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78.5-cents PUD mileage policy will be restudied the Internal Revenue Service rate, which these days is 55.5 cents a mile. The upcoming review was sparked by Peninsula Daily News inquiries about the taxing district’s mileage reimbursement policy. “It’s something we probably should have looked at five or 10 years ago,� PUD Commissioner Hugh Haffner said. Haffner made the motion at a 1995 commissioners meeting that added the 23 cents to an IRS rate that was then 30 cents a mile. The IRS rate will increase Jan. 1 to 56.5 cents a mile, bumping the PUD rate to 79.5 cents a mile. Commission President Ted

Employee repay rate tops in area BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will review a 17-year-old mileage reimbursement policy that has resulted in employees and commissioners getting paid 78.5 cents a mile when they drive their own vehicles for workrelated travel. Under the policy, the PUD pays 23 cents more a mile than

Simpson also was on the 1995 board that unanimously approved the increase. “We should probably look at that,� Simpson said Friday in a telephone interview.

$349 Vancouver trip He said during the interview that he was driving back from a state PUD association conference in Vancouver, Wash. Under the PUD policy, Simpson could receive $349 for what www.mapquest.com says is a 444-mile round trip from Port Angeles. “At the time we looked at it, it was reasonable for an automobile for insurance and all the expenses that go with owning and operating a vehicle that the

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Measuring new Big Muddy PORT ANGELES — A team of hydrologists from the U.S. Geological Survey dropped a rocket-like probe off the Elwha River bridge last week. The probe collected samples of suspended sediment from one of the world’s most-studied petri dishes. Mark Mastin, surface-water hydrologist for the U.S. Geological Survey in Tacoma, said the samples were sent to a USGS lab in Vancouver, Wash., for analysis. The samples will be calibrated with the stationary water turbidity meters on the now-free-flowing river for a continuous record of the Elwha’s sediment load. Murky sediment is racing down the river because the dams that constricted its natural path for nearly a century are essentially gone for the first rainy season. Contractors removed the last remnants of Elwha Dam, which stood for nearly 100 years west of Port Angeles and 5 miles from the river mouth, in March.

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PORT ANGELES — City Hall planning staffers have secured two separate state grants to help fund improvements to the city’s downtown waterfront, including one that they had all but written off. Roberta Korcz, assistant Port Angeles city planner, said in an interview that the city has been awarded a $302,400 grant from a state Recreation and Conservation Office — or RCO — program designed to promote public beach access through improvements West to a given city’s or county’s aquatic lands. City planning staffers originally applied for this grant in 2010, Korcz said, and initially were told that the city’s proposed park improvements for the area near the Valley Creek Estuary were not prioritized high enough to receive the funding.

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Sequim native Wesley Stromberg, one-third of the Sequim-born band Emblem3, had a pretty good 19th birthday Thursday. For one, Emblem3, made up of Wesley, brother Keaton Stromberg and longtime friend Andrew Chadwick — all Sequim natives now living in Southern California — garnered enough audience votes to

keep them in the top three of the Fox network musical competition reality show “The X Factor.� Secondly, “X Factor� judge and music entrepreneur Simon Cowell hinted to reporters after last Thursday’s results episode that he would be interested in signing Emblem3 to Syco Entertainment — Cowell’s record label — if the band doesn’t take first prize on the competition show, according to Billboard magazine. Thursday night’s nationally televised results kept Emblem3 in contention for the grand prize, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVOCATE a $5 million contract with Sony Emblem3, at Huntington Beach, Calif., will appear again on national TV this week. From Entertainment. left are Keaton Stromberg, Wesley Stromberg and Drew Chadwick, all originally from TURN

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‘Almost Live!’ stars return for new show STARS FROM THE old “Almost Live!” comedy show are returning to Seattle television in a new satire show called “The 206.” KINGTV said the half-hour show of live and recorded sketches will star John Keis- Cashman ter and Pat Cashman. They were part of the cast of “Almost Live!,” which ran from 1984 to 1999, poking Keister fun at Seattle and its suburbs. The show, which still follows “Saturday Night Live” in reruns, launched the careers of Bill Nye the Science Guy and E! television’s Joel McHale. “The 206” will premiere Jan. 5 immediately following

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Braxton in hospital Singer Toni Braxton has been hospitalized in Los Angeles. The R&B performer said in a tweet Friday that she’s been hospitalized because of “minor health issues” related to lupus. A spokeswoman confirmed the hospitalization but had no other details.

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MARTY REISMAN, 82, a wizard at table tennis, the sport in which he captured national championships, won and lost fortunes on wagers and moved crowds to laughter — sometimes using a frying pan as a paddle as an opening act for the Harlem Globetrotters — died Friday in Manhattan in New York City. The death was announced by Table Tennis Nation, an organization he founded two years ago to make his sport even more fun. Cooper Fallek, its chief operating officer, said the cause was complications of heart and lung ailments. Known as “the Needle” for his slimness and quick wit, Mr. Reisman traveled the world to hustle movie stars and maharajahs, winning enough to become a threetime millionaire — and losing enough to be a three-time former millionaire. Once, when an 11-yearold asked for a lesson, he suggested a side bet. “I took on people in the gladiatorial spirit,” he said in an interview with The New York Times in March. He was good enough to win 22 major table tennis titles from 1946 to 2002, including two United States Opens and a British Open. Many consider him one of the 10 best ever to play the game. In 1997, at 67, he became the oldest player to win a national championship in a racket sport by

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Pioneer North Olympic Peninsula resident Sam Irwin, 69, died in a Port Townsend hospital after a year’s illness. __________ He was born in 1868 in JOHN D. SILVA, 92, the Dungeness and spent his Los Angeles television engi- entire life residing in Clalneer who won Emmy lam and Jefferson counties. awards for creating helicopHe was well-known ter news coverage in 1958, among longtime residents has died in Southern Caliwho remember the days when he helped pack fornia. Mr. Silva’s family told the freight into Forks and the West End before there were Los Angeles Times that he roads or established trails. died Nov. 27 of pneumonia His sister, the late Mrs. complications in Camarillo, Merchant, and her husband Calif.. were early settlers in Forks. Mr. Silva was the chief Since 1910, Irwin has engineer for KTLA-TV when lived in the Chimacum valhe outfitted a rented Bell helicopter with a TV camera ley near Center, where he to create a flying TV studio. operated a dairy farm. The station broadcast

mail Christmas cards, he’d better hurry: The 4-cent stamps won’t be enough to carry first-class mail after next week’s postage increase.

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Jefferson County commissioners declared an emergency after heavy rains, swollen rivers, strong winds and high tides continued to flood areas of Quilcene and Brinnon. Damage to public property is estimated at $83,000 so far. No damage estimate for private property was available, though some homes were flooded, County Engineer Bob Nesbitt said. Public Works Director Gary Rowe told the commissioners that half of 1962 (50 years ago) Dosewallips Road above A burglar stole a variety Brinnon has washed away, Seen Around of loot from the Milwaukee and the remaining half is Peninsula snapshots Railroad office in Port Ange- in danger. les early yesterday morning. IN THE SAFEWAY The washout is about 5 store, a small army of Employees told police miles west of U.S. Highway workers scurrying to clean that missing were about $5 101. up a trail of leaked sugar worth of 4-cent Lincoln that wound along several postage stamps with the aisles . . . letters “PS” perforated over Laugh Lines them, a supply of X-Acto WANTED! “Seen Around” knife blades, several ballIF YOU STAY content items. Send them to PDN News point pens, an old white with past accomplishments Desk, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles clock and a Remington por- for too long, you rust on WA 98362; fax 360-417-3521; or table typewriter. your laurels. email news@peninsuladailynews. com. If the burglar plans to Your Monologue

■ Lake Quinault Lodge in Grays Harbor County is open year-round. An article Wednesday on Page A4 should have referenced a speaker’s remarks to Lake Crescent Lodge in Clallam County. ■ A front-page article in Thursday’s Jefferson County edition incorrectly reported the application deadline for the Jefferson County Public Utility District Advisory Committee. The correct deadline is Dec. 31. Details can be found online at http://tinyurl. com/utility-pdn.

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TODAY IS SUNDAY, Dec. 9, the 344rd day of 2012. There are 22 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: ■ On Dec. 9, 1942, the Aram Khachaturian ballet “Gayane,” featuring the surging “Sabre Dance,” was first performed by Russia’s Kirov Ballet. On this date: ■ In 1854, Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s famous poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” was published in England. ■ In 1911, an explosion inside the Cross Mountain coal mine near Briceville, Tenn., killed 84 workers. Five were rescued. ■ In 1940, British troops

opened their first major offensive in North Africa during World War II. ■ In 1962, the Petrified Forest in Arizona was designated a national park. ■ In 1984, the five-day-old hijacking of a Kuwaiti jetliner that claimed the lives of two Americans ended as Iranian security men seized control of the plane, which was parked at Tehran airport. ■ In 1987, the first Palestinian intefadeh, or uprising, began as riots broke out in Gaza and spread to the West Bank, triggering a strong Israeli response. ■ In 1992, Britain’s Prince Charles and Princess Diana announced their separation. The couple’s divorce became final

Aug. 28, 1996. ■ Ten years ago: President George W. Bush tapped railroad executive John W. Snow to be his new Treasury secretary, three days after firing Paul O’Neill. Senate Republican leader Trent Lott apologized for remarks he’d made praising the 1948 presidential run of then-segregationist Strom Thurmond, saying, “A poor choice of words conveyed to some the impression that I embraced the discarded policies of the past.” United Airlines filed for bankruptcy protection after losing $4 billion in the previous two years. United emerged from bankruptcy protection in 2006. ■ Five years ago: A young

man once affiliated with a missionary school shot nine people at the school near Denver and a megachurch in Colorado Springs; four victims died and the gunman, Matthew Murray, killed himself. ■ One year ago: The European Union said 26 of its 27 member countries were open to joining a new treaty tying their finances together to solve the euro crisis; Britain remained opposed. A jury in New Haven, Conn., condemned Joshua Komisarjevsky to death for killing a woman and her two daughters during a night of terror in their suburban home. The other defendant in the case, Steven Hayes, also had been condemned to death.


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A3 Briefly: Nation Democrats want jobless benefits in ‘cliff’ deal WASHINGTON — Hovering in the background of the “fiscal cliff” debate is the prospect of 2 million people losing their unemployment benefits four days after Christmas. “This is the real cliff,” said Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I. He’s been leading the effort to include another extension of benefits for the long-term unemployed. “Many of these people are struggling to pay mortgages, to provide education for their children,” Reed said this past week as President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, rejected each other’s opening offers for a deficit deal. Emergency jobless benefits for about 2.1 million people out of work more than six months will cease Dec. 29, and an additional 1 million will lose them over the next three months if assistance isn’t extended again.

Switching parties TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Now that former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist is a Democrat, pretty much everyone in Florida’s political world expects him to seek his old seat. “I will consider it, and I will think about it,” Crist said by phone while boating off Miami and before a planned dinner with former Democratic governor and Sen. Bob Graham. Crist revealed his long-anticipated conversion Friday on

Twitter after more than two years as an independent. Republicans said they will be extra motivated to re-elect Gov. Crist Rick Scott if his opponent is Crist, who left the GOP during a 2010 Senate run. Should Crist run, he could become Florida’s first person to serve as governor as both a Republican and a Democrat.

Today’s news lineups WASHINGTON — Guest lineups for today’s TV news shows: ■ ABC’s “This Week” — Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla.; Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich.; Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas; Rep. Raul M. Grijalva, D-Ariz.; roundtable discussion with George Will, Mary Matalin, James Carville, Matthew Dowd and Paul Krugman. ■ NBC’s “Meet the Press” — Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill.; Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.; former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich; journalists Julianna Goldman, Helene Cooper and Bob Woodward; TV host Lawrence O’Donnell. ■ CBS’s “Face the Nation” — Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles, co-chairs of President Barack Obama’s Deficit Commission; Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker; panel discussion with Michael Gerson, Joe Klein, Norah O’Donnell and Major Garrett. ■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla.; Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.; IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde; roundtable with Stephen Moore, Jackie Calmes, Mark Zandi and Dana Bash. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y.; Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn.; Ambassador Michael Oren; panel discussion with Bill Kristol, Kirsten Powers, Kimberley Strassel and Juan Williams.

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Latest school lunch rules get an update Government tosses grain, meat quotas THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The Agriculture Department is responding to criticism over new school lunch rules by allowing more grains and meat in kids’ meals. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told members of Congress in a letter that the department will do away with daily and weekly maximums of meats and grains.

Kids going hungry Lawmakers had written after new rules went into effect in September and said kids weren’t getting enough to eat. School administrators also complained that set maximums on grains and meats were too limiting as they planned daily meals. “This flexibility is being pro-

vided to allow more time for the development of products that fit within the new standards while granting schools additional weekly menu planning options to help ensure that children receive a wholesome, nutritious meal every day of the week,” Vilsack said in a letter to Sen. John

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TORONTO — A Canadian meatpacking plant involved in a recall of contaminated beef products over E. coli bacteria concerns is again being allowed to ship products to the U.S. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Friday that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has relisted the XL Foods plant in Brooks,

Briefly: World President Jacob Zuma’s spokesman, said Mandela was doing well and getting medical CAIRO — Struggling to quell care, “which is street protests, President consistent for Mohammed Morsi is moving to Mandela impose a version of martial law his age.” Mandela, by calling on the armed forces who spent 27 years in prison for to keep order and authorizing fighting white rule, became soldiers to arrest civilians, South Africa’s first black presiEgyptian state media dent in 1994 and served one announced Saturday. five-year term. He later retired If Morsi goes through with from public life to live in his vilthe plan, it would represent a lage of Qunu and last made a historic role reversal. For decades, Egypt’s military-backed public appearance when his country hosted the 2010 World authoritarian presidents had Cup soccer tournament. used martial law to hold onto power and to punish Islamists like Morsi, who spent months in China-Canada oil deal jail under a similar decree. TORONTO — Canada A turn back to the military approved China’s biggest overwould come just four months seas energy acquisition, a after Morsi managed to pry $15.1 billion takeover by statepolitical power out of the hands owned CNOOC of Canadian oil of the country’s powerful gener- and gas producer Nexen, but als, who led a transitional govvowed to reject any future forernment after the ouster of eign takeovers in the oil sands strongman Hosni Mubarak. sector by state-owned companies. The flagship state newspaper Prime Minister Stephen Al Ahram reported that Morsi Harper said the government “will soon issue a decision. would only consider future takeover deals in the oil sands by Mandela hospitalized state-owned companies in JOHANNESBURG — South exceptional circumstances. “To be blunt, Canadians have Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela was admitted to a not spent years reducing ownership of sectors of the economy military hospital Saturday for tests, though the nation’s presi- by our own governments only to see them bought and controlled dent told the public there was by foreign governments “no cause for alarm” over the instead,” Harper said. 94-year-old icon’s health. The Associated Press The statement, issued by

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Students Shayla Morgan, left, and Grace Combs eat lunch at Stonebridge Elementary in Brandon, Miss., on Nov. 16.

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Alberta, effective immediately. Canada revoked the plant’s permit to export beef to the U.S. on Sept. 13 at the request of the USDA after several of the company’s beef products were recalled. The plant’s operations have been taken over by JBS USA, the American subsidiary of a Brazilian-owned enterprise. The Associated Press

Hoeven, R-N.D. The new guidelines, aimed at addressing childhood obesity levels, set limits on calories and salt, and phase in whole grains. Schools must offer at least one vegetable or fruit per meal. The department also dictated how much of certain food groups could be served. While nutritionists praised the new school lunch standards, others, including many conservative lawmakers, called them government overreach. Although broader calorie limits are still in place, the rules tweak will let school lunch planners use as many grains and as much meat as they want. In comments to the USDA, many had said grains shouldn’t be limited because they are a part of so many meals and that it was difficult to always find the right size of meat. The new tweak doesn’t upset nutritionists.

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WASHINGTON — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has some harsh words for rural America: It’s “becoming less and less relevant,” he says. After an election that Democrats won even as rural parts of the country voted overwhelmingly Republican, the former Democratic governor of Iowa told farm belt leaders last week he’s frustrated with their squabbling. “It’s time for us to have an adult conversation with folks in rural America,” Vilsack said in a speech at a forum sponsored by the Farm Journal. “It’s time for a different thought process here.” He said rural America’s biggest assets — the food supply, recreational areas and energy — can be overlooked by people elsewhere as the U.S. population shifts to cities and suburbs. “Why is it that we don’t have a farm bill?” said Vilsack. “It isn’t just the differences of policy; it’s the fact that rural America with a

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shrinking population is becoming less and less relevant to the politics of this country, and we had better recognize that, and we better begin to Vilsack reverse it.”

No farm bill in Congress For the first time in recent memory, farm-state lawmakers were not able to push a farm bill through Congress in an election year, evidence of lost clout in farm states. The Agriculture Department said about 50 percent of rural counties have lost population in the past four years, and poverty rates are higher there than in metropolitan areas, despite the booming agricultural economy. Vilsack criticized farmers who have embraced wedge issues such

as regulation. “We need a proactive message, not a reactive message,” he said. “How are you going to encourage young people to want to be involved in rural America or farming if you don’t have a proactive message? Because you are competing against the world now.” John Weber, a pork producer in Dysart, Iowa, said farmers have to defend their industries against policies they see as unfair. Vilsack, who has made the revitalization of rural America a priority, encouraged farmers to embrace new kinds of markets, work to promote global exports and replace a “preservation mindset with a growth mindset.” He said they also need to embrace diversity because it is an issue important to young people who are leaving rural areas. “We’ve got something to market here . . . We’ve got something to be proactive about. Let’s spend our time and our resources and our energy doing that,” he said.

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West: Alaska reclaims long-missing moon rocks

Nation: N.Y. mostly ignored warnings of a superstorm

World: Berlusconi says he will run for Italian premier

World: Death of nurse sparks anger after prank

A DISPLAY OF moon rocks that disappeared from an Alaska museum after an arson fire nearly four decades ago was returned to the state after a lawsuit by a man who said he rescued the rocks from the rubble was settled. State and federal officials Thursday displayed the returned relic — tiny moon rocks in a golf ball-size acrylic glass ball and mounted on a walnut plaque above a small Alaska flag that traveled to the moon aboard Apollo 11. President Richard Nixon presented the plaque to Alaska Gov. Keith Miller in 1969. It was on display at the Alaska Transportation Museum in 1973 when an arsonist torched the building.

MORE THAN THREE decades before superstorm Sandy, a state law and a series of legislative reports warned politicians to prepare for a storm of historic proportions, spelling out scenarios eerily similar to the towering storm surge that occurred. The Rockaways peninsula was deemed among the “most at risk.” But the requirement in a 1978 law to create a regularly updated plan for the restoration of “vital services” after a storm went mostly unheeded. “I don’t know that anyone believed,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said last week. Asked how prepared state officials were, Cuomo said, “Not well enough.”

BILLIONAIRE MEDIA BARON Silvio Berlusconi, who resigned in disgrace with Italy tottering through the European debt crisis, said Saturday he is running for a fourth term as premier. Berlusconi, 76, reluctantly stepped down last year after pressure from international financial markets. He was later convicted of tax fraud and is on trial in Milan for alleged sexual misconduct. An unelected government of technocrats, led by respected economist Mario Monti, was appointed to replace him. But Berlusconi said he was confident of a victory.

THE SUDDEN DEATH of a nurse who unwittingly accepted a prank call to a London hospital about Prince William’s pregnant wife, Kate, has shocked Britain and Australia, and sparked an angry backlash Saturday. The prank took a dark twist Friday with the death of nurse Jacintha Saldanha, a 46-year-old mother of two, three days after she took the hoax call. Police have not yet determined Saldanha’s cause of death but said it appeared to be from natural causes. King Edward VII’s Hospital wrote to 2DayFM radio station’s parent company Southern Cross Austereo, condemning the “truly appalling” hoax.


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Sequim Community Broadcasting radio station KSQM-FM general manager Bob Schilling, left, passes out caps with the station’s logo to First Federal marketing manager Jennine Lee, center, and marketing coordinator Jen Ross during groundbreaking ceremonies for the station’s new broadcast tower Friday at a wooded site off Blue Mountain Road east of Port Angeles. The tower, its located marked by a tape-wrapped stump, right, is expected to be completed by fall 2013, along with an upgraded transmitter, allowing the station to broadcast into Port Angeles, an area previously outside the nonprofit station’s primary coverage area. First Federal made a contribution to tower construction and will receive naming rights to the structure. Clallam County emergency service agencies also are expected to share antenna space on the 155-foot-tall structure.

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SEATTLE — Police credit sharp-eyed residents of West Seattle with helping them arrest four people suspected of stealing packages from front porches. The Seattle Times reported that a woman at one house reported seeing a man run off with a UPS package late Friday morning and get into a white Toyota van. At midafternoon, a woman was seen jumping out of the same van at a different residence. An officer spotted the van, pulled it over and found three men, one woman and several packages. The packages have been returned. Officers are still trying to determine the owners of a pile of objects also found in the van. The four people were booked into the King County Jail for investigation in the robberies and for outstanding warrants.

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PORT ANGELES — Clallam County commissioners will reconsider Tuesday a memorandum of understanding with the state Department of Ecology for implementing the Dungeness water management rule. The three commissioners tabled a vote last week after Sequim land-use lawyer Kristina Nelson-Gross warned them of potential liability. Nelson-Gross cited a portion of the memorandum that lists the county’s responsibilities, specifically the verification of a “mitigation certificate” and confirmation that “applicable mitigation obligations” have been met. Ecology’s controversial rule for the greater SequimDungeness Valley will take effect Jan. 2. “The whole principle behind my caution, if you will, against those two items is that there is case law that says if things are intended to be regulatory in nature, a memorandum of understanding is not the appropriate place for those nondiscretionary, mandatory items,” Nelson-Gross said. Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols

said he was comfortable with the memorandum. “We’ve spent a fair amount of time on this agreement,” he said. “We’ve reached our own determinations as to the county’s appropriate role. “The rule is regulatory; an MOU [memorandum of understanding] is not intended to be. It is a guidance document that the county has gone at lengths to craft to try to ease, minimize and hopefully eliminate any inconvenience to persons across the county.”

Case law review Nichols said he would review any case law that Nelson-Gross could provide “just in the interest of due diligence.” “I think maybe another week just to fine-tune this thing one more time wouldn’t hurt,” said Commissioner Jim McEntire, whose district covers the Sequim-Dungeness Valley. McEntire, D-Sequim, and state Sen. Jim Hargrove, D-Hoquiam, negotiated the memorandum with Ecology and helped secure state funds to offset mitigation costs for future water users. The rule is intended to protect existing water rights and water supplies for human consumption

and fish habitat. It sets minimum instream flows and requires owners of new wells to mitigate water use in ways that include the purchase of credits through a water exchange, also known as a water bank. The exchange will be set up by Jan. 2, Ecology officials said. Hundreds of people protested the rule in verbal and written comments as it was taking shape earlier this year. Among the opponents were members of the North Olympic Peninsula Building Association, which is contemplating a lawsuit to rescind the water rule as it currently exists. Nelson-Gross is a member of a building association steering committee that intends to challenge Ecology’s authority. She said the county’s stated responsibilities in the memorandum of understanding expose it to liability. “The issue is that once [mitigation] certificates become recorded or in some other way verified, they become in effect a property right, and so that water right attaches itself to the property,” Nelson-Gross said. “So if there is some error in recording, whether through some disconnect

between the entity at the county or the applicants, if something doesn’t get verified when it has been recorded, that creates some risk of liability. “At some point, some purchaser down the road is going to say, ‘I have paid for this certificate.’ There was no procedure in place to say, ‘I have it recorded, it wasn’t recorded, now what we do?’ “So that’s my concern on those two items.”

‘Incredible’ work Speaking more generally, Nelson-Gross applauded the commissioners and the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office “for the incredible amount of work that they have obviously put into this memorandum. “From the rumors that were going around at the very beginning of the process, it appears that you held your ground,” she added. In a related agenda item, commissioners will consider Tuesday a contract amendment with Ecology adding $100,000 to offset the domestic mitigation cost for future water users. Under the amended contract, state funding would be increased from $350,068 to $450,068.

________ Reporter Rob Ollikainen can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5072, or at rollikainen@peninsula dailynews.com.

CARLSBORG — A tree falling across power lines tripped circuit breakers, leaving about 11,500 Clallam County Public Utility District customers without power Friday morning. Most of the area affected — from Gales Addition east of Port Angeles to the Dungeness River — had normal power within an hour of the 11:50 a.m. blackout. The remaining 850 customers — mostly in the area around the Port Angeles Walmart store in the Morse Creek basin served by the PUD’s Deer Park substation — received normal power before 2 p.m., PUD spokesman Mike Howe said.

Inaugural moved OLYMPIA — Gov.-elect Jay Inslee’s inaugural ball is moving back to the state Capitol. The Governor’s Inaugural Ball Committee said Friday that officials have made changes that will help with accessibility and security. The committee initially had planned to hold the event at Saint Martin’s University in Lacey because the venue offered better access and parking for an event that draws up to 5,000 people. The inaugural ball has taken place since 1853 and in recent years has been held at the Capitol. Ticket sales cover the cost of the ball. Tickets are $100 per person.

Free HIV tests Free HIV testing will be available this week at Planned Parenthood’s Port Angeles and Sequim health centers. The tests will be given Monday through Friday at the Port Angeles clinic, 426 E. Eighth St., and the Sequim clinic, 675 N. Fifth St., Suite 2-B. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommended earlier this month that all Americans ages 15-65 receive routine HIV testing, not just those most at risk. Cost of the Planned Parenthood clinics’ HIV tests will be paid for by the Someone You Know fund, which provides preventive health services such HPV vaccines, sexually transmitted infection tests, vasectomies and birth control to uninsured and low-income people in the Pacific Northwest. Further information and schedules can be obtained by phoning 800-230-7526. Peninsula Daily News and The Associated Press

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Please give the address of where the display is located so people can see it in person, too. All entries must be submitted on the Web — sorry, no entries by mail or DO YOU THINK you have the most amazing Christmas lights display in person. You can enter today through noon on the North Olympic Peninsula? Friday, Dec. 14. The Peninsula Daily News is holdTo view entries as they are posted, ing an online photo contest to find the click the “View Entries� tab on the conbest Christmas lights this season. Submit a photo of your home or test site. business lit up for the holidays. Winners will be chosen by the public We’re looking for homes and busiin online voting from noon Dec. 14 nesses lined with lights, yards decked through noon Friday, Dec. 21. out with decorations, displays of Santa In addition to the bragging rights and his reindeer — whatever you’ve that come with getting voted “best,� done to be festive this year. there are also prizes to be won. The contest is free to enter and open The three entries that receive the to residents of Clallam and Jefferson most online votes will win prizes courcounties. tesy of the contest’s sponsors. To enter, visit http://tinyurl.com/ Questions or problems posting a pdnholidaylights. photo? Or click on the “Holiday Lights� butPhone Sue Stoneman at 360-417ton in middle of our website, www. 3555 (there’s voice mail 24/7) or send a peninsuladailynews.com. detailed email to susan.stoneman@ Click on the “Submission� tab and peninsuladailynews.com. follow the instructions for registering Peninsula Daily News and submitting your photo.

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SEQUIM — A 65-yearold holiday charity needs a little help to reach its goal in providing toys and warm clothes to as many as 400 Sequim-area children. On Thursday, the Toys for Sequim Kids’ Warm Tree, located in the entryway at Rite Aid, 520 W. Washington St., was still heavily decorated with tags for clothes still needed for the giveaway. Each tag is different, noting the age, gender and the general description of a piece of clothing. “Teenage boy, hat and gloves,� one tag was marked, while another said, “Fiveyear old girl, pajamas.� But with only two weeks before the giveaway, there are still too many tags hanging on the tree. Toys for Sequim Kids is a Sequim Community Aid program to help low-income parents give Christmas gifts to their children, from birth through the eighth grade, including toys, clothes and cozy winter blankets.

Shop anywhere Donors can shop anywhere for the clothes, then return them, marked with a tag from the tree, to the Rite Aid customer service desk. On Thursday, Rite Aid manager JoAnn Balisteri pulled out a large box of donated clothes ready to be

sorted and given away. “There is some good stuff in here this year,� Balisteri said. However, the box, which held about 20 pieces or sets of clothing, represented a small portion of what is needed for the 350-400 children the program serves. The program also needs toys that are not a part of the Warm Tree. Toys can be dropped off at the Clallam County Fire District No. 3 station at 323 N. Fifth Ave. Gifts should not be wrapped, since parents are allowed to choose the toys and clothes most appropriate for their children from the donated selection, said Donna Tidrick, president of Sequim Community Aid.

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In 1983, the organization had fallen on hard times and was nearly defunct, she said. A group of volunteers who wanted to see the tradition continue reorganized the effort and formed a new committee to run it, and the result was renamed Toys for Sequim Kids. “I’d like to thank all of the anonymous donors through the years,� Tidrick said. Sequim Community Aid also provides emergency utility payments, rents and deposits, local bus tickets and paper products to lowincome families year-round. For more information, phone 360-681-3731 Tax-deductible cash donations can be sent to P.O. Box 1591, Sequim, WA 98382.

was going to rob them both, took the reporting party’s purse and got out of the car. Hedrich then reportedly joined a fourth person in a car waiting at the beach parking lot and drove away. McNeill told investigators she knew the gun Hedrich had was only a BB gun and that she was never in danger, as McNeill and Hedrich had planned to rob the reporting party beforehand. McNeill would go on to tell authorities about a second attempt to rob the same person, according to police reports, though she said Hedrich was only involved in the Port Williams Beach encounter.

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The gifts will be distributed between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Dec. 19. Only one parent will be allowed into the distribution room, and children will not be admitted, Tidrick said. There is no preregistration necessary, but parents must bring photo identification and proof — such as a utility bill — that they live in the Sequim School District, she said. Tidrick added that each family can choose one blan________ ket, but families that got blankets last year are not Reporter Arwyn Rice can be eligible for a blanket this reached at 360-452-2345, ext. year. 5070, or at arwyn.rice@peninsula Sixty-five years ago, a dailynews.com.

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SEQUIM — A second Sequim-area resident has been arrested in a robbery reported at a Clallam County park just east of Sequim last week. Clallam County Sheriff’s Deputies booked 24-year-old Richard Lee Hedrich, also known as “Boston,� into the Beach parking lot Clallam County jail for invesAt about 6 p.m. Nov. 15, tigation of one count of firstaccording to a certification of degree robbery. probable cause filed in the Hedrich case, the individual Alleged accomplice who reported being robbed His Thursday booking drove Hedrich — known only came one day before Michelle to the reporting party as Patricia McNeill, an alleged Richard — to the beach parkassociate of Hedrich, pleaded ing lot to meet McNeill, who not guilty to one count of had driven her own car. first-degree robbery in ClalOnce there, the reporting lam County Superior Court. party and Hedrich joined Hedrich was still in the McNeill in her car, soon after Clallam County jail as of which Hedrich pulled out Saturday on $10,000 bond, what appeared to be a gun while McNeill has been from the back seat. released, with her next SupeAccording to police rior Court appearance set for reports, Hedrich told McNeill Jan. 17 at 1 p.m. and jury and the reporting party he

ichard Lee Hedrich was still in jail as of Saturday, while Michelle Patricia McNeill has been released.

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trial set for Feb. 19. Hedrich’s arrest and the burglary charge against McNeill stem from a reported robbery in which Hedrich and McNeill, according to police reports of the incident, conspired to rob a single individual in the parking lot of Port Williams Beach just northeast of Sequim.

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Glines Canyon Dam 9 miles upstream in Olympic National Park has been lowered to the bottom of its former reservoir and is scheduled to be fully gone in May. Scientists say the two dams blocked 25 million cubic yards of sand, silt, cobble and gravel in the Lake Aldwell and Lake Mills reservoirs behind the dams. “The big issue with removing the dams is how much sediment is going to come out and where it’s going to go,� Mastin said. Twenty-five million cubic yards is enough sediment to fill the length of a football field to the height of 11 Empire State Buildings.

ANDY RITCHIE, OLYMPIC National Park hydrologist for the Elwha River restoration project, will share his experience of monitoring and managing sediment flow on the Elwha in a public presentation Tuesday. The free program will begin at 7 p.m. at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center, 3002 Mount Angeles Road in Port Angeles. Peninsula Daily News

Cornerstone project Dam removal is the cornerstone of the National Park Service’s $325 million river and salmon restoration effort, the largest of its kind in U.S. history. “It’s pretty exciting,� Mastin said. The scientific community is focused on the everchanging river, especially now that sediment is pouring over the top of Glines Canyon Dam and the river is running high amid seasonal rains. State and federal agencies and the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe are monitoring the effects of the sediment on fish and changes to the physical properties of the lower river and nearshore zone. Olympic National Park spokeswoman Barb Maynes said fewer salmon are being collected at the tribal fish hatchery, but it’s too soon to tell how fish are responding to the sediment.

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U.S. Geological Survey hydrological technician Greg Justin, left, records the position over the Elwha River as hydrologist Mark Mastin prepares to lower a probe into the river below from the pedestrian causeway on the Elwha River Bridge west of Port Angeles on Tuesday. John Clemens, USGS spokesman with the Washington Water Science Center in Tacoma, said 4.5 percent of the sediment trapped behind the dams already has moved downstream. Mastin and hydrological technician Greg Justin were tracking that movement by sampling water from the Clallam County bridge not far downstream from the Elwha Dam site. The USGS also collects suspended sediment samples from the Altair area below the once-210-foot Glines Canyon Dam. Before Glines Canyon Dam was lowered to the

bottom of Lake Mills, about 90 percent of the sediment flowing down the river was fine silt. Mastin said the sediment composition has become 50 percent coarser. “We’re seeing a lot more sand coming down the river,â€? he said. “We don’t have a good handle on exactly how much, but we’ve seen it upstream.â€? Flows have risen sharply within the past 1½ weeks — from about 2,000 cubic feet per second, or cfs, at the USGS gauging station at the McDonald Creek bridge to about 4,000 cfs Friday. Flows spiked at about

7,000 cfs early last week. The USGS likes to collect suspended sediment samples when flows are high and churning. “It’s sort of event-driven,� Mastin said. “The most important action occurs when flows increase and rise.�

Sediment becomes soil More than half of the sediment stuck behind the dams will remain in the reservoir beds, destined to be covered with vegetation. Turbidity, measured in formazin nephelometric units, or FNU, has spiked dramatically since the summer.

The haze gauge was fewer than 500 FNU in the dry months. It rose to nearly 1,600 FNU early last week. Also last week, sediment and woody debris moving down the river clogged filters at the Elwha Water Treatment Plant. The plant supplies water to the Lower Elwha Klallam hatchery, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife rearing channel and the Nippon Paper Industries USA Inc. mill in Port Angeles. _______ A team of consultants Reporter Rob Ollikainen can be and engineers was on-site reached at 360-452-2345, ext. Monday and Tuesday to 5072, or at rollikainen@peninsula modify the intake system. dailynews.com.

Mileage: Other governments pay less CONTINUED FROM A1 Angeles and Port Townsend school districts. So do the Port of Port Commissioner Will Purser, who was not on the Angeles and Olympic Mediboard in 1995, did not return cal Center. The city of Forks’ rate is calls for comment Friday. Purser replaced Bill 51 cents a mile. The city of Port Angeles McCrorie, who was on the board in 1995 and died in encourages the use of pool cars. 2001. Employees are paid 30 cents a mile if a pool car is IRS rate formula available and they still use a On its website, www.irs. private vehicle, City Clerk gov, the IRS says how it Janessa Hurd said. arrives at the mileage rate. City employees receive “The standard mileage the federal rate if no pool rate for business is based on vehicle is available. an annual study of the fixed and variable costs of operat- $58,570 paid in 2011 ing an automobile,� the In 2011, Clallam PUD agency says. Clallam and Jefferson paid $58,570 in mileage counties and the cities of reimbursements, agency Sequim, Port Angeles and spokesman Mike Howe said. Of that amount, the disPort Townsend reimburse employees the standard IRS trict paid out $17,944 in mileage rate for work- reimbursements over and above the IRS rate in accorrelated travel. So do the Sequim, Port dance with the 1995 policy.

The portion that is above the IRS rate — the 23 cents a mile — is taxable. The 23-cent figure was arrived at in a study by thenPUD Treasurer-Controller Shelley Burgett that reflected the true cost of operating a vehicle, Haffner said. “Shelley thought then that this 23 cents was really true compensation for most people’s vehicles over and above what the IRS said,� Haffner said. “This was not an arbitrary, flip-the-coin type thing,� he added. “It is hoped that this increase in mileage allowance will encourage employees to use their own vehicles and reduce the district’s fleet,� according to the minutes of the April 10, 1995, meeting at which the mileage rate formula was approved. Howe said Friday that

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ner said. “We were concerned back then that if you tell the union people that they have to use their own vehicle, I think you end up having a lot of problems,� he said. Timm Kelly, president and business manager of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 997, would not talk to a Peninsula Daily News reporter. Kelly also did not respond Thursday or Friday to an email request for an interview about the PUD’s mileage reimbursement policy. PUD commissioners are scheduled to approve a 2013 budget at their meeting Monday that includes an electricity rate increase of up to 3 percent, likely effective in May or June, Howe said. “We are still awaiting specifics from Bonneville Power Administration on how their increase will impact the PUD,� he said. The meeting is at 1:30 p.m. at the PUD’s main office, 2431 E. U.S. Highway 101 in the Gales Addition area east of Port Angeles.

Haffner said the commissioners’ intention in 1995 was, specifically, to keep the number of non-daily-use PUD vehicles to a minimum. “When you are paying $20,000 or $30,000 for a vehicle, if it’s only used 20 percent of the time, that’s a lot of money to have sitting around,� he said. “It’s a pain to have to go out and try to rely on a PUD vehicle to go to a meeting in Eastern Washington or in Seattle,� Haffner added. Howe said Friday that the number of non-daily PUD vehicles in the district’s fleet was not available. Haffner said his “gut feeling� was that the policy had done its job. “I want to find out if it ________ has worked,� he added. “I will bring it up.� Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb Another concern in 1995 can be reached at 360-452-2345, might have been the ext. 5060, or at paul.gottlieb@ PUD employees’ union, Haff- peninsuladailynews.com.

Rat-bite fever confirmed in central state WENATCHEE — Ratbite fever has been confirmed in a few residents of Chelan and Douglas counties in central Washington. The Wenatchee World reported that the ChelanDouglas Health District issued a news release about the disease Friday. The district also says a Grant County resident may have been exposed. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said rat-bite fever is a bacterial disease caused by infected rodents or consumption of contaminated food or water.

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the number of vehicles in the PUD fleet in 1995 was unavailable. “With a quick look at the figures, we had 80 vehicles in 1998,� Howe said in an email. “As of June 30, 2012, we had 132 total.�

Maynes on Friday said the problem is being addressed and that the plant continues to produce clean water. In other project news, park spokeswoman Rainey McKenna said revegetation crews have completed seeding and planting operations for the year. In October and November, Olympic National Park staff, Washington Conservation Corps crews, the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe and a team of volunteers planted 32 acres with 16,800 seedlings in the drained reservoirs. All told, more than 46,000 seedlings have been planted since the project began, McKenna said.


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PORT TOWNSEND — One day after the state Supreme Court declined to overrule a lower court ruling granting a convicted murderer a new trial, legal sides in the case voiced opposite opinions about a change of venue. Michael J. Pierce of Quilcene was convicted in 2010 of the first-degree murders of Pat and Janice Yarr on

March 18, 2009, in their farmhouse near L a k e Leland. In a July 17 decision, the state Pierce Court of Appeals unanimously reversed the conviction — for which Pierce, 36, is serving a life sentence at Walla Walla State Penitentiary — and sent the case back to

Jefferson County for a new trial. The ruling stated that Pierce was denied access to his attorney and that Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney Scott Rosekrans’ closing arguments were inappropriate. Rosekrans filed a request in August requesting that the state Supreme Court review the appellate decision, and on Thursday, the high court in Olympia declined to hear the case.

Waterfront: Extension CONTINUED FROM A1 currently in the works. At full buildout, the park The $500,000 will go is expected to include a new toward the $3.9 million plaza abutting Oak Street, a esplanade project now under gathering area designed way along Railroad Avenue, around the existing whale West said, while the vertebra sculpture and the $302,400 will be set aside for installation of two public work on the $3.2 million beaches separated by a rockWest End Park, slated for lined jetty. West said Spokane-based the waterfront area between North Oak Street and the architectural firm Studio Cascade is about halfway Valley Creek Estuary. The city will be putting done with designs for the up $302,400 in matching park, with the city expecting funds for the RCO grant, construction to begin as Korcz said, while the early as next summer — $500,000 grant requires a just when the esplanade 2.5 percent match, or construction along Railroad $12,500. Avenue is expected to wrap up. Economic development City planners are working with Studio Cascade The $500,000 grant also will allow the city to direct designers to first design some of its own economic those park elements that development funds, previ- the city most likely will be ously prioritized for the able to afford, West said. On the esplanade — esplanade project, to the which has Railroad closed at other project, West said. “It opens up an opportu- Oak Street — West said connity for those [economic struction is on schedule, development] funds to be with all the necessary pileprovided to West End Park,” driving work — the source of the steady banging sound West said. was emanating The city is planning to that construct the park in stages throughout downtown about depending on which por- a month ago — finished. Crews from Primo Contions of the project are the most economically feasible struction of Carlsborg are at the time, West explained, now working to get the sowith an application for a called “in-water” work west second $500,000 RCO grant of the MV Coho ferry land-

ing done by Jan. 15 to comply with construction limitations put in place to protect fish species, West explained. “We have to have everything in that vicinity done by Jan. 15,” he said. Coho owner Black Ball Ferry Line is simultaneously having improvements constructed to the landing and federal Port of Entry at the foot of Laurel Street, including renovation of the large ferry pier’s west side.

Extending esplanade In-water works for the city esplanade describes that which must be done north of the ordinary hightide mark and includes placing caps on the piles already driven under the water so the esplanade itself can be built on top, West said. Work to be done after Jan. 15 will include pouring the concrete for the esplanade and boardwalk that will parallel Railroad Avenue, as well as improvements to the surface of the street itself, West said.

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Clallam County commissioners will adopt the county’s 2013 budget when they gather 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 for the three commissioners include: ■ A resolution adopting budget emergency appropriations. ■ A resolution adopting the annual road construction program. ■ A resolution rescinding and replacing budget resolutions to comply with state Department of Revenue format. ■ An addendum to Teamsters’ Local Union 589 labor agreement correcting a clerical error. ■ A contract with Peninsula Behavioral Health for dedicated tax funds for mental health counseling services to people with developmental disabilities. ■ A contract with First Step Family Support Center for dedicated tax funds for a supported parenting project. ■ A contract with Olympic Personal Growth Center for activities associated with a state Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery grant as administered by the county. ■ A contract amendment with the state Department of Ecology adding funding to the Dungeness water exchange. ■ A memorandum of understanding with the state Department of Ecology for implementing the Dungeness Valley water rule. ■ An agreement with Jefferson County for funding distribution for the North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee. ■ A resolution reappointing members to the Peninsula Regional Support Network advisory board. ■ A resolution creating an unemployment compensation fund, changing the name of the recreational and boating fund, closing the Public Safety Interoperable Communications grant fund and closing operating transfers. ■ A public hearing on a proposed ordinance amending Clallam County code for general parks and fairgrounds rules and regulations. Commissioners will meet in the same boardroom at 9 a.m. Monday for their weekly work session to discuss the action items. Other topics will include: ■ A report on ocean acidification. ■ The proposed procedure for screening District Court No. 2 judge applicants. ■ Proposed revisions to fee schedules related to the

Eye on Clallam Clallam County Fairgrounds and park facilities. ■ A contract supplement with the state Department of Transportation obligating funds for the U.S. Highway 101 underpass project at Deer Park Road and improvements to the nearby rest area. ■ An agreement with Clallam County Fire District No. 2 establishing a shared small-works roster. ■ A briefing on proposed state Department of Ecology updates to the State Environmental Policy Act.

Clallam PUD Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will consider adopting 2013 budgets for the electric, water and wastewater operating fund Monday. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Port Angeles main office, 2431 E. U.S. Highway 101. PUD commissioners also will consider 2013 appointments and a resolution establishing the district’s schedule of deposits and charges and electric line extension unit prices.

Fire District No. 2 A meeting of the Clallam County Fire District No. 2 Board of Commissioners will be held Monday. The board will meet at 102 E. Fifth St. in Port Angeles at 9 a.m. to approve December vouchers. An executive session will be held for an employee performance evaluation and is expected to last one hour.

Peninsula College The Peninsula College Board of Trustees will conduct its regular monthly meeting Tuesday. The trustees will meet at 2 p.m. in the Cornaby Center (A-12) on the Peninsula College campus at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles.

Conservation district The Clallam Conservation District will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday. The district will meet at 3 p.m. at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Service Center, 1601 E. Front St., Suite A, Port Angeles.

Port of Port Angeles Port of Port Angeles commissioners will review a monthly report at their regular monthly meeting Monday that includes updates on log handling, marine terminal and other port operations. The commissioners will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the meeting room at the port

administrative building, 338 W. First St. in Port Angeles. Marine terminal tanker days have declined from 199 as of November 2007 to 115 as of this November, according to the agenda packet for the meeting. Log yard loads have declined from 10,316 by November 2007 — and 10,194 by November 2011 — to 6,548 as of this November. Slip occupancy at the Boat Haven also has declined, from 316 as of November 2007 to 281 by this November. Slip occupancy at the John Wayne Marina east of Sequim also has declined from 269 as of November 2007 to 227 by this November.

Forks City Council The Forks City Council is scheduled to approve a 2013 budget of $3.58 million when council members meet Monday for their regular meeting. The total compares with a 2012 budget of $5.03 million that included $1.3 million in improvement projects for Division Street and Russell Road. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. in City Council chambers at City Hall, 500 E. Division St. Council members also are scheduled to award a contract to demolish the burned former International Order of Odd Fellows hall. They also will discuss a Clallam Transit Center remodeling project and hold a public hearing for the sale and transfer of Industrial Park Lot 4 at 231 Industrial Way. The property consists of 6.3 acres that the Clallam County Public Utility District intends to use for warehousing and vehicle parking.

Port Angeles city Port Angeles City Council members will join members of its Utility Advisory Committee to discuss changes to the city’s industrial electrical transmission rates. The joint meeting starts at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers, 321 E. Fifth St., Port Angeles. The council and committee members will discuss changes to the city’s industrial transmission rate in the wake of Bonneville Power Administration plans to increase wholesale prices of its electricity next year. City Council and committee members also will hear staff reports on an information technology grant award, the city’s wireless mobile data system project and ordinance amendments to the city’s utility discount program.

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Ah, ah ah — don’t touch that pill I AM AWARE that everywhere I go, people are having whispered conversations about me, saying that I’m paranoid. I’ve also been told by W. Bruce my doctor that Cameron I have hypochondria, which is just one of the many diseases she’s treating me for. Between these two afflictions, I barely have time to be lazy, though I always manage to work it in somehow. Being a practicing paranoid hypochondriac means that I am always on the alert for new medications to take when those who are conspiring against me manage to implant me with an affliction. The problem, though, is that when I hear about a new drug, I’m afraid to take it. It’s not my fault: Every time a new pill is advertised on televi-

sion, all they can talk about is the potential side effects. Why can’t they take a page from the manufacturers of alcoholic beverages, who imply that the only side effect you’re likely to encounter using their product is that you’ll wind up dancing with Tyra Banks? Instead, you hear something like this: “Do not take Blisteria if you are pregnant or don’t want to be pregnant. Side effects may include itchy tongues and little knobby things growing out of your face. “Special effects may include flying cars and space aliens. Contact your doctor if your head falls off and rolls around on the floor, as this could be a sign of a serious reaction. “In rare cases, people taking Blisteria sometimes report running for Congress. Even more rare, they accomplish something once they’re elected. “Seek immediate attention if you have priapism for more than four hours, wherein you experience a certain delicate condition,

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even though you had this same condition for the entire eighth grade. “Users of Blisteria should not do any wing-walking if they are the only ones on the plane. Once you are off the airplane, good luck getting your luggage. “Drink all you want while taking Blisteria — Tyra Banks is never going to dance with you. Stop taking alcohol if you think it is Tyra Banks. “Blisteria is intended to treat RCT — Remote-Control Thumb, a debilitating disease wherein the thumbs become acutely sensitive from too much channel changing during the playoffs. “It has been proven completely ineffective against nosey questioning, constant criticism and regular flatulence, so don’t bother giving any to your mother-in-law. “Stop taking Blisteria if you are a man and you’ve lost your remote — just sit there helplessly, watching whatever is on, powerless to change it. “If you are a woman, you don’t need Blisteria, but it wasn’t very

nice of you to hide the remote control. “Some users report sudden weight loss, mostly because of the whole head-falling-off thing. Others report weight gain but promise to exercise as soon as their schedule frees up. “Blisteria — for that tinglefree thumb you’ve always wanted. Blisteria.” And that’s just the warning on the television — in print, there is always an entire page of additional potential harmful reactions, written in really, really tiny writing so that you’ll go blind trying to figure out the side effect they’re warning you about, which is blindness. My doctor believes that if she’s going to prescribe a new medicine for me, she needs to examine me in her office and not do it the way I’d prefer, which is via text message. “Come on, Doctor, couldn’t we make an exception just this once and have you phone in the prescription? I’m afraid my thumbs are tingling too much for me to drive safely,” I say to her.

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“We like to go out and cut our own Christmas tree. It’s the whole process of getting ready. It’s so uplifting! And my wife is like a kid, a real nut, when it comes to decorating.”

“Grandchildren and a greatgranddaughter. They’re all so cute and cheerful this time of year. Just mailed some packages off today to them. Also, helping people in need.”

“Thinking about spending time with friends and family. I also like the lights and sounds of Christmas. They’re all so beautiful. And everyone seems to be in good cheer, too.”

“Family has always been a big part of it — the dinners and being together with everybody.”

Peninsula Voices A recent Senate vote shows one of the many reasons I could never be a Republican. Serving, reserve and retired military members may pay into an annuity plan called the Survivor Benefit Plan, SBP, whereby the survivor receives a monthly payment for the lifetime of the beneficiary. Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, DIC, is a monthly benefit paid to eligible survivors of certain deceased veterans, generally members killed in action or as a result of a service-related injury or disease. Currently, it is $1,195 a month. According to the U.S. code, the DIC is reduced by the amount of the SBP, even though the member paid premiums for the SBP. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., introduced an amendment to the Defense Authorization Bill to eliminate the reduction of the DIC by the amount of the SBP. Sen. Bob Corker,

Post-election I I read with dismay the two “post-election” letters printed in the Nov. 27 PDN. Why on Earth do you print such letters? To pick just a few quotes from the barrage of hateful rhetoric, one letter claims “repeatedly lying pathologi-

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“My kids do. My wife and I “Everyone “It’s my don’t give each getting together children, Luke and other gifts. and decorating for Skyler. They just Instead, we love the holiday. My get so excited. to watch the kids granddad passed They love seeing open presents. away and left two the lights, hearing Oops! The kids big boxes of the music and already found the Christmas thinking about one big present. decorations — Santa coming. It But they’ll have to like 3-foot candy forces me to get wait.” canes for the into the spirit.” walkway.” INTERVIEWS

R-Tenn., objected with a point of order because it wasn’t paid for. Sen. Nelson requested a vote to put aside the payfor requirement, and a vote was taken (60 yes votes required). The result was 58 yes and 34 no, and the amendment failed. Six Republicans voted yes, and 33 — including John McCain, R-Ariz. — voted no. Republicans seem to be able to give millionaires and billionaires huge tax breaks but are unable to help the survivors of our military who died for us. Thomas See, Port Angeles

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“Have a neighbor drive you,” she suggests. I think about my neighbor, Tom. “No, that’s no good. His home theater has three remotes,” I reply. “His thumbs are so tingly, if I called, he probably couldn’t even answer the phone.” “Well, why don’t you try setting down the remote?” “What?” I gasp. “You could even go for a walk, get some exercise.” “Oh, sure, I’ll just do that. During the playoffs. Right.” I hurriedly thank her for her time and hang up before she can come up with any more crazy ideas. Sometimes I think my doctor doesn’t care about me at all. But I’m probably just being paranoid.

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Holiday headaches THE HOLIDAYS HERALD a chorus of stresses that can trigger migraines. With the party season in full swing, we tend to throw caution and routine to the wind — and both are critical to warding off painful migraine headaches. Key triggers such as alcohol, chocolate, and nuts, coupled with overindulgence, can easily bring them on. “Sometimes, it’s the first time in a year you’ve had an alcoholic beverage,” said Cleveland Clinic migraine specialist Dr. Jennifer Kriegler. Lack of sleep from late-night revelry is another common trigger for migraines. And then there’s the stress of holiday shopping with crowds and the scents that can set off a migraine. There are ways to mitigate some of these seasonal triggers, Kriegler said. For example, if you find that holiday candles and potpourri bring on pain instead of spirit, try outdoor shopping areas instead of indoor stores. Aol.com

cally and leaving a trail of scandalous outrages,” apparently but ungrammatically referring to President Barack Obama. The other refers to our president as “commander in cheap” and predicts

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“Giving to people you don’t even know, people who are really in need. Also, the smell of the Christmas tree. I follow the saying: ‘To spread Christmas cheer, sing loud so all can hear.’”

“many new cockamamie laws by presidential mandate.” I can understand people are disappointed that their candidate and party did not win and even that they fear the future, but can’t

you find someone with those views who can write an English sentence and express their ideas in a rational manner? For good measure, can they have a basic grasp of how our government works? Finally, what is this about dissing Saul Alinsky, for goodness’ sake? He was a creative thinker and actor, and he died 40 years ago. Lyn Muench, Port Angeles

Post-election II The very sad letters [“Post-election I” and “Postelection II,” Peninsula Voices, Nov. 27] would have one believe that the letter writers would welcome the collapse of our nation just so they can say, “I told you so.” I am happy that the election resulted in the disappointment of such narrow, selfish and unpatriotic folk. What kind of person

would welcome harm to their country in order to make a political point? Allan J. Harrison, Port Angeles

Spending problem President Obama’s tiresome mantra “the rich must pay their fair share” grossly misrepresents the total problem. Constantly repeating this one idea is highly deceptive, as taxing the rich even more will never solve our fiscal problems. Letting tax rates revert to the higher rates under [President Bill] Clinton will only provide enough revenue to cover federal government spending for eight to 10 days. We have a spending problem, not a revenue problem. The growth of entitlements is accelerating, driving us deeper in debt, and is guaranteed to gobble up any new income. TURN

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Peninsula Voices CONTINUED FROM A8 all tax revenue stream. Obama should show some leadership and presWhat is Obama’s plan ent a comprehensive and for getting entitlements balanced plan rather then back in line with what we his narrow “class warfare” can afford? There must be large cut- approach. Eugene Farr, backs in all government Port Townsend spending, starting with grants and gifts to worthless “green” energy compaWild Olympics nies that helped fund his Response to the front re-election. page, above-the-fold article What is Obama’s plan? “Private Study Sees Job Government bureauLoss from Wild Olympics” cracy is eating up too much [PDN, Nov. 27]: of the incoming revenue. I am what some call a What is Obama going to “fishing widow.” do to slim down the My husband is alive and bureaucracy? well, but every minute he Our economy is being can find free, he’s dreaming stifled by unnecessary and of heading to the West End ineffective regulations and rivers and landing a salmon. rules. When is Obama Over the years, I have going to clean up the regu- listened to many a fish latory morass? story, and I’ve learned a lot, The U.S. business and like salmon and other fish corporate tax rates are need clean water to spawn among the highest in the — no successful spawning, world, therefore limiting no future generations of what can be paid to worksalmon. ers and making products And I’ve learned that noncompetitive in world logging along rivers leads to markets. muddied water and smothDoes Obama propose to ers spawning beds. cut these rates? The study of the Wild Cutting these rates would Olympics Wilderness and increase jobs, keep profits Wild and Scenic Rivers Act here and increase the over- appeared to focus solely on

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I followed with great interest and some tingling down my spine the orderly removal of the two dams holding back the Elwha U.S. CUSTOMS AND Border Protection offiRiver. cers in Southern California have seized nearly I thanked God for the 36,000 Chinese rubber ducks that contain levels of powers that led to the a chemical that may be unhealthful for children. removal, even though it The ducks decorated as Santas, snowmen and took 20 years to make it other holiday figures were seized last week by offihappen. cers and import specialists at the ports of Los To the person who wrote Angeles and Long Beach. this strange letter, has he The customs agency said Friday that it worked read the history of the with the U.S. Consumer Products Safety CommisLower Elwha tribe and the sion in determining that the ducks contain an wrong that our government excessive level of a regulated phthalate, a chemical used to make vinyl and plastics soft and flexible. did to this tribe of many The rubber ducks were valued at more than tribes? $18,000. Has he considered the The Associated Press betrayal by our government of the Native Americans? Has he read with open eyes the stories of the the potential loss of logging restaurants and grocery elders who lived, worked jobs: “4.5 jobs in Clallam stores? and played along the County and 4.7 jobs in JefFrom what I’ve seen, Elwha River? ferson County.” fisherman travel far and Did he understand the What about fishing wide to get to our beloved great loss of homes, lands industry jobs? local rivers, and they bring where babies were born and How many of these jobs money. that the catch of salmon would be lost if our Olympic Keep our rivers clean. Peninsula rivers aren’t kept Claire Roney, was used for daily food? The Creator God is clean? Port Townsend always praised and recogHow many jobs could be nized by the Native Americreated if the rivers are Caring for Earth can. kept clean? Responding to the letter Before cutting down a How about the effect on jobs in related fields such as to the editor “‘Eco-religion- tree, the person thanks ists’” [Peninsula Voices, the Great Spirit for the canning or sporting goods tree and thanks the tree Nov. 29]: or with local motels and

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for its provision. I have to wonder with sadness why this person finds so much anger and negative rhetoric concerning my Native brothers and sisters. Let’s care for the Earth as our Native American brothers and sisters have done for eons. Marti Anthony, Port Townsend

Quiet running I just have to comment, as a solitary quiet runner who rarely disturbs wildlife: Who will monitor those who are still allowed to use the trails [“Plan Would Prohibit Horses, Jogging on Dungeness Spit,” PDN, Nov. 30]? I mean, I walk faster than a lot of runners. Will someone prevent my walking fast on the trails? How about the noisy walkers who probably scare more birds than a quiet, lone runner? I’m not unreasonable here. I get the horse part and I have a horse, but really . . . jogging restrictions? Marca Davies, Port Angeles

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who would give you a box or two of lights to decorate you home or room if you ask. Return them.

PLEASE SEND COMMENTS on topics in the news — including Congress and other political issues — as signed letters to Peninsula Voices (see “Have Your Say” on the opposite page). And customer complaints aimed at specific businesses need to be taken up directly with the businesses themselves.

SHAME ON THE [unidentified] city ordinance for prohibiting posting of lost-cat signs on the telephone polls. Shame on the city.

LEE ZURCHER

Rave of the Week WOW! THAT’S THE word that comes to mind when I see the beautiful Christmas lights in Sequim, Port Angeles and also the Jamestown [S’Klallam] tribe [Blyn]. What a spectacular site to drive past on Highway 101. Hard work goes into this, I’m sure. A big thank-you to all the volunteers and workers who make it happen.

. . . and other Raves LONG-OVERDUE RAVE FOR a tenacious Andy Nilles and the residents of the Vintage Apartments who persevered in securing crossing signs at Priest and Brackett roads at the Sequim Walmart. IT PAID TO subscribe to the PDN when our carrier, Joan Morrish, happened upon thieves attempting to purloin a boat gas tank in Monterra [Port Angeles]. They left empty-handed, thanks to her headlights and timely arrival. RAVES TO THE folks who decorated the streets of downtown Sequim for Christmas. What a beautiful sight and tribute to our wonderful little town. Thank you.

RAVES TO EMILY Westcott and her army of Christmas elves for decorating downtown Sequim with a big, beautiful tree and gorgeous lights. Their work is appreciated very much. RAVE TO MARTY Hoffman and crew for the beautiful decoration on Diamond Point Road [Gardiner]. Christmas spirit! THE BIGGEST HOLIDAY rave to Santa Claus (Don McIntyre) and the community of Sequim from Sequim Valley Chapel for making our Toys for Tots fundraiser a huge success. With their contributions, we were able to help a lot of foster kids. Thank you. A HUGE RAVE to the nurses and aides at Avamere (Sequim) — especially the ones working in the Dungeness rooms. They make the daily lives of their residents better because of their caring. The families of the residents can relax knowing their family member is in good hands. God bless and thank you for everything you do.

I HAVE A big rave for the jeweler who changed my watch battery and did not charge me because he was super nice. My kids were there, 6 and 8, and he let them “help him” so, in that case, he didn’t charge me. They loved it, thought it was great. A RAVE TO Michael from DelHur [Port Angeles] for pulling me out of the mud in my yard on a recent morning.

Rant of the Week TO THE GAL who checked me out after my appointment at my dentist’s office in Port Angeles: If you are going to work with the public, you shouldn’t have your cleavage hanging out. And shame on the owner for allowing her to look that way.

. . . and other Rants RANT FOR TAKING the LED lights off our display. They were of two different sizes. The grandchildren enjoyed looking at them. There are more people around

A RANT TO to the [unidentified] city: How heartless and cruel you are to take lost-pet signs down from telephone poles. You must enjoy having pet owners suffer. EDITOR’S NOTE: In addition to signs around the neighborhood, owners of lost pets also have another avenue. The PDN publishes free lostpet ads in its daily classified advertising section to help pet owners get their critters back quickly. Each ad can appear for up to four days at no charge. Phone 360-452-8435 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. PEOPLE SHOULD GO and look at the Elwha River and the dead fish washing down. I wouldn’t want to drink that water because it’s absolutely filthy. EDITOR’S NOTE: We asked Olympic National Park spokeswoman Barb Maynes for a response: There are carcasses of spawned-out salmon along the Elwha, as is typical for this time of year (on the Elwha and other salmon streams).

Salmon typically die shortly after they spawn. It is not related to the silt. THIS RANT GOES out to the scumbags who stole from the vendors at the Boys & Girls Club [Sequim] on Dec. 1. What goes around, comes around — remember that. BIG RANT TO businesses on the Peninsula. Whatever happened to being Christian and giving people a chance to start over? What about those poor people with a felony record? They deserve a hiring chance. Rants to businesses that are prejudiced against these people.

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1st of 2 gospel concerts today Peninsula chorus slated to perform BY DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers are ready to give a pair of free Christmas concerts. First, the 13-voice choir, with director Lee Moseley and accompanist Penny Hall, will step up at 6 p.m. today at the Lighthouse Christian Center, 304 Viewcrest Ave., to give a public performance. Then next Sunday, Dec. 16, they will do it again at 2:30 p.m. at the Port Angeles Senior Center, 328 E. Seventh St. Today, the program starts out with “Rise Up O Men of God,” “Soon and Very Soon” and “All in the Name of Jesus,” with John Carson offering a solo. Then come “This Little

Light of Mine” and a gospel hymn medley with a solo by Larry Doyle and a duet by Doyle and Mike Perry. The choir will round out the 80-minute concert with “Beautiful Star of Bethlehem,” “Rejoice with Exceeding Great Joy” and “O Holy Night,” featuring soloist Dave Meyer and the quartet of Michael Craig, Emil Moilanen, Jacob Brown and Mike Stenger. The final song, as is the men’s custom, will be “Let There Be Peace on Earth.”

Christmas music The Dec. 16 date will have more Christmas music on its program, said Craig, the singers’ spokesman. While admission is free to these concerts, donations help the singers with expenses as they travel around the region. To find out more about the ensemble, visit www.PMGospelSingers.com.

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PORT ANGELES — The forthcoming Story Swap is wide open. It’s to be a night of seasonal yarns and tales — about the solstice, Hanukkah, Christmas or just plain winter — at the Camp Fire Clubhouse on Monday. These swaps, held each month by the Story People, typically have a featured teller. The December edition

doesn’t; it’s all open mic. So there will be plenty of time for various storytellers — of any age and style — to come and share. Refreshments will flow along with the stories from 7 p.m. till 9 p.m. at the clubhouse, which is at the edge of Jessie Webster Park at 619 E. Fourth St. For more information about the swaps and the Story People behind them, email obscure98382@yahoo. com or phone 360-582-1724.

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A branch sticking up from a log floating in Port Angeles Harbor gives the illusion of a Charlie Brown-style Christmas tree a la the comic “Peanuts” against a backdrop of the ferry MV Coho on the far side of the harbor. Passers-by on Ediz Hook indicated that the log had been drifting around the harbor for several days.

Driver can return to California, judge says Man allegedly traveled wrong way on 101, forced pickup truck off road BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — The California man arrested last week after allegedly driving the wrong way on U.S. Highway 101 near Forks can be released from jail and return to his home state without surrendering his passport, a Clallam County Superior Court judge has decided. Judge Ken Williams decreed Friday that Kirill S. Chumak, 30, can pay $5,000 in bondable bail — meaning Chumak can pay a bail bond company about $500 and the company will foot the rest and collect the difference from Chumak — to be released from the Clallam County jail rather than hand THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in an Anchorage jail, but FBI over his passport to the court. and Anchorage police invesANCHORAGE, Alaska — Agreed to return Investigators who spent tigators said Friday they think he may have had up to hours interviewing an During his arraignment Alaska serial killer said he three additional victims. Friday, Chumak pleaded not “Based on some of the guilty to one count each of may have murdered close to things he told us . . . we hit-and-run on an attended a dozen people and that he killed for pleasure and was believe the number is less vehicle, driving under the only conflicted about how his than 12,” FBI Special Agent influence and first-degree notoriety would affect his Jolene Goeden said. malicious mischief. Keyes slit his wrist and loved ones. The charges stem from Israel Keyes confessed to strangled himself with bed- Chumak’s arrest early last killing eight people across ding last Sunday at the Monday after he allegedly Correctional drove on the wrong side of the country before he com- Anchorage mitted suicide last weekend Facility. Highway 101 just north of Forks, forced a pickup truck off the road and, after a State Patrol officer arrested him, Y O U R D I A B E T E S C A R E C E N T E R kicked out the rear passenger window of the officer’s patrol car. Chumak also agreed to

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sign a waiver of extradition — meaning he will not contest being transported back to Port Angeles from California to face trial on these charges — and consented to being barred from driving, at Williams’ order. “It’ll be public transit and friends for a while,” Williams said. Chumak’s jury trial, expected to last one to two days, was set for Feb. 27, with a status hearing slated for Jan. 24 at 1 p.m. Williams said Chumak can be present by phone for the status hearing but must BMW on opposite side appear in person for the trial. Chumak allegedly was parked in his BMW facing Defense attorney north in the southbound lane During the arraignment, of Highway 101 at Milepost defense attorney Karen 201, a few miles north of the Unger argued that the junction of Highways 101 judge’s original order for and 110, or LaPush Road, Chumak to give up his pass- when a State Patrol trooper port to be released from jail found him at about 5:30 a.m. was too harsh a requirement Monday, according to the considering the nature of the incident report. charges against him. After an interview with “It seems unreasonable the trooper, Chumak was that someone with no crimi- placed under arrest and put nal history should have to into the patrol car. While the trooper was surrender his passport to get out of jail,” Unger told the processing Chumak’s car, court during Chumak’s according to the incident report, Chumak kicked out arraignment. Additionally, Unger said, the rear passenger-door winChumak lives alone in dow of the patrol car. Mountain View, Calif., and ________ has no means to get his passReporter Jeremy Schwartz can port from his home to Port be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. Angeles. 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula Williams said the original dailynews.com.

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requirement for Chumak to give up his passport was based, in part, on concerns that he might have been a dual citizen of the U.S. and Russia. Chumak gave up his Russian citizenship in 2009 to become a citizen of the United States, Unger said. After Unger asked about Chumak’s black BMW being released and driven by someone else back to California, Williams said Unger and Chumak would have to work with the Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to see whether the car might contain any evidence that could be used in the jury trial.

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The band next performs on this Wednesday’s episode, set to air at 8 p.m. on Fox affiliate KCPQ-TV, channel 13. The results of a subsequent round of viewer voting will be revealed the next night, same time and same channel. Laraine Larson, the mother of the Stromberg boys who moved to California with them in 2011 to help manage their band, said getting signed to Cowell’s record label would be a “release and a reward for all the hard work they’ve put in over the year.”

Surprise party Larson was at the surprise birthday party thrown for Wesley last Thursday and didn’t fail to notice one particular attendee standing among those gathered for the celebration. “And Simon Cowell was right there singing ‘Happy Birthday’ along with the crowd,” Larson said. Kristy Sallee, Sequim resident and mother to Chadwick, said the band getting a record deal with Cowell would be huge, adding that she has the highest hopes for the trio as “The X Factor” winds down. “I’m hoping next year it will be the American Music Awards,” Sallee said. Audience votes held Emblem3 in the third spot of “The X Factor” rankings last week after the trio sang “Forever Young,” made famous by Rod Stewart, and Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are,” Larson said. Larson said the buzz around Emblem3 is that the trio will make it to the final three, who will all perform during the Dec. 19 episode, with the winner chosen the next night. “It’s up to the public,” Larson said. “Emblem3’s fate is in their hands.” Both Larson and Sallee said the band did an amazing job during last week’s performances, adding that they were both thrilled to see Chadwick get the chance to play his acoustic guitar during “Just the Way You Are.” “I liked the unplugged [song] because I feel like that’s who they are,” Sallee said.

Original song Larson, whose sons Wesley and Keaton play guitar and bass, respectively, said the trio hasn’t played their instruments or sung an original song of their own since they first auditioned for “The X Factor,” adding that she hopes this will be remedied by the time Emblem3 is done on the show. “We’re hoping in the final performance, which would be on [Dec. 19], that they all get to play an original,” Larson said. Throughout their career on “The X Factor” and their year or so in California, the guys of Emblem3 haven’t forgotten where they come from, Larson said. “Just because we live in Huntington Beach, the boys still consider Sequim their hometown,” Larson said. “It’s important for them to have that recognized.”

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

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KINGSTON — Mariah Frazier swished in 19 points against Kingston to help keep the Port Angeles girls basketball team undefeated in the Olympic League. The Roughriders had four players score in double figures as they stomped the Buccaneers 58-40 on Friday night. Also scoring in double figures for the Riders, 3-0 in league and 3-1 overall, were Macy Walker with 13, Bailee Jones with 11 and Maddy Hinrichs with 10. Kingston fell to 1-2 for league and overall. The game was even until late in the third quarter. The Riders had a good lead after one quarter at 12-5 but the Bucs had narrowed the margin to three, 28-25, at halftime. Kingston’s Savannah Turrieta, a 5-foot-10 forward, hit 4-of-7 3-pointers and scored 17 to keep Kingston close most of the game. Drew Clark, a 6-foot forward, added 14 — many of those also from the outside. “Mariah Frazier had a nice night driving against Kingston’s zone defense,” Port Angeles coach Michael Poindexter said.

Power play All of Jones’ points from the field came from inside. Jones and Frazier were a combined 8-of-12 shooting from the freethrow line. Walker and Hinrichs balanced the strong inside game of Frazier and Jones with timely outside scoring and a few transition baskets. Both teams were tired down the stretch, and both had limited depth because of injuries. “I was very proud of our composure and grittiness in the fourth quarter when we were able to finally pull away from them,” Poindexter said. The Riders next visit Klahowya (0-2, 3-2) in Silverdale on Monday. Port Angeles 58, Kingston 40 12 16 16 14— 58 5 20 10 5— 40 Individual scoring

Port Angeles (58) Frazier 19, Walker 13, Jones 11, Hinrichs 10, Northern 5. Kingston (40) Turrieta 17, Clark 14, Carper 5, Beauilieu 3, Kaye 1.

Olympic 42, Port Townsend 38 SILVERDALE — The Redskins lost an Olympic League heartbreaker on the road Friday night. Port Townsend played with the Trojans the whole game, leading 33-29 going into the final period. But Olympic’s big post Ashli Payne was too much for the shorter Redskins. Despite a box-and-one defense to contain Payne in the fourth quarter, the senior scored 19 points while grabbing 15 rebounds and earning five steals. The Trojans remained a game behind league leaders Port Angeles and Bremerton (3-0 each) by improving to 2-1 in league and 3-1 overall. The Redskins, continuing a strong start to their season, are now 1-2 in league and overall. Irina Lyons led three Port Townsend players in double figures with 11 points. Codi Hallinan and Jewel Johnson were right behind with 10 each. Olivia Williams netted 11 points for Olympic. The Redskins next host North Mason (0-3, 1-4) on Monday night. TURN

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PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Roughriders fell to 0-4 on the season with a 70-48 loss to Kingston on Friday night. Despite the margin of defeat, Riders coach Brent Stephens saw progress from his team. “I really think we grew tonight,” Stephens said. “We’re making the strides we need to make, and [we’re] improving.” It was evident in the first half when Port Angeles went toe-to-toe with one of the Olympic League’s best teams. The Riders played the Buccaneers to a 10-10 tie in the first quarter behind the scoring of Port Angeles seniors Caleb Treider and Marshall Elliott. The Riders controlled much of the second period and led 19-16 with three minutes remaining in the half. That’s when things went south for Port Angeles. Kingston finished the half on an 11-1 run, and continued to roll in the second half, building a 14-point lead heading into the fourth. In the final period, the Buccaneers’ hot shooting prevented Port Angeles from ever threatening to come back. Hans Shippers hit 3-pointers from the top of the key on consecutive offensive possessions to quickly extend a 49-36 lead to 55-36. Connor Wall took it from there for Kingston, scoring many of his game-high 27 points in the last quarter. “We broke down a little bit [in the second half],” Stephens said. “We didn’t get to the line, didn’t get to the basket as much. “A good team like Kingston

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Port Angeles’ Hayden Gunderson, right, tries to slip past the defense of Kingston’s K.T. Deam during the first quarter Friday night at Port Angeles High School. is going to press you to do those things for 32 minutes [in order to beat them].” Port Angeles came into the game with only one player averaging in double figures — Hayden Gunderson, who averaged 16.7 points in the first three games, including two

games of 20 points or more. Gunderson was held to four points against Kingston but the Riders had three players score in double figures: Treider (14 points), Elliott (13) and Garrett Payton (10). “We have a lot of people will-

ing to contribute,” Stephens said. “The further along we get, the less dependent we will be on Hayden. “He just needs to keep making good reads.” TURN

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Wilson leading playoff charge Hawks in position for postseason play thanks to rookie QB BY TIM BOOTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

RENTON — Pete Carroll desperately wanted to find his quarterback at the end of the win over Chicago, wanted to celebrate in the way he does and no one else, with fist pumps and a huge smile. When he finally found Russell Wilson, the quarterback Carroll took a risk on in April’s draft and later in August when he was Next Game chosen the starter, the QB did not care about Today the winning drive he’d vs. Cardinals just engineered for the at Seattle Seattle Seahawks. Time: 1:25 p.m. Wilson saw his On TV: Ch. 13 receiver Sidney Rice lying prone in the end zone after scoring the decisive touchdown and taking a huge hit, with trainers huddled around. For that moment, the victory to Wilson didn’t matter, and it caught Carroll by surprise. “He was so calm about everything that had happened and was just concerned about his teammate,” Carroll said. “That really struck me that he has a tremendous level of awareness and poise

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Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson (3) gets off a pass under pressure against the Chicago Bears last Sunday in Chicago. Over the last six weeks, statistically, Wilson’s been the best quarterback in the NFL. and it’s surprising that anybody could be like that, not just a rookie or a young guy in his first shot playing in Chicago and all that. “He just continues to be impressive in all of those ways.” Impressive continues to be the word used

most when describing Wilson, the quarterback who didn’t measure up to being worthy of risking a first-round pick on in the NFL draft. Over the last six weeks, statistically he’s been the best quarterback in the NFL. TURN

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Scoreboard Calendar Today Women’s Basketball: Peninsula College at Pierce Holiday Tournament, TBA.

Monday Boys Basketball: Forks at Clallam Bay, 5:45 p.m.; North Mason at Port Townsend, 7 p.m.; Klahowya at Port Angeles, 7 p.m.; Kingston at Sequim, 7 p.m. Girls Basketball: Port Townsend at North Mason, 7 p.m.; Port Angeles at Klahowya, 7 p.m.; Sequim at Kingston, 7 p.m.; Forks JV at Clallam Bay, 7 p.m.

Tuesday Boys Basketball: Eatonville at Chimacum, 5:15 p.m.; Rainier Christian at Quilcene, 7 p.m. Girls Basketball: Rainier Christian at Quilcene, 5:30 p.m.; Eatonville at Chimacum, 7 p.m. Wrestling: Port Townsend at Olympic, 7 p.m.

Area Sports Bowling LAUREL LANES Wednesday Birch’s Molar Bowlers Men’s high game: Cliff Silliman, 242; men’s high series: Cliff Silliman, 613. Women’s high game: Jeanne Phelps, 187; women’s high series: Aleta Smith, 472. Leading team: Mountain Beavers. Lakeside Big Four Men’s high game: Hal Morrison, 289; men’s high series: Al Angevine, 820. Leading team: Road Warriors. Men’s high game: Gary Wright, 246; men’s high series: Bob Gunn, 657. Women’s high game: Janet Elofson, 210; Sandi Gunn, 210; women’s high series: Sandi Gunn, 566. Leading team: Lakeside. Tuesday Laurel Lanes Seniors Men’s high game: Jack Shields, 188; men’s high series: Steve Campbell, 508. Women’s high game: Sherri Zindel, 188; women’s high series: Sherri Zindel, 486. Tuesday Brunch League High game: Cheri Pysson, 183. High series: Cheri Ptsson, 459. First place team: Avon/Louise Ensor. Mixed Up Mixed Men’s high game: Randy Sandwick, 246; men’s high series: Calen Walz, 595; Bill gannon, 595. Women’s high game: Debbie Nickles, 213; women’s high series: Debbie Nickles, 538. Leading team: Laurel Lanes. Monday Monday Night Mixed Men’s high game: Jeff Brown, 259; men’s high series: Jeff Brown, 620. Women’s high game: Brenda Haltom, 173; women’s high series: Brenda Haltom, 509. Leading team: Sew It Seams. Les Schwab Mixed Majors Men’s high game: Hal Morrison, 258; men’s high series: Kevin Darting, 672. Leading team: Peak’s Pub. Baxter Auto Parts Old Timers Men’s high game: Ken McInnes, 213; men’s high series: Cliff Silliman, 590. Women’s high game: Joan Wright, 190; women’s high series: Joan Wright, 518. Saturday, Dec. 1 Pee Wee Kids League Boys’ high game: Robert Wold, 122. Girls’ high game: Abby Robinson, 92. Bantam Kids League Boys’ high game: Tobias Bellis, 84; boys’ high series: Tobias Bellis, 191. Girls’ high game: Sierra Burkett, 139; women’s high series: Sierra Burkett, 343. Junior Kids League Boys’ high game: Nathan Dewey, 202; boys’ high series: Nathan Dewey, 511. Girls’ high game: Malyssa Gannon, 112; girls’ high series: Malyssa Gannon, 289. Friday, Nov. 30 7 Cedars Mixed Men’s high game: Keith Beck, 236; men’s high series: Keith Beck, 646. Women’s high game: Louise Demetriff, 218; women’s high series: Louise Demetriff, 607 and Rita Berson, 607. Leading team: Team Five.

Golf PENINSULA GOLF CLUB Friday Winter League — Week Eight Team Points 1. Golf Shop Guys 59.5 2. Triggs Dental Lab No. 1 53.5 3. Glass Services 48 4. Triggs Dental Lab No. 2 45 5. Buck’s Hooligans 44 6. Taylor Made Construction 39.5 7. Green Machine 33.5 8. Windermere 32 9. Irwin Dental 30.5 10. Joshua’s 23.5 Gross: Mike DuPuis, 36; Gary Thorne, 36. Net: Jacob Tweter, 33; Vic Ward, 33; Tory Clayton, 34; Sonny Carter, 34; Sonny Carter, 35; Ken Fisher, 35; Mike Tetnowski, 36; Ward Dunscomb, 36. Thursday Men’s Club Throw Out Three Worst Holes Gross: Gerald Petersen, 56; Gary Thorne, 58; Kevin Russell, 58. Net: Bud Fraser, 47; Larry Bourm, 49; Kevin Borde, 50; Terry McCartney, 51; Quint Boe, 52; Sam Hurworth, 52. Team Gross: Kevin Russell and Mike DuPuis, 68; Kevin Russel and Gary Thorne, 68; Gerald Petersen and Gary Reidel, 69. Team Net: Bill Lindberg and Kevin Borde, 60; Steve Main and Bud Fraser, 63; John Pruss and Quint Boe, 64; Jim Cole and Kevin Borde, 65; Greg Shield and Kevin Borde, 65; Darrell Vincent and Quint Boe, 65; Win Miller and Steve Colvin, 65; Sam Hurworth and Duane Vernon, 65. Tuesday Men’s Club Better Nine Gross: Rick Parkhurst, 37; John Tweter, 37. Net: Gene Middleton, 32; Ray Dooley, 33.5; Steve Callis, 34; Tom Lowe, 34.5; Gene Ketchum, 34.5. Team Gross: Rick Parkhurst and Bob Brod-

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hun, 70; Rick Parkhurst and John Pruss, 72; John Tweter and Gene Ketchum, 72. Team net: Steve Jones and Gene Middleton, 62; Ray Dooley and Dave Henderson, 62; Ray Santiago and Bernie Anselmo, 63; Ray Dooley and Tom Lowe, 63; Tom Lowe and Dave Henderson, 63; Lyle Andrus and Gene Middleton, 63. Sunday, Dec. 2 Men’s Club Sub Par Any Two Holes Gross: Gary Thorne, 69; Tim Lusk, 71. Net: Gary McLaughlin, 64; Leo Greenawalt, 66; Todd Irwin, 67; Rick Parkhurst, 67; Mike Sorenson, 68; Bill Lindberg, 69; Don Dundon, 69; Gerald Petersen, 69. Saturday, Dec. 1 Men’s Club Better Nine Gross: Gerald Petersen, 70. Net: Bill Evenstad, 31.5; Gary McLaughlin, 32.5; Dave Wahlsten, 33; Terry McCartney, 33. Team gross: Dave Wahlsten and Paul Reed, 67. Team net: Bill Evenstad and Paul Reed, 60; Bernie Anselmo and Leo Greenawalt, 62; Dave Wahlsten and Mark Mast, 62; Tom Lowe and Leo Greenawalt, 62. SUNLAND GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB Wednesday Men’s Selective Nine Gross: Jay Tomlin, 32. Net: Dave Martin, 26; Ray Aldrich, 28; Bill Wheeler, 28; Russ McClelland, 28.5. Cedars at Dungeness Wednesday Men’s Club ACE Day Flight One (Handicap 5.7—12) Gross: Dave Yasumura, 75. Net: Everett Thometz, 68; Allen Balla, 71; John Raske, 71. Flight Two (Handicap 13.2—17.2) Gross: Rodney Harp, 84. Net: Gary Williams, 69; Paul Ryan, 71. Flight Three (Handicap 17.5—20.8) Gross: Gayle Doyle, 90. Net: Ted Johnson, 72; Pat Lauerman, 73, Mike Sutton, 73 and Ron Fye, 73. Flight Four (Handicap 21.9—33) Gross: Joe Tomita, 96. Net: James Engel, 75, Tim Lane, 75. Closest to pin No. 4 Low division: Don Walker, 2 ft. 7 in. High division: Richard Hansen, 3 ft. 10 in. No. 11 Low division: Rodney Harp, 9 ft. 8 in. High division: Pat Lauerman, 9 ft. 4 in. No. 8 Open: Robert Mares, 8 ft. 9 in.

Basketball PORT ANGELES MEN’S LEAGUE Standings through Saturday Team W L Joshua’s Lounge 5 0 Langston Services 4 0 Skyridge Golf Course 4 1 Anytime Fitness—Seq 4 1 Next Door Gastropub 3 2 7 Cedars Casino 2 1 Baston Enterprises 2 2 Team Atals 2 3 Cougars 2 3 Strait Floor/Energy 1 4 Higher/Grandview 0 4 Westend Bailers 0 4 Sunny Farms 0 5 Wednesday results Anytime Fitness—Sequim 81, Baston Enterprises 65. High scorers AF: Sten Christiansen, 24; Marcus Buren, 18. B: Mark Shamp, 25; Luke Kisena, 9. Skyridge Golf Course 92, Higher Grounds/ Grandview Grocery 43. High scorers S: Nic Camporini, 32; Kenny Meier, 17. HG: Chris Stevens, 10; Brian Gunderson, 10.

Volleyball PORT ANGELES RECREATION COED Tuesday results Zbaraschuk Dental Care 25, Evergreen Collision 13. Zbaraschuk Dental Care 25, Evergreen Collision 13. Zbaraschuk Dental Care 25, Evergreen Collision 11. Serena’s Spikers 25, Laurel Dental Clinic 14. Laurel Dental Clinic 25, Serena’s Spikers 16. Serena’s Spikers 25, Laurel Dental Clinic 21. Laurel Dental Clinic 25, Serena’s Spikers 13. Monday results 7 Cedars Casino 25, The Tribe 16. 7 Cedars Casino 25, The Tribe 12. 7 Cedars Casino 25, The Tribe 18. Gone Squatchin 25, High Energy Metals 21. Gone Squatchin 25, Hihg Energy Metals 19. High Energy Metals 25, Gone Squatchin 15. Hutchinson Construction 25, Volleyball United 23. Hutchinson Construction 25, Volleyball United 23. Volleyball United 25, Hutchinson Construction 17. Volleyball United 25, Hutchinson Construction 22. Volleyball United 15, Hutchinson Construction 12.

Prep Sports Basketball Friday’s Scores BOYS Almira/Coulee-Hartline 44, Omak 24 Anacortes 65, Burlington-Edison 52 Archbishop Murphy 72, Lakewood 70 Arlington 67, Monroe 56 Ballard 67, Newport 57 Bear Creek School 68, Darrington 29 Bellevue Christian 64, Life Christian Academy 51 Bellingham 88, Nooksack Valley 54 Benson, Ore. 54, Hudson’s Bay 49 Bethel 79, Graham-Kapowsin 53 Bothell 78, Eastlake 51 Bremerton 79, North Mason 55 Brewster 60, Reardan 40 Capital 79, Peninsula 43 Cascade Christian 52, Eatonville 49 Castle Rock 62, Ilwaco 55 Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 61, Lopez 34 Central Kitsap 75, Shelton 27 Central Valley 42, Lewis and Clark 40

Charles Wright Academy 71, Chimacum 40 Cheney 72, Freeman 46 Chief Sealth 75, Bainbridge 56 Christian Faith 84, Mt. Rainier Lutheran 56 Cleveland 51, Ingraham 7 Clover Park 63, Washington 37 Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 59, Chiawana 51 Curlew 43, Columbia (Hunters) 27 Curtis 78, Puyallup 72, OT Cusick 70, Inchelium 19 Deer Park 66, Medical Lake 50 Eastmont 52, Eisenhower 40 Eastside Catholic 66, O’Dea 51 Ellensburg 54, Toppenish 28 Evergreen (Vancouver) 56, Washougal 49 Federal Way 83, Spanaway Lake 52 Ferris 59, Shadle Park 51 Forks 44, Elma 26 Foss 51, Stadium 37 Franklin 84, Nathan Hale 49 Franklin Pierce 60, Sumner 48 Garfield 81, Issaquah 66 Glacier Peak 67, Squalicum 43 Gonzaga Prep 76, North Central 38 Hanford 73, Southridge 64 Heritage 59, Fort Vancouver 57 Highline 64, Tyee 61 Hoquiam 45, Aberdeen 42 Jackson 52, Edmonds-Woodway 48 Juanita 76, Liberty 61 Kamiak 97, Lynnwood 83 Kamiakin 46, Hermiston, Ore. 41 Kennedy 54, Foster 52 Kent-Meridian 65, Kentlake 46 Kentridge 85, Auburn Riverside 77 Kentwood 78, Thomas Jefferson 68 King’s 49, South Whidbey 25 Kingston 70, Port Angeles 48 La Salle 72, Wahluke 50 LaCrosse/Washtucna 70, Tekoa-Oakesdale 43 Lake Washington 61, Interlake 54 Lakeside (Seattle) 51, Blanchet 26 Lincoln 81, Gig Harbor 39 Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 62, Columbia (Burbank) 32 Lummi 50, Grace Academy 46 Lyle-Wishram 78, Dufur, Ore. 41 Mariner 60, Cascade (Everett) 48 Mark Morris 72, Kelso 68 Mary Knight 64, South Bend 35 Mead 80, Rogers (Spokane) 58 Mercer Island 72, Sammamish 48 Mount Tahoma 58, South Kitsap 42 Mount Vernon 72, Snohomish 51 Mountain View 57, Hockinson 41 Mountlake Terrace 70, Meadowdale 37 Mt. Rainier 75, Tahoma 61 Naches Valley 62, Warden 43 North Beach 54, Northwest Christian (Lacey) 24 North Kitsap 65, Klahowya 52 North Thurston 59, Yelm 56 Northwest Christian (Colbert) 62, Liberty (Spangle) 46 Odessa-Harrington 51, Soap Lake 38 Olympia 61, Timberline 50 Olympic 70, Port Townsend 18 Overlake School 56, Bush 48 Pullman 73, Lewiston, Idaho 43 Rainier Beach 84, West Seattle 57 Raymond 65, Ocosta 37 Renton 89, Hazen 56 Republic 57, St. Michael’s 46 Richland 79, Post Falls, Idaho 60 River View 43, Mabton 39 Riverside 70, Priest River, Idaho 69 Riverside Christian 49, Sunnyside Christian 44 Roosevelt 40, Skyline 39 Seattle Christian 51, Vashon Island 43, OT Seattle Lutheran 53, Mount Vernon Christian 44 Seattle Prep 55, Bellarmine Prep 50 Selkirk 69, Northport 51 Shorewood 45, Shorecrest 39 St. George’s 54, Colfax 35 Stanwood 66, Oak Harbor 43 Steilacoom 59, Orting 32 Sultan 61, Granite Falls 45 Sunnyside 61, Davis 60 Taholah 67, Crescent 32 Timberlake, Idaho 60, East Valley (Spokane) 53 Todd Beamer 69, Emerald Ridge 57 Toledo 57, Columbia (White Salmon) 41 Toutle Lake 42, Rainier 36 University 69, Mt. Spokane 57 Wapato 81, White Swan 40 West Valley (Yakima) 73, Selah 36 White River 73, Fife 51 Willapa Valley 54, Naselle 50, OT Woodinville 43, Redmond 37 Woodland 66, Seton Catholic 39 Zillah 63, Kiona-Benton 54 Pendleton Tournament Clarkston 75, Pasco 68, OT West Albany Tournament Union 65, Marshfield, Ore. 28 GIRLS Adna 53, Winlock 22 Almira/Coulee-Hartline 47, Omak 34 Annie Wright 40, Eastside Prep 21 Archbishop Murphy 49, Lakewood 28 Arlington 38, Monroe 33 Auburn Riverside 47, Kentridge 38 Bainbridge 59, Chief Sealth 22 Battle Ground 55, Columbia River 31 Bear Creek School 52, Darrington 39 Bellevue 60, Mount Si 15 Bellevue Christian 45, Life Christian Academy 28 Bellingham 46, Nooksack Valley 45 Bethel 38, Graham-Kapowsin 21 Black Hills 53, Auburn Mountainview 42 Bremerton 45, North Mason 29 Burlington-Edison 43, Anacortes 27 Cascade (Everett) 37, Mariner 19 Cascade Christian 56, Eatonville 48 Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 43, Lopez 42 Cedarcrest 62, Coupeville 24 Charles Wright Academy 56, Chimacum 23 Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 49, Chiawana 35 Colfax 47, St. George’s 28 Columbia (Burbank) 55, Lind-Ritzville/ Sprague 46 Columbia (Hunters) 66, Curlew 47 Connell 45, Goldendale 34 Cusick 47, Inchelium 33 Davis 78, Sunnyside 67 Dufur, Ore. 39, Lyle-Wishram 32 East Valley (Spokane) 48, Timberlake, Idaho 17 Eastlake 68, Bothell 36 Eastmont 65, Eisenhower 44 Ellensburg 45, Toppenish 42 Elma 53, Forks 25 Enumclaw 49, Capital 40

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Evergreen (Vancouver) 49, Fort Vancouver 38 Federal Way 56, Spanaway Lake 46 Forest Ridge 51, Northwest School 31 Franklin 41, Nathan Hale 30 Freeman 58, Cheney 56 Gonzaga Prep 58, North Central 29 Grace Academy 48, Lummi 19 Grandview 80, Ephrata 58 Inglemoor 46, Glacier Peak 28 Ingraham 46, Cleveland 28 Jackson 53, Edmonds-Woodway 50 Juanita 52, Liberty 37 Kamiakin 59, Hermiston, Ore. 43 Kennedy 41, Foster 35 Kennewick 46, Lake City, Idaho 39 Kentlake 60, Kent-Meridian 35 Kentwood 60, Thomas Jefferson 36 King’s 61, South Whidbey 28 La Salle 47, Wahluke 16 LaCenter 50, Ridgefield 45 LaConner 50, Meridian 21 Lake Washington 56, Interlake 48 Lakes 47, Rogers (Puyallup) 42 Lakeside (Seattle) 51, Blanchet 37 Lewis and Clark 66, Central Valley 56 Lewiston, Idaho 66, Pullman 48 Lincoln 42, Gig Harbor 27 Lindbergh 42, Evergreen (Seattle) 21 Lynden 41, Sehome 28 Lynnwood 69, Kamiak 26 Mabton 51, River View 34 Mark Morris 83, Kelso 55 Mead 70, Rogers (Spokane) 24 Meadowdale 55, Mountlake Terrace 47 Medical Lake 35, Deer Park 31 Mercer Island 54, Sammamish 53 Moses Lake 64, Wenatchee 35 Moses Lake Christian Academy 52, Kittitas 24 Mount Vernon Christian 49, Seattle Lutheran 31 Mt. Rainier 76, Tahoma 31 Mt. Rainier Lutheran 57, Christian Faith 43 Mt. Spokane 47, University 41 Napavine 67, Wahkiakum 36 Newport 54, Ballard 43 North Kitsap 71, Klahowya 54 Northwest Christian (Colbert) 71, Liberty (Spangle) 11 Odessa-Harrington 46, Soap Lake 38 Olympia 50, Timberline 35 Olympic 42, Port Townsend 38 Onalaska 54, Mossyrock 26 Overlake School 35, Bush 15 Port Angeles 58, Kingston 40 Post Falls, Idaho 60, Richland 42 Priest River, Idaho 44, Riverside 34 Prosser 52, East Valley (Yakima) 31 Puyallup 42, Curtis 29 Renton 58, Hazen 20 Rosalia 46, Touchet 32 Seattle Christian 32, Vashon Island 29 Sequim 38, Crosspoint Academy 34, OT Selkirk 69, Northport 51 Shadle Park 61, Ferris 58 Skyline 73, Roosevelt 46 South Kitsap 60, Mount Tahoma 43 Springdale 57, Davenport 49 St. John-Endicott 71, Pomeroy 37 Stadium 46, Foss 25 Stanwood 47, Oak Harbor 25 Steilacoom 48, Orting 27 Sultan 46, Granite Falls 37 Sumner 51, Franklin Pierce 39 Sunnyside Christian 57, Riverside Christian 17 Taholah 86, Crescent 16 Tekoa-Oakesdale 63, LaCrosse/Washtucna 9 Todd Beamer 63, Emerald Ridge 48 Toledo 43, Columbia (White Salmon) 38 Toutle Lake 48, Kalama 32 Wapato 53, White Swan 44 Washington 55, Clover Park 30 Washougal 41, Heritage 26 West Seattle 53, Rainier Beach 22 West Valley (Yakima) 55, Selah 41 Weston-McEwen, Ore. 56, Waitsburg-Prescott 20 White River 63, Fife 9 Willapa Valley 45, Naselle 13 Wilson 70, Bellarmine Prep 50 Woodinville 75, Redmond 40 Yelm 66, North Thurston 43 Zillah 54, Kiona-Benton 46 West Albany Tournament Union 56, Marshfield, Ore. 25

College Basketball Men’s Basketball Friday’s Major Scores FAR WEST No major team scores reported MIDWEST Iowa 80, Iowa St. 71 Milwaukee 80, N. Illinois 73, OT SOUTHWEST Prairie View 107, Dallas Christian 59 EAST Canisius 67, Fairfield 55 Fairleigh Dickinson 82, Lafayette 80 Marist 62, Manhattan 58 Mount St. Mary’s 72, Navy 65 Rider 62, Siena 56 UConn 57, Harvard 49 SOUTH South Carolina 91, Jacksonville 74 VCU 83, Old Dominion 70

Women’s Basketball Friday’s Major Scores FAR WEST California 84, CS Bakersfield 46 E. Washington 74, Boise St. 63 Gonzaga 54, Portland St. 40 Idaho 78, UC Riverside 64 Portland 70, Nevada 61 MIDWEST E. Illinois 72, Sacramento St. 67, OT Illinois St. 64, Northwestern 46 Indiana St. 64, Ill.-Chicago 33 Minnesota 87, UMKC 49 Wichita St. 51, N. Colorado 35 SOUTHWEST Texas-Pan American 65, Texas Southern 46 EAST Arizona St. 67, Providence 58 Hampton 81, UMBC 36 Iona 67, Columbia 63 Rider 66, Army 60 SOUTH Florida 89, Pacific 82 Kentucky 96, DePaul 64 Mercer 48, Georgia Southern 44 Mississippi St. 59, FAU 58 Old Dominion 59, NC Central 33 UALR 56, Memphis 44

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Football NFL Standings All Times EST NATIONAL CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF PA San Francisco8 3 1 .708 289 171 Seattle 7 5 0 .583 242 202 St. Louis 5 6 1 .458 221 267 Arizona 4 8 0 .333 186 234 East W L T Pct PF PA N.Y. Giants 7 5 0 .583 321 243 Washington 6 6 0 .500 312 301 Dallas 6 6 0 .500 280 295 Philadelphia 3 9 0 .250 217 320 South W L T Pct PF PA y-Atlanta 11 1 0 .917 317 229 Tampa Bay 6 6 0 .500 333 285 New Orleans 5 7 0 .417 321 327 Carolina 3 9 0 .250 235 292 North W L T Pct PF PA Green Bay 8 4 0 .667 296 259 Chicago 8 4 0 .667 294 198 Minnesota 6 6 0 .500 262 272 Detroit 4 8 0 .333 300 315 AMERICAN CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF PA y-Denver 10 3 0 .769 375 257 San Diego 4 8 0 .333 258 257 Oakland 3 10 0 .231 248 402 Kansas City 2 10 0 .167 188 322 East W L T Pct PF PA y-New England9 3 0 .750 430 260 N.Y. Jets 5 7 0 .417 228 296 Buffalo 5 7 0 .417 277 337 Miami 5 7 0 .417 227 249 South W L T Pct PF PA x-Houston 11 1 0 .917 351 221 Indianapolis 8 4 0 .667 265 306 Tennessee 4 8 0 .333 248 359 Jacksonville 2 10 0 .167 206 342 North W L T Pct PF PA Baltimore 9 3 0 .750 303 242 Pittsburgh 7 5 0 .583 254 230 Cincinnati 7 5 0 .583 302 260 Cleveland 4 8 0 .333 229 265 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Thursday’s Game Denver 26, Oakland 13 Today’s Games Chicago at Minnesota, 10 a.m. Baltimore at Washington, 10 a.m. Kansas City at Cleveland, 10 a.m. San Diego at Pittsburgh, 10 a.m. Tennessee at Indianapolis, 10 a.m. N.Y. Jets at Jacksonville, 10 a.m. Atlanta at Carolina, 10 a.m. Philadelphia at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m. St. Louis at Buffalo, 10 a.m. Dallas at Cincinnati, 10 a.m. Miami at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m. Arizona at Seattle, 1:25 p.m. New Orleans at N.Y. Giants, 1:25 p.m. Detroit at Green Bay, 5:20 p.m. Monday’s Game Houston at New England, 5:30 p.m.


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Hawks, Cards headed different ways Two teams meet today BY TIM BOOTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEATTLE — Three months ago, Russell Wilson was left running for safety, battered around in his first NFL start for Seattle by a confident Arizona bunch that was taking the initial step toward a 4-0 start. When the Seahawks and Cardinals meet again today, it’s Seattle that’s surging toward the playoffs, while Arizona is suffering through an eight-game losing streak, matching their longest slide since 2006. Looking back to when the season opened with Arizona’s 20-16 win, the current state of the two teams entering the rematch could not have been predicted. “It seems like it was last year. It seems like it was a whole different experience when we did that,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. “We just looked different at that time.” The Seahawks (7-5) are legitimate playoff contenders that with a little help could still be in the running for the NFC West title, rallying around their rookie quarterback and with three of the final four games at home a chance at a 10-win season for the first time since 2007. The Cardinals (4-8) are a mess, with a revolving door of candidates to play quarterback and none of the three options stepping forward to take charge of the position. Embattled coach Ken

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Seattle wide receiver Golden Tate (81) is congratulated by center Max Unger after his 12-yard, touchdown reception against the Chicago Bears in the second half of last Sunday’s game in Chicago.

NFL Preview Whisenhunt is going back to John Skelton this week after starting rookie Ryan Lindley in the previous two games, including last week’s 7-6 loss to the New York Jets in which the offense produced a measly 137 total yards. Part of Whisenhunt’s decision was going with a veteran in such a hostile environment. “The two years I’ve been there, it’s always just a dog

fight playing those guys. Their stadium is like an amphitheater, all the sound just stays in there,” Skelton said. “It’s going to be gloomy. It will probably rain. They’re in the midst of a playoff run. “They’re trying to get into the playoffs here, so it will be a tough environment, but I think having a veteran at quarterback and veterans on the o-line and the guys outside will really benefit us.” Wilson is coming off his finest all-around perfor-

mance in last week’s 23-17 overtime victory over Chicago. The win kept the Seahawks a game up in the race for the final wild-card spot in the NFC and kept alive slim hopes of catching San Francisco for the division title. Wilson threw for 293 yards and two touchdowns, and added another 71 yards rushing, the most ever for a Seahawks quarterback. His dynamic effort against the Beas earned him NFC offensive player of the week honors, the first

Seattle player to receive the award since Shaun Alexander in 2005. “Russell and I were just up there watching film and he said how funny it is to watch the game now and how big of a difference it is, that we were completely a different team that we are now compared to then,” said Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin, who cracked two front teeth trying to make a diving catch late in the seasonopening loss. “I think it’s confidence wise. He’s matured a lot. He’s got a better grasp of the offense. “The offensive line has gelled and played more games together now. There is just a lot more confidence on the offensive side of the ball that can only help us.” Additionally, Seattle gets a chance to prove it can avoid playing down to its competition. Some of the Seahawks most impressive wins have come against the elite of the NFL — Green Bay, New England and Chicago. And some of their losses — Miami, Detroit and St. Louis — have come against teams with sub-.500 records. “We need to take that next step as a team,” Seattle fullback Michael Robinson said. “The good teams we need to try and make them look normal. The bad teams or some of those teams that aren’t as good as the elite teams we need to make them look bad. That’s the attitude we need to have going forward.” Seattle will be playing its first game without starting cornerback Brandon Browner, who dropped his

appeal this week of a fourgame suspension for using performance enhancing drugs. Browner will miss the rest of the regular season, but could be back if Seattle makes the playoffs. His departure could be the first major blow to Seattle’s defense. Fellow starting cornerback Richard Sherman is appealing his four-game suspension for a PED violation and could be facing a suspension if his case is not overturned on appeal. Walter Thurmond, a onetime starter last season before suffering a serious leg injury that opened the opportunity for Sherman to start, will step in for Browner and his first challenge will likely be an extended dose of trying to contain Arizona star Larry Fitzgerald. “There is a little bit of rust, but I think I got that rust off with these past couple of weeks with practice and stuff like that,” Thurmond said. “I’m ready for the test. It’s not my first rodeo. I’m looking forward to the challenge.” While Arizona’s offense continues to slide down the ranks to being among the worst in the NFL, its defense has remained stout and the reason the Cardinals have been in so many games during the losing streak. They are the seventhbest defense overall and No. 3 in the league against the pass. The Cardinals’ run defense has struggled, but could get a boost with the possible return of defensive end Calais Campbell.

Nebraska beats Huskies in NCAA regional semis THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OMAHA, Neb. — Nebraska moved within a win of the NCAA volleyball tournament’s final four with a surprisingly easy victory over Washington at the Omaha Regional on Friday night. Gina Mancuso had 14

kills and Morgan Broekhuis and Hannah Werth added nine apiece in the three-set sweep. The fourth-seeded Cornhuskers (26-6) will play against No. 5 Oregon (28-4), with the winner advancing to the national semifinals next week in Louisville, Ky.

The Ducks moved on with a four-set win over BYU. Nebraska’s match lacked the theater of its previous meetings with the Huskies. The Huskies swept Nebraska in the 2005 national championship match; the Huskers rallied

to knock out Washington in the 2008 regional finals; and the Huskies prevailed in a tense regional final in 2010 that ended with coaches John Cook of Nebraska and Jim McLaughlin of Washington having to be separated. The Huskers won by

scores of 25-14, 25-21, 25-23. Nebraska broke a 22 tie in the third set with a Mancuso kill and a Washington net violation. After the Huskies’ Krista Vansant got a kill off a Nebraska fingertip, Broekhuis pounded the game-winner. “At this point, it doesn’t

matter if you play your best or your worst, you’ve just got to win,” Cook said. Vansant led Washington with 11 kills. The 13thseeded Huskies (25-7) hit just .130. “Preparation is something very important to us,” McLaughlin said.

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those tight situations, he is the same person that he is from the first quarter to overtime,” Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin said. “He goes into the huddle, calls the plays and goes out there like it’s no different. I think that’s crucial when you’re looking at somebody who has to stay calm, especially at the quarterback position, he doesn’t let things rattle him. “He just goes out there and keeps performing. There is no roller coaster effect of emotion or play. He just goes out there and continues to grind.”

Leads NFL Over the past six weeks Wilson leads the NFL with a passer rating of 114.6. He needs three more touchdown passes above his current total of 19 to have the second most for a rookie quarterback. If he keeps the pace of the past four games, Wilson would catch and pass Peyton Manning’s mark of 26 for most TD tosses by a rookie. Seattle has shown a will-

ingness to adapt to Wilson’s talents. A year ago, many running plays came out of a two-back formation with Robinson as a lead blocker ahead of Marshawn Lynch. That still remains the base of Seattle’s run game, but early in the season Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell started examining how other teams, specifically Washington, were using their multi-faceted quarterback. Slowly, the Seahawks started introducing more of the zone-read running plays that give Wilson the ability to keep the ball instead of handing off to Lynch. Last week it reached its pinnacle for the season when Wilson kept nine times for 71 yards, the most by a Seahawks quarterback in a single game. Much of that total came on Seattle’s final two drives — late in regulation, then in overtime — when Wilson rushed for 47 yards. With four games left, Wilson has 298 yards rushing and needs 45 more to equal Rick Mirer’s franchise record by a Seattle quarter-

Riders: Run out of gas at end hired less than a month plateau until the end of the before the season, so Ste- year.” phens anticipates the Riders will experience more Kingston 70, Port Angeles 48 10 17 19 24— 70 growing pains than most Kingston Port Angeles 10 10 12 15— 48 teams. Individual scoring But he expects the Kingston (70) Wall 27, Shuey 2, Rabedeaux 6, Deam 11, Engimprovement to continue. “Most teams plateau in lish 8, Shippers 10, Hamal 6. Port Angeles (48) January,” Stephens said. Andrus 5, Gunderson 4, Treider 14, Payton 10, “But I think we won’t Elliott 13, Schumacher 2.

remains constantly in search of knowledge. Within a short time of taking off from Chicago last Sunday, Wilson found a seat next to Warren Moon on the team charter, ready and willing to be critiqued by the Seahawks radio commentator and Hall of Fame QB. “I’m progressing, but at the same time it’s a constant process,” Wilson said. “You always want to keep learning, you always want to keep striving for perfection.”

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CONTINUED FROM B1 North Mason, which is typical of a young team [like Stephens was particu- Port Angeles]. “It was one of those larly proud of how the Riders responded after a tough games where you can hang loss to North Mason on your head and dwell on it all season, but we learned Tuesday. “One thing I like that from it.” The Riders lack prior has improved is our mental toughness,” Stephens said. varsity experience and have “We had a hiccup against a coaching staff that was

back in a season. “We’ve worked at it very carefully I think to try and keep him moving forward the whole time and not try too hard, too fast and get too excited with the potential,” Carroll said. “We just wanted to maintain an ongoing ascending process, and this was a tremendous game for a kid to be in charge of because he just didn’t do it once, he did it twice.” Yet for the rapid rise that started around the midseason mark, Wilson

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Wilson’s been better than Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and all the rookie QBs taken before the Seahawks grabbed him in the third round. Not to mention QBs such as Tom Brady, Peyton and Eli Manning and Aaron Rodgers. With four weeks to go in the regular season, Wilson has Seattle (7-5) in the thick of the NFC playoff race, with an outside shot at a division title entering Sunday’s game vs. Arizona. “You see when rookies come in, you just watch them and he was a guy, he didn’t try too hard to fit in,” Seattle fullback Michael Robinson said. “He just worked and kept working and kept working and before you knew it he was our starting quarterback. “You turn around and now he’s making plays and just growing and improving every week. It’s a quarterback-driven league and I’m glad we’ve got a good one.” Wilson is coming off the most dynamic performance of his rookie season.

With Seattle trailing 14-10 and 3:40 remaining, Wilson directed a 97-yard drive, including a fourthdown conversion. The series was capped by a 14-yard TD pass to Golden Tate with 24 seconds left. Then, after Seattle’s defense surrendered a 56-yard pass from Jay Cutler to Brandon Marshall that set up a tying field goal on the final play of regulation, Wilson never let the Bears see the ball again. Wilson took the Seahawks 80 yards in 12 plays on the first possession of overtime, capped by a 13-yard pass to Rice. It was the third time this season Wilson has thrown a winning touchdown pass in the final 2 minutes of regulation or overtime, the most ever by a rookie quarterback since 1970. He was NFC offensive player of the week, the first time a Seattle offensive player has been recognized with the award since Shaun Alexander during the 2005 season when he was the league MVP. “His poise when it comes to those close games and


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Preps: Olympic cruises by Port Townsend Quilcene employed a full-court press for much of the game and used clutch possessions in the fourth quarter to overcome a ninepoint deficit. The Rangers benefitted from strong bench play to help them in the fast-paced contest. Sophomore post player Sammy Rae had a monster game for Quilcene with 16 points and 23 rebounds. Eighth grader Allison Jones scored 13 points and freshman guard Megan Weller had seven points, six rebounds and three steals. Bailey Kieffer, also an eighth grader, contributed six points, senior Andrea Lara added five points and five rebounds and junior Sophia Knutzen grabbed six rebounds. With the win, the Rangers move to 1-1 in league play. Next up, they host Rainier Christian on Tuesday.

CONTINUED FROM B1 Olympic 42, Port Townsend 38 Port Townsend 7 14 12 5— 38 Olympic 6 13 10 13— 42 Individual scoring Port Townsend (38) Lyons 11, Hallinan 10, Johnson 10, Rubio 4, Hossack 2, Meek 1. Olympic (42) Payne 19, Williams 11, Guevera 4, Anderson 4, Pond 2, Timeteo 2.

Sequim 38, Crosspoint 34, OT SEQUIM — Alexas Besand’s basket and free throw in overtime gave the Wolves their first victory of the season in the nonleague game against Crosspoint Academy on Friday night. Besand scored on a putback on a missed layup, was fouled, and sank the free throw to help beat the private Bremerton school. Besand had a team-high 17 points and she was deadly on the boards with an amazing 19 rebounds. The Wolves had a strong defensive night as Elise Beuke pulled down eight rebounds and Emily Wallner had six. Crosspoint, 1-3 overall, clamped down on the Wolves with a defensive press that lasted the entire game and limited Sequim’s scoring. It was a homecoming of sorts for Crosspoint’s leading scorer Desere´e Doty, who had 20 points. Doty’s father, Derrin Doty, who was a member of Sequim boys basketball’s state-tournament teams in 1986-89, is an assistant coach with the Crosspoint girls basketball team. Derrin Doty said he set up the game between Sequim, a 2A school, and 2B Crosspoint Academy by emailing Sequim athletic director Dave Ditlefsen. Derrin Doty still is the all-time leading career and season rebounder at Sequim, who played in three straight state-tourney teams, including the state championship game against Rainier Beach in 1989. Sequim (0-2, 1-3) next plays at Kingston (1-2 league and overall) on Monday night. Sequim 38, Crosspoint 34, OT Crosspoint Sequim

11 6 7 7 3— 34 10 6 4 11 7— 38 Individual scoring Crosspoint (34) Doty 20, Bandara 6, Garguile 4, Nation 2, Laurion 2. Sequim (38) Besand 17, Beuke 6, Stofferahn 6, Wallner 4, Bentz 2.

Charles Wright 56, Chimacum 23 TACOMA — The undefeated Tarriers were too much for the Cowboys in Nisqually League action Friday night. Charles Wright, which had two players score in double figures, now is 4-0 on the year. Vanessa Davis led the Tarriers with 18 points. Lauren Thacker and

Boys Swimming Klahowya 106, Sequim 72

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Port Townsend’s Brian LeMaster (5) gets fouled by Olympic’s Quentin Phillips in the first period of an Olympic League game played at Port Townsend on Friday night. Mallori Cossell led the Cowboys with six points each. Kiersten Snyder netted four points for Chimacum, followed by Cydney Nelson with three, and Baily Castillo and Hailee Johnson with two each. The Cowboys, 0-3 on the year, next host Eatonville on Tuesday night.

Boys Basketball Forks 44, Elma 26 ELMA — Braden Decker sank a game-high 16 points to spark the Spartans to a victory in their first SWLEvergreen Division game of the year Friday night. Forks remains perfect on the year at 4-0. “This was a big win for us in our first league game on the road,� Forks coach Rick Gooding said. “We took control of the game right off the bat. We blocked out very well, and Nick Gilmore got a lot of rebounds for us. “We did a good job of taking care of the basketball.� The Spartans jumped out to 12-4 first quarter and 23-7 halftime leads and never looked back. Tre’ Harris joined Decker in double figures with 12 points while Leo Gonzales added five. Chance Bremer led Elma with 10 points. The Spartans next play at Clallam Bay on Monday night in nonleague action.

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Charles Wright 71, Chimacum 40 TACOMA — Kevin Miller, Rafael Pagasian and Orion Weller combined for 30 points for the Cowboys but it wasn’t enough against Nisqually League powerhouse Charles Wright Academy on Friday night. Pagasian, Miller and Weller all scored 10 points each in a well-balanced attack but the undefeated Tarriers sailed to a 20-point halftime lead and never looked back. Charles Wright, 5-0 on the year, led 26-16 at the end of the first quarter and 45-25 at halftime. The Cowboys, 1-2, were held to single digits in the final three periods of play and weren’t able to mount a rally. Chimacum next hosts Eatonville in league action Tuesday night. Charles Wright 71, Chimacum 40

Olympic 70, Port Townsend 18 PORT TOWNSEND — The Redskins were held to four points in the second half by the undefeated and Olympic League-leading Trojans on Friday night. Quentin Phillips sparked Olympic (3-0 in league, 4-0 overall) with 19 points. Skyler Coppenrath scored a team-high nine points for Port Townsend. The Trojans led 16-6 after one, 39-14 at halftime and 61-16 after three. Port Townsend next will host North Mason on Monday night. Olympic 70, Port Townsend 18 Olympic 16 23 22 9— 70 Port Townsend 6 8 2 2— 18 Individual scoring Olympic (70) Phillips 19, Mosely 8, Makiah McInnis 7, Thornton 3, Neal 4, Tyson 4, Makaleb McInnis 2, Grier 2, Setten 2, Samuels 4, Matheny 8, Ellis-Doubuis 7. Port Townsend (18) Coppenrath 9, LeMaster 5, Spaltenstein 2, Davis 2.

Thursday’s events Girls Basketball Quilcene 51, Puget Sound 45 KIRKLAND — The Rangers pulled off a comefrom-behind upset on the road against the Puget Sound Adventist Sharks in Sea-Tac league action on Thursday night.

ary, but that he’s also eager to embrace the challenge of coming back from both the operation and an unbelievably abysmal finish to last season

It’s expected that Rodriguez, who will be making his sixth trip to the disabled list in six seasons, could be sidelined until the All-Star break.

Dropping time Dunbar also dropped 1.5 seconds off his previous best in the 100 free. He took second place. Brandon Grow, completely new to competitive swimming turned in a 1:20, which earned him sixth. “He is a strong swimmer, and with conditioning and technical development, he will be a great swimmer,� Moats said of Grow. In the 500 free, Prosser dropped four seconds off his best time, taking second place. Moats said veteran divers Austin Clement and Cameron Harrison, both state competitors in previous years, “scored well for their first meet of the season.� Clement won the meet with a 187, and Harrison was second with 186.40. Prosser participated in diving for the first time as a varsity team member and scored a respectable 141.75. “Overall, I am proud of the team and how they stepped up this meet to give it their best,� Moats said. Sequim’s next meet will be Tuesday at Bremerton.

Port Angeles 94, Kingston 86 PORT ANGELES — The Roughriders opened the 2012-2013 swimming and diving season by holding off the Buccaneers and qualifying two relay teams and seven individual swims for the West Central District championships. The 200-yard medley and 400 freestyle relays both won and qualified for districts. The medley relay, with John Macias, Jay Liang, Wei-Yan and Avery Koehler, had a time of 1:52.93. The 400 free relay of Macias, Cole Urnes, Koehler and Liang had a time of 3:58.56. Other district qualifiers include Urnes in the 200 free, first; Macias in the 200 individual medley, second; Koehler in the 100 butterfly, first; Wei-Yan in the 100 fly, second; Liang in the 500 free, first; Urnes in the 500 free, second; and Koehler in the 100 backstroke, first. Koehler also won two events, the fly and the back. Port Angeles placed first in nine of the 12 events and outscored Kingston in six of the 12 events. The Riders’ next meet will be home against North Kitsap on Tuesday.

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SEQUIM — The Wolves fell to the Eagles, but coach Linda Moats is happy with her team’s progress in its first league meet of the season. “We lost . . . but the team swam well and our rookie swimmers and divers learned a lot,� Moats said. Sequim’s 200 medley relay A team of Steve Dewey, Doug Dunbar, Eric Prosser and Jerod Hollen finished second by 2/100ths of a second, but swam a faster time than the Wolves’ medley relay team finished with last year. The B team of Matthew Cays, Yago DePazos, David Vollenweider and Jon Donahue finished in third place. Markus Petersen took third in the 200 free, but improved his previous best by 16 seconds. Hollen finished fourth, but Moats expects his times to improve. “Jerod Hollen went out too fast, but with conditioning [he] should be a contender in that event,� Moats said. Both 200 individual medley participants, Petersen and Vollenweider, surpassed their previous bests by at least a second. Petersen took third place and Vollenweider was fourth. Dunbar bested his previous mark in the 50 free by 1.5 seconds, finishing second, and Steve Dewey improved by over three seconds to earn fifth place. Donahue took sixth and earned Moats’ praise by finishing in under 30 seconds. “Jon Donahue was the surprise in this race,� Moats said.

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vidual or family through a crisis and back on the path to self-sufficiency. Whenever possible, Peninsula Home Fund case managers work with each individual or family to develop a plan to become financially stable — and avoid a recurrence of the emergency that prompted aid from the fund. The fund is not set up to hand out money passively — recipients play active roles in their own success, their own rehabilitation, their own empowerment, their own futures. That’s the “hand up, not a handout” focus of the Home Fund. The Home Fund also takes a relatively small amount of money — the average amount of help this year has been about $57 per family — and aim it at the precise point where it can do maximum good, where it can make a significant difference in someone’s life. There are no layers of bureaucracy. It’s very local. And very personal.

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Peninsula Home Fund made a difference in the life of Amber, shown with her two daughters, when she needed to get medical tests performed in Seattle.

husband to pay for a trip down the highway, across Puget Sound and back. It was urgent that she get to BY KAREN GRIFFITHS Seattle — but how? FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS She was put in touch with the OlyCAP office in Port Angeles. PORT ANGELES — The disOlyCAP is nonprofit Olympic tance is often very short between Community Action Programs, the those of us with jobs and homes No. 1 emergency-care agency in and medical care — and those Jefferson and Clallam counties. residents in Jefferson and ClalIt also screens the applicants lam counties for whom fate has for the Home Fund and distribdealt a much different reality. utes the funds. Case managers for the PeninOlyCAP was able to provide sula Daily News’ “hand up, not a her with money from the Home handout” Peninsula Home Fund Fund. again this year heard heartIt got her past this crisis so breaking stories of unexpected she and her husband, who have poverty and illness — and more little two girls younger than 3, recipients were seeking help can continue to concentrate on from the fund for the first time, rebuilding their lives that were often because a family member almost derailed by previous setrecently lost a job. Amber’s story backs. More often than not, their “At the time my husband was Medical issues required a trip feeling of helplessness has been a going to school and wasn’t workto a specialist in Seattle for new experience for them. ing, so we had no money to pay Amber. Always showing respect and for the fuel and ferry just to get But the budget was already kindness to people who don’t over there — I was so stressed,” always receive that in their daily stretched to the limit putting said Amber. food on the table for her children, lives, Home Fund staff’s most Thankfully, she says, the important goal is to get the indi- leaving nothing for her and her Home Fund was able to cover those urgent travel costs. “It was such a relief,” she said. “I’m so grateful the Home Fund was able to help us out when we really needed it.” Both Amber, All gifts, no matter what 28, and hussize, make a big band, 33, are difference. Port Angeles natives. At the time Here is my donation of $__________ for 2012. of her medical situation, her Print name(s) ___________________________________ husband was going to Peninsula College Address _______________________________________ full-time to earn a degree in City/State __________________________ ZIP _______ welding. Recently, he Make check or money order payable to “Peninsula Home Fund.” was able to land To contribute by credit card, complete the following: a job as a welder at a ship Visa MasterCard repair facility. “Now he’s Card No.: working and going to school Expiration: Three-digit security code: full-time to get his two-year welding degree,” Name as it appears on card: said Amber. “So we’re still Signature: struggling to catch up on our bills, but it’s a Day phone number (with area code): blessing to have him working.”

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The campaign The PDN’s Peninsula Home Fund — a safety net for local residents when there is nowhere else to turn — is seeking contributions for its annual holiday season fundraising campaign that runs from Thanksgiving through Dec. 31. From Port Townsend to Forks, from Quilcene and

Give voice to your heart A GIFT OF any size is welcome. The Peninsula Home Fund has never been a campaign of heavy hitters. If you can contribute only a few dollars, please don’t hesitate because you think it won’t make a difference. Every gift makes a difference, regardless of its size. To donate, write a check to “Peninsula Home Fund” and attach it to the coupon on this page. Mail both items to Peninsula Home Fund, Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362. You can also donate online by credit card. Just visit www.peninsuladailynews.com, then click near the top of the home page on “Peninsula Home Fund — Click Here to Donate.” Or use the QR code above to access the form with your smartphone. All contributions are fully IRS tax-deductible. The fund’s IRS number, under the auspices of OlyCAP, is 91-0814319. Whether you donate by coupon or online, you will receive a written thank-you and acknowledgment of your contribution. To delay may mean to forget. Brinnon to Sequim and LaPush, the Home Fund is a “hand up, not a handout” for children, teens, families and the elderly to get through an emergency situation. Money from the Home Fund goes for hot meals for seniors, meeting rent, energy and transportation needs, warm winter coats for kids, home repairs for the low-income, needed eyeglasses and prescription drugs, dental work, safe and drug-free temporary housing . . . The list goes on and on. Begun in 1989, the Home Fund is supported by Jefferson and Clallam residents. Individuals, couples, families, businesses, churches, service organizations and school groups set a record for contributions in 2011 — $254,593.73. With heavy demand this year, the carefully rationed fund is being depleted rapidly. Since Jan. 1, the Home Fund has helped almost 3,000 individuals and households like Amber’s. As we move into winter, the toughest period of the year, all of the money collected in 2011 is expected to be exhausted by Dec. 31. ■ The Peninsula Home Fund is a unique nonprofit program. Every dollar is put to work exactly the way you want it to be. No money is deducted by the Peninsula Daily News. Every penny, 100 percent, goes to OlyCAP to help the most vulnerable members of our community, from infants to families to seniors. Because of the extraordinary demand experienced by OlyCAP in 2011 and 2012 — and plummeting cutbacks in grants and government support — for the first time in the 24-year history of the Home Fund, OlyCAP used a portion of the fund in 2012 to pay for the helping hands who see clients. The amount is limited to no more than 10 percent — a maximum of 10 cents of every dollar donated. OlyCAP has kept it below 10 percent — specifically, 8.9 percent. OlyCAP can no longer absorb the costs of managing all the fac-

ets of the Home Fund — screening applicants, providing counseling and carefully disbursing the funds — without financial assistance. It must tap a small portion of the fund as tough times compound the challenges it faces to help those in need. ■ The Home Fund is not a welfare program. Assistance, which usually averages less than $100, is also limited to one time in a 12-month period. As needed, Peninsula Home Fund donations are also used in conjunction with money from churches, service clubs and other donors, enabling OlyCAP to stretch the value of the contribution. ■ All contributions are fully IRS tax-deductible for the year in which a check is written. (See accompanying story, above.) ■ Your personal information is kept confidential. The PDN and OlyCAP do not rent, sell, give or otherwise share your address or other information with anyone or make any other use of it.

Applying for a hand up To apply for a Peninsula Home Fund grant, phone OlyCAP at 360-452-4726 (Clallam County) or 360-385-2571 (Jefferson County). ■ OlyCAP’s Port Angeles office is at 228 W. First St., Suite J (Armory Square Mall); 360-4524726. ■ Its Port Townsend office is at 803 W. Park Ave.; 360-385-2571. ■ The Forks/West End office is at 421 Fifth Ave.; 360-374-6193. OlyCAP’s website: www.olycap. org; email: action@olycap.org. If you have any questions about the fund, phone John Brewer, Peninsula Daily News editor and publisher, at 360-417-3500. Or email him at john.brewer@ peninsuladailynews.com. The Peninsula Daily News publishes the donation coupon and information about the fund every Sunday and Wednesday during the fundraising campaign. TURN

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Fund: Program gives ‘hand up, not a handout’ CONTINUED FROM A1 Many thanks also to While most of the money is raised between Thanksgiving and Dec. 31, the fund itself never closes. Donations of any amount are always welcome.

these donors (who requested that the amount of their donation be kept private):

■ Rose Crumb, Port Angeles. In memory of Red Crumb. ■ Eleanor A. Thornton, Forks. In memory of Floyd Contributions so far Thornton. His birthday was Here is a list of donors Dec. 25. whose contributions were ■ Del and Kris Cadwalprocessed between Dec. 1-5. lader, Port Angeles. In Thank you very much honor of our son, Erik for making a difference Slater, home after 14 years in the lives — and of military service. In futures — of your neigh- memory of Patrick and bors like Amber. David Cadwallader, killed ■ Sandra and Russ in Vietnam. Hesselman, Port Angeles ■ Dick and Dottie — $50. In memory of Scott Foster, Port Angeles. Hesselman. ■ Sequim Prairie Gar■ J.C. and Pat, Sequim den Club, Sequim. — $200. ■ Hoch Construction, ■ Fred and Georgine Inc., Port Angeles. Sullivan, Port Angeles — ■ Stan and Sally $100. Garlick, Port Angeles. In ■ Yvonne Dillon and memory of Peter Drobka. Daniel Zimm, Port ■ Agnes R. Hansen, Townsend — $100. Forks. In memory of Larry ■ D. Jean Lodeen, Port Hansen. Angeles — $200. In ■ Jamestown S’Klallam memory of D. Erven Lodeen. Tribe and 7 Ceders Casino, ■ John and Jeanne Sequim. We at the JamesSkow, Port Angeles — town S’Klallam Tribe and $1,000. the 7 Cedars Casino Resort ■ Kieth and Laurene properties (including The Haugland, Port Angeles — Longhouse Market and the $200. Cedars at Dungeness Golf ■ Gary and Lynn Course) have been blessed Anderson, Sequim — $100. with much success. ■ Jane and Randy We want to also recogPriest, Sequim — $100. nize that this support also ■ Marge Hansen, Port comes from our other busiAngeles — $500. In nesses, i.e., Jamestown memory of Ken Hansen. Excavating, JKT Develop■ Raymond Bentsen, ment Co., the Jamestown Sequim — $100. Family Health and Dental ■ James and Beverly Clinics and our Northwest Cone, Sequim — $100. Native Expressions Gallery. ■ William and Nancy We believe that as Irvine, Sequim and Santa S’Klallam people we are Barbara, Calif. — $200. culturally known for our ■ Jack and Millie Lyon, strength and generosity. Port Angeles — $100. It is in the nature, char■ Ann Kennedy, Port acter and culture of the Angeles — $100. With a Jamestown people to give to prayer. those in need whether they ■ Riley L. and Ann K. are of S’Klallam ancestry Bigler, Sequim — $100. or from the neighboring ■ Mr. and Mrs. R. Wornon-native community. ley, Sequim — $5,000. In this cooperative spirit, ■ Cynthia Knudson, we humbly submit this Port Townsend — $100. In donation to your organizamemory of Mark Knudson. tion to assist in your efforts to serve those in need. ■ Hansi Hals, Port We very much appreciate Angeles — $50. ■ Pete and Bonnie, Port the service you provide to the community during the Angeles — $100. In holiday season and memory of Charlotte throughout the year. Graham, RN. We wish to you and all ■ Margaret S. Savory, who support your cause a Port Angeles — $100. In very Merry Christmas and honor of great-grandson Happy New Year! Quinn. — W. Ron Allen, tribal ■ Samuel Shusterman, Port Townsend — $200. In chairman/chief executive officer, Jamestown memory of Frances P. S’Klallam Tribe Shusterman.

— Jerry R. Allen, chief executive officer, 7 Cedars Casino ■ Jack Anderson, Bigfork, Mont. ■ Don and Barbara Smith, Port Townsend. ■ Richard and Karen Grennan, Sequim. In loving memory of Mom and Gail. ■ Bill and Pennie Dickin, Sequim. In memory of Phyllis Bowen. ■ Homer and Karla Muto, Port Angeles. ■ Dale and Phyllis Luther, Port Angeles. ■ Betty M. Gray, Port Angeles. In memory of Don Gray. ■ Richard and Sally Ruud, Port Angeles. ■ Mike and Marlene McMillen, Port Angeles. In memory of Keith McMillen — we love and miss you very much. You will always be in our hearts and thoughts. ■ Vernon S. Cooper, Sequim. ■ Jon and Lori Jacobs, Port Angeles. ■ Joe and Renee Bleile, Sequim. In memory of Midge and Erv Wotasiak. You are missed so much! ■ Monte Rivett, Port Angeles. In memory of Grandma Rivett and Grandma Parrish — two of the best! ■ Cynthia Spawn, Port Angeles. In honor of Baxter. ■ Janis A. Allen, Port Angeles. In memory of Manny and Mo. ■ Edna Kridler, Sequim. ■ Robin and Dave Sheriff, Port Angeles. ■ Brad and Nancy Anseth, Sequim. ■ Phil Edin and Margie Huetter, Port Angeles. ■ Rita Marston, Port Angeles. In memory of Don Marston. ■ Penny Ervin, Port Angeles. In honor of Doug Cudd, the best dad ever! Merry Christmas! ■ Carolyn Muller, Port Angeles. In loving memory of Willard Muller. ■ Bill and Sharon Alton, Port Angeles. ■ Cliff Vining, Sequim. ■ June Matriotti, Sequim. ■ Daphne Raymond, Port Angeles. In memory of Leo and Brian. ■ Lillian Green, Port Angeles. In memory of Harold. ■ R.M. Demorest, Port Angeles. ■ Jack and Jan Tatom, Sequim. In honor of Wayne Uht.

■ David R. Martin, Sequim. ■ Gary and Geri Braun, Port Angeles. ■ Bob and Berit Cole, Sequim. ■ Juanita Weissenfels, Forks. In memory of Liz Brown. ■ Roger Lien, Beaver. In memory of Joan Lien. ■ Ed Curington, Sequim. ■ Steve McCreary, Port Townsend. ■ Tom Stewart, Port Townsend. ■ Fred and Carol Royce, Port Angeles. ■ Stanley and Mary Lou Johann, Sequim. In honor of Service Personnel. ■ Peter and Darlene Granlund, Port Angeles. ■ Mary Robinson, Port Angeles. In memory of Robbie. ■ Gordon and Betty Zander, Sequim. In memory of Todd Zander. ■ The Lovely Family Trust, Port Angeles. ■ Marie Botnen, Sequim. In memory of Nadene Botnen. ■ Raymond and Janet Morgan, Port Angeles. ■ George and Bertha, Port Angeles. ■ Carl G. Sivers, Kent. ■ Claudia and Rich Fox, Sequim. In memory of Dan Holmquist. ■ Gary and Elaine Nelson, Port Townsend. ■ Bill and Sarah Tozier, Port Angeles. With hopes for peace and health for ALL people. ■ Edna and James Kridler, Sequim. ■ James Symes, Sequim. ■ Rene Croteay, Port Angeles. ■ Shirley Fink, Port Angeles. ■ Ron and Marilyn Carlson, Sequim. ■ Jay and Alicia Crawford, Sequim. In memory of Violet O’Dell. ■ Barbara Vanderwerf, Sequim. ■ AMS Audio Enterprises, Inc., Sequim. ■ Ann Chang, Port Angeles. In honor of my awesome family. You become more precious to me each year. ■ Ann Chang, Port Angeles. In memory of Todd McGarvie, Fred and Lucy Ordona, Terry Cameron, and the loss this year of Bill Olson, Rich Liljedahl and Al Remington. You are missed, my dear friends.

â–  Gary and Dora Schaefer, Port Angeles. â–  Faith Haynes and Don Knowles, Sequim. â–  Dolores Mangano, Port Angeles. â–  Ronald A. and Robin L. Sidwell, Port Angeles. â–  Janice Tuttle, Port Angeles. In memory of Kathleen Halloran. â–  Murven and Helen Sears, Port Angeles. â–  June German, Port Angeles. In memory of Kelly German. â–  Barbara Brittingham, Port Angeles. In memory of beloved sister Joan Favre. â–  Richard E. Rian, Port Angeles. â–  C.C. Woodahl and C.F. Barclay, Sequim. In honor and memory of our parents. â–  Charles and Hazel Blake, Sequim. â–  Lynn Langford, Port Angeles. In honor of Calvin Langford. â–  Pamela W. Mirrer, Sequim. â–  Bill and Dorothy Caldwell, Sequim. â–  Ethel Crutcher, Port Townsend. â–  Linda Whitehouse, Port Angeles. In memory of William A. Whitehouse. â–  Jim and Jean Sanderson, Carlborg. In memory of Prosper Os trow ski. â–  Barbara Baker, Sequim. In memory of Cy Severson. â–  Diane Kaufman, Port Angeles. In honor of Tom Thompson. â–  Robert Massey, Sequim. In honor of Margaret Massey. â–  Margie Faires, Port Angeles. â–  Steve and Lucy Nordwell, Port Angeles. In memory of Bob Kennedy. â–  John and Nancy Jost, Sequim. â–  Robert and Mary Weidner, Port Townsend. â–  Dorothea Morgan, Port Angeles. â–  Sue Priddy and Allen Herlyck, Port Townsend. â–  James R. and Elena S. Karr, Sequim. In memory of Gus. â–  Robert and Susan Erzen, Sequim. â–  Brooke Taylor, Port Angeles. In honor of all who serve. â–  Nancy Hafner, Port Townsend. In memory of Kenneth. â–  Clair and Marge Paschal, Port Hadlock. â–  Mary K. Otto, Port Angeles. In honor of Si Otto. â–  Bob and Jan Quick, Port Ludlow. â–  Dolores (Dee) Chivers, Sequim. In memory of Elsie Stockton, a very special lady. â–  Russ and Sue Dornbush, Sequim.

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Birds a mishmash of joy, color, elan IT’S TIME FOR some Christmas potpourri. Instead of pleasant aromas wafting forth from this page, I hope the following will be some useful hints to ease the stress and strain you might be struggling with about now. First of all, take a break that will rejuvenate your energy. I suggest you visit Craig and Joy Johnson’s website, www. pugetsoundbackyardbirds.com, and enjoy some great bird-watching from the comfort of indoors. There are always surprises waiting at Puget Sound Backyard Birds & Habitat. If you haven’t been exposed to the Johnsons’ talents, get ready to smile, relax and enjoy. How can you not laugh at a photo of a Steller’s jay spreadeagled across a large planter pot while sunbathing? Listen to the songs and calls of winter wrens, Bewick’s wrens, pileated woodpeckers and dozens of other birds while watching their antics on-screen. I think of Craig and Joy as two Northwest treasures, especially when it comes to birds and bird-watching. Their site overflows with color and life in the form of our native birds. They never stop creating. Their new CD on hummingbirds was created as a teaching tool for schools but is available to the public in limited quantities. The hummingbird CD costs $10, a figure that only covers the cost of its production. There are numerous items on the website that would make

excellent Christmas gifts. Carson One that has been a favorite since it was published several years ago is Our Pacific Northwest Birds & Habitat. The third printing came out this week. The website features videos, artwork, photography and publication links. You can do your Christmas shopping on the website, or you can order what you want at: Craig & Joy Johnson, 575 Dolphin Drive, Freeland, WA 98249. Their books and some of their other works also are available at retail stores that focus on birds. Birds and Christmas go together, and you don’t have to look far in order to recognize this. They share cards, poems, music and much of the fun and color that make the season such a joy. Birds can bring joy into lives that need some uplifting, and Christmas provides the perfect occasion for making it possible. Give someone the gift of birds this year. The gift of a bird feeder contains much more than it shows, and giving the gift in the true spirit of the season is the reason. Don’t just pick out a greatlooking feeder, wrap it up and slip

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Bringers of fun Birds will feed and shelter in its branches until almost April. The holidays are coming fast, but let’s focus on all the fun they bring. Take some fun breaks. Make time for fun bird-watching, and don’t stress.

________ 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.

Peninsula Births Olympic Medical Center Sarah and Seth Wilhelm, Sequim, a son, Makai Robert Batson, 9 pounds, 9 ounces, 10:48 a.m. Oct. 24. Erin Possinger and Doug McBride, Port Angeles, a son, Hayden Isaih, 8 pounds, 2 ounces, 10:37 p.m. Nov. 13. Brieanne and Angelo Fazio, Sequim, a son, Aiden Angelo, 8 pounds, 9 ounces, 5:43 a.m. Nov. 28.

Harrison Medical Center Kristen Oas-Spainhower and Jacob Johnson, Nordland, a son, Nov. 27. Jacquelyn and Andrew Berman, Port Ludlow, a daughter, Nov. 28. Phone information about athome or out-of-town births to 360417-3527 or 800-826-7714.

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it under the tree. For some, that may suffice, but many feeders go to those who need a little help when it comes to enjoying this gift. It needs to be installed where they can see and enjoy the action.

We start with an old artificial one that sits on the porch out of the rain. After Christmas, the family tree will be placed outdoors and set up in the same place it has occupied PAUL CARSON for years: against the trunk of the leafless plum tree.

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gift bags that will go to the Port Angeles Food Bank. Attendees can help stuff the bags with gender-specific hygiene products. These stuffed, decorated PORT TOWNSEND — bags will go to the food Entries for the 20th annual bank and be handed out Aldrich’s Market Gingerwith food just before the bread House Contest will be accepted from this com- holiday. Personal-care items, ing Friday through Dec. 29. including deodorant, shavThe contest has three ing lotions, brushes, combs, categories — children younger than 12, children’s shampoo/conditioner, body lotions, soap, hair products, group younger than 12, and individual or group 12 toothpaste/toothbrushes, razors and nail files/clipand older. pers, are still needed. Gingerbread dough Hairstyling items also must be the basis for are welcome. each house, but inedible Funch will be held decorations are allowed from noon to 2 p.m. or and encouraged. until the project is comExtra credit will be plete. given to those who use Funch is typically held traditional gingerbread from 12:05 p.m. to 1 p.m. instead of gingerbread the third Thursday of crackers. each month at Strait Houses may be of any height, but floors should be Occupational & Hand Therapy, 708 S. Race St., limited to 18 inches by 24 Suite C. inches. Phone 360-417-0703 to The entry fee is one register. item of food for the Port Townsend Food Bank. Holiday high tea Entries must include the name of the person PORT TOWNSEND — or group, a phone number, A Victorian Holiday High a category and a title. Tea will be held at the Old An awards ceremony Consulate Inn, 313 Walker and distribution of prizes is St., from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. set for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sunday, Dec. 16. Dec. 30. Attendees can enjoy delEntries will be disicacies in an “opulent Victoplayed through Saturday, rian home decorated for Jan. 5, and should be the holidays.� picked up by 5 p.m. SunThe menu will include day, Jan. 6. finger sandwiches, tarts, For more information, cake, chocolates, scones and phone 360-385-0500. sugar plums. The cost is $25. Fun at lunch slated Reservations are required for the tea and PORT ANGELES — can be made at www.old Strait Occupational & consulate.com. Hand Therapy’s monthly For more information, brown-bag luncheon, phone 360-385-6753 or “Funch: Fun at Lunch,� will be held this Thursday. email innkeepers@old consulate.com. This month’s craft project is filling holiday Peninsula Daily News

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Speak up to get a second proposal DEAR ABBY: I’m a 24-yearold woman and have been in a committed relationship with “Max� for six years. He proposed four years ago, and I told him I wanted to marry him, except I wasn’t ready at that time. The years have gone by, and we have flourished as a couple. Most people would swear we’re already married. However, I have been worrying lately that I might have blown my chance for another proposal. Max doesn’t mention marriage anymore except if I initiate conversation with a related topic. Some of our mutual friends are now engaged, and Max has made no comment on the future of our relationship. He seems content in our current state. I feel silly for wanting to be

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Dear Abby: I can’t believe I’m actually writing to you, but I need an answer to this question: What is the time limit for acknowledging someone’s attendance at a memorial service? My mother passed away nine months ago. Our relationship had not been an easy one. She had been ill, but the end came very quickly. My youngest sister had died two years before. To make a long story short, I went into a total meltdown. Life just stopped for me. Would it be appropriate to “come clean� and tell everyone I was grossly overwhelmed (an understatement) with my grieving, or should I just send a short acknowledgment thanking them

for the time they took to attend other often. We have a son away at college. my mother’s memorial? Please tell me it is OK. Wondering Married and Not, in West Virginia Albany, N.Y. Dear Wondering: Grief is an Dear Married and Not: If individual process. you follow your impulse and omit No two people grieve exactly alike, and most of us understand your husband’s name from the cards, it will be like announcing that. that he is dead or that you have It is never too late to say thank you, and if you include an separated. While I sympathize with you, explanation with your acknowldo not omit his name unless you edgment, it would be appreciare prepared to answer the quesated. tions that will surely follow. If you’re ready to “make an Dear Abby: I am sending out announcement,� then do as you our annual Christmas cards. wish. I do not want to include my _________ husband’s name on them this year. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, We haven’t spoken to each and was founded by her mother, Pauline other in two years. Phillips. Letters can be mailed to Dear We still occupy the same Abby, P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA house — but thank God it’s large 90069 or via email by logging onto www. dearabby.com. so we don’t have to see each

Briefly . . . Book group to discuss Hugo novel PORT ANGELES — The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick, will be discussed by the PALS book discussion group at the Port Angeles Library, 2210 S. Peabody St., at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19. This month, PALS, the Port Angeles Library’s reading discussion group for adults, branches out to explore a modern classic of children’s literature. Readers travel with Hugo through the streets of Paris in 1931 to unravel the mystery of the key, the notebook and the automaton. This book won the 2008 Caldecott Medal for Children’s Literature. Participants will have an opportunity to learn more about the Caldecott awards, practice selecting their own award winners and delve more deeply into the contents of the book with video The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick, clips and other surprises. will be discussed Wednesday in Port Angeles. Print copies of the book are available at the library. program is not required. News at a 20 percent disThe Invention of Hugo count by mentioning PALS. Drop-ins are always welCabret also may be purchased from Port Book and Preregistration for this come.

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SEQUIM — The Sequim High School Band will hold a car wash benefit Saturday. The car wash will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tarcisio’s Restaurant’s parking lot, 609 W. Washington St. Car washes will be available by donation. Band students are trying to raise money to participate in the Heritage Music Festival in Anaheim, Calif., this March. The benefit is sponsored by the Sequim High School Band Boosters. Peninsula Daily News


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Heated or not, hothouse plants need water dahlia bulbs, tuberous begonias, corms) needs some moisture if it is to successfully reproduce next structure. Andrew year. A temperaEvery plant can reach the May ture-controlled wilting point, in which it becomes growing strucso dry that no amount of moisture is the most ture, no matter how copious or ideal setup for bathed in, can save it. Dehydraoverwintering tion kills. prized or Your fuchsia and begonias are expensive no exception, so moisture is plants such as required. your fuchsias. In your unheated greenhouse, And because the danger is twofold. a greenhouse The first is daytime temperacan grow such Dear Andrew, tures. a superb and superior product I have my fuchsias and begoover what you can buy next year, Twofold danger nias in an unheated greenhouse one would wonder why anyone for winter protection. On a sunny January day that would not fully turn on a greenDo I need to give them any is only 34 degrees outside (or house. water for the next five months? even 28), the inside sunlight temBut again, that is only Julie because of how much money can peratures can be in the 60s, 70s, 80s or even higher (Aaaghh!). be saved, how beautiful the Julie, the answer is yes; howThen at night, temperatures ever, that simple answer is, I am plants produced are and just how joyous puttering in a greenhouse inside that same structure sure, inadequate for you, the (unheated) can dip below freezing, truly is — especially during the readers and this newspaper, so which is not a good thing at all. dark and dreary winter. let me elaborate at length. In the day’s warm temperaWith that said, let’s get back First, a heated greenhouse is to the particulars of your precise tures, plants will want to grow referred to as a hothouse, but I and grow by pushing up tender question. dare say an unheated greenAny plant or plant part (e.g., new sprouts that definitely will house is called an underutilized JUST THE OTHER day, I was visiting a client and going over the spots where their bulbs were to be planted, and I noticed how great their variegated geraniums looked under the grow lights inside the garage. We dug them up to winter them over because of how expensive they are and how much better they will be next year. So imagine how perfectly coincidental it felt as I read the following email question that very evening:

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freeze to death come a frosty night. So what to do? I actually overwinter fuchsias in their original pots or baskets outside but embedded deeply in mulch (my compost pile). By digging a hole and completely immersing the pot or basket in mulch or compost, I protect the plants from a frost that could penetrate from the sides and ground. Warmth keeps them comfortably dormant and alive. The natural rains keep it moist, and having the pot raised above ground level (but surrounded by mulch) drains incredibly well so the plants don’t rot away, which they easily could do. Then in April, out they come — into the sun, fertilizer and daily care. Now, your begonias are another story. In an unheated greenhouse, they surely will die another victim of that hard night’s frost. If they are leafed-out plants, then placing them indoors in a sunlit and warm window, such as in the kitchen, would work perfectly well.

Couch-potato canine Briefly . . . Diners helps a better fit for some foundation Make-A-Wish developed to work all day like the retriever, husky and sheepdog, but rather to find other go all out for a short period Gina of time and then chill out Spadafori active breeds as for hours. well — They’re big, but they’re dogs couch potatoes by choice. whose Many guarding breeds, genetics such as Rottweilers, boxers have pre- and Akitas, also have relapared tively minimal exercise them to requirements. work All dogs love and need both hard their exercise, but not all and dogs will go crazy if they often. don’t get a ton of it. What are they doing to Most small breeds are burn off all that natural easy in the exercise departenergy? Barking, digging, ment, too, not because they chewing and often making their owners very unhappy. don’t need a lot of it, but If you’re thinking of get- because it’s not as difficult to exercise a small dog ting a dog, think seriously with short legs. about which breed you A Yorkie, pug or corgi want and whether you can provide an active dog with can get good exercise in a small yard or on a brisk the exercise he needs. walk.

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SEQUIM — Black Bear Diner is working with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to raise money for the nationally recognized nonprofit organization. Through December, the diner’s annual “Save Room for a Wish” fundraising promotion offers diner guests two opportunities to participate in efforts to help grant life-changing wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Each time a customer purchases a pie, cake or cobbler, Black Bear Diner will donate $1 to Make-AWish. Guests can enjoy a “NoBake Strawbeary Cheesecake” or Fudge Ripple Cream Pie, or they can choose from an existing menu dessert. Guests also can purchase a $1 or $5 wish star to help make wishes come true in their local community. The Sequim diner also will host a pancake breakfast fundraiser and a dinner party, with proceeds from both events going to the charity.

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

2013 calendar sale PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles-based global nonprofit Mangrove Action Project has published its 12th annual Children’s rt Calendar for 2013, with hopes to raise support for MAP’s work in Asia, Africa and Latin America to conserve and restore the planet’s still-threatened mangrove forests. Annually, MAP invites teachers and their students from around the globe to participate in an international art contest. They learn through their participation about the beauty and biodiversity of the mangroves and the students’ attempts to depict through art what they have experienced on field trips to mangroves and in classroom studies. Children from 12 nations entered the contest by answering the question: “What do the

mangroves mean to my community and myself?” MAP’s 2013 Children’s Art Calendar is now available to order at www. mangroveactionproject.org or for $11 at Port Book and News and Odyssey Books in Port Angeles and Pacific Mist Books in Sequim.

Holiday concert PORT ANGELES — All Port Angeles High School bands, choirs and orchestras will perform in the school’s annual holiday concert in the high school’s Performing Arts Center, 304 E. Park Ave., at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The concert is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early for this annual event showcasing Port Angeles High School student musicians. Peninsula Daily News

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EVERY MONTH, I go to my local public radio station for a short feature on pets and their care. Although I’m always prepared for the topic we’ve chosen for the show, I’m sometimes caught offguard by the questions other guests ask me in the “green room” before the show. These are all extremely accomplished people in their own fields, but in my area of expertise, they can have some pretty off-themark ideas. Such was the case recently when a top atmospheric scientist asked me to confirm for him that the vizsla, a Hungarian hunting breed, would be a “lowmaintenance” pet. Low maintenance? Not unless your idea of that includes a couple of daily exercise sessions that would exhaust someone training for a marathon. Like many hunting dogs, the vizsla is bred for a hard day’s work in rough terrain. For someone looking for a dog who’d snooze the days away alone in a downtown condo, his choice of dog could hardly be worse. He told me he wanted shorthaired, medium-sized and laid-back, and he was surprised when I suggested he consider a retired racing greyhound, likely a female to come in on the smaller size. He thought a racing dog would have nonstop energy, but on the contrary, greyhounds are lovingly known by their families as “40 mph couch potatoes.”

If they are in bulb (corm) form, then bedding them down in a cool, dark place is preferred. I will describe this storage process in next week’s column. But Julie, what I would strongly suggest is putting some nighttime heat in that greenhouse. Grow those fuchsias, and take cuttings to produce even more next year. Even now, start all sorts of seed crops (e.g., pansies, violas, snapdragons and alyssum) for early outdoor April plantings with the gorgeous, lush and flowering plants you produced. But whatever you do, keep your fuchsias moist (not wet or dry) as well as your begonias plants. If they are dormant, read next week’s article on bulb storage.

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Briefly . . . Santa Claus to make visit to Gardiner GARDINER — Santa Claus will support the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots holiday toy drive with an appearance at Wild Birds Unlimited,

275953 U.S. Highway 101, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Santa will be available for photos, and Marine Corps members will accept donations of new, unwrapped toys at the event. Organizers said the most-needed gifts are for infants and teenagers. Attendees should bring a camera.

Honor roll PORT ANGELES — Olympic Christian School has released its list of principal’s honor roll and “A” honor roll recipients for the first quarter of the 20122013 school year. Principal’s honor roll members earning a 4.0 grade-point average are Lily Robertson and Carson

Death and Memorial Notice KENNETH R. LOGHRY October 6, 1920 November 21, 2012 Ken was born in Turley, Missouri, the sixth son of Robert and Fanny Loghry. The family lived on a farm in Wet Prairie between Southwest City, Missouri, and Gravette, Arkansas. He always liked to tell people he lived in Arkansas, got his mail in Oklahoma and went to school in Missouri. When he was 7 years old, the family moved to Dungeness in a 1927 Whippet. One of his older brothers drove the entire 11-day trip. He went to school at the Old Dungeness Schoolhouse for a brief time. The family moved to Port Angeles in 1928 to what was called Cemetery Road, now West 18th Street. He went to Lincoln and Roosevelt schools, graduating from Port Angeles High School in 1940. He lettered in baseball in high school, and baseball remained his favorite sport; he followed the Seattle Mariners from the beginning of their franchise. After high school, he moved to Seattle and worked for Boeing for two years before enlisting in the United States Coast Guard in 1942. He was stationed in Everett, Washington.

Mr. Loghry While serving in the Coast Guard, he met his future wife, Doris Brown. They were married April 10, 1944. They enjoyed 57 years of marriage before her passing in 2001. Ken was honorably discharged from the Coast Guard in November 1945. After the Coast Guard, they moved to Myrtle Creek, Oregon, for two years, then moved back to Port Angeles, helping his oldest brother get Fairmount Grocery started. Ken eventually took over the business and retired after 37 years. Before and after his retirement, Ken got bit by the travel bug, taking trips to Australia, New Zealand and Fiji Islands. He took many trips around the country, including going to his birthplace in Missouri and visiting relatives along

the way. He also enjoyed taking bus trips to Reno, Nevada, with Doris and later with his niece. Other activities he enjoyed were gardening and fishing. In 2000, Ken and Doris sold their longtime home in Port Angeles and built a smaller home in Joyce next to their son and his family. He enjoyed watching his grandchildren grow and was very generous to them. Ken was a member of First Christian Church, Mount Pleasant Grange and the American Legion. Ken was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Forrest, Don, George, Owen and Elmer; sister Mary; son Robert; and wife Doris. He is survived by son and daughter-in-law Ken and Nancy; grandchildren Elya Howat (Nathan), Michael and Sean; greatgranddaughter Madeleine Howat; and several nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind good friends Penny Miller and Ray Zimmerman. A memorial service officiated by Pastor Neil Allen will be held on Tuesday, December 11, 2012, at 11 a.m. at First Christian Church, 2606 South Race Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362. Memorial contributions may be made to Clallam County Fire District No. 4, P.O. Box 106, Joyce, WA 98343.

Death Notices Stephen R. McMahan The cause of death is pendSept. 19, 1951 — Nov. 29, 2012

ing. He was 68. His obituary will be published later. Services: None announced. Drennan-Ford Funeral Home, Port Angeles, is in charge of arrangements. www.drennanford.com

Port Angeles resident Stephen R. McMahan died of heart failure. He was 61. Services: None announced. Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel, Port Angeles, is in charge of arrangeJohn P. ‘Jack’ Thrush ments. Jan. 18, 1952 — Dec. 5, 2012

John P. “Jack” Thrush died at his Port Angeles home. The cause of death is Oct. 1, 1944 — Dec. 5, 2012 Beaver resident Harold pending. He was 60. James Jacoby died at the Forks Community Hospital.

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Death and Memorial Notice GLORIA A. MALAGA January 9, 1935 November 14, 2012 Gloria A. Malaga died at the age of 77 from kidney failure on November 14, 2012. She was married to Wendell M. Avant in Peru, then remarried him in

California in 1965. Gloria became a naturalized citizen in 1975 and enjoyed life in Tacoma and Port Angeles with her husband before divorcing in 1983. Gloria will be remembered by many friends in the area and by those at the Sequim Health and Rehabilitation Care Center, where she could be

seen playing many games with others in the activity room. She will be missed by all who knew her. A memorial service will be held in Sequim at the rehabilitation building at 650 Hemlock Street, Sequim, WA 98382, on Tuesday, December 11, at 10 a.m.

Death and Memorial Notice RICHARD ‘DICK’ CAMPORINI March 29, 1931 December 1, 2012 Dick joined his loving wife, Bebe, in heaven on December 1, 2012. He was a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather who shall forever live in our hearts and will be truly missed. Dick was born March 29, 1931, to Louis and Emma Camporini in Jersey City, New Jersey. After graduating from high school, Dick enlisted in the United States Air Force and was stationed at Neah Bay. He would travel on Sundays for dinner with the Schmitt family in Port Angeles, where he met the love of his life, Bebe Schmitt. They were married on June 28, 1952. Dick and Bebe had four children, Lois “Sudi” (Gary) McLaughlin, Doris Allen, Elise (Jerry) Allen and Rich Camporini Jr., as well as 12 grandchil-

Mr. Camporini dren and 18 great-grandchildren. Dick worked as a mechanic at the Ford dealership in Port Angeles for a time and was then was hired September 1, 1955, by the Port Angeles Fire Department, from which he retired as fire chief in 1981. He also had a love for teaching and taught firstaid classes at Peninsula College. His children were

always his best students and learned so much from him. Dick and Bebe loved to fish, hunt and clam dig. They had a special love for their home at Lake Crescent, where a lot of special family memories were made. Dick was preceded in death by his wife, Bebe Camporini, who passed on July 25, 2006. Dad, though you will be truly missed, we know how much you have missed Mom since her passing and take comfort in the thought of you being reunited with her once again. There will be graveside services on Wednesday, December 12, 2012, at 1:30 p.m. at Mount Angeles Memorial Park, 45 South Monroe Road. Memorial contributions can be made to the Michael Schmitt Memorial Fund at Queen of Angels School in Port Angeles, www.qofaschool.org.

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SEQUIM — Sequim High School teachers Brad Moore, Joy Karsgaard and Jim Heintz have received certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Moore is a woodshop, welding and robotics instructor; Karsgaard teaches math and algebra; and Heintz is the school’s photography and yearbook teacher. “Congratulations to Joy, Brad and Jim for working so hard and joining the ranks of the rest of the National Board Certified instructors at Sequim High School,” said Principal

“Sequim High School is now proud to have 11 teachers who have worked through the extremely rigorous national board program.” SHAWN LANGSTON principal, Sequim High School Shawn Langston. “Sequim High School is now proud to have 11 teachers who have worked through the extremely rigorous national board program.” The Sequim School District has 20 nationally

board-certified teachers in total. National board certification is an advanced teaching credential. As part of the certification process, candidates complete 10 assessments that are reviewed by other teachers. Candidates must create four portfolio entries that feature teaching practices and include video recordings and samples of student work. They also must complete six constructed response exercises that demonstrate content knowledge in each candidate’s chosen certificate area.

Pickle juice perfect cure for restless feet Q. I don’t have restless leg syndrome or nighttime leg cramps. Rather, I have “restless foot,” sometimes in the right foot, sometimes in the left. I can actually feel the energy building up in my foot when it comes on. After about a minute, the energy is so great I must move the affected foot. I started to drink tonic water, and it helped me get to sleep. I’ve never told my doctor about this because he’d probably prescribe a high-cost med. I’m on a host of other drugs for high blood pressure (metoprolol and Exforge), diabetes (glimepiride), a blood thinner (Aggrenox), a cholesterol med (Tricor) and amitriptyline for diabetic nerve pain. I hope none of these interacts with the quinine in the tonic water.

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David married Ms. Patsy Ann Fayette on December 27, 1950, in Blaine. Together, they shared 62 years of marriage. After David’s retirement, the pair became “snowbirds,” enjoying the warm winter weather of Quartzsite, Arizona. He was a proud member of the Knights of Columbus and a lifetime member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. David is preceded in death by his parents, Donald L. and Clara K. Howell; daughter Katherine P. Schlaffman; son David F. Howell Jr.; and brother Donald D. Howell. He is survived by his wife, Patsy Ann Howell; sons Joseph P. (Kathleen) Howell of Littleton, Colorado, James L. (Sonja) Howell of Salinas, Ecuador, and Michael J. (Janeen) Howell of Port

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Angeles; daughters Ann M. (Robert) Dryke, of Port Angeles Therese L. (Per) Agesson of Port Angeles, Laura J. (Clinton) Rushton of Sequim, Margaret R. (Mitch) Warren of Port Angeles, Patricia J. Colwell of Port Angeles, Paula K. Howell of Port Angeles, Barbara J. (Andy) Anders of Port Angeles and Julie R. (David) Boyd of Port Angeles; sister-in-law Barbara Howell of Forks; and son-in-law Eric Schlaffman. He is also survived by grandchildren Beth, Steve and Thomas Schlaffman, Brenda and Jerry Howell, Megan and David Howell, Amy, Denise, Robert and John Dryke, Daniel and Donald Fairbairn, Marcus Agesson, Karen, Jessica and Carl Rushton, Greg, Tony and Michelle Warren, Stephanie, Dan, Joe and Rachel Colwell, Danielle and Rob Howell, Alecia and Ashley Howell, Sarah Sullivan and Kenneth Anders, and Samantha and Emily Boyd. David is also survived by 25 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held for David on Monday, December 10, 2012, at Queen of Angels Church, 209 West 11th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362, at 11 a.m. A reception will follow in St. Anne’s Room at the church immediately after the service.

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A. There is a possibility the quinine in the tonic water could interact with your blood-pressure pills, so you should talk this over with your doctor. Also ask him about pickle juice, as another reader suggests this: “Drinking 3 tablespoons of dill-pickle juice is a remedy I follow, both for night cramps in my thighs and for twitchy feet. “The dill-pickle juice works astonishingly fast — within seconds.”

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Mr. David F. Howell Sr. of Sequim passed away on November 29, 2012, of age-related causes. He was 82 years old. David was born in Colville, Washington, to Donald Louis Howell and Clara Katherine Howell (née Doyle) on September 28, 1930. He graduated from high school in Blaine, Washington, and joined the Air Force on August 17, 1948. As an airman 1st class, he studied to become an aircraft mechanic at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi and was stationed at Williams Air Force Base in Chandler, Arizona. He received an honorable discharge on July 23, 1952, and soon relocated back to Washington state. David worked at the Georgia Pacific Mill in Bellingham, Washington, for many years and then at the Port of Port Angeles Marine Dock for 26 years before retiring. He enjoyed his work with the Port of Port Angeles and made many lasting memories with his close group of friends. The jokes he brought home from his work experiences have stayed with the family for generations, where asking for a “sipsip” of water is completely natural.

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Employee honored PORT ANGELES — Peninsula Behavioral Health has named Dawn Norbisrath as Employee of the Month for December. Norbisrath joined Peninsula Behavioral Health in May 2010. She works in the medical Norbisrath department as a medical assistant. Norbisrath was nominated by her peers “because she is calm, compassionate, hardworking, goes the extra mile [and is] patient and kind.”

Rental equipment PORT ANGELES — Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. has added a new brush chipper to its rental department. A Vermeer brush chipper with hydraulic feed is now available to rent by the day or week, and is capable of processing material up to 6 inches in diameter. The chipper can be towed behind a vehicle for transport. A Rustoleum parking lot striping machine and a Titan Advantage 400 paint sprayer also are new additions to the rental department at Angeles Millwork, 1601 S. C St. For more information or to reserve rental equipment, phone 360-457-8581.

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PORT TOWNSEND — Peninsula Credit Union will host its 25th annual bake sale at its Port Townsend branch, 1250 W. Sims Way, this coming Friday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., or while supplies last. Open to the public, all proceeds from the sale will be distributed to Jefferson County food banks.

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, 102.1 FM and

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WASHINGTON — Christmas is a time for sharing goodwill and expressing gratitude. One of the most appreciated expressions of gratitude to those who support and assist you in your life all year long is the holiday tip. Whether it’s your newspaper carrier, hairdresser or a favorite server at a restaurant, a holiday tip is the perfect way to say thank you. Given in the form of cash or a gift card, the amount of your tip should be based on several factors including: ■ The quality of the service received. ■ The length and nature of your relationship with the individual. ■ The value you place on the service.

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OLYMPIA — Sales of hard liquor increased in the four months after the state privatized liquor sales June 1 compared with sales during the same four-month period a year ago, the state Department of Revenue said. The agency reported that spirit sales by volume were 2.9 percent higher for the period from June 1 through Sept. 30. Nearly 13.6 million liters were sold in that four-month period, compared with 13.2 million liters during the AILY EWS same four months in 2011. Voters approved Initiative 1183 last fall, allowing www.konp.com on the retail stores to sell liquor Internet outside the Port and kicking the state out of Angeles area. a business it had tightly Station general manager controlled since the end of Todd Ortloff hosts the Mon- Prohibition. day through Thursday segConsumers began buyments. ing directly from retailers This week’s scheduled June 1. lineup: However, the initiative ■ Monday: Clallam imposed additional fees on County Sheriff Bill Benespirits to reimburse the dict discusses crime in Clal- state for millions of dollars lam County. in lost revenue, resulting in ■ Tuesday: Musicians higher prices for consumfrom Port Angeles School ers at many outlets. District orchestras, choirs and bands will talk about Nation/World music and the upcoming holiday concert, set Thursday. ■ Wednesday: Lynn Liddle, spokeswoman of the Tribal military vets American Pizza CommuWASHINGTON —

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Harbor logs lifted onto big barge EDITOR’S NOTE: Maritime columnist David G. Sellars returns to On the Waterfront today after a three-month hiatus to recover from an accident. He reports his appreciation to the many well-wishers who phoned, emailed and mailed get-well greetings. A LOG BARGE named after the mythical lumberjack Paul Bunyan began loading logs onto her deck at the west end of Port Angeles Harbor last week. The 400-foot-long barge — it can carry upwards of 2 million board feet of logs — is used to transport cargo to various ports throughout the Pacific Northwest. On her latest foray into Port Angeles, she was accompanied by the 115foot tug, Triton. Paul Bunyan was contracted by Simpson Timber Co. to transport approximately 1 million board feet of logs that have been boomed together in the harbor since the latter part of summer. The logs will be hauled to the Simpson mill in Tacoma, where they will be milled into dimensioned lumber or converted to pulp.

ON THE WATERFRONT power engines, Sellars and each will be mated to a Hamilton jet pump. Cruising speed for the boats is estimated to be 24 knots, with a top speed of 32 knots. In addition to appreciably expanding the workforce at Lee Shore Boats, the new contract — which is expected to take 24 months to complete — also will provide subcontracting opportunities for a number of local companies and individuals. They’ll include Chuck Wheeler, the retired welding instructor at Peninsula College who will fabricate the handrails and hatches as well as a number of other small aluminum components. Matt Remine, who operates Peninsula Boat Works, will design and install the majority of the electrical and navigational systems. Chad Crozier, who operates Crozier Craft, and his crew will fabricate the twotiered pilot houses at Crozier’s facility on Edgewood Drive, which is conveniently located about 10 blocks west of Lee Shore’s new production complex.

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Logs that have been boomed together in Port Angeles Harbor since last summer are loaded onto the barge Paul Bunyan.

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Committee Chairman Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, said he hasn’t taken a position on how much money may be needed for debris cleanup.

tion on the aft portion of the yacht, varnished the rails, rebuilt the stabilizers and attached new zincs after applying a fresh coat of bottom paint. Silverado is a 120-foot Willard with a 25-foot beam that was built in 1974 by Willard Boat Works of Costa Mesa, Calif., for Harry See, scion of the See’s Candies Inc. family. At the time of her construction, she was the largest fiberglass yacht ever built. The latest visit to Platypus is her third: She also was in the yard in 2009 and 2011, getting custom teak work during the last visit. [The teak fabrication from Port Angeles and Port Townsend is detailed in the Nov. 26, 2011, On the Waterfront column that can be found at http://tinyurl. com/pdn-teak.]

PA Harbor watch Tesoro Petroleum on Monday provided bunkers to Sierra, an 831 foot double-hull crude-oil tanker that was formerly named Kenai.

The Tesoro barge also refueled British Holly, a 787-foot petroleum-products tanker that was bound for Los Angeles. On Tuesday, Tesoro refueled the Crowley-owned articulated tug and barge (ATB) Sound Reliance, a 122-foot pusher tug that is coupled to a barge that carries a payload of approximately 6.5 million gallons of petroleum product. The Liberian-flagged Aqua Legacy, an 817-foot crude-oil tanker, also was bunkered, then got under way for Vancouver, B.C. On Thursday, Affinity, a 748-foot petroleum-products tanker that is flagged in

Singapore, was refueled by Tesoro Petroleum and is due in Port Hueneme, Calif., early Tuesday morning. Tesoro on Friday provided bunkers to the ATB Vision, a 129-foot tug that interlocks with the 600-foot tank barge 650-10.

________ David G. Sellars is a Port Angeles resident and former Navy boatswain’s mate who enjoys boats and strolling the waterfronts. Items involving boating, port activities and the North Olympic Peninsula waterfronts are always welcome. Email dgsellars@hotmail.com or phone him at 360-808-3202. His column appears Sundays.

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Tips: Holidays CONTINUED FROM D2 Some suggestions from Pamela Eyring, president of The Protocol School of Washington: ■ Newspaper carrier — If your paper is consistently delivered on time and wrapped when it is raining, a tip of $20 to $50 is appropriate. [If you wish, you can send your tip to Michelle Lynn, circulation director, Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362, with your name and address, and she will get it to your carrier.] ■ Mail carrier — Since government employees are not allowed to accept cash, consider giving a gift card to a local store or restaurant in an amount up to $20. ■ UPS or FedEx — If you depend upon regular deliveries to keep your business or life running, consider a tip in the neighborhood of $20. ■ Baby sitter — One evening’s pay, plus a small gift from your child. ■ Child’s teacher — Give a gift, not cash. Consider a gift certificate, fruit basket or picture frame. ■ Day-care services — $25 to $70, plus a small gift from your child. ■ Handyman — $15 to $40. ■ Housekeeper — This is one area you don’t want to mess up! You have a special relationship with a service provider who cleans your home or office. Gift bags and gift cards are always nice, but if you know your housekeeper can use the money, the standard for Christmas is tipping what you pay per visit. ■ Gardener — If you have a lawn service team that tends your property on

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Retired postmaster’s test shows mail scam system BY TONY LYSTRA LONGVIEW DAILY NEWS

CASTLE ROCK, Cowlitz County — Dwight Giffin, a retired Castle Rock postmaster, conducted an experiment last month. He agreed to be a sucker for a scam. He had recently received an “Express Notice” from the “Financial Acquisition Agency,” which suggested he had won exactly $2,536,092.23. The letter, which included the illegible signature of the FAA’s “director (of) Winner Notification,” asked that Giffin initial the “Express Notice Tracking Form” and mail the form to a post office box in Miami, Fla., to collect his prize. On a lark, Giffin filled out the form and enclosed a $20 bill, as requested, then mailed the form off. He wasn’t shocked that his $2.5 million never showed up. What did surprise him, though, was the deluge of mail that came from scammers trying to get more money out of him.

a regular basis, you can write their company a letter of appreciation (especially if you do not know their names). If you have a personal gardener, a monetary gift is appropriate and can range from $20 to $100, depending on what you pay weekly or monthly. ■ Waiters — The regular 15 percent to 20 percent of the check is always expected for good service. If you have a waiter you see regularly at a favorite restaurant or when entertaining clients, an additional holiday tip of $20 to $50 is always appreciated. ■ Hairstylist — Your stylist makes you look good, and your tip should reflect it. Give the cost of your cut or at least twice your regular tip (15 percent to 20 percent of the bill). Gift ideas include homemade candy or cookies, wine, a personal item like a toy for your stylist’s beloved dog or a gift card from a ‘Here’s a sucker!’ national online retailer like “They evidently thought, Amazon.com. ‘Here’s a sucker!’ you know?” said Giffin, who is If you can’t afford it 76 and still lives in Castle If you’re not in a position Rock with his wife, Shirley to tip everyone on your list, Giffin. Around Nov. 10, four a simple but sincere thankyou note is always appreci- more official-looking notices came in the mail. ated. By month’s end, he’d If you’re comfortable, note that the lack of an received nearly 20. All enclosure speaks to your included bar codes or seals current circumstances and resembling those of governnot a lack of satisfaction ment agencies, legal language, and fine print — all with the service. You can always extend a apparently designed to contip later when your situa- vince the desperate or gulltion turns around. ible of their legitimacy.

“I thought, ‘Oh, heck. This is a scam,’” Dwight said. Charlie Rosenzweig, the chief criminal deputy at the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office, said mail fraud cases like these are common. “They seem to go kind of in cycles where we don’t see one in three to four months and then we get half a dozen in a week,” Rosenzweig said. He said the public should remember that “if it sounds too good to be true, it’s probably not true.” Rosenzweig also cautioned that legitimate businesses will never demand money in exchange for a big payoff. He encouraged people who feel they’ve been scammed to contact local law enforcement agencies. But tracking down the culprits can be difficult, largely because the operations are based in other states or foreign countries. The FBI refers to the phenomenon as “mass-marketing mail fraud.” A report on the agency’s website said the scams are often run by organized

PC virus victims: Pay — or else! BY NICOLE PERLROTH THE NEW YORK TIMES

CULVER CITY, Calif. — Kidnappers used to make ransom notes with letters cut out of magazines. Now, notes simply pop up on your computer screen, except the hostage is your PC. In the past year, hundreds of thousands of people across the world have switched on their computers to find distressing messages alerting them that they no longer have access to their PCs or any of the files on them. TURN

crime groups in North America, Europe and other parts of the world. An almost sure indication that the Giffins’ letters amounted to a scam: The notices appeared to come from different companies, but the same signature was scrawled across the bottom of many of them and they all included the same Miami post office box — P.O. Box 527800 — as a

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VICTORIA — A recent Ipsos survey of 16,262 people in 21 countries found 10 per cent of global citizens agree that “the Mayan calendar, which some say ‘ends’ in 2012, marks the end of the world.� Of the roughly 1,000 Canadians polled, nine per cent held that belief. In the United States 12 percent of those polled expect the world will end on Dec. 21. Colin Goldblatt, an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of Victoria, says the planet is indeed operating under a deadline. Just not the same one professed by “2012’ers.� “Ultimately, the apocalypse will be something called a runaway greenhouse,� says Goldblatt. “Venus in the past is like Earth in the future.� He says evidence suggests Venus’ early history was marked by a warming effect similar to what we’re experiencing now, with temperatures eventually soaring to more than 1,000 degrees Celsius — boiling the ocean — as a result of more energy getting in than out. Goldblatt says the same thing will happen here, making earth uninhabitable — but likely not for another billion years. “I wouldn’t change your Christmas plans,� he says wryly.

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‘Alien garage’ In the French Pyrenees, the mayor of Bugarach, population 179, has attempted to prevent pandemonium by banning UFO watchers and light aircraft from the flat-topped mount Pic de Bugarach. According to New Age lore, it as an “alien garage� where extraterrestrials are waiting to abandon Earth, taking a lucky few humans with them. Russia saw people in Omutninsk, in Kirov region, rushing to buy kerosene and supplies after a newspaper article, supposedly written by a Tibetan monk, confirmed the end of the world. The city of Novokuznetsk faced a run on salt. In Bar-

act of charity. Meanwhile in Mexico, where the ancient Mayan civilization flourished, the end time has been seen as an opportunity. The country has organized hundreds of Mayathemed events, and tourism is expected to have doubled this year. NASA has been aggressively seeking to dispel doomsday fears. It says there is no evidence Nibiru exists, and rumors it could be hiding behind the sun are unfounded. “It can’t hide behind the sun forever, and we would’ve seen it years ago,� a NASA scientist said. The space agency also rejected apocalyptic theories about unusual alignments of the planets, or that THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Earth’s magnetic poles One of the high-tech underground survival shelters marketed by Ron could suddenly “flip.� Hubbard in Los Angeles. Conspiracy theorists contend that the space naul, close to the Altai history of preoccupation The source of the panic agency is involved in an Mountains, panic-buyers with the end of the world, a was traced to a post on Sina elaborate cover-up to presnapped up all the flash- wave of paranoia about the Weibo, China’s version of vent panic. lights and Thermos flasks. apocalypse can be traced to Twitter, predicting that Dmitry Medvedev, the the 2009 Hollywood block- there will be three days of Mayans say no threat darkness when the apocaRussian prime minister, buster “2012�. Mayans themselves The film, starring John lypse arrives. even addressed the situareject any notion that the Cusack, was a smash hit in One grocery store owner world will end. tion. China, as viewers were said: Pedro Celestino Yac Noj, seduced by a plot that saw “At first, we had no idea a Mayan sage, burned seeds Fueled by movie the Chinese military build- why. But then we heard and fruits to mark the end “I don’t believe in the ing arks to save humanity. someone muttering about of the old calender at a cerend of the world,� before Some in China are tak- the continuous darkness.� emony last week in Cuba. adding somewhat discon- ing the prospect of ArmaShanghai police said He said: “The 21st is for certingly: geddon seriously with panic scam artists had been giving thanks and gratitude “At least, not this year.� buying of candles reported convincing pensioners to and the 22nd welcomes the hand over savings in a last new cycle, a new dawn.� In China, which has no in Sichuan province.

Beyond 2012: Why the world won’t end cycles in the ancient Mayan Earth would be negligible. One major alignment calendar at the winter solstice in 2012 — hence the occurred in 1962, for examHOUSTON — Possible predicted doomsday date of ple, and two others hapteenage suicide pacts and pened during 1982 and December 21, 2012. the potential for trauma2000. tized young children has Each December the Q: Does the Mayan prompted NASA — calendar end in Decem- Earth and sun align with National Aeronautics and the approximate center of ber 2012? Space Administration — A: Just as the calendar the Milky Way Galaxy, but to release a video and other you have on your kitchen that is an annual event of information this past week wall does not cease to exist no consequence. discounting theories that after Dec. 31, the Mayan the end of the Maya calen- calendar does not cease to Q: Is there a planet or dar Dec. 21 signifies the exist Dec. 21, 2012. brown dwarf called Nibend of the world as we know This date is the end of iru or Planet X or Eris it. the Mayan long-count that is approaching the “While this is a joke to period, but then — just as Earth and threatening some people and a mystery your calendar begins again our planet with wideto others, there is a core of Jan. 1 — another long-count spread destruction? people who are truly con- period begins for the Mayan A: Nibiru and other stocerned,� said David Morri- calendar. ries about wayward planets son, an astrobiologist at are an Internet hoax. NASA. There is no factual basis Q: Is NASA predicting NASA said emails have a “total blackout� of for these claims. been pouring in from people Earth on Dec. 23 to Dec. If Nibiru or Planet X dealing with severe anxiety 25? were real and headed for an related to end day fears, A: Absolutely not. Nei- encounter with the Earth in many of them from young ther NASA nor any other 2012, astronomers would people and some of them scientific organization is have been tracking it for at claiming to be suicidal. predicting such a blackout. least the past decade, and it Here’s a Q&A from the The false reports on this would be visible by now to NASA website: issue claim that some sort the naked eye. Obviously, it does not of “alignment of the UniQ. Are there any verse� will cause a blackout. exist. threats to the Earth in Eris is real, but it is a There is no such align2012? dwarf planet similar to ment (see next question). Many Internet webSome versions of this Pluto that will remain in sites say the world will rumor cite an emergency the outer solar system; the end in December 2012. preparedness message from closest it can come to Earth Administrator is about 4 billion miles. A. The world will not NASA Charles Bolden. end in 2012. Q: What is the polar This is simply a message Our planet has been getting along just fine for more encouraging people to be shift theory? Is it true that the than 4 billion years, and prepared for emergencies, credible scientists world- recorded as part of a wider Earth’s crust does a rotation wide know of no threat government preparedness 180-degree campaign. It never men- around the core in a associated with 2012. matter of days if not tions a blackout. hours? Q: What is the origin A: A reversal in the rotaQ: Could planets align of the prediction that the world will end in in a way that impacts tion of Earth is impossible. There are slow moveEarth? 2012? A: There are no plane- ments of the continents (for A. The story started with claims that Nibiru, a sup- tary alignments in the next example Antarctica was posed planet discovered by few decades — and even if near the equator hundreds the [ancient] Sumerians, is these alignments were to of millions of years ago), but occur, their effects on the that is irrelevant to claims headed toward Earth. This catastrophe was initially predicted for May 2003, but when nothing happened the doomsday HOME AGAIN. olympic rehabilitation of sequim date was moved forward to FAST. a part avamere family companies December 2012 and linked to the end of one of the PENINSULA DAILY NEWS NEWS SERVICES

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vey called the Spaceguard Survey to find any large near-Earth asteroids long before they hit. We have already determined that there are no threatening asteroids as large as the one that killed the dinosaurs. All this work is done openly with the discoveries posted every day on the NASA Near-Earth Object Program Office website, so you can see for yourself that nothing is predicted to hit in 2012. Q: How do NASA scientists feel about claims of the world ending in 2012? A: For any claims of disaster or dramatic changes in 2012, where is the science? Where is the evidence? There is none, and for all the fictional assertions, whether they are made in books, movies, documentaries or over the Internet, we cannot change that simple fact. TURN

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Sometimes victims get a message like the above, ostensibly from the FBI, accusing them of breaking the law and demanding a fine.

Virus: ‘Ramp-up of ransomware’ CONTINUED FROM D4 fork over hundreds of dollars to a demanding The messages claim to stranger, but security be from the Federal Bureau researchers estimate that of Investigation, some 20 2.9 percent of compromised other law enforcement computer owners take the agencies across the globe or, bait and pay. That, they say, is an most recently, Anonymous, conservative a shadowy group of hackers. extremely The computer users are estimate. In some countries, told that the only way to get the payout rate has been as their machines back is to high as 15 percent. That people do fall for it pay a steep fine. And, curiously, it’s work- is a testament to criminals’ increasingly targeted and ing. The scheme is making inventive methods. Early variations of ranmore than $5 million a year, according to computer secu- somware locked computers, rity experts who are track- displayed images of pornography and, in Russian, ing them. The scourge dates to demanded a fee — often more than $400 — to have 2009 in Eastern Europe. Three years later, with it removed. Current variants are business booming, the perpetrators have moved west. more targeted and toy with Security experts say that victims’ consciences. Researchers say crimithere are now more than 16 gangs of sophisticated crim- nals now use victims’ Interinals extorting millions net addresses to customize from victims across Europe. ransom notes in their native tongue.

Solar activity peaks about every 11 years.

Chileans don’t want to work during ‘the end’ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

York Times reported. The newspaper’s pollSANTIAGO, Chile — sters said desire for social Superstitions about what transformation may be could happen on Dec. 21 the residue of recent ecoseem to be big in the South American nation of nomic downturns and environmental tragedies. Chile. Uncertainty about the In a telephone survey future can drive interest conducted in that country in supernatural answers. by the website TrabaFor some, “2012 projando.com, 24 percent of vides an explanation for respondents said that troubling new realities . . . they will ask their employers for the day off that seem beyond the control of our technology on Dec. 21, with almost half of these respondents and impervious to reason,� the Times said. saying that they will do Last year, televangeso because they are “very list Harold Camping superstitious.� made headlines when he According to data predicted that the world gathered by other polls, would end on May 21. people with limited eduCamping preached cation or low incomes are that only some would be more likely to believe that the end of the world saved during the catastrophe and would float will soon arrive — or up into the sky. experience anxiety over Those left behind the prospect of an apocawould live in doom until lypse during their lifeOct. 21, when God would time. “The Mayan calendar completely destroy the Earth, Camping said. is at the center of an Thousands of Campescalating cultural pheing’s followers prepared nomenon — with New Age roots — that unites for doomsday and headed numinous dreams of soci- out to the streets to recite etal transformation with Bible passages and warn the darker tropes of bibli- others about the end. cal cataclysm,� The New Nothing happened.

New scam The threat, known as ransomware, recently hit the United States. Some gangs have abandoned previously lucrative schemes, like fake antivirus scams and banking trojans, to focus on ransomware full time. Essentially online extortion, ransomware involves infecting a user’s computer with a virus that locks it. The attackers demand money before the computer will be unlocked, but once the money is paid, they rarely unlock it. In the vast majority of cases, victims do not regain access to their computer unless they hire a computer technician to remove the virus manually. And even then, they risk losing all files and data because the best way to remove the virus is to wipe the computer clean. It may be hard to fathom why anyone would agree to

Fake FBI messages Instead of pornographic images, criminals flash messages from local law enforcement agencies accusing them of visiting illegal pornography, gambling or piracy sites and demand they pay a fine to unlock their computer. Victims in the United States see messages in English purporting to be from the FBI or Justice Department. In the Netherlands, people get a similar message, in Dutch, from the local police. (Some Irish variations even demand money in Gaelic.) The latest variants speak to victims through recorded audio messages that tell users that if they do not pay within 48 hours, they will face criminal charges. Some even show footage from a computer’s webcam

to give the illusion that law enforcement is watching. The messages often demand that victims buy a preloaded debit card that can be purchased at a local drugstore — and enter the PIN. That way it’s impossible for victims to cancel the transaction once it becomes clear that criminals have no intention of unlocking their PC. The hunt is on to find these gangs. Researchers at Symantec said they had identified 16 ransomware gangs. They tracked one gang that tried to infect more than 500,000 PCs over an 18-day period. But even if researchers can track their Internet addresses, catching and convicting those responsible can be difficult. It requires cooperation among global law enforcement, and such criminals are skilled at destroying evidence.

Gullible victims Charlie Hurel, an independent security researcher based in France, was able to hack into one group’s computers to discover just how gullible their victims could be. On one day last month, the criminals’ accounting showed that they were able to infect 18,941 computers, 93 percent of all attempts. Of those who received a ransom message that day, 15 percent paid. In most cases, Hurel said, hackers demanded 100 euros, making their haul for one day’s work more than $400,000. That is significantly more than hackers were making from fake antivirus schemes a few years ago, when so-called “scareware� was at its peak and criminals could make as much as $158,000 in one week.

Scareware dropped significantly last year after a global clampdown by law enforcement and private security researchers. Internecine war between scareware gangs put the final nail in the coffin. As Russian criminal networks started fighting for a smaller share of profits, they tried to take each other out with denial of service attacks. Now, security researchers are finding that some of the same criminals who closed down scareware operations as recently as a year ago are back deploying ransomware. “Things went quiet,� said Eric Chien, a researcher at Symantec who has been tracking ransomware scams. “Now we are seeing a sudden ramp-up of ransomware using similar methods.�

Websites can infect you Victims become infected in many ways. In most cases, people visit compromised Web sites that download the program to their machines without so much as a click. Criminals have a penchant for infecting pornography sites because it makes their law enforcement threats more credible and because embarrassing people who were looking at pornography makes them more likely to pay. Symantec’s researchers say there is also evidence that they are paying advertisers on sex-based sites to feature malicious links that download ransomware onto victims’ machines. “As opposed to fooling you, criminals are now bullying users into paying them by pretending the cops are banging down their doors,� said Kevin Haley, Symantec’s director of security response.

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SEATTLE — In the wake of Washington’s historic votes to legalize both samesex marriage and marijuana use, some longtime conservatives say they’re contemplating moving to more likeminded states — say, Texas. Bombarded with seemingly endless, breathless news coverage of same-sex couples getting married and respectable people lighting joints in public, some “no� voters say they consider themselves missionaries in a heathen world. Sometimes that’s a tongue-in-cheek crack — other times, not so much. “I feel like I’m living in pagan Rome,� said Dan Kennedy, CEO of Human Life of Washington, who has worked on conservative issues here since 2000. “I just couldn’t believe we had gone that far.� It wasn’t as if the votes were a total surprise. State Republican Party Chairman Kirby Wilbur noted Washington voters’ previous approval of abortion and physician-assisted aid in dying. “Washington has always been a socially liberal and

economically conservative state,� he said. “I think the votes show that.� Predictably, socially liberal voters in the Puget Sound region outnumbered voters in less populous, often more conservative, areas of the state.

Clallam and Jefferson Clallam County voted 54.9 percent for marijuana — and 52.5 percent against same-sex marriage. Jefferson County went for both measures — 65.2 percent for marijuana and 63.7 percent for same-sex marriage. Both issues received scattered support from other regions of the state. Voters in Whitman County approved both measures. Spokane, Ferry, Okanogan, Chelan and Skamania counties approved legalizing marijuana use, as did Grays Harbor and Pacific counties on the Pacific Coast. The nine counties with the most vociferous votes against same-sex marriage were less negative about marijuana. Voters in Adams County, for example, brought in the

highest no vote on same-sex marriage — nearly 72 percent. But only 61 percent could bring themselves to favor banning the bud. Nineteen counties voted no on both measures, but their votes were outweighed by heavy support in the more populated areas. Adams’ no votes on samesex marriage, for example, totaled 3,394 — mist against King County’s tidal wave of 638,939 yes votes. What the yes votes mean is still up for interpretation.

“Elevating desires� To David DeWolf, who teaches law at Gonzaga University, a Catholic institution in Spokane, the votes reflect individuals disconnecting from the rest of society, “elevating the desires of the individual over the needs of the community.� DeWolf, a Catholic, sees the votes as “sort of a reversion to a less developed way of living,� he said. “The impulse here is a kind of selfish, me-oriented way of not wanting to think about the impact my behavior might have on the rest of society.� He, too, thinks about

ancient Rome. “The introduction of Christianity was the introduction of a way of understanding ourselves that says we’re made for better things, we’re capable of real charity and concern for one another and living a life of virtue.� Christian virtues, which he believes were ignored in this election, have created “much of what we value in society,� DeWolf said. “In my mind, this is an unhappy reversion to a pagan understanding of ourselves and of society.� Steve Beren, a conservative Christian political consultant from Seattle who has run unsuccessfully against U.S. Rep. Jim McDermott, says just because something is celebrated doesn’t mean it’s right. “I feel bad for those people, because they’re celebrating what they’re doing wrong,� he says. He sees the votes as giving license to people to do other things he considers wrong. Each time something “clearly wrong or obviously immoral� is given sanction, celebrated or even ignored, it implicitly sanctions other immoral acts, he says — for example, President Clinton’s

sexual transgressions. Despite seeing the recent votes as moral deterioration, “I don’t necessarily buy that it’s irreversible,� Beren says. “If you go back into history, you’ll see they were burning people at the stake and sacrificing children.�

Too much government Wilbur, the GOP party chairman — who describes himself as a “devout Lutheran� — says he believes that voters who said yes to same-sex marriage and pot don’t necessarily support those things. “I think people are saying, ‘It’s none of the government’s business,’ “ he said. “I think there’s a strong libertarian streak out there.� As a political leader, he isn’t inclined to move to another state, he said. “I’m not going to give up my home state quite so easily, and no reason why I should. “There’s hope out there! There’s people I’ve got to convince they’re wrong.� Besides, Wilbur quipped, “Our hope is people smoke enough pot, they’ll forget to vote, and then we’ll win.� But for now, the latest votes make some conserva-

tives, and even moderates who voted “no,� feel out of place. Kennedy, of Human Life, says friends have been talking seriously about moving to more conservative states, such as Texas. “It’s not fun always feeling like an outsider,� he said. “I feel like I should carry around a sign that says, ‘Unclean, unclean.’� Still, he says, somebody has to hold the line against devolution. “This is missionary country, I guess. If you want to fight the battle, you’ve got to be on the front line, and this is the front line.� His daughter, Lisa, a 21-year-old senior at Seattle University, has had the same uncomfortable experience. She thought that by going to a Catholic school, she said, she’d be surrounded by likeminded conservatives. That’s not how it went. Now, she’s compiling notes for a book she’s tentatively titled A Conservative Fish in Liberal Sea(ttle). “It’s hard to always be around people who disagree with me,� says Lisa Kennedy. “Abortion, gay marriage — I either have to hold my tongue around them or start an argument.�

Court: Marriages can begin today CONTINUED FROM D6 Arizona law on benefits for state workers, and one dealt Meeting in a private ses- with California’s Proposition 8. The justices’ action came sion Friday, justices had to pick and choose among 10 a day after Washington state different appeals that deal in issued its first same-sex marsome fashion with same-sex riage licenses, after voters approved Referendum 74 marriage. Eight of the cases chal- last month. Same-sex couples can lenged the 1996 federal Defense of Marriage Act. begin marrying in the state One appeal involved an today.

The California ballot measure declared that “only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized.� The state’s voters approved it in 2008 by 52-48 percent, casting into limbo the status of same-sex couples who’d already been married in the state. More than 18,000 same-

sex marriage licenses were issued in California before the ballot measure passed. In a narrowly written decision issued in February, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Proposition 8 on the basis that it stripped individuals of rights that had previously been granted when gay marriages were permitted.

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Girlfriend wanted 20s50s. I am loner type, handsome man in Western Washington with no kids. Hear recorded MAINS FARM HOME: message, toll free (888)339-0897 2011 assessement $186,600, sale price $ 1 7 0 , 0 0 0 Ve r y n i c e 3023 Lost home in Mains Farm. 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 2 car garage, vinyl windows, LOST: Cat. Male, not hardwood, clean home n e u t e r e d 5 m o. o l d , and property, sunny lo- black, yellow eyes, white cation, greenhouse, in- paws, chest and chin, sulated garden shed,fruit Mariner Dr., Sequim. trees,1/4 acre. (360)477-7121 (360)808-4538 to present an offer. The low LOST: Dog. White and price is to generate an black male, neutered, immediate sale. h a l f w h i t e h a l f bl a ck fa c e, C l . C o. Fa i r M E LY N DA ’ S O r i g i - grounds area, P.A. (360)477-5798 nals: For all your sewing needs. Alterations, Repairs, Custom De- 4026 Employment signs, and ReconGeneral struction of clothing. Call (360)797-1399. Reasonable pr ices with pick up and delivery available. P.A.: Clean, modern, 3 Br., 2 ba, gar., no pets. $845. (360)452-1395. Perfect Wedding Gift 8 place setting, Lenox Rhodora, many serving pieces. $250. (360)457-1900, Sequim PUPPY: AKC BRINDLE STANDARD POODLE, 3 month old female puppy in a unique & rare color. 460-1065

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Be a part of our growing success! Join the only locally headquar tered bank on the North Olympic Peninsula. Open positions include: • Financial Reporting & Asset Quality Analyst For job descriptions and to apply, please visit our website at www.ourfirstfed.com. EOE. CAREGIVER jobs available now. Benefits included. Flexible hours. Call P.A. (360)452-2129 Sequim (360)582-1647 P.T. (360)344-3497

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4026 Employment 4026 Employment 4026 Employment General General General Experienced CFO/CPA Par t-time to full-time. Possible benefits depending on hours. Wage: DOQ. Maintain all financial and managerial accounting systems and records. Adheres to A-131 audit guidelines fo r a u d i t p r e p a r a t i o n consistent with GASB34. Bachelors degree from accredited college or university in accounting, f i n a n c e o r bu s i n e s s C PA d e s i g n a t i o n r e quired QuickBooks experience required. This position is Indian preference in hiring in accordance with P.L. 93-638. Open November 28, 2012 until filled. Send application and resume to the address below. Pick up application and job description at Lower Elwha Housing Authority 22 Kwitsen Drive, Port Angeles, WA 98363 or at elwha.org OUTPATIENT Physical Therapy practice in Quilcene is looking for a p/t PT or PTA. Please send your resume to olypenpt@hotmail.com or you can fax it to (360)765-0889

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Sunny Location Entire home was updated 4 yrs ago including new kitchen bath vanities, light fixtures & floors. NEW ROOF in Sept., 2012. Back yard is fully fenced and backs up to Robin Hill Park. Home is in great condition and is move-in ready. Call Barb Butcher 360-461-2422

READY, SET, MOVE Very clean spacious home, beautiful west end of town, near shopping, restaurants, grocery, all close in. Home has been well cared for by seller. Call Bill Humphrey 360-460-2400

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Well crafted Large spacious rooms. Rich woods accentuate the great room. Sumptuous separated master suite with relaxing spa bath. Lovely yards & spectacular sunsets on the Olympics. Call Bill Humphrey 360-460-2400 ML#263594 $319,000

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E-Z BREEZY CONDO LIVING Centrally located, 1700 s.f., 3 BR, 2.5 BA, formal dining area, woodstove. Lovely, landscaped, private patio. Clubhouse w/great amenities. Call Karen Pritchard 360-460-9973

Golf, Pool and Clubhouse From this 2 bedroom 2 bath charmer in Dungeness Meadows. Now just call me and I will show you the inside. Brand new carpets and just refreshed make this a value you shouldn’t miss. Call Lani McCarry 360-301-4576 ML#263915 $168,500

Welcome Home Single level townhome on the 3rd fairway, in Sunland. Large picture windows grace the spacious rooms. Beautiful hardwood floors through out. Call Laurel Duflon Solie 360-460-8753 ML# 264220 $325,000

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DUNGENESS NO BANK WATERFRONT Easy living floor plan, kitchen has lots of counter space and great views of the Olympic Range, the dining and living rooms have large windows to take in the salt water views. Call Simone Nichols 360-912-0012 ML#264301 $495,000

LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT PROPERTY? Almost 2800 SF of top quality construction, this light & open floorplan has a greatroom with fireplace & vaulted ceilings, a cooks’ kitchen loaded with Bliemeister cabinets & a sumptuous master suite that is like a personal spa. Call Suzi Schuenemann

NW CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE This very special home was designed & built by the current owner who was a professional builder & developer working with some of the leading development companies in Hawaii. Call Thomas Montgomery 360-460-3796

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AIRPARK HOME This lovely and spacious home has a great room for living, dining and kitchen with full mtn. & SOME ocean views. There are two bedrooms, two full baths, an office and utility room in the main living area plus a comfortable guest apartment. Call Barb Butcher 360-461-2422 Or Diann Dickey 360-477-3907

johnlscott.com/53022 BREATH TAKING MOUNTAIN VIEW Newer custom build home on 5 acres, built with allergy sensitivities in mind, this home has solid oak hardwood flooring throughout, a central vacuum system and is pesticide free. Tiled entry opens into a beautiful kitchen with paneled fridge, built in pantry and butcher block island counter. Vaulted ceilings in living room and dining room host floor to ceiling windows which let the mountain views come right on in. Master suite has a walk in tiled shower is separate. Call Jeanette He award (360)461-4585

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BALDWIN CONSOLE PIANO: Beautiful cherry finish with matching storage bench. One owner. Very good condition. Well maintained under smoke-free and pet-free environment. $1,350. (360) 582-3045

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PANORAMIC VIEWS! This 3 BR/2 BA manufactured home has panoramic views of the shipping lanes, and is on acreage. Wonderfully open floor plan with a large living room spilling over into a formal dining area, family room and extra -large kitchen! Master Suite off family room is spacious enough for a California King Bed and more, large walk in closet and full bath with a super- sized soaker tub completes the space. Call Don Edgmon to see (360) 460-0204

Private Place to Build Your Dream Home! Live in a Prime Real Estate locations in Port Angeles. 1 BR/1 BA home is surrounded by beautiful up-scale homes, very private acreage with a sneak peek at the Straits of Juan De Fuca & the Olympic Mountains. Large 30x60 quality built shop, with a drive-thru TV door & room to garage 4 more cars! Convenient apartment has been built on one side with a bedroom , Bath & Kitchen. Call Don Edgmon to see this beautiful place (360)460-0204

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HIM DIRECTOR Life Care Center of Port Townsend

Full-time position available for Washington-licensed practical nurse. Health information management experience is preferred. Must be able to apply the use of ICD-9 coding and understand and apply longterm care payment systems, including Medicare. Long-term care experienced preferred. We offer great pay and benefits, including medical coverage, 401(k) and paid time off. Angela Cerna, Executive Director 360-385-3555 360-385-7409 Fax 751 Kearney St. Port Townsend, WA 98368 Angela_Cerna@ LCCA.com Visit us online at LCCA.COM. EOE/M/F/V/D – 36283

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IN HOME Caregiver available. Please call 360-565-6271 if you or your loved one need help in your home.

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NEAT & CLEAN Move-in ready! Updated throughout, large fenced yard, oversized detached garage/shop , attached 1 car garage & covered porch, space for RV parking too. $144,500 ML#425279/264557 Tanya Kerr 683-6880 WINDERMERE SUNLAND

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SANTA WILL FIND YOU Santa checked his list and this is a “move in ready” home in an established neighborhood? Looking forward to enjoying your own yard this summer? This is it! 3 bedroom home in Seamount Estates has been updated significantly in the last two years. New floor ing, new faucets, new lighting fixtures to n a m e a fe w. Fe n c e d backyard is beautifully landscaped and you’ll love spending time on the spacious deck. $247,000. MLS#263824. Pili Meyer 417-2799 COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY SEQUIM: Immaculate 1 owner, 1,875 Sf home. 2006 Ranch home with huge open floor plan. 3 Br with walk-in closet, Septic built for 2 ded bedrooms+office/den. HOA inc all septic and water. 2 bath, 2 car garage. Tile entr y/wood floors in great room & kitchen, top of the line appliances incl washer, dryer, granite countertops, custom blinds in all rooms, vaulted ceiling, laundr y room, central heat & air. Price $210,000. Call 360-683-3431

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WORK OF ART You’ll love the landscaping at this 1891 SF Elegant Countr y home in Sequim built in 2008. This home includes 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, master suite with walk-in closet, dramatic living room with vaulted ceilings, gour met kitchen with granite counters and a spectacular mountain view. $229,900 Jim Hardie U-$ave Real Estate 775-7146

120 Homes for Sale Jefferson County OLD AGE FORCES SALE 68 acres, energy efficient 1,700 sf house, 1,500 sf shop plus large hay barn, mtn. and water view. Quilcene. $895,000 (360)765-4599

308 For Sale Lots & Acreage PALO ALTO: 2.5 Wooded acres, potential water view, power and phone in, good well area. $50,000 cash for quick sale. Ask for Jerry: (360)460-2960

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Applications available at Jefferson County Public Works Dept, 623 Sheridan St, Port Townsend, WA 98368; by calling 360/385-9160; or, at www.co.jefferson. wa.us. Applications must be received by 5:00pm, Friday, Dec 28, 2012. EOE

P.A.: 2222 E. 3rd Ave., SEQUIM: 2 Br. in quiet cute, clean 1.5 Br. loft, 8-plex, excellent locafull bath, laundry hook- tion. $700. ups, no smoking, pets (360)460-2113 negotiable. $645 mo., deposit. Contact Bob at 6005 Antiques & 452-5319 or 461-3420

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P.A.: Big 2 Br., 2 ba, remodeled mfg. home with covered parking/storage on acreage. See at 1544 W. Hwy. 101. $850 mo. (360)457-6161

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COZY Country Comfort. 2 Bedroom, 1 3/4 bath, attached carpor t, storage shed. On 1.25 acres between Seq and PA. New carpet,freshly painted. Well insulated with heat pump furnace. $900 a month, 1st, last $500 deposit required. N / S N o Pe t s , F I R M . Credit repor t excellent references required. (360)460-4830 JAMES & ASSOCIATES INC. Property Mgmt. HOUSES/APT IN P.A. A 1 br 1 ba ..............$475 A Studio util incl......$500 A 2 br 1 ba ..............$550 A 2 br 2 ba ..............$650 D 2 br 1 ba.W/D..... ..$775 H 2 br 1 ba lake.......$800 H 3 br 1 ba.gar..... ..$1350 H 5 br 1.5 ba ..........$1000 H 2 br 2.5 ba view$1350 Storage Units FROM.......$40-$100 mo.

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WO O D S TOV E : E a r l y, large, Earth, this is the real deal with beautiful orange, yellow ceramic medallion on door, thermostat, new gasket on door, works fine. $300. (360)460-6300

CHRISTMAS VILLAGE 6065 Food & Dickens Village, 27 buildings, 17 accessoFarmer’s Market ries, all in original boxes. $2,000. (360)452-6580. ORGANIC BEEF: Hereford. $2.20 lb. hanging P.A.: Clean, modern, 3 weight. 683-8352. Br., 2 ba, gar., no pets. 6040 Electronics $845. (360)452-1395. PORK: Free-range, happy, vegetarian, $3.00 per P.A. East side, 1+ BR T. V. : 4 7 ” V i z i o , f l a t lb, half or whole. m o b i l e , fe n c e d ya r d , screen, E-series. $300. (360)732-4071 (360)452-9347 Pets OK, $650+400 dep. 2034 E. 5th AVE. 6075 Heavy (360)461-1497 6042 Exercise

Equipment P.A.: Nice studio, 1 Br., 1 bath, water view, deck. B OW F L E X S P O RT $550. (360)670-6160. HOME GYM. Full body WANTED: Clean, updat- work out. Power rods, ed, 1-2 Br. home or apt. sliding bench, rowing, by Dec. 15. for stable u p p e r t ow e r, l e g l i f t , single senior female, re- c h e s t b a r , c a b l e s s p o n s i b l e , r e l i a b l e , hand/wr ist/ankle gr ip. clean, neat. Must allow 2 S e e p h o t o s o n l i n e . small, obedient service $300.00 cash only. dogs, and must be quiet (360)775-7886. location. Excellent referE X E RCISE EQUIPences. Willing to consider house-shares. $600- MENT! Bowflex Xtreme, $800 mo. (360)600-0242 Ver y under used, paid $2,200, asking WANTED: Rent to own $1,200/obo. Magnetic home or land. s t a t i o n a r y b i ke, p a i d (360)457-9138 $120, asking $60/obo. Would make great WEST SIDE P.A.: 3 Christmas presents! (360)452-4606 Br., 1 bath, recently painted inside and out, newer car peting. No 6045 Farm Fencing pets, No smoking firm. & Equipment Single car attached garage. Available after COMPACT Tractor. Isethe first of the year. ki TS 1700, 17 HP, 2 Drive by at 1835 W. Cyl, diesel, front loader, 16th Street, do not dis- tiller, 3 point hitch, 3 turb current renters! PTO Gears, 6 forward $650 per mo., 1st, last, a n d 2 r e v e r s e . $700 deposit. Email $4,200/obo. 1835W16th@ (360)437-0836. gmail.com TRACTOR: ‘49 FerguTO20. $1,900/obo. 605 Apartments son P.J. (360)928-0250. Clallam County

EAST P.A.: 2 Br., mobile A PA RT M E N T: 2 b e d home in family park. room 2 BR. 1 Bath/Laun$1,500. 452-7582. dry. $750/mo. Utilities in505 Rental Houses cluded. (360)477-6165. C E N T R A L P. A . : N i c e 2,400 sf, 2 Br., 2 ba, 1 level, no pets/smoking. Avail Dec. 1. $1,150 mo. (360)452-7743

6055 Firewood, Fuel & Stoves

CENTRAL P.A.: Clean, quiet, 2 Br., excellent r e fe r e n c e s r e q u i r e d . $700. (360)452-3540. C E N T R A L P. A . : C o n venient Unfur n. Apts. 1BR $477 to $493 + fixed util. Storage Rooms. No smoke/pet maybe. (360)504-2668. EXCLUSIVE: Sequim apar tment with Grand View of Straits and Islands.. Large, one bedroom, hillside apartment, located in an exclusive Sequim residential area, overlooking the Straits and San Juan Islands. A senior lady, small dog o k , n o n - s m o ke r, f u r nished or not. Rent plus utilities: $900.00. Call: 360-681-2334. Now accepting applications for the Hilltop Ridge Apartments. 1914 S. Pine St. (360)457-5322

P.A. 1 Br. dplex. $575 P.A. 2 Br. 1 ba apt. $650 P.A. 3 Br. 1 ba apt. $650 (360)460-4089 mchughrents.com P.A.: Furnished studio apt., recently renovated building, water view, 1 block to town and Safeway. $750 mo., includes utilities, W/D, elevator and WiFi. No pets/smoking. Credit and criminal check req. 1st, last dep. (360)477-4062 P.A.: Lg. Studio, $485. 1st, last, $350 deposit. (360)452-4409 Properties by Landmark. portangeleslandmark.com

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BULL DOZER: “Classic” John Deere, model 40-C with blade, winch and c a n o py. R e d u c e d t o $3,600. (360)302-5027.

DUMPTRUCK: ‘68 International, does run, scrap out or parts. $1,500. (360)797-4418

MINI-EXCAVATOR: ‘05 Kubota 121. 1,900 hrs., 4 buckets. $22,000. (360)460-8514

SEMI END-DUMP TRAILER: 32’. Electric tarp system, high lift tailgate, excellent condition. $15,000. (360)417-0153.

6080 Home Furnishings

BEDROOM SET: (2) Extra-long twin beds, footboard, headboard, rails, boxspring and mattresses. Like new. (2) kneehole nightstands. Can come with sheets. $400. (360)417-5201

BED: Sleep Number b e d , q u e e n , p e r fe c t , barely used, two remotes, paid $1,300, sell T R AC TO R : ‘ 8 9 J o h n for $500. (360)683-8791. Deere model 970 with model 80 loader, excel- CARPETS: Matching, lent condition, profes- Pe r s i a n , h a n d wove n sionally maintained, 30 w o o l , 5 ’ x 5 ’ , r u n n e r horse power diesel en- 9’9”x2.5’, beautiful pasgine with 3,700 hours. tels with cream backLocated in Por t Town- ground. $375. (360)457-4399 send. Delivery available for additional cost. MISC: Twin bed mat$14,000/obo. Please call t r e s s s e t , $ 1 0 0 / o b o. Larry at (360) 301-0347. Roper upright freezer, $200/obo. Both in good 6050 Firearms & condition. (360)385-0834 Ammunition HANDGUNS: Ruger Single 6 22/mag, stainless, NEW IN BOX, unfired, $475. Smith & Wesson, 357 model 60, NEW IN BOX, unfired, $650. Cash only! (360)477-4563 or cell (503)819-0409

NICE! 3 piece, dark oak enter tainment center, $325. (360)460-2881. S TA C K E D WA S H ER/DRYER: Heavy duty, yellow. $535. Call (360)452-3643

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CHRISTMAS TREE Pre-lit, 7.5’ Christmas tree with 1500 lights. $95. Call (360)681-6848.

MISC: Chest freezer, $50. 8’ couch, $400. 8’ oak table, with leaf, (6) chairs, $450. Full-size bed, with mattresses, $350. Propane tank, $ 1 0 0 . D r a f t i n g t a bl e, $200. OBO on ever ything! (360)452-5412.

SEWING MACHINE Bernina Serger sewing machine 2000DE, excellent condition, very little use, comes with instruction books and all accessories. $300/obo. (360)681-4244

DOLL HOUSE: Custom built, electrified, Victor ian, measures a p p r ox . 2 9 ” x 4 9 ” x 46”, amazing detail, great gift for that big or little girl for Christmas. Built by renowned Stan Ohman of Little Habitats in Por t Orchard. $300. (360)683-8790. GENERATOR TRANSFER SWITCH GenTran model 30310, manuel, 30 amp, U.S.A. made, wired complete, with 60’ 30 amp connect cable. $285. (360)821-9318 GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT! White gold diamond bracelet (tennis). $850/obo Deb (360)683-8913

TRAILER HITCH: Load MOBILITY SCOOTER equalizing, Reese, HD. Pace Saver, chair, like $300. (360)809-0536. new. $800. (360)928-1231 MOVING: Household goods and cut firewood. Must sell. (360)681-5095 Perfect Wedding Gift 8 place setting, Lenox Rhodora, many serving pieces. $250. (360)457-1900, Sequim RETIRING: Beauty shop equip, furniture, 75% off retail. (360)417-9022 or (360)457-7356. TOTES: 275 gal. plastic caged totes, used. $75. (360)565-2045

6105 Musical Instruments

GUITAR: Behringer beginners electric guitar, 6 string, gently used. $60. (360)912-2655

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6115 Sporting Goods

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7035 General Pets

PUPPIES: Mini-poodles, one male, two female, cream-color, first shots, wormed, paper-trained, ready now. Will be 7lbs full-grown. $500. (360)385-4116 POOL TABLE: 8.5’, all accessor ies included, PUPPY: AKC BRINDLE like new. $250/obo. STANDARD POODLE, 3 (360)385-0993 month old female puppy POOL TABLE: ESTN, 4’ in a unique & rare color. x 8’, slate, all accesso- 460-1065 ries included, new, in exc e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n . WANTED: Female Himalayan or Persian older $500/obo. kitten. (360)808-4892. (360)681-4224 BUYING FIREARMS Any & All - Top $ Paid One or Entire Collection Including Estates Call 360-477-9659

BALDWIN CONSOLE PIANO: Beautiful cherry finish with matching storage bench. One owner. Very good condition. Well maintained under smoke-free and pet-free environment. $1,350. (360) 582-3045

6115 Sporting Goods

TREADMILL: Sears Profor m Cross Walker XP850, folds for storage. $500. (360)452-6447.

6140 Wanted

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WELSH CORGI: Purebred, adult, neutered, very affectionate, loves to play fetch, gets along with any animals, great with kids. Perfect family dog. $100. (360)374-0749

7045 Tack, Feed & Supplies

9832 Tents & Travel Trailers

6135 Yard & Garden

SADDLE: Lady Duncan, NASH 2000 26’, excelWestern, handmade in l e n t c o n d i t i o n . Seattle, 15” seat, will $8,000.(360)460-8538. WO O D C H I P P E R : D r hold until Christmas. Rapid-Feed wood chip- $300. (360)683-9274 or T E N T T R A I L E R : ‘ 9 9 p e r . 3 p t H i t c h / P T O . (206)276-7008. Dutchman. King/queen Powered by your tracbed, excellent cond., retor’s engine. Handles frigerator, furnace, A/C, 9820 Motorhomes l i m b s t o 4 - 1 / 2 ” t h i ck . tons of storage. $4,000. Most material will self(360)460-4157 feed. Great condition. MOTOR HOME: ‘90 34’ TRAILER: ‘55 14’ Shas$1,200. You haul. Bounder. 35,000 miles, ta. Ver y nice. $5,000/ 360-457-2195. gas ‘454’ Chev V8, good obo. 417-3959 message. condition, needs work. 8120 Garage Sales $6,700/obo. 452-9611.

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E S TAT E S a l e : N o w t h r o u g h M o n d ay, 9 - 6 p.m., 616 Van Buren, Por t Townsend. Fur niture, collectibles, etc. Everything must go. (309)472-3827

8142 Garage Sales Sequim CHRISTMAS Sale: Fri.Sat.-Sun., 8-4 p.m., 111 Dr yke Rd. #17. Rope lights, icicle lights, vill a g e bu i l d i n g s, o r n a ments, rope light train, battery operated Santas and much more.

8182 Garage Sales PA - West

BU L L : 4 y r. o l d , h a l f Limousin, half white face. $3,000. (360)683-2304. F R E E : C a t , ex c e l l e n t mouser, neutered, shots. (360)681-4129 SHEEP/LAMB: (4) Lambs, grass fed, $160 each, est. live weight 80-90 lbs. Ram, Border L e i c e s t e r, 2 0 m o n t h s old, $250. Pictures can be emailed. (360)681-8891

7035 General Pets ADORABLE KITTENS All colors and sizes. $85. PFOA (360)452-0414. safehavenpfoa.org

ALJO 1991 24’ trailer, ver y good condition, $5,500. 460-8538.

5TH WHEEL: ‘97 35’ Road Ranger. Toy hauler, big slide, gen. set, free hitch, awning. $8,500. (360)461-4310.

A L U M A ‘ 9 0 T LV 5 t h Wheel: Clean, seldom used. $2,000, or reasonable offer. (360)531-4462

BOAT: Fiberglass, 12’, $200. 4.5 HP Merc mot a r, $ 3 0 0 . ( 3 6 0 ) 6 8 3 4761.

9808 Campers & Canopies CAMPER: 9.5’ Alpenlite Lmtd. Like new, all bells and whistles. $16,000. (360)417-2606 CANOPY/CAMPER Custom overhead, fits small truck, bed length 6’8” or less, 375 lbs, skylight, windows, tailgate with 3 rear doors, 1 horizontal, 2 vertical. $650. (360)683-2743 WA N T E D : 8 . 5 ’ t r u c k camper, cash. (360)770-2410

9050 Marine Miscellaneous BELL BOY: 22’ cuddy cabin, V8 engine needs work. $1,800. (360)385-9019 BLUE WATER: ‘91 16’ V6 MercCruiser with trailer. $3,800/obo. (360)460-0236 BOAT: 19’ fiberglass, trailer, 140 hp motor, great for fishing/crab. $5,120. (360)683-3577.

Cruising boat. 1981 Sea Ranger sedan style trawler 39’ LOA. Single engine Per kins diesel with bow thruster. Fully enclosed fly bridge. Comfor table salon; stateroom with queen bed; full shower in head;full-sized refrigerator/freezer plus freezer b ox i n l a z z a r e t ; n ew Westerbeke genset with “get-home” alternate power source from genset; new smar t charger/inver ter and battery bank; good electronics including radar and AIS receive. Cruises at 7.5 Kts on 2.5 gph. Max speed 9.0 Kts, 150 gal water and 535 gal fuel capacity. 15 hp Yamaha O/B on dinghy. Anchor with 300’ chain and stern tie spool. Fully equipped as USCG Auxiliary Ope ra t i o n a l Fa c i l i t y. We have cruised throughout Salish Sea and Inside Passage in this comfortable and sea-worthy boat. She works well in t h e N W e nv i r o n m e n t . Suitable for 2 people cruising or live-aboard. S e e i n Po r t L u d l o w. $99,500. (360)437-7996.

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TWO UNIT Sale: Airport Road Self Storage bet w e e n H w y. 1 0 1 a n d Edgewood Drive. Fri.Sat. 9-5, Sun 10-3. Tools, air compressor, tools, generator, more tools, washer and dryer, tools, dressers, odds and ends.

PRICE REDUCED: ‘92 34’ Bounder. 2,000 mi. on new 454 Chev 950 5TH WHEEL: ‘00 35’ Alfa. 3 slides, perfect conhp engine. $6,995/obo. dition, everything works, (360)683-8453 many extras, must see WINNEBAGO ‘95 Ad- to appreciate. $22,500/ venturer 34’, 45,500 m. obo. (360)683-2529. Gas 460 Ford, Banks ex h a u s t s y s t e m , n ew tires and brakes, rear view camera, hyd leveling jacks, 2 tv’s, new hot water tank, non smoker, Drivers side door, 5.5 o n a n g e n e ra t o r, l i g h t neutral interior, every- 5 T H W H E E L : ‘ 9 1 3 5 ’ thing works and is in ex- Hitchhiker Champagne cellent shape. $17,700. edition. Two slide-outs, (360)460-1981 rear kitchen, fully furnished. Permanent skirting also available. 9832 Tents & $10,000. (360)797-0081

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Clallam County McAvoy Family trust, single family dwelling with attached garage and 200 gallon above ground propane tank, 188253 Highway 101, $399,396. Valerie A. Suredam trust, single family dwelling with attached garage and 120 gallon above ground propane tank, 176 Easterly Road, $189,261. Daniel K. Davis, double wide manufactured home placement, N. Baker St., $15,000. Bonnie Lingan, single family dwelling with attached garage and 120 gallon above ground propane tank, 342 Shepherds Way, $205,097. M Hamblenzirkle, three antennas, six remote radio heads and a surge suppression distribution unit added to tower, converter, Raycap suppressor and battery string inside existing equipment shelter, 182 Round Tree Road, $19,000. Robert and Alisa Price, deck replacement, 333 Viewridge, $3,231. Curtis Hickey, single family dwelling with attached garage, Macleay Road, $253,267. James D. Eaton, heat pump, 483 Doe Run Road, $10,914. Omar Stratman, heat pump, 203 Farm Creek Lane, $14,107. Michael M. and Christopher G. Payne, wood stove installation, 61 Foxtail Lane, $4,160. Fred and Lorraine McGee, wood burning fireplace into masonry chimney, 292 Mount Pleasant Road, $4,457. Ronald J. Carlson, heat pump, 260 Moonlight Drive, $8,231. Bob Dunlap, heat pump, 624 Billy Smith Road, $3,292.

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David and Jeanne Oldenkamp, mechanical permit, 1206 C St., $0. Robert Scott Jones, mechanical permit, 221 Forest Ave., $4,235. Strait-View Credit Union, mechanical permit, 220 S. Lincoln St., $7,571. Winged Investments, signs, 1210 E. Front St. B, $3,500. Clallam County, mechanical permit, 111 E. Third St., $0. Craig A. and Patricia L. Pattison, deck over patio and stairs, 111 W. 10th St., $5,760. Port of Port Angeles, replace roof mount, 1914 W. 18th St., $0. Michael J. Hoagland, enclose carport, 531 E. 10th St., $5,000. Diane S. Hall, propane insert and gas line, 2122 W. 12th St., $4,612. Howard M. Ruddell, metal carport, 110 Golf Course Road, $10,000. Alton Reeves Family trust, water service and water heater, 1019 W. Seventh St., $2,960. Flora J. Jackman, electric furnace, 922 S. Laurel St., $1,755. Charles T. Burkhardt, heat pump, 308 W. Second St., $4,280. William and Janet T. Espinosa pellet stove, 831 W. Fifth St., $2,741. Jason and Summer Schneider,mechanical permit, 1815 W. 13th St., $800. Glenndia W. Bridenbaugh, two heat pumps, 318 N. Eunice St., $12,358

Sequim City of Sequim, building addition, 247 Schmuck Road, $48,296. City of Sequim, remove six antennas and two cabinets, add three antennas and two cabinets, 551 W. Reservoir Road, $17,500. Lewman Pacific, LLC, sign, 680 N. Fifth Ave., $0. Nationwide Health Properties, Inc., changes to fire sprinkler system, 1000 S. Fifth Ave., $900. Nationwide Health Properties, Inc., air condition unit, 1000 S. Fifth Ave., $0 Codes and Keys LLC, wall sign, 520 E. Washington St., $1,500. Gretchen L. Glenny, heat pump, 1023 Woolsey Court, unit 812, $4,188.70.

Jefferson County Sheila Graves, 120 gallon above ground propane tank with lines, 8944 Beaver Valley Road, $0. James Holloway, detached garage, 85 Stillpoint Lane, $19,192. AT&T, modification to cell tower, upgrade and replace panel antennas, new coax cable, new cabinets, 846 Dowans Creek Road, $50,000. AT&T, microwave dish and cabinet, 1219 Center Road, $10,000. AT&T, two microwave dishes and four lines of coax cable, 2747 Tarboo Lake Road, $10,000. AT&T, remove microwave dish and add three microwave dishes, 1442 Shine Ridge Road, $10,000. Joan Roush, 120 gallon above ground propane tank with lines and fireplace insert, 1311 Lemonds Drive, $0. Roger Brown, mobile home with decks, 4723 Center Road, $1,000. Diosdado Cabanilla, heat pump, 133 Sycamore St., $2,800. Louis Nick, water heater, 261 Sailview Drive #6, $0. Sprint, modifications to cell tower, upgrade and replace panel antennas, cabinet, 430 Southport Lane, $20,000. AT&T, modification to existing cell tower, upgrade and replace three panel antennas and cabinet, Rocktogo Road, $0. James Voiland, heat pump system, 33 Rainshadow Drive, $8,314. Allen Taylor, heat pump system, 753 Bywater Way, $11,569. Mark Weller, wood stove with pipe and backsplash, 171 Fairbreeze Drive, $3,800.

Port Townsend Osterberg Dental, re-roof, 1119 Lawrence St., $3,500. Beverly J. Michaelsen, move studio, 1926 Lincoln St., $2,500 Samuel F. and Deborah K. Neville, attached garage, 861 53rd St., $27,057.43.

Department reports Area building departments report a total of 54 building permits issued from Nov. 26-30 with a total valuation of $1,447,101.43: Port Angeles, 16 at $65,572; Sequim, 7 at $72,384; Clallam County, 13 at $1,129,413; Port Townsend, 3 at $33,057.43; Jefferson County, 15 at $146,675.


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ROWING BOAT: Wood Lapstrake Whitehall, with traveling sail, 2 pair of spruce spoon blade oars, Sprit sail with mast and 2 rudder options, includes trailer bunk but not trailer, will deliver in Puget Sound area. $4,000. (360)775-5955. SABERCRAFT: 21’. 302 Inboard, Lorance GPS 5� screen with fish/depth finder, VHS, 15 hp kicker, good interior. Selling due to health. $4,000. 683-3682 TIDERUNNER: ‘03, 17’, cuddy, ‘03 suzuki 90hp, 4 stroke, 230 hrs, 012 Yamaha 9.9 4 stroke, 0 hrs, scotty electric downriggers. Call (360)4522 1 4 8 fo r m o r e i n fo. $16,000/obo. WANTED: 14’ Jet Sled. Cash. (360)770-2410.

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Word of mouth can help or hinder you depending on what you have shared. Talk about your accomplishments and ideas you have and you will advance as well as bypass any negative rumors that may hurt your chance of getting ahead. 5 stars PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Offer an unusual alternative to a problem and you will receive praise and extra cash. As long as you keep your plan simple and execute it with accuracy, you will be considered a troubleshooter and a hero. 3 stars

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‘Take It,’ Howie Mandel’s new game show is a holiday treat For those unfamiliar with the party game, the basic premise is a simple variation of the classic “Secret Santa” gift t’s a Christmas party game exchange. Every participant with many names. White Elephant, Parcel Pass, Dirty Santa. brings a wrapped-up gift, and It’s a favorite in workplaces ev- one by one everyone chooses ery holiday, with countless office and opens up a package of their workers feeling the surge of joy choice. The twist here is that and the agony of defeat as gifts each giftee has a choice: to open a new gift or to steal one of the are passed around, opened up previously opened ones. and then stolen in turn. It’s a game that has countless This Christmas, it’s also a names and variations, and “Take game show. NBC’s “Take It It All” comes in as the highestAll” is premiering on Monday, stakes kid on the block. Whereas Dec. 10, as a high-stakes and most gift exchanges tend to fun-filled part of the network’s have a limit on the money that seasonal offerings. The fun runs every evening until Dec. 14, and can be spent on the gifts, the a special two-episode finale airs sky’s the limit for a game show that presents the players with the following Monday, Dec. 17. what could very well be the bigViewers tuning in will be in for gest, most expensive gifts they’ll a holiday treat of their own: the always lovable and entertaining ever receive. One by one each contestant Howie Mandel in his Christmas comeback as a game show host. is presented with a bevy of

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wrapped-up prizes, each one worth thousands of dollars. They run the gamut of pricey items, from glittering jewelry to luxury cars to exotic trips. The contestants are each then tasked with what may be the most difficult Christmas choice they’ve ever had to make. Do they pick out one of the boxed prizes, sight unseen? Or do they give in to their inner Grinch, throwing aside their Christmas cheer and stealing a gift that was opened by a previous contestant? And just in case the stakes weren’t high enough with so much money on the line, things are ratcheted up to an even higher level in the final round. Once the festive dust has cleared and only two contestants are left standing with their pricey prizes, they’ll each have one final nail-biting choice

to make: to go home with the prizes they’ve already won or try to steal the other player’s prize and take them both. If each of the two finalists chooses to keep their own prize, then they each go home with their newfound riches in tow. If they each choose to steal their opponent’s prize, then it’s holiday heartbreak as they both leave with empty hands. However, if one finalist takes the honorable path and chooses to keep his or her own gift, but the other chooses to take them both, then the stealer gets to have a very merry Christmas indeed as he or she walks away with both prizes, leaving the other with empty hands and a potentially pretty big hole under the Christmas tree. High holiday stakes? You betcha. And as if the idea of allor-nothing, high-stakes game

Howie Mandel returns in “Take It All.” play isn’t exciting enough, it’s a pretty safe bet that Howie Mandel will be cranking up the Yuletide fever on the stage. Giving contestants potentially lifechanging decisions isn’t exactly untread territory for him, either. Mandel is the former host of NBC’s hit game show “Deal or No Deal,” in which contestants were repeatedly forced to choose between walking away with an often rather large lump of cash, or to keep playing the game in hopes of winning even

more. These days, though, Mandel is probably most recognizable as one of the judges on NBC’s summertime hit “America’s Got Talent,” a seat he first took for the show’s fifth season in 2010. So if you’re in the mood for some Christmas game show fun — or maybe just for some Howie — check out “Take It All” the week of Dec. 14 on NBC. You may even get some ideas for next year’s office Christmas party.

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Monday Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman Cook with Marie Amazing Facts Artist: C. Gibson Quiet Time Tales Fruit Brix Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman

Tuesday It is Written Writer: Kingsolver World Religions Celebrate Aging Cook: Arran Stark Kundalini Yoga Veterans Forum Donkey Ollie

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Thursday It is Written Writer: Kingsolver World Religions Celebrate Aging Cook: Arran Stark Kundalini Yoga Veterans Forum Donkey Ollie

Dennis Feten Presents Peak Moment Artist Workshop Our View Quiet Time Tales Business Report Christmas music Emergency Preparation Christmas movie Pedestrian Perils Grace and Truth King's Man

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Friday Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman Cook with Marie Amazing Facts ArArtist: C. Gibson Quiet Time Tales Fruit Brix Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman

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Praise TV Facets of Addiction Quiet Time Tales Words of Peace Olympic Portal Celebrate Aging Christmas music Spiritual Things Issues and Answers Peak Moment Tedy Bruschi Fritz World News Lifestyle Magazine Christmas Music

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Tai Chi w/ Michael Gilman Christmas movie

Dennis Feten Presents Peak Moment Artist Workshop Our View Quiet Time Tales Business Report Christmas music Emergency Preparation Christmas movie Pedestrian Perils Grace and Truth King's Man

Praise TV Facets of Addiction Quiet Time Tales Words of Peace Olympic Portal Celebrate Aging Christmas music Spiritual Things Issues and Answers Peak Moment Tedy Bruschi Fritz World News Lifestyle Magazine Christmas music

For up-to-the-minute schedule information, go to porttownsendtv.blogspot.com. Port Townsend City Council and Port Townsend School Board meetings air every week on Channel 98.

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Laughs Conan: Conan O’Brien Scientists have created synthetic plastic skin that can heal itself. The synthetic skin is being called “revolutionary” by doctors, and the perfect Christmas gift for Bruce Jenner. A prison inmate in Oregon who shot his own jaw off has demanded the state pay for his surgery. At least that’s what I think he said ... According to a new study, humans may be gradually losing their intelligence. The study was conducted by watching four minutes of “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” For the holidays, the makers of Pringles are coming out with a white chocolate and peppermint-flavored potato chip. In a related story, Pfizer is coming out with cinnamon-flavored insulin, so it’s still going to balance itself out!

Jimmy Kimmel Live!: Jimmy Kimmel A new report has found that the average number of text messages that cellphone customers in the U.S. send has dropped from 700 a month on average to 675 a month. Maybe texting is down because a lot of the people who text and drive are now dead! It makes sense when you think about it. Because 20 years ago, everyone sent letters, maybe a few pages long. Then we started sending emails and the notes got shorter. After a while, that seemed like too long so we moved to texting and now we’re just taking the next logical step: now we send nothing. We finally realized we don’t have anything to say to each other!

The Late, Late Show: Craig Ferguson Today is America Recycles Day. We’re celebrating here — all of tonight’s jokes are from previous shows. Drew Barrymore reportedly started smoking when she was 5 years old. In the original script for “E.T.” she lured E.T. into her home with a pack of menthols. Some people say the link between smoking and poor health has been exaggerated. These people are called “tobacco executives.” Happy birthday to His Royal Highness, Prince Charles. He turns 64 today. Prince Charles is spending his birthday in New Zealand. It’s part of his “Places We Used to Own” tour. I make fun of Prince Charles, but I admit I’m a fan. It’s important to remember he’s just a guy — and like any other guy, he has his servants put his pants on him one leg at a time. DECEMBER 9 - 15, 2012

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Q: Are we going to see “The Firm” again this winter? We haven’t heard anything about it. A: The answer is no, unfortunately. After getting a full, 22-episode first season (though it was exiled to the Siberia of Saturday nights just a few weeks in), NBC canceled the series. Many were surprised, as a TV version of a smash-hit book that had already been adapted into a smash-hit film seemed like a lock. Even John Grisham, the publishing money machine who wrote the original novel, was on board, saying in an interview with Poptimal.com that “I’m convinced the show is going to be a success.” However, critics, and apparently most viewers, weren’t so sure. “USA Today” called the series “legally bland.” The premiere had weak ratings, and for the most part the numbers only went down. NBC did air all 22 episodes, but it did so in the summer, on Saturdays, and so it could be that the network just had little else to put on. Fall shows with better numbers are frequently canceled early and never seen again. And yet the show had promise. Indeed, “Forbes” magazine ran a story about the show under the headline “Why NBC’s ‘The Firm’ Won’t Get Canceled” (the magazine is, of course, now eating its words). The article was describing how all 22 episodes of the show were purchased up front (another reason why all 22 saw air). “The Firm” was made under a new production model, the article said, in which the risk for making new shows is more evenly spread between independent production companies and TV networks, and the producers put more effort into making the shows sellable internationally. It also showed a more traditional sort of promise, in the form of a handsome and popular leading man. Josh Lucas, who played lawyer Mitch McDeere (the role played by Tom Cruise in the 1993 film version), is an established film star who had the male lead in the 2002 romcom “Sweet Home Alabama,” and played Charles Lindbergh in the 2011 Clint Eastwood-directed biopic “J. Edgar.”

FEMME FATALE: Sarah Pender is one of the most notorious women to be imprisoned for murder in 21st century America. Now, like many killers, she is getting the Hollywood treatment via a new Lifetime telefilm. Jenna Dewan-Tatum will portray Pender, who was convicted on a double-murder charge for masterminding the killing of her college roommates after a drug deal went bad. She then escaped from prison in 2008 with the help of one of the guards and a former inmate. The movie, titled “She Made Them Do It,” will help wrap up 2012 for the cable network when it premieres on Saturday, Dec. 29. Dewan-Tatum first earned the attention of an international audience as the female lead in the 2006 dance flick “Step Up,” opposite Channing Tatum, who later became her real-life husband. The wholesome role earned her plenty of fans, but the actress/dancer has since proved that she will not be typecast that way. She had a leading role in the short-lived NBC crime drama “The Playboy Club” and most recently appeared in a three-episode guest arc for FX’s anthology series “American Horror Story.” Still, it will be no easy task for Dewan-Tatum to portray a woman whose crimes were so heinous she was dubbed the female Charles Manson, and whose escape was so ingenious that it took several months and the involvement of the TV show “America’s Most Wanted” to finally capture her. During the time she evaded authorities, Pender made it onto the U.S. Marshals’ 15 most wanted

Q: Can you tell me the name of the Christmas TV movie Katharine Hepburn starred in back in the ‘90s, and if it’s available on DVD? A: Yes, and yes. Film legend Katharine Hepburn played Cornelia Beaumont, a curmudgeonly New Orleans aristocrat whose unmarried niece falls for a con man (played by Henry Winkler) in the 1994 telefilm “One Christmas.” As a matter of fact, the relationship between Winkler’s con man and his estranged young son was actually the core of the film — Hepburn had relatively few scenes. That’s understandable, since the actress was 87 years old at the time and suffering from Parkinson’s. Indeed, “One Christmas” was her final film — she died nine years later, in 2003. The film was first released on DVD later that year. I say “first” because it was reissued six years later, and again in 2011, in a two-disc set with the 1997 telefilm “A Christmas Memory.” The link between the two films is that both were based on stories by famed literary figure Truman Capote. In fact, both are said to be autobiographical tales of the author’s childhood (Winkler’s character, then, represented Capote’s father), and so “A Christmas Memory” can be considered a sequel of sorts to “One Christmas.”

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fugitives list. The telefilm also stars Mackenzie Phillips (“NYPD Blue”) as Jamie Long, the former inmate who helped orchestrate the escape. QUEEN OF BROADWAY: If “Smash” show runners were to make a dream list for guest stars from Broadway, Liza Minnelli would certainly be at the top. It looks like that dream will soon become a reality. The legendary performer has signed on to appear as herself in an upcoming spring episode of the hit NBC show. The episode, titled “The Surprise Party,” will also feature a singing performance by Minnelli and series star Christian Borle. The original song was written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, who are known for writing the music and lyrics for the stage version of “Hairspray.” “Liza Minnelli is the essence of a multi-talented, singular show business sensation, particularly for her extraordinary contributions to Broadway,” said NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt. “So what could be more fitting than to have her legendary talent on a show that celebrates a world

Liza has dazzled for decades?” As the daughter of actress/ singer Judy Garland and director Vincente Minnelli, it’s safe to say that Liza was baptized in the spotlight. She is one of the few stars to ever win all four major awards in the American entertainment industry — the Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony. To movie-goers, she’s probably best known for 1972’s “Cabaret,” 1975’s “Lucky Lady” and 1977’s “New York, New York,” plus the cameo she did in 2010’s “Sex and the City 2.” Theater lovers likely remember her best for her tourde-force performance in “Flora the Red Menace.” TV viewers have spotted her popping up all over in recent years, with appearances in “The Apprentice,” “Drop Dead Diva,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and “Arrested Development.” “Smash” returns to NBC airwaves with a new season on Tuesday, Feb. 5. The network has already announced that Season 2 will also feature guest appearances by Jennifer Hudson, Jesse L. Martin and Sean Hayes. PAYING HOMAGE: CBS’s “Hawaii Five-0” has somehow found a way to carve a niche for itself among nostalgic TV viewers while showing respect for the original series that paved the way in the ‘70s. What better way to honor such a legacy than update one of the old episodes? Peter Weller will travel to the island state to star in and direct a rebooted episode that first aired more than 39 years ago. Titled “Hookman,” it served as the original series’ Season 6 premiere. The original episode followed a

double amputee who was seeking revenge against the cops who maimed him, including McGarrett. For the new version of the episode, the story is being adjusted to suggest that McGarrett’s father was responsible for the injuries sustained by Weller’s character. “We at ‘Hawaii Five-0’ hold the original series in reverence, and to be able to go to their well of incredible storytelling is such an honor,” said executive producer Peter Lenkov. “Aside from updating a few sign-ofthe-times elements, we are using the original as a roadmap to stay true to each and every element that made ‘Hookman’ such a beloved hour of television, even going so far as to secure the same locations used in the original episode.” Weller (1987’s “RoboCop,” “Dexter,” “24”) will be paired with Jason Koger, a real-life double upper amputee, who will serve as Weller’s stand-in during close-up shots showing his prosthetic hands. The original episode featured Jay J. Armes as the villain, and he, too, was a real double amputee. This isn’t the first time the reboot has revisited material from the parent series. Earlier this year, Edward Asner reprised the role of August March, whom he played in the original program, for a new episode inspired by his original guest appearance.

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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989, The 700 Club 180* 311* ('94, Com) Tim Allen. Family) Marin Short, Tim Allen. Comedy) Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid, Chevy Chase.

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Date Night ('10, Com) Steve Carell, FXM

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The Perfect Holiday (2007, Comedy) Gabrielle

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When Oliver finds out that Moira and Thea stopped celebrating Christmas after he and his father disappeared, he decides to throw a holiday party to make up for lost time. Meanwhile, Tommy tries to convince Laurel to spend Christmas with him.

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The aliens have their first experience with death when Hidden Hills’ beloved gardener Juan suddenly passes away. Debbie and Marty try to explain that all humans die eventually, but Larry Bird thinks he may be able to solve that problem.

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In what has become an annual tradition, Barbara Walters interviews the top newsmakers of the past year. This year’s list includes “Fifty Shades of Grey” author E.L. James, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Olympic gold medallist Gabby Douglas.

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Tragedy strikes for Jose Vargas, who’s forced to give up his life as a firefighter after he’s injured in a terrible fire. Elsewhere, Chief Boden deals with a suspected teenage firebug, and Cruz tries to save his younger brother from gang life. DECEMBER 9 - 15, 2012

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8:00 p.m.

Mystic Falls becomes a winter wonderland in this holiday episode. While Stefan and Caroline clash with Tyler over his plans for Klaus, Elena and Damon try to help Jeremy conquer his demons. Prof. Shane reveals something that leaves everyone speechless.

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A young bride wants her wedding party to dance down the aisle in the first of back-to-back new episodes. Later, a sister-inlaw challenges a bride’s maid of honor to a battle of the bling in an attempt to prove she should be in the wedding party.

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