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Dragnet for Sequim woman turns up empty

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PORT TOWNSEND — The twoweek mark has come and gone with not much more than frustration to show in the search for a 23-year-old Sequim woman who has been missing since May 1. “We’re really doing everything we can to find her, and you get frustrated when [the efforts are] unsuccessful,” Port Townsend Police Chief Conner Daily said Friday. Garrett Lauryn R. Garrett, a 2009 Sequim High School graduate, was last seen at the Port Townsend Safeway supermarket just before 8 p.m. May 1. TURN

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Steve Markwell stands in front of the Forks warehouse in which he once housed 124 dogs as the Olympic Animal Sanctuary.

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“Somewhere between one and 500,” he said. Markwell wouldn’t say how many FORKS –– Living again at the same dogs he now has, explaining that he warehouse where last year he had didn’t want to fuel the social media camhoused 124 dogs that protesters said paign that drew protesters to his sanctulived in inhumane conditions, Steve ary last year. Markwell said he just wants to be left The dogs he has now are required to alone to start a new life. be licensed with the city because they are “I’m not going to let anybody tell me personal pets and not sanctuary animals where to live,” he said Friday. Several weeks ago, he moved back into kept by a nonprofit as before, according the pink warehouse at 1021 Russell Road to City Attorney Rod Fleck. “Some are, some aren’t,” Markwell with the dogs he kept as pets after dissaid when asked whether his dogs are solving his Olympic Animal Sanctuary now licensed. last year. How many dogs? “Are anybody’s?” BY JOE SMILLIE

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City officials say Markwell’s refusal to be open is what drove the protests that stormed into the West End city famed for its connection with the Twilight series of novels and movies. “Olympic Animal Sanctuary was never a transparent organization by any means,” Mayor Bryon Monohon said. From 2006 until Dec. 21 of last year, Markwell housed dangerous dogs inside the warehouse on Russell Road. He formed the sanctuary to save the lives of dogs that would otherwise be euthanized because they were either abused or prone to violence, he said. TURN

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PORT ANGELES — The field for the 2014 elections is set, and it doesn’t include Howard V. “Mike” Doherty. Doherty, who has represented the county’s western District 3 in consecutive terms since 1999, decided Friday not to run for another four-year term. Doherty, 71, said he became frustrated with a growing “dysfunction” on Doherty the board. He cited his fellow commissioners’ lack of response to a recently released investigative report on employee complaints against elected Community Development Director Sheila Roark Miller. TURN

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‘It just gives me chills’: Whalers back in water BY JOE SMILLIE PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

NEAH BAY –– Fifteen years after returning from their tribe’s last legal whale kill, some members of the crew of Makah whale hunters who led that hunt set out again into the bay aboard the Hummingbird whaling canoe Saturday. “It gives me chills. It just gives me chills,” said Charlotte Williams King. Descended from a long line of

whalers, King thought of her ancestors as she watched the canoes paddle in Neah Bay. Her great-grandfather, John “Hiska” McCarty, dove underwater to tie closed the mouths of harpooned whales. “I didn’t really realize it, but 15 years is a long time,” she said. Saturday’s paddle, which included a chase canoe, was organized by the Makah Whaling Commission.

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Newsmakers Celebrity scoop ■ By The Associated Press

San Francisco’s AT&T Park for the occasion. This is the first marriage for KIM KARDASHIAN West, who AND Kanye West will wed was previKardashian and host a reception at Flor- ously ence’s imposing 16th-cenengaged to tury Belvedere Fort in Italy designer on May 24, a spokeswoman Alexis Phiat the Florence mayor’s fer. office said Friday. It’s the The couple rented the third trip fort, located next to Flordown the ence’s famed Boboli Garaisle for dens, for 300,000 euros Kardashian. West ($410,000), and a Protestant She was minister will preside over wed to music producer the ceremony, spokeswoman Damon Thomas from 2000 Elisa Di Lupo told The to 2003 and spent 72 days Associated Press in a phone married to professional basinterview. ketball player Kris Belvedere Fort was built Humphries in 2011 after in 1590, believed using plans tying the knot in a lavish by Don Giovanni de’ Medici. ceremony broadcast as a Located near the Arno River, two-part TV special. it offers a panoramic view of The couple was featured Florence and the surroundon the cover of Vogue magaing Tuscan hills. zine’s April issue, with KarThe 36-year-old rapper dashian wearing a weddingproposed to the reality star style dress. There has been no on her 33rd birthday in explicit confirmation from October 2013, renting out

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Singer sentenced The lead singer of the band As I Lay Dying has been sentenced to six years in prison for plotting to kill his wife. U-T San Diego reported that 33-year-old Timothy Lambesis was sentenced Friday in San Diego County. He had pleaded guilty to soliciting murder. Authorities say Lambesis hired an undercover sheriff’s detective to kill Meggan Lambesis last year. The singer said she had restricted his visits with their children after a separation, and he also was angry his wife would get a large share of his income in a divorce settlement. His attorney said Lambesis acted out of character and the behavior was sparked by steroid use. As I Lay Dying was formed in San Diego in 2000. The metal band was nominated for a Grammy in 2008.

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS PENINSULA POLL THURSDAY’S QUESTION: Seattle police will experiment with small video cameras on officers’ uniforms to record their actions. Do you think North Olympic Peninsula law enforcement officers should wear such cams?

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JEB STUART MAGRUDER, 79, a Watergate conspirator-turnedminister who claimed in later years to have heard President Richard Nixon order the infamous breakin, has died. Mr. Magruder died May 11 in Danbury, Conn., Hull Funeral Service director Jeff Hull said Mr. Magruder Friday. in 1995 Mr. Magruder, a businessman when he began working for the Republican president, later became a minister, serving in California, Ohio and Kentucky. He also served as a church fundraising consultant. He spent seven months in prison for lying about the involvement of Nixon’s re-election committee in the 1972 break-in at Washington, D.C.’s Watergate complex, which eventually led to the president’s resignation. In a 2008 interview, Mr. Magruder told The Associated Press he was at peace with his place in history. The interview came after he pleaded guilty to reckless operation of a motor vehicle following a 2007 car crash. “I don’t worry about Watergate; I don’t worry about news articles,” Mr. Magruder said. “I go to the court, I’m going to be in the paper. I know that.” Mr. Magruder, who moved to suburban Columbus, Ohio, in 2003, served as Nixon’s deputy campaign director, an aide to

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No Nixon Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman and deputy communications director at the White House. Mr. Magruder said in 2003 that he was meeting with John Mitchell, the former attorney general running the Nixon re-election campaign, when he heard the president tell Mitchell to go ahead with the plan to break into the Democratic Party headquarters at the Watergate office building. Mr. Magruder previously had gone no further than saying that Mitchell approved the plan to get into the Democrats’ office and bug the telephone of the party chairman, Larry O’Brien. He made his claims in a PBS documentary and an Associated Press interview. He said he met with Mitchell on March 30, 1972, and discussed a break-in plan by G. Gordon Liddy, a former FBI agent who was finance counsel at the re-election committee. Mitchell asked Mr. Magruder to call Haldeman to see “if this is really necessary.” Haldeman said it was, Mr. Magruder said, and then asked to speak to Mitchell. The two men

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talked, and then “the president gets on the line,” Mr. Magruder said. Mr. Magruder said he could hear Nixon tell Mitchell, “John . . . we need to get the information on Larry O’Brien, and the only way we can do that is through Liddy’s plan. And you need to do that.” Historians dismiss the notion as unlikely, saying there was no evidence Nixon directly ordered the break-in. Mr. Magruder stuck to his guns in the 2008 AP interview, saying historians had it wrong.

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Setting it Straight Corrections and clarifications

■ Cove RV Park and Country Store is at 303075 N. U.S. Highway 101 in Brinnon; www.coverv.com. A listing on page 175 in the new North Olympic Peninsula Guide had incorrect information. Cove RV’s advertisement on page 14 of the guide is correct. 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

1939 (75 years ago) Many tons of rock and earth slid from the side of Sugarloaf Mountain [now known as Pyramid Mountain] and covered the Port Angeles Western railroad tracks along the northwestern side of Lake Crescent. The track, just east of a small bridge at the eastern end of the tunnel, was covered for 50 feet with an average of 10 feet in depth. Two fishermen, Harry LeGear and Jack Henson, were in a boat 300 feet from the site when the rock came roaring down. LeGear went across the lake in his boat and notified Petrus Pearson, manager of the railroad, by telephone. Pearson dispatched a power shovel early the next morning.

A WOMAN CLAIMING to be Hitler’s maid said that he pretended to adhere to a healthy diet but actually had an insatiable sweet tooth. I knew if we waited long 1964 (50 years ago) Two former Clallam Bay enough, we’d eventually find some dirt on that guy. Honor Camp inmates overSeth Meyers powered a guard and

escaped from the Clallam County jail last night. Night jailer Victor Glidden was taken to Olympic Memorial Hospital with undetermined injuries after he was slugged by the two 19-year-old escapees. The two escaped from the honor camp Friday night, were apprehended in Clallam Bay the next night and taken to the jail in Port Angeles, where they escaped again last night. The pair managed to steal a car and passed a roadblock at Morse Creek east of town, then abandoned the car on Deer Park Road. They are believed hiding in the area east of Morse Creek.

1989 (25 years ago) A compromise bill designed to ease the financial pinch on North Olympic Peninsula timber communities has been signed into law

in Olympia by Gov. Booth Gardner. But the portion of the law that would permit counties to set aside a share of timber sales for domestic use is not popular with Clallam County Commissioner Lawrence Gaydeski. Gaydeski said the legislation won’t help Clallam County mills and may reduce the county’s timber income.

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Looking Back From the files of The Associated Press

TODAY IS SUNDAY, May 18, the 138th day of 2014. There are 227 days left in the year. Today’s Highlights in History: ■ On May 18, 1944, during World War II, Allied forces finally occupied Monte Cassino in Italy after a four-month struggle with Axis troops. ■ On May 18, 1980, the Mount St. Helens volcano in Washington state exploded, leaving 57 people dead or missing. On this date: ■ In 1642, the Canadian city of Montreal was founded by French colonists. ■ In 1765, about one-fourth of Montreal was destroyed by a fire.

■ In 1896, the Supreme Court, in Plessy v. Ferguson, endorsed “separate but equal” racial segregation, a concept renounced 58 years later in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. ■ In 1910, Halley’s Comet passed by earth, brushing it with its tail. ■ In 1926, evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson vanished while visiting a beach in Venice, Calif. McPherson reappeared more than a month later, saying she’d escaped after being kidnapped and held for ransom. ■ In 1934, Congress approved, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed, the so-called “Lindbergh Act,” providing for the death

penalty in cases of interstate kidnapping. ■ In 1953, Jacqueline Cochran became the first woman to break the sound barrier as she piloted a Canadair F-86 Sabre jet over Rogers Dry Lake, Calif. ■ Ten years ago: Former New York City fire commissioner Thomas Von Essen and former police chief Bernard Kerik, lionized after the 9/11 attack, came under harsh criticism from some members of the Sept. 11 commission who said there’d been an initial lack of cooperation between their departments. ■ Five years ago: Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi went on trial, charged

with violating conditions of her yearslong detention by sheltering an American man, John Yettaw, who’d swum to her lakeside home. Suu Kyi was convicted and sentenced to three years of hard labor; the sentence was later commuted to 18 months of house arrest. Yettaw was sentenced to seven years in prison but released on humanitarian grounds. ■ One year ago: A car driven by an 87-year-old man plowed into dozens of hikers during a parade in Damascus, Va., injuring about 50 people. French President Francois Hollande signed a law authorizing same-sex marriages and adoption by gay couples.


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Briefly: Nation Obama mulls new housing, budget leaders WASHINGTON — Shuffling his second-term Cabinet, President Barack Obama plans to nominate Housing Secretary Shaun Donovan to be budget director and is considering San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro to succeed Donovan, according to people familiar with the selection process. The moves would raise the profile of two men with close ties to the president. Donovan is an original member of Obama’s Cabi- Donovan net. As budget director, he would have significant influence over the administration’s policy and spending priorities. Castro’s star has been on the rise since Obama picked him to deliver the keynote address at the 2012 Democratic National Castro Convention. The 39year-old Castro is considered a possible vice-presidential pick in 2016.

Wildfire fight gains SAN DIEGO — Calmer winds helped firefighters gain ground Saturday against fires that have destroyed homes and

raced through nearly 20,000 acres of northern and eastern San Diego County brush land. Authorities have charged a man for adding fuel to one of the nearly dozen blazes. Thousands of firefighters and fleets of water-dropping military and civilian helicopters planned fresh battles Saturday. Investigators, meanwhile, continued to seek the causes of the conflagrations that burned at least eight homes and an 18-unit condominium complex, emptied neighborhoods and spread fields of flame, smoke and ash. Alberto Serrato, 57, pleaded not guilty Friday to an arson charge in connection with one of the smaller fires, a 105-acre fire in Oceanside that started Wednesday and is fully contained. All together, the wildfires about 30 miles north of San Diego have caused more than $20 million in damage.

Today’s news guests WASHINGTON — Guest lineups for today’s TV news shows: ■ ABC’s “This Week” — Eli Capilouto, president of the University of Kentucky; Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit; Berin Szoka, president of Tech Freedom. ■ NBC’s “Meet the Press” — Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.; Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill.; journalist Glenn Greenwald. ■ CBS’s “Face the Nation” — Denis McDonough, White House chief of staff; Daniel Dellinger, national commander of the American Legion; former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner; former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. ■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Gov. Deval Patrick, D-Mass. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Dick and Lynne Cheney; Ryan Gallucci, deputy director of the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ National Veterans Service directorate.

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Briefly: World three decades, sweeping the long-dominant Congress party from power. On Saturday, Modi was BANGKOK — A military greeted by plane carrying senior Lao government officials crashed Satur- roaring crowds outside the Modi day in a wooded area as it party’s headapproached an airport in the quarters in the heart of New country’s northeast, killing at Delhi, where he met with the least five people, including the defense minister and other high- party’s leadership to discuss ranking members of the author- forming a new government. itarian country’s ruling party. Thousands flee floods About 18 people were believed to be on board the MAGLAJ, Bosnia — Packed plane, which left Vientiane, into buses, boats and helicopters, Laos’ capital, early Saturday carrying nothing but a handful morning to bring the group to of belongings, tens of thousands an official ceremony in Xiangfled their homes Saturday in khoung province, about 290 Bosnia and Serbia to escape the miles away, said Thai Foreign worst flooding in a century. Ministry spokesman Sek WanHundreds also were evacunamethee. ated in Croatia. Authorities said 25 people New India leader hailed have died but warned the death toll could rise. Tens of thousands NEW DELHI — Thousands of people welcomed India’s next of homes were left without electricity or drinking water. prime minister in the capital Landslides triggered by the Saturday after he led his party to a resounding election victory, floods also raised the risk of injury or death from land mines with Narendra Modi flashing a victory sign to his cheering sup- left over from Bosnia’s 1992-95 war. porters. Three months’ worth of rain Results announced Friday from the weekslong polls showed has fallen on the region in three that Modi and the Hindu nation- days, creating the worst floods since records began 120 years alist Bharatiya Janata Party ago. had won the most decisive elecThe Associated Press tion victory India has seen in

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Spanish paleontologist Jose Ignacio Canudo lies alongside a sauropod dinosaur femur, believed to be the largest in the world, in Trelew, Argentina. Paleontologists from the Museo Paletontológico Egidio Feruglio, who released this January photo Saturday, announced the discovery of the fossilized remains of the sauropod Friday.

GM faces more fallout for hiding vehicle woes $35 million fine just one hurdle carmaker faces BY TOM KRISHER

more than a decade after engineers first found a flaw in the switches. The switches in older-model small cars such as the Chevrolet Cobalt and Saturn Ion can slip out of the “run” position and shut down the cars’ engines.

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DETROIT — General Motors’ agreement to pay a $35 million federal fine for concealing defects in small-car ignition switches and to give the government greater oversight of its safety procedures closes one chapter of the automaker’s recall saga. But it’s far from over. Besides agreeing to pay the penalty — the largest ever assessed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration — GM admitted that it broke the law by failing to quickly tell the government about the problems. The automaker agreed to report safety problems a lot faster — it only started recalling 2.6 million small cars in February,

That disables the powerassisted steering and brakes and can cause drivers to lose control. It also disables the air bags. The company has said at least 13 people have died in crashes linked to the problem, but trial lawyers suing the company say the death toll is at least 53. GM faces issues both in the near term and longer term related to the recall. Here’s a breakdown: ■ Internal investigation: Late this month or early in June, former U.S. Attorney Anton Valukas will finish an investigation for GM into why the company delayed recalling the cars. GM has promised an “unvar-

nished” report and said it will make at least some of the results public. ■ Criminal investigation: The Justice Department is investigating GM’s conduct and may bring criminal charges. The same team that got Toyota to agree to a $1.2 billion penalty for hiding unintended acceleration problems from NHTSA is working on the GM case. ■ Congressional action: Two congressional subcommittees have promised to call GM CEO Mary Barra back to Capitol Hill for further hearings after the Valukas report is released. ■ Recalls: Barra promoted longtime engineer Jeff Boyer as GM’s safety chief, with the mandate to look into other safety issues that should have resulted in recalls. On Thursday, GM announced it would recall an additional 2.7 million cars and trucks. So far this year, the company has had 24 recalls with a total of 11.2 million vehicles.

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WASHINGTON — The Obama administration and Congress are moving quickly to respond to a growing political firestorm over allegations of treatment delays and falsified records at veterans hospitals nationwide. The top official for veterans’ health care resigned Friday, and House Republicans scheduled a vote for Wednesday on legislation that would give Veterans Affairs

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Secretary Eric Shinseki greater authority to fire or demote senior executives and administrators at the agency and its 152 medical centers. The actions came as federal investigators visited a VA hospital in suburban Chicago to look into an allegation that secret lists were used to conceal long patient wait times for appointments. Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., meanwhile, called for an investigation into reports that schedulers at a

VA medical center in Albuquerque were ordered to falsify patient appointment records. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said the Veterans Affairs Department is suffering from “a systemic, cultural problem” that cannot be solved with piecemeal responses, such as the resignation of a top official. Reports of long waits for appointments and processing benefit applications have plagued the VA for years.

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West: Ex-fire battalion chief suspected in killing

Nation: Former Bush White House dog dies

World: Company blamed by surviving Turkish miner

World: Terrorist group rich, armed, French leader says

A FORMER CALIFORNIA fire battalion chief suspected in the stabbing death of his girlfriend eluded capture for more than two weeks before his arrest, authorities said Friday. Orville “Moe” Fleming was arrested after a detective spotted him in Sacramento, Calif., boarding a bus at around noon as he apparently went looking for food, Detective Brian Meux said. He was arrested near where he had abandoned his California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection pickup truck May 1. That’s the same day deputies found the body of Sarah June Douglas inside the south Sacramento home she had shared with Fleming.

MISS BEAZLEY, FORMER President George W. Bush’s beloved Scottish terrier, has died. Bush’s office announced Saturday that Miss Beazley was “put to rest” this weekend after battling cancer. She was nearly 10 years old. The statement said Miss Beazley was “a source of joy” during Bush’s time at the White House and in Dallas, where he and his wife, Laura, live. Miss Beazley was born in October 2004 and was presented to Laura Bush as a birthday gift from her husband. The dog was named for a dinosaur in Oliver Butterworth’s children’s book The Enormous Egg.

MINER ERDAL BICAK believes he knows why so many of his colleagues died in Turkey’s worst mining disaster: company negligence. Bicak, 24, had just ended his shift Tuesday and was making his way to the surface when managers ordered him to retreat because of a problem in the Soma coal mine in western Turkey. “The company is guilty,” Bicak said, adding that managers had machines that measure methane gas levels. “The new gas levels had gotten too high, and they didn’t tell us in time.” Government and mining officials have insisted that the disaster killing 301 workers was not due to negligence.

BOKO HARAM HAS ample funds, highly sophisticated weaponry and advanced training with some of the world’s most experienced terrorists, French President Francois Hollande said Saturday as he and African leaders grappled with how to combat the Islamic extremist group. Hours after two more attacks in Boko Haram strongholds — including one in Nigeria that left a village torched and 40 people dead — the leaders agreed to improve policing of frontiers, share intelligence and trace the weapons and cash. The summit in Paris is intended to discuss the release of 276 schoolgirls being held hostage by Boko Haram.


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You can’t talk about beach activities without mentioning beach volleyball. This sport has become so popular that it was made an official Olympic sport in 1996. All you need is a net, a few players on each side and a volleyball. Prefer to go solo? Jog along the beach and enjoy the soothing sounds of your breath and the waves. Before you hit the beach with a vengeance this summer, keep in mind that a bit of prevention and common sense is the best way to avoid sunstroke and injury. Unlike hard surfaces, sand does have some give to it and can better absorb shocks, but it also makes your muscles work very hard. By gradually building up the intensity of your movements, your muscles will have a chance to adapt to this different playing surface. Dehydration is another common problem among those who exercise outdoors, so be sure to drink lots of water and take a dip from time to time to stay cool. And above all, apply sun block before you get to the beach, and reapply it in regular intervals throughout the day. A hat can also be a great way to keep sunstroke at bay. Beach sports are a great way to enjoy the summer and stay in shape. It can also be a more enjoyable way to get a healthy tan. Remember, summer is short so make the most of it-safely! REGISTE R

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Detective Ryan Menday of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office participates in the search for Lauryn Garrett in Kah Tai Lagoon Park.

Missing: Leads CONTINUED FROM A1 the Clallam and Jefferson sheriff’s offices, and an FBI Officer Patrick Fudally, agent from the Poulsbo office police spokesman, said Sat- was formed earlier last week urday that detectives are to organize the investigation continuing to follow up on into Garrett’s disappearance. Fred Garrett said he had leads but had no new information to share on the case. expected to pick his daughter For three hours Thursday up at 10 a.m. May 2 at the evening, volunteers with Jef- Port Townsend ferry dock ferson County Search and but that she arrived a day Rescue, county sheriff’s dep- early, calling him from the uties and a police detective park and ride. He thought she would scoured the trails and bushes of the city’s Kah Tai Lagoon take a bus to Sequim. No Nature Park, just east of the buses run at that hour from Safeway where Garrett was Port Townsend to Sequim. She had a $55.50 check last seen. The banks of the lagoon with her when she left the in the center of the 80-acre Pioneer Center North rehapark were also checked by bilitation clinic in Sedrosearchers in kayaks, Fudally Woolley on May 1, her father had said, adding that the said Friday. “[The search] turned up check hasn’t been cashed. Police said she was seen nothing of use,” he said. leaving two duffel bags near the park and ride before Expected on bus walking to Safeway. Lauryn Garrett’s father, The missing woman’s Fred Garrett of Sequim, said mother, Eleana Livingstonhe had expected her to return Christianson of Sequim, home by bus from Port found one of the two duffel Townsend after the two bags in bushes near the park and ride May 7. spoke May 1. The other bag has not She had come from a rehabilitation clinic in Sedro- been found, police said. Fred Garrett described Woolley a day earlier than she was scheduled to return. his daughter as a free spirit Throughout the investi- and an imaginative, creative gation, Fred Garrett said, person who makes friends family and friends have done easily. “She gets along with all they can. “There’s been a large out- everybody,” he said. Lauryn excelled in multipouring of support and [asking], ‘What can I do? How can ple sports while in high school, Fred Garrett said, I help?’” Fred Garrett said. He added, though, that he and also enjoyed acting in has had to come to terms school plays. The Peninsula Daily with the fact that there really isn’t much his daughter’s News named Lauryn Garrett to the all-Peninsula trackloved ones can do for now. “I know there are a lot of and-field team two years in a people out there that are just row: as a junior in 2008 and as frustrated as I am not again as a senior in 2009. being able to do anything at Top hurdler this point,” he said. Lauryn Garrett was last Described then as the seen at about 7:47 p.m. May Peninsula’s top hurdler, she 1 at the Haines Place Park qualified for state competiand Ride next to the Kah Tai tion in hurdles in both 2008 nature park when she bor- and 2009, placing seventh in rowed a cellphone from a the 100-meter hurdles in her man to call her father. senior year. Just after that, her image When asked whether was captured on Safeway there was anything he would surveillance video as she like his daughter to know, bought vodka and soda, Fred Garrett said, “I would police said. just say that I love her. Television producers with “In my mind, this isn’t a the Investigation Discovery mission to bring Lauryn network show “Disappeared” home; it’s a mission to find arrived in Sequim on that she’s safe and well.” Wednesday evening and are Lauryn Garrett is 5 feet, 7 planning to feature Garrett’s inches tall and weighs story in a future episode of between 120 and 130 pounds. the show. She has brown hair and Leslie Mattingly, one of hazel eyes. the show’s producers, said She has a tattoo of a bird Saturday her crew is plan- behind her left ear and a tatning to be filming on the too of Washington state on North Olympic Peninsula her right wrist. likely until this Thursday. Anyone with information She did not know when about Garrett’s whereabouts the episode would air. should phone police at 360A task force comprising 385-3831, ext. 1, or, if it’s an police detectives, members of emergency matter, 9-1-1.

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SEQUIM — The death of some 400 to 500 rainbow trout stocked at a water reuse pond north of Sequim’s Carrie Blake Park did not hamper the free Kids Fishing Day that saw about 300 children casting their lines Saturday, organizers said. Quick action was taken after the hatchery-bred trout were found floating dead in the pond Wednesday. The annual event went on as planned after the Water Reuse Demonstration Park reservoir was restocked with about 400 fish Friday, said Jan Sivertsen, president of the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of Puget Sound Anglers. “We’re doing so much better than I thought [we] would, so I’m thankful for that,” Sivertsen said in a phone interview Saturday. “Everybody’s having a great time, so that’s the whole thing.” The event was organized in coordination with the Puget Sound Anglers chapter, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the Sequim Public Works Department.

Experiential learning It offered children 14 and younger the chance to learn how to set bait, cast their lines and clean fish by watching club members, Sivertsen said. Participants could bring their own bait and poles, though both were supplied free of charge by the anglers club. The pond had been stocked Tuesday with about 1,300 rainbows from the Fish and Wildlife Hurd Creek hatchery, about 5 miles away, said Tom Duttrey, an organizer with the club. A check of the pond

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Haley McDonald, 14, of Sequim struggles to hold onto a squirming trout she caught in the pond at the Water Reuse Demonstration Park in Sequim during Kids Fishing Day on Saturday. Wednesday morning, however, found that between 400 and 500 fish had died, he said. “[It was] kind of sickening, more than anything else,” Duttrey said. The anglers club raises money each year to feed between 3,000 and 5,000 fish at the Hurd Creek hatchery for use in the Kids Fishing Day, Duttrey said. The cost is about $1.50 per fish. Not all of a year’s brood is used for the event, he said, so organizers were able to get more trout from the hatchery to replace those that died. “I think it was due a lot to the water temperature that was too high,” Duttrey said, referring to the likely cause of the fish kill.

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Dogs: City looks to new rules on dog ownership CONTINUED FROM A1 because it had no legal justification. “We would have lost in In the face of protests, some in Forks supported court, and he would be sitMarkwell by organizing ting back with a bunch of drives for dog food and the city’s money,” Monohon blankets and staging coun- said. “And I don’t know that ter-protests, Monohon said. “I think the community the dogs would have been was supportive of him, better off than they are probably a bit to our detri- now.” On Dec. 24, after weeks ment,” Monohon said. Monohon said he had of heavy protests — both few interactions with Mark- online and in person in Forks — Markwell turned well. “I really didn’t have a the dogs over to members of reason to hang out with the a New York-based dog resguy,” Monohon said. “I’m a cue organization, who met him in Arizona. cat person.”

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Protests from across the nation began after a Facebook site showed photos depicting neglected dogs living in travel crates and dirty conditions. The photos were said to have been taken inside the shelter by former volunteers and Forks police. Many activists demanded the city take action against Markwell. “It’s not like all of us didn’t want the situation to just go away,” Monohon said. “But the government just doesn’t have the right to go kicking people’s doors down.” The city could have done so in response to the complaints, he said, but would have then been open to litigation from Markwell

“He did the right thing in the end by moving them on,” Monohon said. Markwell arrived at a makeshift shelter in the Arizona desert with the dogs crated in the back of a 53-foot semitrailer after a flight from Forks that began Dec. 21. Most of Markwell’s OAS dogs have been adopted by rescue agencies throughout the country. Robert Misseri with Guardians of Rescue, the New York-based animal rescue organization that led the effort to find new homes for the OAS dogs, said Thursday some 20 dogs remain in the desert shelter. “It was a monster undertaking. These are not easy dogs to adopt out” because

of their aggressive nature one of three people running and emotional problems, this year for the Clallam Misseri has said. County commissioner seat vacated by longtime ComNew city rules missioner Mike Doherty, who did not file for re-elecFor the past year and a tion. half, the city of Forks has “Before, we never had been crafting new rules any current information. that would require resi- We had the photos, but they dents who keep large num- were a year old by the time bers of pets to provide infor- we got them.” mation about them to the Fleck said the “colleccity. tion” clause in the revised “We have no way to say ordinance would give the [Markwell] can’t be here,” city information about how City Attorney Rod Fleck many animals residents said. have. “But we are working on Requiring that, he said, new rules that could pre- would allow emergency vent, or at least give us responders to prepare for more information, if we had animals inside a building if a similar situation again.” they are called there for The revision to the city’s fires or medical calls. animal control ordinance “If we had had an emerwould require those with gency in the sanctuary, “collections of animals” to what would we have done?” register with the city and Fleck asked. provide regular proof that But Markwell contends animals have been the city still has no authorinspected by a licensed vet- ity to search his residence erinarian. to inspect for dogs. Fleck said a subcommit“If anything, they have tee has been formed to less authority because I finalize the ordinance, now don’t have any of the danin draft form, and should gerous dogs that were regisbring it to the City Council tered,” he said. sometime near the end of June. No more rescues The city had no such law He stressed he has no when the dog sanctuary was in operation, and Fleck intention of resuming a dog said that prevented offi- rescue operation. “The last thing in the cials, including police, from gathering information world I would want to do is about Markwell’s operation. start up again,” Markwell “He’s in a different situa- said. On Facebook pages, tion now,” said Monohon,

Markwell’s critics have called OAS a “tragic hoarding situation.” “I never fit the description of a hoarder,” Markwell said. “I would turn dogs away. I tried finding new homes for the dogs once the money started to drop off, but I got turned down by everybody that I approached.” Markwell began taking in dogs while living at a rental house near Neah Bay. There with his dog, he took in a pair of stray dogs that kept showing up at his house. He then went to Los Angeles, where he rescued a pregnant dog from a fighting ring. She delivered a litter of four puppies. Realizing the difficulty he would have renting a home for himself and eight dogs, he bought a house in Forks but outgrew that and purchased the Russell Road warehouse. After traveling to Arizona with the dogs, Markwell left the rescue site in January and spent time in Mexico before returning to Forks in February to face a charge of malicious mischief for kicking the car of a protester and to answer a civil suit filed by former donor Sherie Maddox of Port Angeles. After returning to resolve a bench warrant issued against him for the malicious mischief charge, Markwell left for California.

He returned for preliminary trial motions in Clallam County District Court in Forks. Realizing the trial would take some time to process, Markwell said, he decided to stay in Forks. He has been living in Forks for the most part since, he said. He put the blame on the city for allowing the protests of his sanctuary to escalate as they did last fall and worried officials are again fueling the outcry. Last week, city police contacted Markwell after receiving a number of calls about dog barks heard outside the warehouse. Fleck said many of the calls about dogs heard barking from inside the warehouse came from out of the area. “Why would they respond to a noise complaint call from out of state?” Markwell asked. “This is just a bunch of people on Facebook saying, ‘hey, everybody, let’s call today.’” City officials expect calls to continue to come in as long as Markwell lives in Forks. “There are individuals who are keeping a close eye on him,” Fleck said. “And it’s not the government.”

________ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Editor Joe Smillie can be reached at 360-681-2390, ext. 5052, or at jsmillie@peninsuladailynews.com.

Makah: Commemoration of last whale hunt CONTINUED FROM A1 It commemorated the anniversary of the tribe’s last legal harvest, which was aboard Hummingbird. Members of the 1999 hunt crew led by Capt. Wayne Johnson were Theron Parker, Mike Steves, Darrell Markishtum, Glenn Johnson, Keith Johnson, Arnie Hunter, Franklin Wilson, Bruce Gonzelas, Dan Greene, Gordon Parker, Andy Noel, Donald H. Swan and Greg Arnold. Most were aboard Hummingbird on Saturday.

Recalls controversy Keith Johnson, president of the whaling commission, recalled the controversy that surrounded the May 17, 1999, kill of a gray whale, nicknamed “May,” whose skeleton now hangs in the Makah Cultural and Research Center in Neah Bay. “Last time we had a whaling crew in that [canoe], those terrorists, those ecoterrorists, that were out there in their Zodiacs waking our boat and throwing smoke canisters at us,” Keith Johnson remembered. The last whale killed by Makah tribal members was in 2007, when a group of five illegally shot dead a gray whale. Members of the 2007 crew were Wayne Johnson, Parker, Noel, Gonzales and William Secor Sr. Wayne Johnson served five months in federal prison and Noel 90 days for their

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Wayne Johnson, left, and Arnie Hunter prepare a harpoon to place on the canoe Hummingbird. roles in the kill. Hummingbird was retired in 2006 after it capsized, killing Joseph Andrew “Jerry” Jack, a hereditary chief of the Mowachaht/ Muchalaht tribe of Vancouver Island, during an InterTribal Canoe Journey. Some had called for Hummingbird to be burned, Keith Johnson said, saying it had been cursed. “You don’t burn a whaling canoe,” he said Saturday. “You bless it.” The Makah voluntarily stopped hunting gray whales in the 1920s when populations diminished. Gray whales were listed as

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15th anniversary “We feel differently about the 15th anniversary,” said Margaret Owen, who formed Peninsula Citizens for the Protection of Whales with her husband, Chuck, to speak against the tribe’s whale hunts. “There’s 60 whales that could have been killed in that time,” Owens said. A draft environmental impact statement underway in 2008 was stopped by new scientific information that found the group of gray whales that frequents the Washington coast has distinctive genetic markers that differentiate them from the 20,000 gray whales that migrate along the West Coast. “Those resident whales would have been gone,” Chuck Owens said. Donna Darm, associate

deputy administrator for NOAA’s west region, said Thursday a new statement incorporating that information should be ready for public review by the fall. Darm and Keith Johnson noted that the tribe’s hunt plan calls for kills of transient whales only. The 1999 hunt was uplifting for many members of the tribe, according to Makah General Manager Meredith Parker. “There’s a lot of pride that has stuck with us from that 1999 hunt,” Parker said, “because we did it the right way.” But the rogue 2007 hunt created divisions, Keith Johnson said, pointing out there was no event to mark the 10-year anniversary of the 1999 hunt. “Do you see the whole tribe here?” he asked as he pointed to the three dozen people on the beach before Saturday’s commemorative paddle.

A prayer and a song Saturday’s paddle began with a prayer for more unity from Gordon Lyons and a song for good luck from Darrell Markishtum. Keith Johnson expressed hope that divisions within the tribe could be closed. “It’s our traditional food, and people still want it,” Johnson said. “And if for no other reason, a lot of people here will support us for the treaty right.” Johnson also pointed to the tribe’s cohesion in 1999. “When we all get attacked, we all stick together. Because we’re one community.”

________ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Editor Joe Smillie can be reached at 360-681-2390, ext. 5052, or at jsmillie@peninsuladailynews.com.

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Candidates: Meeting CONTINUED FROM A1 He also cited their unwillingness to schedule a community meeting on the impacts of climate change as outlined in a Jamestown S’Klallam tribe report, among other factors. “Generally, some of the values I represent have not been shared by colleagues, things like more open government, transparency, accountability,” Doherty said in a telephone interview from Eugene, Ore., where he was attending a family gathering. “Some of those things I don’t think we’re geared to as much as we used to be.” Doherty, a Port Angeles Democrat, is now in his fourth consecutive four-year term as a Clallam County commissioner. He was also a county commissioner from 1976-1980 and, previous to that, was chairman of the Clallam County board of freeholders, which designed a process that eventually resulted in the drafting and passage of the county’s home rule charter. He is running for a Charter Review Commission seat this year.

Term ends Dec. 31 Doherty said he will continue to serve his constituents until his term expires Dec. 31. Despite the lack of an incumbent, the race will be a primary election contest. Forks Mayor Bryon Monohon filed Thursday to run as an independent for Doherty’s seat. Also filing last week were Sissi Bruch, a Port Angeles city councilwoman, and Bill Peach of Forks, a retired forester and Quillayute Valley Parks and Recreation District commissioner. Bruch, who had said she would withdraw from the race if Doherty filed for reelection, is running as a Democrat. Peach is running as a Republican. When more than two candidates file for a position, they face off in the primary, set Aug. 5 this year. The top two vote-getters will move on to the Nov. 4 general election.

2-candidate contests Four Clallam County races are being contested by two candidates: prosecuting attorney, Port Angeles-area District Court 1 judge, community development director and auditor. Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney William Payne, who was appointed by two commissioners in January to serve the last year on retired Prosecutor Deborah Kelly’s four-year term, will run against fellow Republican Mark Nichols. Nichols, the county’s halftime hearings examiner, was a longtime chief civil deputy in the office before he was promoted to acting prosecutor when Kelly resigned Dec. 31. Incumbent District Court 1 Judge Rick Porter drew a challenge Friday from Cathy Marshall, manager of the Port Angeles office of the state attorney general and current president of the Clallam County Bar Association. Roark Miller, the incumbent community development director, will face Port Angeles architect Mary Ellen Winborn in her bid for a second term. County Elections Supervisor Shoona Riggs will run against county Health and Human Services Administrative Coordinator Kim Yacklin for retiring Auditor Patty Rosand’s nonpartisan position.

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PORT TOWNSEND — Community activist Doug Milholland doesn’t think he will unseat freshman U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer in the race for the 6th Congressional District this year. But he hopes his campaign against Kilmer, a Port Angeles native and Gig Harbor resident, will promote a broader discussion of peace-related issues. “I do not expect to win,” said Milholland, 65, of Port Townsend, who filed his candidacy Friday. “My intent is to provide a different perspective of what issues I assume will be in the race.” Milholland said he wants the nation to move away from war and become a more reflective country that seeks peaceful means for change. Milholland has filed as a member of the Green Party. Aside from Milholland and Kilmer, who is a Democrat, two Republicans are in the race for the Congressional district that includes the North Olympic Peninsula. Gig Harbor resident Marty McClendon and W. “Greybeard” McPherson of Port Angeles have filed for the seat. The two top vote-getters in the Aug. 5 primary will advance to the Nov. 4 election regardless of party affiliation. Milholland, who arrived in Port Townsend in 1976, has run for office twice. In 2013, he placed in the top five and would have served as Jefferson County freeholder, working on creating a county home rule charter, if voters had not rejected the process. He also ran unsuccessfully for the 6th Congressional District seat in 2002, challenging incumbent Norm Dicks in the party primary.

________ Jefferson County Editor Charlie Bermant can be reached at 360-385-2335 or cbermant@peninsuladailynews.com.

Clallam County incumbents who filed unopposed last week for nonpartisan countywide offices are Sheriff Bill Benedict, Treasurer Selinda Barkhuis, Assessor Pam Rushton, Superior Court Judge Chris Melly, Forks-area District Court 2 Judge John Doherty and Clallam County Public Utility District Commissioner Hugh Haffner. Barkhuis also is running for a Charter Review Commission seat. In the 24th Legislative District, which includes Clallam and Jefferson counties, state Rep. Kevin Van De Wege, D-Sequim, filed unopposed last week.

Tharinger challengers State Rep. Steve Tharinger, D-Sequim, will face two challengers in the primary. Dr. Stafford Conway, a Sequim neurologist who joined Olympic Medical Center in 2012, filed as a Libertarian on Friday to run against Tharinger and Republican Thomas Greisamer of Moclips in Grays Harbor County. On the federal front, U.S. Rep Derek Kilmer, a Port Angeles native from Gig Harbor, faces three challengers in the 6th Congressional District. Green Party candidate Douglas Milholland of Port Townsend, Republican Marty McClendon of Gig Harbor and W. “Greybeard” McPherson of Port Angeles, who stated no party preference but voted for the Green Party candidate in the 2012 presidential election, will attempt to unseat Kilmer.

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Ted Miller, former chairwoman of the Clallam County Republican Party Sue Forde, unsuccessful 2013 candidate for Sequim City Council Brandon Janisse, Jon Alan Kirshbaum, Bill Lowman, Henning Holmgaard, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula Treasurer Jerry Sinn, farmer Bryon Gunnerson, Ronald Bell, Sequim City Councilman Ken Hayes and Clallam County Health & Human Services Developmental Disabilities Planner Timothy Bruce. ■ District 2 (central county): Unsuccessful 2012 county commissioner candidate Maggie Roth, retired investment banker Kaj Ahlburg, Lindsey SchromenWawrin, Stephanie Noblin, Smart Awareness organizer Judi Hangartner, former charter commissioner Norma Turner, William Shore Memorial Pool Executive Director Steven Burke, county Planning Commissioner Scott Clausen, unsuccessful 2012 county commission candidate Patti Morris, Dennis McBride, former Port Angeles Mayor Glenn Wiggins, unsuccessful 2013 Fire District No. 3 commission candidate Sean Ryan, Barkhuis, Robert “Rob” Robertsen, county Democratic Party Vice-chairwoman Marcia Farrell, Diane Haffner and Susan Shotthafer. ■ District 3 (west county): Horticulturist and freelance PDN columnist Andrew May, Clallam County Planning Commission member Connie Beauvais, Fair Advisory Board member William White, former Clallam County Democratic Party Chairman John Merton Marrs, Superior Court Clerk Barbara Christensen, Port Angeles Councilman Lee Whetham, Doherty, winery co-owner and former Districting Manager Don Corson, attorney Derek Medina, county Democratic Party state committeeman Joe McGimpsey, Cheryl Williams and Forks City Attorney Rod Fleck.

The top five vote-getters in each of the county’s three commissioner districts will automatically be seated on the Charter Review Commission as a result of the general election. Here are the 42 candidates for Charter Review ________ Commission in the order in which they filed: Reporter Rob Ollikainen can be ■ District 1 (east county): reached at 360-452-2345, ext. Nola Judd, Anita Ready, 5072, or at rollikainen@peninsula Sequim City Councilman dailynews.com.

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Board eyes contract for paving project PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

The three Clallam County commissioners will consider agreements with the County Road Administration Board for paving Old Olympic Highway from U.S. Highway 101 to the Sieberts Creek bridge on Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. in the commissioners’ boardroom (160) at the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles. Other agenda items include: ■ A contract amendment with the County Road Administration Board adding funds for improvements to Lower Elwha Road between Mileposts 0 and 0.78. ■ An agreement with the state Department of Commerce’s Office of Crime Victims Advocacy. ■ An agreement with the state Department of Agriculture for knotweed control. ■ An agreement with AHBL of Tacoma for a courthouse stormwater retrofit project. ■ A resolution authorizing action on current useassessment applications. ■ Introduction of Michele Devlin by Prosecuting Attorney William Payne. Commissioners will meet in the same boardroom at 9 a.m. Monday for their weekly work session to discuss action items, a resolution of intent to renew Lake Sutherland Management District 2 and a proposed chemical dependency inpatient and detoxification facility.

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Voters rejected the proposed bond April 22. The board also will discuss a superintendent evaluation and consider policy updates for the Highly at 6 p.m. in Linkletter Hall Capable Programs, online in the lower conference area learning and parental of the hospital at 939 E. involvement. Caroline St., Port Angeles. Using a $20 million expansion loan approved Port Angeles last fall, the hospital is add- School Board ing 2,800 square feet to the The Port Angeles School emergency room in a $2.3 Board will conduct a public million expansion project hearing on a proposed sale expected to be complete of the property that once next spring. was the site of the shutOMC expects an increase tered Fairview Elementary of newly insured patients School when it meets using its emergency room. Thursday. Those extra rooms are The hearing will be from expected to be open Jan. 31. 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the The hospital board also Port Angeles High School will consider an advanced library, 304 E. Park Ave. A practice clinician employregular board meeting will ment agreement and hear an administrator’s report follow the comment period on the strategic plan, advo- at 7 p.m. The board also plans an cacy and use of 2013 debt executive session at 5 p.m. funds. and a Community Conversation at 5:30 p.m. Port Angeles city

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The Port Angeles City Council will conduct the first of two public hearings on proposed rate increases for garbage pickup and the Port Angeles Regional Transfer Station on Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m., with the hearing to begin at about 6:30 p.m., in council chambers at City Hall, 321 E. Fifth St. The 6 p.m. meeting will be preceded by a 5 p.m. special meeting during which council members will interview Nancy Powers, a city Planning Commissioner applicant, and hold an executive session to discuss potential litigation with legal counsel. Other agenda items are: ■ The second part of a public hearing and consideration of a collection of financial policy revisions. ■ The first readings of ordinances issuing solid waste revenue bonds and limited tax general obligation bonds to pay for the multimillion-dollar effort to shift buried garbage back from a failing bluff near the city’s transfer station. ■ First reading of an ordinance implementing a city mixed-used overlay zone. ■ Approval of an update to the city’s personnel policy and procedures manual.

The Clallam County Board of Health will hear a health officer’s report on measles outbreaks Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. in Room 160 of the Clallam County Courthouse. Other agenda items include: ■ An update on medical and recreational marijuana for local and tribal health. ■ A health director’s report on alcohol, tobacco and opiate use. ■ Information on Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, imported to the U.S.; a Trust for America’s Health statement on the National Cli- Sequim School Board mate Assessment; and Sequim School Board Department of Health highlights on federal budget members will discuss what to do next after voters cuts and sequestration. rejected a proposed $154 million construction and Olympic Medical renovation bond when they Center meet Tuesday. The board will meet at 7 Olympic Medical Center commissioners will consider p.m. at 503 N. Sequim Ave. The meeting was reset awarding a bid for the emergency room expansion from Monday because of a scheduling conflict, the disproject Wednesday. The meeting will begin trict said.

Clallam Transit The Clallam Transit board will gather in Sekiu on Monday to facilitate the attendance of West End residents. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. at the Clallam Bay-Sekiu Community Center, 42 Rice St., Sekiu. Agenda items include a construction agreement and memorandum of understanding with the city of Sequim and authorization of training and travel for the Washington State Public Transportation Conference in Yakima.

Marine Resources Committee The Clallam County Marine Resources Committee will gather in Neah Bay for presentations on Makah oil spill prevention and response and the Makah tribal fisheries program Monday. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the marina conference room at Neah Bay. The committee will also hear an update on oiled wildlife training and discuss next year’s projects.

Clallam PUD The Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners’ meeting for Monday has been canceled. The next meeting will be June 2 at the Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave.

Planning Commission The Clallam County Planning Commission meeting for Wednesday has been canceled. The next meeting will be June 4 at the Clallam County Courthouse.

PT Rhody’s Grand Parade shows off ‘wow’ factor to slews of attendees BY CHARLIE BERMANT PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND — Overcast skies did not dampen the enthusiasm of the observers or participants at the 79th annual Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival Grand Parade on Saturday. The two-hour parade had 106 entries, including 10 bands and eight festival floats. There was no official crowd estimate, although parade organizer Rita Hub-

bard said “there was way more than last year.” “God loves Rhody,” Hubbard said. “Every year, there is the ‘wow’ factor, which this year came from the cat loader from Port Townsend Paper. It took up the whole street,” she added. “People came out. They showed up, and everyone is having a great time.” It even had a poignant entry as Port Townsend High School alumni rode the

parade brandishing the Redskins mascot for the last time in a Rhody Festival. The parade began by the Port Townsend Fire Station on Lawrence Street, headed north and turned east on Monroe Street and south on Water Street. At the parade’s end, some floats turned right and parked on Washington Street, while others headed straight through town, giving tourists and locals an added bonus.

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PA chamber board gives Sound Community Bank green light on initiative to buy Peninsula branches Group members OK move forward with PA United BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — An effort to merge three city business groups received another boost last week. The Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce board of directors Friday voted unanimously — 21 of 23 board members were present — to move forward with what has become known as the PA United initiative in anticipation of the chamber’s membership making a decision by June 30. The vote during the board’s luncheon meeting at Lake Crescent Lodge came three days after a unanimous vote of about 30 Port Angeles Business Association members — all those attending the group’s regular Tuesday breakfast meeting. Don Roberts, past president of the business association, and Russ Veenema, chamber executive director, said Friday in separate interviews that the full memberships of each organization will be asked to vote on merging into one group. The chamber has 490 members and the business association 71. The same will be true for the Port Angeles Downtown Association — it has about 200 members — if that group’s board agrees to move forward with the proposal at a meeting downtown association President Bob Lumens expects will be held this week, he said Friday. Veenema said the cham-

ber board voted after 35 minutes of discussion and a presentation by business association Veenema member Ray Gruver and chamber President Todd Ortloff. They have been part of a core of about 12 representatives of the three groups who have been meeting for almost four months in two-hour sessions that were facilitated by former county Economic Development Council Director Jim Haguewood. PA United representatives have pledged to provide to the three groups a possible budget and other information on what forming a consolidated entity would entail by June 30. The core group will hammer out those details in weekly public meetings from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays in the Smugglers Landing restaurant banquet room, 115 E. Railroad Ave.

Not a new idea

independently represent the business community and foster economic growth in the same geographic area. The presentation Friday by Gruver and Ortloff was well-received, Veenema said. “Overall, the board was very complimentary of how far the group has come and how much has been accomplished in the four months that these meetings have been taking place, and the board is excited to be a player and help move this along.” Preliminary plans call for the three groups to operate under an organizational structure that would include a leadership group composed of three people each from five task force groups. Those groups would focus on downtown-main street, promotions and marketing, government affairs, entrepreneurship and operations and business development. “Now, we have a muddled business community voice,” Ortloff said Tuesday at the business association meeting. “This will give us a single-focus voice that will represent a huge chunk of Clallam County.” The downtown association, which manages parking in the city’s core, is constrained from consolidating with the other two groups because of its involvement with the Main Street program. But the group still could participate in the new organization, Lumens has said.

Consolidation is not a new idea to chamber board members, Veenema said. “The chamber has been supportive of this occurring, not only these few months,” he said. “For years, the chamber board has been wanting discussion about how business groups are structured. “This has been great that it’s coming from several different entities.” At the PA United meetings, a consistent theme ________ has been the duplication of Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb efforts and the money can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. spent on staffing and facili- 5060, or at pgottlieb@peninsuladaily ties when three groups news.com.

Sale subject to regulatory nod from FDIC, state finance agency BY LEAH LEACH PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Later this year, probably this fall, Columbia Bank branches in Sequim, Port Angeles and Port Ludlow will become Sound Community Bank offices. Sound Financial Bancorp Inc., the parent company of Sound Community Bank, announced Friday it had entered into an agreement with Columbia Bank to buy the three branches. The deal, which will mean Columbia Bank no longer has a branch in Clallam and Jefferson counties, is expected to be finalized in the third quarter of this year. The sale is subject to regulatory approval from the Federal Deposit Insurance Co. and the state Department of Financial Institutions, said Laurie Stewart, president and CEO of Sound Community Bank, from her Seattle office.

Fall conversion? “We have no reason to believe it won’t be approved,” she said, adding that she expected to be converting the branches in the fall. Employees at the Columbia Bank locations, estimated to be about a dozen overall, will become employees of Sound Community Bank, said Stewart, just as they did when Sound acquired the First Security branch in Port Angeles five years ago. Customers will see little change, she said. “For clients, the conversion of their accounts, their

debit cards, their checks will be an automated process,” Stewart said. “In many cases, they will be talking to the same people they talked to all along.” Some customers will do their banking in different locations.

Moving locations The company plans to move its Sequim branch, now at 541 N. Fifth Ave., to the present Columbia branch at 645 W. Washington St. In Port Angeles, the present Columbia branch at 602 E. Front St. will move into the Sound Community Bank location at 110 N. Alder St. No location changes are anticipated in Port Ludlow, where Columbia has a branch at 9500 Oak Bay Road. Sound’s Sequim branch is a leased facility. In Port Angeles, the company owns the building but leases the land. By the time the conversion is accomplished, those buildings may house new businesses, Stewart said. “We know of a party that has an interest in having a building on that street” in Port Angeles, she said.

Deposits, loans

these branches is an attractive 14 basis points, and the cash received will be used to pay down FHLB [Federal Home Loan Banks] borrowings in the short term,” according to Sound’s news release. “Therefore, the transaction is expected to be accretive by the end of 2014. The branch facilities are being acquired at book value.”

Not seeking a buyer Columbia Bank was not looking for a buyer for the three branches, said Melanie Dressel, president and CEO of Columbia Bank and Columbia Banking System Inc., based in Tacoma. “After careful consideration, we determined that it made sense,” she added. “Among consideration in this decision was the treatment of our employees and customers going forward. “With Sound’s long history on the Peninsula, they have a commitment to these communities and a wellknown reputation as a good employer.” Columbia Bank has 139 branches: 79 in Washington state and 60 in Oregon, said JoAnne Coy, vice president of corporate communications. Sound Community Bank has done business in Clallam County since 1997. The new branch in Port Ludlow will be the bank’s first in Jefferson County. “We are very excited to expand our franchise on the Peninsula,” said Stewart, a graduate of Sequim High School. “We have strong ties to the Peninsula.”

Sound Community Bank expects to receive about $30 million of deposits and $1 million of loans from the transaction. Sound Community Bank _______ will pay Columbia Bank a 2.35 percent total deposit Managing Editor/News Leah premium on the transac- Leach can be reached at 360-417tion. 3531 or at leah.leach@peninsula “The cost of funds from dailynews.com.

Briefly . . . Classical concerts at Turtle Bluff PORT TOWNSEND — The Coffee Concerts, a series at pianist Gwendolyn Moore’s Turtle Bluff studio, will highlight the music of Chopin and Brahms this Monday and Tuesday. In these performances, both at 10 a.m., Moore will play Chopin’s Ballades No. 1 and 4, then join Barbara Hinchliff for Brahms’ Sonata for Two Pianos in F minor. Tickets will be $10 at the door of Turtle Bluff,

gation of one count of vehicular homicide and two counts of vehicular assault. She said detectives are reconstructing what happened. Results from toxicology tests are pending. The dead man and the woman and man injured were inside the home when the collision happened. Car crash Authorities say the car plowed through a room in SEATTLE — A King the home, possibly the livCounty sheriff’s spokesing room, and then onto man said a 68-year-old the deck and dock. woman is in jail after an The SUV driver and a SUV plowed through a 3-year-old boy in the car waterfront home and were uninjured. crashed into Lake SamGates said the man who mamish Friday evening. Sgt. D.B. Gates said the was killed was either the woman was booked into jail female driver’s husband or early Saturday for investi- partner. 523 Blue Ridge Road in the Cape George area. For directions to the studio and details about Turtle Bluff, which raises money for scholarships for local young people studying music, phone 360-385-3626 or email trtlbluf@olympus. net.

Cascades caution MARBLEMOUNT — Officials are advising backcountry visitors to North Cascades National Park to be careful because of hazardous snow conditions during the next several weeks. Park geologist Jon Riedel said heavy snow buildup late in the winter combined with warm temperatures in recent weeks have made avalanche conditions especially dangerous this year. His team has witnessed numerous avalanches and cornice failures while out surveying throughout the Cascade and Olympic Mountains. Park officials want back-

country enthusiasts to be extra careful when going near or above the snowline. Visitors should have avalanche awareness and hazard training and carry avalanche safety gear such as beacons and snow probes. They also shouldn’t travel alone.

No charges for boy TACOMA — The Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office said no criminal charges will be filed against a 13-year-old boy who accidentally shot his friend earlier this year. Prosecutor Mark Lindquist said there wasn’t enough evidence to support

a criminal recklessness or negligence. He said the shooting was a “heartbreaking tragedy that illustrates the importance of handling guns responsibly.” Authorities say that on Feb. 6, several boys ranging in age from 12 to 14 were at a home after school when the boy who lived there pulled out a shotgun to show to the others, all of whom were friends. That boy gave the gun to another boy. The 13-year-old victim, Eddie Holmes, was shot a short time later in the chest. Peninsula Daily News and The Associated Press

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Extra patrols set for ‘Click It or Ticket’ Upped enforcement starts Monday for unbuckled, distracted driving PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

On the heels of the firstever statewide distracteddriving extra enforcement campaign, law enforcement officers will be out once again searching for not only unbuckled drivers but also distracted drivers as part of the annual “Click It or Ticket” patrols. The extra patrols in Clallam and Jefferson counties begin Monday and will continue through June 1. During the distracteddriving campaign April 10-15, 15 cellphone and texting violations were written in Clallam County. Jefferson County didn’t participate in that campaign, but the Port Townsend Police Department and the Sheriff’s Office will be out in force during the upcoming Click It or Ticket campaign, according to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission.

In Clallam County, the Port Angeles and Sequim police departments and deputies with the Sheriff’s Office and State Patrol will participate with the support of the Clallam County DUI Target Zero Task Force. State Patrol troopers will participate in both North Olympic Peninsula counties.

Who’s supporting it? The patrols are supported by the Clallam County DUI Target Zero Task Force and the Jefferson County Traffic Safety Task Force. The statewide “handheld cellphone use” law came into effect in June 2010. Prior to that law taking effect, on average, 700 drivers were cited for cellphone use per month statewide. After the law went into effect, the number of motorists cited for cellphone use increased and has stayed

consistent at about 4,000 per month, the traffic safety commission said. Likewise, after the primary seat belt law took effect in June 2002, seat belt violations initially increased, and then the seat KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS belt use rate increased, the commission said. “This model of high-visiEER ARK DIVERSION OVER bility enforcement has Traffic makes its way around the curve at the site of the new proven to change behaviors Deer Park underpass on U.S. Highway 101 east of Port Angeles. and is now being applied to distracted driving,” the With tunnel portion of the underpass project complete, motorists commission said. were diverted back onto the original roadway Friday night from Last year, during this a temporary roadway, shown at left. same time period, officers on extra patrols statewide issued 2,963 seat belt violations among the 11,666 motorists who were stopped. Also last year during this time period, 1,897 cellphone and texting violations were written statewide. These and all extra patrols are part of Target stands in city property Zero, which aims to end north of the Lincoln Park traffic deaths and serious ball fields. injuries in Washington by Ludke said instrument 2030. approaches rely on preFor more information, BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ tion enacted April 28 approved flight paths. They visit www.targetzero.com or PENINSULA DAILY NEWS against planes using lay out for the pilot a known www.wtsc.wa.gov. “instrument approaches” at safe path into an airport. PORT ANGELES — A night to land at the portThey differ from visual Port of Port Angeles pro- owned Fairchild airport’s approaches, in which the posal to remove eight city- runway 26. pilot more or less chooses owned trees, mostly from The airport sits just west his or her own path into the Lincoln Park, to lift a landof the city-owned, 147-acre airport, he said. ing restriction on nearby Lincoln Park. Daytime instrument William R. Fairchild InterResident Bob Hicks told approaches to runway 26 national Airport will go the parks panel Thursday are not restricted, Ludke before the City Council. that the restriction on the said. Neither are nighttime The Park, Recreation then to protect them from airport has the potential to visual approaches. and Beautification Comthe buffeting they take from drastically limit its use by The current restriction swells coming out of the mission voted unanimously such companies as Rite against nighttime instruThursday night to recomeast during winter weather, mend the plan to the coun- Bros. Aviation, Kenmore ment approaches would port staff said. cil after eight residents Air, FedEx and the United likely limit the most flights Director of Engineering Parcel Service. in fall and winter when the spoke in favor of it. Chris Hartman said a win“This is an absolutely sun sets at about 5 p.m. or City Manager Dan McKter boat launch is on Ediz een said Friday that council essential city utility that earlier, Ludke said, rather Hook, about 3 miles away. members likely will be must be available 24 hours than in spring and summer The ramp leads down to asked to authorize the port a day, seven days a week,” when the days are longer. floating docks. Those were proposal at a joint public he said. Corey Delikat, the city’s Ludke said the FAA parks and recreations direcreplaced last year. meeting with port commisissued the restriction tor, said city crews will work The project will help the sioners next month. ramp’s floating docks last The meeting has been because the trees at Lincoln with the port to determine longer, Hartman said. tentatively scheduled for 10 Park were encroaching into how best to remove the “It is a maintenance a.m. June 2 in council the protected airspace lead- trees if the plan is ultiproject,” he said. chambers at City Hall, 321 ing into runway 26. mately approved. The FAA’s concerns E. Fifth St., McKeen said. “We’ll evaluate each of ________ Council members and about the hundreds of the trees to be sure that Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb port commissioners also are obstructing trees in the they’re taken down propcan be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. park had already led to erly and surrounding 5060, or at pgottlieb@peninsuladaily expected at the meeting to develop a memorandum of reducing the usable amount ground is re-established,” news.com. agreement on how to of runway 26 from 6,350 to Delikat said. address the larger issue of 5,000 feet, he said. About 350 runwayDava McNutt told parks obstructing trees were cut hundreds of Lincoln Park trees limiting Fairchild run- commissioners she was con- down in Lincoln Park in cerned the nighttime limi- 2008, mostly in a former way use. The public will get a tations also would limit campground. chance to comment at the access to potentially lifeDiscussions about potenmeeting, McKeen added, saving medical emergency tially cutting hundreds though he said “the public plane flights into the air- more trees had been greeted comment will be limited to port. by objections from protest“We are all airport ers. the subject of the special users,” she said. meeting.” No one objected at the Thursday meeting to the Eight trees FAA restriction proposal to remove eight The recent port proposal city-owned trees. Jerry Ludke, the port’s ________ airport and marinas man- would allow the removal of ager, said the port is seek- seven trees standing in the Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can ing to remove the eight western portion of Lincoln be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. trees to lift a Federal Avia- Park, just west of the off- 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula tion Administration restric- leash dog park. An eighth dailynews.com.

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PA port to apply for grant to fix west boat launch BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — The Boat Haven’s aging, heavily used west boat launch has been targeted for an estimated $496,000 in renovations. Port of Port Angeles commissioners unanimously agreed Tuesday to apply for a $372,000 grant from the state Recreation and Conservation Office Boating Facilities Program to fund the project. The port would provide a 25 percent match, or $124,000, to renovate the launch, which is more than 40 years old and is heavily used during salmon and

halibut seasons. The deadline for the application is July 1. Awards will be announced in December 2015. The concrete launch would be repaired and the 12-inch steel guide piles that anchor the floats at the launch replaced. New gangways also would be installed.

Winter launch? Commissioner Colleen McAleer said the public has wanted a Boat Haven boat launch that stays in the water during winter months. The launch is removed

Hospital donates exam table to college pupils June 1 application deadline for PC assisting program PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — The donation of an Olympic Medical Center exam table to the Peninsula College Foundation is allowing 48 students in the college’s Medical Assisting Program to learn on the same equipment they would use in clinical settings after graduation. “We are pleased that medical assistant students at Peninsula College can benefit from this piece of medical equipment that is no longer needed at one of our clinics,” said Kathi Pressley, OMC director of materials management/ central supply. “We understand the value of having the right tools to learn this important profession.”

In program classroom The donated exam table is in the back of the Medical Assisting Program classroom in LE-1, adjacent to another exam table received through a supply exchange with the Peninsula College Nursing Program. Program director and instructor Rachel Pairsh said the newly donated table “doubles our teaching and practice opportunities. “It is very important that we have the right tools in order to train our students for the workforce, and

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A new exam table is put to use by Medical Assisting Program students, from left, Danielle Grall, Carly Penic and Mischa Levis. this table, along with all the new supplies and equipment the college has purchased, takes us one step closer toward achieving all of our teaching and training goals.” Students who graduate from the program are eligible to obtain their MA-C credentials from the state Department of Health and are ready to enter the local workforce immediately.

New curriculum The Medical Assisting Program will offer a newly restructured curriculum in the fall. It is applying for program accreditation at the national level. Pairsh anticipates the department will submit a

self-study to the accrediting body by the end of spring 2015, with a site visit by the end of fall 2016. Applications for the fall quarter will be accepted until 5 p.m. June 1.

More information For information, visit the program’s Web page on the Peninsula College website at www.pencol.edu, email Pairsh at rpairsh@ pencol.edu or phone 360417-6414. The Peninsula College Foundation accepts monetary and in-kind gifts that support instructional programs at Peninsula College. For more information on the foundation, contact Getta Rogers at 360-4617566 or grogers@pencol.edu.

BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

POULSBO — A Port Townsend man was injured but not hospitalized after the pickup truck he was driving was hit by another truck and rolled about a mile north of Poulsbo last week. David C. Harrison, 66, was headed south on state Highway 3 in a 2003 Yellow Dodge Ram near Thompson Road north of Poulsbo at about 4 p.m. Thursday when Joshua A. Tapasa, 19, of Spanaway, who was headed north on Highway 3, fell asleep and crossed the centerline, the State Patrol said. Tapasa’s 2006 white Dodge Dakota pickup truck hit the yellow pickup head-on, the State Patrol said. Harrison’s truck rolled. Charges are pending, the State Patrol said. Harrison was treated by emergency crews at the scene, the State Patrol said, while Tapasa was taken to Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton. Tapasa had been treated and discharged as of Friday, according to a hospital spokeswoman. Both trucks were destroyed, the State Patrol said, adding that both drivers were wearing seat belts.

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

Spokane County being sued over improper taxes THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SPOKANE — Residents of Liberty Lake and Spokane Valley are suing Spokane County after they were wrongly taxed to pay for control of noxious weeds. They filed a civil lawsuit in Spokane County Superior Court this week seeking full refunds. The plaintiffs include the mayor of Liberty Lake, Steve Peterson. The Spokesman-Review says property owners in Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake were improperly taxed more than $1 million over the past decade for noxious weed enforcement. Spokane County Risk Manager Steve Bartel said Friday that an outside attorney will review the suit. The problem was discovered last year. Spokane Valley property owners have been improperly assessed about $95,000 a year, while the amount assessed on Liberty Lake parcels has been about $9,000 a year.


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A10 This week’s business meetings ■ Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce — Twice-monthly luncheon meetings are held on the first and third Mondays at noon in the second-floor meeting room of the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St. This Monday’s luncheon speaker will be Eric Lewis, CEO of Olympic Medical Center. Tickets for the luncheon are $15 and can be purchased from the meeting room cashier. Lewis 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 featured speaker will be Dave Robison, executive director of the Fort Worden Lifelong Learning Center Public Development Authority. Lunch at $8 will be served by Subway.

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■ Forks Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at JT’s Sweet Stuffs, 80 N. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s program will feature historian Jack Zaccardo kicking off the logging and mill tour season with a presentation on the history of West End logging. The 2014 Forks Logging and Mill Tour season begins May 28. More information is at http://tinyurl. Zaccardo com/pdn-forksmilltour. Lunch for Wednesday’s Chamber of Commerce meeting costs $8; a bowl of soup, $4.75; and a cup of soup, $4. The entree is taco salad. ■ North Hood Canal Chamber of Commerce — Representing the “Emerald Towns” of the Hood Canal, Quilcene and Brinnon, the chamber meets monthly on the third Monday of the month. The group will meet this Monday at 5:30 p.m. at the Brinnon Community Center, 306144 U.S. Highway 101, to hear Timothy Ruybalid, U.S. Bank branch manager in Quilcene. Ruybalid’s topic will be “Managing Cash: The Ruybalid Small-Business Owner’s Guide to Financial Control.” Small-business owners, managers and those thinking of starting a business are invited to attend this free event. ■ Port Angeles Business Association — Breakfast meetings are Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive, Port Angeles. The program for this Tuesday’s meeting was not announced by Saturday. There is a $3 minimum charge by Joshua’s for those who do not order breakfast.

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PORT ANGELES — A free one-hour seminar, “Maximizing Mobile Marketing,” will be held by Douglas Nevill at Port Angeles Website Services, 834 E. Front St., at 2 p.m. today and at 10 a.m. this coming Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 25. Nevill will discuss website requirements to ensure a good “local search” or “mobile search” position. For more information or to pre-register, phone 360-504-0047 or visit www.pawebs.us.

New realty agent SEQUIM — Nell Clausen has joined RE/MAX Fifth Avenue, 560 N. Fifth Ave., as a real

A mother in Maine recently lamented in a Web posting her lack of savings for her son’s college education. It inspired an outpouring of Internet comments. A number of people questioned her and her husband’s decision to raise six children. Others thought she might have been better off putting money aside years ago instead of paying for music lessons and sports. The essay struck a different nerve for me. I’m the personal-finance columnist for The New York Times, and I have spent years thinking about how we can do a better job talking about money with our children. So I wondered two things: ■ What are parents supposed to do once their kids are ready for college if they haven’t saved a cent for the costs? ■ And what are they supposed to say to their children about why they haven’t, and what will need to happen next? Given the rising cost of college and the uneven economic recovery, there will be a lot more families facing this sort of thing in the coming years. Here are eight things to consider:

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question, doesn’t hide much from her children. This is good. Kids should know where they stand. So how much have you saved? How much can you spend? How much are you willing to borrow? And how soon can you sit down and explain it to your high school sophomore or junior? If you don’t know the answers, that’s fine. Just say so and explain what the variables are that might affect the outcome. These aren’t always easy discussions. But keep in mind that when you fill out the FAFSA (the application for federal financial aid), your child will need to sign it, and it will include your income and other information. So you’ll need to reveal all sooner or later.

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NO APOLOGIES. So you haven’t saved anything yet. Maybe you have some regrets. Chances are, however, you’ve put a lot of your discretionary money into a nicer place for your family to live, enrichment activities for your kids and family experiences that will create lifelong memories. These are good things. Your children probably do not resent you for them. You certainly don’t owe them an apology, given that you don’t yet know where they’re going to college and what the outcome will be.

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BARN-RAISING. Many high schools do not or cannot do a great job giving students advice on picking the right college. Fewer still know a lot about the finer points of financial aid. So you’ll want to turn to your community for advice. Who has been through this recently? What did they learn? This, too, may be a bit uncomfortable, but it can get easier to disclose financial particulars to others when your children’s future is at stake.

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LOTS OF SCHOOLS. Reading between the lines, Merrill’s son in Maine sounds like a gem. Maybe he’s a good enough guitar player to attend the Berklee School of Music, a few hours down Interstate 95. There may be a private college out there that’s willing to give him so many grants that the overall cost will fall below what the state university would charge him, even if it’s not Berklee. There’s only one way to know for sure, though, and that’s to apply to as many schools as possible. Include at least a few where a child would be well above average; the schools might be willing to discount generously to attract a handful of special first-year students. Yes, there are application fees for each one, though you can ask for a waiver if money is particularly tight. TURN

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PORT ANGELES — After 15 years of ownership, Ed and Wanda Smith have sold Peaks Brew Pub, 130 S. Lincoln St., to Jan Robison. The pub has been renamed as The Lazy Moon Craft Tavern and is open daily from noon to 2 a.m. It features local and regional craft-brewed beers and wines along with pub food. For more information on the tavern, visit http://tinyurl.com/ PDN-LazyMoonFacebook. The Smiths will continue brewing with Jeff Abbott and Evan Smith at Twin Peaks Brewing and Malting, 2506 W. 19th St. in the Port Angeles Airport Industrial Park. The taproom and outdoor beer garden at Twin Peaks are open by 2 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays. They welcome groups and offer tours by request. For more information, phone 360-460-0554 or visit www. facebook.com/TwinPeaks BrewingandMaltingCo.

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estate agent. She previously worked in administration and customer service at Estes Builders. She and her husband, Scott, Clausen have lived in Sequim for 12 years. For more information, phone Clausen at 360-683-1500.

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EDINBURGH, Scotland — The Royal Lyceum Theater has a modest hit on its hands, a slightly scabrous play that tells the story of Scotland’s parliamentary vote to dissolve itself and join the kingdom of England in 1707. “Union,” by Tim Barrow, depicts the English as conniving, Queen Anne as a ravenous simpleton and the Scots who voted for union as having been bribed by the English and their agents who included Daniel Defoe, the English author (and spy) now most famous for his novel Robinson Crusoe.. There is much to tug at the heartstrings of the Scots: a passionate poor Scottish bard, perfidious Englishmen, cynical aristocrats, plenty of sex and almost as much whisky as rain. Having opened just months before Scotland votes whether to regain its independence, the play has received mixed reviews, which its director, Mark Thomson, described as “up and down, from cardiac arrest and back.” He staged it now, he said, “as a political act, to confront Scotland with itself.” Barrow says he will vote for Scottish indeTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS pendence on Sept. 18. Thomson calls himself “one of the great unde- Scotland First Minister Alex Salmond, cided.” shown waiting to deliver a keynote

‘Aye’ or ‘Nae’ After each performance, there is an informal poll among the audience, with a late-night rush to vote in the ballot boxes set up in the foyer, asking whether the union 307 years ago had been a good idea — “Aye” or “Nae.” “Nae,” John Menzies decided, popping his theater ticket into the designated slot. “We should never have sold out our country in the first place, never,” said Menzies, a 46-year-old graphic designer. “Luckily, we will soon get a chance to set that right.” The votes for independence seemed to just

speech in western Belgium last month, is one of the principal movers behind the vote for independence from the United Kingdom. outnumber those against, reaching a little bit higher in the clear ballot boxes. But in real life, the balance is still the other way, with every poll so far giving the pro-union camp a clear, though shrinking, lead. Over the past six months, the momentum has shifted toward independence, but at least one-sixth of Scottish voters in recent polls have said they were undecided or refused to answer. TURN

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“Kay has been with Peninsula Housing Authority for over eight years, and we are confident that she will provide the leadership needed to keep us moving forward in the creation of more affordable housing in both Clallam and Jefferson counties,” said Norma Turner, chairwoman of the authority’s board of commissioners. The board appointed Kassinger. Kassinger previously served as the director of acquisition and development for the housing authority. She has been involved in projects for Burke Place and Peninsula Apartments in Forks, Wildwood Terrace Apartments and Maloney Heights in Port Angeles, and with more than 60 homes built by families through the self-help program.

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Wine released SEQUIM — Wind Rose Cellars has released its new Harvest Moon cabernet sauvignon. Owner and vintner David Volmut said the winery will donate to the North Olympic Land Trust 15 percent of the proceeds from each bottle sold. The Washington-grown grapes for the Harvest Moon were pressed in Sequim on the harvest moon of 2012 and bottled one year later on the 2013 harvest moon. Harvest Moon is available by the bottle or glass at Wind Rose Cellars’ tasting room, 143 Washington St., or from www.windrose cellars.com.

D.C. guardianship SEQUIM — Mindi R. Blanchard of Bridge Builders Ltd., 305 S. Sequim Ave., will present “Guardian Qualifications: A Journey, Not a Destination” at the World Congress on Adult Guardianship. The event, set May 28-30 in the Washington, D.C., area, will include 120 speakers from 21 countries on adult guardianship issues. “The World Congress presents shared problems from new perspectives and offers ideas and solutions from multiple viewpoints, cultures and guardianship systems,” said Blanchard. Blanchard founded Bridge Builders Ltd., a guardianship agency, in 2003. For more information, phone Blanchard at 360683-8334, email mind@

To qualify for the November ballot, they would have to submit more than 246,000 signatures by July 3. Washington’s current tax of $3.03 per pack is already one of the highest in the nation. Backers estimate the tax increase could generate up to $1 billion over a decade.

Tail assembly TACOMA — The Boeing factory at Frederickson near Tacoma that builds tails for 777s and 787s also will build the carbon-fiber tail for the new 777X. Site manager Dave Moe confirmed the work last week. About 750 employees work at the Composite Manufacture Center. Boeing is building a new building in Everett where a new composite wing for the 777X will be made. Boeing committed to assembling the 777X in Everett in January after winning concessions from the Machinists union.

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KONP talk guests PORT ANGELES — Here is this week’s schedule for the 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk show segment on KONP radio, at 1450 AM, 101.7 FM and www.konp.com on the Internet outside the Port Angeles area. Station General Manager Todd Ortloff hosts the Monday through Thursday segments. This week’s scheduled lineup: ■ Monday: To be announced. ■ Tuesday: Jayne Pryne, Port Angeles School District superintendent; Kelly Pearson, business and operations director; and Nolan Duce, maintenance director, will discuss district facilities, the bond, the maintenance-and-operations levy, the budget and the Fairview School sale. ■ Wednesday: Preempted by the Seattle Mariners baseball game. ■ Thursday: Port Angeles City Manager Dan McKeen.

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historical Olympia Beer brewhouse on the Deschutes River may have a future that’s a lot like its past: brewing beer. A partnership of economic and education organizations, including the Port of Olympia and Washington State University Extension, announced plans to transform the property into an incubator for small-craft brewers and distillers. If successful, it would promote economic activity and preserve the brewhouse that was part of the Olympia Brewery, which closed in 2003 after nearly a century of making beer.

Anti-smoking drive SEATTLE — Former Gov. Chris Gregoire is leading an initiative campaign that may ask Washington voters next fall to raise the cigarette tax by $1 a pack to pay for cancer research and prevention. Gregoire, a breast-cancer survivor who negotiated a national settlement with tobacco companies as state attorney general in 1998, is chairing the campaign for Initiative 1356. Supporters will decide within a couple of weeks whether to push the measure this year, spokesman Sandeep Kaushik said.

BLAINE — Leaders of Blaine are weighing whether to change the border city’s name by adding “Harbor” to it. It is the second time in 15 years that Blaine is considering becoming “Blaine Harbor.” Backers of the name change say adding harbor would highlight Blaine’s seaside beauty and help boost economic development by attracting tourists and businesses. Detractors are dubious of claims of increased tourism, adding that if the name is changed, it should be Drayton Harbor because cities with “harbor” in their name reflect the body of water they’re on. Blaine is on Drayton Harbor. The Blaine City Council has until August to decide whether voters will decide the name change in November. In 2000, voters defeated the “Blaine Harbor” name 57 percent to 43 percent.

Flying fish SEATTLE — The summer cookout season is heralded each spring by the arrival of the first Copper River salmon from Alaska. An Alaska Air Cargo plane from Cordova touched down Friday morning, and the pilots emerged with a 48-pound

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PORT ANGELES — Attorneys Deborah Nelson and Jeffrey Boyd are 2014 “Washington Super Lawyers.” They join about 5 percent of the lawyers in the state given that title after evaluations by a research team at Super Lawyers, a service of the Thomson Reuters Legal Division in Eagan, Minn. In 2003, Nelson, a Sequim resident, was the first lawyer on the North Olympic Peninsula to receive the “super lawyer” title. She has repeated every year since 2003. She is a past president of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (now the Washington State Association for Justice) and a past president of the Council of Presidents of the American Association for Justice. She is a speaker and author on insurance issues. Boyd is a member of the board of governors of the Washington State Association for Justice. He is licensed to practice law in both Ohio and Washington state. He also is a national trial consultant and owner of Boyd Trial Consulting. Boyd and Nelson have offices in Port Angeles and Seattle. king salmon. They carried it down a red carpet and delivered it to three chefs for a ceremonial cookoff at SeattleTacoma International Airport. The plane carried 24,100 pounds of salmon that were caught Thursday when the commercial gillnet season opened in Prince William Sound. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game estimated the seasonal harvest at 1.6 million Copper River sockeyes, 22,000 kings and 280,000 pinks.

auto club AAA, which Friday said it expects a total of 36.1 million people to travel 50 miles or more. If that estimate holds true, it would be the largest amount of people traveling during the holiday weekend since 2005. The improving job market and a rise in disposable income are fueling the increase in holiday travel plans, AAA found in its annual survey. The desire to get out of the house after a cold winter is another strong incentive to hit the road, it said.

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Gold for June delivery fell 20 cents to settle at $1,293.40 an ounce Friday. July silver lost 15.5 cents, or 0.8 percent, to close at $19.33 an ounce. Peninsula Daily News and The Associated Press

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ATLANTA — Federal health officials have recommended that hundreds of thousands of Americans at risk for AIDS take a daily pill that has been shown to prevent infection with the virus that causes it. If broadly followed, the advice could transform AIDS prevention in the United States — from reliance on condoms, which are effective but unpopular with many men, to a regimen that relies on an antiretroviral drug. It would mean a 50-fold increase in the number of prescriptions for the drug, Truvada — to 500,000 a year from fewer than 10,000. The drug costs $13,000 a year, and most insurers

already cover it. The guidelines tell doctors to consider the drug regimen, called PrEP, for pre-exposure prophylaxis, for gay men who have sex without condoms; heterosexuals with highrisk partners such as drug injectors or male bisexuals who have unprotected sex; patients who regularly have sex with anyone they know is infected; and anyone who shares needles or injects drugs.

Rising infections Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have long been frustrated that the number of HIV infections in the United States has barely changed in a decade, stubbornly holding at 50,000 a

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Assembly required — at the boatyard ARMSTRONG MARINE, THE aluminum-boat manufacturer whose headquarters are just off U.S. Highway 101 midway between Port Angeles and Sequim, attached the wheelhouse and passenger compartment to a 39-foot catamaran hull Thursday morning at the Port Angeles Boat Yard. It was necessary to transport the aluminum boat in two pieces to the boatyard for assembly because the completed vessel is too large to haul down the highway and city streets to the water. She’s scheduled for launch in early June for sea trials. Once the trials are completed, she will be shipped to American Samoa, where she will be used as a passenger ferry between Ofu and Ta’u islands in the Manu’a Islands group. I understand the ferry will hold about 40 passengers and be powered by four 225-horsepower Mercury outboard motors.

Fireboat tender I visited Lee Shore Boats’ facility west of Port Angeles recently and spoke with Joe Beck, who’s involved in sales and design for the company. He showed me a 16-foot tender with a foam collar Lee Shore had just completed for a fireboat that

ON THE WATERFRONT Foss Maritime Sellars is building at its Seattle shipyard for the Port of Long Beach, Calif. Joe said Lee Shore personnel will build a cradle that will be affixed to the deck of the fireboat into which the tender will be placed.

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pany was more than happy to oblige. The vessel weighs roughly 25,000 pounds and cuts through the water at an impressive 40 knots, well in excess of the 32 knots that was anticipated at the design stage. Joe went on to say that Joe Schmitt, a local boat captain, drove the boat to Deception Pass. Joe Beck said he sticks to road maps and leaves navigation charts to the experts.

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Platypus Marine, the full-service shipyard, yacht-repair facility and steel-boat manufacturer on Marine Drive in Port Demonstration rides Angeles, hauled out Molly Ann on Monday. Joe added that in the She is an 82-foot comnear future, Foss Maritime mercial fishing vessel that will send a truck to pick was built in 1980 by Texas up the cradle and tender, True Trawlers in Brownstake them to its Seattle shipyard and install them ville, Texas, and launched as Texas III. on the fireboat. Brad Hale, who works On Friday, Lee Shore in Platypus’ sales and Boats took one of its marketing department, 46-foot aluminum monosaid the boat was getting a hull work boats that the company built for a South “shave and a haircut” — American corporation to a meaning that the bottom rendezvous near Deception was getting a cleaning and fresh coat of paint. Pass — between Whidbey Personnel also modiand Fidalgo islands — fied the rudder to improve that was sponsored by steerage. Hamilton Jet Drives. Molly Ann went back Joe said Lee Shore was into the water Friday. asked to bring the boat to Platypus also has a the gathering to offer demonstration rides, which Joe 33-foot SAFE boat — said the Port Angeles com- SAFE stands for Secure All-around Flotation Equipped — in one of its outlying satellite buildings. She is one of eight such vessels that are used by the Navy as police boats throughout Puget Sound. Brad said that for the next couple of months, each of the police boats will pass through Platypus’ plant, and personnel will install an environmental control unit on each one. Environmental control unit, in non-governmental jargon, is a ducted heating system.

Lee Shore Boats in Port Angeles is building this 16-foot tender for a new fireboat under construction in Seattle.

The 82-foot commercial trawler Molly Ann sits in the Platypus Marine yard inside the Marine TraveLift that hoisted her out of the water.

Merchant mariner Capt. Duane Madinger, a professional merchant mariner who has lived in Port Townsend since 1985, will be the featured speaker at the Point Wilson Sail and Power Squadron meeting at the Port

Armstrong Marine personnel attach the wheelhouse and passenger compartment to a new 39-foot double-hull aluminum boat at the Port Angeles Boat Yard. Top photo, the apparatus is lifted before Jeremy Cornelson, second photo, guides it into place on the hull. At right, the assembled vessel, which will become a small ferry in American Samoa. DAVID G. SELLARS (6)/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Townsend Yacht Club on Washington Street. The meeting will be held Tuesday starting at 7 p.m. Madinger will chronicle life in the Merchant Marine with a slide show describing a typical ocean voyage on a supertanker from Portland, Ore., to the

This is one of the Navy SAFE boats that are undergoing installation of a ducted heating system at Platypus Marine Inc. in Port Angeles.

Gulf of Mexico. He will describe the crew and the ship as it crosses the Equator, rounds Cape Horn and visits a tropical island. Point Wilson Sail and Power Squadron, the Port Townsend branch of the nationwide U.S. Power Squadrons, is an informal group of sailors, rowers, paddlers, fishermen and cruisers dedicated to providing public boating education, improving boating skills and enjoying social activities. Members of the public are invited to bring a dish and attend the monthly potluck at 6 p.m. before Madinger’s presentation. The program is free and open to everyone. For more information, phone Paul Snider at 360891-5268.

Repair and fueling Tesoro Petroleum on Tuesday bunkered the

K-Sea-owned articulated tug and barge Dublin Sea when the pusher tug was moored to the Port of Port Angeles Terminal 1 with her barge, DBL 185. I understand that the barge needed to have a ballast pump replaced, which Vigor Industries, the topside ship-repair company with two locations on the Port Angeles waterfront, was called upon to do.

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GAP YEAR. There is no rule saying that every 18-year-old has to go straight from high school to college. Military service comes with many financial benefits. Other high school graduates live at home for a year and work as many hours as they can to save money for college. Even if they only bank $10,000 in 12 months, that money represents loans they won’t have to take out later. Meanwhile, older students tend to get better grades than 18-year-olds sprung loose from home for the first time. A year of experience may also help with other jobs later.

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NEW YORK — If you go to work for a newer business, there’s a good chance you’ll be working for a woman. Women are starting companies at a torrid pace. Between 1997 and 2014, the number of womenowned businesses in the U.S. rose by 68 percent, twice the growth rate for men and nearly 1½ times the rate for all companies, according to an American Express analysis of Census Bureau figures. They are starting an estimated 1,288 companies each day, up from 602 in 2011-12, American Express said. “Women are becoming more aware of the opportunities for entrepreneurship in their lives. It’s becoming more of an option for a career move than it ever has been in the past,” said Susan Duffy, executive director of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson College in Massachusetts. The number of new businesses started by women and men has increased in part because of the difficult job market since the recession. But the numbers of women business owners will keep rising as interest in entrepreneurship grows and younger women look to famous women as their role models, Duffy said.

Noted inspirations Some of those inspirations: Oprah Winfrey, designers Tory Burch and Diane Von Furstenberg, and Weili Dai, co-founder of chip maker Marvell Technology. The current head of the Small Business Administration, Maria ContrerasSweet, and her predecessor, Karen Mills, have both been business owners.

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Consuelo Gomez of the facilities management company “Marty K” works in her office in Bellevue. Between 1997 and 2014, the number of women-owned businesses in the U.S. rose by 68 percent, compared with a 47 percent increase for all companies. “More women are seeing themselves out there in their heroes in the business world. They’re saying, ‘This is fabulous, I want to be like her,’” Duffy said. Their role models also include less prominent successful women in business. One of Summer Scarbrough’s inspirations has been her mother, Elizabeth, a former executive with a medical devices company. The Scarbroughs own VinniBag, a seller of travel bags for wine and other bottles. “I knew from a very young age that she was one of the only women in her company at that level,” says Scarbrough, whose 5-year-old company is based in Ventura, Calif.

Being a woman business owner is no longer as novel or unusual as it was decades ago. “I know a lot of women who are starting things as well,” Scarbrough said.

Numerous resources The growing number of resources for women business owners, including the SBA-sponsored Women’s Business Centers and women’s business organizations are also encouraging women to start companies, according to Duffy. But women owners aren’t carbon copies of men. They tend to be more optimistic than their male counterparts, according to a survey released last week by Bank of America.

Seventy percent of the women owners surveyed expect their revenue to rise over the next year, compared with 66 percent of men. Fifty-six percent of women plan to hire in the next year, compared with 50 percent of men. And 68 percent of women plan to expand their companies; 63 percent of men have such plans. The survey also found women owners may face different challenges than men. Twenty-nine percent said they feel they have less access to money than men, and 32 percent said they have less access to new business opportunities. A woman entrepreneur

is most likely to start a company that provides educational services, administrative or waste management services or is involved in the arts, entertainment or recreation, the AmEx survey said.

Minority-owned And nearly one in three women-owned companies is owned by a minority. The number of businesses owned by minority women has climbed to 2.9 million this year from just under 930,000 in 1997, a 215 percent increase. During that time, the number of companies owned by minority men has more than doubled to nearly 3.7 million from 1.7 million.

Roundup: Side effects Entangled whale CONTINUED FROM A11 impact on their bottom lines. Before the Affordable Insurers zero in Care Act, also known as on diabetics “Obamacare,” some diabetics struggled to find insurMIAMI — As hundreds ance because of their preof thousands of diabetics existing condition. But the new law no longet health coverage under the federal law, insurance ger allows companies to companies are aggressively refuse them or charge more, targeting this glut of new making early intervention patients, who are expensive even more critical. to treat and often lax in taking medications and follow- Type 2 diabetes ing their diet. About 60 percent or so Insurers are calling dia- people with Type 2 diabetes betics when they don’t pick can keep side effects at bay up prescriptions or miss by simply managing sugar appointments. levels, exercising and They are arranging watching their weight, said transportation to get them Dr. Sam Nussbaum, a forto the doctor’s office and mer endocrinologist at Harsome are even sending vard’s Massachusetts Gennurses on house calls in an eral Hospital and an execueffort to avoid costly compli- tive vice president for the cations that will have big insurer WellPoint.

On the flip side, if the disease is ignored, it can lead to multiple, severe complications. It’s the leading cause of heart disease, strokes, kidney failure and vision loss. A relatively healthy person with diabetes can cost insurers around $5,000 a year. “But if you let any of those long-term, difficult complications develop, then you’re talking $100,000 dollars plus,” Nussbaum said. About 26 million Americans have diabetes, and two-thirds of them are overweight or obese. Approximately 8 percent of Americans are estimated to have the disease, and insurers anticipate at least that percentage of the 7.5 million people now insured under the federal law will have diabetes.

freed in California THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MONTEREY, Calif. — Marine biologists have managed to free a humpback whale that had become entangled with a steel rope attached to a 300-pound crab trap. The whale was freed off the coast of Santa Barbara after it was found April 27 in Monterey Bay dragging the heavy fishing gear. Rescue efforts began April 28 when a team of marine biologists found the whale with blue steel rope around its tail and began working to cut it free. The heavy crab pot was preventing the whale from diving to feed. Peggy Stap of Moss Landing-based Marine Life Stud-

ies, one of the rescuers, told KSBW-TV that the rope was wrapped so tightly around the animal’s tail that the tail would have been severed, killing the whale, if the rope had not been removed. Strong winds and 10-foot seas in April forced the crew to shore before they could finish, but they were able to place a satellite tracker on the creature. On Thursday, the team caught back up with the whale and managed to cut the rope away completely. “The whale was absolutely exhausted and had been through so much. It had traveled 684 nautical miles since we found it in Monterey,” Stap said. She is confident that it will recover completely.

Independence: Referendum is binding CONTINUED FROM A10 an independent Scotland could not be allowed to use “If this referendum was the pound. Would an independent in five years’ time, it would be straightforward,” said Scotland be a member of Jean Urquhart, an indepen- the European Union? Use dent member of the Scot- the British pound? tish Parliament from the These questions, which Highlands and Islands who depend on the decisions of was in the audience. others, cannot be easily “As it is, it will probably answered. be very close.” Urquhart, an advocate of English counterpoint independence, was elected With the polls tightenas a longtime member of the governing Scottish ing, the former Labour National Party but, as a prime minister Gordon supporter of nuclear disar- Brown spoke in Glasgow mament, left the party in last month in defense of the October when it reversed union, arguing Scotland is its policy and chose to better off economically remain a member of NATO. inside the United Kingdom, Such shifts have caused especially in terms of pensome doubts about Scottish sions and social welfare. Sowing doubt about the independence, too, with the party also advocating use of strength and viability of an Scotland’s the British pound after independent independence instead of the economy is at the center euro, despite statements by of the anti-independence all the British parties that campaign, known as “Bet-

ter Together.” But the “no” campaign against independence emphasizes the negative, and the sense that the English are patronizing the Scots as ineffectual and incompetent also feeds the independence campaign, stirring indignation. The referendum, open to anyone registered to vote, is binding and need pass by only one vote. Bookstores feature volumes on Scottish culture and history, community centers are planning summer history classes, and seemingly every segment of society has its own campaign for independence, many supported by the well-organized Scottish National Party, led by Alex Salmond. There are “yes” groups for pro-independence mothers, students, seniors, small businesses, lesbians, gays

and bisexuals — even for taxi drivers (“Cabbies for Yes”). Malcolm Fraser, an Edinburgh architect and fervent believer in independence, is on the board of the Radical Independence Campaign. “The way forward is to be small, vigorous, independent and trade with everyone,” he said. He puts his faith in “a very sophisticated electorate” in what he calls, happily, “a mongrel nation.” People have become afraid of the passions stirred by the debate, but Fraser said they should not be afraid of that. Britain is undergoing “an inevitable unraveling of empire.” It was time Scotland became “a bit more Danish,” saying goodbye to England’s more right-wing politics, he said. The pro-union campaign

has pulled its own stunts, one of them a plea from singer David Bowie, who has some Scottish ancestry. “Scotland, stay with us!” was his message to the Brit Awards ceremony in February.

David Bowie’s role Bowie could not attend the ceremony but asked the model Kate Moss, who was dressed as his alter ego Ziggy Stardust, to deliver his speech. British Prime Minister David Cameron, who was watching the ceremony live on television, said he had let out “a little cry of joy” upon hearing Bowie’s message, though not everyone was impressed. Bowie soon found his Twitter and Facebook pages flooded with vitriol and comments like, “Go back to Mars.”

COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Few employers and graduate schools care where you started. So if there is a good community college nearby, living at home and starting college there may be a good idea. Just be strategic about it from day one and figure out what you need to do to transfer to a top four-year school with your credits intact.

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LACK OF ASSETS AS ASSET. Not every teenager can write well about what it’s like to have less or what they’ve learned from hard work. Those who can, however, may set themselves apart when writing college admissions essays. We ran a few essays like that in The New York Times last year and we’ve run more this spring. I read about Meadow Rue Merrill’s son setting off for his college visits with a tent, a pair of good pants and Easter eggs for snacks and desperately wanted to read the application essay about that trip. I defy any admissions or financial aid counselor not to root intensely for a student like that.

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DEBT. Your child will probably need to borrow money to pay for college. You may decide to as well, depending on your priorities. But if the student needs to borrow more than the maximum amount that the federal student loan program allows each year, then it’s probably too much. Once students start borrowing from banks in addition to the government, the debt from the private lender isn’t eligible for the federal income-based repayment program. That option can keep people out of financial trouble if they’re having problems affording their federal student loan payments. With parents, it’s trickier. The federal government will lend you whatever you need to pay for college costs if you pass a basic credit check. Whether you should borrow, however, depends on how many children you have, how much money you’ll need to retire and how long you can keep working, among other things. If you think there’s a chance you’ll become a financial burden to your adult child later, then taking on a lot of new debt is probably not wise.

Intensely emotional This is all intensely emotional. Your offspring are being judged by strangers, you’re not sure how you’re going to pay for it all, and the kids are becoming adults. Cry all you want; I know I will. But don’t shed a tear over your savings-account balance. Cry out of pride that you’ve raised children who will know how to take advantage of everything that college has to offer, no matter where they end up.


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The toxic brew in our yards The chemicals we’re pouring on the ground affect our water — and cause cancer BY DIANE LEWIS

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N MUCH OF THE COUNTRY, IT’S time to go outside, clean up the ravages of winter and start planting. Many of us will be using chemicals like glyphosate, carbaryl, malathion and 2,4-D. But they can end up in drinking water, and in some cases these compounds or their breakdown products are linked to an increased risk for cancer and hormonal disruption. Some of those chemicals are also used by farmworkers, and there Lewis is a growing recognition that they can be hazardous. The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing regulations that will limit farmworkers’ exposure to dangerous pesticides and is accepting comments on these changes through June 17. These new rules are meant to reduce the incidence of diseases associated with pesticide exposure, including non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, prostate cancer, Parkinson’s disease and lung cancer. Homeowners who use these toxins on their yards and gardens are exposing themselves to the same risks. They aren’t necessary. We don’t need them to have pleasant environments. Together we can make a substantial improvement in our water quality simply by refraining from using synthetic pesticides, weedkillers and fertilizers on a routine basis. Occasional localized use to deal with an otherwise uncontainable infestation, or to deal mindfully with an invasive species, is not the problem, but routine, frequent and widespread use is.

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HE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE Service says homeowners use up to 10 times more chemicals per acre than farmers do. Some of these chemicals rub off on children or pets, but most are washed with rainwater into our streams, lakes and rivers or are absorbed into our groundwater.

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These are the sources of our drinking water, and tests show these chemicals are indeed contaminat■ Do you add ing our water supchemicals, ply. fertilizers and A study by the U.S. Geological Sur- other substances vey released in 1999 to guarantee a green lawn? Take found at least one today’s Peninsula pesticide — and often more than one Poll at peninsula dailynews.com. — in almost every stream and fish sample tested, and in about half of the samples drawn from wells throughout the country. These pesticides are going from our lawns and gardens into our drinking water and into our bodies. The amounts of these chemicals are small and often considered “acceptable,” but scientists now know that they have a cumulative effect. Many chemicals that we use very casually on our lawns cause long-term health problems in ways that have only recently been understood. They “disrupt,” or throw out of whack, the endocrine system, made up of glands and hormones that control almost every aspect of our bodies’ functions. In 2009, the Endocrine Society, a group of doctors, researchers and educators who specialize in diseases related to the hormonal system, published a scientific statement based on 485 citations from research papers showing growing evidence that there are significant health threats caused by endocrine-disrupting substances in our environment. In terms of scientific research, 2009 is

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relatively recent. Epidemiologic studies take decades, and developing a battery of reliable laboratory tests also takes many years. This means that there are more studies implicating older chemicals, many of which are no longer sold because of known toxicities. But many scientists expect similar chemicals now in widespread use to cause the same problems.

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NDOCRINE DISRUPTERS ARE linked to an increased risk for breast and prostate cancer, thyroid abnormalities and infertility. The Endocrine Society paper and others also present evidence that links exposure to chemical contaminants to diabetes and obesity. These chemicals are not safe just because they are available in stores. Regulations governing the sale of chemicals do not reflect this new scientific information because scientists are only now working on standardized tests both in laboratory animals and cell cultures to evaluate whether a chemical disrupts the hormonal system, and if so, at what level. What we put on our lawns and down our drains winds up in our drinking water, and it is not removed by water treatment. Bottled water is not a solution because it comes from the same sources and is susceptible to the same contaminants. But if we don’t put these chemicals in our yards, they won’t be in our drinking water. In the past decade or so, plenty of homeowners have been rejecting the emerald-green lawn and planting with species that do not demand chemicals and constant watering. But not nearly enough of us have taken

that step. We need to see a perfect lawn not as enviable, but a sign of harm. Natural care of our yards and gardens is surprisingly easy. Increasing diversity in a lawn by adding clover helps supply nutrition naturally because clover fixes nitrogen from the air and makes it available to other plants. Leaving grass clippings not only returns nitrogen to the lawn, but also prevents it from drying out. Letting grass grow to 4 inches allows the roots to grow long so the grass can absorb more water and excess nutrients during a storm, and withstand a drought.

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LANTS THAT ARE NATIVE TO your region require less water and care and support animals and wildlife, so you will see more birds and butterflies. In my yard in New York, native Annabelle hydrangeas, echinacea and bee balm take almost no care, are beautiful and provide nectar for bees and butterflies. American elderberry, Carolina rose and bayberry are resilient, attractive shrubs that also support our local wildlife. Bats can live under the loose bark of our shagbark hickory, and oaks support woodpeckers, deer, mice and birds. We have learned to appreciate clover and dandelions because they supply sustenance to endangered monarch butterflies until milkweed blooms later in the season. This is a surprisingly easy way to leave cleaner water and a healthier population.

________ Diane Lewis, M.D., is a physician and founder of the Great Healthy Yard Project [www.tghyp.com]. Her essay originally appeared in The New York Times.

What’s your idea of a perfect day on the North Olympic Peninsula?

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Homemaker Port Angeles

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Deli clerk Port Angeles

Clerk Port Townsend

Foster-parent trainer Port Angeles

“Getting paid to go fishing in the lake, river or ocean. I work a lot, and fishing is the perfect way to relax. The ideal would be to be paid to have fun. Fishing is relaxing and enjoyable.”

“A family day out at East Beach on Lake Crescent or on Ediz Hook. I love to hear my kids squealing and having fun. We love beaches. The view is always fantastic, and it’s so peaceful.”

“Sitting at the North Pond on the Bogachiel River fishing for steelhead or salmon. It’s a wellknown place, and all my ancestors have fished there. It’s gorgeous there, and eagles fly by, too.”

Wooden kayak builder/musician Port Townsend

“Spending time with my family and in my lovely house uptown, then going out at night and playing with my band in one of the local clubs.”

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“Having my girlfriend with me “Seventy-five “Spending the “Sitting out on on a sunny day degrees and no day at Fort my deck with going on a hike or clouds while Worden with my fresh quiche and a to the beach. chilling out on a 10-month-old cup of coffee with Listening to boat on Lake daughter. From my wife and country music Crescent with there, you can see friends. I think buddies. I love to all the mountains we’ve the perfect with the windows rolled down and go wakeboarding. and the water.” climate here. I turned way up, It’s all fun with look out at and on a day I’m friends and family. beautiful scenery I was there with squirrels and not working.” recently and got birds.” some sun.” INTERVIEWS

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Peninsula Voices Our council members are not asking the right Four months after an questions. across-the-board utility Perhaps a different rate increase, our [Port approach at the landfill is Angeles] City Council is needed. considering further Didn’t the state approve increases. all of the work and issue What’s wrong with this permits over many years picture? at our landfill? The city has paid an It signed off that we outside firm to do a cost-ofservice analysis to help the were doing everything council determine what the right. Doesn’t it share responutility rates really should sibility for what is happenbe. ing now and the cost of fixAny real surprise in ing the problem? Have we what they are suggesting? exhausted all of the availWe need to do someable help from state and thing different or the city will just simply be sending federal government here? Perhaps our elected offiout bills none of us can pay. cials need to help us here. Perhaps we could learn It is an election year. something from a utility Let’s invite our green govthat has lower rates. Wenatchee’s utility base ernor up for a visit, take him on a tour, show him rates are 80 percent less what’s going to happen and than Port Angeles’; garbage see whether he can help rates 40 percent less; water with some more money rates 50 percent less and from the state. sewer rates almost half. And if he can’t, perhaps They have had their we should consider the environmental issues, too. courts. Let’s ask some of their Todd Holm, city officials to look at our Port Angeles utility accounts and tell us what they think. I bet they don’t pave an Declining town alley and then charge it to My heart aches for my the sewer account as we town. Empty storefronts have done in Port Angeles. make my heart sad.

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FDR walking RARE FILM FOOTAGE featuring President Franklin D. Roosevelt walking to his seat at a baseball game helps dispel the myth that he completely hid his disability and shows the courage it took to go about his daily life. The clip — you can see it online at http:// tinyurl.com/pdn-fdrwalk — shows FDR, who was paralyzed from the waist However, those businesses in the downtown are filled with wonderful people who care and appreciate their customers. We have been here for 50 years, and we know our people. The sadness comes over the fact that Esprit seems to be the only convention that comes to Port Angeles. I guess the others that support good works, care for the kids, support for their school and support for their communities do not come any longer. According to our Penin-

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down by polio in 1921, grasping a rail with one hand while being supported on the other side by an assistant. “Here is FDR going to a stadium full of people,” said Bob Clark, deputy director of FDR’s Presidential Library and Museum. “Even the simple act of going to a baseball game required a great deal of logistics and preparation.” The Associated Press sula Daily News, Esprit seems to be the only one who gets press support with long articles and photos. We care for Esprit as a community should. We are all God’s people, living together in this complicated world. However, there should be other conventions coming. One convention alone cannot support our community the way it should be supported. If there are others, let’s give them and their cause equal time. Sonja Wahto, Port Angeles

Film clip image shows President Franklin D. Roosevelt, right, escorted to his baseball-stadium seat.

Here’s your change Progress? Don’t you just hate it when the cashier hands you the receipt, coupons, coins and paper bills in a big lump? What does he or she expect you do with it? Immediately stuff the wad in your pocket or purse? The cashier obviously is trying to serve the next customer a few seconds faster. He or she has your money and wants to

proceed so quickly that the cashier often forgets to say those magic words: “Thank you!” It would be more honest if he or she just said: “Move it!” By the way, aren’t those receipts just lovely? You know the ones I’m talking about. They are as long as a roll of toilet paper and start fading immediately. That really comes in handy if you ever have to go to the return desk. It won’t accept blank pieces of paper. The new cost-saving self-checkout lanes give us the privilege of dealing directly with a computer and the opportunity to bag our own groceries. They do spit out the receipt, paper bills and coins separately. I like that. Occasionally, I extract my revenge for their excessive cost-cutting by inserting all my accumulated pennies into the machine. That really feels good. Joe J. Martin, Sequim

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A HUGE PLEASE SEND COMMENTS on topics in the news — RAVE to the wonincluding local government land-use decisions and transgenderderful lady who picked up two related issues — as signed letters to Peninsula Voices (see “Have soaked bicyclists and our bikes Your Say” on the opposite page). along Cays Road [Dungeness ValAnd customer complaints aimed at specific businesses need ley] during a heavy downpour of to be taken up directly with the businesses themselves. rain, hail and lightning and drove us over 5 miles back to our truck. ful float in the May 10 parade in Rant of Sequim. We can’t thank her enough. the Week

TO THE COMPLAINER of the weather report: Why would you want to stifle imagination and creativity? Accurate weather reports do not exist. Simply look out your window and expect changes throughout the day. A RANT TO the fuddy-duddy Whose head seems rather muddy, While trying to study the weather in the news. For the news is often bloody, The weather can be cruddy, so sorry to hear That poetry brings you the blues.

Please leave rude behavior and bad driving habits from whence you came. A RANT TO the four people at the Cellar Door in Port Townsend who spoke to one another so loudly and disturbed the patrons who were trying to listen to the musician performing.

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To participate, call our Rants & Raves hotline at 360-417-3506 (works 24 hours a day), email us at letters@peninsuladailynews. THE BIGGEST RAVE ever SHAME ON com or drop us a postcard, 305 for the Irrigation Festival and . . . and other Raves THOSE residents W. First St., Port Angeles, WA most especially the MAC tour of who in downtown Sequim BIG RANT TO the Sequim 98362. historical downtown Sequim. blocked off their streets with A HUGE RAVE to the person [Irrigation Festival] parade orgaKeep comments brief — 50 Even the showers couldn’t their illegal “No Parking” signs. who helped the injured gull on nizers. Same old, same old in the words or less. dull the great leader and his That is a public street, and they Front Street in Port Angeles. On voice messages, spell out delightful stories. Sure hope they chose to live on a main thorough- parade. It never changes. names for raves. fare. do it again next year. A RAVE TO North Olympic A BIG RANT to all the And, please, no libel, no Library System for the beautiful adults at the parade in Sequim responses to letters to the editor . . . and other Rants A RAVE FOR the weather poetry about nature along the who did not stand up when the or news stories; no personal American flag went by. Spruce Railroad Trail [Peninsula reports in the Peninsula Daily attacks on individuals or on News. We love the humor and it A RESPONSIVE RANT to Have you all forgotten what Profile, PDN, May 4]. Please businesses identified by name; makes our day, so keep it up. the rant about the weather foreour flag stands for? Stand up, all, no routine thank-you notes to leave it there. casts [Rants & Raves, May 11]. and men, take off your hats. your favorite restaurant, dryQuestion: What about them is RAVE FOR THE cleverly A RAVE FOR the Sequim cleaner, grandchild (we simply so hard to understand? RAVE AND RANT: Welcome written weather forecasts. I look [Irrigation Festival] parade this As the poet William Carlos back, Sequim part-time residents, don’t have enough room for year, which happened to be about forward to reading them each those); no inaccurate information Williams said: “It is difficult to visitors and other tourists. day. Keep them coming! one of the best I have seen since get the news from poems, yet We the full-timers have a few or unverified rumors; no calls for I’ve moved here. boycotts; no political men die miserably every day for reminders: RAVING ABOUT DAILY My only complaint: All the endorsements; no charity fund lack of what is found there.” Sequim is slow-paced. We weather forecasts: They make my military branches are shown Cheer up! enjoy conversing in the checkout appeals; no commercial pitches. except the U.S. Air Force and the day. They are a bright spot Also, only one rant or rave line and being friendly. (regardless of the forecast) in a U.S. Coast Guard. RANT TO LAST week’s ranter We stop completely at all four- per writer. world of news often filled with Don’t forget to tell us where of the weather descriptions: Lighten way stops, even when cops are nothing but bad news. THANK YOU, CITY of Puythings happen — Port Angeles, up; life is too short. Why not mix not watching. We wave with all it up with a little bit of humor? allup, for having the most beautiKeep it up! Chimacum, Sequim, etc. our fingers.


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STANWOOD — Neah Bay won the boys championship at the 1B BiDistrict meet at Stanwood High School. The Red Devils edged Mount Vernon Christian 105-101 for the team title. Crescent took fourth with 83 points and Clallam Bay was fifth with 71 points. Mount Vernon Christian ran away with the girls championship with 230.5 points. Clallam Bay finished second with 105.5 points, Crescent was fourth with 81 points and Neah Bay came in seventh with 22 points. The Bi-District meet consisted of teams from Districts 1 and 3. The Neah Bay boys claimed their title Friday with only seven athletes. Junior Elisha Winck won two events for the Red Devils and took second in another. Winck placed first in the long jump with a distance of 19 feet and 9.5 inches and the triple jump with a 40-05.25. He also was the runnerup in the 110-meter hurdles. Grayson Porter was Neah Bay’s other champion, winning the high jump with a 5-06. Porter also came in third in the discus. The top four finishers in each event move on to Thursday’s 1B Quad-District meet at Port Angeles High School. Senior Josiah Greene racked up three second-place finishes in the 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash and long jump. Auston Jimmicum took third in the 110 hurdles and fourth in the 300 hurdles, while Cameron Buzzell finished fourth in the 200 to qualify for Quad-District and was one spot away from also qualifying in the 100. Neah Bay’s two relay teams also qualified. The 4x100-meter relay team of Winck, Jericho McGimpsey, Buzzell and Greene took fourth as did the 4x400 team of Porter, Jimmicum, McGimpsey and Buzzell. “Overall, with the boys — and the girls, too — they’re a hard-working team,” Neah Bay coach Serena Elvrum said. “They set goals for themselves and try to beat their goals from previous meets . . . and want to keep advancing.” For the Neah Bay girls, won the shot put with a throw of 33-06.5 and placed third in the discus. Kayla Winck fell just short of qualifying with sixth-place finishes in the triple jump and the 100-meter dash.

Bruins take second The Clallam Bay girls followed up their North Olympic League championship with a second-place finish at the Bi-District meet. Molly McCoy won the 300 hurdles with a time of 51.27 and the high jump with a 4-06. Jennica Maines also qualified for Quad-District in the high jump. Clallam Bay had five more individual qualifiers in the running events and two relays. Marissa May took third in the 100, Atokena Abe was third in the 200, Inga Erickson was third in the 400, Kaylin Signor was fourth in the 1,600 and second in the 3,200. The Bruins’ 4x100 relay team of May, Mariah Lachester, Inga Erickson and Abe placed second, as did the 4x400 team of May, Chelsey Ritter, Erickson and McCoy. TURN

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Port Angeles’ Alicia Howell, center, finds herself surrounded by Sequim players during a rundown between second and third base in the third inning of the Wolves’ 8-5 win. Sequim players closing in included, from left, Tia Borum, Mary Lu Clift, Melissa Lewis and Shelby Lott.

Wolves win top seed Sequim defeats PA 8-5 in series’ rubber match BY LEE HORTON PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Oops. When Sequim’s Alexas Besand stepped to the plate with runners on first and third and no outs in the top of the fifth inning, Port Angeles’ plan was to walk the power-hitting senior. Instead, Besand hit a long three-run homer to right field that put the Wolves ahead 6-5

en route to an 8-5 win over the Roughriders in the district seeding tiebreaker at Dry Creek Elementary School on Friday. Sequim will be the Olympic League’s No. 1 seed at the West Central District tournament later this week and Port Angeles is the second seed. “We made a mistake to Alexas Besand. We were trying to walk her and we got one too close,” Riders coach Randy

Steinman said. “So, we need to work on our pitch-outs. “And good for her,” Steinman said of Besand. “She’s a senior and a heck of a ball player.” As Sequim’s clean-up hitter, Besand doesn’t get a lot of pitches to hit. So she has to savor those that venture near the strike zone. “Recently, I’ve been struggling with the outside pitch and so I knew that [Port Angeles pitcher] Nizhoni [Wheeler] was going to pitch me there,” Besand said. “So I just took advantage and I stuck my foot over and I hit it. “It’s kind of like a recurring event, whether it be me or some-

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Indiana, Miami set for rematch in Eastern finals BY BENJAMIN HOFFMAN THE NEW YORK TIMES

INDIANAPOLIS — It should not be surprising that the two top-seeded teams in the Eastern Conference advanced to the conference finals. Over the 82-game grind of the regular season, the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat demolished the rest of the conference, and each of their four meetings was billed as a conference final preview. But the Pacers began to wear out down the regular season’s final stretch, and the team’s famous chemistry vanished. Suddenly a team talked about as a championship contender was on the ropes in the first round of the playoffs against the lowly Atlanta Hawks. Reports of the Pacers’ demise, however, have proved to be exaggerated. Since falling behind by three games to two against the Hawks, the Pacers have gone 6-2 and reached the conference finals for the second consecutive season. The Heat’s path was far simpler: They demolished the Charlotte Bobcats in a four-game sweep (the only sweep of the

body else in the past, we hit a home run at PA when we need it.” Both teams took advantage of mistakes throughout the game. Sequim’s first run was scored by Olivia Kirsch, who reached in the first inning on a throwing error and later scored from second on a hit by Shelby Lott. Port Angeles’ four-run second inning started when Ashlee Reid reached on what was either an error or a bad call by the umpire when Wolves left fielder Melissa Lewis made a nice play to catch the blooper inches before it dropped for a hit.

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Indiana’s C.J. Watson, right, shoots over Miami’s Rashard Lewis, left, during the regular season. Now the question is whether the Pacers, looking a bit more ■ Miami and Indiana play like themselves, can muster the today on Ch. 4 at 12:30 p.m. intensity that has given the Heat fits over the last two seaplayoffs thus far), then easily sons. took care of the Nets in five games. TURN TO NBA/B3

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POULSBO — Sequim’s soccer season came to a close Saturday with a 3-1 loss to Sumner in the West Central District tournament at North Kitsap High School. Sequim’s Nick Baird connected with Thomas Winfield to give the Wolves a 1-0 lead in the 27th minute. “Winfield kicked it from the right side of just about the 18-yard box to the far post across the middle of the goal,” Sequim coach Dave Brasher said. The lead held up until seven minutes into the second half when Sumner equalized. After tying the score, the Spartans were boosted emotionally and began to take charge of play, according to Brasher. “We kind of dominated the first half ,then they started controlling the play after they scored the first goal,” Brasher said. “We battled them pretty tough.” Sumner took the lead in the 77th minute. TURN

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Golf PENINSULA GOLF CLUB Thursday Men’s Club Throw Out Three Worst Holes Gross: Larry Aillaud, 59; Tim Lusk, 61; Terry McCartney, 61. Net: Gary Murphy, 41; Bill Pampell, 45; Daryl Jensen, 46; Gary Reidel, 47; Gordon Thomson, 47; Dale Doran, 48; Perry Keeling, 48; Jerry Hendricks, 48. Team gross: Larry Aillaud and Brian Duncan, 69; Larry Aillaud and Bob Brodhun, 72. Team net: Bill Pampell and Dale Doran, 57; Gordon Thomson and Gene Middleton, 57; Bill Pampell and Andy Vanderweyden, 59; Daryl Jensen and Bernie Anselmo, 59; Gary Reidel and Buddy Fraser, 60; Dennis Ingram and David Henderson, 60. Merchants League — Week No. 4 Through Wednesday Team Points 1. Glass Services 64 2. Triggs Dental Lab No. 1 63 3. Briten’s Lawn Care 56.5 4. Amsan 56 5. D&K Painting 54 6. Fryer & Sons 50.5 7. Dream Team 43.5 8. Triggs Dental Lab No. 2 42 9. DeFrang Services 39.5 10. APS Electrical 37 11. Misfits 36 12. Laurel Lanes No. 2 31.5 13. Lakeside Industries 31 14. Peninsula College 29.5 15. Laurel Lanes No. 1 28 16. John L. Scott 27.5 17. Pepsi 24 18. Joshua’s 19 19. Elwood Allstate 17 Wednesday Division One (0 to 8 handicap) Gross: Rick Hoover, 35; Jim Jones, Jr., 37; Jack Heckman, 37. Net: Jay Kalla, 32; Jade Tisdale, 32; Terry McDonald, 34; Kui Solomon, 35; Kurt Anderson, 35; Tom Baerman, 35; Tony Dunscomb, 35; Randy Barber, 35; Mel Triggs, 35; Jimmy Bourget, 35. Division Two (9 to 13) Gross: Mike Robinson, 44; Ryan Fraser, 44. Net: Bobby Allis, 33; Chris Hoare, 33; Sue Barber, 34; Bill Berger, 34; Jacob Tweter, 35; Dennis Bourget, 36; Brian Shirley, 37; Ward Dunscomb, 37; Burt Senf, 37. Division Three (14 and up handicap) Gross: Luke Robinson, 44; Don Edgon, 47; Christy Brown, 47. Net: Bill Pieratt, 27; Tommy Mathres, 29; Scott Schwagler, 30; Lorio Oakes, 33; Mike Chapman, 34; Jon Gray, 34; Fred DeFrang, 34. Ladies Club Sub Par Any Three Holes 18 holes: Ruth Thomson, 59; Dolly Burnett, 63; Gloria Andrus, 63; Chris Anderson, 66; Linda Bruch, 67; Phillis Olson, 67. Chip In’s Hole No. 1: Chris Anderson. Hole No. 11: Gloria Andrus. Hole No. 7: Duffey DeFrang. Tuesday Men’s Club Better Nine Gross: Mike DuPuis, 34; Bob Brodhun, 35; Buddy Fraser, 35. Net: Ray Santiago, 30; Rudy Arruda, 30.5; Bart Irwin, 30.5; Larry Aillaud, 31; Ray Dooley, 31; Bob Reidel, 31; Gordon Thomson, 31; Kui Solomon, 31. Team gross: Mike DuPuis and Rob Botero, 65; Mike DuPuis and Greg Senf, 65. Team net: Ray Dooley and Ray Santiago, 53; Ray Dooley and Daryl Jensen, 54; Larry Aillaud and Steve Main, 55; Ray Dooley and Bernie Anselmo, 56; Gary McLaughlin and Ray Santiago, 56; Gene Norton and Gordon Thomson, 56. CEDARS AT DUNGENESS Merchant League Standings through Thursday Team Points 1. Double Eagle 15.5 2. Mischmidt 14.5 3. Stymie’s Bar and Grille 13.0 4. America’s Finest 12.5 5. Skyridge Golf Club 12.0 6. Sequim Plumbing 12.0 7. Windermere Sequim East 11.5 8. Ultimate Pain Fighter 11.0 9. Jamestwon Aces 9.5 10. AM Systems 8.5 11. Dungeness Golf Shop 7.5 12. Eric’s RV Performance Center 7.5 13. Mulligans 5.0 14. BYE 0.0 Thursday Stymie’s Bar and Grille, 7.5, AM Systems, 2.5 Ultimate Pain Fighter, 10, Bye,0 Windermere Sequim East, 7.5, America’s Fin-

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Bowling LAUREL LANES Wednesday Spring Classic No. 2 Men’s high game: Rob Sanders, 221; men’s high series: Rob Sanders, 638. Women’s high game: Debbie Nickles, 204; women’s high series: Debbie Nickles, 568. Monday Spring Classic Men’s high game: Mark Hasbrouk, 209; men’s high series: Jay Cameron, 569. Women’s high game: Dawn Barrett, 168; women’s high series: Dawn Barrett, 476. Leading team: Pin Busters. SEQUIM OLYMPIC LANES Thursday, May 8 Thursday 9-Pin No-Tap Men’s high game: Bud, 201. Men’s high series: Gunter Kessler, 432. Wednesday, May 7 Spring Classic Men’s high game: Eric Fetterman, 214; men’s high series: Eric Fetterman, 600. Women’s high game: Catherine Woodahl, 199; women’s high series: Catherine Woodahl, 510. Thursday, May 1 Thursday 9-Pin No-Tap Men’s high game: Travis Darting, 256. Women’s high series: Cathy Woodahl, 585. Wednesday, April 30 First Federal Snipers Men’s high game: Jay Cameron, 196; men’s high series: Jay Cameron, 560. Women’s high game: Chris Getchman, 148; women’s high series: Dona Eby, 384. Leading team: Muzzle Loaders.

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Forks third baseman Emily Klahn, left, awaits the throw before applying the tag during the second game of a doubleheader with Hoquiam. The Grizzlies took both games of the doubleheader by scores of 15-0 and 9-1. est, 2.5 Double Eagle, 6.5, Skyridge Golf Club, 3.5. Sequim Plumbing, 7, Dungeness Golf Shop, 3 Eric’s RV Performance Center, 6, Mulligans, 4 Mischmidt, 5.5, Jamestown Aces, 4.5 Low handicap division Gross: Sid Krumpe, 35; Rick Hoover, 36; Gary Kettel, 37; Bill Shea, 38. Net: Robert Bourns, 33; Kurt Anderson, 33; Rob Wright, 34; Ray Ballentyne, 34. Closest to pin No. 4 Low handicap division: Josh Francis, 8 ft. 10 in. High handicap division: Eric Davis, 17 ft. 10 in. High handicap division Gross: Pete Nesse, 43; Tim Bittner, 43; Bill Henderson, 45; Matt Warren, 45. Net: Randy Beckman, 33; Vince Stackhouse, 33; Chris Domingues, 33; Steve Brown, 34; Dennise Kettel, 34. Closest to pin No. 8 Low handicap division: Ron Sather, Ace. High handicap division: Vince Stackhouse, 9 ft. 9 in. Wednesday Men’s Club Two Man Best Ball Flight One Gross: Everett Thometz and John Raske, 69. Net: Arni Fredrickson and Ron Fye, 60; JC Schumacher and Bruce Durning, 61. Flight Two Gross: RJ Thompson and Paul Ryan, 73. Net: Pat Lauerman and Mike Sutton, 58; Steve Lewis and Rod Fye, 61; Warren Cortez and Jim Engel, 61. Flight Three Gross: Bill Rucker and Barry Tuteur, 85; Jay Howard and Morris Fosse, 85. Net: Darrell Waller and Sterling Epps, 57; George Switzer and Barry Tuteur, 60. Closest to pin No. 8 Low division: Milt Mickey, 5 ft. 10 in. High division: George Switzer, 8 ft. 5 in. No. 11 Low division: John Raske, 1 ft. 7 in. High division: David McArthur, 16 ft. 11 in. No. 17 Open: Fred Harrison, 2 ft. 1 in. Tuesday Women’s 18 Hole All Par 4’s —1⁄2 handicap Division One Gross: Marlene Erickson, 39.5; Marine Hirschfeld, 41; Bobbie Piety, 44. Division Two Gross: Betty Kettel, 39.5; Lori Oakes, 41.5; Lisa Ballantyne and Jackie Davis, 45.5. Closest to pin No. 4: Irene Schmidt, 26 ft. 3 in. No. 11: Pat Schumacher, 15 ft. 10 in. Putts Division one: Pat Schumacher, 31. Division two: Bonney Benson and Jackie Davis, 33. Chip In’s No. 2: Nancy Schoessler. Birdies No. 6: Barb Burrows. No. 8: Pat Schumacher. No. 2: Marine Hirschfeld. Tuesday, May 6 Women’s 18 Hole Group Monthly Medal Division One Gross: Marlene Erickson, 68; Bobbie Piety, 75; Pat Conway, 77. Division Two Gross: Lori Wyngaert, 74; Lisa Ballantyne, 75; Betty Kettel, 76. Closest to pin Division One No. 8: Marlene Erickson, 15 ft. 9 in. No. 17: Marlene Erickson, 13 ft. 4 in. Division Two No. 17: Lori Wyngaert, 24 ft. 3 in. Putts Division one: Bobbie Piety, 31. Division two: Bonney Berson and Joanie Oakes, 34. Chip In’s No. 10: Pat Conway. Birdies No. 8 and No. 9: Marlene Erickson. Hole in One Ron Sather of Port Angeles aced Hole 8 Thursday. He had 128 yards using a Wedge club. This is the third hole in one for Sather.

SUNLAND GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB Thursday T’s and F’s Net: Susan Elvert, 20.5; Sandra March, 31.5; Linda Fortney, 21.5; Gwen Boger, 21.5. Tuesday Couples Two Best Balls of Foursome Net: Geri O’Claray, Dan O’Claray, Linda Estes and Allen Estes, 119 tied with Cynthia Edel, Rick Edel, Mark Meythaler and Sherry Meythaler, 119. Closest to pin No. 17: Allen Estes, 30 ft. 8 in. SKYRIDGE GOLF COURSE Sunday, May 11 Players Day Gross: Ken Chace, 75. Net: Don Daniels, 65; Andy Watkins, 66; Brian Cays, 66; Dan Dougherty, 68; John Naples, 68; Richard Garvey, 70; Mike Tipton, 70; Dennis Ferrie, 70. DISCOVERY BAY GOLF COURSE Thursday Ladies T’s and F’s Net: Norma Lupkes, 34; Edna Chicarell, 35.5; Sheila Kilmer, 37.5; Diane Solie, 38.

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American League West Division W L Pct Oakland 26 16 .619 Los Angeles 22 19 .537 Seattle 20 21 .488 Texas 20 22 .476 Houston 14 28 .333 East Division W L Pct Baltimore 22 18 .550 New York 21 19 .525 Toronto 22 21 .512 Boston 20 21 .488 Tampa Bay 19 24 .442 Central Division W L Pct Detroit 25 12 .676 Minnesota 20 20 .500 Chicago 21 22 .488 Kansas City 20 21 .488 Cleveland 19 23 .452 Friday’s Games Oakland 11, Cleveland 1 Pittsburgh at New York, ppd., rain Detroit 1, Boston 0 Toronto 2, Texas 0 Baltimore 4, Kansas City 0 Chicago White Sox 7, Houston 2 Minnesota 5, Seattle 4 Tampa Bay 3, L.A. Angels 0 Saturday’s Games Pittsburgh at N.Y. Yankees, late

Chicago White Sox at Houston, late Oakland at Cleveland, late Baltimore at Kansas City, late Detroit at Boston, late Seattle at Minnesota, late Toronto at Texas, late Tampa Bay at L.A. Angels, late Today’s Games Oakland (J.Chavez 3-1) at Cleveland (Masterson 2-2), 10:05 a.m. Pittsburgh (Morton 0-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Kuroda 2-3), 10:05 a.m., 1st game Baltimore (U.Jimenez 2-4) at Kansas City (Shields 5-3), 11:10 a.m. Chicago White Sox (Joh.Danks 3-3) at Houston (Peacock 0-4), 11:10 a.m. Seattle (F.Hernandez 4-1) at Minnesota (Nolasco 2-3), 11:10 a.m. Toronto (Dickey 4-3) at Texas (N.Martinez 0-1), 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Price 4-3) at L.A. Angels (Shoemaker 1-1), 12:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cole 3-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Nuno 1-1), 1:35 p.m., 2nd game Detroit (A.Sanchez 0-2) at Boston (Peavy 1-1), 5:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Detroit at Cleveland, 4:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, 5:10 p.m. Houston at L.A. Angels, 7:05 p.m.

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West Division W L Pct GB San Francisco 27 16 .628 — Colorado 24 19 .558 3 Los Angeles 23 20 .535 4 San Diego 20 23 .465 7 Arizona 16 28 .364 11½ East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 22 19 .537 — Washington 22 19 .537 — Miami 22 21 .512 1 New York 19 22 .463 3 Philadelphia 17 22 .436 4 Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 27 16 .628 — St. Louis 23 20 .535 4 Cincinnati 19 21 .475 6½ Pittsburgh 17 23 .425 8½ Chicago 14 27 .341 12 Friday’s Games Milwaukee 4, Chicago Cubs 3 Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 0 Washington 5, N.Y. Mets 2 Pittsburgh at New York, ppd., rain St. Louis 5, Atlanta 2 Colorado 3, San Diego 1 L.A. Dodgers 7, Arizona 0 Miami 7, San Francisco 5 Saturday’s Games St. Louis 4, Atlanta 1 Chicago Cubs 3, Milwaukee 0 N.Y. Mets at Washington, late Pittsburgh at N.Y. Yankees, late Cincinnati at Philadelphia, late L.A. Dodgers at Arizona, late San Diego at Colorado, late Miami at San Francisco, late Today’s Games Pittsburgh (Morton 0-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Kuroda 2-3), 10:05 a.m., 1st game Cincinnati (Cingrani 2-2) at Philadelphia (Cl. Lee 3-4), 10:35 a.m. N.Y. Mets (Z.Wheeler 1-3) at Washington (Zimmermann 2-1), 10:35 a.m. Atlanta (Floyd 0-1) at St. Louis (J.Garcia 0-0), 11:15 a.m. Milwaukee (Estrada 3-1) at Chicago Cubs (T.Wood 3-4), 11:20 a.m. Miami (Ja.Turner 0-1) at San Francisco (Vogelsong 1-2), 1:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Haren 5-1) at Arizona (Collmenter 1-2), 1:10 p.m. San Diego (Roach 1-0) at Colorado (Nicasio 4-2), 1:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cole 3-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Nuno 1-1), 1:35 p.m., 2nd game Monday’s Games Cincinnati at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Milwaukee at Atlanta, 4:10 p.m.

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Today 6:30 a.m. (304) NBCSN Hockey IIHF, United States at Finland, World Championship - Minsk, Belarus (Live) 9 a.m. (27) ESPN2 Softball NCAA, Division I Tournament, Regional, Site: JoAnne Graf Field - Tallahassee, Fla. (Live) 10 a.m. (4) KOMO Auto Racing IndyCar, Indianapolis 500, IndyCar Series, Qualifying, Site: Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Indianapolis, Ind. (Live) 10 a.m. (5) KING Cycling, Tour of California, Stage 8, Site: Thousand Oaks - California (Live) 10 a.m. (47) GOLF Golf PGA, Byron Nelson Championship, Final Round, Site: TPC Four Seasons at Las Colinas - Irving, Texas (Live) 11 a.m. (26) ESPN Auto Racing NASCAR, Get to Know Newton 250, Nationwide Series, Site: Iowa Speedway - Newton, Iowa (Live) 11 a.m. (25) ROOT Baseball MLB, Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins, Site: Target Field - Minneapolis, Minn. (Live) 11 a.m. (306) FS1 Auto Racing ARCA, Menards 200, Site: Toledo Speedway - Ohio (Live) 11:30 a.m. (27) ESPN2 Softball NCAA, Division I Tournament, Regional Site: JoAnne Graf Field - Tallahassee, Fla. (Live) Noon (5) KING Hockey NHL, Stanley Cup Playoffs, Los Angeles at Chicago, Western Conference Final, Game 1 (Live) Noon (7) KIRO Golf PGA, Byron Nelson Championship, Final Round, Site: TPC Four Seasons at Las Colinas - Irving, Texas (Live) Noon (47) GOLF CHAMPS, Regions Tradition, Final Round, Site: Shoal Creek - Shoal Creek, Ala. (Live) Noon (320) PAC-12 Baseball NCAA, Washington State vs. Stanford (Live) 12:30 p.m. (4) KOMO Basketball NBA, Miami Heat at Indiana Pacers, Eastern Conference Final, Game 1, Site: American Airlines Arena - Miami, Fla. (Live) 1:30 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Softball NCAA, Division I Tournament, Regional, Site: Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium - Tuscon, Ariz. (Live) 1:30 p.m. (306) FS1 Baseball NCAA, Texas vs. Kansas State (Live) 2 p.m. (47) GOLF LPGA, Kingsmill Championship, Final Round, Site: Kingsmill Golf Club - Williamsburg, Va. (Live) 2:30 p.m. (311) ESPNU Softball NCAA, Division I Tournament, Regional, Site: Alberta B Farrington Softball Stadium - Tempe, Ariz. (Live) 3 p.m. (320) PAC-12 Baseball NCAA, Washington vs. Oregon State (Live) 4 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Softball NCAA, Division I Tournament, Regional, Site: Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium Tuscon, Ariz. (Live) 5 p.m. (26) ESPN Baseball MLB, Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox, Site: Fenway Park - Boston, Mass. (Live) 5 p.m. (311) ESPNU Softball NCAA, Division I Tournament, Regional, Site: Alberta B Farrington Softball Stadium - Tempe, Ariz. (Live) Holt from Pawtucket (IL). CLEVELAND INDIANS — Recalled LHP T.J. House from Columbus (IL). Optioned RHP C.C. Lee to Columbus. HOUSTON ASTROS — Signed RHP Kyle Farnsworth. Optioned RHP Paul Clemens to Oklahoma City (PCL). National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Named Tony La Russa chief baseball officer.

FOOTBALL National Football League BALTIMORE RAVENS — Signed DT Timmy Jernigan and DE Brent Urban to four-year contracts. BUFFALO BILLS — Signed LB Preston Brown. DETROIT LIONS — Signed CB Nevin Lawson and WR TJ Jones to four-year contracts. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS — Signed S Jerome Junior and RB Beau Blankenship.

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Preps: Ryan Clarke wins 2 at Nisqually meet CONTINUED FROM B1 qualified in four events for the Loggers, taking second In the field events, Sami in the 100 hurdles, third in the 300 hurdles, third in Metcalf qualified in the shot put, edging teammate the long jump and fourth in the triple jump. Zeria Signor by a quarter The Crescent girls’ final of an inch for fourth place. Kyla Wilson took fourth qualifier was Ashara Dodin the discus to qualify and son, who placed second in fell just short in the javelin the high jump. On the boys side, the by taking fifth. Loggers had two individual For the Clallam Bay boys, Evan Messinger won champions, highlighted by a close one-two finish in the discus with a throw of the javelin by Quenton 127-09. He also qualified Wolfer (151-07) and Travis for Quad-District in the Walker (151-06). javelin and fell a couple Wolfer also qualified in spots short in the shot put. Teammate Calvin Ritter, the discus. Quinn’Tin March won though, did qualify in the the 110 hurdles and placed shot put with a secondsecond in the 300 hurdles. place finish. Martin Waldrip Kyle Keys and Taylor Wrzesien both qualified by advanced to Quad-District with a third-place showing taking fourth in the long in the triple jump. jump and triple jump, Wyatt McNeese took respectively. third in the shot put for Other qualifiers for the the Loggers and Jacob Bruins are Sam Signor, Bailargen finished fourth who took third in the 300 in the 400 and 800 runs. hurdles, and Wesley HanCrescent also will send son, who finished third in two relay teams to Quadthe 1,600. District. The 4x100 team of Fourth for Loggers March, Bailargen, Waldrip Meghan Shamp and and Walker and the 4x400 Devanie Christie were indi- team of March, Bailargen, vidual champions for the Jordan Scott and Walker Crescent girls. each finished fourth at BiShamp won the discus District meet. with a throw of 93-04. She also qualified in the shot PT’s Clarke wins put and javelin, taking two events third in both events. Christie won the javelin EATONVILLE — Port with a 103-08. She also Townsend boys distance took third in the 100 hurrunner Ryan Clarke dles and the long jump. claimed the 1,600- and Sophomore Ryan Lester 3,200-meter races to lead

area athletes at the Nisqually League championship. The Redskins boys finished fifth and Chimacum ninth at the 10-team meet. Port Townsend’s girls finished seventh and the Cowboys 10th. Host Eatonville won both team titles. Clarke won the 1,600 in 4 minutes and 41.53 seconds and the 3,200 race in 9:55.44. Skyler Coppenrath won the boys triple jump for the Redskins with a distance of 42 feet and 9 inches. Athletes and relay teams who placed in the top five in their events advanced to the Class 1A Tri-District meet at King’s High School in Shoreline on Thursday and Saturday. Port Townsend’s other individual qualifier was Zach Wilson, a fifth-place finisher in high jump after a leap of 5-06. The Redskins’ 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams also qualified after finishing fourth in and fifth, respectively. Sam Golden was the lone individual to qualify for the Chimacum boys, placing fifth in the 110meter hurdles in 17.02. The Cowboys’ 4x100 relay team qualified fifth in 47.83. In the girls meet, Port Townsend’s Rebecca Stewart won the 300 hurdles in 46.62 and Patricia Reeves claimed the high jump after clearing 5 feet.

Stewart finished second in the 100 hurdles in 16.82 and Reeves was fourth in the triple jump after leaping 32-09.50. Jewel Johnson was third in the 100-meter dash for the Redskins with a time of 13.02. Makaila Deen qualified third in the high jump in 4-08. Hanna Trailer also advanced for Port Townsend after finishing fifth in the 1,600 in 5:53.82. The Redskins’ 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams qualified after placing fifth in 52.75 and 1:51.60. Mechelle Nisbet was the lone qualifier for the Chimacum girls, finishing fifth in the javelin after a throw of 99-11.

Spartans at Sub-District RAINIER — Forks had two boys and one girl win individual titles at the Evergreen 1A League SubDistrict meet at Rainier High School. Alan Ensastegui won the boys 3,200-meter run in 10:39.26 and Miguel Morales won the boys discus with a distance of 14009 for the boys. Kari Larson claimed the 800 in 2:33.61 for the Forks girls. The Forks boys team was fourth and the girls seventh at the seven-team meet. Montesano won both

team titles. Athletes who finished in the top six in field events and individuals or teams who placed in the top four in sprint or relay events qualified for the District 4 meet at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver, Wash., on Friday. Jonny Law picked up a pair of second-place finishes in the shot put (4710.50) and discus (129-03) for the Forks boys. Andrew Armas took fourth in the long jump with a distance of 17-09.50 and fifth in the javelin with a throw of 142-03. Aaron Krume was fifth for the Spartans in the high jump after clearing 5-04. Forks’ Tristina Smith qualified in two events, taking third in the javelin with a distance of 99-10 and fifth in the high jump with a 4-04. Erin Weekes qualified twice, with fifth-place finishes in the long jump (140) and triple jump (2901.50). Tristen Williams also qualified by taking fifth in

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Boys Golf Port Townsend, Chimacum advance BREMERTON — The Redskins qualified five boys golfers and Chimacum had four advance from the Nisqually League Sub-District match at Gold Mountain Golf Course to the TriDistrict tournament Tuesday. The Tri-District tournament also will be held at Gold Mountain. Port Townsend qualifiers included Patrick Morton, Jack Bishop, Zach Glover, Keegan Khile and Austin Khile. Chimacum qualifiers are Chris Bainbridge, Jack Hilt, James Porter and Marcus Bufford. All told, 69 Tri-District golfers will compete Tuesday for 32 spots to the 1A state tournament May 28-29 at Lake Golf Course.

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Sankey will finish at UW before return to Titans BY TERESA M. WALKER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Wolves: Districts next CONTINUED FROM B1 As she brought her glove up, the ball dropped out and Reid was called safe. “That looked like a catch to me,” McFarlen said after the game. Alicia Howell and Tori Kuch both singled to load the bases for Wheeler, who drove in Reid with a long single that bounced off the left-field fence. Alyssa Wetzler brought home pinch runners Genna Orr and Nikki Price with a single and Cara Cristion scored on a sacrifice by Carly Gouge to give the Riders a 4-2 lead. Port Angeles added another run in the third when Reid scored from third on a wild pitch. Howell, however, got stuck in a rundown after trying to advance from first to third on the play for the second out of the inning. The Wolves regained the lead with a four-run fifth. Makayla Bentz reached on, yes, an error. She went to third on Kirsch’s double and scored on a single by Lott. Then came Besand’s goahead homer. Sequim added two insurance runs in the sixth. Tia Bourm came home on a sacrifice by Lott. The Riders walked Besand and then inserted Sarah Steinman for Wheeler on the mound. Mary Lu Clift got a hold of one of Steinman’s first pitches for a double that scored Kirsch to make it 8-5 and close out the scoring.

Kirsch finished with two hits and three runs, Lott had two hits and drove in two runs and Bourm and Clift each added two hits. “We came back from behind and I think that shows how strong of a team we really are,” Clift said. “In the beginning of the season we had some troubles but we’re definitely working through it and we’re definitely improving as we go on in the season, which is where I’d like to have it happen.” Howell, Kuch and Wheeler had two hits apiece for Port Angeles.

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pitched 5 2/3 innings and struck out seven batters while giving up nine hits. “It wasn’t humongous,” Besand said of the win, “but for us it was pretty huge because they got us the first time [this season] so we wanted payback. “And also having that first seed in districts is a really good spot to be.” Sequim (17-3) will open the district tournament Friday at 2 p.m. against the winner between Bremerton (11-6) and Steilacoom (8-11) earlier in the day. The Wolves defeated Bremerton twice this season in Olympic League play by scores of 4-1 and 9-0. Port Angeles (14-5) plays either Franklin Pierce (127) or Renton (4-13), who will face off that morning. The district tournament is played at Sprinker Recreation Center in Tacoma. If the Wolves and Riders win their first games they will earn berths at the state tournament in Selah on Friday and Saturday, May 30-31.

There was a lot on the line for the winner of Friday’s tiebreaker game but not a lot to lose, so both teams wanted to win but neither was afraid of losing. “You know, it’s not that big of deal because we both draw byes, but seeding’s everything and draw’s everything [at the district tournament], so we’ll just see,” McFarlen said. Both teams’ aces, Sequim 8, Port Angeles 5 Makayla Bentz for Sequim Sequim 1 1 0 0 4 2 0 —8 10 1 and Sarah Steinman for Port Angeles 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 — 5 9 2 Port Angeles, were used as WP- Mc. Bentz; LP- Wheeler Pitching Statistics relievers as McFarlen and Sequim: Mc. Bentz 4 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, BB, K; Ma. Randy Steinman elected to Bentz 3 IP, 3 H, 0 ER. Angeles: Wheeler 5 2/3 IP, 9 H, 6 ER, 3 BB, give big-game experience to 7 Port K. a pair of younger pitchers Hitting Statistics against top-notch competi- Sequim: Besand 1-3, HR, 3 RBI; Clift 2-3, 2B, RBI; Kirsch 2-4, 2B, 3 R; Lott 2-4, R, 2 RBI; Bourm 2-4, tion. R, RBI. Sophomore McKenzie Port Angeles: Howell 2-3; Kuch 2-3; Wheeler 2-3, Bentz, the Wolves’ starting RBI; Wetzler 1-3, 2 RBI; Gouge 1-4, RBI. ________ catcher, earned the win by pitching four innings and Sports Editor Lee Horton can allowing six hits. be reached at 360-417-3525 or at Wheeler, a freshman, lhorton@peninsuladailynews.com.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Bishop Sankey has three days to learn as much as he can before Tennessee’s newest running back returns to college. When he leaves, Sankey will be taking a new iPad that the Titans hope will keep him updated as much as possible until he returns. NFL rules limit Sankey to his team’s rookie minicamp until the secondround draft pick wraps up final exams at Washington in June. Then he can return and start trying to replace Chris Johnson as Tennessee’s starting running back. Sankey joined Tennessee’s five other draft picks Friday for the first day of the three-day minicamp along with 14 undrafted free agents and 20 others here for a tryout. Some of the rookies reported for work Monday, but Sankey was the lone draft pick who got to town Thursday night. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said the Titans will try to give Sankey as much of the offense as possible while

he’s here. Washington starts final exams June 7, and Sankey is expected to rejoin the Titans around June 11. “We’ll have pretty much everything in by then, so he’ll be playing catch-up most of the time,” Whisenhunt said. “The value of having that iPad, though, is so we can send him the information and send him the video and hopefully that can help. He seems like an intelligent young man, so I think he’ll be able to handle a good portion of it.” The Titans sure need Sankey to be ready once the season starts. They released Johnson in April to avoid paying him $8 million this season. Shonn Greene, signed to a three-year contract in March 2013, just had arthroscopic surgery on the right knee he needed surgery on last September keeping him out of five games. He ran for only 295 yards on 77 carries backing up Johnson. Veterans Jackie Battle and Leon Washington also are on the roster, and they

signed Antonio Andrews of Western Kentucky as an undrafted free agent. The need for a running back who can play all three downs is why they selected the 5-foot-10, 210-pound Sankey out of Washington at No. 54 overall. Sankey ran for 1,870 yards as a junior at Washington, averaging 5.72 yards per carry with 20 touchdowns, including a long of 60. He also caught 28 passes for 304 yards. “You can see the movement, skills that you like,” Whisenhunt said after Sankey’s first practice. “He’s smart a smart guy. He’s one of the ones that came in last night, and he performed well out there today with not much time to process everything. Good hands. Saw that a couple times today. So far so good.” Sankey needed a minute Friday before putting on an NFL jersey for the first time in his life. The running back who wore No. 25 at Washington has been given No. 20 — the number worn by Pro Bowl cornerback Alterraun Verner last year.

California Chrome wins Preakness BY BETH HARRIS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BALTIMORE — California Chrome repelled one challenger and then put away another in the stretch to win the Preakness on Saturday, setting up a Triple Crown try in three weeks. The chestnut colt with the four white feet will attempt to sweep the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes, something that hasn’t been done since Affirmed in 1978. Since then, 12 horses have won the first two legs and failed to complete the sweep; the last was I’ll Have Another two years ago. Maybe the horse with the modest pedigree and average Joe owners is the one. California Chrome defeated Ride On Curlin by 1 ½ lengths at Pimlico, cov-

ering 1 3/16 miles in 1:54.84. He’s now won six straight races by a combined 27½ lengths for 77-year-old trainer Art Sherman. “It’s quite a thrill,” Sherman said. “I knew we had to run harder this race.” California Chrome bounced out of the gate running, with jockey Victor Espinoza moving the colt into the clear. Pablo Del Monte, a 34-1 shot, charged to the lead and was soon joined by filly Ria Antonia. Espinoza tucked California Chrome into third, an ideal spot behind the leaders. They stayed there until making their move approaching the final turn. California Chrome made a move for the lead, catching Pablo Del Monte while Social Inclusion joined the chase. Pablo Del Monte soon

dropped back along the rail, and California Chrome sprinted away from Social Inclusion at the top of the stretch. But there was one more challenge to come. Ride On Curlin, next-tolast in the 10-horse field, ranged up and briefly appeared ready to overtake California Chrome. Once again showing his class, California Chrome denied the threat. “It’s an awesome feeling,” Espinoza said. “Today it was just a crazy race. I got more tired mentally than physically. I see another horse go to the front. I was going to sit second. I sit back, as soon as the other horse got clear of me, it worked out perfect.” General a Rod was fourth, followed by Ring Weekend, Pablo Del Monte, Dynamic Impact, Kid Cruz, Bayern and Ria Antonia.

Rangers rout Canadiens 7-2 in Game 1 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MONTREAL — Martin St. Louis started the scoring and Henrik Lundqvist won for the first time in Montreal in more than two years in the New York Rangers’ 7-2 victory over the Canadiens on Saturday in Game 1 of the NHL’s Eastern Conference finals. St. Louis, set to attend his mother’s funeral with his teammates Sunday, got the opening goal and Mats

Zuccarello, Chris Kreider, Brad Richards, Ryan McDonagh, Derek Stepan and Rick Nash also scored for the Rangers. New York had only four goals in its past nine regular-season visits to the Bell Centre. Lundqvist made 20 saves. He had not played a game in Montreal since allowing four goals on Jan. 15, 2012. His last win at Bell Centre was March 17, 2009.

Rene Bourque and Lars Eller scored for Montreal, which saw star goalie Carey Price appear to injure his right leg when he was run over early in the second period. Price was replaced by Peter Budaj after the second period but it was not clear if it was because of an injury. It was Montreal’s worst playoff defeat since losing 8-2 to Carolina in 2002.

Youth Sports Miller tosses no-hitter for Local 155 PORT ANGELES — Local 155 pitcher Ian Miller tossed a five-inning no-hitter against First Federal of Sequim in an 11-0 Olympic Junior Babe Ruth contest. Miller struck out 11 of the 15 batters he faced and only one First Federal batter reached base. Miller and Luke Angevine were 2 for 4 at bat, while Brady Shimko was 1 for 2 with three runs. Anders Chapman, Devin Batchlor and Set Schofield all added hits for Local 155.

Walk-off winners PORT ANGELES — Local 155 defeated First Federal of Port Angeles 5-4 on a seventhinning walk-off RBI single by Matt Hendry in Olympic Junior Babe Ruth play. First Federal scored first after Cyler McBride singled and later scored on a fielder’s choice.

Local 155 answered back in the bottom of the inning after Ian Miller walked, stole second base and scored on a Luke Angevine double. Jansen Peterson scored for First Federal in the third, and again in the fifth along with Carson Jackson, for a 4-1 lead. Local 155 tied the game up in the fifth after a run by Schofield off a Miller single and runs by Miller and Angevine off of an Anders Chapman suicide squeeze play. Schofield reached base on an infield hit in the seventh before Hendry worked the count to 2-1 and then hit the game-winner to left-center to score Schofield from first base. Miller threw a complete game to earn the win on the mound for Local 155. Peterson threw six innings for First Federal in the loss. Hendry added a triple and Tate Gahimer a double for Local 155. McBride led First Federal with three hits and Jackson had two singles.

Lions roar back PORT ANGELES — Lions

rallied for a 7-6 win over Hi-Tech in a 12U Cal Ripken game. Eli Cyr led off the bottom of the sixth with a walk and later scored on a Daniel Cable bunt. With Cable on first, Elijah Howard laid down another bunt, causing a throwing error that allowed Cable to score, and the Lions to win 7-6. Gabe Ritchie had a two-run double and five strikeouts for Lions. Seth Ellwood added an RBI single for Lions. Adam Watkins was 2 for 2 for Hi-Tech with a triple and two runs scored.

Eagles drop Lanes PORT ANGELES — Eagles topped Laurel Lanes 17-5 in Cal Ripken 12U baseball action. Milo Whitman threw three innings, striking out eight and allowing no hits on 37 pitches to pick up the win for Eagles. Whitman also was hot at the plate, going 4 for 4 with a home run, a triple and four RBIs. Brody Merritt was 2 for 3 with a home run, a double and 3 RBIs for Eagles and Gunnar

Volkman had three hits, including a triple and a double with three RBIs.

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rocked Laurel Lanes 12-3 in 12U Cal Ripken baseball play. Rotary plated five runs before Laurel Lanes came to bat and added five more in the sixth inning. Logan Beebe had three hits for Rotary, while Chastain Richardson and Tanner Lunt scored three runs apiece. Lunt also tripled. Jake Felton struck out 10 in the win for Rotary.

PORT ANGELES — Boulevard Wellness picked up its first 12U softball win in a 9-7 victory over Tranco Transmission. Tiare Freitas was 2 for 3 with a two-RBI single to score Addie Lomax and Madison Belbing for Boulevard Wellness. Loretta Vollin also was 2 for 3 with an RBI for the winners. Eagles win shutout Madi Roening led Tranco with PORT ANGELES — Brody a 2 for 3 performance at the plate Merritt tallied 15 strikeouts and and several throw-outs from her allowed just one hit as Eagles position at catcher to second shut out Swain’s 4-0 in a 12U base. Cal Ripken baseball game. Merritt has now struck out 81 Labor Council wins batters in 30 innings this season. PORT ANGELES — Olympic Eagles’ Milo Whitman was 1 Labor Council knocked off Tranco for 2 with two RBIs, while Mer13-8 in 12U softball action. ritt doubled and scored. Krysten McGuffey struck out Isaiah Getchell was 1 for 2 four batters in her four innings with two runs and Gunnar Volkon the mound in the loss for man was 1 for 2 with a run for Tranco. Eagles. Madi Roening had the team’s Damen Ringold and Sean only base hit. Hanrahan both doubled for Eagles and Tanner Price and Rotary thumps Lanes Trenton Indelicato also had hits. PORT ANGELES — Rotary Peninsula Daily News


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Clallam PUD is looking for exceptional people committed to public service to join our utility. Journeyman Lineman Forks Get details and application forms from our website www.clallampud.net or contact us at humanresources @clallampud.net Phone (360)565-3276 We also have answers t o Fr e q u e n t l y A s k e d Questions and EmployBURIAL SITE: In Mt. ee Benefits information Angeles Memorial Park, on our website. EOE. Garden of Devotion. $1,999. (360)452-9611. E S TAT E L i q u i d a t i o n CARLSBORG: 3 Br., 2 Sale: Sat.-Sun., 10-4 b a . $ 9 5 0 , W / S i n c l . , p.m., 653 Chicken Coop pets neg. (360)460-1800 R o a d . P r i c e s w i l l b e dropping all day Sunday, CHRYSLER: ‘01 Con- household goods, furnicord. New tires, good ture, appliances, clothes, condition. $2,250/obo. linens, sporting goods, (360)928-3514 tools, crafts, etc. SMOKEHOUSE RESTAURANT/BAR, FORKS, FOR LEASE dandpthomson@ centurytel.net (208)816-2530

LINCOLN: ‘96 Continental. Needs work, beautiful car. $850/obo. (360)681-5332

WANTED: Electric typePeninsula Classified writer, toaster oven, microwave. (360)681-5332 360-452-8435

Employment 3010 Announcements 4026 General KINDERGARTEN RegBAR MANAGER istration now at Greywolf Elks Naval Lodge Elementary. 582-3300. Bring resumes to 131 E. 1st St., P.A. by 5/30/14.

3020 Found FOUND: Bike. Gateway Transit Center, P.A. on Be a part of our growing 4/27/14. Claim at Por t success! Join the only bank headquartered on Angeles Police Dept. the Nor th Olympic Peninsula. Openings include: 3023 Lost • Customer Sales & Service Manager LOST: Bicycle. Mens, • Financial & Budget mountain bike, black and Analyst red, in downtown P.A. • Personal Banker/ Customer Service Rep, area. REWARD. Float (360)775-1884 For job descriptions and to apply, please visit our website at www.ourfirstfed.com. EOE.

LOST: Cat. 3 year old cat, “Missy”, calico. Between 7th and Prairie and Washington and Fir, Sequim. Call (360)504-5667 LOST: Cat. Maine Coon, long haired, black, brown, 3 year old male, near Hemlock St, Sequim. (907)841-1928.

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS LEAD To maintian golf course, swimming pool, clubhouse, shop, equipment, supervised helper and vo l u n t e e r s. F T, ye a r round. Requires 5+ yrs. related experience, mec h a n i c a l k n o w - h o w, computer literacy. Applicaiton forms available at DMHA, 461 Dungeness Meadows, Sequim, WA 98382; (360)683-9716; or dmha@olypen.com.

L O S T: C a t . R u s s i a n Blue, older, last seen off CAREGIVER: For elderCherr y St. near Motor ly lady, east P.A. FT and Ave. in Por t Angeles, PT, no smoking, $11 hr. 5/9. (360)457-4585. (808)385-7800 LOST: Dog. Shepherd mix, light color, male, 5 CAREGIVER needed, years old, wearing yel- experience preferred low collar with tags, Be- but not necessary, will tween Jones and Cham- train. Call Cherrie bers on Front St, P.A. (360)683-3348 (360)461-2551 LOST: Dog. Shih-Tzu, female, silver and gray, last name Sat., May 10, Port Williams Beach, Seqim. REWARD. (360)461-5822 LOST: Pedometer. Tiny, electronic, in burgundy case, at P.A. Safeway or pool. (360)457-1389.

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Looking for energetic team members for housekeeping and laundry positions. Must be able to work weekends. We offer p e r fo r m a n c e b a s e d wage incentive. Apply in person 140 Del Guzzi Drive Port Angeles Medical Assistant-ACE Ja m e s t ow n Fa m i l y Health Clinic in beautiful Sequim, WA has an oppor tunity for a professional, compassionate, ACE cer tified Medical Assistant to work in a dynamic group practice with full benefits. Variable schedule; full time. Indian preference for qualified candidates. Please visit http://jamestowntribe. iapplicants.com for full description and to apply.

Olympic ESD 114 is hiring for a *Special Education Teacher with Behavior Emphasis www.oesd.wednet.edu (360)479-0993 EOE & ADA Peninsula Housing Authority is recruiting for the position of Director of Acquisition and Development. Must have the ability to identify, a n a l y ze a n d d eve l o p properties for preservation, rehabilitation and new construction, including lot development and housing development. Candidate will direct constr uction management and have supervis i o n o f l i m i t e d s t a f f. Must have the ability to prepare funding applications for development as needed. Complete Job Description and applicationcan be obtained at: www.peninsulapha.org/ AboutUs/Employment Send application & resume to PHA, Attn: Teresa 2603 S. Francis, Port Angeles, WA 98362 Position open until filled. EOE WA N T E D : Q u a l i t y items in good condition for garage sale June 20-21. Proceeds b e n e f i t WAG , l o c a l dog rescue. Please no clothing, shoes, elect r o n i c s o r exe r c i s e equip Call to arrange pick up (360)683-0932 CARRIER ROUTE AVAILABLE Peninsula Daily News Circulation Dept. Is looking for an individuals interested in a Port Townsend area route. Interested parties must be 18 yrs. of age, have a valid Washington State Drivers License, proof of insurance and reliable vehicle. Early morning delivery Monday through Friday and Sunday. Fill out application at 147 W. Wa s h i n g t o n , S e q u i m . OR ask for one to be emailed to you. Interested parties preferably live close to Port Townsend. Call Jasmine at (360)683-3311 EXT 6051

Civil/Utility Engineer or Asst Civil/Utility Engineer City of Port Angeles F/T with benefits. Salary DOE. Go to or full job posting go to www.cityofpa.us or email agates@cityofpa.us COPA is an EOE. Closes 6/16/14.

Clallam PUD is looking for exceptional people committed to public service to join our utility. Journeyman Lineman Forks Get details and application forms from our website www.clallampud.net or contact us at humanresources @clallampud.net Phone (360)565-3276 We also have answers t o Fr e q u e n t l y A s k e d Questions and Employee Benefits information on our website. EOE.

CLALLAM COUNTY MAINTENANCE WORKER I Public WorksRoad Division FT (37.5 hrs. wk.), $17.34 to 21.11 hr, union and retirement eligible with benefits. Will work primarily in West End of the County; requires residency west of Lake Crescent within 30 days of accepting position. May at times also be required to work in other areas of County. Closes May 20, 2014, at 4:30 PM (postmark accepted). Application and complete job announcement available online at www.clallam.net/employment/, or in front of Human Resources, 223 E 4th St, Port Angeles, WA 98362. Resume in lieu of application not accepted. Faxed or emailed applications not accepted. EOE/Drug Free Workplace. CLOSE-KNIT dental office looking for full-time dental assistant to add to our team. Exp. required, competitive wage and benefits. Send res u m e t o S. F. D. , P. O. Box 3430, Sequim, 98382. CNA: FT positions. St. Andrew’s Place Assisted Living. Home Care Aide Certification Class star ting June 9. Must pass background and drug test. Apply in person, 520 E. Park Ave., Port Angeles. COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE With current Washington state license, needed in Maternity Support Serv i c e s a t F i r s t S t e p. www.firststepfamily.org for job description, send resume to employment_fstep@ olypen.com DENTAL: Front office. FT position avail., for fast-paced family practice. Seeking candidate with strong people and computer skills and dental exp. a plus. Send resume to Dr. Clark Sturdivant, 608 Polk St., Port Townsend, 98368. DRIVER NEEDED Class A CDL. (360)460-7287 F R E I G H T / S a l e s : P T. Bring resume to Sears, 520 S. Lincoln, P.A. Harrison HealthPartners is looking for a full-time Certified Medical Assistant for their Sequim Dermatology clinic. Competitive pay, excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision and retirement plan. Harrison is a drug and nicotine free organization. To apply go to our website at http://jobs.harrison medical.org/jobs

Is looking for more great people! EOE. Apply wilderauto.com/jobs KENNEL ATTENDANT/ Recovery Nurse P r ev i o u s ex p e r i e n c e p r e f. , m u s t b e ava i l . weekends. Get app. at Angeles Clinic For Animals, 160 Del Guzzi Dr. Live-In Manager P.A. mobile home park. Rent deduction. NP, NS, ND. Send detailed response to: Peninsula Daily News PDN#780/Live-In Port Angeles, WA 98362

Looking for energetic team members for housekeeping and laundry positions. Must be able to work weekends. We offer p e r fo r m a n c e b a s e d wage incentive. Apply in person 140 Del Guzzi Drive Port Angeles Medical Assistant-ACE Ja m e s t ow n Fa m i l y Health Clinic in beautiful Sequim, WA has an oppor tunity for a professional, compassionate, ACE cer tified Medical Assistant to work in a dynamic group practice with full benefits. Variable schedule; full time. Indian preference for qualified candidates. Please visit http://jamestowntribe. iapplicants.com for full description and to apply.

SHORT ORDER COOK CNA/RNA: Part/full-time, Experienced. Apply in all shifts. Wright’s Home person Tues.-Thurs. 8-2, Care (360)457-9236. 612 S. Lincoln St., P.A.

Olympic ESD 114 is hiring for a *Special Education Teacher with Behavior Emphasis www.oesd.wednet.edu (360)479-0993 EOE & ADA

On-call Positions available now at Clallam Bay Corrections Center Correctional Officer 1 Pay starts at $16.99 hr. Plus full benefits. Closes 5/18/14 Apply on-line: www.careers.wa.gov For further information please call Lacey at (360) 963-3207 EOE. Peninsula Housing Authority is recruiting for the position of Director of Acquisition and Development. Must have the ability to identify, a n a l y ze a n d d eve l o p properties for preservation, rehabilitation and new construction, including lot development and housing development. Candidate will direct constr uction management and have supervis i o n o f l i m i t e d s t a f f. Must have the ability to prepare funding applications for development as needed. Complete Job Description and applicationcan be obtained at: www.peninsulapha.org/ AboutUs/Employment Send application & resume to PHA, Attn: Teresa 2603 S. Francis, Port Angeles, WA 98362 Position open until filled. EOE Pharmacy Manager Safeway Inc.; Req: BS deg. or foreign degree equiv. in Pharm., Pharm. Sci. or related; WA State Pharm Lic. w/ no disciplinar y record. Must be willing to perform immunizations, training available. Background Checks and Drug Test. O p e n i n g i n Po r t A n g e l e s , WA . C o n t a c t : Attn: K. Guggiana, 5918 Stoneridge Mall Road, Pleasanton, CA 94588. Must reference job code: 20140424CA. Must have legal right to work in U.S. EOE.

Positions available at Olympic Corrections Center For full description of job posting go to www.careers.wa.gov search by county and keywords i.e. job title. All positions listed have full benefits. EOE. Correctional Officer on-call Pay starts at $16.99 hr., Job posting closes 5/18/14 Cook A/C-on-call Pay starts at $15.12 hr., Job posting closes 5/18/14 For additional info. on these positions please call Lorena at (360) 374-8303 or Laura Paul at (360) 963-3208 Medical Assistant Pay starts at $2,513 mo. Job posting closes 5/26/14 For additional info. please call Lorena at (360) 374-8303 or Wendy Vandel at (360) 407-5742

Seven Cedars Resort Is now hiring for the following part-time postions: Casino Food & Beverag e Ser ver, Cocktail S e r v e r, Pa n t r y, L i n e Cook, Host and Busser, Longhouse Deli Cashier and Grocery Cashier. For more info and to apply online, please visit our website at www.7cedarsresort.com SPECIAL SECTIONS EDITOR Peninsula Daily News A d ve r t i s i n g D e p a r t ment is looking for a talented Special Sections Editor to produce quality special sections and adver tisersupported supplements. The successful candidate must be a skilled writer and digital photographer who can also paginate articles and photos using Adobe CS6 software on a Mac operating system (proficiency with Adobe InDesign and Photoshop required). Must be a self-star ter who can wo r k i n d e p e n d e n t l y and as part of a team in a fast-paced, deadl i n e - d r i ve n e nv i r o n ment. Journalism experience and knowledge of AP style preferred. This position is based out of the Port Angeles office. 20 hrs. wk, vacation, paid holidays. Email resumes to: sstoneman@peninsula dailynews.com

Support/Care Staff To work with developmentally disabled adults, no exper ience necessary, will train. $10 hr. to start. CNAs encouraged to apply. Apply in person at 1020 Caroline, P.A. from 8-4 p.m. Surger y Coordinator (Sequim). Join an established and growing multi-specialty Ophthalmology practice! Provide excellent patient care and service to our patients, greeting them and checking them in, taking payments, and other front desk duties. Schedule ophthalmic surgeries for the ambulatory surgery center including ve r i f y i n g i n s u r a n c e coverage and requesting authorizations, set appointments for presurgery testing, schedule post-op appointments, confir m all IOL’s, etc. are ordered f o r s u r g e r y, c h e c k health issues, meds for possible needed pre-authorization, and verify that equipment required for surgery is available at external locations. Qualified applicant must have a High School Diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 6 months of post-secondary education and/or training. Minimum twoyear Ophthalmology or medical clinic experience in surgery scheduling or patient services a must. Send via email your resume and completed application (application on our w e b s i t e a t www.nweyes.com/careers The Lost Resort At Lake Ozette Deli/clerk/cashier $12 hr, h o u s i n g / t ra i l e r s p a c e available. Also looking fo r M a i n t e n a n c e / Ya r d Person opportunity for a couple. Temporary, ends Labor Day. (360)963-2899 THERAPIST/ CASE MANAGER Help us support the development of a healthy, caring & safe commun i t y ! F T, w i t h b e n e s. Req. MA & 1 yr exp., or BA & 3 yrs exp. working with kids and families. Resume/cvr ltr to: PBH, 118 E. 8th St., Port Angeles, WA 98362. peninsulabehavioral.org EOE

WILDER RV N ow a c c e p t i n g a p p l i cants for a RV Sales Consultant. Candidate with previous RV experience is a plus. Email to RECEPTIONIST/ greg_gorham@ SECRETARY wilderauto.com or Fo r s m a l l l aw o f f i c e, wilderauto.com\jobs. par t-time, Mon.-Thurs. No phone calls please. Must have good computer skills, good interpersonal skills with client- 4080 Employment service orientation. PosiWanted tive attitude and attention to detail required. ADEPT YARD CARE Please send resume to Mowing, weeding, etc. C. Mortensen, PO Box (360)452-2034 2700, Port Angeles, WA 98362. A LT E R AT I O N S a n d Sewing. Alterations, RETAIL SALES Pa r t - t i m e. M u s t h ave m e n d i n g , h e m m i n g general knowledge in a n d s o m e h e a v y lawn and garden, hard- w e i g h t s e w i n g w a r e , p l u m b i n g a n d available to you from electrical. Must be able me. Ask for B.B. Call (360)531-2353 to work weekends. Apply in person at The Co-op Farm & Garden, 216 E. Mr. Manny’s Lawn Care Washington St., Sequim. and Handyman Service (360)683-4111 (253)737-7317 PT Merchandiser Needed Apply to: www.apply2jobs.com/tng

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Be a part of our growing success! Join the only bank headquartered on the Nor th Olympic Peninsula. Openings include: • Customer Sales & Service Manager • Financial & Budget Analyst • Personal Banker/ Customer Service Rep, Float For job descriptions and to apply, please visit our website at www.ourfirstfed.com. EOE.

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4080 Employment 105 Homes for Sale 105 Homes for Sale Wanted Clallam County Clallam County Companionship. Do you need help with cooking, cleaning, running erra n d s, o r m ay b e j u s t some companionship? If any of the above applies to you, give me a call and we can discuss your needs! 360-301-5728. Juarez & Son’s. Quality wor k at a reasonable price. Can handle a wide array of problems/projects. Like home maintenance, cleaning, clean up, yard maintenance, and etc. Give us a call office 452-4939 or cell 360-460-8248. If we can not do it we know others who can. Olympic Northwest Asphalt now offering Paving, Seal Coat, Patching, driveways, parking lots, and subdivisions. Call Kelly Ensor (360)710-1225 for estimate. Lic#OLYMPNA895MQ

BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING With mature trees and p l a n t s. C o u l d h ave a nice water view if some of the trees were trimmed. Extra garage in back with lots of parking and a basketball court. This home is perfect for entertaining. Formal dining area looks into the large rec. room. Picture perfect living room with fireplace. Upstairs has a library that overlooks the rec. room. So many things to mention that it is best to make an appointment and see for yourself what a unique home this is. ADU also! MLS#280762. $499,000. Thelma Durham (360)460-8222 WINDERMERE PORT ANGELES

BEAVER: Cabin. Lake view fixer, on 1/3 acre, needs septic, 763 W. Lake Pleasant Rd. $39,000 owner contract Quality Cleaning Plus or $34,000 cash. i s a v a i l a b l e f o r i n - Call Sue (360)374-5172 door/outdoor cleanCHEF’S DREAM ing/yard/general help. KITCHEN (360)477-3582 This well built brick 3 br., Yo u n g C o u p l e , E a r l y 2 bath Del Guzzi home 60’s available for sea- is located near Peninsusonal cleanup, weeding, la Golf Club and features trimming, mulching and stunning mountain and moss removal. We spe- water views. The well cialize in complete gar- equipped kitchen is highden restorations. Excel- ly functional with a dual lent references. fuel professional stove (360) 457-1213 and hood with shelf and infrared warmer, warmdrawer, pull outs, 105 Homes for Sale ing butcher block and stainClallam County less steel counters and a large maple island. 100’ OF LAKE Wood floors throughout FRONTAGE the main level. Southern One of the Best places! exposure fully fenced 3 Br., 2 bath has 1,994 front patio with grape SF. Elegant entry, forced v i n e s . R V p a r k i n g , air, upper floor, balcony, greenhouse and garden m a n i c u r e d . 5 2 a c r e s. space in back. Easy access, level park- MLS#280920. $275,000. ing and a large detached Kelly Johnson garage and shop. (360)477-5876 MLS#272103 WINDERMERE $1,100,000 PORT ANGELES Mark DeRousie COUNTRY ESTATE (360)457-6600 Beautiful country home with wood and stone ex150’ OF RIVER terior, great mountain FRONTAGE! Looking for privacy? You views, attached 3 car are off the beaten track garage, and detached on your 5+ ac. by the 2 , 4 0 0 s f . , R V g a r Sol Duc River. Wildlife a g e / s h o p. T h i s 3 , 3 0 0 g a l o r e : f i s h i n g , b i r d sqft home offers a kitchwatching, elk crossing!! en with granite counters Road is well maintained. and tile flooring, formal dining, large living room Power at the road. MLS#280509. $95,000. with vaulted wood ceiling, exposed beams and Ania Pendergrass stone fireplace. Master Evergreen suite with jetted tub, dbl (360)461-3973 sinks and beautiful tile 17.25 MOUNTAIN work. VIEW ACRES MLS#280443. $449,000. Fantastic unobstructed Tom Blore view of the Olympic (360)683-7814 Mountains. Souther n PETER BLACK sun adorns this fenced REAL ESTATE homestead. Metal roof, COVETED all new vinyl windows WATERFRONT except slider, new dishACREAGE w a s h e r, r e f r i g e r a t o r, trash compactor and hot Spectacular views of the water heater. Wireless Straits of Juan De Fuca, driveway monitor system shipping lanes, Mt. Bakalerts homeowner of ve- e r, V i c t o r i a a n d t h e hicles entering upon the Olympic Mountains. 5.20 property. Huge barn plus peaceful acres perfect 2,160 s.f. 5 bay equip- fo r yo u r i d e a l d r e a m ment building/car por t, home. 1,728 s.f. shop, 720 s.f. MLS#280148. $295,000. Quint Boe garage and several out(360)457-0456 buildings. Bring the aniWINDERMERE mals, plenty of room to PORT ANGELES roam. MLS#272321 $482,000 EXQUISITE CUSTOM Holly Coburn HOME (360)457-0456 360` water and mountain WINDERMERE views of Victoria, B.C., PORT ANGELES the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Mt. Baker, San Juan AFFORDABLE AND Islands and the Olympic ROOMY Freshened up and ready Mtns. Entrance of this for a new owner. 3 br., home is absolutely stun1.5 baths, family room, n i n g . E a r t h t o n e detached garage, and a stamped concrete walkgr e a t m o u n t a i n v i ew. way, water feature proHome has been weath- vides a peaceful ambiance, gorgeous erized in the past. MLS#280266. $109,000. landscaping. Interior design includes a gourmet Harriet Reyenga kitchen with a propane (360)457-0456 s t ove / ove n , 2 m a s t e r WINDERMERE suites, 1 with its own PORT ANGELES fireplace and a hot tub. The home includes granGREAT HOUSE, PRICE AND LOCATION i t e a n d t u m b l e d t i l e 1,434 sf., 2 br. 2 bath, countertops and custom h o m e w i t h l a r g e o f - cabinets. Home is on fice/den (or third bed- 19.96 acres. MLS#280767/625799 room) with close moun$998,000 tain view, RV par king Mark Macedo and beautiful landscap(360)477-9244 ing. TOWN & COUNTRY MLS#280854. $237,500. Harriet Reyenga Place your ad at (360)457-0456 peninsula WINDERMERE dailynews.com PORT ANGELES

Fa bu l o u s m t n . v i ew 3Br/2Ba on 2+ acres. This 2004 home has many great features including: 2624 sq. ft., spacious open floor plan, large master suite, walk-in closet, large kitchen with oak cabinets. 2 car attached garage plus 14x24 shop. Must see! $329K, 360452-7855 for appt. More photos online.

FIRST TIME ON MARKET 3 Br., 2.75 bath, over 2,800 sf, upscale kitchen with large pantry, 720 sf living space over garage, 36’ x 36’ garage with shop space, covered patio, pergola, fire pit. MLS#630745/280867 $415,000 Team Schmidt Mike: 460-0331 Irene: 460-4040 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

FSBO: 3,000 sf., 5 br., 2.5 baths (2 houses in one) on 2 lots, 30’ x 40’ triple car garage, 14’ x 30’ carpor t; beautifully landscaped and much more to see. Will co-operate with realtors. Call to see this beautiful 1941 Victor ian home! $589,000. (360)477-5588

FSBO: Between Sequim a n d Po r t A n g e l e s o n Erving Jacobs Rd., 7+ acres, 3 br., 2.5 bath, p r i va c y o n d e a d - e n d road, 1,644 sf on one level, oversized 2 car garage with adjoining RV carport, unattached additional garage. $343,000. (360)460-4868

F S B O W AT E R A N D M O U N TA I N V I E W HOME. MOVE IN R E A DY. B E AU T I F U L 4Bed, 3Bath, 2 Car attached garage 2,572sf; Updated throughout. 3 blocks from Peninsula College, private fenced yard with hot tub. Potent i a l fo r r e n t a l s p a c e downstairs. $209,000. Call Jody (360)477-9993 or Imelda (360)670-9673

IDEAL IN-LAW OR STUDENT LIVING Immaculate level entry 5 Br., 4 bath, spectacular and spacious home. Expansive and breathtaking city and saltwater views. Forced central air heat pump air conditioning unit circulates quality air throughout this home marvelously. Multi story-lots of bedrooms and 2 living areas. Perfect for college rooms or adopt this former B&B. MLS#272355. $329,900. Mark DeRousie (360)457-6600

LIGHT AND AIRY... 3 br., 2 bath rambler, centrally located, on a quiet cul-de-sac. Spacious Living Room, with wood stove. Large backyard with covered patio. MLS#280909. $164,000. Chuck Turner 452-3333 PORT ANGELES REALTY

LOOKING FOR OFFICE SPACE? Right building, location and pr ice, level entr y structure, plenty of off street parking, ADA Accessible 1st floor bath, 2nd floor bath, storage and conference room. MLS#280850/ 630248 $239,000 Tyler Conkle (360)670-5978 WINDERMERE SUNLAND


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PRIVATE SETTING ON 6 ACRES With a guest house. Main house has 2 bedroom, 3.75 bathrooms. Many nice touches throughout, home has a large entry that opens up to a spacious living r o o m . M a s t e r, o n t h e main level, has sky lights, walk-in closet and a master bath with marble vanity, solar tube for extra light, tile floor and tile surround shower with bench. Upstairs has a wood stove to keep you warm. kitchen has tile floors and oak cabinets. Guest house is 400+ Sq. Ft, with a 3/4 bathroom and wood stove. MLS#280091. $260,000. Jennifer Felton (360)460-9513 WINDERMERE PORT ANGELES

WATER VIEW! This charming home with a wonderful water view has been tastefully remodeled with newer wiring, plumbing, heaters, insulation, laminate, cozy wood fireplace, and a fenced backyard with large deck and hot tub. The 24’ x 40’ garage has a w o r k s h o p, p a r k i n g room for a large boat and vehicle, plus storage space and even a paved RV parking place next to the garage. Conveniently located within walking distance to Crown Z Park, downtown and waterfront trail. MLS#280354. $200,000. Brooke Nelson (360)417-2812 COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY

OFFICE UNIT Affordable opportunity to own a unit within the well e s t a bl i s h e d bu s i n e s s park of Peabody Plaza. Walking distance to City Hall makes it an ideal location for many business professionals. Recent upgrades to individual unit and condominium plaza. MLS#280894. $125,000. Britney Martin (360)808-1252 JACE The Real Estate Company

L OV E LY 2 7 0 0 S F D e l Guzzi built home on .62 private acres. Water and mountain views. Living rm has vaulted ceiling and huge window wall for water view. 4 bd rms, 2 baths. Private entry on 1st floor. Attached two car carpor t, 300 SF shop. Warm, south faci n g t i l e d p a t i o. Fr u i t trees/garden/tool shed. $360,000. (360)457-2796

PARK LIKE SETTING Over 1,800 sf. of efficient design, water and mt. views, oak flooring and hickor y cabinetr y, covered patio and deck, raised garden beds. MLS#618589/280653 $389,000 Deb Kahle (360)683-6880 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

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9832 Tents & Travel Trailers

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TRAILER: ‘02 28’ Cedar Creek. Easy pull, light weight aluminum frame, clean, great condition, near new tires and battery. Stored in garage, walk-around queen bed, slide out dining room, many extras. $14,500. (360)683-4473

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M OV I N G S a l e : S a t . Sun., 9-5 p.m., U St at Rosewood. Fur niture, bikes, unicycles, kayak, American Girl dolls, accessories, toys, books, clothes, vinyl/LPs, electronics, tools, kitchen items, no early birds.

8142 Garage Sales Sequim E S TAT E L i q u i d a t i o n Sale: Sat.-Sun., 10-4 p.m., 653 Chicken Coop Road. Prices will be dropping all day Sunday, household goods, furniture, appliances, clothes, linens, sporting goods, tools, crafts, etc. HUGE Sale: Fri.-Sat.Sun., 9-5 p.m., 465 W B e l l . Po t t e r y, c h e s t s, outdoor furniture, rugs, planters, bikes, tools, fishing poles, costume jewelry, art, glassware, rattan, teak folding chairs, nice marble counter top sinks, 1,000 item sale, we have everything, all must go, last sale come for the deal. MOVING Sale: Sunday only! 7-3 p.m., 3781 Lost Mountain Rd., up Taylor Cutoff. Horse tack and e q u i p m e n t , f u r n i t u r e, b o o k s , h o m e d e c o r, kitchenware, toys, girl’s clothing sz. 0-5, outdoor items including camping equipment, yard care e q u i p m e n t , r o t o t i l l e r. Cash only sale with some higher priced items! (360)461-2814.

8182 Garage Sales PA - West M U LT I - F a m i l y S a l e : S a t . - S u n . , 9 - 1 p. m . , 2132 W. 10th, off N St. Tons of toys, household items, appliances (dryer), furniture, exercise equipment (stair stepper, gazelle), trampoline, beautiful entertainment center! We need to get r i d o f t h i s s t u f f, a n d you’re in for a deal! WANTED! Sellers, vendors, businesses and nonprofit organizations! Annual Community Garage Sale June 14, 9-3 p.m. Clallam Co. Fairgrounds Contact (360)417-2551 or fairgrounds@ co.clallam.wa.us for more information! GET YOUR SPACE NOW!!!

E S TAT E S a l e : S a t . Sun., 9-3 p.m., 1024 E. 2nd St. We thought we would sneak this estate in. Good things never go out of style. Oma Bolender’s Estate is a small d u p l ex w i t h b e a u t i f u l things. Hand picked treasures from Japan, France, Ger many, ant i q u e s , r a t t a n va n i t y bench, grass woven t r u n k , c h i n a , s h av i n g mugs, lamps, signed art, copper, primitives, leathe r s o fa , s i d e c h a i r s , ranch oak furniture, full bed, dresser (hand carved from Fort Worth Texas), kitchen full, gardening, small vintage Singer sewing machine is a beauty, jewelry, vint a g e C h r i s t m a s, fa u x slate dining and 4 chairs, turn table/stereo, pigeon hole desk. Bring a bag. Estate Sale by Doreen and Crew! WA N T E D : Q u a l i t y items in good condition for garage sale June 20-21. Proceeds b e n e f i t WAG , l o c a l dog rescue. Please no clothing, shoes, elect r o n i c s o r exe r c i s e equip Call to arrange pick up (360)683-0932

TRAILER: ‘89 33’ Airstream Excella. Double axle, new hickory, wood floors, ceiling air conditioner unit, new ceramic RV toilet, straight body, good condition, includes swing arm tow pkg. 5/18/14 Price Reduced: $13,000/obo. 775-7125. 4 gph 4 cyl, Volvo 488 hrs 1986 Cruises at 18 ‘97 25’ Ta- kts. 8hp Honda. Galva7035 General Pets TRAILER: hoe. Well maintained, nized trailer with new clean, priced to sell, new tires and brakes PowerKITTENS: Persian/Sia- tires. $3,700. 477-1863. winch. JRC Radar and mese, long hair. GPS. Chartplotter Kept $75. (360)461-6472. in covered storage. $7900. (360) 809-9979. PUPPIES: Purebred B E L L B OY: ‘ 7 9 . W i t h C h e s a p e a ke B ay R e newer galvanized trailer, t r i eve r s . 6 fe m a l e , 2 high sides, GPS. male, now taking depos$3,500/obo. its, ready on May 28. (360)683-8171 $600. (360)477-3384. TRAILER: Airstreem ‘93 Excella 1000. 34’, very BELL BOY: ‘80 19’ K33 hull with V8, doesn’t run. nice, in Port Angeles. 9820 Motorhomes $14.500. (206)459-6420. $650. (360)461-2627. B OAT: ‘ 6 7 2 6 ’ C h r i s Craft Cavalier with trailC A M P E R VA N : ‘ 9 4 er. 350 Mercruiser, bow Coachmen 19’ Sarasota. thruster, toilet, electro 93,000 mi., self conscan, windlass, refer, ratained unit. Garage, exdar, GPS, sounder, full cellent condition. c a nva s, d i n g hy, 2 h p $12,200. 360-683-0146. Honda. Asking $14,900. (360)775-0054 MOTORHOME: 28’ Safari Trek. Excellent cond, CATALINA: 22’ sailboat. solar panels, wood floor. Swing keel, with trailer, 4 $25,900. (360)460-5694. HP outboard. $3,800. (928)231-1511.

TRAILER: Sur veyor ‘14 Bunkhouse 28’. Luxurious, sleeps six. Locally owned, only used three times. Full kitchen, bath. Lighted/power awning. Premium audio/TV. Auto climate control. $27,000. (360)8081206.

MOTORHOME: 35’ Class A RV, ‘07 Winnebago Sunrise. 5k mi., 3 slides, call for info bror e . I h a ve a d d e d 7025 Farm Animals cmhauny t h i n g s t o m a ke TRAVEL TRAILER & Livestock owning this RV a treat. Hor net Lite ‘02 25FL. $68,000. Everything works, great C H I C K E N S : B a n t y pnicpon@olypen.com or cond., 1 slide. $7,200. chickens, laying hens (360)461-7322 (360)681-7878 and roosters, 6 months old, and lots of chicks. MOTORHOME: ‘85 Win$2.50-$10. Very healthy. nebago. Diesel, Mistubi(360)683-4427 shi motor, 4 speed, good 9802 5th Wheels tires, good mileage, 2 bed, shower with toilet, 7035 General Pets s t e r e o, A / C, b o d y i s 5TH WHEEL: ‘05 30’ good, needs some work. Mountaineer by Montana. Great floor plan, $3,500. (360)301-5652. like new. $16,500. AKC Registered Labra(360)301-4312 dor Puppies. Available MOTORHOME: Class A, June 6. A $200 nonre- Damon ‘95 Intruder. 34’, f u n d a bl e d e p o s i t w i l l Diesel 230 Cummins turhold puppy of choice. 2 boed after cool, with 6 5TH WHEEL: ‘93 29’ yellow 2 black females. speed Allison, Oshgosh Alpenlite. Rear kitch2 ye l l ow a n d 2 bl a ck f ra m e, 8 0 k m i l e s, n o en, grate for 1 or 2 p e o p l e, l i v i n g r o o m males. (360)461-6671. slides, plus more! s l i d e r , a w n i n g . $25,000/obo. $8,200/obo. AKC West Ger man (360)683-8142 (360)460-6367 Shepherd Puppies. We have three females long 5TH WHEEL: ‘96 28.5’ and stock coat available. 9832 Tents & Coachmen Catalina. 14’ Top European working Travel Trailers slide, rear kitchen, new a n d s h ow l i n e s. V i s i t brakes, awning, battery. vomedentalkennel.com 2 0 1 3 F o r e s t R i v e r $7,500. (360)452-8116. or call. $950. 2 8 0 B H Trave l Tra i l e r. (360) 452-3016 Gorgeous 2013 Forest 5TH WHEEL: Cobra Bichon Frise pups AK- R i v e r 2 8 0 B H Tr a v e l ‘96 RK Corsica, 31’, CReg CH line 2M 2F Trailer. 31’ Used twice two slides, A/C, ceiling b 3 / 2 5 Ve t s h o t s d e - l i ke n ew - s t ove a n d fan, microwave, radio, wormed Parents onsite bathroom never used. casssette, TV, large family raised Small on To many extras to men- clothes closet, good size, big on personality t i o n . A d j u s t a bl e d r o p cond. $6,500. $ 9 0 0 c o m p a n i o n o r hitch with stabilizer bars (360)417-3893 $1,800 show/breeding ( $ 5 0 0 ) . B o o k s f o r $ 2 1 , 0 0 0 + a s k i n g rights. Ready June 3. GARAGE SALE ADS $19,950 firm! Call (360)928-0203 Info Call for details. (360)460-9133 after imagineantics.com/ 360-452-8435 5:00pm. Won’t last long. blog/bichon/ 1-800-826-7714

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5TH WHEEL: Prowler ‘89 215. Clean, no leaks, new raised axles, comes with hitch. $2,000. (360)460-6248

Camper. 1969 Caveman TRAILER: ‘84 24’ Holi- Camper been in covered day Rambler. Sleeps 4, storage. 360-963-2691. new tires/wheels/brakes, asking $1,950. 9050 Marine (360)683-8829

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G L A S P LY: 2 6 ’ c a b i n cr uiser, flying br idge, single Cummins diesel engine, low hrs., radar, VHF radio, CB, depth/ fish finder, dinghy, down r i g g e r s, 1 6 ’ x 3 2 ’ b o a t house. $22,500. (360)457-0684

HEWESCRAFT: 16’ with trailer (new wiring/LED lights). 70 hp, power tilt, bilg, fish finder. $5,500/ obo. (360)477-8122. WALKER BAY RIF: 10’ skiff, new oars/sailing kit, new 30 lb. electric motor, fish finder, trailer. $2,000. (360)683-4272.

9817 Motorcycles FREE: Yamaha ‘04 motorcycle. (360)5508920 jkamanda11 @yahoo.com H A R L E Y: ‘ 0 2 F L S P C Softtail Classic. $6,500. (360)582-5479 after 5 p.m. H A R L E Y: ‘ 9 2 F X R - C. Runs great, looks great. $7,500. (360)670-3530, text or call. H O N DA : ‘ 7 9 C M 4 0 0 . Road bike. $800. (360)683-4761 H O N DA : ‘ 8 0 C X 5 0 0 . Dependable, shaft drive. $600. (360)461-0938. SUZUKI: ‘07 DRZ400S. 2,400 mi., excellent condition. $4,400. (360)683-6999

HONDA: ‘00 Accord EX. Low miles, towable. $8,000. (360)683-5671.

K AWA S A K I : ‘ 0 9 K X 2 5 0 F. E x c e l l e n t cond. Fresh top end. Under 60 hours on bike and always maintained. Original owner. Bike also has new graphics/plastics. Comes with many extras. $3,200/obo. (360)775-7996

9740 Auto Service & Parts PARTS: Model A Ford. $20-$275. (360)683-5649

9180 Automobiles Classics & Collect.

1965 MUSTANG R E A DY TO D R I V E . 2 Door Hardtop, 289 Automatic. Less than 5000 miles on engine. Front Disk Brakes, Power Assist Steering, R/H. Very Clean. $17,500. Call (360)670-5661 between 8AM and 8PM (No answer leave message.) CHEV: ‘38 Pickup. New 6 cyl motor, solid bed, body, frame, perfect for street or original. $12,500. (360)457-1374

HYUNDAI: ‘09 Accent. 2 d o o r, m a n u a l t r a n s . 19,600 mi. Sell or trade for small truck. $8,450. (360)683-3212. 1995 Nissan Quest, non s m o ke r, 9 7 k o r i g m i . HYUNDAI: ‘10 Elantra. Runs great. Auto OD, Immaculate condition, P S, P B, P W, C r u i s e, silver, good running or- A / C , d e l a y w i p e r s , der, 5 brand new tires A M / F M / C a s s e t t e . A l l and bat., detailed int., glass good. Dependable. A / C, p owe r w i n d ow s. 1 8 - 2 4 m p g . S e a t s 7 . $12,500 firm. Well maintained. Par t (360)417-5188 Trade? (360)452-7439. JAGUAR: ‘12 FX. 1 of 200 with special sports pkg., extra low miles. $43,900 (360)765-4599 LINCOLN: ‘96 Continental. Needs work, beautiful car. $850/obo. (360)681-5332 M A Z DA : ‘ 0 6 5 . 6 2 k miles, very good cond., new tires, shocks, brakes, rotors. $9,000. (360)417-6956 OLDS: ‘85 Firenza. runs great, $700/obo. (360)912-4157 TOYOTA : ‘ 0 0 C a m r y. A / C, l e a t h e r s e a t s, 4 cyl., runs good. $4,999. (360)374-3309 V O LV O : ‘ 0 2 C r o s s Countr y V70XC. 159k miles, loaded. $4,500. (360)385-7576

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LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Transit Board Meeting LocationSekiu N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the Clallam Transit System Board’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting in May 2014 will be held on Monday, May 19, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. in the Main Floor Meeting Room at the Clallam Bay-Sekiu Community Center, 42 Rice Street, Sekiu, Washington. Wendy Clark-Getzin, PE General Manager Legal No. 562634 Pub: May 18, 2014

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CHEV: ‘57 4 door se- 9434 Pickup Trucks dan. Project car, tons of Others extra parts. $3,800. (360)374-5068 CHEV: ‘70 K-20. 4x4, CHEV: ‘87 Camaro Iroc partial restoration, auto, Convertible. Disassemb- 350, extras. $5,500 or led, good body, no motor part trade. 452-5803. /trans, ready to restore! FORD ‘00 F-350 SUPER $500. (360)379-5243. DUTY TRITON V-10 C H E V Y : ‘ 5 5 C A M E O. D a r k bl u e, 1 1 0 K . N o credit checks! Buy here, V8, hydramatic, red/tan, p ay h e r e ! L owe s t i n used to show. $40,000. house financing rates (360)683-7789 garunteed. $12,900. FORD: ‘07 Mustang GT. The Other Guys Convertable, always garaged, Windveil blue, tan Auto and Truck Center 360-417-3788 top, mint condition, less theotherguys.com than 16k miles. $23,500. (360)683-5682 FORD: ‘01 F150. 131k FORD: (2) 1966 F100s. miles. $3,900/obo. 1 long bed, with ‘390’ C6 (360)640-0111 tranny, power steering, power disc brakes, runs FORD ‘06 MUSTANG and drives. 1 short bed, V6, loaded, with extras, 6 c y l . 4 s p e e d , n i c e 102k. 90 days same as wheels and tires, runs cash! Military Discounts! and drives. Both trucks Buy here, pay here! $4,000. (360)809-0082. $9,595. The Other Guys MGTD: ‘52 Roadster. All Auto and Truck Center orig., ex. cond. $16,000. 360-417-3788 (360)683-3300 theotherguys.com

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FORD: ‘76 F250. V8, low miles, need mechanic. $1,000. (360)582-9480 AUDI: ‘08 A4. 2.0 turbo, e c o n o my a n d p e r fo r - FORD: ‘98 F150. King mance, all power, 6 CD cab, 2WD, 3 door, one changer, sunroof, sil- owner, 179k miles, good ver/gray leather, front cond. $3,850. WD, newer Michelin tires (360)912-4535 with 7K, 82,100 miles. $ 1 6 , 0 0 0 o r t a ke ove r FORD: ‘99 F250. Super duty, super cab, SLT, paymnts. (360)683-7789 V10, 6.8 liter, auto, 4x4, BUICK: ‘05 Lacross CXL tow pkg., records, will 6-cyl, loaded! Excellent. take firearms in trade. Reduced to $8,500/obo. $6,000. (360)417-2056. (360)460-7527 FORD: F-350 1 ton dualC H E V : ‘ 8 4 C o r v e t t e . ly. Newer engine, dump Nice daily driver, 2-tone truck PTO! Money makbronze, 49K orig., auto, er! $3,100. 460-0518. all options, glass top. GMC: ‘04 Duramax. $8,500. (360)565-8379. 2 5 0 0 H D, 4 x 4 , s h o r t CHRYSLER: ‘01 Con- bed, extras, 108K mi. cord. New tires, good $24,000. (360)461-0088 condition. $2,250/obo. GMC: ‘91 3500 SLE. (360)928-3514 Ext. cab., auto trans OD CC, tran cooler, aux fuel tank, tow package, EBC, LB, DRW, 454 with thorley Headers, 15k 5th wheel hitch, 113,700 miles. (360)477-9119

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe will receive Project Proposal SEALED BIDS at the Lower Elwha Tribal Center reception desk located at 2851 Lower Elwha Road, Port Angeles, WA 98363 until 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 4th, 2014; and then and there will open and publicly read the bids for the construction of the: SPOKWES DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT The right is reserved by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe to reject any and all Project Proposals and to waiver informalities in the bidding. Bid Documents, including Plans and Special Provisions, are available through the DJC and various Plan Centers, and will also be on file for inspection at the Lower Elwha Tribal Center. Bid documents will also be available in electronic PDF format on a CD at no cost from SCJ Alliance (contact: Bob Jewell, office: 360-352-1465, cell: 360-584-8997); allow 2 business days for delivery). The improvement(s) for which Project Proposals will be received is described below: This project consists of the reconstruction of Spokwes Drive. The project includes clearing and grubbing, pulverizing existing asphalt pavement, miscellaneous removals, grading, culver ts, paving, pedestrian scale illumination, permanent signing, pavement markings, erosion and traffic control, and other work, all in accordance with the attached Contract Plans, Special Provisions, and the Standard Specifications. The following is applicable to this federal aid project:

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat.252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, Part 21, nondiscrimination in federally assisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color or national origin in consideration of an award.

There will be a Pre-Bid Meeting at the project site on Thursday, May 22, 2014 convening at 11:00 a.m. The Tribal Project Manager and the Engineer will be present to discuss the project. Pub: May 15, 18, 25, 2014 Legal No. 562013

SURPLUS BUILDING SALE PUD # 1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY BID NO. 140701 Notice is hereby given that PUD No. 1 of Clallam County, Washington, invites bids for the removal of a two story 2,374 square foot wood structure, located on PUD property at 261032 Highway 101 (formally Coastal View Office Building). Public viewings will be available as listed below. There is also a general description and pictures on the PUD website www.clallampud.net

The successful Bidder shall provide all labor, equipment, and any permits necessary to remove the structure from the site. The successful Bidder will TOYOTA : ‘ 0 7 Ta c o m a be required to provide a certificate of liability insuaccess cab. V6, 4x4, ex- rance with the PUD named as additional insured tra set of tires and rims within ten (10) days of bid award. w i t h s e n s o r s, a u t o, All materials and equipment shall be cut off at the cruise, A/C, 42k miles. interface of the structure with the foundation. All $26,500/obo structural materials, equipment and debris, includ(360)452-7214 ing those located in the basement must be removed from the site within thirty (30) days from the date of 9556 SUVs the District’s issuing a notice to proceed.

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Sealed bids will be received at the District’s office at 2431 E. Highway 101, Port Angeles, Washington, Attention: Karen Abbott, until 3:00 p.m., June 2, 2014. Bid forms will be available at the time of inspection or upon request from any District office. Additional information may be obtained from Charlie McCaughan at 360-452-9771 ext. 510 or 360565-3510. Pub: May 18, 2014 Legal No. 562667

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The property may be inspected between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 and between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 24, 2014. A District representative will be on site during those hours.

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matter time Year later, no physical signs of ’dozer rampage, but still scars KEITH THORPE (4)/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

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Mary and Dan Davis discuss the modular homes on property they own at Baker Street trast to the morning of May 10 last and Pioneer Road in Gales Addition east of Port Angeles on Friday. A previous home at year after a bulldozer was used to the site was destroyed during a bulldozer rampage in May 2013.

PORT ANGELES — Most people walking by this quiet Gales Addition neighborhood just east of Port Angeles would probably never guess that someone on a logging bulldozer ripped through homes and other property there more than a year ago. Very little seems out of place now on North Baker Street near East Pioneer Road, where two new manufactured homes sit on property owned by Dan Davis, 75. The scene today is a stark con-

carve a swath of destruction through the neighborhood. Barry Swegle, 52, who had lived in the neighborhood for decades, is charged with one count of first-degree assault with a deadly weapon and four counts each of first-degree malicious mischief and first-degree burglary with a deadly weapon — “to wit, a bulldozer.” He remains in the Clallam County jail in lieu of $1 million bail, having been declared compe-

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tent to stand trial, and is set to feels he and his wife, Mary, also 75, appear in county Superior Court were the primary targets of the for a trial-setting hearing at 9 a.m. destruction that day. Barbara Porter, whose home Tuesday. was smashed when the bulldozer pushed a manufactured home Dan Emotional scars Davis owned into hers, also is In Gales Addition, most of the haunted. physical damage has been “I still dream about Barry. I repaired, but for those whose prop- guess I probably will all of my life,” erty was destroyed, emotional said Porter, 73, who shares her scars remain. Pioneer Road home with her hus“I don’t think we’ll ever get over band, James. the whole thing,” said Davis, who “Every time I hear heavy equipment, I get this sick feeling.” The rampaging bulldozer left four homes damaged or destroyed and laid waste to outbuildings, a Ford F-250 pickup truck, a riding lawn mower, a boat and a power pole, which cut electrical power to thousands of people. The infamous bulldozer is no longer there. It was taken as evidence in the case and is in a “secure location,” said Ron Cameron, chief criminal deputy with the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office. The attack made news around the world and was the subject of a Sept. 27 episode of the newsmagazine TV show “20/20” focusing on neighbor disputes.

LEFT: A crushed truck and a house knocked off its foundation sit as part of the aftermath of a rampage by a man driving a logging bulldozer May 10, 2013.

A downed power pole, a crushed truck and a destroyed house at 309 N. Baker St. east of Port Angeles are left in the wake of a logging bulldozer rampage last year. Electrical power to the area was cut when a power pole was toppled.

(You can view a video of the “20/20” show at http://tinyurl. com/pdnbulldozer ) Witnesses and law enforcement officials have said Swegle had a long-simmering dispute with Davis over a fence Davis had built near Swegle’s dirt driveway. A year later, Davis has replaced the Pioneer Road manufactured home the bulldozer tore off its foundation with two new buildings. The Ryan Drive home Davis shared with his wife had to be demolished after the bulldozer heavily damaged three of the house’s four main sides. “I would say it would cost us probably . . . I would say $375,000 total on all the property,” Davis said, adding that most has been covered by his insurance. Recovery, though, has meant a year’s worth of work for the retiree. “This whole year has just been work for me,” Davis said. “We’ve been busy with the insurance company, busy with all of the [buildings].” Work on the new Ryan Drive home is expected to be wrapped up in July, Davis said, though both he and his wife are not yet sure whether they can live in the neighborhood again.

Live in peace? “We’ve got to see if [we can] live here in peace. If we can’t, we can’t,” Davis said. A year after the bulldozer tore through Porter’s backyard, damaging landscaping and destroying a tool shed, she said she and her husband have more or less repaired or replaced what was lost to the tune of about $10,000. “It’s coming together. At least we can live here. The Davises couldn’t live in their home,” Porter said. “We’re doing OK.” Davis said he had heard there was a plea bargain under consideration for Swegle that he thinks would mean too little prison time for him. “I would like [someone] to know that we are not really satisfied,” Davis said. “If this comes down to a plea bargain, that is not justice for us.” “We’re not out for vengeance. We’re trying to live in peace is what we’re trying to do,” Davis added. Porter said she had also heard about a potential plea bargain, adding that she had “mixed feelings.” “I’d like to see [Swegle] put away so I don’t have to worry about him, but I don’t want to see him be there forever either,” Porter said. John Troberg, Clallam County chief criminal deputy prosecuting attorney, confirmed he has spoken with the Davises and the Porters but could not comment further because the case is still pending. “I really can’t confirm or deny any offer,” Troberg said. He added that there is no formal plea offer at this time. In April, Swegle turned down a plea offer from the Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, according to his attorney, Karen Unger of Port Angeles. He rejected an offer to serve 57 months, or just less than five years, in prison in exchange for pleading guilty to residential burglary, several malicious mischief counts and a charge related to damaging a power pole May 10, she said then. TURN

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Cat conundrum: Virus takes a jump LAST MONTH, THE folks at Banfield Pet Hospital, who care for more than 2.7 million pets nationwide, including 470,000 cats, released their 2014 State of Pet Health report. It included a startling statistic: a 48 percent increase in the prevalence of feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) infection in cats seen at Banfield’s more than 850 hospitals. Does it mean your cat is at risk? Not necessarily. A lot depends on his lifestyle. Cats can get FIV through contact with saliva from an infected cat. Cats with the disease typically acquire it through bite wounds when they get in fights with FIVinfected cats. That’s a really good reason to keep your cat indoors. We don’t know what’s behind the increased incidence in FIV infection. It’s not explained by changes in the rates of testing or vaccination. What is known from the report is that male cats are three times as likely to be infected with FIV as female cats and that adult, unneutered cats were 3.5 times more likely to be infected with FIV as adult cats who were spayed or neutered. That makes sense because unneutered tomcats are the ones who are going to be out there fighting and biting. Interestingly, a recent study found no evidence that FIV-positive cats living peacefully with disease-free cats passed on the disease. In the same study, FIV-positive mothers did not pass on the disease to their kittens. So while the possibility of transmission is there, simple

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exposure to an infected cat may not be as risky as previously thought — as long as the cats are friendly toward each other. There are a couple of important things to know about FIV. First, while FIV is contagious among cats, it’s not transmissible to humans. Second, it’s not a death sentence. It’s not curable, but with good care, cats with FIV infections can live long, healthy lives. FIV affects the immune system, so cats with the disease can be more prone to respiratory, dental, eye or skin infections. Cats with FIV may develop a fever or seem tired all the time. Chronic diarrhea and weight loss are also associated with FIV. Some cats don’t show any signs, although they are still infectious. Protect an FIV-infected cat from injuries or wounds that could cause secondary bacterial infections as well as from other viruses and parasites that could cause illness. Depending on your cat’s lifestyle, environment and clinical signs, your veterinarian may recommend other measures as well to manage the disease. The most important safety measure you can take is to keep your cat indoors — both to prevent exposure to potential injuries and infections and to make sure he doesn’t spread the disease to other cats.

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strong and loving relationship with the family dog reinforces that he’s really a member of the family. Here are some good ways to do that: ■ Have your child help you with pet care tasks. Depending on your child’s age, this can include things like refilling the water bowl, washing the food bowl, giving the dog his monthly flea-control or heartworm pill or stuffing a Kong toy for him. That helps reinforce the importance of regular pet care. ■ Take your child to training class with the dog. It’s important for everyone to learn how to train correctly. And when you go to class, you can get help from the trainer right away if you’re having problems. ■ Make sure you all practice what you learn in training class at home during the week. Call it “dog homework.” ■ Teach your children to respect the dog’s space. They should leave him alone when he’s in his crate, on his bed or eating a meal. ■ Let your child help you walk the dog, first with each of you holding a leash attached to Q&A — with Mikkel Becker the dog’s collar and then under Q: We have a dog, and we supervision. want to teach our kids to When your child is old enough learn to love and care for him and has learned what to do in as much as we do. case, say, a stray dog approaches, What are some good ways you’ll have a built-in dog walker we can do that? — via Faceas well as a budding dog lover. book

A vaccination is available for FIV, but it is not among the core vaccines recommended by the American Association of Feline Practitioners. That’s because it doesn’t protect against all the strains of FIV and because the FIV test cannot distinguish between the actual disease and the antibodies produced by vaccination. That can make test results unclear if a cat’s vaccination history is unknown. The AAFP recommends the vaccine only for cats who are at high risk of infection — in other words, cats who go outdoors. Those cats should have a microchip indicating they’ve had the vaccination to prevent any confusion about their infection status. Your veterinarian may suggest testing your cat for FIV if she has a fever, frequent infections or other signs of illness. A simple and accurate blood test gives rapid results. Kittens born to FIV-infected mothers may test positive while they are young but negative after they are 6 months old, so it can be a good idea to retest them after that age.

A: Sounds like you are already off to a good start. We think no one should get a dog for the kids unless they truly would love having a dog themselves. Helping children build a

The Buzz — with Kim Campbell Thornton ■ It’s a pet peeve of many train travelers: Amtrak doesn’t allow their four-footed friends on board, with the exception of service dogs.

But a six-month program in Illinois is testing the idea, on the Illinois Zephyr and Carl Sandburg trains between Chicago and Quincy. Riders with pets (dogs or cats up to 20 pounds) must reserve seats in advance and pay a pet fee of $25. As on airplanes, they must ride in carriers that fit beneath the seat. Reservations are available through Nov. 2. “Amtrak is supportive of accommodating pets on trains, and through direct collaboration with the Illinois Department of Transportation and a working group led by U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham of California, we are optimistic a plan can be reached to accommodate the needs and concerns of all our passengers,” says Amtrak President and CEO Joe Boardman. ■ Say cheese! Admit it. You take more pictures of your pet than of your spouse, don’t you? Research last year by British pet insurance company Direct Line found that a whopping 90 percent of dog owners take more pictures of their pets than their partners, with 31 percent taking pictures of pets daily. The photos end up as screen savers (86 percent) and on social media profiles (45 percent). Because, let’s face it — pets are just cuter than spouses.

_________ 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.petconnection.com. Or write to them c/o Universal/UClick, 1130 Walnut St., Kansas City, MO 64106.

Gales: Brother awaiting word on damage costs CONTINUED FROM C1 awaiting word from the Porters’ attorney on an amount Swegle has remained for their damages. He said he has not had incarcerated since his arrest contact with the Davises. more than a year ago. Though not condoning A trial date had been set for Sept. 24, but it was what his brother allegedly indefinitely delayed until did, Jeff Swegle said he Swegle’s mental compe- feels Davis may have protency could be determined. voked Barry Swegle during Superior Court Judge a longstanding disagreeGeorge Wood declared Swe- ment over the placement of gle incompetent in October a fence. “I don’t believe [Davis is] and ordered him to undergo treatment Nov. 1 at Western a completely innocent State Hospital in Lakewood. bystander,” Jeff Swegle After Swegle’s return to said. Porter said she wishes Clallam County in March, Wood declared him compe- good things for Barry Swetent in April based on a gle, whom she has known report from Western State since he was a child. “I hope he has some sort and the opinion of Dr. Brian Grant, a psychiatrist from of life,” Porter said. “I’d like him to feel good the University of Washington whom Unger had evalu- and happy and have good feelings.” ate Swegle. ________ Jeff Swegle, Barry’s older brother, said he has Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can settled out of court with two be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. people whose property was 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula damaged May 10 and is dailynews.com.

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SEQUIM — The long list of bands, from big-name to home-town, would not fit onto the poster. So what do you do, when you’re designing the iconic image for a music festival, and space is too tight to include the local bands? If you’re Anna Yates, you find a way. In wild colors.

said Anna, who is wife to Bill Yates and mother to Zoe, 11, Loudon, 6, and Roo, 4. She also works as community outreach and volunteer coordinator at Five Acre School in Dungeness.

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ill, a sound engineer and music producer, runs Dungeness Community Studios, where Anna Yates chose “Dr. Seuss bands including colors” for her Juan de Fuca FarmStrong and the Festival of the Arts poster. Old Sidekicks have recorded albums in nna, the crefront of live audiences. Anna’s art lair is ator of the 2014 Juan de Fuca Fespart of the studios, which are behind the tival of the Arts poster — now a Yateses’ home. T-shirt too — has figured out how to fit Zoe helped her mother choose the hues lists onto fliers, artfully. She does the for the Juan de Fuca Festival poster, while same thing in her life, a jammed one balBill dubbed them “Dr. Seuss colors.” These anced on community and artistic expresare “Green Eggs and Ham blue and Fox in sion. Socks green,” he says. “I like multi-tasking. I feel really blessed to be doing all that I’m doing,” TURN TO YATES/C5

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Family’s descendents helped shape PT AS PROMISED IN last month’s Back When — Jefferson County column, here are the interesting profiles of Nathaniel and Sallie Hill’s family and their pioneering spirit that helped building Port Townsend. In addition to their eldest son, Dan Jr., Nathaniel and Sallie Haddock Hill had three more children: Kate Davis, born in 1860; Howard Hazeltine, born in 1864; and Robert Hazen. In August 1868, the Port Townsend Call reported the Aug. 6 death of Robert Hazen Hill on Whidbey Island, referring to him as the “little son” of N.D. Hill. Nathaniel mentioned him in a letter written in his old age, but the cause of his death wasn’t clear.

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It is also not clear who assumed the care of the three little boys, the youngest of whom was 3 weeks old, while Alfred was in Olympia serving in the Legislature. The assumption might be made that members of the large Hill and Plummer families stepped in to help. Alfred remarried in 1893 to Rosella Francis Levitt. Four years later, he died at the age of 41 from a wound received four days earlier. Hill-Plummer family His gun fired accidenKate tally when he lost his footDavis Hill ing while climbing a fence married on a Saturday morning Alfred hunting trip at the Walter Plummer Crockett ranch on Whidbey Jr., son of Island. one of Port The 1900 U.S. Census Townsend’s shows that Kate and founders, in Kate Hill Alfred’s sons were living in 1881. Alfred Plummer Seattle with their stepbuilt a in 1889 mother Rosella, who had, by house for his then, married Thomas Fisher. family at 716 Taylor St. This The oldest son, Earl, was house was sold in 1900 to just 22 when he “met an Edgar Sims and is now untimely death at the known as the Sims House. hands of an assassin” in Alfred had worked in the Kirkland in 1903. C.C. Bartlett and Co. store, His obituary in the Port then as a salesman for Townsend Leader reported D.C.H. Rothschild and Co., that his remains were and later as a purser on brought to Port Townsend Puget Sound steamers. on the Whatcom and met by The year he married a large number of relatives Kate, he went into the groand friends who attended a cery and bakery business in graveside service for him. Tacoma with his brother Elmer Plummer emiEnoch, but Alfred returned grated to Canada in 1911, to Port Townsend 18 months after living for short times later and, with two partin Los Angeles and in Pendners, established the Port leton, Ore. He was married Townsend Foundry and to Heppie Mae Eaton and Machine Co., “one of the they had two daughters, most important enterprises Virginia Rosella and Shirley in the city” during its build- Roymane. ing boom years in the 1880s Elmer died at age 59 of and 1890s. a cerebral hemorrhage in Alfred was also promiCalgary, Alberta, in 1945. nent in Republican politics. Fred Plummer remained He was a county commisin Seattle, where he had sioner for four years and two years of college studyserved two terms on the city ing music. He continued council. throughout his life to work He served in the first as a musician and piano state Legislature in 1889 teacher. and was re-elected for a secHe married Madge Freer ond term. There, he “distin- in 1910. Census records guished himself as a fearfrom 1930 and 1940 show less and able advocate, and that Fred’s cousin, Guy as a parliamentarian he Terry — son of Fred and Ida had no peer.” Plummer Terry — lived with them and worked in Early deaths Seattle as a butcher. Fred Plummer died in Kate and Alfred had five Seattle in 1962 at age 73. children, one of who died in infancy. The others were Howard Hazeltine Hill Alfred Earl, born in 1882; Howard, born in 1883; Nathaniel’s younger son, Elmer Davis, born in 1886, Howard Hazeltine Hill, and Fred, born in 1889. attended school in Oakland, Soon after Fred’s birth Calif. He returned to Port on July 7, his brother How- Townsend to join his ard became ill with “diphbrother, Daniel Hill Sr., and theritic croup” and died on their father in the pharJuly 26, 1889. macy business in 1881. Two days later, the In January 1889, How29-year-old Kate also died. ard married Elizabeth There are no available Payne, whom he had met at records to reveal her cause the home of her uncle, William Payne, who lived at of death.

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N.D. Hill with his grandchildren in about 1895. Standing from left are Alfred Earl Plummer, Daniel H. Hill Jr., Fred Plummer and Elmer Plummer. Seated from left are Sallie Hazeltine Hill, N.D. Hill and Howard Norman Hill. Lawrence and Taylor streets. Elizabeth and her sister, Mary, had moved to Washington from the Canadian province of New Brunswick in 1884. She had obtained a teaching certificate in Canada at age 15, and taught school in New Brunswick, Port Ludlow and at Port Townsend’s Central School. Howard and his family lived with Nathaniel and Sallie in their home at 1310 Clay St. In October 1889, Elizabeth gave birth to Sallie Hazeltine Hill, the third grandchild of N.D. Hill to be born that year. Howard and Elizabeth had two more children, (Howard) Norman in 1891, and Francel Elizabeth in 1901. Howard and Elizabeth were members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Elizabeth was involved in the War Camp Community Service organization during World War I while Howard was active in the Commercial Club, Chamber of Commerce, Elks and the Port Townsend Golf Club.

Pharmacy moved In 1922, Howard moved the downtown pharmacy from the N.D. Hill building to the Bartlett building. He sold the business to T.H. (Harry) Baker in 1945, but it continued to operate under the name N.D. Hill and Sons, and Howard continued to work there for a few additional years. In 1961, Baker sold the pharmacy to Don Hoglund, and it began operating under its current name, Don’s Pharmacy. Elizabeth Payne Hill died at age 76 “after a lingering illness” in January 1939. In May 1951, as one of the longest residents of Port Townsend, Howard was named Pioneer King of the Port Townsend City Centennial celebration. In April 1958 he fell, fractured a vertebra, which accelerated his failing

versity, San Francisco Community College and the University of California at Berkeley. She retired in 1952 and spent 13 months traveling abroad where she developed a strong interest in Europe’s fine arts. In 1954, Sallie returned to Port Townsend to take care of her father in his last years. After his death and the sale of the family home, she returned to Europe for eight months. She returned to Port Townsend where she took up residence at 1216 Franklin St. because her cousin, Dan Hill Jr., and his wife, Edna, were still living just a few blocks away on Fillmore Street. She was active in the Howard Hazeltine Hill with Minna Hilton as Port Jefferson County Historical Townsend Centennial Pioneer King and Queen in Society and wrote the essay May 1951. “Pioneer Women in the Puget Sound Country” for banker from health. the society’s book Pride in He died July 11, 1958, at Montana. Heritage. age 93. At the time of his They lived Sallie also served on the death, he was the longest in Hawaii in Port Townsend Library continuous male resident of the 1920s, Board in the 1960s. She was Port Townsend. and their grand marshal of the 1971 Howard’s son, Norman, first two Rhododendron Parade, celereceived a degree in civil sons, Roderbrating the city’s 120th engineering from the Uniick and Neil Sallie anniversary. versity of Washington. He were born Hazeltine In a letter written at the entered the Army Engineer there. They Hill in 1965 time of Dan Jr.’s death in Corps as a first lieutenant were back in 1975, Sallie said: in 1917, and served in Washington by 1932 when “I suddenly find myself World War I at the Allied their son, Hugh, was born. very old with all the waverExpeditionary Force DebarFrancis was a vice presi- ing bewilderment of really kation and Supply base in dent at Commercial Bank in old age. Dan and I were of Saint-Nazaire, France. an age . . . born in 1889. Seattle in the 1940s. He By the end of the war, he died in 1950. When we were children, had been promoted to capFrancel Hill Walker con- there were 16 members of tain. Norman then worked the Hill family living in Port tinued to live in Seattle for the state Highway until her death in May 1979 Townsend. Now, I am the last, and I feel sharply the Department, heading the at age 78. loneliness.” district division in Yakima. Sallie Hazeltine Hill, Sallie died in April 1977, During World War II, he Howard’s oldest child, was moved to the Highway the last of the N.D. and Rob- at a Mercer Island nursing Department’s executive ert C. Hill families to reside home. She was 87 years old. Her memorial service office in Olympia. He was in Port Townsend. married just after World She graduated from Port was held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, and she is War I to Doris May BowTownsend High School in buried in the family plot at man Walsh from Belling1907 and from the UniverLaurel Grove Cemetery. ham, and they had one sity of Washington in 1911. daughter, Mary Elizabeth. _______ She taught English in La Norman died in Olympia Conner, Toppenish and Linnea Patrick is a historian in 1966 at age 75. Seattle before moving to and retired Port Townsend Public Howard’s younger Library director. Her Jefferson San Francisco in the early County history column, Back daughter, Francel Elizabeth, 1920s. When, appears on the third Suncompleted three years of colShe taught at Mission day of each month in Peninsula lege before she married High School for 30 years Profile. Patrick can be reached at Francis Ward Walker, a and served on the summer lpatrick@olympus.net. Her next column will appear June 15. faculties at Stanford Uni-

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“I like the hand-drawn stuff,” Anna adds, showing a visitor the artwork she drew for Sugar Beet Baby, the new line of lavender products for children at Jardin du Soleil, the organic farm just up the road. Yes, it’s hard to put handdrawn posters and labels into production, but Anna notes that Lynda Perry at In Graphic Detail in Sequim “has taken care of me every step of the way.” Anna didn’t think her design would be the chosen one for the 21st annual Juan de Fuca Festival. “It’s so different from anything we’ve had before,” said Carol Pope, a longtime staffer with the Memorial Day weekend event. But “those really colors pop.” And it helped that Anna fit some three dozen festival acts onto the thing, including eight local groups. Behind the scenes, Anna and Bill both support and add to the local music community. This summer will bring the second annual Jungible Festival, a day of music, food and play at Jardin du Soleil. The Yateses joined the lavender farm’s relatively new owners, Paul and Jordan Schiefen, last year to produce the festival. Envisioning an outdoor, kidfriendly party, Anna and Jordan formed Come Together Productions, and chose the 17th-century word jungible for its connotations of, well, coming together.

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the performance. Bill, in high contrast, seeks to bring out the band’s essence. That’s more important than making a technically flawless record, Cort believes. Bill is himself a songwriter, singer and guitarist. He used to appear with other local musicians at the Buzz, the Sequim cafe that held open-mic night every Wednesday for years before closing in 2012.

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hich is what happened when the two couples put the word out. Patty McManus Huber of Nash’s Organic Produce, the McCartheys at Dungeness Valley Creamery and Ellie Schmidt of Sunny Farms Country Store came forward with a “We’re in,” Anna said, and soon there were healthful foods and children’s activities to go with the lineup of bands. The first Jungible Festival didn’t turn a big profit. But “we did well enough to do it again. And the bands had a good time,” said Anna. Bill described the moment when, for him, the fest was a success. His best friend, a guy who does not dance, did. He was out there by the lavender, fully engaged with Polyrhythmics, the eight-piece Seattle band specializing in African rhythms. Polyrhythmics will be back for the 2014 Jungible Festival, set for Saturday, Sept. 13, at Jardin du Soleil, 3932 Sequim-Dungeness Way about 4 miles north of town. The band Br’er Rabbit from Bellingham and Armstrong Lawton Katz, a group blending players from Dungeness and Seattle, are also on the list. Another three or four bands will be added. But

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in 2013. The year before that, Cort, his wife Kia and a small flock of guest musicians made an album, also called “Live in Dungeness,” with Bill at the helm. The experience “was kind of magical,” said Kia. “The studio is so beautiful and ort Armstrong is the cozy. In our case, the musicians Dungeness player in Arm- were not amplified. The audience strong Lawton Katz — and was hearing the raw music,” she an array of other bands including added. Blue Rooster and FarmStrong. Anna created the artwork for The latter recorded a CD, “Live both CDs, giving them a countryin Dungeness: The Summer Ses- folk look befitting the music sions” in Bill and Anna’s studios inside.

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Cort, for his part, hails Bill Yates as one of the best recording engineers he’s worked with. “Bill promotes the idea of recording live because of the interaction with the audience,” Cort said. “It’s a challenge to do any kind of live thing,” but the result, while not without its imperfections, was what the musicians hoped for. Cort has worked with producers who had differing ideas of what the recording should sound like. And when musicians and producer don’t — in Cort’s word — resonate, it hurts

nna and Bill met in Nashville while both were students at David Lipscomb College, now Lipscomb University. They eloped to New Orleans in April 1991, then moved around some before coming to Seattle. They would go camping on the Olympic Peninsula — until they found a house, surrounded by farm fields, that they could make their home. Bill’s musician-building contractor friends have helped him construct and expand Dungeness Community Studios. And like Anna, Bill wants to use his skills to bring other local artists into the light. Making a record, he said, is like putting up a big, open piece of butcher paper and fingerpainting on it together. A music festival, be it Juan de Fuca in May or Jungible in September, can be like that too. When you’re an artist, when you play music, it spills over naturally into the rest of your life. With the Jungible Festival, it was “Hey, I’ve got an idea,” says Bill. Then, “OK, let’s try it.” “He’s incorrigible,” Anna says of her husband of 23 years. “We’re peas in a pod.”


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MY 9-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER wants to do everything her 11-year-old brother does. In fact, if there is a coed sports team, she will try out for it and then hang with the boys and snub the girls. She’s not interested in anything else but competitive sports. My husband and I are worried that although she is a tomboy, allowing her to be involved too frequently with boys will influence her even more to pull away from her own gender. Is this a passing stage or should we really be concerned?

SOME ROMANCES START out with moonlight walks, pet names, funny cards and fancy dinners. Others begin with cold, hard cash. Meet Scott and Kim. They were both teachers and pretty good friends — nothing more. Scott had made it a rule never to date anyone he worked with. Kim understood. But when she left teaching to go into real estate she sent him a note, just to keep in touch. It came at a time when Scott was kind of low. His best buddy had just moved out of town, and it had left a void in his life. He needed someone to pal around with, someone to go to dinner with and the movies. Kim was available.

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Parent to Parent Jodie Lynn brother. When I was growing up, I wanted to do everything my older brother did to show him I could do whatever it he was involved in just as well. I did this out of respect for my brother. This also might be the case for your daughter. And, yes, I was a huge tomboy up until 13 or so. She may also feel more comfortable and safer around her brother. As long as he is OK with it and there’s not constant squabbling, let her continue to play on coed teams. Kids grow up quickly, especially in today’s society. One day, before you know it, she’ll find her own path. It may even be in sports. Who knows?

My daughter did the same thing when she was that age. She just simply idolized her big brother. However, around the age of 14, she was into supporting the girl’s teams more and never joined another coed team. In fact, she went on to become a cheerleader in high school and married her boyfriend from college. If I were you, I would not worry about it. Can you help? — Tracy Smith in Chicago Is there such a thing as balancing chores between From Jodie kids who are two years apart? Some little girls are just I have a 8-year-old girl way more competitive than and a 10-year-old boy. The others. Your daughter may girl wants to do more feel girls her age are not as chores than her brother serious about sports on an and even does them better. all-girls team as opposed to It’s a constant struggle to one that has boys on it. Plus, get him to complete his she may feel whatever is chores each week. good enough for her brother Should I allow him to is good enough for her. pay her to do certain ones She could also have a that he hates? little friendly sibling ________ rivalry going on with her

marriage proposal. “She was shocked,” Scott says. “She never expected a great passionate love in her life. In fact, she truly believed no one would ever ask her to marry. I wasn’t in the market, either. “Well, I don’t know if Cheryl Lavin she quite believed me, but she said she’d look. The night. I’d cook a nice meal; next day, I left town to visit my brother. When I got we’d watch TV. We liked back a week later, she each other a lot and eventually became best friends. picked me up at the airport and told me she’d found a But I never thought of house. marrying her.” “Then I started to get Meanwhile, Scott and cold feet,” he says. “I Kim were both living in thought what am I getting one-bedroom apartments. “I wanted a house,” says into? A house? A wife? So I Scott. “I was tired of paying made a really low offer for it. The owners of the house rent, but all I could afford were real fix-ups or decent took it.” Three months later, places in bad neighborwith the school librarian as hoods. Kim wanted a their witness, they house, too. exchanged vows. “It wasn’t a very romanMarrying for house tic wedding,” says Scott. New besties “One night after quite a “The night before, we had “Neither of us was few Southern Comforts, I both slept in our own seeing anybody, and we said, ‘Gee, with both our apartments and finished both wanted to go incomes, we could afford packing.” places, so we just started something nice.’ I said, ‘If Scott says their first going together,” says you can find a house we year was spent getting Scott. “We’d make sure both like, why don’t we get used to living with each the other wasn’t going to married?’” other. be alone on Saturday “We did fine,” Scott says. Not the most romantic

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Wow, that took an unexpected turn. But I hear you, which is all you want from your husband, correct? A chance to vent, not a repair manual, which can often diminish us all over again. Unfortunately, some people — myself included — need only hear a problem before we launch into solution strategies. This may go to deep-seated feelings that we are only as valuable as the value we provide. But that’s not your problem. Well, actually, it is. Explain to your husband, calmly, that sometimes you only want to express your frustration to get it out of your system — not for him to fix it for you. Then help him out. The next time you share an annoyance, begin by saying: “I am now venting. No advice needed.” Then

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Courtship, croons spring mysteries THERE ARE BIRDRELATED questions I just can’t answer. There. I’ve admitted it, and quite gladly. Among the puzzlers received over the years, one pops up every now and then. “Why do birds call at night — when they’re not owls?” Even more puzzling is, “Why does a bird sing in the middle of the night?” That’s one I would like answered just for me. The nocturnal singer was a house finch.

En plein air We heard it because the warm summer evening had us sleeping with all the windows open. A blue spruce once stood outside our bedroom window, and the house finches nested among its branches. We were aware of the nest and its occupants but only followed their daytime activities. The open window set the stage for something that is a

BIRD WATCH pleasant memory. Carson I can’t remember if I was awake already or if the sound woke me up, but right outside our window, a soft, sweet warble could be heard. House finches, like others in the finch family, know how to sing. Most of the time, their collection of trills and warbles is a rollicking, boisterous melody. On this occasion, the bird on the nest sounded happy and content. It was as if she were humming a favorite tune. Why did she sing? Was the nest particularly comfortable? Was it the warm evening air? Had the babies hatched? Was she whispering sweet

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nothings to her mate? Once the first batch of house finch youngsters is ready to leave the nest, it is the male that takes them under his wing. These silly-looking creatures with feathers sticking out the sides of their heads like horns follow their father everywhere. He brings them to the feeders the first time. They will be all over him, begging for the food he is trying to introduce them to. They will even pile on top of him in their eagerness to be fed. The first time I noticed this characteristic in a male house finch, I wanted to know where the female was. Had something happened to her? No, she was just fine and already working on a second batch of young house finches. While she brooded more eggs, she understood that the first group was under the care of their father. During their courtship and even when the nest was being

built, she had an opportunity to size up her mate. He may not have worked on the actual construction of the nest, but he attended her with nonstop encouragement. He was a constant escort in the gathering of nesting materials. She chose what she wanted and where it should go, but he was right there with her.

Stimulating song He even sang words of encouragement to her as they flew back and forth with string and grass or while she wove the material into the nest. While a house finch male’s nurturing care during nest building undoubtedly wins him points with the female of his choice, he has other talents with which he woos her. Several days ago, an email from a reader brought up the male’s manly talent. Barry wrote: “Earlier this spring, on a blooming cherry tree, we saw a male house finch sing-

ing away, attracting a female. “He would pick the pink blooms, then toss them between singing as the female sat on the other side of this small tree. “This went on intermittently for several days. “Is offering flowers in this way normal behavior? “It certainly gave us a chance to anthropomorphize a romantic story.” Yes, it is normal behavior. There is a small amount of sweetness inside each blossom, and the male house finch seems to know that “sweets for the sweet” will get him what he wants. And maybe that’s a good reason for his mate to sing so sweetly in the middle of the night. How’s that for anthropomorphizing?

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

Briefly . . . Sequim Elks hold social for essayists

Ken Sweeney, right, recognizes AMT1 Christian Williams, left, while Coast Guard Air Station/ Sector Field Office Port Angeles’ commanding officer, Capt. Keith McTigue, looks on.

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

Americanism Essay Committee Chairwoman Maura Mattson, left, congratulates the winners of the Sequim Elks Lodge No. 2642 Americanism essay contest. Winners are, from left, Peter Silliman, Asia Thomas, Hadi White and Quinn Danielson. can attend for $8. Reservations should be made 24 hours in advance to 360-457-8921. Menus are subject to change. ■ Tuesday: Green salad, baked chicken, confetti rice, asparagus and fresh pineapple. ■ Wednesday: Spinach salad, baked potato with chili and cheese, grapes and brownie a la mode. ■ Thursday: Cranberry salad, hot turkey sandwich, whipped potatoes with gravy, peas and citrus selections. ■ Friday: Ambrosia salad, beef stew, corn, biscuits and apple pie.

Volunteers wanted PORT ANGELES — Volunteers are needed to decorate Port Angeles-area cemeteries on Memorial Day weekend Saturday and May 26. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1024 will decorate graves of deceased veterans at 8 a.m. Saturday at

and then take them down at 4 p.m. Anyone interested in helping can phone Dale Koelling at 360-477-5686 or 360-477-5687 for more information. The Clallam County Veterans Association will conduct a Memorial Day ceremony at Mount Angeles Memorial Park at 9:30 a.m. May 26 to honor deceased veterans. The ceremony is at the flagpole in the Veterans Circle at the south end of the grounds. Peninsula Daily News

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PORT ANGELES — Christian Williams, aviation maintenance technician first class petty officer, has been recognized as Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles’ firstquarter 2014 Enlisted Person of the Quarter by the Navy League of the United States Bremerton/Olympic Peninsula Council during a recent Command All Hands gathering. At the ceremony, Navy League member Ken Sweeney presented Williams with a soaring-eagle statuette engraved with his name following an introduction by the station’s commanding officer, Capt. Keith McTigue, and command master chief, Lawrence “LP” Moroles. McTigue and Moroles also detailed Williams’ achievements that led to his selection as a key unit leader in 2014. Williams is assigned as the night shift supervisor, “a role entrusted only to the command’s top-performing first class petty officers,” the citation noted. He overcame “chronic personnel shortages, dilution of experience and numerous maintenance challenges to

lead his team of five mechanics through several MH-65D helicopter heavy-maintenance evolutions that included two engine replacements, two 600-hour inspections and numerous technical compliance inspections.” Williams’ “sound judgment and insightful decisionmaking inspired collaborative efforts under these demanding conditions,” the citation added. “His leadership resulted in improved aircraft reliability/readiness that continually surpassed commandant’s aircraft availability targets.” As an enlisted aircrew flight examiner, Williams “is one of the command’s most experienced flight mechanic instructors, with more than 1,260 flight hours, and is directly responsible for ensuring the readiness and standardization of 30 aircrew members.” Williams also represents the Coast Guard as a Habitat for Humanity volunteer and is a member of the Clallam County Habitat for Humanity board of directors. For more information about the Navy League of the United States and local chapters, visit bremolympic nlus.wordpress.com.

SEQUIM — Sequim Elks Lodge No. 2642 recently hosted the 2013-14 Elks Americanism essay contest winners and their families as guests at a social night dinner. Sequim Middle School and Helen Haller Elementary School students competed on two levels: fifth and sixth grade, and seventh and eighth grade. The theme of the essay was “What Does Veterans Day Mean to Me?” Americanism Essay Committee Chairwoman Maura Mattson presented each winner with an award certificate and a monetary award of $30 to $25 or $20 for first, second and third place, respectively. Sequim Lodge No. 2642 Americanism essay winners from Helen Haller and Sequim Middle are: ■ Fifth and sixth grades: First: Asia Thomas, daughter of Deanna and Grant Thomas. Second: Hadi White, daughter of Amanda and Joseph White. Third: Peter Silliman, son of Jenna and Cliff Silliman. ■ Sixth and seventh grades: First: Quinn Danielson, daughter of Eric and Chris Danielson. Winning essays were submitted for district-level competition, and district winners are forward to the state level for judging.


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Have everything come up as roses A ROSE BY any other name . . . is still the perfect plant for your North Olympic Peninsula garden. Roses are ideal for our area. From rose aficionado to rose novice, there’s one of these beautiful bloomers for every type of Peninsula gardener — whether you’re planting just one bush or a whole bed of these flowers. You can even grow stunning roses in containers. Here’s a menu of roses sure to whet your appetite:

Rose varieties ■ Hybrid tea rose (3-8 feet). This produces the quintessential rose, the long-stem cut flower arranged for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, Mother’s Day and “in the dog house” events. Breeding in these roses has emphasized scent, strong stems, large flowers, extended bloom longevity and resistance to disease. Deep pruning is required, along with a sunny and well-ventilated growing location. Heavy use of rose food is encouraged, and one must disbud to create long-stem roses. (Disbudding is removing side shoot buds so only one bud remains at the tip of the branch.)

backdrop. They have to be pruned and fertilized. ■ FloriAndrew ■ Climbing rose (8-20 bunda rose feet). May (1-8 feet). Climbers are the “high wire” This type of act of the rose world, developing rose is also long canes that engulf walls, commonly used gazebos, arbors, fences and small in the floral buildings. business You can purchase climbing because each is roses in a variety of flower types, a “bouquet on from single or double to clustered every branch,” or large single blossoms. having numerClimbers can easily be trained ous small douwith pruning to cover the strucble buds in clusters at the end of each branch. ture they grow on and for the exact shape and drape one desires. Floribunda roses have a tenThey bloom in cycles, are seadency to resist disease and are sonal or are available in ever“ever bloomers,” so they add a lot blooming varieties. of color throughout the growing Give them lots of water and season. rich, humic soil, along with an You can purchase these in abundant nutrient supply. small compact plants as well as ■ English rose (1-16 feet). taller varieties, perfect for hedges A big challenge for modern and cut flower gardens. rose breeders was to restore the ■ Grandiflora rose (1-20 fragrance and improve the vigor feet). of roses so the average home garGrandiflora roses combine the dener could successfully grow best traits of both the hybrid tea and the floribunda rose, producing and harvest beautiful roses in a hardy, disease-resistant, easy-to- their own yard. Modern English roses are the grow backyard garden rose. result of that challenge, emerging Grandifloras grow the same stately flower as hybrid tea roses on the landscape scene with extremely fragrant flowers that yet bear them in clusters, being are densely filled with petals and “everblooming” in nature. bloom on lush, deep-green comTall varieties are ideal for background fences, trellises or a pact plants that have “repeat

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bloom cycles.” English roses are another great choice for the cutting garden and bouquets. ■ Shrub rose (1-8 feet). Shrubbies are the absolute best of hardy rose species and infuse repeat blooming traits, diverse flower forms, wonderful fragrance and a wide range of blossom colors. The newest introductions have been bred so these shrubbies can be used as low-maintenance landscape plants. ■ Miniature rose (8-36 inches). In the 1930s, miniature roses came about as an unintended result of rose hybridization. Now you can get many of the other rose types in small versions of the glorious “full-sized” parent. Miniatures are ideal as a border plant, used as a low hedge in containers or where space is limited. They are a great novelty plant in the garden. ■ Tree rose/patio rose (3-8 feet). These are “roses on a stick,” meaning they are grafted atop a cane, generally 2 feet tall in the case of patio roses and 3 to 4 feet tall as a tree rose. These manipulated roses are perfect in large pots or as a corner post in a rose or flower garden.

Make sure to provide them with ample water. ■ Species rose (3-20 feet). This is the mother of all roses, the original rose plant that is famous for wildlife-sustaining “rose hips” that ripen in the fall, displaying a fire-engine-red color, and that feed birds throughout the winter. Species roses are wild in growth habitat and tolerate extreme weather and wind conditions. They also grow nicely in areas of your yard with partial sun. As with all roses, prune away and remove all old plant debris as well as hard strips off old, dead, dying, yellow leaves, for this is your No. 1 source of foliage disease (rose scourge). Great air circulation also is the name of the healthy rosegrowing game, so plant them out in the open air. Go rose-crazy this year, and enjoy the roses’ names along with me when you shop for your favorite variety.

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

Briefly . . . PA SkillsUSA students win state medals PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles High School students brought home four medals — one gold, one silver and two bronze — from the SkillsUSA Washington State Leadership and Skills Conference, held recently at Bates Technical College in Tacoma. “The machining students swept the competition, taking the top three spots; cabinetmaking placed fourth, and North Olympic Skills Center took third in collision repair,” adviser Mike Frick said. Quade Beck took first place, Casey Bailey took second place and Dylan Wallner third in precision machining. Jake Helpenstell took third in collision repair. Beck will attend the National SkillsUSA Conference in Kansas City, Mo., from June 22-28 to compete in the precision machining event.

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Medalists, advisers and other Port Angeles High School SkillsUSA state contest participants are, from left, advisers Tim Branham and Mike Frick, Dylan Wallner, Cullen O’Keefe, Casey Bailey, Cole Tamba, Quade Beck, Jorden White, Randall Pritchard, Jake Helpenstell, adviser Dan Helpenstell, Evan Avery and Alex McMartin. Not pictured is Lane Levine. artifacts in the society’s collection are stored. For more information, phone the society’s office at 360-452-2662 or email artifact@olypen.com.

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PORT ANGELES — “Power of Parents,” an alcoPORT ANGELES — hol and substance abuse The Clallam County Hisprevention event, will be torical Society, 931-933 W. held at the North Olympic Ninth St., is hosting an Peninsula Skills Center, open house to view its 905 W. Ninth St., from newly renovated research 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. library from 1 p.m. to Tuesday. 4 p.m. today. Parents, families and Also, guided tours of its community members are administrative center will welcome to attend. Dinner allow people to view its will be provided. “behind the scenes” artifact An RSVP by Monday is storage. required for those who wish The research library has to partake in the meal. been renovated and will For more information or house the society’s collecto pre-register, contact Leetion of archival material, ann Grasseth at 360-565including maps, local his2608 or lgrasseth@co. tory books, Port Angeles clallam.wa.us. High School annuals, city directories and binders Library speaker containing copies of the NORDLAND — The photograph collection. speaker at this month’s The artifact storage facility is not usually open Marrowstone Island Comto the public. Visitors will munity Association meetsee where the thousands of ing will be Meredith Wag-

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ner, director of the Jefferson County Library. She will speak at the club on Nordland Garden Club Road at 7 p.m. Monday. Wagner will explain the new and expanded services available at the recently remodeled Port Hadlock library. All are welcome. For more information, phone Darlene Grunke at 360-301-9592.

Home composting PORT TOWNSEND — Dana Ecelberger, Jefferson County conservation district manager, will present a “Home Composting” lecture at the Washington State University Extension office at Point Hudson, 380 Jefferson St. This free brown-bag talk is from noon to 1 p.m. Monday. Questions and sharing personal composting experiences are encouraged throughout the lecture. The lecture series is sponsored by WSU Jefferson County Master Gardeners and is held the

third Monday of each month from March through November. For more information, email Jefferson County WSU Master Gardeners at mastergardenerjefferson@ gmail.com.

PA Garden Club PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Garden Club will meet at First Presbyterian Church, 139 W. Eighth St., at 10 a.m. Monday for its business meeting. The program will be presented by Betsy Reed Schultz. Reed will give the club an update on the Captain Joseph House project. Potential members and guests are welcome. For more information, phone President Patty Wheatley at 360-457-0843.

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No wish list with birthday invitation DEAR ABBY: My daughter’s third birthday is coming soon, and since the new thing is sending out website-generated invitations, I have noticed that it is becoming common to include the child’s interests, clothes/shoe size, etc., in the invitation. I’m uncomfortable about including this information because I feel a child should be grateful for anything he or she receives as a gift. Am I too old-fashioned, or is this tacky? If it is acceptable these days, what’s a good way to provide a child’s wish list without sounding expectant of anything? Young Mom in San Mateo, California Dear Young Mom: I appreciate that you want to teach your

DEAR ABBY child good and Van Buren manners good values. How else are children to learn if their parents don’t take the time to explain what they are? I understand some parents try to save time by including the information you have described along with their party invitations, but frankly, it is tacky. The parents of prospective guests should reply to the invitation by asking what gifts the child would enjoy or can use.

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If the invitation was issued online, the question can be asked via texting or email. However, a phone call is more personal and, frankly, more refined. Dear Abby: I am a 38-yearold male who has never been married. I have been in three serious relationships, all of them with women who have children. Each time when these relationships ended, I found myself heartbroken and traumatized. I experienced a kind of withdrawal because of the emotional bond I had with the children. I have now decided to date only women who have no children. But my friends and co-workers say I’m being short-sighted

and “closing the door to several opportunities.” Because of our disagreements, I find myself spending more and more time away from them and more time alone. Are my friends right? Or should I stick to my guns and keep looking for that special someone who does not come with a family attached? Montana Lonely Dear Montana Lonely: If you prefer to start dating women who don’t have children, that is your privilege. Your friends may think you will be missing out on a good thing, but it’s really none of their business. While I agree that by going in this direction you may miss out on a lovely lady who also hap-

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

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Q. At 39, I developed solar urticaria. This is a skin allergy to sunlight, with pain and severe itching for days after sun exposure. One of my friends recently mentioned that taking borage oil helped her depression. I also have depression, so I looked borage oil up and found it has gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) in it. I discovered that evening primrose oil also contains GLA. It often is recomPORT ANGELES SCHOOL DISTRICT mended for skin probFrom left, Lily Thomson, Marlene Bradow, Superintendent Jane Pryne and lems such as eczema, Port Angeles School Board President Steve Baxter listen and talk about autoimmune problems the work of school nurses during a recent board of directors meeting. like rheumatoid arthritis and women’s horent from the class of 1964 diagnosed with spastic monal problems such as will be receiving the Golden diplegia cerebral palsy as menopausal hot flashes. C award. an infant. In 2013, he I decided to try eveMusic this year will be underwent a femoral deroning primrose oil, and I provided by Brian “Buck” tation osteotomy to improve was shocked. Ellard from 5 p.m. to his walking ability. Just four days of tak9:30 p.m. On Aug. 21, Ethan and ing the pills has made PORT ANGELES — Dinner will be provided his family will be transmy solar urticaria go The Port Angeles School by GBF Catering. ported to the training comDistrict Board of Directors The cost for the evening mission in Burien in police away. I’m a biologist, and I proclaimed May 7 as School will be $35 per person. cars by police escort. know all about placebos, Nurse Day in the school If unable to attend, dues Ethan will be sworn in but I can’t imagine that district and recognized this year will be $10 per as “sheriff” by Sheriff Bill this uncomfortable conschool nurses Marlene Bra- graduate. Benedict, have lunch with dition could be cleared dow and Lily Thomson at Scholarship donations all attendees and academy up by blind faith in an its regular meeting. are welcome. recruits, then participate in herbal remedy. National School Nurse Include the class year outside presentations proIf this information Day was established, with any check and mail to vided by law enforcement can help just one other according to a news release, Chimacum Alumni, P.O. agencies and criminal jusperson with solar urtito foster a better underBox 554, Chimacum, WA tice entities, including K-9 caria, I would be standing of the role of 98325. units, bicycle patrols, thrilled. school nurses in the educaFor more information, SWAT, rifle units and more. tional setting. email chimacumalumni@ This event is donationA. Solar urticaria is a Since 1972, National hotmail.com or visit www. funded. It is open to the rare condition in which School Nurse Day falls on chimacumalumni.com. public. exposure to sun can prothe Wednesday during For those individuals, duce dramatic hives. National Nurses Week, Sheriff for a day businesses or organizations Doctors often recomending on the birthday of FORKS — The Clallam wishing to donate funds in mend antihistamines or, in Florence Nightingale, a County Sheriff’s Office will support of Ethan’s special severe cases, immune-supfounder of nursing. day, donations can be made pressing drugs. The 2014 theme is “The sponsor 11-year-old Ethan Gossard as Clallam Counto the “West End CFAD Although preliminary School Nurse: Caring for ty’s honorary sheriff at the Committee” at any of Claldata support the use of eveOthers. Caring for OurWashington State Criminal lam County’s First Federal ning primrose oil or GLA selves.” branches. for diabetic neuropathy, For more information on Justice Training Commission’s Chief for a Day celeFor more information rheumatoid arthritis, osteothe role of school nurses, bration Thursday, Aug. 21. about the event, visit www. porosis and hypertension, visit the National AssociaIn partnership with chiefforaday.com. there is not much solid tion of School Nurses weblocal law enforcement agenresearch. site at www.nasn.org. cies and the communities of Reception planned One large analysis sugWashington state, Chief for gests this supplement Chimacum alumni PORT ANGELES — a Day is about celebrating might suppress the Port Angeles School DisPORT TOWNSEND — the lives of children who immune system and could trict staff invites students, The Chimacum Alumni have been diagnosed with a interact dangerously with families and community Association’s 60th annual life-threatening or chronic the anticoagulant warfarin members for a reception at dinner will be held at the illness. (Cochrane Database of Systhe North Olympic PeninElks Lodge, 550 Otto St., on This year, 34 law tematic Reviews, Nov. 13, sula Skills Center, 905 W. Saturday, June 21. enforcement agencies will 2013). 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Pepper for plantar Q. Our son suffered from plantar warts for more than eight years. After a long succession of procedures and medications, we were told to sprinkle cayenne pepper in his socks and have him sleep in them. We washed them each morning. After a week, the giant masses on his soles disappeared for good and have not returned. A. Thank you for an intriguing approach to treating plantar warts.

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Strait Stamp Society members Cathie Osborne, above, and Roger Heath, below, took home high honors from the Pacific International Philatelic Exposition, held recently in Portland, Ore.

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PORTLAND, Ore. — Cathie Osborne and Roger Heath, members of the Strait Stamp Society, recently earned high honors at the Pacific International Philatelic Exposition in Portland, Ore. Osborne won the silver bronze

Copper artist Clark Mundy, center, visits with Crestwood Health & Rehabilitation, from left, Harvey Kortman, Darla Rondeau, Clark Mundy, Kathy Hilton-Blackmore and Lee Hilton-Blackmore during a recent demonstration.

medal for her exhibit “Bells and the Sea.” Heath won the vermeil medal for his exhibit “Refused Mail of Switzerland.” The Strait Stamp Society is a member of the Northwest Federation of Stamp Clubs, which sponsored the exposition.

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Death and Memorial Notice AUGUST MCGUFFIN December 4, 1926 May 9, 2014 August McGuffin, known as “Mickey,” passed away on May 9, 2014. Mickey was born December 4, 1926, in Battle Creek, Michigan. Upon completing high school, he joined the Army in April 1945 hoping to be an Army Air Force pilot. His colorblindness, however, sent him down another path into radar technology. Subsequently, he attended the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, earning a degree in mechanical engineering. Upon graduation, he married Beth, his wife of

60 years, and began a career with GE. Mickey later earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering at Syracuse University while working for GE. He had a 40-year career as an airborne radar specialist. Mickey and his wife moved in 1994 to Sequim, where he enjoyed his retirement, sailing out of Sequim Bay Yacht Club. He was also a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. His two sisters, Grace and Elsie, preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife, Beth McGuffin; and children Tom (Barbara) McGuffin of Bellevue, Washington, Wendy McGuffin-Cawley and her husband, Jim, of Shaker Heights, Ohio, and Bruce McGuffin and his wife,

7 p.m. Thursday. Rafuse majored in art and English at Queens University and studied at the New York School of Interior Design. For 40 years, she has developed her pen and ink/watercolor art and published more than 30 illustrated poetry chapbooks. Drechsler is a poet and writer who spent most of her teaching career in Anchorage, Alaska. She served as president of the Alaska State Literacy Association and was a reading/writing workshop consultant for school districts throughout the state. Readings are free, Reading series though donations are accepted. PORT TOWNSEND — For more information, The Northwind Reading Series will feature Rebecca phone Bill Mawhinney at Rafuse and Judy Drechsler 360-437-9081 or visit www. at the Northwind Arts Cen- northwindarts.org. Peninsula Daily News ter, 2409 Jefferson St., at

W. Fifth St., at 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 30. The third annual wineand-cheese event’s tickets are $10 in advance or at the door. There will be beer, wine, PORT ANGELES — fruit, cheese, a raffle and a Local copper artist Clark silent dessert auction. Mundy recently visited Pink Up PA is the priCrestwood Health & Reha- mary fundraiser for Operabilitation to give a copper tion Uplift, a Port Angelesart demonstration. based cancer support group Mundy spent an hour that offers education, infortalking with residents mation, support meetings, about how he creates his a 24-hour phone line, free works of art, all while mak- clinics, prostheses and wigs ing a copper salmon. for both women and men He answered questions with all types of cancer. and demonstrated different For more information or techniques. tickets, phone 360-457He also brought exam4451 or email magan@ ples of his artwork to share olypentitle.com. with residents.

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Ann Gilbert, of Lexington, Massachusetts. His grandchildren include Sarah McGuffin of Seattle, Washington, Patrick McGuffin of Vancouver, Washington, Chloe McGuffin of Everett, Washington, Andrew Hunt of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Asher McGuffin of Boston, Massachusetts, and Connor Hunt of Athens, Ohio. A celebration of Mickey’s life will take place on Saturday, July 5, in the banquet room at John Wayne Marina, 2577 West Sequim Bay Road, at 1 p.m. Casual attire please, as Mickey would have liked. Memorial contributions may be made to Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, 540 East Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

WILLIAM L. PARKINS JR. December 22, 1921 May 12, 2014 William L. Parkins Jr., 92, passed away peacefully on Monday, May 12. He is survived by his wife, Jennie, who lives in Sequim; and his brother, Dean (LaVon) Parkins of Burien, Washington. Bill is also survived by his nieces, Amy Dehnert, Holly Morris and Clair Wilson; nephew Kent Parkins; and 20 other grandnieces and grandnephews. In high school, he edited the West Seattle annual, the Kimtah. Bill was a graduate of the University of Washing-

Mr. Parkins ton in 1950. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II on the destroyer USS Owen. Following the war, he worked briefly for Boeing.

After his Boeing experience, he taught high school English in Vancouver, Washington. He retired from teaching early to take care of his ill wife, Alice Emel, to whom he was married for 36 years. He later married Jennie Marquette, to whom he was married for 29 years. He worked at the gas station and bulk foods at the local Sequim Safeway and, in the last few years, at the post office as Pony Express. Bill was an avid train man and built a whole room for his trains. He will be missed by all who knew him, especially by his warm smile.

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On April 27, 2014, our beloved Debra Robb passed away at her Sequim residence from lung cancer. She was born in Port Angeles on December 10, 1954, to Ramona Louise (Heaton) Robb and Alfred W. Robb Jr. Debbie was raised in Sequim on the Almona Dairy Farm. She was a baton twirler for the Sequim Wolves and graduated in 1973. She loved teaching others and her cousins. She had an infectious smile and laugh and a great sense of humor. Debbie leaves behind her mother, Ramona Robb, and stepfather, Al Stapp; brothers Bill (Rhonda) Robb, Brian Robb and Scott (Katrina)

Ms. Robb Robb; three nephews, Brady, Chris and Derek; one niece, Amber; one great-niece; and her very special person, Richard Davy. She will also be greatly missed by her aunts, uncles and cousins from the Heaton and Robb clans. She was preceded in death by her father, Alfred

Robb Jr., and brother Royden Robb. She faced her yearlong battle with lung cancer with strong determination. We would like to extend a special thanks for the love and support throughout her final year given to her by her cousin, Christine (Jim) McBride, and her family. A potluck celebration of life “Irish wake” will take place at the Sequim Prairie Garden Club, Pioneer Park, 387 East Washington Street, on Saturday, May 24, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. A memorial bench is being installed at Port Williams in Debbie’s honor. Memorial contributions in her memory can be made to Welfare for Animals Guild, www.welfare 4animalsguild.org, or to Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, 540 East Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362.


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April 25, 1932 February 18, 2014 Marty Johnson of Sequim passed away at the age of 81 from cancer. He was born in Ohio to Richard Johnson and Jalie Ison on April 25, 1932. He joined the U.S. Air Force after high school and served as a military policeman. He met the love of his life while stationed at Whidbey Island and eventually married Dorothy Sessions on November 21, 1952. In a short time, they welcomed into their lives their sons, Randy and Danny Johnson. Then unexpectedly 10 years later, along came their

Mr. Johnson daughter, Susan Lynn Johnson. After leaving the military, he worked as a logger and then went into the grocery business, eventually opening his own grocery store, Hi-Way Market. Marty touched many

lives during his time at the Hi-Way Market. He was his happiest when he was helping others. He always had a big smile and words of wisdom to share with his many customers at the store. His customers were not just customers; they were his friends. He watched many kids grow up and have families of their own and returned to the store for the “best penny candy” in town. Many regulars were thankful for his ice-cold beer on a warm day. When he wasn’t at the store, you could find him at 7 Cedars Casino enjoying a game of craps or trying his luck on a slot machine. He spent many hours there over the years and made a tremendous amount of friends. He enjoyed teaching

others how to play craps and the “art of throwing the dice.” Getting to play and teach the game he loved so well were some of his favorite times! Marty was preceded in death by his wife, Dot, and son Danny. His survivors include his son Randy Johnson; daughter Susan Sanders; grandkids Tammy Napiontek, Shelly Johnson, Anthony and Amanda Sanders, and Nina Johnson; and numerous greatgrandkids. Please join us at a celebration-of-life ceremony on Sunday, May 25, 2014, at 2 p.m. at Pioneer Memorial Park, 387 East Washington Street in Sequim. Bring pictures or stories to share, and if you can’t come, email them to ssanders@olypen.com.

Death and Memorial Notice CROY EDWARD ‘ED’ UPTON September 5, 1938 May 9, 2014 Croy Edward “Ed” Upton passed away peacefully on May 9, 2014, after battling cancer. Born to Leslie Eugene and Alma Iola Upton, he was raised in Pearsall, Texas, attending Pearsall High School and later Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. During his high school days, he worked at various farms and subsequently worked with his father in the Texas oil fields. Ed spent many years working in janitorial management, serving as vice president of Professional Building Services that contracted with such facilities as Spring Branch Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph Hospital in Houston, Texas. He moved to Denver, Colorado, to serve as the vice president of Interna-

Mr. Upton tional Hospital Services, overseeing the janitorial contract at St. Anthony Hospital Systems. Ed later started his own janitorial company, Envirco Building Services, providing services to various nursing homes, as well as Cobe Laboratories in Lakewood, Colorado. After moving to Port Angeles, Ed worked for many years at Fairview Elementary School. “Mr. Upton” dearly loved all of the children who passed

through the halls of Fairview. Music was the love of Ed’s entire life, spending many a weekend years ago in Bandera, Texas, playing guitars with the likes of Willie Nelson and Charlie Pride. He played his guitar almost every day until overtaken by illness. He gained an interest in collectible cars and acquired a 1962 Thunderbird, participating in car shows and parades over recent years. He befriended the members of the Vancouver Island Cruises, a group of collectible-car owners, and his Texas saying “Just down the road a ways” was ultimately incorporated in the VI Cruises logo. A previous marriage resulted in two sons, Mark Edward and John Scott Upton. Ed married his wife, Becky J. McCoy Upton, in January 1975. They had one daughter, Kelli Michele Upton Balderrama.

Ed was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Adrian and Jake. He is survived by his wife, Becky of Port Angeles; daughter Kelli (Bruno) Balderrama of Orange, California ; sons Mark and Scott (Cindy), both of Spring, Texas; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law Bill and Cindy Smith of Sequim, Dave and Katie McCoy of Port Ludlow, and Marietta Upton of San Antonio, Texas; five nieces; and one nephew. Ed deeply loved each and every member of his family. Honoring Ed’s request, a private family service will be held in San Antonio on a future date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society, 2105 U.S. Highway 101, Port Angeles, WA 98363; or Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, 540 East Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

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Sequim seeks sponsors for park series SEQUIM — The city is looking for sponsors to support the 2014 Music and Movies in the Park summer concert series. The program is held at the James Center for the Performing Arts, located at the Water Reuse Demonstration Site on Blake Avenue, and is scheduled to run on Tuesday evenings from June 24 through Aug. 26. All performances begin at 6 p.m. An outdoor movie will be shown at dusk the last Tuesday of each month following the musical performance. All programming is dependent on available funding. Sponsorship opportunities come in many levels. Visit www.sequimwa.gov for complete sponsorship information. Each musical performer receives $400 for his or her performance, and each movie costs approximately $2,500 for the screen and movie license. Music and Movies in the Park is a community event series that relies on community sponsorships and presents an opportunity for sponsors to promote themselves to the Sequim-Dunge-

ness Valley community. Donations may be taxdeductible. For more information, contact City Clerk KarenKuznek Reese at 360-6813428 or kkuznek@sequimwa. gov.

Show and Shine BLYN — The Peninsula Dream Machines will host their seventh annual Show and Shine at 7 Cedars Casino, 270756 U.S. Highway 101, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. The event is free and open to the public. Classic vehicles, including automobiles, motorcycles and more, will be shown. For more information, phone the casino at 360-6837777.

SPU dean’s list SEATTLE — The following students made the Seattle Pacific University 2014 winter quarter dean’s list. Students on the dean’s list have completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.50 or higher grade-point average. ■ Allison N. Cutting of Sequim. ■ Luke Justus Johnson of Port Angeles. ■ David Lopes of Sequim. ■ Onna Marie Raemer of Port Angeles. Peninsula Daily News

Death and Memorial Notice HELEN HALL June 11, 1922 April 22, 2014 In accordance with her wishes, no funeral will be held for Helen Hall of Port Angeles. Mrs. Hall passed away on April 22, 2014, at the age of 91. Helen was born in Roy, Montana, on June 11, 1922, to Frank and Bessie Moucka. In 1936, the family moved to Port Angeles, where Helen had resided since. She graduated from Crescent High School in Joyce in 1940. Mrs. Hall was preceded in death by her husbands, Art Andersen and Obie Hall; and son Arthur Lee Andersen. An independent and interesting woman, Helen loved dancing, dining at the Cornerhouse Restaurant and enjoyed outings during which she could appreciate the beauty and

Mrs. Hall splendor of the Peninsula. She had a vast knowledge of trivia and often won contests on KONP. Animals were her true love, and she cared for and helped many animals in need. Memorial contributions are suggested to Peninsula Friends of Animals, P.O. Box 404, Sequim, WA 98382.

Death and Memorial Notice ARTHUR J. KESSLER Art moved in 1987 to Sequim, where he was a Realtor. He was active in the Lions Club, where in

2010 he completed 50 years of service and was awarded its highest honor, becoming a Melvin Jones Fellow. Art was a World War II veteran. Memorial gifts may be made to the Sequim Valley Lions Club, P.O. Box 1414, Sequim, WA 98382.

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cover story Two sides of the same coin ‘Gang Related’ looks at the crime world from both sides of the law Furious” franchise’s Chris Morgan. Indeed, “Gang Related” takes the “hero” perspective of some series and the “villain but we elevision audiences can’t seem to get enough of cops, killers, gangs and drug lords. What with like him anyway” perspective of others and uses them your “CSIs,” your “Sopranos” and more “Law & Orders” than you can shake a stick at, it’s clear that, to straddle the world of law enforcement and the gangwhen observing it from the detached safety of the related world; it doesn’t living room, people love checking out the seedy present a fixed idea of what underbelly of the criminal world. makes a person good or bad. You don’t need to tell Fox that, though. With This blurring of lines is shows such as “Bones,” “The Following” and the more lighthearted “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on its ros- chiefly employed in the character of Ryan Lopez (Ramon ter, the network knows how to dish out a healthy Rodriguez, “Battle Los Angedose of good guy vs. bad guy every week. This les,” 2011). Ryan is an up-andmonth it’s adding “Gang Related” to that list to present both sides of the criminal world. The action comer in the Gang Task Force, but what the rest of his team drama follows Los Angeles’ elite Gang Task Force doesn’t know is that he has ties to and one of its members who, unbeknownst to his teammates, held a past life with one of the power- one of L.A.’s toughest gangs – Los Angelicos – that go back much ful gangs against whom his unit is taking aim. The series premieres Thursday, May 22, on Fox. Ramon Rodriguez “If you bring ‘The Shield,’ ‘Miami Vice’ and a as seen in “Gang little bit of ‘The Wire’ together, that’s the ambition Related” for this show,” said director Allen Hughes of the new series, which comes from the “Fast and the

farther than his time as a cop. He was sent to infiltrate the police force by Angelicos leader Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis, “Live Free or Die Hard,” 2007) himself. To complicate things further for Ryan, Javier is not just his boss, but a father figure as well, having taken him in when Ryan’s own father died. But wait a minute – Ryan also has a father figure on the Task Force. See those lines blur? He’s generally respected and welltreated by his team, who, like the gang, have become his surrogate family – particularly Sam Chapel (Terry O’Quinn, “Lost”), the Task Force captain who saw the potential in Ryan and took him under his wing. Never having had a father figure growing up, Ryan is torn between the two

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people who have filled that role: both strong men, both leaders, but on opposite sides of the law. While Ryan is the conflicted hero in this story, struggling with two opposing loyalties, the good vs. bad dichotomy is present in other characters, too. “With Ryan, we have a chance to show the grey side to everything. Every hero has a dark side and every villain has a heroic side,” writes Robyn Ross for “TV Guide.” “Terry O’Quinn admitted that his character Sam, the task force’s leader, is a terrible father, while Curtis said that Javier may have been a bad man, but an excellent dad and a great leader.” Morgan expands on this in a promo for the series: “For all the terrible things [the gang members] do, there’s also a very human side to them. They have loves and brothers and family.” On the flip side, we’ll also see that corruptibility exists among the law enforcers. With Ryan’s strong presence in both worlds, his is a unique and honest look into the two systems. With old ties to his crime family and a growing connection to his Task Force family, Ryan’s divided loyalties present the series with an interesting angle. Check out the premiere of “Gang Related,” airing Thursday, May 22, on Fox.

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Q: I remember watching the “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” series on TV in the mid-’80s, featuring Hitchcock himself doing intros, but I just found out that he died in 1980. What gives? A: The master of twists and trickery pulled one last one on you, it seems. Or, rather, some of his TV-industry fans did. The original “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” anthology series aired from 1955 to 1962 on CBS, when famed British mystery directorwriter Alfred Hitchcock was still very much alive. The series was a hit at the time, and some of its segments are now highly regarded TV classics. In 1985, NBC produced a TV movie that contained remakes of a number of these classic shorts and included colorized footage of Hitchcock from the original series to introduce each one. The film was a hit, and so NBC launched a revival of the series, again using colorized footage of the master of mystery. By the mid-’80s, colorization technology was fairly advanced, and so you surely aren’t the only one to have been confused. After all, Hitchcock had only died a few years earlier in 1980. And really, his distinctive, jowly, frowning face never seemed to age throughout his long career. Christopher Crowe, one of the executive producers of the revival series, said he was aware of the pressure involved with trying to remake anything associated with Hitchcock. “Tampering with the gods could get us into trouble,’’ he told the “New York Times” ahead of the telefilm’s premiere in 1985. ‘’But we haven’t gone into it blithely. We don’t want to be accused of picking the bones of a dead man. We did not want to make a simple clone of the originals.” He said the great director would have approved of updating the originals “because he was constantly changing and moving forward.” Indeed, Crowe was such a fan of Hitchcock’s catalog that he sought out a number of actors the director worked with throughout his legendary career to be a part of the revival.

Get lost in time: After being showcased in countries around the world to great acclaim, an exciting four-hour event series is headed stateside. “Labyrinth” will air on CW the nights of May 22 and 23, and with the caliber of the stars appearing in it and the reception it’s received overseas, it’s an event that shouldn’t be missed. Just to clear up any confusion: this “Labyrinth” is in no way related to the 1986 family film with which it shares a name, starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. Instead, this miniseries, which is based on the bestselling book by Kate Mosse, follows the lives of two women separated from each other by the eons of time, but connected to one another through the timeless search for the legendary Holy Grail. Headlining the massive production, which was filmed on location in stunning Carcassonne, France, and Cape Town, South Africa, is a group of recognizable and respected actors. John Hurt will be immediately recognizable to “Doctor Who” fans; he’s also starred in more than 100 big-screen productions, including “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” (2011) and the Harry Potter films as master wandmaker Ollivander.

Q: What kind of car does Mr. Bean drive? A: Detail-oriented fans of the classic British sitcom “Mr. Bean” will know that he in fact drove two different cars during the show’s five-year run, though he didn’t spend much time in the first. The first car was an orange 1969 Mini, made by British Leyland Motor Corporation. It’s totaled in an accident in the very first episode’s credits sequence, though, from which only Mr. Bean himself, and a single wheel from the car, escape. That left him in need of another car to ferry him to and from comedic exploits, so he chose another Mini. This time it was a 1976 model in bright yellow with a black hood (or “bonnet,” in Britspeak) that appears to have been a replacement part rather than a design choice. This is the car he drove for the remainder of the series. The Mini has gone by a number of different names over its long history — it has been called the Austin Mini, Morris Mini, BMC Mini, BLMC Mini, Rover Mini, Cooper Mini and more. Most of this is related to the history of the British Leyland Motor Corporation, which has changed names and partners repeatedly throughout the years. Minis are still being made today, by BMW, which bought out British Leyland.

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Speaking of Harry Potter, his Hogwarts bane stars in “Labyrinth” as well. Tom Felton brought Draco Malfoy to life in those films, and now he’ll be giving the same treatment to Viscount Trencavel. “Downton Abbey’s” Jessica Brown Findlay, “Underworld: Evolution’s” (2006) Tony Curran and “Merlin’s” Katie McGrath help round out the cast of the sweeping historical epic. With the kudos it’s earned itself worldwide and some fan-favorite actors on screen, “Labyrinth” looks like it should find an instant audience when it hits CW. Don’t miss this exciting special event, airing May 22 and 23. One night to remember: Once a year, some of the world’s greatest legends of comedy come together to celebrate the life and career of one of their own, a person who’s helped define a generation of laughs. Spike’s “One Night Only” filmed this year’s celebration at the legendary Apollo Theater in New York City earlier this month, and the 90-minute special, which is set to air the night of Wednesday, May 28, will be celebrating the decades-long career of insult comic Don Rickles this time around. “One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles” will be an exciting — and no doubt hilarious — celebration of the ironically nicknamed Mr. Warmth. Featuring stand-up performances by comics he’s in-

spired, pretaped tributes and heartfelt stories by some of his closest friends, “One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles” will be an exciting look back at his storied career and how it’s influenced an entire generation of comics and screen luminaries. And just who are these comics and personalities? They’re really a who’s who of comedy today. The special will feature the likes of Jerry Seinfeld (“Seinfeld”), David Letterman (“Late Night with David Letterman”), Martin Scorsese (executive producer, “Boardwalk Empire”), Robert De Niro (“Silver Linings Playbook,” 2012), Jon Stewart (“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”), Tracy Morgan (“30 Rock”), Regis Philbin (“Live! with Regis and Kelly”), Ray Romano (“Everybody Loves Raymond”), John Stamos (“ER”), and Jimmy Kimmel (“Jimmy Kimmel Live!”). The evening will culminate with Rickles himself taking the stage to address his friends, family and colleagues — using his own charmingly insulting style, of course. “One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles” airs Wednesday, May 28, on Spike. Play it like it’s hot: What happens when you take one of the biggest rock bands in the world and put them in front of TV cameras to promote their new album? You get one heck of a killer television special, of course. British rock

band Coldplay has been rocking the charts since their breakout hit “Yellow” in 2000, and since then, their star has only risen higher. To celebrate the release of their sixth album, “Ghost Stories,” on May 19, the band took to the stage in front of a live audience in March to create a cutting-edge show. “Coldplay: Ghost Stories,” the resulting hour-long special, airs on NBC the evening of Sunday, May 18. Despite the focus on their new album, the special won’t be leaving out some of the hits that have made the band a household name: “Viva La Vida,” “Clocks” and “Paradise” will very much be in attendance, alongside new singles such as “Magic.” Coldplay certainly has the numbers on their side. With more than 70 million albums sold around the world, seven Grammy wins, eight Brit Awards and five MTV Video Music Awards to date, they’re certainly a force to be reckoned with in the competitive music industry. The TV special, though, isn’t so much about Coldplay’s past as it is about the present. A new album’s release is always an exciting time for any performer, and with cutting-edge TV magic being blended with the performance, the May 18 special is promising to be an exciting event for music lovers from all walks of life.

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Andi Dorfman may not have found love with last season’s bachelor, Juan Pablo, but she’s about to get a second chance. Dorfman stars as the newest Bachelorette in this season premiere and hopes to find love with one of the bachelors.

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When members of the BAU team meet new section chief Mateo Cruz (Esai Morales), they have no idea that he has a history with J.J. (A.J. Cook). Cruz works with the team on a case involving an UnSub who robs victims of their ability to communicate.

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These back-to-back new episodes complete the three-part story arc of this hilarious comedy series. When Louie (Louis CK) gets a surprise visitor from his past, things get complicated. In this episode, Louie takes a new friend out for dinner.

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