Challenge, Site: Thousand Oaks - California (Live) Noon PAC-12 NET Basketball NCAA, ArkansasPine Bluff vs. Oregon State (Live) 12:30 p.m. (25) ROOT Basketball NCAA, George Washington vs. Maryland, BB&T Classic (Live) 1 p.m. (13) KCPQ Football NFL, Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers, Site: Candlestick Park - San Francisco (Live) 1 p.m. FS1 Women’s Basketball NCAA, Duke vs. Oklahoma (Live) 1:25 p.m. (10) CITY Football NFL, New York Giants vs. San Diego Chargers, Site: Qualcomm Stadium San Diego (Live) 3 p.m. FS1 Basketball NCAA, Nebraska vs. Creighton (Live) 4 p.m. PAC-12 NET Basketball NCAA, Boston College vs. USC (Live) 5:20 p.m. (5) KING Football NFL, Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints, Site: Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, La. (Live) 6 p.m. (26) ESPN Football NCAA, BCS Selection Show (Live) Golden State 11 9 .550 Phoenix 11 9 .550 L.A. Lakers 10 9 .526 Sacramento 4 13 .235 Southwest Division W L Pct San Antonio 15 3 .833 Houston 14 7 .667 Dallas 12 8 .600 Memphis 9 9 .500 New Orleans 9 10 .474 Northwest Division W L Pct Portland 17 3 .850 Oklahoma City 14 4 .778 Denver 11 8 .579 Minnesota 9 10 .474 Utah 4 17 .190 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct Boston 9 12 .429 Philadelphia 7 13 .350 Toronto 6 12 .333 New York 5 13 .278 Brooklyn 5 14 .263 Southeast Division W L Pct Miami 14 5 .737 Atlanta 11 10 .524 Washington 9 10 .474 Charlotte 9 11 .450 Orlando 6 13 .316 Central Division W L Pct Indiana 17 2 .895 Detroit 9 10 .474 Chicago 8 9 .471 Cleveland 6 13 .316 Milwaukee 4 15 .211 Friday’s Games Milwaukee 109, Washington 105, OT Charlotte 105, Philadelphia 88 Boston 106, Denver 98 Atlanta 108, Cleveland 89 New York 121, Orlando 83 Houston 105, Golden State 83 Oklahoma City 109, New Orleans 95 Phoenix 106, Toronto 97 Portland 130, Utah 98 L.A. Lakers 106, Sacramento 100 Saturday’s Games Denver at Philadelphia, late L.A. Clippers at Cleveland, late Detroit at Chicago, late Miami at Minnesota, late Golden State at Memphis, late Brooklyn at Milwaukee, late Indiana at San Antonio, late Sacramento at Utah, late Dallas at Portland, late Today’s Games Boston at New York, 9 a.m. Miami at Detroit, 3 p.m. Orlando at Houston, 4 p.m. Indiana at Oklahoma City, 4 p.m. Toronto at L.A. Lakers, 6:30 p.m. Monday’s Games L.A. Clippers at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. Denver at Washington, 4 p.m. Golden State at Charlotte, 4 p.m. Orlando at Memphis, 5 p.m. Portland at Utah, 6 p.m. Dallas at Sacramento, 7 p.m.

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Neah: Endured injuries CONTINUED FROM B1 Offensive lineman Carl Mack hurt his knee on the last play of the first half and didn’t return. Oh, and Josiah Greene was playing his third straight game with a hurt hamstring — an injury slowed him, yes, but didn’t stop him. “He played really well with a bad hamstring,” Tony McCaulley said. “He’s a very, very tough individual. Both him and Tyler McCaulley had some DAVID WILLOUGHBY/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS really bad injuries that they Neah Bay’s Cody Cummins (22) runs through the defense of Touchet’s struggled through in the Elias Martinez for a touchdown. last few playoff games.” Josiah Greene ran for 149 yards on 19 carries and scored one touchdown. His 32-yard kick return set up Neah Bay near midfield on its first scoring CONTINUED FROM B1 linemen Carl Mack, Bill championship game with Hanson and Mitchell an injury, Winck stepped in drive (which he finished off with a 15-yard touchdown and Neah Bay didn’t miss “It worked pretty good,” McGee. run) and a 45-yard return And that’s just the a beat. Tony McCaulley said. did likewise on the opening offense. When Cummins went to “That first drive in, we drive of the second half. Freshmen corners Cole the sidelines in Friday’s got up a score and then we He also broke up a pass Svec and Cameron Buzzell game to deal with injuries, felt comfortable to where in the end zone on fourth have been solid all season, freshman Cole Svec kept we figured we could run it down to help the Red Devils and Bobby Long was in on the power-run game movright at them. If they preserve their 14-12 lead a lot defensive stops. ing. stopped us, they stopped with five minutes to play in On special teams, Josh When Tyler McCaulley us, but we’d run enough the second quarter. Monette is the first player was helped off the field clock.” Josiah Greene said the down on nearly every Neah with an ankle injury (he For Neah Bay to win its championship game was too Bay kickoff, and rarely would return a few plays second class 1B state important for him to be does the returner make it later), Cummins re-entered watching from the sidelines. championship in three past him. the game as the fullback years required a complete “I didn’t question if I “Everybody contributes. and blocked for Svec on a team effort from players would play,” he said We teach that, and we 44-yard run. and, as the halftime adjust“If I had to, I’d just hand preach that,” Tony McCaulTony McCaulley said ments in Friday’s game the ball off every play and ley said. showed, coaches. “We preach trust in one the contributors aren’t lim- throw it a couple of times. Greene was the 1B state another, everybody playing ited to those on the field or “I just wanted to play in the press box. It takes a and make sure our team player of the year as a every down.” village to raise a state sophomore and the Allwins.” If there was a theme to Peninsula MVP last year. Cummins, hampered by Neah Bay’s 12-0 run to the championship team. “You know, it takes more injuries all season, had Cummins and Collin state championship, other than one coach, or one Haupt rack up yards and another big playoff game, than dominance, it has player to make this all touchdowns behind the running 24 times for 183 been that injuries were happen. I think it’s all blocking of Tyler McCaulyards and two touchdowns. merely an opportunity for ley. He was inspired to keep someone else to join in the those guys,” McCaulley said. When Greene needed to dominance. returning to the game by “And the community is drop back to pass, he had the support of the Neah Elisha Winck filled in outstanding. reliable targets such as Bay community, many of when injuries forced Tyler “It has nothing to do Ezekiel Greene and John which attended Friday’s McCaulley to miss most of with what I do. It’s what Reamer. game, and the tight bond the regular season. All that offense hapAnd when Mack missed the kids do and what all of shared by the Red Devils players. pened behind offensive us do together.” the second half of the

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Neah Bay’s Josiah Greene (2) breaks up a pass intended for Elias Martinez in the end zone on fourth down to force a turnover. “They were a physical team, and they liked to hit,” Cummins said of the Indians. “But, with a crowd like this, you can’t give up on anybody. “And when you’re family like that, you can’t give up, no matter what.” The Red Devils averaged 7.6 yards per carry and racked up 409 yards rushing. Touchet scored on a 2-yard pass from Martinez to Colton Goble on the last play of the game to decrease the final deficit to 36-18. In 2012, a last-second 2-yard touchdown by Liberty Christian’s John Lesser on the same end of the Tacoma Dome field shattered Neah Bay’s championship hopes. This year, Neah Bay’s state championship had already been wrapped up, so Goble’s touchdown was meaningless as to the outcome of the game. Which was exactly the plan. After falling short in 2012, the Red Devils worked even harder in the offseason, with their eyes sharply focused on redemption. And

they wanted to leave no doubt. “We had to dominate every team,” Josiah Greene said. “That why everyone was working so hard all summer: We just wanted to dominate every team.” And they did. Touchet’s 18 points is the least scored in a 1B title game since Almira-CouleeHartline held Odessa to 14 points in 2007. The 18-point point differential is the smallest for Neah Bay this season, bettering the 32 points that separated Lummi and the Red Devils in last week’s semifinal. Winning every game by more than two touchdowns was a dominating end to a dominant stretch for Neah Bay’s seniors, one that began more than a decade ago and ends with the school’s second state championship. “It’s an awesome way to go out,” Tyler McCaulley said. “We’ve been playing together since we were seven years old.”

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Wolves: Kallappa scores 18 Preps: Riders CONTINUED FROM B1 The Wolves also used their quick hands to swiped away possessions from Port Townsend. Besand had three steals for Sequim down the stretch, including a nifty nab in the backcourt after a missed Sequim free throw with 2:18 to play. She then scored off a McKenzie Bentz pass on a quick inbounds play to give Sequim a 45-38 lead. Guan knocked down four free throws in the final 1:14, including two with 9.3 seconds remaining to give Sequim a 49-43 advantage. Rilke Rutenbeck knocked down a 3-pointer with four seconds left for Port Townsend to account for the final margin. Sequim (1-0 Olympic League, 1-0 overall) faced Eastside Catholic on Saturday while Port Townsend (0-1, 1-1) travels to Kingston Wednesday.

Boys Basketball Sequim 62, Port Townsend 38 SEQUIM — The Wolves’ height advantage and willingness to share the basketball led to easy baskets and a smooth 62-38 victory over the Redskins. “The ball was shared so well tonight,” a smiling Glasser said after Friday’s game. “I was real pleased with how well the team played together. I’m not sure the assist-to-basket ratio, but I would bet it was high.” Point guard Anthony Pinza led Sequim with five assists to go along with 10 points, and Alex Barry, Vance Willis and George Johnson spreading the ball around for four dimes apiece. Pinza’s 3-ball with five seconds left in the first quarter gave Sequim a 13-12 lead, and the Wolves

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Sequim’s Roy Kallappa, right, takes a shot over Port Townsend’s Jacob King in the second quarter of play at Sequim High School. never relinquished their advantage. “It’s a different team this year [than last year’s Sequim squad which finished sixth in Class 2A], but Alex, Rory and Anthony all contributed last year and got some good experience,” Glasser said. The obvious strength of this year’s Sequim boys basketball team lies in their height, with four players 6-foot-4 or taller seeing extended minutes on Friday The Wolves were led by the 18 points of 6-4 senior Rory Kallappa. Kallappa regularly drove

to the rim for layups and short jump shots and relied on his quickness in the post for more inside buckets. “He can create some big matchup problems due to his size and speed and his ability to finish so quickly around the rim,” Glasser said. In the waning seconds of the second quarter, Kallappa knocked down the only 3-pointer he attempted to put Sequim up 31-24 heading into halftime. Barry, a 6-4 guard, had 10 points, 6-6 post Erik Christensen scored eight including a buzzer-beater that give Sequim a 42-30

lead entering the fourth quarter. Willis, a 6-1 guard, added eight for the Wolves. Port Townsend’s Cody Russell, who was hot early from outside, was hampered by foul trouble in the first half, but still led the Redskins with four 3-point buckets and 14 total points. Paul Spaltenstein added 10 for Port Townsend and Sean Dwyer scored eight points. Sequim (1-0, 1-0) hosts Olympic (0-1, 0-3) on Wednesday night, while the Redskins (0-1, 0-1) host Kingston that same night.

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CHENEY — It was the coldest game ever at Eastern Washington but quarterback Vernon Adams was hot as he led the Eagles past South Dakota State 41-17 in Saturday’s Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. Despite a temperature of 19 degrees at kickoff, Adams threw five touchdown passes to lead Eastern Washington (11-2) into the playoff quarterfinals. Quincy Forte rushed for 202 yards on 21 carries and a touchdown. “It was really easy,” said Forte, who scored on a 20-yard run during the second half in which the Eagles outscored the Jackrabbits 27-3.

College Football “I was just picking through holes. The [offensive] line did a super job.” Adams targeted seven different receivers, four of which caught touchdowns. He was 12-for-22 for 217 yards. Cooper Kupp caught two touchdown catches, giving him an FCS record of 20 this season. He had four catches for 90 yards, giving him 81 catches, which ties an FCS freshman record. Kupp has a TD catch in 13 straight games. “Personal accolades just come with this team,” Kupp said. “Throughout the year,

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our third quarters have been good. We came out and did it again today.” The game was tied 14-14 at half, but the Eagles dominated the second half on both sides of the ball and outscored the Jackrabbits 27-3 in the last two quarters. The Jackrabbits put together an eight-play, 75-yard drive that ended with Reggie Gandy’s 14-yard TD pass from Austin Sumner on their first drive. It was the only lead of the days for SDSU (9-5). SDSU finished with just 88 yards rushing. That included 71 by FCS leading rusher Zach Zenner, who finished the season with 2,015 yards. Eastern Washington answered SDSU’s score with 2:12 left in the first quarter when Adams found

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CONTINUED FROM B1 a back injury,” Quilcene coach Briana Weller said. “Regardless, [we] played After the Trojans cut the lead to 46-45 on a pair of strong and came out with a free throws from freshman victory. Katie Campana with 15 “The entire roster got a seconds left, Hinrichs was lot of playing time.” quickly fouled and hit both Sophomore Megan of her free throws to push Weller followed up the Port Angeles’ lead back up 30-point performance in the to three points. season opener with 28 Hinrichs then followed a points against the Sharks. quick Olympic turnover She also had eight steals, with a breakaway lay-in five rebounds and two with seven seconds left to blocks give the Riders their fiveAllison Jones scored point winning margin. nine points, and Sammy Hinrichs led Port Ange- Rae scored eight. Rae les with 21 points. She also grabbed 13 rebounds, had four assists and four dished out six assists, and steals. had four steals and two Kylee Jeffers contrib- blocks. uted 10 points to go along Katlyn Hitt scored seven with five rebounds and four points, including a 3-pointer, steals, Krista Johnson had and had five boards. eight points and a team“The girls played solidly high seven rebounds and as a team and did an excelNizhoni Wheeler scored six lent job of seeing the floor,” and dished out three assists. “The senior trio of Maddy Briana Weller said “[We] did a lot of things Hinrichs, Krista Johnson, and Kylee Jeffers provided well — rebounding, defense great leadership and matu- and hustle were a few of rity throughout the game,” those. “The girls are learning to Port Angeles coach Mike pay attention to details and Poindexter said. “Kylee drew a tough focusing on good fundamendefensive assignment tals.” against Olympic standout Boys Swimming Olivia Williams and did an excellent job on both ends of Port Angeles 127, the court. Kingston 52 “Krista led us in PORT ANGELES — rebounds and showed solid John Macias earned two floor leadership. “Maddy not only scored state qualifying times as 21 but shot 70 percent from the Roughriders (1-0 Olymthe field in doing so, as well pic League, 1-0 overall) as 75 percent from the free- started the season with a strong showing against the throw line.” Wheeler, in her second Bucaneers. Overall, Port Angeles game as a Roughrider, scored all of her six points was first in nine of the 12 and had three assists and events, and seven individutwo steals in the second als and two relay teams half. qualified for the district Port Angles moves to 2-0 meet. on the season, 1-0 in OlymMacias qualified in the pic League. The Riders 200-yard individual medley travel to North Mason next in a time of 2 minutes and Wednesday. 11.31 seconds, and the 100 backstroke in 58.31 secKlahowya 59, onds. Wei-Yan Fu also won two Chimacum 48 events, the 50 freestyle in CHIMACUM — The Cowboys opened the season 24.77 seconds and the 100 with a uptempo affair with butterfly in 1:01.78. The team of Jay Liang, the Eagles. “This was fast paced to Fu, Macias and Tristin Butfor 3 1/2 quarters — lots of ler won the 200 medley free throws in the fourth — relay with a district-qualiwith both teams pressing fying time of 1:51.41, and each other all game and Macias, Butler, Liang and both teams getting early Seth Bamer qualified as a offense,” Chimacum coach team in the 400 free relay Trevor Huntingford said of in 3:53.98. Thursday’s game. Klawhoya jumped out to Klahowya 94, a 16-point lead at one point. Sequim 50 The Cowboys cut it to nine SILVERDALE — Eric in the fourth quarter, but Prosser qualified for discouldn’t get closer. “The style we played tricts for the Wolves in the defensively was pleasing, 200-yard individual medley, and if we just hit our free and was only 7.5 seconds throws and capitalize on a away from state qualificafew more of the open shots tion. Most of Sequim’s swimwe had, this is our game,” mers were participating in Huntingford said. “It was a respectable the first meet of their careers. start of the year.” “Zak Robinson in the 200 The Cowboys shot 11 for 30 at the free-throw line. freestyle swam a great time Audrey and Lauren and looks very promising as Thacker led Chimacum a strong competitor this with 11 points apiece. season,” Wolves coach Linda Megan Dukek had nine and Moats said. Kiersten Snyder finished “Christian Goodrich with eight. swam well in the 50 free, and we look for him to drop below 30 seconds in that Quilcene 56, event soon.” Puget Sound Patrick McCrorie placed Adventist 6 first by scoring well in the QUILCENE — The 1-meter dive. Rangers took it to short“Overall, we’re very handed Puget Sound pleased with their perforAdventist in 1B Sea-Tac mance at this meet, espeLeague action on Thursday. cially the inexperienced “The Sharks were down swimmers and divers,” one of their starters due to Moats said.

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baseball’s most illustrious team, had agreed to take the money and run to Seattle, home of baseball’s most irrelevant team. As recently as last week, Safeco Field was seen as an improbable destination for Cano, who spent three years of his childhood in New Jersey and wanted to remain with the Yankees for the duration of his career. But when Cano, accompanied by his agent Jay-Z (I can’t believe I just typed that) visited Seattle on Thursday, the Mariners made an offer reported to be as long 10 years and as lucrative as $240 million. (I can’t believe I just typed that, either.)

the splash they made Friday could have a ripple effect that entices other SEATTLE — The first established players — be Friday of the last month of they free agents or veter2013 did not loom as ans with no-way-you’remomentous on Seattle’s trading-me-to-Mudville sports calendar. clauses in their contracts Absent a single game — to consider Seattle in involving the area’s pro or their future. college teams, fans figured For two guys who’ll to spend Dec. 6 as they always be linked as a headwould any other uneventline tag team on Dec. 6, ful winter day: Talking 2013, Chris Petersen and about the first-place Robinson Cano have little Seahawks and their in common. upcoming road test today Petersen is a cerebral, against the defending NFC dour looking tactician who champion San Francisco had been content oversee49ers. ing a mid-major program But before the frosted in the Mountain Time lawns had a chance to glisZone. ten in the sun, news broke Cano whistles as he about the University of works, wearing a smile Washington’s search for a that suggests baseball, the new football coach. A rich man most frustrating of sports, Huskies athletic director Scott Woodward had If the numbers are accu- comes easy to him. New York can be intimireached out to Boise State rate, Cano will own the one dating for those who aren’t head coach Chris Petersen, of the richest contracts in comfortable in the spota perfunctory candidate on baseball history, topped light. coaching-replacement only by the deals former Cano was comfortable in watch lists who perennially Mariners shortstop Alex the spotlight, to the point turns down offers from Rodriguez got from the his critics complained – power-conference schools. Rangers and Yankees and such as on those occasions Not this time. equal to the deal the he didn’t make a mad dash Petersen, who during Angels gave first baseman to first after hitting an his eight-season tenure at Albert Pujols. easy-out ground ball — he Boise State established the Because it’s a certainty Broncos as The Little Cano, who is 31, won’t per- was too comfortable. But Petersen now has Engine That Wins Almost form at a peak level during the opportunity to mold the 90 Percent Of Its Games, the final three or four Huskies into conference finally exchanged a job he years of his contract, the champions, and he won’t had for life for the job chal- Mariners set themselves have to design gadget plays lenge of his life: Proving he up for ridicule. It’s fair to to do it. (Please don’t be can succeed, week after wonder if their quest to shy about that Chris. Just week, against the kind of land a superstar position because you’ve moved to competition unavailable to player in 2014 finds them him in Boise. tethered to an albatross in Seattle doesn’t mean you put those last-second, hookHiring Petersen, a two2020. time recipient of the Paul It’s also fair to wonder if and-ladder touchdowns in a desk drawer.) “Bear” Bryant Award as the Mariners were left And Cano now has the national coach of the year, without a choice. opportunity to help make was a blockbuster move for The plodding saga of the Mariners a team worth a Huskies program briefly reinventing themselves rattled by Steve Sarkisian’s through the hit-and-miss following again. (We’ll forsudden departure for USC. process of the draft had give you not running as And yet, within minutes, done something more fast as you can to first Petersen’s bold decision to base, Robbie, although you insidious than alienate relocate to Washington might want to pretend fans. It bored them. turned into the secondyou’re going all out for the Despite his all-around most prominent story of talent, Cano won’t transfirst month or two.) the morning. form the Mariners from a Dec. 6, 2013: Who’d have Former New Yankees team that typically loses 90 thought it will be recalled second baseman Robinson games a season into a team as a landmark anniversary Cano, the best player on capable of winning 90. But in Seattle sports history? MCCLATCHY NEWS SERVICE

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Hawks, 49ers resume fierce, violent rivalry BY DAVE BOLING

Smith and NaVorro Bowman are prideful and powerful, and they guarantee a meeting with Seattle is going to be combative. RENTON — The picture on the cover of That’s perhaps most true of six-time Allthis week’s Sports Illustrated magazine Pro linebacker Patrick Willis, who Wednesdoes not flatter Jim Harbaugh. day was more willing to expand on the Screaming and meaning of this game than was his coach. squinting, he appears “I think the most important thing is on the verge of reachthey’re in our division, they’re our rival,” ing Yosemite Sam levWillis said, saying the Niners are not willels of apoplexy. ing to cede divisional dominance. The caption, “They’re the new team that’s supposed though, proclaims: Next Game to be; and we feel like we’re still the team “Jim Harbaugh is that is. Today softer [sort of] and “We’re going to go out there this Sunday saner [kind of] than vs. 49ers and play football . . . and may the best team at San Fran. you think.” win.” Fans should bet the Time: 1:25 p.m. “under” on that propo- On TV: Ch. 13 The past is the past sition today, when his Asked about the Seahawks’ 29-3 win in 49ers play host to Seattle, the team on the verge of deposing Seattle in September, Willis cited the irrelevance of history. San Francisco as the NFC powerhouse. “We’re going to be ready; we have no In his Wednesday teleconference with excuses,” he said. Seattle media, Harbaugh said he hadn’t “What happened in the last game? They seen that issue of the magazine. And when won. This will be a new game.” asked about the softer-and-saner assertion, While overtaking Seattle for the divihe answered: “Aw, I don’t know.” sion title is a long shot, the Niners have the In fairness, the sane response was chance to strengthen their grip on a wildissued softly. card playoff berth. Yet, a win by the Seahawks (11-1) over “We’ve talked about it the last couple the Niners (8-4) in San Francisco would be weeks,” Willis said. hugely symbolic because it would clinch “Every game we play from here on out is the NFC West Division title on Harbaugh’s important to where we go. Getting into the turf. playoffs, that’s what we’re trying to do. I Harbaugh has not failed to win the divi- feel like once we get in, anything can hapsion in his first two seasons, and has won pen.” games at an impressive .739 clip. But now? Yes, a victory could earn them a trip After losing the past two meetings with back to Seattle in the postseason, depending how seeding and early rounds play out. Seattle by a combined 71-16? Willis is a big hitter on defense who “We understand the task, the challenge of playing a great football team,” Harbaugh helps set the tone for the Niners. When he plays against Seattle, he knows he’s going said. “We’re very enthusiastic about playing to be faced with the very personal challenge of meeting Marshawn Lynch at the the game and also preparing for it.” Despite recent narrow losses (by a com- line of scrimmage. “I think being physical is the key to bined four points) to New Orleans and Carolina, the Niners have won two consec- every game . . . this game particularly,” Wilutive games and are still heavily involved lis said. “We’re both physical football teams. It’s in the playoff hunt. going to be a test of wills. Who will be the Harbaugh and Seattle coach Pete Car- team that’s physical to the very end, I feel, roll, with diverse approaches and disposi- will win this game. tions, worship the same football command“There’s no question in my mind we’re ments: Run the ball, take away the ball and going to take that challenge and rise to the smack the snot out of anybody carrying the occasion.” ball. So, there will be nothing soft and sane And that tends to give this rivalry the about this. It’s more likely to be fierce and feeling of a blood feud. violent. Niners such as Frank Gore, Justin As a good rivalry should be. MCCLATCHY NEWS SERVICE

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A GREAT LOCATION prox. 32 hrs/week) re- pets. Lots of outbuildings master bedroom with the Well maintained 1,516 sf ceptionist. Send resume - 992 sf. Barn, 800 sf. full big walk-in closet at- 3 br home with updated to 228 W. 1st St., Suite detached garage, and tached bath. This prop- kitchen, woodstove in P, Po r t A n g e l e s , WA storage shed. Adjacent erty sits on a lot and 1/2 the living area, fenced in Lot 1 (2.63 acres), Lots 98362. back yard plus detached 2 (1.47 acres), and Lot 3 very deceptive from the 2 car garage with alley (1.10 acres) are includ- front, but a must see is access. R E TA I L S a l e s a n d ed. Lots have power and the garden area. It has a W a r e h o u s e C l e r k . communications to the new heat pump this year MLS#272441. $140,000. Tom Blore C H S ( C e n e x ) i n lot line. 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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2013 B7

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PRICE REDUCED Custom Home. View of the 17th Green from the kitchen and family room. Beautiful fir wood cabinets throughout. built in china hutch to showcase your dishes and glasswa r e. s p a c i o u s h o m e with generous rooms. family room has wood burning stove. abundant storage throughout. downstairs is another fa m i l y r o o m o r g a m e room with 1/2 bath. oversized 2 car garage with more storage. MLS#271630/516448 $199,000 Patty Brueckner (360)460-6152 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

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PARKWOOD HOME 3 br., 2 bath, over 1,700 sf, newer roof in 2007, new front deck, exterior paint and windows, new i n t e r i o r c a r p e t , wo o d window shades and paint, updated bathroom fixtures and sinks, bonus room and extra large laundry room. MLS#532602/271877 $79,500 Tyler Conkle Mike: 460-0331 Irene: 460-4040 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

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85 Scout group 87 Prize ribbon feature 88 Noted gatekeeper 90 Almost out of gas 91 Try to make peace 92 Actor Reynolds 95 Señorita’s blossom 96 Alpine tunes 97 Merry refrain 98 Gets busy with 101 Anatomical canals 104 Applied (for) 105 Homes for B-52s, briefly 106 Superfluity 107 Demolish, in Dorset 109 Bad mood 110 __-et-Loir: French department 112 Come across as 113 Many microbrews 115 TV chef Martin 117 Pennant race mo.

PRIVATE CITY LOCATION With views of the straits a n d m o u n t a i n s . Ve r y open floor plan with va u l t e d c e i l i n g s , ex posed beams, lots of windows and skylights. Extensive natural lighting makes the wood finished interior very light and bright. Beautiful fenced yard with huge evergreens, decorative concrete walls and patio for outdoor entertaining. G r e a t m o u n t a i n v i ew from master bedroom deck with hot tub. Attached double car por t and double garage. MLS#272034. $374,900. Quint Boe (360)460-8222 WINDERMERE PORT ANGELES SECLUDED ACREAGE 5.3 acres of peace and quite, with views of the Straits, the lights of Victoria and the Dungeness Lighthouse. The parcel is cleared, the well and dr iveway to the home site are installed, south of Sequim, only a short drive to town. MLS#271745 $225,000 Kathy Brown (360)417-2785 COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY

JAMES & ASSOCIATES INC. Property Mgmt. (360)417-2810 HOUSES/APT IN P.A. A 1 br 1 ba ...............$475 H 1 br 1 ba ...............$500 A 2 br 2 ba ...............$600 A 2 br 1 ba ...............$700 H 3 br 1 ba ...............$875 H 4 br 2 ba ...............$950 H 3 br 2 ba .............$1000 H 4 br 2 ba .............$1500 HOUSES/APTS IN SEQ A 2 br 1.5 ba ............$850 H 2 br 2 ba ...............$850 Complete List at: WATER and mountain 1111 Caroline St., P.A. view, 4 br., 3 bath, 2 car g a r a g e , u p d a t e d P.A.: 2 Br., 1 ba, a bit of t h r o u g h o u t , 3 bl o ck s country in central P.A. from Peninsula College, remodeled, W/D, fireprivate yard with hottub. place. $750. 457-2068. Potential for rental space downstairs. $219,00. P. A . : 3 b r. , 1 b a t h , (360)477-9993 or fenced yard. $700, first, (360)670-9673. last, dep. (360)452-7530 WANTED: View Home Excellent salt water/harb o r v i ew, m i n i mu m 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, in the city of Port Angeles, solid, quality construction, some obsolescence acceptable, 1-stor y or master, etc on main level, buyer is ready to purchase. If you have one, call us! Team Thomsen (360)808-0979 COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY

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Attractive, spacious 1 Br., $545, 2 Br., $645 i n P. A . N ew c a r p e t , vert blinds, pvt patio, updated appliances, laundr y r ms, views, on-site mgr. Ask abt our current discount. www.olympic square.com (360)457-7200

ARIES (March 21-April 19): Go over your personal financial paperwork and set your budget up for the turn of the year. You have more assets than you realize and are capable of bringing in more money if you look for other ways to use your skills. 3 stars

GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

P.A.: 1 Br. $550, $500 Be careful how you react. dep., first month prorat- Emotional deception will cost ed. (360)452-4409. you if you manipulate a situation

or falsify information. Put your

P.A.: 3 Br., 2 bath, gar. P. A . : 2 B r. , n o p e t s. time and energy into helping $1,100 mo. $1,100 se- $675 mo., 1st, last, dep. others and avoiding personal (360)670-9418 curity. (360)417-0153.

P.A.: Clean, 1 br., gar- P.A. West Side: 2 Br., W E S T P. A . : 5 a c r e s, age, no pets/smoke. first, last, damage, nicely treed, flat, $600/month, refs. $575, dep. 457-4610. buildable, 2,000 sf cedar (360)457-6252 bar n with stalls, mtn. Properties by view. $169,000, ter ms Landmark. portangeles665 Rental available. (360)477-7250 landmark.com

problems that can lead to a nowin situation. 2 stars

CANCER (June 21-July 22): You will enjoy unusual people and destinations that offer something unique. A different Duplex/Multiplexes philosophy or lifestyle may SEQ: 2 Br., 2 bath, 2.5 appeal to you but before you 505 Rental Houses acres, new flooring. ReP.A.: 2 Br., 1 ba, no pets cozy up to a change, question Clallam County duced rent to $795, first credit report req. $750. what’s being offered. Romance and last. (949)646-5991. Diane (360)461-1500. will enhance your love life. 5 STUNNING stars Craftsman style single level waterfront home offers saltwater views that include Victoria BC, Mt. Baker, San Juan Island, shipping lanes and the Po r t A n g e l e s C o a s t Guard Station. Beautifull y a p p o i n t e d a n d ex tremely well constructed. Includes gourmet kitchen with indirect lighting in cherry cabinets, separate Viking high heat cooker with hood, subzero refr igerator, and convention oven. Master suite includes fireplace a s w e l l a s a p r i va t e deck. Simply perfect. MLS#262048 $1,099,000 Jean Irvine (360)417-2797 COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY

TOP OF THE WORLD VIEWS End of the road privacy o n t h i s i n c r e d i bl e 2 0 acre parcel. Heavily forested with 4 acres reser ved as home site. Power in and building site cleared. Conveniently located between Port Angeles and Sequim. Build your dream home in neighborhood of exclusive homes. MLS#271457. $299,900. Paul Beck (360) 461-0644 WINDERMERE PORT ANGELES

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SEQUIM: Cute home, 2 B r. , 2 b a , fe n c e d yard, comm. beach, great area to walk. Marie (205)807-4843

AT T R A C T I V E s p a cious 3 Br., 1.5 bath home with great mtn view. 2,100 sf. Nice residential east P.A. neighborhood. Fenced yard, patio, deck, 2-car garage. Great room with gas fireplace. Large Kitchen with newer appliances, Laundry room with with d. Rec Rm. Unfurnished. Lots of storage. $1,100 mo. 1-yr lease. Pets negotiable. Ask about our Dec special! Photos and details at www.housepa.net (360)808-3549 DISCO BAY: Waterfront, newly renovated 3 Br., 2 ba, 20 min. to Seq./P.T. $900. (360)460-2330. MOVE IN Just in time for Christmas! Live at beautiful Lake Sutherland on the sunny side year round. Enjoy this condo in the private gated community of Maple Grove, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 2 decks and private dock. You will love living in this gorgeous setting. 1st, last, deposit and references required. Call (360)775-7670 to visit your new home.

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TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Make plans to host a get-together at your place or engage in something that you know someone you love will enjoy doing. Nurturing important relationships or reconnecting with people from your past will be rewarding. Love is in the CENTRAL P.A.: Studio, stars. 4 stars 1 ba, no smoking/pets. $380. (360)457-9698.

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83 Second-century date 84 NFL scores 85 Like a dirt road vis-à-vis pavement 86 Exceedingly 89 Pentagonal plate 92 Fr. neighbor 93 Quaintly named lodging 94 “__ the Beat”: 1982 hit for The Go-Go’s 95 “Chantilly Lace” and “Blue Velvet”? 99 No. after a dot 100 Divulged 102 Hockey legend 103 Love-crazy Le Pew 105 Go along with 108 Make an error on, as a check 111 Early 20th-century Oklahoma boom town 114 Group of sweet-talking experts?

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by Eugenia Last LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): A change will do you good. Check SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. out activities or events that will 21): Proceed with caution. bring you knowledge about Whether you are en route or something that interests you. having a discussion, confusion Getting together with friends will set in and the information or collaborating with someone you obtain will be sketchy. Stick you admire will change your close to home where you can life. Don’t spend what you don’t make personal changes that have. 3 stars will improve your living situation. 2 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Compromise will be necessary CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. when dealing with domestic 19): An interesting encounter matters. Making alterations will jog your memory about to the way you live or where a money matter. A little will be exciting but costly. Put hard work and ingenuity will greater emphasis on stabilizing lead to extra cash. An older your personal relationships. individual will be an asset. A Romance can conquer any competitive challenge will favor partnership problems you face. you. Experience will make a 3 stars difference. 4 stars LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Don’t be afraid of change. Be Make changes that will help a trendsetter. Step into the improve your financial situation. limelight and show everyone Cut corners or present a wider what you can do. Spontaneity variety of services to clients will lead to all sorts of new and and you will get good returns. exciting adventures. Learn as Use your intelligence, but don’t you go and you will discover mislead anyone regarding what victory. 5 stars you have to offer. 3 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Put everything in place. Open Expect to have a change of up about the way you feel and heart or feel indifferent about what you want to do. Make a your future. Gauge what’s going promise and follow through on around you and stick to the immediately to show your good truth. An emotional situation is faith and reliability. Romance likely to spin out of control if you will bring your love life to a new level. 5 stars are ambiguous. 3 stars

6055 Firewood,

Fuel & Stoves ROOMMATE WANTED 3 br. modern home off of Washer/Dryer Set FIREWOOD: $179 delivW E S T o f P. A . : 2 B r. , R i ve r R d . , f u r n i s h e d ered Sequim-P.A. True double wide, covered room and private bath. Price reduced! Kenmore E l i t e H E To p L o a d cord. 3 cord special for park, fenced, first, last, $400 includes utilities. Wa s h e r a n d E l e c t r i c $499. Credit card acdep. $650. 452-4299. 477-2918 Dryer, 2011 with extendcepted. 360-582-7910. e d wa r ra n t y t i l l A p r i l www.portangeles WEST SIDE P.A.: 2 Br., firewood.com 1 bath, attached garage. 1163 Commercial 2014, white, large capacity. Asking $700/obo. $800, damage. Rentals FIREWOOD: You haul. Call (360)477-4692. (360)461-6608 $60 per standard pickup PROPERTIES BY load. (360)621-5194. LANDMARK 605 Apartments 6040 Electronics W O O D S TOV E : Ve r 452-1326 Clallam County mont castings, Resolute S T E R E O : P i o n e e r Acclaim, cast iron, black 1ST Month Rent Free! TWO OFFICES IN SX3900 quartz lock FM porcelain, glass door, EVERGREEN DOWNTOWN receiver. 120 Watt per max 40,000 BTU. $525. COURT APTS SEQUIM GAZETTE (360)683-3385 channel. $500. (2) Ken(360)452-6996 BUILDING FOR w o o d K L 8 8 8 X 5 - w ay • Nice, family environSUB-LEASE ment with plenty of room 448-sq-ft for $550 mo., s p e a k e r s 2 5 0 W a t t , 6075 Heavy for your children to play. 240-sq-ft for $350 mo. $ 2 0 0 / e a c h . E x c e l l e n t Equipment home system! • 1, 2 & 3 Br. units avail. Perfect for accountant (360)452-4179 • Must income qualify or other professional. HYSTER: ‘79 tilt-bed 2202 West 16th, P.A. S h a r e d c o n fe r e n c e trailer. 25’ long, 20 ton. Managed by Sparrow room, restroom, wired 6050 Firearms & $8,800/obo. Tom, Management, Inc. for high-speed Inter(360)640-1770 Ammunition net. Contact John SEMI END-DUMP Brewer, publisher, GUNS: Colt LW Com(360)417-3500 m a n d e r L N I B, a l m o s t TRAILER: High lift-gate, new $1,075. Winchester ex. cond. $15,000/obo. (360)417-0153 CENTRAL P.A.: 2 Br., 1 94 pre-64 very nice metba, no smoke/pets, exc. 6005 Antiques & al, good wood, $750. SEMI Trailer: 53’ 1992 refs. required. $550. Collectibles Ruger Mk II very nice, make: TRLMO. 53’ Semi (360)457-5352 $ 3 7 5 . A m m u n i t i o n Box Van low pro 24.5 CENTRAL P.A.: Clean, PRINTS: Elton Bennett, available with purchase - 7 5 % r u b b e r s p a r e , wheel $7,999 inspected quiet, 2 Br., excellent 1960s era, each meas- of each firearm. (360)477-0321 ures 19x25”, excellent road worthy! Moving out references required. condition, titles “Journey of state! Pack at your $700. (360)452-3540. CHECK OUT OUR Into Silence” and “The speed sell when you get NEW CLASSIFIED to your destination! Do P.A.: 1 Br., spectacular Sea Hostage”. Asking WIZARD AT wa t e r v i ew, o n bl u f f, $950 each. Frames with the logistic-cost-it works www.peninsula glass available at $100 downtown. No pets. save $$ dailynews.com ea. (360)683-0997. Call Pat (360)582-7241. (909)224-9600

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6100 Misc. Merchandise

BED: Queen size, Englander pillow top, less than 1 yr. old, excellent condition. $250. (360)461-4622

MISC: Near new skis, with size 13 boots, $75. Like new 21 speed bike, with helmet, $100. 2 moder n refr igerators, Amana and GE, $75 ea. Traditional dining set, Thomasville 6 chairs, table with leaves, cabinet, $3,500. Golf clubs and irons, $85. Antique secretary, ball feet, $750. (360)582-1215

BEDROOM SET: 3 piece, includes mattress and box spring, mahogany bed frame, night stand, and tall dresser, good condition, also comes with television, $275. (360)460-1164.

MISC: Cur io cabinet, mission style, 4 shelves, lighted, perfect condition, $600. Enter tainm e n t c e n t e r, m i s s i o n style, excellent condition, $550. (360)683-0146

MISC: Rockwell 10” tilting arbor saw, 208 vac 10 amp motor, rip fence extension, stock feed table and assorted blades and dados included, $ 6 5 0 / o b o. 2 0 0 7 To r o mdl Z-4800 Titan 48” ZTR riding mower, 22 hp Br iggs & Stratton engine, includes 2 extra deck belts, $1,800/obo. DeVilbiss Air Pro ll, 117 vac, 5 hp/25 gallon electric air compressor. 25’ 1/4” hose w/qwik disconnects and air nozzle, $120/obo (360)683-8028

MISC:Necklace/earrings in box, never worn, amber, sprinkle of turquoise beads, wear casual or dress up, from quality jewelry store, beautiful, paid over $400, sell for $100. LG front load washer/dryer, little use, $400. Christmas tree, 9’, $20. (360)504-2647.

MODEL TRAINS: O Gauge. Various manufacturers, specializing in steam and diesel locomotives. Plenty of accessories, incl. houses, construction equip., display cases, display tables, etc. $50,000. Serio u s i n q u i r i e s o n l y, please! (360)683-6855.

6100 Misc. Merchandise BBQ: Char-Broil stainless steel propane, 2 burners. $150. (360)452-4179


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7035 General Pets 9820 Motorhomes BLACK LAB: AKC, male, 14 mo. old, loves to duck hunt. $1,500. (360)461-1768 GOLDEN Retriever Puppies. 6 week old AKC puppies. Males and females. $600. For more info call (360)775-9795 or email roxietime@yahoo.com for more info or a time to come see puppies. MISC: 4 cor n snakes, $50 ea. Lemon speckled king snake, $100. Red s p e ck l e d k i n g s n a ke, $100. 2 ball pythons, $65 ea. 3 rosy boas, $100 ea. Albino ball python, $275. (360)797-3636

6100 Misc. Merchandise

6115 Sporting Goods

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MISC: Sears dryer, runs great, $80. King book- BUYING FIREARMS case headboard lighted, Any & All - Top $ Paid $ 5 0 . Tw i n b o o k c a s e , One or Entire Collech e a d b o a r d , $ 3 0 . D o g tion Including Estates carrier with pull-out tray, Call (360)477-9659. folds up, 2 doors, $30. F l o o r l a m p, p l e a t e d 6140 Wanted shade, $20. Fiber optic & Trades 44” tree, $10. Dell wireless printer, new in box, never plugged in, paid I B U Y s m a l l a n t i q u e things, old AM, FM and $140, asking $100. HAM radios, tubes, Hi-Fi (360)504-2647 components, LPs, old MISC: Tires, (4) Fire- telephones and camestone, P215/50 ZR17, ras, hunting and fishing m o u n t e d o n R a l l y gear. Steve in P.A., Wheels, $400/obo. Back (206)473-2608 Blade, Rankin three point tractor, 48”, $200. WANTED: 1967-68-69 Drill press, lathe, and ta- C a m a r o p r o j e c t c a r ble saw, Shop Smith, needing work. (360)765-3965 $150/obo. (360)460-4970 WA N T E D : M e d i u m M O D E L T R A I N S : H O sized airtight wood stove train layout, 5 different with rear exhaust. (360)683-3208 c i t i e s , 1 6 ’ x 1 0 ’ , “ L” shaped, would cost WANTED: RV Space for thousands of dollars to rent, rural setting. build. $850 takes it! (360)775-8251 (360)477-0865 WANTED: Small banjo clock, working or not. TIMESHARE (360)452-9351 Home in Las Vegas Grand Desert. 154,000 WANTED TO BUY points annual, units Salmon/bass plugs and versitile. $5,000. lures, P.A. Derby me(360)452-2705 morabilia (360)683-4791 GARAGE SALE ADS EMAIL US AT Call for details. classified@peninsula 360-452-8435 dailynews.com 1-800-826-7714

Just in time for Christmas! Garage Sale: Fri.-Sat., 9 - 3 p. m . , S u n . , 1 0 - 2 p.m., 1118 S. Cedar St. Antiques collectibles, jewelry, furniture, china cabinet, tools, table saw, old labels, pictures and more!

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MOTORHOME: ‘94 32’ F l e e t wo o d C o r o n a d a . ‘454’ Chev engine, 67K mi., electric step, 7000 watt Oman generator, g o o d t i r e s , i n v e r t e r, queen walk-around bed, leveling jacks, 2 TVs, 2 lg. solar panels, 2 room A / C, b a ck u p c a m e ra , w i n d o w aw n i n g s , 1 8 ’ awning, outside shower, ss wheel covers, electric heated mirrors. $12,500 or best reasonable offer. (360)457-4896

MOTOR HOME: ‘99 25’ Allegro by Fleetwood. Class A, 85K mi., hydraulic power levelers, new fridge, rear queen bed, 2 solar panels and inverter, suited for on or off grid camping. $8,500. PUPPY: Rottweiler/Ger(360)460-7534 man Shepherd, female, great puppy, 10 weeks. M OTO R H O M E : Fo u r $100. (360)689-7923. Winds ‘98, Class C, 22’. Gas and electric fridge, cond., trailer hitch, 7045 Tack, Feed & good 98,330 miles. $7,200. Supplies (360)582-9769 FREE: Horse tack, dressage oriented. wraps, boots, dressage br idle, lunging equipment, clippers and more. (360)670-3513

9820 Motorhomes

AUCTION: Airpor t Rd. Self Storage, 12 p.m. Tues., Dec. 10, 4114 S. Air por t Rd. Units 317 and 309. 460-8333 to verify. MOTORHOME: ‘03 38’ Dutch Star. 20,230 mi., tr iple slide-out, new fridge, micro., gas oven, queen bed, sm freezer, STORAGE UNIT many extras, Cat 3808, SILENT AUCTION 6 sp. Allison Trans. Book Deer Park Self Storage, $ 1 2 7 , 0 0 0 . A s k i n g We d . , D e c . 1 1 , 1 0 - 2 $80,000. (360)457-3718 p.m. Unit D151, Castel. or (360)565-6408.

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7035 General Pets

MOTORHOME: ‘07 24’ Itasca. Class C, 30K low mi., two queen beds. $43,950. (360)683-3212.

AKC Registered Chesapeake Bay puppies, mother and father on site. Will have wellness check and 1st booster, 8 wks Dec 14th. Call to see and reserve yours. Scott. (360)670-9286.

MOTORHOME: Newmar 2001 Mountainaire for sale, 38’ with 63,100 miles. In very good condition. Asking $31,000. Call Bill, (360)582-0452 to find more info and/or see the unit.

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9832 Tents & Travel Trailers TRAILER: ‘13 23’ Visa by Gulfstream. $19,950. (360)681-7601 TRAILER: 28’ Sunnybrook. 2004 28 Ft Sunnybrook, slide out, Microwave, fridge/freezer, 1 0 0 G a l . wa t e r t a n k , queen bed in master br. sleeps 6, excelent condition. Asking $6,250. Call Dave at (360)460-9146 after 9:00 a.m. TRAILER: ‘79 31’ Nuwa. Low miles. $500. (206)949-1940.

9802 5th Wheels

9808 Campers & Canopies

C A M P E R : ‘ 0 3 L a n c e. Like new, used two short trips, for short bed pickup, air, queen bed, dinette, shower, toilet, lots of storage. $7,850. (360)681-0172

T R AV E L Tr a i l e r w i t h Pick-up: Ford ‘88 F150 Pickup. $2,000 worth of new tires and rims. 1997 21’ Chateau travel trailer. Complete with A/C, S&S: ‘83 9.5’ camper. refrigerator, queen size Self-contained, stable lift bed, bunk beds, micro- jack system, new fridge. wave, stove. Will sell $3,000. (360)452-9049. separately or as a unit. $8,000. 9050 Marine (360)681-4224

9802 5th Wheels

BAYLINER: 20’ Cabin Cruiser. E-Z Load trailer. $800/obo. 775-6075.

5TH WHEEL: ‘04 34’ Alpenlite. 2-slides, great condition, going south or live in the best park on the Peninsula. $19,000. (509)869-7571

BELLBOY: ‘72 ‘19 boat, 140 HP Johnson ‘86, Evenrude 15 HP kicker, many extras! Call for details. $1,995. (360)683-7297

5TH WHEEL: 27’ Alum a s c a p e 2 0 0 2 , 3 p. slides, with Ford F250 460 V8 custom HD trans pull 15K. Interior 9832 Tents & l i ke n ew, q u e e n b e d . Travel Trailers Truck 1992 all power, A I R S T R E A M : ‘ 9 3 3 4 ’ 85000M. Package ready Excella 1000. 3 axles, t o g o a n y w h e r e nice. $14,500. In Por t $19,000/obo. (360)649-4121 Angeles. (206)459-6420. TENT TRAILER: ‘84 Shasta. Licensed, stove, sink, new tires. $1000 obo. (360)683-4369.

5TH WHEEL: ‘96 Wildwood. 36’, good cond., ever ything works. $2,900/obo. 565-6017.

9740 Auto Service & Parts

D AV E S C A D D E N : 2 ENGINE/TRANNY man pontoon boat, will ‘350’ Chev engine, comtake Class IV rapids. pletely rebuilt, turbo ‘350’ $1,000 cash. 808-0422. transmission, take all. $800. (360)457-6540 or LIVINGSTON: 14’ 20 hp (360)460-3105. Honda, electr ic star t, power tilt, galvanized trailer. $5,400. Call for 9742 Tires & FIFTH WHEEL: Forest detials (360)681-8761. Wheels R i ve r ‘ 0 6 W i l d c a t . 2 7 FW, nonsmoker, rig for OLYMPIC: 17’ ‘84 88 boondocks, 4 solar pan- Johnson and 8HP Mer- W I N T E R T I R E S : 4 els, 4 6V golf cart deep cury, both two stroke. EZ Michelin X-Ice, used one cycle batteries, XPower load trailer. $2,000. season on Volvo wagon, inverter, 3000 plus 3600 size 225/55R16. mount(360)452-3275 Onan Generator, Hijacked on 16” aluminum er Hitch. $18,500/obo. R U N A B O U T : ‘ 7 8 1 4 ’ wheels. $650. boat, ‘78 EZ Load trailer, Call Sonny, (360)385-3065 7 0 h p O / B M e r c u r y, (360)952-2038. good cond Must sell! $1,500. (360)928-1170. 9180 Automobiles

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SOUTHWIND: ‘85 Class A. New brake booster, tires, and new fridge full of gas propane trip ready all lights work every system gone through over $3,000 just spent on system repairs health forces sale. Only 56,000 miles total on this vehicle. Only $6,000/obo. This is a must see and ready to go. 454 engine runs great Onan gen set has new star ter relay, w o r k s p e r fe c t l y. To w hitch both front and rear. Driver side door for easy access. Call and leave message if we don’t answer: (360)683-6575.

9050 Marine Miscellaneous

SATURN: ‘12, 15’, inflatable boat. With ‘12 Nissan 20 hp outboard and hand-held Garman GPS, Hawkeye marine radio, depth finder, 5’ harpoon, 5’ dock hook, 2 life jackets, and many other items. $3,500. (360)582-0191

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BUICK: Rare 1977 Buick SkyHawk. 81k original miles on this one of a kind car. Excellent mechanical with V6/Automatic. See on-line ad for details. Need the garS T E R L I N G 1 9 9 5 1 9 ’ age space. Clear title. C u d d y. T h i s fa bu l o u s $5K or best offer. boat is clean and lots of (360)460-6162 fun. It is powered by a 1995 Mercruiser 3.0L in- CAMERO: ‘87 Iroc Conb o a r d e n g i n e a n d i s vertible. Disassembled, towed on a 1995 Calkins no motor or trans., good trailer. Contact Travis body, ready to restore! Scott (360)460-2741. $500. (360)379-5243.

9817 Motorcycles

CHEV: ‘66 Impala conve r t i bl e. R u n s g r e a t , beautiful, collector! $17,000. (360)681-0488.

YA M A H A : ‘ 0 3 V- S t a r Classic. Air cooled, V- CHEV: ‘87 El Camino. Twin 5 sp, many extras. Runs good, good body $3,800/obo. 683-9357. and interior. $2,800/obo. (360)683-6079 YAMAHA: ‘06 YZF R1 50th anniversary edition. C O RVA I R : ‘ 6 3 Tu r b o B OAT / M OTO R : 1 6 ’ 23k, clean title, comes S p y d e r C o u p e . R e stored, loaded. $10,500. Starcraft fiberglass 1960 with extras, ex. cond. (360)683-5871 r u n a b o u t w i t h 7 5 h p $6,100. (360)477-0017. Johnson and trailer. Not a love boat, but runs like DAT S U N : ‘ 7 2 2 4 0 Z 9805 ATVs a champ. $1,600. But race car and trailer. w a i t . T h e r e ’s m o r e ! Red, spare engines, 1991, 20 hp Merc fresh QUAD: ‘06 TRX Honda trans., wheels, tires from the shop with re- 2 5 0 , l ow h r s. , h a r d l y and more! $10,000. built carb, new plugs, lot- used. $2,500. (360)385-5694 za zip. $1,400. (360)417-0539 (360)582-0723 LINCOLN: ‘50 Cosmo. Place your ad at Good body and interior, FIBERFORM: 17’, deep peninsula does not run. $3,000. V with 65 hp Merc. dailynews.com (360)683-1260 $2,000. (360)374-2069.

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FORD 1950 F-1 Pickup: 239 Flathead, V8, 3-speed overdrive, runs and looks great! $15,500/obo. (360)379-6646 PONTIAC: ‘78 Trans Am Original silver, 400 motor, auto. $10,000. (360)457-6462 TRIUMPH: ‘74 TR6 Classic British Spor ts Car. Excellent runner, c o nve r t i bl e w i t h h a r d top, rare over-drive, lots of extra original and new parts. $19,900. Serious inquiries. (360)460-2931

9292 Automobiles Others BUICK ‘10 LUCERNE CX SEDAN 3.9L V6, automatic, alloy wheels, good tires, traction control, tinted wind o w s , key l e s s e n t r y, p owe r w i n d ow s, d o o r locks, and mirrors, power leather seats, cruise control, tilt, air conditioning, CD Stereo, automatic climate control, OnS t a r, s t e e r i n g w h e e l controls, wireless phone control, information center, garage door controller, dual front, side impact, and side cur tain a i r b a g s. O n l y 3 3 , 0 0 0 original miles! One owner! Accident free Carfax! Like new inside and out! Too many options to list! Loaded with luxury features at a price you can a f fo r d ! W hy bu y n ew when you can find such a gently used late model car? Come see the Peninsula’s value leader for over 55 years! Stop by Gray Motors today! $16,995 GRAY MOTORS 457-4901 graymotors.com

MINI COOPER: ‘07 Convertible. Price reduced! Great car, no problems, fun and fast! 24K miles. This is a twice reduced price, and is firm, and if still in my possession when this ad runs out, I am just going to trade it in! This a DARN GOOD DEAL!! $16,500. (360)477-8377

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9434 Pickup Trucks Others CHEV: ‘88 1/2 ton. 4x4, matching shell, clean, priced to sell. $2,395/obo. 775-6681.

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Robin Ward, pursuant to Quileute Law and Order Code Section 18.03(b), TOYOTA : ‘ 0 4 R a v - 4 . you are hereby notified 111K mi., white, ver y t h a t a S h o w C a u s e good condition. $9,150. Hearing in a confidential More info (360)808-0531 civil matter in which you are named as a par ty has been scheduled for EMAIL US AT classified@peninsula December 10, 2013, at dailynews.com 1:00 p.m. at the Quileute Tribal Court in La Push, WA. 9931 Legal Notices Pub: Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8, 2013 Legal No. 528735 Clallam County

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Air, The personal representative named below has cruise, power windows/ been appointed and has qualified as personal replocks, clean, runs great. resentative of this estate. Any person having a $2,500. (360)457-5299. claim against the decedent must, before the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address statDODGE: ‘98 3500 Turbo Diesel. 6 cyl Cummins J E E P : ‘ 0 2 W r a n g l e r ed below a copy of the claim and filing the original 24 valve, 4x4, 1 ton du- Sierra. White, gray hard- of the claim with the court. The claim must be preally, auto, 118K mi., tow/ top, straight 6 cyl., auto, sented within the latter of: (1) Thirty days after the HONDA: ‘92 Prelude. c a m p e r p k g . , e l e c . m u d a n d s n ow t i r e s, personal representative served or mailed the notice N o n - V T E C, ( 4 ) ex t r a brakes for trailer, class 3 h e av y d u t y bu m p e r s, t o t h e c r e d i t o r a s p r o v i d e d u n d e r R C W tires and rims. $2,500 hitch, new tires, exhaust, wired for towing, CB, fog 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) Four months after the date of cash. Call or text any batteries, upgraded lift lights, 77K. $11,000. first publication of this notice. If the claim is not pretime after 4 p.m., (919)616-2567 sented within this time frame, the claim is forever pump, new fuel ejection (360)461-5877 barred except as otherwise provided in RCW pump, leather interior, runs perfect, well maint., J E E P : ‘ 8 3 C J 7 . Ve r y 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to HYUNDAI: ‘10 Elantra service manuals incl. good cond., rebuilt title. claims against both the decedent’s probate and Touring. 31K, sunroof, $14,500. (360)460-8761. $5,200. (360)379-1277. non-probate assets. very clean. $12,500/obo. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: Dec. 1, 2013 (360)681-4809 DODGE: ‘99 2500 Se- JEEP: ‘99 Grand Chero- Tracy Pitz, Personal Representative r ies. Deisel, ext. cab, kee 4.0. In-line 6, auto, Attorney for Personal Representative: KIA: ‘01 Sportage 4X4. utility box, new trans. reg. 4WD, leather int., Alan E. Millet, WSBA #11706 190k, very good cond., $9,400. (360)565-6017. heated seats, sunroof, Address for Mailing or Service: new tires, 25-32 mpg, privacy glass, roof rack, P.O. Box 1029, Sequim, Washington 98382 runs strong, nice stereo FORD: ‘73 1 Ton Pick- custom wheels and tires. Pub.: Dec. 1, 8, 15, 2013 Legal No. 530565 with CD. $2,750/obo. up. Flat bed, with side $5,600. (360)582-0892. 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No. 13 4 00392 9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR CLALLAM COUNTY Estate of Jo Albert Taylor, Deceased. The personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court. The claim must be presented within the latter of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) Four months after the date of first publication of this notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and non-probate assets. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: Dec. 1, 2013 Geoffrey Sean Barr, Personal Representative Attorney for Personal Representative: Alan E. Millet, WSBA #11706 Address for Mailing or Service: P.O. Box 1029, Sequim, Washington 98382 Pub.: Dec. 1, 8, 15, 2013 Legal No. 530582 NOTICE OF PUBLIC LANDS LEASE Department of Natural Resources will auction a Special Forest Products Lease to the highest bonus bidder. Contract terms and bidding information are available by calling Olympic Region at (360)3742800 or by visiting the Region Office in Forks. Bidding begins at 10 AM at the Olympic Region Office, 411 Tillicum Lane, Forks, Washington, on January 16, 2014. D-5500, App. No. 35-090685, approximately 4,240 acres north west of Forks in portions of sections 33, 34,35 & 36, in T29N, R15W and portions of sections 1,2,3,4,10 & 11 of in T28N, R15W, & portions of sections 22,26 & 27 in T29N, R15W, W.M.. D-5055, App. No. 35-090684, approximately 1,080 acres northwest of Forks in portions of sections 9,10,15,16 & 22 in T29N, R15W, W.M..

Summaries of Ordinances Adopted by the Port Angeles City Council On December 3, 2013 Ordinance No. 3490 THIS ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, adopts the 2014 budget for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2014.

Ordinance No. 3491 THIS ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, amends Ordinance No. 3488 regarding levying ad valorem property taxes for the fiscal year 2014, and directs the City Clerk to certify said amount to the Board of Clallam County Commissioners.

The full texts of the Ordinances are available at City Hall in the City Clerk’s office, on the City’s website at www.cityofpa.us, or will be mailed upon request. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. These Ordinances shall take effect five days following the date of publication by summary. Janessa Hurd, CMC City Clerk Pub: Dec. 8, 2013

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CITY OF PORT ANGELES NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on DECEMBER 3, 2013, an application to authorize VIEW ENHANCEMENT VEGETATION TRIMMING in an environmentally sensitive area was submitted to the City’s Department of Community & Economic Development. Although a public hearing will NOT be conducted for the proposal, written public comment is being solicited regarding the proposal. Written comments must be submitted to the City Department of Community & Economic Development, 321 East Fifth St., P.O. Box 1150, Port Angeles, Washington, 98362, no later than DECEMBER 19, 2013. The application information may be reviewed at the City Department of Community & Economic Development. Comments should be factual to assist the reviewer in making an informed decision. City Hall is accessible to persons with disabilities. STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT: It is anticipated that a determination of nonsignificance will be issued for the proposal following the 15 day comment period that will end on December 19, 2013, per WAC 197-11-355.

D-5095, App. No. 35-090686, approximately 2,270 acres north west of Forks in portions of sections 23,25,26,34,35 & 36, in T30N, R15W & portions of APPLICANT: DANIEL BLOOD sections 2,3,10, & 11 in T29N, R15W, W.M.. PROPERTY OWNERS: C i t y o f Po r t A n g e l e s , M-2000, App. No. 35-090687, approximately 1,615 Clallam County, Mason, and Self acres west of Forks in portions of section 36, in T28N, R15W, all of section 31 & portions of sec- LOCATIONS: Intersection of “B�/4th Streets; tions 30 & 32 in T28N, R14W, & part of section 6 in 834 W. 4th St; and 409 S. “B� St. T27N, R15W, W.M.. For additional information please call the City of F-2000, App. No. 35-090689, approximately 680 Port Angeles Department of Community & Economacres southeast of Forks in portions of sections 15 ic Development at (360) 417-4750 Pub: Dec. 8, 2013 Legal No. 531564 & 16, T 28 N, R13W, W.M.. Pub: Dec. 8, 2013 Legal No. 530672 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS CITY HALL HVAC & ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL UPGRADE PROJECT CONSULTING SERVICES PROJECT NO. PD9913 & IT0107 CLALLAM COUNTY PARKS, FAIR & FACILITIES DEPARTMENT The Clallam County Parks, Fair & Facilities Department is accepting Statements of Qualifications and Letters of Interest from Architecture and Engineering firms for the year 2014. A detailed Request for Qualifications (RFQ) information packet including general information, requested services, submittal requirements, and evaluation process is available by contacting: Clallam County Parks, Fair & Facilities Department 223 East 4th St., Suite 7 Port Angeles, WA 98362-3015 Attn: Joel G. Winborn, Director PH: 360.417.2429 EMAIL: jwinborn@co.clallam.wa.us (preferred) Professional services may include: 1. Architecture: Building construction consisting of re-roofs; alterations/additions; ADA improvements; fire alarm upgrades; floor covering; painting; parks and fairgrounds facility and grounds improvements; historic preservation; electric car charging stations; park and site planning; feasibility studies and other associated work to be determined. 2. Engineering: Parking lot design; drainage and storm water design; water system improvements; septic, lift station and drain-field design; HVAC systems improvements and replacements; building access control and security upgrades and design; wireless panic alarm systems; structural analysis/design; surveying, parks and fairgrounds facility and grounds related improvement projects; mitigation and permitting; utilities design; building energy analysis/assessment; feasibility studies and other associated work to be determined.

City of Port Angeles

Sealed bids will be received by the Director of Public Works & Utilities at 321 East Fifth Street, P. O. Box 1150, Port Angeles, Washington 98362, until 2:00 pm, Tuesday, December 20, 2013, and not later, and will then and there be opened and publicly read at that time in the Jack Pittis Conference Room for the construction of the following improvements:

CITY HALL HVAC & ELECTRICAL UPGRADE PROJECT: Add additional cooling in the City Hall Data Center. Replace the fire suppression systems in (3) Data Centers at the City Hall. Add a VESDA system to the City Hall Data Center and receive alternate bids to provide (2) additional VESDA systems in (2) Data Centers at the City hall. Upgrade the Building Emergency Power system for Life Safety Power and Optional Power at the City hall including generator and transfer switch work. The City Engineer’s estimate range is between $350,000 and $450,000. The time of completion (performance period) is 180 working days.

Plans, specifications, addenda and plan holders list for this project are available from two sources: 1.) To view a low resolution set of the plans or the plan holders list view the City of Port Angeles web site www.cityofpa.us under City Project Bid Information on the front page. Complete digital documents are available at www.questcdn.com. Bidders can download the plan documents for $10.00. Enter project number 3014285 in the websites project search page. Bidders must register with QuestCDN to download or print the documents. Contact QuestCDN at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership or with questions about downloading or printing documents.

3. Environmental: NEPA/SEPA/EIS documentation; archeological/cultural resources surveys; environmental analysis, hazardous materials surveys; wetland delineation and mitigation, and other associated work to be determined.

2.) Builders Exchange of Washington, Inc. at http://www.bxwa.com. Click on: “Posted Projects�, “Public Works�, “City of Port Angeles�. Bidders are encouraged to “Register as a Bidder�, in order to receive automatic email notification of future addenda and to be placed on the “Bidders List�. Contact Clallam County reserves the right to reject any and the Builders Exchange of Washington, (425-258all submittals and to waive irregularities and infor- 1303) should you require further assistance. malities in the submittal and evaluation process. This RFQ does not obligate the County to pay any A mandatory pre-bid walk is scheduled for costs incurred by respondents in the preparation Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at 1:30PM at the and submission of their Statement of Qualifications. work site of 321 East Fifth Street, Port Angeles, The RFQ does not obligate the County to accept or WA. All bidders SHALL attend. contract for any expressed or implied services.

Minority and women owned businesses shall be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation, shall not be discriminated against on the grounds of gender, race, color, age, national origin or handicap in consideration of an award of any contract or subcontract, and shall be actively solicited for participation in this project by direct mailing of the invitation to bid to such businesses as have contacted the City for such notification. Further, all bidders are directed to solicit and conBoard of Clallam County Commissioners sider minority and women owned businesses as poMichael C. Chapman, Chair tential subcontractors and material suppliers for this Attest: project. Trish Holden, Clerk of the Board, CMC Pub: Dec. 1, 8, 2013 Legal No. 530563 Pub: Dec. 8, 15, 2013 Legal No. 531375 Submittals are due by 4:30 p.m., January 3, 2014 in the Parks, Fair & Facilities Office at the address above. Qualifications submitted after the due date will not be considered. Consultants accept all risks of late delivery of mailed submittals regardless of fault. The selected firm(s) must be able to begin work upon notice by March of 2014. Approved this 3rd day of December, 2013

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PORT ANGELES — As the hunter turns to the hunted and the helper becomes the helpless, so is Henry Crawford to the Peninsula Home Fund. Crawford has a master’s degree in social welfare with 30 years’ experience working in public, private and not-for-profit agencies. He spent 16 years as a Child Protective Services agent. When the company he worked for in Seattle downsized, he and seven others were laid off. “Seattle is a very expensive place to live,” he said, “and I’d been living in an expensive place.” He had come to Seattle from San Francisco after his wife died of breast cancer. His son and daughter were 13 and 14 when their mother died, and “it was on me to raise them and make sure they were OK.” Today, they lead successful adult lives: His son is in San Francisco, and the daughter is in Washington, D.C. “I did what I could, and they turned out well,” he said. But now the game of life had thrown down a new challenge to Henry Crawford.

‘Quite humbling’ He was 63, and at that age, he feared searching for a new job in his field might be tough. He was right. “They were looking for fresh, new faces,” he said. “I was being interviewed by people who didn’t have the experience I have. Quite humbling.” The job hunt dragged on without success — and it wasn’t long before he became a man without a home. He made his way out of Seattle and found himself in Port Angeles. He began working with counselors at Serenity House, which provides emergency shelter, transitional housing and supportive services to homeless individuals and families in Clallam County, and OlyCAP — nonprofit Olympic Community Action Programs, the No. 1 emergency-care agency in Jefferson and Clallam counties. OlyCAP manages the Home Fund for the PDN, screens the applicants, carefully disburses the funds and provides lifechanging counseling and services to those who need a “hand up, not a handout.” Crawford found a job processing seafood, and the Home Fund bought the warm work gear and gloves he needed to work inside a freezer and $150 to allow him to move from temporary housing into an apartment. With the move, he said, he was able to have the

peace of mind that comes from living in one’s own place. Today, Crawford works for Goodwill Industries. The company offers worker training, jobs and education training both inside and outside its stores. It was Goodwill that placed him for work at the Port Angeles office of WorkSource, the state program that provides employment services and training. The job there has been a good fit. Crawford helps prepare job-seekers’ resumes and gets applicants ready for job interviews. He also “assists with various questions they have in terms of employment, what skills they need to have for certain employment; and I assist with various forms they need to fill out.” He’s also gone back to school, trying a new direction — composites technology classes at Peninsula

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A former social worker, Henry Crawford, left, assists Dan Eskridge in searching for a job at WorkSource in Port Angeles. College. “It’s different working with my hands, and I like it,” he said. “I’d like to work with composites with a focus on aerospace and that type of technology.” He thanks his counselors and the generous donors to the Home Fund. “It really gave me a lift to know I wasn’t doing this by myself,” he said.

The PDN’s Peninsula Home Fund — a safety net for local residents when there is nowhere else to turn — is seeking contributions for its annual holiday season fundraising campaign that runs from Thanksgiving through Dec. 31. From Port Townsend to Forks, from Quilcene and Brinnon to Sequim and LaPush, the Home Fund is a “hand up, not a handout” for children, teens, families

and the elderly to get through an emergency situation. Money from the Home Fund is used for hot meals for seniors in Jefferson and Clallam counties; warm winter coats for kids; home repairs for a low-income family; needed prescription drugs; dental work; safe, drug-free temporary housing; eyeglasses — the list goes on and on. Begun in 1989, the

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Dan and Jessie Spicher, married for three years now, are marking their third Christmas since Dan’s ried Nov. 27 at the top of the observation tower on City lymphoma went into remission. Pier in Port Angeles.

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music in her life CONTINUED FROM C2 treatments, and had to quit work. His wife continued to She is “a real musical run her business, Maid to leader,” the professor said Perfection, while caring for of her student. Dan. A group of friends, Gardner-Morales, Spicher and her fellow singers Angels for Dan, formed to raise money to help the are preparing to join the Olympic Express Big Band couple with medical for an unprecedented event expenses. this Thursday night: Jingle y Christmas 2011, Jazz, a concert of holiday Dan’s cancer was music and swing tunes, in remission; he from “Cool Yule” and continues to enjoy “Sleigh Ride” to “Choo good health today. Choo Ch’Boogie” and “In Four months later in the Mood.” The 16-piece March 2012, it was Jessie’s band and the men and turn to face a major health women of the Vocal Jazz problem. She had to have Ensemble will take the surgery for a chiari malforPeninsula College Little mation, a brain condition Theater stage at 7:30 p.m. that gave her vicious headThursday (see box this aches. The surgery, she page). reported in a recent interpicher has a couple view, was a success. Through all of this, Jesof solos, one a holisie Spicher didn’t have day song and the other a jazz classic: immediate family to turn to. Her mother died in “Santa Baby” and Louis 2000, when Spicher was 14; Prima’s “Jump, Jive an’ later that same year, her Wail.” She auditioned for these numbers, and is filled father, Clallam County Sheriff’s Deputy Wally with anticipation for the Davis, was shot and killed moment when she’ll step in the line of duty. onto the stage with OlymThrough it all, Spicher pic Express. has kept music in her life. Spicher recently While a student at Port returned to college after a Angeles High School, she hiatus. She’s also a new sang in the Symphonic mother; she and her husChoir and in Vocal Unlimband Dan welcomed their ited choir, both of which are first child, Lucius, in May. led by Jolene Dalton GaiThey’re expecting another ley. baby next April. As a teenager, Spicher This is a joy-filled time was “marvelous,” Gailey for Spicher and her family recalled. — and it comes after a “She was very dediseries of trials. cated,” made the All-NorthIn June 2011, Dan was west Choir and went to the diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and spent much state competition as a soloof the year undergoing che- ist. “I am so happy that Jesmotherapy. He had just sie is still singing,” added landed a job at Westport Shipyard before beginning Gailey, “and bringing joy.”

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‘Cool Yule’ coming to Peninsula College “JINGLE JAZZ,” A concert starring the Olympic Express Big Band and the Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble, will stir together holiday jazz and big-band classics at Peninsula College this Thursday, Dec. 12. The evening will start with no-host desserts and beverages at 6:30 p.m. in the Pirate Union Building; the show will come at 7:30 in the Little Theater on the campus at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd. Advance tickets are $10, with proceeds to benefit the Peninsula College Foundation, which contributes to scholarships and to arts programs that are open to the community. To purchase, see pencol.edu/foundation or www. BrownPaperTickets.com. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $15, but music lovers should know that the Vocal Jazz Ensemble’s debut concert in June sold out. More information about Thursday’s benefit can be found at 360-417-6400. Singing alongside a big band “is a really neat opportunity for our group,” said Vocal Jazz member Jessie Spicher, who hailed her music professor, Elaine Gardner-Morales, for her choice of songs. The evening’s program will travel from “Afternoon in Paris” and “Fever” to “Operator” and “Christmas Time Is Near.” TURN

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Parents: Baby won’t sleep through night OUR 5-MONTH-OLD STILL does not sleep through the night. It is exhausting, and we both have to get up to go to work the next day. What are we doing wrong? How can we help him go to sleep and to stay asleep for at least eight hours?

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Florida parent Our daughter was a very light sleeper until she was around 2, so I certainly understand the exhaustion. We could not figure out what in the world was going on, especially since her pediatrician also seemed puzzled. My mom suggested have her hearing tested. One inner-ear was way below average, and the other one was over compensating for it. For whatever reason, she always slept on her right side,

and this was the ear that was not normal. As she fell asleep, apparently the good ear picked up any kind of noise, since it was exposed to the surroundings. Once we got the correction on the poor hearing side, it just took a few more weeks before she started sleeping through the night. Our main complaint was that

night at his own house. He may also be used to the sounds and smells of the childcare center, and this can also inhibit him. Once you get the details from his childcare, they should work with you to help change the learned behavior. Remember, babies make some From Jodie type of noise for the first 10 to 20 There are many factors to con- minutes that they are laid down. This is normal and is considered sider; some of which could be a “settling” mode. However, this medical and others simply is but one of several scenarios to learned behavior. If everything try to remedy. checks out at the pediatrician, To help you further, you might then you need to start by focuswant to check out the book, The ing on his day-to-day habits. A to Z of Children’s Health, by For example, if he goes to a Dr. Jeremy Friedman, (Robert childcare facility, find out when Rose Inc), available at Amazon, he takes his naps and the num$20.95. It has many contributing ber of hours he is sleeping each authors and covers topics of all day. If he is sleeping too many sorts from birth to age 10. It is hours there, he will not be tired enough to sleep through the truly amazing. her regular pediatrician didn’t find this problem nor suggest having her hearing tested. You might want to ask your doctor about this or maybe just do it on your own, as we did. — E.B. in Coral Springs, Fla.

Couple lets ‘little piece of paper’ break happy home CAMERON, LIZZIE LIKED to tell people, was her “everything.” She’d say, “He’s my best friend, my lover, the person who makes me laugh, the one who consoles me when I cry.” The only thing he wasn’t was her husband. And that was just fine with both of them. When they started dating, Lizzie was 27, and Cameron was 35. They’d both been married before. They’d both been through horrendous divorces. Neither of them had any desire to repeat the experience. And they saw no reason to. “We couldn’t think of a thing that marriage would add to our relationship,” Lizzie said. “It was pretty great the way it was.” After they’d been dating for seven months, the lease on Lizzie’s apartment was up. She was going to renew it, when Cameron suggested she move in with him. She was thrilled. It was furnished in “early bachelor.” He told her to decorate it however she liked. “He told me he wanted me to make myself at home,” Lizzie says. Three years passed. Things were good, but Lizzie found herself changing. She wasn’t sure she wanted children, but she wasn’t sure she didn’t want them, either. What she was sure about was that if she had children, she wanted to be married. It started getting on her nerves that she had to introduce Cameron as her “boyfriend,” which was better than “significant other,” but not much. It bugged her that when someone assumed they were married, Cameron immediately set them straight. “What was so bad about being married?” she wondered. Why was Cameron so opposed to being her husband? She felt they were married in everything but name, so maybe it was time to make it official. More than anything, Lizzie was hurt. If they loved each other, lived

There’s an eight-year age difference between them. When Lizzie divorced, she was young and pretty gun shy, not all that worried about her biological clock. As she hit 30, the undeniable fact was that if she wanted to have children, time was not on her side. Even if living together was all cool at first, her family, friends and probably own moral compass (kids should ideally have married parents) soon tipped the scale in the other direction. Cameron, on the other hand, really doesn’t have a biological clock and may have had no interest in kids at all. He doesn’t have to grow up. I say Lizzie dodged a bullet because Cameron is a Peter Pan who will never grow up.

Devon Obviously getting married wasn’t just a piece of paper to this couple. It was a sign of commitment to both of them, one she wanted and one he wouldn’t agree to. The fact that they went to counseling and neither would budge is a sign that each was more committed to their position than to each other. That’s a good indicator that they should go their separate ways. Cameron said being married would change the idea of them being together because they wanted to, not because they had to. But he was divorced. His divorce should have taught him that no piece of paper is going to keep someone in a marriage if he or she doesn’t want to be in one. As for marriage itself being “just a piece of

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Shirley I just can’t dump on this guy. He told her from the very beginning what he wanted, and it was what she wanted as well, at the time. Just because her view changed and his didn’t doesn’t make him a bad guy. Would people be just as upset with her if he were the one to change his mind? I suspect the answer is no.

________ Cheryl Lavin compiles Tales from the Front at her home office in Arizona, where she writes a blog at http://www.creators.com/ advice/tales-from-the-front.html. Email questions or comments to cheryllavinrapp@gmail.com. Her column appears weekly in Peninsula Profile.

________ Jodie Lynn shares parenting tips through her weekly column. Write her at Parent to Parent, 2464 Taylor Road, Suite 131, Wildwood, MO 63040 or direct2 contact@parenttoparent.com via email.

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SEQUIM — Sequim Sunrise Rotary members have responded to the Philippines typhoon disaster by contributing $8,300 for ShelterBox assistance. ShelterBox is an international disasterrelief organization that provides humanitarian assistance in the form of a disaster-relief tent for an extended family, a stove, blankets and a water filter, in addition to other tools for survival. Sequim Sunrise has been a supporter of this program since its beginning in the U.S. in 2005.

$120,000 worldwide Since that time, Sequim Sunrise members have contributed more than $120,000 for disasters around the world. Sunrise members said they believe this is more than any of the more than 7,500 Rotary clubs in the U.S. Two members of the club, Tom Schaafsma and Scott Robinson, are response team members and accompanied boxes to set up tents and train

others how to use the equipment. Both Schaafsma and Robinson have been to more than 10 countries. The local ambassador for ShelterBox, Rotarian Jim Pickett, has led fundraising efforts in Western Washington that have resulted in donations from Rotarians in excess of $200,000.

Ambassador of year In 2012, Pickett was named Ambassador of the Year for ShelterBox USA. All seven Rotary clubs in Clallam and Jefferson counties have supported this effort, as have many citizens and other service organizations. Learn more about ShelterBox or make a tax-deductible donation online at www.shelter boxusa.org. Donations in any amount also can be made for ShelterBox by sending a check to SSRF (Sequim Sunrise Rotary Foundation) indicating ShelterBox on the “For” line. Mail the tax-deductible check to Sequim Sunrise Rotary, P.O. Box 1521, Sequim, WA 98382.

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together and planned a future together, why weren’t they married? Cameron would always say that the way he looked at it, they were together because they chose to be, not because there was a piece of paper keeping them that way. But Lizzie didn’t think there was anything wrong with a piece of paper. And neither did her family, especially her mother. She kept saying, “Well?” The relationship started to unravel. Every little thing set Lizzie off. Cameron left his socks on the floor. Lizzie would throw a fit. He kept her waiting 10 minutes. She’d start to cry. He forgot to pick up her cleaning. She slammed the door in his face. The more she said she wanted to get married, the more Cameron dug in his heels. He said the constant pressure she was putting on him was destroying them. They went to counseling, but neither of them budged. Finally, Lizzie gave Cameron an ultimatum. Marry me, or else. He chose else. Six months later, he was living with the receptionist in his office. Lizzie is spending every night crying herself to sleep. Sometimes, she thinks she let “a little piece of paper” destroy her happiness. Other times, she thinks it was the receptionist that kept Cameron from making a commitment to her. Here are your thoughts:

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Hubby hasn’t told ex he got married DEAR JOHN: MY husband “Mack” and I have been married four months. We met about a year ago, and it was love at first sight. Prior to meeting me, Mack had just broken up with a woman he had lived with for about three years. Everything about them was mismatched, and he claims he was miserable the whole time he was with her. The breakup was so messy he just left the home they owned together and never looked back. The problem is that she still calls and emails him at work. He claims he doesn’t respond. In fact — and this is the hard part — he hasn’t broken the news to her yet that he has married someone else! He says it will just crush her because she had always wanted them to marry and have children. I think it’s crueler to leave her thinking he’s still available and all she has to do is “wait until he comes to his senses.” — What Do You Think of This? in Boston Dear Think of This: He’s behaving like a coward. When it comes to relationships — particularly ones that are over and done — honesty is always the best policy. You’re so right to point out to him that what he is doing is cruel, not to say unusual. He couldn’t do anything meaner to a Venusian. To make this point, ask him how he would feel if the shoe were on the other foot. Then, encourage him to do the right thing: Call the woman, tell her that he’s moved on with his life and that he wishes she would do the same.

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So Gardner-Morales is a music professor again, teaching two sections of Gardner-Morales, vocal jazz at Peninsula director of Brookhaven College. She’s also makCollege’s School of the ing music outside the Arts in Dallas until her retirement four years ago, classroom as the guitarist is the driving force behind with Olympic Express. this concert. She moved to She’ll be playing with the Port Angeles in 2009 and, big band Thursday night, alongside her students. since she’s a guitarist, Spicher, along with her feljoined the Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble led by low jazz vocalists, will offer solo and ensemble numprofessor David Jones. bers, and Olympic Jones knew of her experience teaching vocal Express, with singer jazz, and encouraged her Teresa Pierce, will add a batch of its own standards to offer a course in it. to the mix. “We started from The Peninsula College ground zero last April,” Vocal Jazz Ensemble perGardner-Morales said. formers include Spicher, And the Vocal Jazz Ensemble has since taken Josette Hodge, Gabe Bagno, Brittany Bennet, off, attracting men and Bunny Cornwall, Daniel women across the age Camper, Tara Dupont, spectrum. CONTINUED FROM C3

or, if you choose, both together. I’m happy to hear that you’re concerned about your studies and that means you want to keep your perspective about this relationship. Those are all positive steps. What you don’t want to do is make any rash decisions. There are high school sweethearts that meet, fall deeply in love and spend a lifetime together. Search online for the story of John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, and his high school sweetheart, Annie. You can go the distance or see your relationship end just weeks from now. Bring your parents into the loop, and you’ll be surprised just how wise and helpful they can be.

High school romance Dear John: I’m just 18, but I’ve fallen in love in a big way. We are both seniors in high school. I try to think about other things, like my studies, but I can’t get him off my mind. He says he feels the same way about me. I haven’t told my parents about how we feel. Should I? — Madly in Love in Augusta, Ga.

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Spicher: Technical jazz CONTINUED FROM C3 They’re easier to sing than the music she’s studying in college. Jazz is “very, very technical in rhythm and melody,” and her professor is one exacting teacher. Gardner-Morales “is a get-downto-brass-tacks kind of person. She wants it done right,” said Spicher.

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eager to be challenged musically. Spicher, for her part, would like to record her own music one day. That takes money, of course, and she has other priorities ardner-Morales believes that vocal right now. She doesn’t jazz music, couknow where her singing pled with the will take her; she just group setting, fulfills a knows she wants to keep need in young people. At making music. Peninsula College, she “Singing,” she said, “makes me feel whole.” finds her students are

When they’re not yet getting it right, the professor lets her students know — yet she does it with love, the singer added.

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Rachel Heath, Marissa Wilson, Chace Souza, Jordyn Owen, Robbin Eaves, Sam Minkoff, Lucy Higgs, Tyler Napiontek, Midge Hull, Rebecca Redshaw, Nina Kirsch, Brandi Larson, Nicole Stidham, Kare White and Janet Lucas. Gardner-Morales is especially enthused about holding a concert for the Peninsula College Foundation. “I have received so much,” she said, from working with college students. “It is great to have this opportunity to give back. “My hope is to sell every seat, and have a tremendous night of giving through music.” Diane Urbani de la Paz Peninsula Daily News

Dear John: My wife’s sister just went through a divorce and now, in the hope of cheering her up, my wife invites her over to our house every Sunday for dinner and to do other things with us, like going shopping at the mall. I understand that her sister is pretty dispirited about the breakup, but she’s also unpleasant to be around. I get this feeling that she resents our happy marriage, particularly because her marriage ended badly. I don’t want to upset my wife, but being around her sister this much is becoming really difficult for me. How can I tell my wife that without upsetting her? — More Than Enough in Houston

Dear Enough: Not every conversation we need to have with our life partner is an easy one. And this discussion is indeed going to be a difficult one. Nevertheless, for the sake of your relationship, your wife needs to know your feelings. Eventually, your sense that you have had “more than enough,” will Dear Madly in Love: bubble up to the surface The passion of young love anyway. And when your can burn very bright and feelings do come out, very hot. What you don’t know is that there is a very having been suppressed good chance that your mom for too long, they may well come out in the or dad had a similar expeform of anger and frusrience when they were at tration. or near your age now. So before that hapYes, you should talk pens, sit down with your with your mom, your dad, wife and tell her in a loving way how you feel. You may be surprised to May we help? hear that she has many of the same feelings. In arrive 10 days before publicaPeninsula Profile, which any event, this is an tion. appears Sundays in the Penissue the two of you Q Hand-deliver it to any insula Daily News, welcomes must resolve together. of our news offices at 305 W. items about coming North

Dear John: My husband “Al” was laid off from his job. It was a job he really enjoyed. Thankfully, we already had a decent nest egg, and he was given a nice severance package. Unfortunately, during this time, Al’s father passed away, and he discovered he had a health issue with which to deal. Of course, with all of this hitting him at once, I told him not to rush finding work, taking time first to grieve and do what he can to get himself together, emotionally and physically. That was six months ago, and he has barely made an effort to find work. I have tried every

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possible way to motivate him; now, I find myself resenting him. He was our family’s main breadwinner, but presently, we are living on my salary, which is only one-third of what he was making. The other day, I finally lost it and demanded he seek counseling to help him through his issues. Al promised he would, but that was over a week ago, and he still hasn’t done anything. What am I to do about this? — Worried Wife in Wilmington, Del. Sis-in-law a grump Dear Worried Wife: You’re going to set the appointment with the counselor and ask him to accompany you to the session. Both of you need to get out your frustrations over what you’ve been through in order to reconnect and thrive again as a couple. After that first session, you can ask him to commit to go to counseling on his own, or if he prefers, you can keep going together. Please don’t give up on him. He needs you now more than ever. By continuing to encourage him to do what he can to move beyond his current circumstances, you can both overcome anything that threatens to pull you apart.

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Daniel Zimm, Port Townsend — $100. ■ Barb Buchanan, Port Angeles — $40. In memory of Jim Buchanan. My late husband always gave to the Home Fund. He believed in the good work they do. ■ Anita and Russell Hickam, Forks — $35. In memory of Jeannette Williams, our loving mother. ■ Dianne Williams, Port Angeles — $25. In memory of Jeannette Williams, my loving sister and friend. ■ Tom and Leann Barber, Port Angeles — $1,000. ■ Ted and Fredda Bur-

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tillo, Sequim — $50. ■ Bill and Carol Peet, Port Angeles — $200. ■ Sue Molin, Sequim — $75. In honor of Susan Molin. ■ Brian Anders, Port Angeles — $250. ■ Kathy Cooper, Sequim — $100. ■ Just for Dolls of Washington, Port Angeles — $600. Club members raised the money by selling $1 raffle tickets for “Saige,� the 2013 American Girl Doll of the Year, at the Lavender Festival and other local venues. The Nov. 1 drawing was won by Gena Mead of Port Angeles. Another Saige doll with a wardrobe will be raffled at the club’s Feb. 1 Doll Show and Sale, “Southwest Dolly Daze.�

â–  Hoch Construction Inc., Port Angeles. â–  Larry and Sandy Davidson, Sequim. â–  Sherie Maddox, Port Angeles. â–  Rick and Wendy Oak, Port Angeles. â–  Ellen and Ted Tsoneff, Port Angeles. â–  Olympic Springs Inc., Carlsborg. â–  Kerry and Marilyn Perkins, Port Angeles. In memory of Jeannie Rawley. â–  John and Rosemary Forster, Port Angeles. â–  John Silver and Lois Bellamy, Port Angeles. In memory of our parents. â–  Paul and Donna Downes, Port Angeles. â–  Ronald and Jeri Hight, Sequim. â–  Gary and Jan Holmquist, Port Angeles. In memory of our son, Danny Holmquist. â–  Joe and Naomi Denhart, Port Angeles. In loving memory of our parents. â–  Lucille Caughron, Sequim. In memory of Leonard Caughron. â–  Eldora Pederson, Port

Angeles. ■ John and Nancy Jost, Sequim. ■ Herb and Marolyn Russell, Port Angeles. In memory of Will Muller. ■ M.L. Mansfield, Sequim. ■ Sue and C.V. Tondreau, Sequim. ■ Marilyn Bruning, Sequim. ■ Steve and Weezie, Port Townsend. ■ Sandra and David Marsh, Sequim. ■ Kathleen Balducci, Port Angeles. In memory of Bal and my parents, Dale and Betty Owen. ■ Chris Minard, Carlsborg. In honor of Barbara Minard. ■ Carolyn Muller, Port Angeles. In memory of Will Muller. ■ Paul Forrest and Gail McDonald, Port Angeles. ■ James Jackson, Port Angeles. In memory of Ralph and Elizabeth Jackson. ■ Larry and Marilyn Elliott, Sequim. ■ Peter and Karen Bulkeley, Sequim. ■ Clair and Marge Paschal, Port Hadlock. ■ Richard and Karen Grennan, Sequim. In loving memory of Mom, Aunt Helen, Gail, Ruthie and Sydney. ■ McKeever, Sequim. ■ Cynthia Spawn, Port Angeles. ■ Ed and Phyllis Hopfner, Port Angeles. ■ John and Dee McHenry, Port Angeles. In memory of Oma and Granny. ■ Florence Chamberlain, Port Angeles. ■ Jim and Marci Thomsen, Port Angeles. In honor of our special friends, who are so greatly appreciated. ■ Mark McCormick and Bob Fletcher, Sequim. In honor of Mom and Dad Fletcher and Mom and Dad McCormick. ■ Linda Whitehouse, Port Angeles. In memory of William A. Whitehouse. ■ Darlene and Michael Clemens, Port Angeles. ■ Richard and Beverly Howe, Sequim. ■ Karen Gates, Port Angeles. In memory of my husband, Tommy Gates; my mother, Dyrene Coburn; and my brother, Jim Coburn, all of whom died in 2013. ■ Donna Brown, Port Angeles. In honor of Willene Racle. ■ Neil and Jaqueline Eklund, Sequim. ■ Rosemary Cockrill, Port Angeles. ■ Dana and Carol L. Martell, Port Angeles. In honor of Eleanor Martell. ■ Donna M. Spalding, Sequim. In memory of Earl Spalding. ■ Dan and Eve Farrell, Port Angeles. ■ Dr. Joseph Cress and Elaine M. Peaslee, Sequim. In memory of Jenny Cress. ■ Paul Roess and Mary CotÊ, Port Angeles. ■ Jim and Jane Ratliff, Sequim. ■ Brad and Nancy Anseth, Sequim. ■ Mike’s Cedar Works (Mike and Pamela Caldwell), Port Angeles. In honor of the good people of Port Angeles. ■ Dick and Dottie Foster, Port Angeles. ■ Diane Wheeler, Port Angeles. ■ Larry and Lynn Gosser, Port Angeles. ■ Bonnee Zander, Puyallup. In honor of Rebecca Zander. ■ John and Cynthia Austin, Port Ludlow. In honor of Jefferson Land Trust. ■ Gunther and Lee Dohse, Chimacum. ■ David and Lisa Bednarski, Snohomish. In memory of Ronald Bednarski. ■ Willard and Paula Baker, Sequim. In memory of Tom Baker. ■ Marie Botnen, Sequim. In memory of Nadene Botnen. ■ Maria E. Mendes, Port Townsend. ■ Richard S. Seaman, Port Angeles. TURN

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Giving: Peninsula contributors Dylan’s electric CONTINUED FROM C6 Port Angeles. Peninsula Daily News’ Home Fund is great! ■ Tom and Judie ■ Richard and Gladys Sharpe, Port Angeles. Dexter, Port Angeles. ■ Voneda Stiewe, Chi■ Wesley and Lynda macum. ■ Brando and Christina Stevens, Sequim. ■ Cheryl and Jim CoulBlore, Port Angeles. ter, Sequim. ■ Dee and Garry ■ Eleanor and Andy Kispert, Sequim. To honor Geiger, Port Angeles. the marriage of Julie ■ Penny L. Ervin, Port Callahan and Richard Angeles. In memory of Tarbuck on Nov. 29. Best wishes! Carole Cudd. ■ Jay and Alicia Craw■ Mark and Patty Hanford, Sequim. nah, Port Angeles. ■ Sandra and Russell ■ Lee Raymond, Hesselman, Port Angeles. Sequim. In honor of Margie In memory of Scott Hessel■ Mary James, Port man. Angeles. In memory of ■ Homer and Karla Louise Spawn. Muto, Port Angeles. ■ Barbara Schroeter, ■ Sandra and Anthony Port Angeles. In memory of Lier, Port Angeles. In honor Auther and Larry Donof Rogue. dlinger. ■ Robert Sheridan, ■ Roy and Pat Jones, Sequim. Port Angeles. In memory of ■ John and Phyllis Bob Steele. Kendall, Port Angeles. In ■ Ron Hayes and memory of Graham Reaves. Melinda Bryden, Port ■ Doug and Trudy Rit- Townsend. In memory of tenhouse, Port Angeles. Blanche Carter. ■ Ruth Lund, Port ■ Gary Johnson, Port Angeles. Angeles. ■ Viki Kocha, Sequim. ■ Samuel Shusterman, ■ Virginia Woolf, Carls- Port Townsend. In honor of borg. Linda McKenzie. Thank ■ Fred and Carol you for all the effort and Royce, Port Angeles. love you have put into “Just ■ Dale and Carol WarSoup,� providing nourishner, Port Angeles. In mem- ment and growing commuory of Sara Garcia and nity in Port Townsend. Violet O’Dell. You have made “Just ■ JoAnne Hughes, Port Soup� so much more than a Angeles. warm meal. ■ Al and Jean Slaight, ■ Samuel Shusterman, Sequim. Port Townsend. In memory ■ Jill Blake, Sequim. of Frances P. Shusterman. ■ Jean and Gene ■ Mr. and Mrs. Terry R. Spargo, Sequim. Santos, Sequim. ■ Edward and Virginia ■ Beth Mackey, Port Porter, Port Ludlow. Townsend. In honor of Lois ■ Merle Broderick, Port Haynes. Angeles. In memory of C.A. ■ Charlie Byrd, Broderick. Sequim. In memory of ■ Ron and Marilyn Karen Byrd. Carlson, Sequim. ■ Roy Wilson, Sequim. ■ Teddy Gaskill, Port In memory of Liesje Wilson. Angeles. In memory of ■ Al and Barbara William. Deese, Port Angeles. In ■ K and L Haugland, memory of Ann Holke. Port Angeles. ■ Diane Kaufman, Port ■ Gene and Ann TrelsAngeles. tad, Port Angeles. ■ Quail Hollow Psycho■ Norman and Anita therapy PLLC, Sequim. Moran, Port Ludlow. ■ Julie and Kelly ■ Marjorie Faires, Port Fisher, Port Angeles. Angeles. ■ Bob and Catherine ■ Juliette Harris, Port Kapp, Port Townsend. Angeles. ■ Dr. Judy M. Price and ■ Inge Magrs, Sequim. Dr. Joseph L. Price, In memory of Bill Magrs. Sequim. ■ Velma Winters, Port ■ Chris and Valerie Angeles. In memory of Harold Winters and Robert Mohr, Sekiu. In memory of Harold Van Riper. Springfield. ■ Marvin and Carolyn ■ Robert and Susan Morillo, Port Angeles. Erzen, Sequim. ■ Randi and Heather ■ Joanne Eagan, Port Hansen, Port Angeles. In Angeles. In memory of Jo memory of the three “P’s�: Mar Lin Ru. Pat, Polly, and Phyllis! ■ Charlotte Patterson, Port Angeles. In memory of They live on in our hearts. ■ Ken and Mary CampKen Patterson, my true love, bell, Port Angeles. who firmly believed every■ Penny Brewer, one should give a hand up Sequim. In memory of to those less fortunate. David Brewer, forever in ■ Fred and Ann Weinmy heart. mann, Port Townsend. ■ Edna and James ■ D. Jean Lodeen, Port Kridler, Sequim. Angeles. ■ James Symes, ■ Lillian Green, Port Sequim. Angeles. In memory of ■ AMS Audio EnterHarold Green. ■ Eleanor A. Thornton, prises Inc., Sequim. Forks. In memory of Floyd M. Thornton, whose birthday was Dec. 25. peninsuladailynews.com ■ Dorothea Morgan,

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Give voice to your heart A GIFT OF any size is welcome. The Peninsula Home Fund has never been a campaign of heavy hitters. If you can contribute only a few dollars, please don’t hesitate because you think it won’t make a difference. Every gift makes a difference, regardless of its size. To donate, write a check to “Peninsula Home Fund� and attach it to the coupon on this page. Mail both items to Peninsula Home Fund, Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362. You can also donate online by credit card. Visit www.peninsuladailynews.com, then click near the middle of the home page on the box reading “Peninsula Daily News Home Fund — Click Here to Donate.� Or use the QR code at left to access the donation page with your smartphone. All contributions are fully IRS tax-deductible. The fund’s IRS number, under the auspices of Olympic Community Action Programs — OlyCAP — is 91-0814319. Whether you donate by coupon or online, you will receive a written thank-you and acknowledgment of your contribution. To delay may mean to forget.

Many thanks also to these donors (who requested anonymity): ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Port Ludlow — $25. ■ Port Angeles — $100. In memory of Joseph E. Jameson. ■ Port Townsend — $100. In memory of my husband. ■ Sequim — $100. In memory of Vergil Warren. ■ Sequim — $100. In memory of Ruthella G. Potter. ■ Sequim — $100. In memory of Carolyn Gill. ■ Port Ludlow — $25. ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Sequim — $500. ■ Port Angeles — $500. ■ Sequim — $2,000. ■ Sequim — $1,000. ■ Port Angeles — $200. ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Nordland — $20. ■ Sequim — $300. ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Carlsborg — $100. In memory of my loving husband. ■ Port Angeles — $150. ■ Sequim — $1,200. ■ Port Angeles — $200. ■ Sequim — $25. ■ Sequim — $100. ■ Sequim — $20. ■ Sequim — $200. ■ Port Angeles — $1,000. ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Sequim — $100. ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Sequim — $100. ■ Sequim — $100. ■ Sequim — $100. ■ Port Townsend — $30. Bless you all for all of your hard work for the fund. Happy holidays. ■ Port Angeles — $100. ■ Port Angeles — $200. ■ Port Angeles — $400. In memory of Jack and Bal. ■ Port Angeles — $50. ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Port Angeles — $100.

■ Sequim — $700. ■ Sequim — $20. ■ Sequim — $200. ■ Sequim — $10. ■ Port Ludlow — $200. ■ Port Angeles — $200. ■ Port Townsend — $50. In honor of Ruth Gordon. ■ Port Angeles — $110. In honor of Vasili Arkhipov. Thank you for the last 51 years. ■ Port Angeles — $250. ■ Sequim — $50. ■ Sequim — $200. ■ Cedar Falls, Iowa — $100. In memory of Donald Wildman. ■ Sequim — $100. ■ Port Angeles — $25. ■ Port Angeles — $100. ■ Port Angeles — $500. In honor of Kathy Wahto. ■ Sequim — $125. ■ Sequim — $75. ■ Sequim — $150. In honor of Mark and Nancy Bowman. You are a continuous inspiration of giving and caring for others. May your upcoming journey be a blessing for you and those you meet. ■ Port Townsend — $40. In honor of Piper. ■ Sequim — $100. In memory of Mary and Deward Arnold. ■ Port Angeles — $80.

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Instrument was played at iconic ’65 folk festival BY ULA ILNYTZKY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Like Elvis’ no-hips-allowed appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,� or the Beatles’ arrival in America, or Woodstock, it is considered one of the milestone moments in rock history: Bob Dylan going electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. On Friday, the Fender Stratocaster that Dylan plugged in at the festival sold for nearly $1 million — the highest price ever paid for a guitar at auction. A buyer identified only as a private individual agreed to pay $965,000 at Christie’s, including the auction house’s fees, for the sunburst-finish electric guitar. Dylan’s legendary performance at the festival in Rhode Island 48 years ago marked his rupture with the folk movement’s old guard and solidified his shift away from acoustic music, like “Blowin’ in the Wind,� toward amplified rock, such as “Like a Rolling Stone.� The raucous, three-song electric set was booed by some in the crowd, and folk purists saw Dylan as a traitor and a sellout. But “his going electric changed the structure of folk music,� said Newport Folk Festival founder George Wein, 88. “The minute Dylan went electric, all these young people said, ‘Bobby’s going electric. We’re going electric, too.’� Christie’s had expected the guitar, which was sold with its original black leather strap and Fender hard-shell case, to go for far less, $300,000 to $500,000. The previous record for a guitar sold at auction was held by Eric Clapton’s Fender, nicknamed “Blackie,� which sold at Christie’s for $959,500 in 2004.

Left on a plane Dylan’s guitar had been in the possession of a New Jersey family for nearly 50 years after the singer left it on a private plane. The pilot’s daughter, Dawn Peterson of Morris County, N.J., said her father asked Dylan’s management what to do with the instrument, and nobody ever got back to him. Last year, she took it to the PBS show “History Detectives� to have it authenticated, and rock-

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This is the Fender Stratocaster a young Bob Dylan played at the historic 1965 Newport Folk Festival. memorabilia experts matched its wood grain to close-up color photos of Dylan’s instrument at the 1965 festival. Dylan’s attorney and his publicist didn’t respond to email and phone requests for comment. Dylan and Peterson, who declined to be interviewed, recently settled a legal dispute over the items. The terms weren’t disclosed. In embracing electric guitar, Dylan was credited with infusing rock with the depth and complexity of literature. In truth, Dylan had gone electric well before the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. Months earlier, he released the album “Bringing It All Back Home,� one side of which was electric. And the single “Like a Rolling Stone� came out just days before the festival. But his performance at one of folk’s biggest showcases — in front of some of the purest of folk purists — caused a sensation. Exactly what happened at the festival July 25, 1965, has become enshrouded in legend, and debate persists over whether those who booed were angry over Dylan’s electric turn or were upset over the sound quality or the overly brief set. Backed by a rock band that included Mike Bloomfield on guitar and Al Kooper on organ, Dylan played such songs as “Maggie’s Farm� and “Like a Rolling Stone.� He returned for an acoustic encore with “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue.�

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Keep pets safe, even Santa Claws ONE OF MY most memorable holiday cases was the Labrador retriever puppy (what else!) who had swallowed an entire string of Christmas tree lights. When he was brought in, gagging, I opened his mouth and could still see the plug, far in the back. I have to admit that it was tempting to anesthetize him, plug it in and see if an ethereal glow from the body would tell us where in the gastrointestinal tract to look for the lights. This was a case that called for a specialist, though. We didn’t have the imaging or endoscopic equipment to locate and remove the lights. Sometimes, it’s almost as if pets think the holidays aren’t complete without a trip to the emergency room. They suffer electroshock burns of the mouth from chewing on Christmas tree light cords, devour whole plates full of fudge, eat the toxic mistletoe berries off kissing balls and raid the trash for the string used to wrap the turkey or ham. We’ve seen it all, and we don’t want you to have to. The following tips will help you keep your dogs and cats safe, whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Festivus. ■ Cover garbage cans securely or place them up high or behind closed doors. Eating cooked bones or the paper or string used to wrap meat can cause intestinal obstructions or injuries. Nobody wants to spend what should be a festive day waiting to hear the results of a pet’s emergency surgery. ■ Replace live holiday plants with artificial ones. Amaryllis, holly, lilies and mistletoe all have varying degrees of toxicity. If you’re lucky, your pet will simply nibble on them and then throw up the greenery in the

middle of Uncle Marvin’s longwinded story about his visit to the Grand Canyon. But in a worst-case scenario, your pet could suffer severe vomiting and diarrhea, difficulty breathing or even death in a matter of hours. ■ Tether the tree. What self-respecting cat isn’t going to climb the Christmas tree? To keep it upright, use fishing line to anchor the tree to the ceiling. Surrounding the tree with an exercise pen — tastefully decorated, of course — will further protect it from marauding dogs or curious kittens. ■ Say “no” to tinsel and ribbons. Cats, and sometimes dogs, love to play with the shiny strands, but if swallowed, they can cut or obstruct the intestinal tract. ■ Go electric. Burning candles are beautiful, but it takes only the swish of a dog or cat tail to knock them over, causing burns or starting fires. Use flameless candles instead. ■ Avoid shock and oww. Coat electrical cords with Bitter Apple or wrap them in tough cable covers to prevent curious pets from chewing on them. ■ Scent sense. Scent diffusers and potpourri contain highly toxic essential oils. Pets who lap up the spilled liquid or ingest large amounts of potpourri can suffer severe burns to the mouth and esophagus or other serious internal injuries. Keep containers away from pets, and wipe up spills immediately and thoroughly. ■ Provide a retreat. Make sure your pet has a quiet place, such as a crate or little-used room, where he can go to get away from visitors, loud holiday music and the high-pitched squeals of children. ■ Is it safe to put a Santa cap or antlers on your pet? Your call. How vengeful is he? But the best way to enjoy the

predisposed to chronic ear infections. The secret to keeping canine Kim Campbell Marty ears clean and infection-free starts with a good sniff. Thornton Becker If you don’t smell anything, that’s a good sign. Healthy ears don’t have a bad odor. Then take a look at the ears. The skin should be a nice pinkygray color with a thin coating of light brown wax. If the ears smell normal and don’t look dirty, there’s no need to clean them. Signs of problems include redness, odor and discharge or a holidays with your pet is to heavy buildup of gray wax. schedule some extra cuddle time To deal with waxy buildup, in front of the tree. clean the ears with a mild prodA nice, long ear scratch will uct recommended by your veterihelp both of you survive the sea- narian. son. Ear tissue is sensitive, and harsh substances such as alcohol Q&A — with Dr. Marty can irritate and dry the skin. A bad odor and frequent head Becker and Kim Campbell shaking suggest an infection and Thornton warrant a trip to the veterinarQ: I have always heard ian so the cause of the infection that floppy-eared dogs get can be determined and treated more ear infections than dogs appropriately. with erect ears. Is that really true? The Buzz — Kim Campbell Also, how often should a Thornton and Dr. Marty dog’s ears be cleaned to preBecker vent infections? — via email ■ Does your dog love to swalA: It is a widely held belief low coins? that dogs with prick ears have It’s not an uncommon behavfewer infections, but the truth is, ior, especially in puppies, but no one knows for sure. pennies minted after 1982 are There’s no scientific evidence made primarily of zinc. one way or the other, but some It’s an important trace eleveterinarians, myself included, ment in the body, but toxic in will admit to seeing ear infeclarge amounts. tions more often in dogs with Besides scarfing down pocket droopy ears. change, other ways pets can The fact is, though, that any develop zinc toxicosis include dog can get an ear infection if gnawing on metal crates or old conditions are right. window frames in vintage homes Allergies can be part of the or licking skin covered in zinc equation, as can excess moisture oxide creams or ointments. from swimming or baths. The condition causes gastroinWhen the inside of a dog’s ear testinal upset and anemia and is gets wet and isn’t dried thorsometimes misdiagnosed as oughly, it creates an ideal enviimmune-mediated hemolytic aneronment for the growth of bacte- mia. ria and yeast. If your pet has a bellyful of And some dogs are genetically pennies, they may need to be

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removed surgically. ■ Using specially designed crash-test dog figures at a federally approved vehicle occupant testing lab, the Center for Pet Safety and Subaru of America teamed up to study the effectiveness of pet restraints for use in vehicles. The test, designed along the same lines as those used to measure the safety of car seats for children, found that only one product — the Sleepypod ClickIt Utility Harness — met every criterion for protecting canine crash-test dummies and, by extension, human passengers. The data gathered will be used to develop safety standards and test protocols — which currently don’t exist — for pet car harnesses and other travel safety products. Other items being tested for performance include crates, carriers and barriers. ■ Want to learn Spanish, but you’d rather spend your time scrolling through “I Can Haz Cheezburger” photos? Now you can do both. The CatAcademy app uses funny pictures from the website to help students of the language make visual associations with vocabulary words and phrases. For instance, the Spanish phrase “necesito ayuda” (I need help) is paired with a photo of a cat stuck in a potted plant. Humor and cuteness, combined with multiple-choice tests, matching games and repetitive exercises, contribute to improved learning ability, the creators say.

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

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JOYCE — Crescent School students in preschool through fifth grade recently held an assembly to honor local veterans. Fourth-grader Randy Lee opened the assembly by leading the audience in a flag salute. Then Crescent paraeducator Sarah Borte presented a slideshow in which she talked about her experi- Veterans were saluted recently at an assembly at Crescent School. Back row from left are Kathy Grooms, Sarah Borte, Don Irving and Mike Rooney; and front row from left are Robert Grooms, ences in the Army and her Larry Berson, Don Turco, Michael Owens, John Kent, John Cash, Ray Divacky, John Singhose and time serving in the Iraq Charles Gagnon. War. After her slideshow, each neuter dogs and cats living Reservations may be Veterans were both famveteran stood and introthe branch of military they made by phoning 360-460ily and community memin low-income homes, as served in and how many duced him or herself and 7131 or 360-565-1139. bers. well as unadoptable comyears they served. told a brief story or simply Elementary students munity cats. presented veterans with The all-volunteer nonChallenge for pets gifts they had made, such profit group has paid for PORT HADLOCK — A as letters, flags and poppies. spay/neuter of more than group of Jefferson County The assembly concluded 3,700 animals in Jefferson residents has stepped forwith fourth- and fifth-gradCounty since 2001. ward to double the impact ers singing “A Grateful A Senior Living Community The group has also proof programs aimed at by Assisted Living Concepts, Inc. Nation.” vided nearly $50,000 during ensuring safe and loving this time to local vets 680 W. Prairie St., Sequim homes for all Jefferson through Ginger’s Fund to Holiday light tours County animals. (360) 681-3385 help defray the costs of All donations made by PORT ANGELES — All emergency medical care for Dec. 31 to local nonprofit Points Charters & Tours again is offering Christmas Olympic Mountain Pet Pals pets when their families can’t afford it. will be matched up to light tours this season. Prairie Springs is happy to announce that our annual Angel According to Kolacy, the $10,000, the group’s biggest The two-hour tours will Tree is now available to the community. Each tag on the group’s programs are parbegin at the Safeway park- challenge grant ever. Angel tree represents a Clallam County foster child in need. ticularly efficient because The challenge grant is ing lot on Third Street. Pet Pals has extremely low made possible by Pet Pals Tours will be held at Please stop by Prairie Springs and select a tag off of the tree to 7 p.m. each day from Tues- members Robin Hake, Mar- overhead. The group rents support a child this holiday season. no office space and is run day, Dec. 17, through Friday, sha Wiener, Phyllis and by a group of volunteers. Paul Becker, Kathleen Dec. 27, with an exception We greatly appreciate your participation and support. Pet Pals also provides Mitchell and Scott Landis, on Christmas Eve, when tours will start at 5:30 p.m. Bob Podrat, Pam and Keith outreach through Read to Please deliver wrapped or unwrapped gifts to Prairie Springs Rover for youths and Pets Kolacy plus one member and 7:30 p.m. before December 16th. who wishes to remain anon- to People for seniors. The fare is $7.50 for Donations can be mailed ymous adults, $3.50 for children Pet Pals works with local to Olympic Mountain Pet ages 6-15 and free for ages Pals at P.O. Box 1466, Port veterinarians to spay and 5 and younger.

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NORDLAND — Nominations are sought by Dec. 31 for the 2013 Marrowstone Citizen of the Year. The ballet box with nomination forms has been placed at the Nordland General Store, 7180 Flagler Road, and also can be found at goo.gl/KKv6V. Forms can be mailed to Citizen of the Year Committee, c/o Mary TennBrink and Ray Harker at 155 E. Beach Road, Nordland, WA 98358. Each nominee must be an island resident and must have been involved in the performance of a service that has a long-lasting and beneficial effect on the island community and/or Jefferson County. Nominations must be submitted by Dec. 31, and the announcement of the 2013 award will be made at the Jan. 20 Marrowstone Island Community Association meeting.


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’Tis the season — for leucistic birds? IS THIS THE season for seeBIRD WATCH ing albino birds? Winter with its promise of feeders. white snow can bring thoughts of Joan Most of white birds to mind because this Carson them appear to is when we seem to see them at be winter resithe feeders or in our yards. dents from They may be all white or have somewhere only touches of it on their feathother than ers. Western WashA partial albino bird is corington. rectly identified as leucistic. Come These birds have albino charspring, and acteristics but aren’t true albinos. they are gone. Cornell University’s LaboraThe latest tory of Ornithology in Ithaca, report complete N.Y., has the most clear definiwith photograph was from Cliff tion for the two forms: Schleusner in the Port Angeles area. Albinism vs. leucism It is of a beautiful pure-white “Albinism is a genetic mutahouse finch. tion that prevents the production The photograph was captured of melanin in the body. Leucism while the bird was near a feeder, is a genetic mutation that preand it stood on a post as if waitvents melanin from being depos- ing for its photo to be taken. ited normally on feathers.” Another photograph hangs This may show up as pale beside this one on the bulletin board behind the desk. feathers as well as white ones. It is of a rare albino yellowEvery winter, albino or leucisbilled loon. tic birds show up in a variety of These are hard enough to places as well as in yards with

find, but to find one that is a true albino makes a rare photograph. The loon’s bill as well as its feet are pink. It is pure white with a dark eye, but the skin around the eye is pink. Charlie Summers, field editor for National Fisherman, sent this to me a long time ago when the bird was found on the Columbia River. The ease with which readers send me photographs of birds is one of the best things about the Internet.

Beautiful and rare I get to see some beautiful, interesting or rare photos, and some will always stand out in my memory. When it comes to albino sightings, this may be shaping up to be a good year for them. The first one that stood out this fall was another rare one. It was an albino hummingbird complete with pink bill and feet. Can you imagine a pure-white hummingbird coming to your

feeder when snow is on the ground? The aforementioned three species are examples of true albinism. Cornell says that if you ever do see one of these rare birds, consider yourself lucky. It would also like to hear about it. You can report a sighting by contacting the university at www.birds.cornell.edu. If possible, send a photo, too. Pure albinos are rare, but leucistic birds aren’t nearly as scarce. Most of us have seen birds in our yards or at our feeders that indicate they aren’t producing melanin in a normal manner. Right now, there are two Northern juncos visiting our feeders, and the leucism is showing up in the area around their eyes. One of the birds looks like it is wearing a “Lone Ranger” mask that is white instead of black. A second junco is wearing white eyeliner — lots of it.

Albinism, partial albinism or leucism, shows up in most species, but when it comes to the birds in our yards, some seem to be more susceptible than others. Robins, juncos and chickadees often show white where it doesn’t belong.

Old friends Sometimes, they return year after year, and it is the strange markings that tell us this is an old friend who has visited the yard before. We once had some leucistic chickadees return to our yard for three winters. I suspect they were from one brood, as there were three or four whose feathers were splashed in various patterns of white. Albino or leucistic, keep an eye out and the camera handy, and please send me a photo.

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

Make holidays come alive with plant gifts WITH CHRISTMAS upon us, grocery stores and gift shops are overflowing with those ubiquitous and cheery red poinsettias. Poinsettias make for festive holiday gifts, but why not give a plant that someone will want to keep around for more than one or two months? Here are some plants which are not complicated to care for and have other outstanding qualities which make them great to give during the holiday season: GETS BOOST FROM CHURCH ■ Amaryllis. I wrote about this perfect stocking Volunteers in Medicine of the Olympics, or VIMO, in Port Angeles stuffer a few weeks ago. recently received from St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church a $2,521 Amaryllis are ideal gifts donation, proceeds from the church’s Holiday World Market because of how gorgeous their huge trumpet flowers Place event. From left are St. Andrew’s members Betty Marshall, are. Margaret Maxwell and Melinda Szatlocky with VIMO They are also tall, Development head Zoe Apisdorf, clinic manager Mary Hogan stately plants that demand and volunteer and Peninsula College student Jennifer Winans. attention, and if you give the bulb as a gift, the recipient has a real sense of pride that “they grew this plant.” Everyone who sees a blooming amaryllis will proclaim its beauty. rated emergency equipaccepted at district head■ Christmas cactus. quarters, 323 N. Fifth Ave., ment. Not a desert cacti, this Santa Claus will ride on from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. is a great houseplant Monday through Dec. 13. a 1939 antique fire engine because it is very longdecorated with lights, a lived, needs only minimal tree and a sound system. Matte, frame art care and is resistant to disThe travel speed will be SEQUIM — A free SEQUIM — Santa’s Toy 5-10 mph or less as district ease and insects. course in “Selling Your and Food Fire Brigade, aka staff, volunteers and Boy It is photoperiodic, Work: Matting & Framing Clallam County Fire Dismeaning it needs short Scout Explorer Scouts walk Hands-On” will be pretrict No. 3 and Explorer days and long nights to alongside giving out candy sented by the LARC Galbloom; the natural dayPost 1003, will visit canes and collecting donalery, 425 E. Washington St., length of December forces Sequim neighborhoods to tions. Suite 1, at 5:30 p.m. Tuesit to bloom. collect toys and nonperishDonations will be colday. Christmas cactuses can able food items for donalected in downtown Sequim The event is intended to last for decades, often tion to Sequim Community west of Sequim Avenue give local artists exposure becoming family heirlooms, Aid and the Sequim Food Tuesday, in downtown to choosing and cutting so why not start a tradition Bank from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sequim east of Sequim matboard. this season? Tuesday through Friday, Avenue on Wednesday, in Framing also will be Their fluorescent blooms Dec. 13. the Emerald Highlands/Elk discussed. are stunning. Those donating a nonCreek Apartments/South For more information, ■ Orchids. Orchids are perishable food item or a Sequim Avenue area phone Shirley Mercer at classy plants and have new toy should listen for Thursday and the south360-460-9874, email intriguing floral petal patan occasional blast of fire west portion of the Sunsm-art@qwestoffice.net, or terns. engine sirens and ChristLand community from visit www.larcgallery They also last for mas music from the dis5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dec. 13. sequim.com. months on end in anyone’s trict’s small parade of decoPeninsula Daily News house, even for those peoDonations also will be ple who are all “black thumbs.” ■ Holly plants. The area’s nurseries along with the various plant vendors Angeles (360-457-7997) Catching Fire” (PG-13) ■ Deer Park Cinema, have potted beautiful varPort Angeles (360-452“Delivery Man” (PG-13) iegated holly plants. ■ The Starlight Room 7176) “Gravity” (PG-13) Dress up the pot with (21-and-older venue),

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A GROWING CONCERN Christmas May wrap and give a gift that not only looks marvelous but can then be planted outdoors after the season for years of enjoyment. Cyclamen. This magnificent blooming species is one of my all-time holiday (and post-holiday) favorites. Not only will it bloom for several months, it has a very attractive silvery leaf pattern as well. Cyclamen prefers low light and filtered light conditions, meaning cyclamen flourishes inside anyone’s home. Keep the plant moist, however, or its buds will shrivel away. ■ Heather or heath. Here is another common potted, winter-blooming nursery plant that is available most everywhere plants are sold. Again, wrap and dress up the pot to make it a perfect table decoration. Then in January, outside it goes for years of winter bloom.

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Other items In addition to a live plant, why not spark up the holidays with: ■ A holiday arrangement. At this time of the year florists offer fantastic table arrangements that usually feature candles. These seasonal arrangements are primarily composed of evergreens, so they have that wonderful holiday scent and really dress up any dinner table. ■ Wreaths and door swags. Numerous nurseries and greenhouses along with various charities and organizations offer beautiful evergreen wreaths and

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Let’s revisit the poinsettia, that quintessential Christmas plant. Poinsettias are not poisonous (a myth from early last century) and do not pose a health threat to children or pets. Have no trepidation about buying and giving them as a perfect party favor. Poinsettias, however, are very sensitive to the cold, so heat up the car and rush them quite quickly from your house to the car to the recipient’s home. Poinsettias also need high humidity, so keep them well-watered and put them atop a saucer that you add water to on a daily basis. Evaporation will cause a column of water vapor to rise up through the plant all day long.

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

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QUILCENE — The Plant-A-Thon, an environmental service fundraising project in Jefferson County, is back after a one-year hiatus. This February, students and their families from five county schools will plant 3,000 native trees at Tarboo Wildlife Preserve, a 316acre salmon habitat restoration site near Quilcene. Led by Northwest Watershed Institute since 2005, hundreds of participants have planted more than 26,000 native trees and shrubs while raising more than $90,000 for local schools. The program returns with five participating schools, including the Port Townsend OCEAN Program, Chimacum Pi Program, Swan School, Jefferson Community School and Port Townsend High School’s Students for Sustainability Club. For each tree planted, students sell a card that entitles the buyer to “plant a tree in honor of someone special.” (See accompanying story at right.) Since the institute obtains grants each year to pay for the trees and other supplies, all of the proceeds from fundraising go directly

to the schools. In addition, the schools seek individual and business sponsors who support Plant-A-Thon by making contribution of cash, goods and services. Some longtime sponsors include S.O.S. Printing, Henery’s Hardware, Pane d’Amore, Insight Bodywork and Hadlock Veterinary Clinic. The Plant-A-Thon is part of a watershed-wide effort to bring back native salmon and wildlife from the headwaters of Tarboo Creek down to Dabob Bay. “Tree-planting is often the last step in restoring stream habitat for wild salmon,” said institute Director Peter Bahls. Additional preparation included acquiring land from willing owners, placing a conservation easement on the property and re-meandering Tarboo Creek, which had been ditched many decades ago. “The schools are very important partners in the Tarboo Watershed Program: They bring fresh excitement, and they do a lot of work,” said Jude Rubin, director of stewardship at the institute. For more about the Tarboo Watershed Program, visit www.nwwatershed. org.

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Don Tiller’s “Thriving Watershed” will appear on the 2014 Plant-A-Thon Tree Card, an ecological benefit and fundraiser for five Jefferson County schools. Cards are on sale now at select vendors and from students and parents.

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There is a small rendering of the barn on Dabob Road, a historic QUILCENE — Artist Don Tiller legacy of the Daniel Yarr Farm that has been commissioned for the operated there during the early Northwest Watershed Institute’s 1900s. 2014 Plant-A-Thon Tree Card. “I tried to include the many eleTiller recently completed a ments that the Plant-A-Thon pro30-inch-by-42-inch acrylic landgram brings together: the salmon, scape, “Thriving Watershed,” for the trees, the history of farming the ninth Plant-A-Thon in Jefferand, of course, the kids out there son County. planting,” Tiller said. “The colors in the tree in the The image has been replicated foreground represent the energy onto honorary tree cards — one for and nutrients from the salmon that each of the 3,000 trees that Jeffertrees take up after salmon spawn son County students and their and decompose,” Tiller said. families will plant at a salmon resIn the distance, viewers can see toration site in the Tarboo Creek Tarboo-Dabob Bay, where the insti- watershed near Quilcene this Febtute and partners are working to ruary. preserve and restore land for Tree cards are available for pursalmon, oysters, wildlife and future chase for $10 each from the Swan generations. School at 360-385-7340,

Jefferson Community School at 360-385-0622, Chimacum Pi Program at 360-732-4090, Port Townsend OCEAN Program at 360-379-4259, by contacting members of the Port Townsend High School Sustainability Club or by visiting tinyurl.com/PDN-Tree Planting. They can also be purchased at Farm’s Reach, the Chimacum Corner Store and other local vendors. In addition, students will be at the Chimacum Crafts Fair at Chimacum High School on Dec. 14-15, the last Port Townsend Farmers Market of the year Dec. 21 and the Port Townsend Food Co-op from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 23. For more information, phone 360-774-1457 or email jude@nw watershed.org.

Briefly . . . Soroptimist scholarship on tap now PORT TOWNSEND — Applications are being accepted for the 2014-15 academic year Elmira K. Beyer scholarship offered by the Port Townsend branch of the American Association of University Women. Each year, the branch, through its philanthropic organization, the University Women’s Foundation of East Jefferson County (UWF), offers a tuition scholarship to a woman who wishes to complete an undergraduate or graduate degree. This year, the UWF was able to increase the amount to $9,000. Any woman can apply who has completed at least one full year of college, has resided in East Jefferson County for at least the past two years and is planning to seek a degree from a four-year college or university.

The selection criteria include educational and professional goals, financial need and past academic performance. For an application and more detailed information, visit http://pt-wa.aauw. net/uwf or email Carolyn Wasteneys at aauw ptschol@hotmail.com. Applications must be postmarked no later than March 8. This endowed scholarship is given in memory of local writer, musician and exceptional leader Elmira K. Beyer, a founding member of the UWF and recipient of the AAUW Woman of the Year and Named Gift Honoree awards.

Nature’s gifts talk PORT ANGELES — Washington State University Clallam County Master Gardeners Rita Dinger and Tanya Unruh will present ideas for holiday decorating and gift-giving from the garden and nature Thursday. The talk will be held at noon in the county commissioners’ meeting room of

to visitor safety and had the potential to damage resources, officials said. Fradkin, a member of the multi-agency response team, will share still shots and video of the removal effort. For more information, contact Dean Butterworth at 360-565-3146 or dean butterworth@nps.gov.

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Clallam County Master Gardeners Tanya Unruh, left, and Rita Dinger will present “Holiday Gift-Giving and Decorating from the Garden and Nature” at noon Thursday at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St. Dinger will share tips and recipes for herb blends, herb liqueur and vinegars, and rose-hip jelly along with decorating ideas from items gleaned from

Death and Memorial Notice JEFFREY JACOB COLUMBUS On Friday, October 25, 2013, God gained another angel. Jeffrey Jacob Columbus died at the young age of 22 after a courageous six-year battle with cancer. At 16, Jeff faced his diagnosis head-on with wisdom, strength and determination beyond his years. He never once felt sorry for himself and wouldn’t tolerate others feeling sorry for him either. He was determined not to let the disease define or dictate the person he would become. As a teenager, he loved riding his bike, paintballing, video games and any outdoor activity. His natural talent and competitive nature allowed him to excel at just about anything he tried. As a man, he traded in

Mr. Columbus his mountain bike for a Dodge Charger and trained for jujitsu cage fighting where he proudly obtained his blue belt this year. Jeff’s pride and joy were his three huskies, Kyuss, Kodiak and Kona. He even took up dog sledding, with dreams of one day being a part of the Iditarod.

Jeff was a passionate, quick-witted, caring and scholarly person with strong opinions. He never broke a promise, and “giving up” wasn’t in his vocabulary. You either did or did not; there was no such thing as just trying. We will remember Jeff as a fighter who deflected the blows of life with undying strength and courage right up to his last breath. When we think of Jeff, we won’t think of a cancer patient but someone who had somehow along the way became our pillar of strength, who always protected the ones he loved by putting on a smile. We will remember him standing tall, chest out and head held high, living each moment to the fullest. We will remember him not only as our son, our brother, our nephew, our cousin, our friend but as our rock and our hero.

the garden. Unruh will provide models for using dried hydrangea blossoms, fir boughs, pinecones, berry twigs and other plants to embellish and decorate a home for the holidays. This presentation is a part of the “Green Thumb Garden Tips” brown-bag series sponsored by the WSU Clallam County Master Gardeners. There will be no presentation Dec. 26. The series will resume Thursday, Jan. 23, with a presentation on the advantages and disadvantages of gardening in the maritime northwest. Attendees may bring a lunch. The presentations are free and open to the public; however, donations to help offset copying costs for handouts are accepted.

For more information, phone 360-417-2279.

Tsunami debris PORT ANGELES — Almost one year after its discovery, Olympic National Park Coastal Ecologist Steve Fradkin will share his stories about discovering and removing a 185-ton Japanese dock that washed out to sea during the 2011 tsunami. Fradkin’s presentation is set for the Olympic National Park Visitor Center, 3002 Mount Angeles Road, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. On Dec. 18, 2012, Coast Guard searchers found the dock in a rugged and remote section of the park’s wilderness coast and the Olympic National Marine Sanctuary. The dock posed a threat

FORKS — The West End Historical Society will discuss “Look-Touch Christmas Memories” during a meeting at JT’s Sweet Stuffs, 80 N. Forks Ave., at noon Tuesday. Adria Fuhrman will have a display of vintage hats from her personal collection, and memorabilia from the Munson family will be featured. Those attending are encouraged to bring their own vintage hat to display or model. The event is open to the public. For more information, phone 360-327-3306.

Guide dog training SEQUIM — A guide dog puppy training meeting hosted by the Puppy Pilots guide dog training organization is planned Thursday. The event will be held at 252 Kitchen-Dick Road from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The public is welcome to attend and learn about raising a guide dog puppy for the Guide Dogs for the Blind organization. For more information, email Deb Cox at deb@ puppypilots.org, phone 360929-4802 or visit puppy pilots.org. Peninsula Daily News

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she enjoyed camping and picnicking with her family. She is survived by her husband, Floyd Kautz; sons Donald Yuhasz, Robert (Nancy) Yuhasz, George Link and Kenneth (Patricia) Yuhasz; daughters Barbara (Jeff) Dixon, Karen (Brian) McTigue and Nancy (Steve) Coyle; daughter-in-law Alice Yuhasz; 15 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son William Yuhasz. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren brought her much joy in the last years of her life. A private celebration of her life was held on November 24, 2013.

LOUISE MARIE (PUSILLO) KAUTZ July 10, 1919 November 16, 2013

Mrs. Kautz and they recently celebrated their 15th anniversary together. Louise enjoyed cooking delicious meals for her family and spending time

with her great-grandchildren. She loved babies and had an uncanny gift for correctly guessing the gender of unborn babies. In her younger years,

Death and Memorial Notice LEIGH GORHAM March 9, 1927 November 27, 2013 Leigh Gorham, 86, passed away on November 27, 2013, surrounded by family. Leigh was born Wanda Leigh Murphie on March 9, 1927, in Montesano, Washington, to Edward and Lauretta Murphie, and joined her big brother, Donald, whom she adored. She was preceded in death by her parents and granddaughter Alisa. Leigh attended school in Montesano and then moved to Forks, where she met and married Carter Warren on January 17, 1948. They lived in Forks, where they raised their three children, Tara,

Mrs. Gorham Tim and Stephen. She attended St. Anne Catholic Church. Leigh loved Forks, the people and, yes, even the rain. Leigh was active in the Veterans of Foreign Wars. She enjoyed her

work at Pay-N-Save and volunteered at the food bank. Leigh and Carter loved to travel, play golf and visit their children. Leigh loved spending time beachcombing and camping with her family and friends. She started walking with her good friend Jolene and later joined with a number of friends. She continued to walk daily for more than 40 years. In 1993, Carter passed away. In 1995, she married Jim Gorham and gained another family. Jim and Leigh loved visiting all their children and traveling. Jim passed away in 2004. Leigh continued living in Forks and remained happy and active with the

love of all her friends. The last chapter of her life was spent traveling and enjoying life with friend Detta. Leigh’s joy for life, smile and laughter will be missed by all. Leigh is survived by her brother, Donald Murphie of Seattle, Washington; children Tara (Lyle) Howell of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Tim (Dianna) Warren of Beaver, Washington, and Stephen (Marilyn) Warren of Port Angeles; stepchildren Mike (Kathleen) Gorham of Seattle and Patty (Ken) Holtz of Mount Vernon, Washington; seven grandchildren; and 10 greatgrandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made in Leigh’s name to the Forks Food Bank. P.O. Box 933, Forks, WA 98331.

Death and Memorial Notice MARY E. ZIMMEL May 26, 1928 December 1, 2013 Lifetime resident of the Olympic Peninsula Mary E. Zimmel passed away on December 1, 2013, from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. She was 85. Mary was born in Port Angeles to John V. Farrington and Leona M. Farrington. Mary attended Queen of Angels Catholic School and was a member of Queen of Angels Church. She graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1947. Mary married Francis Zimmel on January 27, 1951, in Chicora, Pennsylvania, at the Mater Dolorosa Church. They were happily married for 62 years. Mary is survived by her husband, Francis Zimmel; her loving daughter and caretaker, Nancy (Tom) Wilcox; her two sons, Gary (Clarice) Zimmel and Cory (Paula) Zimmel; her grandchildren, Angie, Eric,

Mrs. Zimmel Ronald, Holly, Devin and Tyson; her great-grandchildren, Tyler, Emily and Autumn; and her greatgreat-grandchild, Kodie. Mary had numerous accomplishments in her life, but her greatest accomplishment was being a good daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend. When looking for pictures of Mom for this obituary, I came across a letter she wrote at least 21 years ago. This letter has

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survived all those years and a move from their family home. Finding this letter was a miracle in itself at this time, and I feel Mom would want this to be printed in her obituary. So, here it goes: “Thank you Lord for all the Blessings bestowed upon me in my lifetime. Thank you for a wonderful Mother and Dad. Thank you for choosing me a true and loving husband. And thank you for our three beautiful children and their wives and grandchildren. “Thank you for Nancy, who is always there for us. Thank you for Angie, Eric and Ronald. Thank you for #1 son Gary and wife Clarice and little Holly. “Thank you for our baby Cory and his wife Paula and Devin and Tyson. Three of the most beautiful and considerate children a person could ever hope for. And six grandchildren that have brought so much joy into my life. “Thank you for all the

friends and relatives who have met so much to us. Thank you for a good life. — Mary Zimmel” Mom’s gift to us was her undying love for us no matter what. This letter truly represents this. We are so blessed to have had her for the time we did. She will live on in all of us. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, John and Leona Farrington, and her brothers, John E. Farrington and Ronald R. Farrington. A funeral service will be held at Queen of Angels Church, 209 West 11th Street, Port Angeles, on Tuesday, December 10, at 11 a.m. Following the service, there will be a blessing done at Ocean View Cemetery, 3127 West 18th Street, Port Angeles. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, 540 East Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

HAZEL MELINDA TARR February 27, 1921 November 24, 2013 Hazel Melinda Tarr, 91, former resident of Port Angeles, passed away at her home in Wasilla, Alaska, on Sunday, November 24, 2013, surrounded by her family. Hazel was born February 27, 1921, in Taneyville, Missouri, the daughter of the late Edward and Etta Bolling. She married George Ben Tarr on November 23, 1940. She enjoyed cooking for family and friends, gardening, crocheting, card games and bowling, and was a three-time cancer survivor. Hazel was preceded in death by George Tarr, her husband of 51 years. Hazel is survived by her son, Owen Tarr, and daughter-in-law, Nancy, of Wasilla, Alaska; four grandchildren, Michael Tarr of Wasilla, Melanie Tarr of Anchorage, Alaska, Stefan Tarr of Newport, Oregon, and

Mrs. Tarr Chere Tarr of Bigelow, Arkansas; great-grandchildren Benjamin of Newport and Jakob and Nikki of Bigelow; as well as a brother and sisters, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The family wishes to extend their thank-you to the staff at Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska in Mat-Su Valley for their kind and caring service and support. A private service will be held at Hatcher Pass in Alaska at a later date.

Death and Memorial Notice ELIZABETH DEL ‘BETH’ KOVACH-ROW November 17, 1951 December 1, 2013 Elizabeth Del “Beth” Kovach-Row of Port Angeles passed away at the age of 62. She was born on November 17, 1951, to Earl and Noreen Kraft in Tacoma, Washington, and worked as a job coach for developmentally disabled adults. She was preceded in death by her husband, David Row; parents Earl and Noreen Kraft; and sister Ellen. Beth is survived by her son, Emil “Ray” (Jennifer) Kovach Jr., and her daughter, Tracy (Keith) Machalec; and grandchildren Grace Machalec and Sophia Machalec of Medina, Ohio. She is also survived by her brother, Pat, and sisters Nancy and

Mrs. Kovach-Row Debbie (Jimmy). A celebration of a beautiful life will take place on Thursday, December 12, 2013, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Port Angeles Yacht Club, 1305 Marine Drive. A potluck gathering will follow. Donations in lieu of flowers may be made in Beth’s honor to Special Olympics of Washington/ Clallam County Orcas, P.O. Box 1525, Sequim WA 98382.

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March 5, 1946 — Dec. 2, 2013

Port Angeles resident David John Tucker died of lung cancer at Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles. He was 74. His obituary will be published later. Services: A celebration of life is planned for a later date. Kosec Funeral Home, Port Townsend, is in charge of arrangements.

Feb. 8, 1939 — Nov. 30, 2013

Port Angeles resident Larry Christy Heathers died of cancer in Spokane. He was 67. Services: Celebration of life at 11 a.m. Saturday at Crossroads Community Church, 3130 Church Road in Valley, Stevens County. Community Cremation Center, Spokane, is in charge of arrangements.

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Tell future in-laws about past marriage DEAR ABBY: I am in my late 20s and recently became engaged to my boyfriend of more than a year. He is in his early 30s. His parents live on the other side of the country, and we see them only twice a year. We plan on visiting them for the holidays, and some friends of theirs will be throwing us a bridal shower. I was married before. I was 18, and it lasted three years. I was devastated when it ended. Am I obligated to tell them about my previous marriage? My fiance knows, of course. This is not something I like to discuss. I was raised in a very religious household where divorce is looked down upon. My fiance’s parents are not particularly religious, however. Uncomfortable in St. Louis Dear Uncomfortable: While

DEAR ABBY this may not be you Van Buren something like to discuss, disclose it to your fiance’s parents before the wedding. This trip would be a good time to do it, so you can answer any questions that might arise. Tell them that it’s not something you usually talk about, but you and their son didn’t want them to think you are hiding anything. If the subject comes up in the future, tell them that it is in the past and you do not wish to discuss it further.

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least one student who has low self-esteem. I spend the school year searching for ways to show that child he or she has value. I feel there is no more important lesson for me to teach. These children’s parents don’t mean for this to happen. They want their children to be “perfect.” The children, though, know they aren’t perfect and feel that who they are isn’t enough. Parents, does this sound familiar? If so, then love your children as you did when they first learned to walk. Love them unconditionally when they fail and encourage them to try again. When they make a mistake, celebrate the strength it took to try. When they mess up, let them know you love them even when they aren’t at their best.

Skeptic converts on soap in bed for RLS Q. I was one heck of a skeptic when I heard about putting soap in the bed to calm restless legs syndrome. In fact, I laughed at the person who told me about it. However, I have suffered with RLS for several years, so I decided to give it a try. Well, I had to eat a little humble pie. Not only does soap work, it works in a matter of 30 seconds to a minute. I’m sure it will not work for everyone every time. But it sure has helped me and a dozen people I’ve told about it. We may not know exactly how it works, and there may be folks who think it is bogus. Well, they are just plain wrong. I put my bar of soap in a pillowcase and rest my leg or legs on the pillow under the cover. This works to ease the restlessness every time. A. Thank you for your story. We have heard from many other people who find soap helpful for restless legs syndrome, but, as you recognize, not all benefit. There are prescription drugs used to treat those with serious RLS, but the medications have some daunting side effects, such as falling asleep during the day while driving or eating. Dizziness, fainting, sleepiness, fatigue, gambling and other compulsive behaviors, indigestion, nausea, pain, swollen legs, dry mouth and hallucinations are other potential reactions. We offer some approaches to managing restless legs with supplements or measures other than drugs. Again, not every treatment will be effective in each case. There are more details in

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Dear Kathy: I’m glad you wrote. You have a wise head and a caring heart, which is an unbeatable combination in an educator. The lessons your students are learning in your classroom will influence their lives long after they are out of school. Dear Abby: My partner and I were happy to be married two weeks ago, now that same-sex couples can marry here in California. During the 25 years that we

have been together, we have introduced each other simply as “my partner.” Is it now socially correct to introduce each other as “my husband”? It sounds right to us, but would it make straight people uncomfortable? Ron in San Diego Dear Ron: Because gay marriage is new to many people, it may do that initially. But to call your spouse “husband” is correct, so go ahead and do it. The more gay and lesbian couples officially tie the knot, the less unusual it will be. Trust me on that.

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PORT ANGELES — Soroptimist International of Port Angeles (Noon Club) will hold its annual holiday bake sale at Swain’s General Store, 602 E. First St., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. Besides baked goods, Elegant Gourmet Coupon Books will be on sale for $10. Proceeds from the bake sale and coupon book sale support the Soroptimist scholarship program.

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Santa breakfast SEQUIM — The annual Breakfast With Santa is planned for the Sequim Middle School cafeteria, 301 W. Hendrickson Road, from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. This event is sponsored by First Teacher. The cost for the breakfast is $7 for adults and children 10 and older, $5 for children ages 2 to 10 and free for children 2 and younger. Tickets are on sale at First Teacher, Sequim First Federal branches, Castell Insurance, Dungeness Kids Co. and Pacific Mist Books. They also can be purchased at the door. For families who cannot afford this cost, phone 360681-2250 for a free ticket.

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Baby items drive PORT ANGELES — The fifth annual Cradle of Caring Baby Care Items Drive is planned from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Sponsored by the Esther Chapter No. 19 Order of the Eastern Star, the drive seeks donations of baby food, formula, cereal, disposable diapers and cash for distribution to the Port Angeles Food Bank. Items can be dropped off at the Port Angeles Baby Store, 311 W. First St., or Mount Pleasant IGS, corner of U.S. Highway 101 and Mount Pleasant Road. Donations also can be dropped off during business hours Mondays through Fridays at radio station KONP, 721 E. First St. For more information, phone Vickie Larson at 360457-9444.

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boast. Grainger has been working regularly in her native Britain since 1994 and has appeared in many British television shows, such as “Waterloo Road,” “Waking the Dead” and “Robin Hood.” She’s had parts in some major motion pictures as well, largely big-screen adaptations of classic books — “Jane Eyre” (2011), “Anna Karenina” (2012) and “Great Expectations” (2012) are all on her resume. More than likely, though, you’ll recognize Grainger from Showtime’s hit drama “The Borgias,” in which she stars alongside the likes of Colm Feore and Jeremy Irons. Grainger’s serious acting experience is sure to help her step into Parker’s shoes. Before

Parker met Barrow, she had led a relatively quiet life. She married her high school sweetheart at 15 years old, and her young husband had frequent run-ins with the law, landing himself in prison multiple times. She must have developed a taste for bad boys, because when Bonnie met Clyde in 1930, their connection was instant, electric and lasting. Such a connection is hard to recreate on camera, but if anyone is up to the task of playing Clyde Barrow, it’s Emile Hirsch. Hirsch, 28, has been acting since the mid-’90s, too, and has some pretty impressive credits under his belt. He burst onto the movie scene in 2002’s teen drama “The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys,” a film now considered a cult classic. Next, the comingof-age drama “The Emperor’s Club” (2002) saw him starring

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alongside some of today’s hottest young stars, such as Jesse Eisenberg and Paul Dano. After an uncharacteristic foray into the world of teen comedies in 2004’s “The Girl Next Door,” Hirsch wowed critics and audiences with his performances in films such as “Lords of Dogtown” (2005), “Into the Wild” (2007), “Milk” (2008) and “Savages” (2012). Having played both the young lover and the troubled criminal on the big screen, Hirsch should be well equipped to embody the enigmatic Barrow. Unlike Parker, Barrow’s early life was tumultuous and full of run-ins with the law. He was arrested once for stealing turkeys and once for failing to return a rental car on time, before getting involved in more serious crimes, such as stealing cars and cracking safes. His time in prison molded him into a hardened criminal, and it was this hardened criminal who stole Parker’s heart. The best known version of this story is the 1967 Oscar-winning film “Bonnie and Clyde,” infamous at the time for its portrayal of realistic gun violence on screen. The film was nominated for 10 Oscars and won two — it’s widely considered one of the greatest movies ever made, and it’s set a very high bar for this TV special. The special, however, has time on its side. With four hours in which the story can unfold, the tale of the thrill-seeking couple is sure to be fleshed out in a way a major film could never accomplish. Add to this some excellent supporting actors, and you have a program that may give even the celebrated film a run PENINSULA DAILY NEWS


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Country music’s finest Fans have their say at the American Country Awards new experience for Patrick, who’s more accustomed to being behind the wheel of a racecar than hile awards season may not in front of a who’s who of the country music crowd. However, officially kick off until after Adkins seems to have faith in the holidays, there are plenty of accolades handed out before the his new co-host — when it was announced that the duo would merry season has even begun. It seems few artists are as celebrat- host the ceremony together, he quipped that he hoped he could ed as those in the country music industry, and they’re set to hit the keep up with her. “I’m so excited to host the stage once again. American Country Awards with Fan favorite Trace Adkins and Trace Adkins,” Patrick said. “I NASCAR darling Danica Patrick have no doubt he’ll be able to co-host this year’s American keep up with me. I’ve become a Country Awards, live from the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas, huge fan of country music since I came to NASCAR, and have been Tuesday, Dec. 10, on Fox. Estabfortunate to be in videos with lished in 2010, the fan-voted awards show recognizes popular Miranda Lambert and Colt Ford. artists in a number of categories, This is going to be a really cool experience and I’m excited to be from best artists and albums a part of it. It’s going to be a great to best tours, something most show!” awards shows don’t take into She may be best known to consideration. This is Adkins’ fourth time NASCAR fans for being the first hosting the special, but it’ll be a woman to score a top-five finish By Kyla Brewer TV Media

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in the historic Indianapolis 500 in 2005 and a third-place finish in 2009, but the raven-haired beauty is just as popular outside the track as on it. In addition to hosting Spike TV’s “Powerblock,” she’s appeared on “The Late Show With David Letterman” and “Late Night With Conan O’Brien.” She was also featured in the 2008 “Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue” and has won two Kids Choice Awards for favorite female athlete (2008 and 2012). Patrick’s TV credits include “CSI: NY,” “The Simpsons” and a celebrity edition of “Chopped” (which she won, by the way). Adkins, who’s hosted the American Country Awards since its inaugural year, will serve as a seasoned guide for co-host Patrick. An acclaimed performer, Adkins has sold more than 10 million albums and amassed a long list of hit singles, including “Ladies Love Country Boys” and

“You’re Going to Miss This.” The baritone’s biggest-selling album so far was 2005’s “Songs About Me,” and he’s appeared on TV’s “Hollywood Squares” and “The Celebrity Apprentice.” The multi-faceted artist does double duty as host and performer at this year’s ACAs. He’s scheduled to take the stage with legendary drummer Kenny Aronoff for a rendition of “Carol of the Drum” (a.k.a. “Little Drummer Boy”), a song from his recently released Celtic-infused Christmas album, “The King’s Gift,” which was released on Oct. 29. Other performers scheduled to hit the stage include Sheryl Crow and Darius Rucker from Hootie & the Blowfish. Chris Young, Joe Nichols, Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina will also appear. The performances will set the stage for a memorable night celebrating some of the music industry’s most beloved

Trace Adkins co-hosts the American Country Awards recording artists. Country music has always had its fair share of sweethearts, and this era’s reigning country queen is Taylor Swift, who snagged eight nominations this year, more than any other act. She’s up for Artist of the Year, Touring Artist of the Year and Music Video of the Year, along with other awards. Breakout band Florida Georgia Line and perennial fave Blake Shelton aren’t far behind Swift, with seven nominations each. Both take on Swift in the Artist of the Year category. They’ll also go

head to head for the Album of the Year — Shelton for “Based on a True Story...” and Florida Georgia Line for “Here’s to the Good Times.” Other popular acts up for ACAs this year include Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert and Swift for Artist of the Year: Female, and Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts, The Band Perry and Zac Brown Band for Artist of the Year: Duo or Group. Fans can find a complete list of nominations at www.theacas.com.

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Tuesday It is Written Writer: Bruce Barcott Sea Inside Donkie Ollie Cook with Arran Stark Kundalini Yoga Veterans Forum Mike Ditka Christmas Movie Dennis Feten Presents Peak Moment Artist Workshop Our View Quiet Time Tales Business Report Jeffco Energy Lunch Army Korea Christmas Music Pedestrian Perils Grace and Truth Concert

Wednesday Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman Facets of Addiction Amazing Facts Artist: Boat Festival Quiet Time Tales Healthy Eating Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman Christmas Music Praise TV Cook with Marie Quiet Time Tales Words of Peace Olympic Portal Christmas Movie Spiritual Things Issues and Answers Peak Moment Lifestyle Magazine Fritz World News Media Edge

Thursday It is Written Writer: Bruce Barcott Sea Inside Donkie Ollie Cook with Arran Stark Kundalini Yoga Veterans Forum Mike Ditka Christmas Movie Dennis Feten Presents Peak Moment Artist Workshop Our View Quiet Time Tales Business Report Jeffco Energy Lunch Army Korea Christmas Music Pedestrian Perils Grace and Truth Concert

Friday Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman Facets of Addiction Amazing Facts Artist: Boat Festival Quiet Time Tales Healthy Eating Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman Christmas Music Praise TV Cook with Marie Quiet Time Tales Words of Peace Olympic Portal Christmas Movie Spiritual Things Issues and Answers Peak Moment Lifestyle Magazine Fritz World News Media Edge

Saturday It Is Written Writer: Bruce Barcott Sea Inside Donkie Ollie Cook with Arran Stark Kundalini Yoga Veterans Forum Mike Ditka Christmas Movie Dennis Feten Presents Peak Moment Artist Workshop Our View Quiet Time Tales Business Report Jeffco Energy Lunch Army Korea Christmas Music Pedestrian Perils Grace and Truth

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Q: Why hasn’t the TV show “Supernatural” been made into a motion picture? Both stars have movie-star appeal and the writing, acting and special effects on the television show supersede most of what we see in big-screen films these days. A: Any number of factors could explain why a “Supernatural” movie hasn’t happened yet, but the most compelling one is: because it’s not done being a TV show. The TV-to-film transition is rarely done with much success, and almost always when the series has ended. “Supernatural,” now in its ninth season, may not even be close to the end. “With this season — and this isn’t just a line — we can go for as long as [viewers] and the writers want it to,” said series star Jared Padalecki at this summer’s Comic-Con event. Series show-runner (an industry title that means, more or less, head writer) Jeremy Carver agreed. “I have an obligation to plan forward for an arc, but also to keep the show in a position where, if they wanted to go for season 11, 12, 19, it can.” As well, sci-fi/fantasy shows with complicated mythologies rarely make successful movies. The two recent examples that fit best are “Firefly,” which spawned the film “Serenity” (2005) after its cancelation, and “The X-Files,” which produced two films, one in 1998 and another in 2008. None of these films was a hit. (“Serenity” may have made its money back on video later, but that’s the sort of gamble studios are generally unwilling to take.) That said, one can always cite the original “Star Trek,” which wasn’t particularly successful in its first run on TV in the ‘60s but was turned into a hugely successful film franchise years later. But that’s one success against a number of failures, which is again the kind of math studios don’t like.

’Friends’ with cougars: It’s almost becoming a cliche — when “Friends” alumni reunite on screen, it has to be talked about. But when former onscreen couple Matthew Perry and Courteney Cox (a.k.a. Chandler and Monica) reunite, it really is an event to get their fans excited. Perry will be making a very special guest appearance on Cox’s TBS sitcom “Cougar Town” later this season, bringing the famous couple back together only a few months after Cox popped up on his sitcom, “Go On.” “Go On” may not have done well enough with audiences to earn itself a second season, but “Cougar Town” is still going strong in its fifth season, weathering the move from ABC to TBS. Cox’s acting career has been varied, but to many she’ll always be best known for her role as Monica Geller in one of television’s most-loved sitcoms, NBC’s “Friends.” Besides the success she found there and in “Cougar Town,” she’s also no stranger to the big screen, having starred in all four movies in the “Scream” franchise (1996, 1997, 2000 and 2011), among many others. Perry, too, has had a varied acting career, but his “Friends” character, Chandler Bing, stands out as one of his career highlights. On TV, he’s starred in “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” and had a recurring role in “The Good Wife.” In “Friends,” the two pursued an ongoing relationship, eventually leading to one of

Q: Does Piper Perabo do her own singing in “Coyote Ugly”? A: Though Piper Perabo reportedly has a fairly good set of pipes, the producers nonetheless brought in a ringer for her role in the 2000 sleeper hit, “Coyote Ugly.” All of the songs Perabo’s character performs in the film, about a shy young songwriter who moves to New York to chase her dream and finds it while working at a wild, women-run bar, were performed by country-pop star LeAnn Rimes. “My real singing voice is low, and LeAnn has this kind of big, belter, soprano voice,” Perabo said in an interview with pop-culture website Radio Free Entertainment. “When they finished the film, they felt like my voice isn’t really the right type of voice for the character.” The film helped to launch both young artists to stardom. Prior to getting the film’s lead role, Perabo’s biggest role was a supporting turn in the live-action “The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle” earlier in 2000, which would have provided a bigger boost to her career had anybody bothered to see it. Rimes had released a few albums by that point, but her success had been limited to the country-music scene. “Coyote Ugly,” and its soundtrack album, were surprise hits, and helped turn Perabo and Rimes into stars. Perabo can now be seen starring in the USA Network series “Covert Affairs.” Rimes’s latest album, “Spitfire,” was released on June 4.

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the series highlights when they finally tied the knot. There’s no word yet on whether Perry’s “Cougar Town” character will be looking to forge a new relationship with Cox, but with the natural chemistry between the two, it would certainly get fans atwitter. Watch for Perry’s “Cougar Town” appearance to come near the end of the current season next month. Hats off to Hallmark: ’Tis the season for traditions, and the Hallmark Channel’s annual Countdown to Christmas event is a heartwarming one that’s found its way into countless homes. The channel’s annual December marathon of feel-good original movies and specials is enough to warm even the meanest Grinch’s heart, with the movies featuring top-notch production values and familiar faces on screen. One of this year’s holiday highlights is “Hats Off to Christmas,” airing the evening of Saturday, Dec. 14. Starring Haylie Duff and Antonio Cupo, the original film is a classic love story set in the backdrop of a small-town Christmas hat shop. Duff is probably best known to TV audiences for her role as Sandy Jameson in “7th Heaven,” but she’s also appeared in

“The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” “Lizzie McGuire” and the actress has done voice work in the “Napoleon Dynamite” animated series. She’s been active on the big screen, too, popping up in “The Wedding Pact” (2013) and “Napoleon Dynamite” (2004). As for the handsome Cupo, “Hats off to Christmas!” isn’t his first time around the Hallmark racetrack. He starred in the channel’s 2012 film “Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade.” He also starred in “Bomb Girls” and popped up in “Supernatural,” “Murdoch Mysteries” and “Andromeda.” The holidays are a wonderful time to settle in on the sofa with a cup of warm cocoa and watch your favorite heartwarming movies. With Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas going strong, there may be some new favorites to be added to everyone’s list this season. Full circle: Lifetime is bringing a beloved classic back to where it all began. “The Trip to Bountiful” is currently enjoying a Tony

Award-nominated revival on Broadway, and Lifetime is adapting this classic for TV. The tale of courage and liberation — and even of humor — in the dying years of the Jim Crow South was originally written for the small screen way back in 1953, before making the transition to Broadway the following year, so its return to television could be seen as a homecoming of sorts. The new Lifetime production, set to air some time in 2014, will feature many of the same cast members who star in the successful Broadway revival. Cicely Tyson (“Fried Green Tomatoes,” 1991; “Alex Cross,” 2012) and Vanessa Williams (TV’s “Ugly Betty,” “Desperate Housewives” and “666 Park Avenue”) will be making the transition from stage to screen, where they’ll be joined by Keke Palmer (“90210”) and Blair Underwood (“Ironside,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine”). “The Trip to Bountiful” is perhaps the most loved work of Horton Foote, a man who became an Oscar, Pulitzer Prize and Emmy winner. An oftenhilarious tale of a woman on the run from her family as she makes her way back to her hometown, “The Trip to Bountiful” should feel right at home as it returns to the TV screens on Lifetime. Watch for it later in 2014.

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