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PORT ANGELES — The newest baseball team in the West Coast League will take the field next summer as the Port Angeles Lefties. The mascot? An Olympic marmot. Team officials unveiled the nickname at a Thursday event hosted by the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. and the Port Angeles Downtown Association. “As a left-hander, I think that’s an inspired choice,” Mayor Patrick 691678677

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LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION OF PORT ANGELES September 11, 2016

A Study in Resilience It was in October of 1946 that Bill Possinger and Wilson Meyers set up shop as Lincoln Welding on what is now the parking lot of the Red Lion hotel on the Port Angeles waterfront. They had just purchased Lasalle Welding & Forge and set out with high ambition and many long days to provide equipment repair services to all-comers. They intended to offer quality, reliability, and excellence. It was a two-man, no employee operation. They liked to say that “The only thing we can’t weld is a broken heart and the crack of dawn.” Today, their company sits high on a hill overlooking the harbor and has become known as Lincoln Industrial Corporation with a business base that stretches throughout the western half of the United States and five countries.

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Lois Draper, 94, of Port Angeles, left, takes her first ride in a tethered balloon piloted by Crystal Stout as part of the Dream Catcher Balloon Program on Friday at Port Angeles Civic Field. Draper was one of numerous residents of Laurel Place Assisted Living in Port Angeles to take short balloon rides in an event that also allowed members of the public to take part.

How did this happen? First, Lincoln was a welding repair company for the growing logging industry. And those in the industry had particular needs. By the Sixties, Possinger had a few sons running around who were willing to work. So they expanded the business from repair to making things. They designed and built a log trailer that was well received. Soon after, the company was building both “Long Logger” and “Short Logger” trailers. Over the years to follow, Lincoln would ultimately manufacture a full line of Long Hauling Equipment, Roll-Off Truck and Trailer Equipment, Dump Bodies and Trailers for a growing customer base. The company also began to provide custom trailer fabrication, structural steel construction, and on-site industrial repair services and consulting. Lincoln has built several dump boxes for the growing construction business on the I-5 corridor and is expanding that market.

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Second, by the late Seventies, Will and Brian Possinger, who own and run the company today, began playing larger roles. They further expanded the business by doing industrial repair and structural steel construction, including on-site repair, for major mills in and outside of Clallam County. Significant customers were Crown Zellerbach, ITT Rayonier, and Port Townsend Paper. By 1982 Lincoln had 42 employees. But as the company’s reputation for exceptional products and customer service in the mill industry grew, so did its employee base. By 1990, the Possinger brothers employed 157.

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Then, disaster hit. For many manufacturing businesses in the U.S., the period of late 1990 through nearly all of 1991 is known as “the time commerce stopped”. Iraq invaded Kuwait on August 2, 1990 in what is known as the first Persian Gulf War and the combined U.S./allied response did not fully occur until March 20, 1991. The period of uncertainty was so long that corporate mill expansion plans were put on the shelf and normal facility repairs were often skipped entirely. Over the course of 1991 employment at Lincoln was forced to drop from 157 to 13. When the “war” was over, the base business was slow in coming back.

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On July 29, 2016, Lincoln acquired Allform Welding in Sequim. Over the years Allform had focused on the custom needs of the home market and not the industrial side. Dan Donovan, Allform’s owner, was facing what could potentially be a serious health issue. Dan and Will Possinger, who had believed their companies to be semi-competitive for many years, sat down to discuss a possible acquisition. Finally, they really got to know each other for the first time. Later, Will expressed in genuine delight: “I just met with a great guy. We were both sorry that we hadn’t combined forces years ago!” Today, as Lincoln Industrial approaches its 70th Anniversary, the company has long stood out as one of the most successful and innovative manufacturers in Clallam County.

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Many businesses could not survive such a shock, but the Possinger boys held on. Their moves to diversify into other markets continued to pay off. The demand for an innovative supplier of custom fabrications continued to grow which is why Lincoln operates and has customers in approximately 17 western states today. Just recently the company completed the structural rebuild of the Kolstrand Building in Ballard and a very large cage building project for Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo. The latter was a “rush job” and was completed in 28 straight days.

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Celeste Yarnall, who appeared as Yeoman Martha Landon in the original TV series, waves a scarf depicting her in her role during ceremonies to introduce the new series of commemorative stamps based on the “Star Trek” television series and movies, on the 50th anniversary of its broadcast debut. The series made its TV debut Sept. 8, 1966, and ran for three seasons. The stamp was officially unveiled Sept. 2 in New York.

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SAM IACOBELLIS, 87, the Rockwell International engineer who met President Ronald Reagan’s challenge to deliver 100 B-1 bombers as fast as possible in the early 1980s to challenge the Soviet Union, has died. His son, Sam Iacobellis Jr., said his father died Sept. 3 at a hospital in San Luis Obispo, Calif., from complications of a stroke. The Los Angeles Times called Mr. Iacobellis’ mandate one of the toughest manufacturing assignments of the Cold War. Under his supervision, in just six years, Rockwell delivered all 100 of the bombers below budget and on schedule, playing a key role in Reagan’s plan to bankrupt the Soviets with a military buildup they could not match. Russians were in awe of the B-1, designed to fly a few hundred feet off the ground near the speed of sound, and were unable to duplicate its capabilities, said Robert Cattoi, former chief engineer at Rockwell. “A group of us from Rockwell were in Krasnoyarsk [Russia], having dinner with some of their astronauts and Air Force generals, when one of them asked me, ‘Do you know Sam Iacobellis? If you see him, tell him he was far more responsible for ending the Cold War than he might realize. We didn’t have the resources to match it,’” Cattoi told the Times. “It was the straw that broke the camel’s back.” To meet Reagan’s plan, Mr. Iacobellis had to build an entire new assembly complex in Palmdale, Calif.; create a supply network that extended to nearly every state; and create a trained workforce of 40,000 within less than two years, according to the newspaper.

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_________ JOHAN BOTHA, 51, a tenor whose light but muscular voice dazzled audiences at the world’s top operatic stages in a wide range of roles, died Thursday in Vienna. Whereas many of his contemporaries focused on a relatively narrow repertoire, the South African felt at home in operas ranging from Puccini to Wagner. Over a nearly 30-year career, he appeared on most of the world’s top stages including La Scala, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, New York’s Metropolitan Opera and the State Opera in Vienna, where he made his home. Elisabetta Hartl of Medea Music and Entertainment Group, which worked with Mr. Botha, gave

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no details in announcing his death, but Mr. Botha had been suffering from cancer. Uncommonly versatile, Mr. Botha shone in roles ranging from Florestan in Beethoven’s “Fidelio” to main figures in works by Verdi, Wagner, and Richard Strauss. His voice was light but powerful, displaying a fluidity that at its best knew few constraints. He was also an accomplished concert singer, appearing with orchestras including the Vienna Philharmonic and Berlin Philharmonic, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra under the batons of Claudio Abbado, Daniel Barenboim and Christian Thielemann among others.

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• Mildred Marie Harris, who was to take a ride in a tethered balloon Friday, is 95. A caption on Page A1 Friday erroneously said she is 75. • A steamboat at the Wooden Boat Festival was the Virginia V. A story on Page A1 Friday published an incorrect name.

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1941 (75 years ago) Interested citizens were raising funds here [in Port Angeles] yesterday and today to help provide gasoline and lunch for the Roosevelt High School band’s expedition to the Western Washington Fair at Puyallup next Tuesday. Meanwhile, band director Ransford Wise said this morning a few more automobiles are needed to transport the 45 musicians and instruments. Several cars and drivers have been offered, but the list is not yet complete. Persons willing to help are asked to telephone the superintendent’s office.

1966 (50 years ago) The Port Townsend Redskins showed once again that they’ll be one of the top contenders for the Olympic League A crown in the

binding referendum on the North League jamboree at Jefferson County Memorial Nov. 5 general election ballot Stadium on Friday night. asking whether the county The Redskins, winners of should deny all pending perthe Olympic League title a mits needed for the resort. year ago, combined a sound But commissioners, in a passing attack coupled with letter released Tuesday, said a good running game to win such an action would make the jamboree title with 13-7 it impossible for the resort and 12-0 wins over Sequim developers to have a fair and Forks respectively. hearing before the commisHowever, the ’Skins had sioners. no easy time of it against the Wolves and the Spartans. In fact, only a bad hike Laugh Lines from center enabled the Port Townsend 11 to come from REPUBLICAN VICE behind and beat the Sequim PRESIDENTIAL nominee Wolves to win the title. Mike Pence broke with his running mate yesterday, 1991 (25 years ago) saying that unlike Donald There will not be a public Trump, he does not doubt that President Obama was vote this fall on the controborn in Hawaii. versial Cape Discovery Though interestingly, Resort project, the Clallam Pence refused to respond County Board of Commissioners announced Tuesday. when asked if it was true that he was born in Lego A group of 34 citizens Land. had asked the commissionSeth Meyers ers Monday to place a non-

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TODAY IS SUNDAY, Sept. 11, the 255th day of 2016. There are 111 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Sept. 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 people were killed on an unprecedented day of terror as 19 members of al-Qaida hijacked four passenger jetliners, sending two of the planes smashing into New York’s World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon and the fourth into a field in western Pennsylvania. On this date: In 1714, the forces of King Philip V of Spain overcame Catalan defenders to end the 13-monthlong Siege of Barcelona during the War of the Spanish Succession.

In 1857, the Mountain Meadows Massacre took place in present-day southern Utah as a 120-member Arkansas immigrant party was slaughtered by Mormon militiamen aided by Paiute Native Americans. In 1936, Boulder Dam (now Hoover Dam) began operation as President Franklin D. Roosevelt pressed a key in Washington to signal the startup of the dam’s first hydroelectric generator. In 1941, in a speech that drew accusations of anti-Semitism, Charles A. Lindbergh told an America First rally in Des Moines, Iowa, that “the British, the Jewish and the Roosevelt administration” were pushing the United States

toward war. In 1974, Eastern Airlines Flight 212, a DC-9, crashed while attempting to land in Charlotte, N.C., killing 72 of the 82 people on board. In 1984, country star Barbara Mandrell was seriously injured in an automobile accident near Nashville, Tenn., that claimed the life of the other driver, Mark White. In 1985, Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds cracked career hit number 4,192 off Eric Show of the San Diego Padres, eclipsing the record held by Ty Cobb. In 1997, Scots voted to create their own Parliament after 290 years of union with England. Ten years ago: The nation

paused to remember the victims of 9/11 on the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks. Five years ago: The nation, and the world, marked the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In New York, a tree-covered memorial plaza at ground zero opened to the families of the victims for the first time. President Barack Obama, after visiting the sites where terrorists struck, declared: “It will be said of us that we kept that faith; that we took a painful blow, and emerged stronger.” One year ago: A crane collapsed onto the Grand Mosque in Mecca, killing 111 people ahead of the annual hajj pilgrimage.


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Briefly: Nation Appeals court blocks states’ voting measures

ment objections from Saudi Arabia. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers were Saudi nationals. WASHINGTON — A federal The White appeals court has blocked KanHouse has sigsas, Georgia and Alabama from naled Obama requiring residents to prove they would veto the Obama are U.S. citizens when registering legislation over the potential for to vote using a national form. the measure to backfire. The The 2-1 ruling Friday is a Obama administration cautions victory for voting rights groups that if U.S. citizens can take the who said a U.S. election official Saudis to court, then a foreign illegally changed proof-of-citicountry could in turn sue the zenship requirements on the United States. There also is federal registration form at the apprehension the bill would behest of the three states. undermine a longstanding yet People registering to vote in strained relationship with a critother states are only required to ical U.S. ally in the Middle East. swear that they are citizens, not Votes from the members in show documentary proof. the House and Senate would be The three-judge panel of the needed to override a veto. U.S. Court of Appeals for the The legislation gives victims’ District of Columbia acted families the right to sue in U.S. swiftly in the case, issuing a court for any role that elements two-page, unsigned ruling just a of the Saudi government may day after hearing oral arguhave played in the 2001 attacks ments. A federal judge in July that killed thousands in New had refused to block the require- York, the Washington, D.C., area ment while the case is considand Pennsylvania. ered on the merits.

Bill to allow 9/11 suits WASHINGTON — Approval of a bipartisan bill that would allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia put Congress on a collision course with President Barack Obama on the eve of the 15th anniversary of the attacks. The House passed the legislation Friday by voice vote, about four months after the measure cleared the Senate despite vehe-

Lineup for news shows WASHINGTON — Guest lineups for today’s TV news shows: • ABC’s “This Week” — Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson; former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. • NBC’s “Meet the Press” — Johnson. • CBS’s “Face the Nation” — CIA Director John Brennan; Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. • CNN’s “State of the Union” — Johnson. • “Fox News Sunday” — Johnson; former House Speaker Newt Gingrich; Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif.

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U.S., Russia approve Syrian war cease-fire Humanitarian aid to flow with two nations’ military partnership BY BRADLEY KLAPPER JAMEY KEATEN

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GENEVA — The United States and Russia working in lockstep against the Islamic State group and al-Qaida’s affiliate in Syria. A rejuvenated truce that will compel President Bashar Assad’s air and ground forces to pull back. New flows of badly needed humanitarian aid.

Marathon meeting Those details emerged Saturday as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov capped another marathon meeting in Geneva to present their latest ambitious push to end Syria’s devastating and complex war. The potential breakthrough deal, which launches a nation-

tives of the opposition, while the two world powers focus on battling jihadis. The deal, at least publicly and for now, appears to overcome months of distrust between Ruswide cessation of hostilities by sia and the United States that sundown Monday, will hinge on President Barack Obama had compliance by Assad’s Russian- cited less than a week ago. backed forces and U.S.-supported rebel groups, plus key regional Partnership powers such as Turkey, Iran and Now, the two powers are lining Saudi Arabia with hands directly or indirectly in Syria’s 5½ years of up in an unexpected new military partnership targeting the Islamic carnage. State group and al-Qaida-linked militants, while trying to prod Turning point Assad and opposition groups to end “We believe the plan as it is set a war that has killed up to 500,000 forth — if implemented, if fol- people and displaced millions. lowed — has the ability to provide Washington must persuade a turning point, a moment of Syrian rebels to break ranks with change,” Kerry said as he and Fath al-Sham, an al-Qaida-linked Lavrov laid out the contours, but group previously known as the admittedly not too much fine Nusra Front, which has interprint, of the hard-won accord. mingled with U.S.-backed fightThe ultimate hope is to silence ers. Moscow is to pressure Assad’s the Syrian guns so that the long- government to halt all offensive stalled peace process under U.N. operations against the armed mediation can resume between opposition in specific areas, which Assad’s envoys and representa- were not detailed.

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Briefly: World South Korea, U.S. decry new nuclear test SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea said it conducted a “higher level” nuclear test explosion on Friday that will allow it to finally build an array of stronger, smaller and lighter nuclear weapons. It was the North’s fifth atomic test and the second in eight months. South Korea’s president said the detonation, which Seoul estimated was the North’s biggest-ever in explosive yield, was an Moon act of “fanatic recklessness” and a sign that leader Kim Jong Un “is spiraling out of control.” President Barack Obama condemned the test and said the U.S. would never accept the country as a nuclear power. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon strongly condemned North Korea’s nuclear test and urged discussion of “significant measures” against Pyongyang.

23 dead in factory fire NEW DELHI — A boiler exploded and triggered a fire at a packaging factory near Bangladesh’s capital on Saturday, killing at least 23 workers and injuring dozens, officials said.

Fire officials said that the explosion at the five-story Tampaco Foils Ltd. factory in the Tongi industrial area outside Dhaka was huge, and that the fire triggered by the blast spread quickly because flammable chemicals were stored at the factory. At least six of the 14 people being treated for burns at Dhaka Medical College and Hospital were in critical condition, said Mohammed Bacchu Mia, a police official at the hospital. He confirmed that at least 23 people had died. Local TV stations said about 50 people were injured in all. Television footage showed smoke billowing from the factory, with the fire engulfing part of the upper floors.

Quake shakes E. Africa NAIROBI, Kenya — A 5.7-magnitude earthquake shook the Lake Victoria region of East Africa on Saturday, killing at least 11 people in Tanzania, a police official said. The country’s president said that many were dead. The 11 who died in Tanzania were in brick structures in the town of Bukoba, said Augustine Olomi, regional police commander for the Kagera region. Recent earthquakes in the area have caused secondary hazards such as landslides. The last quake in the region was in 2004 and measured 4.7. The Associated Press

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Candidates trade remarks over Clinton’s ‘deplorables’ BY CATHERINE LUCEY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Hillary Clinton verbally banished half of Donald Trump’s backers to a “basket of deplorables,” and the Republican presidential nominee quickly pounced, saying Saturday she had smeared many Americans and would pay a heavy political price. “Wow, Hillary Clinton was so insulting to my supporters, millions of amazing, hard-working people. I think it will cost her at the polls!” Trump said in a tweet. Clinton, who has said she is the candidate who can unify a

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divided country, made the comment at an LGBT fundraiser Friday night at a New York City restaurant, with about 1,000 people in attendance. “To just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic — you name it,” she said, before stressing that other Trump supporters are frustrated and need sympathy. Trump’s running mate Mike Pence jumped on the remarks Saturday at the conservative Value Voters Summit in Washington, saying “Hillary Clinton’s low

opinion of the people that support this campaign should be denounced in the strongest possible terms.” “Hillary, they are not a basket of anything. They are Americans and they deserve your respect,” he added. While Clinton is taking heat for her comment, Trump’s brand is controversy. At a rally in Pensacola, Fla., on Friday, the Republican said Clinton is “so protected” that “she could walk into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching, right smack in the middle of the heart. And she wouldn’t be prosecuted.”

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West: Calif. officers face charges in sex scandal

Nation: Police search for two men in 1969 stabbing

World: Work begins on Iran’s second nuclear plant

World: Flight to Canada diverts to Iceland for issues

SEVEN CURRENT AND former San Francisco Bay Area police officers will be charged in a sexual misconduct scandal involving a teenager who was later arrested in Florida in an unrelated assault case, a prosecutor said Friday. The wide-ranging scandal surfaced in June when the teenager, who described herself as a prostitute, said she had sex with about 30 law enforcement officials in Oakland and elsewhere in the region. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley said Friday she was waiting until she’s certain the teen can be returned to California before filing charges against the officers.

POLICE ARE LOOKING for two men in connection with the killing of a Canadian woman found stabbed to death in 1969 near the site of the most notorious Manson family killings in Los Angeles. Police released sketches of the men Friday. The sketches show how the men would have looked in 1969, when 19-year-old Reet Jurvetson’s body was found stabbed 150 times. Jurvetson, who wasn’t carrying identification, became known as Jane Doe No. 59 until detectives finally identified her last year using DNA from her sister, who had recognized a photo of the young woman’s body posted online.

IRAN BEGAN BUILDING its second nuclear power plant with Russian help on Saturday, the first such project since last year’s landmark nuclear deal with world powers. The project in the southern port city of Bushehr will eventually include two power plants expected to go online in 10 years. Construction on the second plant is set to begin in 2018. The entire project will cost more than $8.5 billion, with each plant producing 1,057 megawatts of electricity. “Construction of the power plant is a symbol of Iran enjoying the results of the nuclear deal,” Senior Vice President Ishaq Jahangiri said at a ceremony.

A WESTJET FLIGHT from London to Edmonton, Can., diverted to Iceland on Saturday after the crew discovered a “potential mechanical issue,” the Canadian airline said. The pilots aboard the Boeing 767 declared an in-flight emergency about two hours after taking off from Gatwick Airport. It landed safely at Keflavik airport, and the airline said “all guests and crew will be taken care of until we arrange new flights.” The airline didn’t disclose the nature of the mechanical issue but said the plane would remain in Iceland for maintenance, and passengers would be put up in hotels.


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The three Jefferson County commissioners will conduct a public hearing on the 2017-22 Transportation Improvement Project on Monday. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in commissioners’ chambers at the Jefferson County Courthouse, 1820 Jefferson St., Port Townsend. The hearing will begin at 10 a.m. The Transportation Improvement Project (TIP) is a list of 27 transportation projects proposed by the Department of Public Works for the next six years. The proposal includes cost estimates and revenue sources for each project. Paper copies of the TIP are available in the county commissioners’ office in the basement of the courthouse and at the Department of Public Works offices at 623 Sheridan St. in Port Townsend. Electronic copies can be found at www.co. jefferson.wa.us. On Monday’s consent agenda is approving the use of state funds from the Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts to increase the number of children served by courtappointed special special advocates (CASAs) in the Jefferson County Juvenile Courts, and an agreement for training assistance for the Department of Community Development. At 1:30 p.m., commissioners will continue a discussion on staffing and vacant positions in the prosecuting attorney’s office. At 2 p.m., commissioners will hear a presentation from John Gamon of the state Department of Natural Resources Heritage Conservation Office on the proposed expansion of the Devils Lake and Dabob Bay conservation areas.

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city of Sequim’s legislative priorities during a workshop. Both meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers on the second flood of historic City Hall, 540 Water St. On Monday, council members also will discuss an audit report from the state auditor’s office. The state found no significant deficiencies or material weaknesses in the city’s financial reporting. The council will discuss the Water Street overlay project and a proposal that the city take over management of the Port Townsend Swim Team. Council office hours, during which members of the CONTINUED FROM A1 public can discuss any topic with a member of the City Council, take place from “I hope we can get ready 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday in to come together at Civic the mayor’s office at historic Field next year to spend City Hall. some time together at the ballpark with our friends Port of Port Townsend and families, to eat a hot Port of Port Townsend dog or hamburger, to cheer commissioners will discuss for the home team and to raising 2016 moorage rates build a very special place by 2 percent when they and build special memories meet in regular session in this community thanks to the Port Angeles Lefties.” Wednesday. Representatives of the The meeting will begin Victoria HarbourCats and at 1 p.m. in chambers, 333 Benedict St. It will be pre- Cowlitz Black Bears were ceded by a public workshop on hand to welcome the Port Angeles franchise to at 9:30 a.m. At the morning meeting, the West Coast League, the county assessor will brief which has 11 teams from commissioners on the Washington, Oregon and assessed value of the district. British Columbia. “We’re going to develop a At the afternoon meeting, in addition to moorage rivalry,” HarbourCats corates, commissioners will owner Jim Swanson said. “We’re going to develop a discuss their annual report rivalry because of our comfor 2016, which was submitted to the state auditor’s munities, because of our proximity, because we share office Aug. 30. this beautiful sound of a Port Townsend schools horn whenever the Coho ferry is moving somewhere.” The Port Townsend The sound of the Coho School Board will consider ferry horn is played when a policy for evaluating the the home team scores at superintendent when it Victoria’s Royal Athletic meets Monday. Park, which leads the West The meeting will begin Coast League in attenat 6 p.m. in Room S-11 of dance. The average attenthe Gael Stuart Building, dance for the league is 1610 Blaine St. 1,132. The board will consider a “There are nights when policy that requires three you watch our games and performance reviews each you might as well put our year. guys into Mariners and It also will consider a Oakland A’s uniforms and policy on the relationship put them in Safeco Field between the board and and you might not know the superintendent. difference,” Swanson said. A Bellingham pitcher’s Chimacum schools fastball was clocked at 98 The Chimacum School mph at a Victoria game this Board will consider action summer, and it wasn’t an on an agreement between aberration, Swanson said. the district and the Jeffer“It’s not like we had one son County Public Utility guy throwing 90-plus miles District when it meets an hour,” Swanson said. Wednesday. “It happened every night The board will meet at at our ballpark this year.” 6 p.m. in the library of the The Lefties will be high school at 91 West Val- coached by Zach Miller, who ley Road. played collegiate baseball It will consider a policy at Green River Community on the language access College, Washington State plan. University and Western Oregon University. He SERVICE

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CONTINUED FROM A1 turing a Maori haka playing over footage of the 2016 racRacers who completed ers on their way from Port both stages of the race Townsend to Ketchikan and were given blazers with including comments from both sleeves. Volunteers races, such as “It’s like the with scissors removed a America’s Cup for dirtbags,” sleeve for every stage left attributed to Team Three Sheets Northwest. incomplete. The video can be seen at Beattie and Daniel Evans, race boss, www.r2ak.com. Beattie and Evans also announced at the Blazer Party that the 2017 race announced the new R2AK will launch from Port Yacht Club, an online comTownsend on June 6 for the munity for R2AK fans and first leg to Victoria. The racers. “Everyone is a vice comsecond leg — from Victoria to Ketchikan — will set off modore,” Beattie said. The party kicked off June 12. The same rules still will with awards for the sumapply — no motors, no sup- mer’s race and a slew of port and no classes — and world records. Team MAD Dog Racing prizes remain the same — $10,000 for first place and now has the time to beat, a set of steak knives for finishing in 3 days, 20 hours and 13 minutes. second place. “People liked to say they The only change is the chance to sell a boat for bought the race with an expensive boat,” Beattie $10,000. Beattie and Evans said. “But the story from showed a new video, “R2AK these guys is that they 2017 — Shut up. Go,” fea- were cold.

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Flag: A two-year investigation CONTINUED FROM A1 A photojournalist captured the moment, and his photograph became a powerful symbol of resiliency and patriotism after thousands lost their lives in the deadliest terror attack on American soil. Everett police are cautious about claiming they recovered the iconic flag. Their investigation leads them and others to believe it’s likely the same one raised at Ground Zero, they said. “We didn’t have an agenda. We were never pressured to say it’s the flag. People will draw their own conclusions based on the investigation,” Massingale said. On Sept. 11, 2001, three New York City firefighters took a 3-foot-by-5-foot U.S. flag from the Star of America yacht moored in the Hudson River. They raised the flag over Ground Zero, using electrical tape to bind together two lengths of rope. Thomas Franklin of The Record newspaper in New Jersey was nearby with his camera. The photograph was printed around the world. Within five hours of its raising, the Star of America flag and the halyard — the rope and the brass and silver hardware — were gone. Everett police documented that timeline from a video recorded at the site the evening of the attacks. Another flag surfaced that for some time was believed to be the one from the yacht. That banner was taken on a tour of the Middle East on the USS Theodore Roosevelt. When it returned, the yacht’s owner and crew members realized it wasn’t their flag. That was the beginning of the mystery. On Nov. 4, 2014, a man stood outside Everett Fire Station 1, clutching a plastic shopping bag from Jo-Ann Fabric. He said he was a Marine who had served in Iraq. A few days earlier, on Halloween, he’d been watching a show on the History Channel about lost historical artifacts. Host Brad Meltzer detailed the disappearance of the Ground Zero flag. The man, who identified himself as “Brian,” said he had the flag and halyard. He’d been given the flag in honor of his military service on Veterans Day 2007, he said. It came from an employee of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. A 9/11 widow had given the NOAA worker the flag, he explained. He told the firefighters he didn’t want a reward or publicity. He hoped the flag would be returned to the people of New York City. He said he was married and lived in Everett. He didn’t provide his last name or phone number. Massingale had been with the department more than two decades. He served four years in the U.S. Army before becoming a police officer. He was assigned to property crimes back in 2014. That fall, his boss called the detective into his office. “He came out white as a sheet,” Atwood said. “I kept

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Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson, right, helps display a flag linked to a famous photo of Ground Zero in New York after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The flag turned up in Everett in 2014 when an unidentified man dropped it off at a fire station. asking him if he was in trouble.” “No, I’m not in trouble,” Massingale said. “I’m going to need your help on this.” The two detectives, who had been partners for years, began their investigation using Google and You Tube. Plenty had been written about the flag and its disappearance. The detectives learned the flag’s owners were Shirley Dreifus and her husband, Spiros Kopelakis. Meanwhile, their bosses knew the detectives needed room to work. They didn’t want word to get out. The flag needed to be kept secret — and protected. It was stored in a separate evidence room with stricter protocols. There was a backup location in case of an emergency, Deputy Police Chief Mark St. Clair said. Early on, however, the History Channel learned of the investigation. To keep pressure off the detectives, the department brokered a deal. The production company provided some valuable resources, including flying the yacht’s second mate, Monica Rosero, to Everett to examine the flag and also hiring independent experts to look over the evidence, St. Clair said. Massingale and Atwood enlisted the help of the State Patrol Crime Lab in Marysville. They asked the forensic scientists to look for DNA on the Jo-Ann Fabric bag. The bag turned out to be a dead end, but David Northrop, a lab supervisor, gave the detectives an invaluable lead. A colleague in the lab near Spokane happened to be one of the nation’s foremost experts on 9/11 debris analysis. It was time for a field trip. Bill Schneck conducted a chemical analysis of trace evidence from the flag and halyard. Along the way, the detectives learned a bit about microscopic dust particle analysis: asbestos, mica, cement. While waiting for Schneck’s report, detectives tried to find Brian. They released a sketch of him in late 2014. The police said they were looking for a man who had dropped off some property. They didn’t reveal exactly what. Brian was described as white and in his late 30s to

early 40s. He is about 5 feet, 10 inches tall and 180 pounds. He has brown hair, which he wears longer in the back. The detectives scoured all surveillance footage available from businesses along Rucker Avenue and from city buses. Atwood was alone in the office he shared with Massingale on Dec. 23, 2014, when his partner’s phone rang. Then his own phone rang. It was Schneck, who told him, “Merry Christmas.” The scientist couldn’t declare it was the same flag and halyard, but he said the debris was consistent with dust from Ground Zero. But Atwood and Massingale needed more than dust. In videos of the flag raising, they saw firefighters wrapping the rope with black electrical tape. They tried to count the wraps, to compare with the rope they had, but that part of the video wasn’t clear. Something else was: The firefighters weren’t wearing gloves. The detectives knew the sticky side of electrical tape made a good repository for genetic evidence. “We just went to DNA school a short time before that,” Massingale said. There was no way they could unravel all of the tape. “We didn’t want to destroy a potential historic item,” Atwood said. They settled for peeling back a single inch and swabbing it for evidence. The tape contained the genetic profile of an unidentified man. They asked the New York City fire department to provide DNA from the three firefighters who had raised the flag. They asked nicely. This wasn’t a criminal case, and a judge’s order might not go over well with those who had experienced the tragedy up close. Attorneys from Everett and New York City agreed the detectives would send the sample from the flag. There seemed to be no other option. The detectives learned in

June 2015 there was no match between the firefighters and the tape. They peeled back and swabbed the second and third inches. No additional genetic profiles were found. The History Channel flew Rosero to Everett. She said she was 80 percent sure the flag was from the Star of America. She was more certain about the halyard. Another Everett detective, Steve Paxton, took hundreds of photos of the flag for comparison. All modern U.S. flags share certain characteristics: 13 stripes, a field of blue, 50 stars. In the video from Ground Zero, the tape on the rope had a tear in it. So did the tape in Everett. The flag in evidence and the flag from the yacht matched in size, nylon material and stitching. The flying end of a flag is often folded over and stitched to prevent fraying. That step can create an overset of the stripes between the two sides. The overset, measured in fractions of an inch, was among the details analyzed. The halyard was a stronger match. It had more unique features, especially the tape and the hardware. “I feel very strongly that’s the halyard in the photograph,” Massingale said. “I’m even more confident,” his partner responded. Massingale added: “The flag is likely the same flag.” With everything put together — the material, the trace evidence and the witness reports — there was finally enough evidence “that we are able to return that to whoever is claiming ownership,” St. Clair said. “It all just lines up,” he said. There are unanswered questions. They still don’t know who Brian is or how he ended up with the flag. They don’t know whose DNA is on the tape. Massingale retired in January from the Everett Police Department after 25 years. He took a job with the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians, patrolling a 64-acre reservation in north Snohom-

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Detectives Mike Atwood, left, and Jim Massingale, now a patrolman with the Stillaguamish Police Department, stand in front of the Everett Police Department on Tuesday in Everett. ish County. He kept investigating the flag case, often on his own time. The final draft of his report is dated Aug. 31, 2016. It was one of the last cases he and Atwood worked together. “We got to handle the flag several times. It was pretty powerful,” Massingale said. “It was powerful to hold it in your hands.”

They talked a lot about what the flag meant, to them and to their country during one of its darkest hours. They wonder what it’ll mean to others, now that it’s home.

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Noise pollution affects both human h e a l t h a n d b e h a v i o r . E x c e s s i ve , u n wa n t e d n o i s e c a n c a u s e h y p e r t e n s i o n , h i g h s t r e s s l e ve l s , hearing loss, sleep disturbances, and other harmful effects. The Navy’s 2009 Final Jet Engine Noise Report states "In all likelihood, t a c t i c a l j e t n o i s e l e ve l s h a ve i n c r e a s e d a s t h e ve l o c i t y a n d a i r fl o w f r o m t h e s e e n g i n e s h a ve increased to produce added thrust.” As long as the Navy continues to fl y t h e i r h i g h - ve l o c i t y n o i s e polluting aircraft, humans within hearing distance will suffer the effects. The Noise Control Act of 1972 and the Quiet Communities A c t o f 1 9 7 8 we r e p u t i n p l a c e t o protect human health. Wi l l t h e N a v y c o m p l y f o r the sake of our health? For more information go to s a ve t h e o l y m p i c p e n i n s u l a . o r g .

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PORT ANGELES — Today at noon, bagpipes will be played at the 9/11 monument at Francis Street Park. Ricky McKenzie said he plans to mark the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York; the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.; and the plane that went down in Shanksville, Pa. “I do it because it should be done, to pay my respects so no one forgets and because there’s no official ceremony,” the Coast Guard veteran said. The Francis Street Park memorial features a 9-foot I-beam recovered from Ground Zero in New York City. Alan Barnard, chairman of the Clallam County Public Safety Tribute Committee, and Capt. Duke Moroz of the Port Angeles Fire Department toured the 1,450-pound I-beam throughout Clallam County — with stops in Port Angeles, Sequim, Clallam Bay, Neah Bay and Forks — before the 9/11 artifact became the centerpiece of a new memorial erected to honor local public-safety workers in 2011. The memorial originated with two Port Angeles Coast Guardsmen: Samuel Allen and Andrew Moravec. They asked the Port Authority of New York/New Jersey for the piece in 2009, and delivery was sanctioned by the 9/11 Commission. It was pulled from a building where 2,752 people died, including 343 New York City firefighters, 37 Port Authority police officers and 23 New York City police officers. In 2012, the final piece was added to the monument, a bronze plaque created by Port Angeles Bob Stokes that reads: “In memory of those who have fallen and with gratitude for those who serve, the citizens of Clallam County dedicate this monument to the brave men and women of public safety, September 11, 2001. “Never forget September 11, 2001.” A memorial featuring an 843-pound of sheet metal from the fallen World Trade Center was erected in 2015 at the the Sequim Civic Center Community Plaza, 152 W. Cedar St. The artifact was retrieved in 2011 by Sequim Police Chief Bill Dickinson, Sgt. Darrell Nelson and Officer Randy Kellas, and was stored by the police department for four years until it was incorporated into the plaza design for the Civic Center. It includes a dedication plaque at the base of the flag poles in the Community Plaza and recognizes each of the three attack sites impacted that day.


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OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Road repairs are planned in the Quinault Valley this month. The Finley Creek Bridge on Quinault North Shore Road will be closed during daylight hours for repairs from Monday through Thursday. Crews will replace wooden decking on the bridge between 6:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. those four days, according to Olympic National Park. North Shore Road will remain open, with alternative access to the upper portion of the road available via South Shore Road. Graves Creek Road repairs will begin Sept. 19. That’s when park crews will begin repairs to several washouts on the Quinault Valley roadway, which sustained damage during last winter’s storm and has been partially closed ever since. During repairs, the road will be closed to all entry — including foot, bicycle

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uring repairs, the road will be closed to all entry — including foot, bicycle and stock access. The project and closure are anticipated to take two weeks, with the road scheduled to reopen in early October. and stock access. The project and closure are anticipated to take two weeks, with the road scheduled to reopen in early October. While Graves Creek Road is closed, there will be no access to the Graves Creek Trailhead. Access to Enchanted Valley will be available only from trailheads on the park’s east side. For information about visiting the park, see www. nps.gov/olym.

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SEQUIM — Training for volunteer reading tutors is planned at Greywolf and Helen Haller elementary schools. Teacher and reading specialist Betsy Smith will hold two training sessions in the library at Helen Haller, 350 W. Fir St. Part one will be Sept. 20 and part two Sept. 27. Both sessions will be from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. Volunteers are asked to attend both sessions. For questions, contact Smith at bsmith@sequim. k12.wa.us. A reading tutor training session also is scheduled for those interested in becoming volunteer reading tutors at Greywolf Elementary from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28.

Library session The session will be in the library at the school at 171 Carlsborg Road in Carlsborg. For questions, contact Krista Chatters, reading specialist teacher, at 360-582-3300. Potential volunteers can fill out online applications for the 2016-17 school year at www.sequim volunteers.hrmplus.net. The online application process requires an email address and provides step-by- step assistance. A current Washington state driver’s license or state ID card is required for a background check. For more information about becoming a registered volunteer, contact Patsene Dashiell, volunteer coordinator, at mdashiell@sequim.k12.wa.us.

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threatening harm to himor herself or others. The person subject to that order would have to surrender guns to police and would not be able to buy, sell or possess other firearms for up to one year. The second panel will be candidates for state representative, Position 2, in the 24th Legislative District, which covers Clallam and Jefferson counties and part of Grays Harbor County. The candidates are incumbent Steve Tharinger, a Sequim Democrat, and John Alger, a Sequim Republican.

PORT ANGELES — The League of Women Voters of Clallam County will sponsor four events featuring candidates and issues appearing on the Nov. 8 general election ballot. The three candidate forums and an educational event on state initiatives are all free and open to the public. Audience members are encouraged to bring their questions for the candidates and speakers representing the “for” and “against” positions for the state initiatives. Each of the three forums Commissioner hopefuls will have two panels. On Tuesday, Oct. 4, another forum will feature First forum candidates for District 2 The first forum will be county commissioner and Thursday, Sept. 29, from for Superior Court judge. 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the The forum will be from Raymond Carver Room of 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the the Port Angeles Library, county commissioners’ 2210 S. Peabody St. meeting room (Room 160) The first panel will be at the Clallam County people speaking “for” and Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth “against” state Initiative St., Port Angeles. 1491: Extreme Risk ProtecCommissioner candition Orders. Such orders dates are Randy Johnson of would allow families and Port Angeles, who filed with law enforcement to petition no party preference, and a court to temporarily sus- Ron Richards, a Port Angepend a person’s access to les Democrat. firearms if evidence docuCandidates for Superior ments that the person is Court judge, Position 2, are Brian Coughenour, who was appointed to the post in 2015, and Dave Neupert, a district court pro tem who retired from Platt Irwin Law Firm in December, both of Port Angeles.

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The third forum, slated from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, in the commissioners’ meeting room at the courthouse, will feature candidates for the 24th Legislative District state Senate seat and candidates for the 6th Congressional District seat. The 6th District includes the North Olympic Peninsula. Rep. Kevin Van de Wege, a Sequim Democrat, and Danille Turissini of Port Ludlow, who filed as an “independent GOP” candidate, are seeking the senate seat. U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, a Gig Harbor Democrat, is challenged by Todd A. Bloom, a Tacoma Republican. At each of these three forums, candidates for other offices who may be present in the audience will be asked to stand and introduce themselves. Time will be allowed at the conclusion of each forum for one-on-one questions with the candidates and initiative representatives.

Video recordings Members of the Clallam County League of Women Voters will video-record each forum, and links to the recordings will be available a few days after each event on the league’s website at www.lwvcla.org. At the league’s fourth and final event, members of the public can drop in between 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17, in the Carver Room of the Port Angeles Library to get “for”

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Diamond Point Road near Gardiner Beach Road, King said. “There were no obvious signs of traumatic death,” King said. “There were no signs of homicidal violence; however, the exact cause of death is still pending.”

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thing were to happen to the pipeline, she said in a phone interview. This would affect not just the Sioux and its rights, but water for farming and consumption for tribes and states downstream. She called the protests at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation “powerful and peaceful.” The Klallam, she said, are very supportive of the Sioux’s missions for peaceful protection of their land, which she said “affects everybody.” The U.S. government’s order to stop construction in the area “gives us hope,” said Charles, although the tribes are waiting to see what the next steps will be. “The education process will continue,” she said, adding that the prayers and thoughts of all the Klallam are with the tribe in North Dakota. Some members of the Lower Elwha delegation have discussed going back to the North Dakota reservation, but there are no concrete plans yet. “We’re hoping for a quick resolution on this,” she said.

NEAR THE STANDING ROCK SIOUX RESERVATION, N.D. — The federal government has stepped into the fight over the Dakota Access oil pipeline, ordering work to stop on one segment of the project in North Dakota and asking the Texas-based company building it to “voluntarily pause” action on a wider span that a Native American tribe says holds sacred artifacts. The government’s order came minutes after a judge on Friday rejected a request by the Standing Rock Sioux to halt construction of the $3.8 billion, four-state pipeline. The tribe, whose cause has drawn thousands to join their protest, has challenged the Army Corps of Engineers’ decision to grant permits for the pipeline at more than 200 water crossings. Tribal leaders allege that the project violates several federal laws and will harm water supplies. The tribe also says ancient sites have been disturbed during construction. The tribe’s chairman, Dave Archambault II, spoke at the state capital in front of several hundred people, some carrying signs that read “Respect Our Water” and “Water Is Sacred.” He called the federal announcement “a beautiful start” and told reporters that the dispute is a long way from over. “A public policy win is a lot stronger than a judicial win,” he said. “Our message is heard.” A joint statement from the Army and the Departments of Justice and the Interior said construction bordering or under Lake Oahe would not go forward and asked the Texas-based pipeline builder, Energy Transfer Partners, to stop work 20 miles to the east and west of the lake while the government reconsiders “any of its previous decisions.”

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ribal leaders allege that the project violates several federal laws and will harm water supplies. The tribe also says ancient sites have been disturbed during construction.

Earlier in the day, thousands of protesters, many from tribes around the country, gathered near the reservation that straddles the North and South Dakota border. “There’s never been a coming together of tribes like this,” according to Judith LeBlanc, a member of the Caddo Nation in Oklahoma and director of the New York-based Native Organizers Alliance. People came from as far as New York and Alaska, some bringing their families and children, and hundreds of tribal flags dotted the camp, along with American flags flown upsidedown in protest. The judge’s order was announced over a loudspeaker there. John Nelson of Portland, Ore. came to the camp to support his grandson, Archambault. The 82-year-old says he was not surprised by the ruling, “but it still hurts.” State authorities announced this week that law enforcement officers from across the state were being mobilized at the protest site. They said some National Guard members will work security at traffic

checkpoints and another 100 would be on standby. The Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association asked the Justice Department to send monitors to the site because it said racial profiling is occurring. Nearly 40 people have been arrested since the protest began in April, including Archambault. A week ago, protesters and construction workers were injured when, according to tribal officials, workers bulldozed sites on private land that the tribe says in court documents are “of great historic and cultural significance.” Energy Transfer Partners denied the allegations. The state’s Private Investigation and Security Board received complaints about the use of dogs and will look into whether the private security teams at the site are properly registered and licensed, board attorney Monte Rogneby said Friday, adding that he would not name the firms. On Thursday, North Dakota’s archaeologist said a piece of private land that was not previously surveyed by the state would be surveyed for artifacts next week. The company plans to complete the pipeline this year, and said in court papers that stopping the project would cost $1.4 billion the first year, mostly due to lost revenue in hauling crude.

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STANDING ROCK SIOUX RESERVATION, N.D. — Members of the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe traveled to North Dakota to support the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s fight to stop the construction of an oil pipeline. Tribal Chairwoman Frances Charles on Aug. 29 addressed the Standing Rock Sioux tribal council to offer the support of Lower Elwha, Jamestown S’Klallam and Port Gamble S’Klallam tribes as part of a delegation of Coast Salish and Washington tribes. They were among representatives of the Yakama Nation, the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, the Lummi Nation, the Puyallup tribe, Nisqually tribe, Suquamish tribe and Hoh tribe who traveled to support the North Dakota tribe. “Our people stand with you,” said Charles in a video posted on YouTube, which can be seen at http://tinyurl. com/PDN-charlesvideo. In speaking to the North Dakota tribe, Charles offered encouragement to carry on the fight to protect lands and sites they believe are important. She recounted the part that her tribe played in the fight for removal of the two dams that once blocked fish passage in the Elwha River, a project that was completed only two years ago. “Don’t ever give up,” Charles said. Her tribe, she said, found strength to fight in their elders and ancestors and “followed their footprints.” She also enjoined the Sioux to “use what you know to work with the outside” to educate others about the importance of the tribal sites and places. Charles said it is important for the tribe to “help them understand the process.” Lake Oahe water could be contaminated if some-

n speaking to the North Dakota tribe, Lower Elwha Klallam Chairwoman Frances Charles offered encouragement to carry on the fight to protect lands and sites they believe are important. She recounted the part that her tribe played in the fight for removal of the two dams that once blocked fish passage in the Elwha River, a project that was

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The statement also said the case “highlighted the need for a serious discussion” about nationwide reforms “with respect to considering tribes’ views on these types of infrastructure projects.” Vicki Granado, a spokeswoman for the company, said it had no comment. The president of the North Dakota Petroleum Council said he was disappointed with the government’s decision to intervene and called it “flagrant overreach” that will result in more oil being moved by trucks and trains. The 1,172-mile project will carry nearly a half-million barrels of crude oil daily from North Dakota’s oil fields through South Dakota and Iowa to an existing pipeline in Patoka, Ill. In denying the tribe’s request for a temporary injunction, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington said that the court “does not lightly countenance any depredation of lands that hold significance” to the tribe and that, given the federal government’s history with the tribe, the court scrutinized the permitting process “with particular care.” Nonetheless, the judge wrote, the tribe “has not demonstrated that an injunction is warranted here.” Attorney Jan Hasselman with the environmental group Earthjustice, who filed the lawsuit on the tribe’s behalf, said earlier this week any such decision would be challenged. “We will have to pursue our options with an appeal and hope that construction isn’t completed while that (appeal) process is going forward,” he said. Tribal historian LaDonna Brave Bull Allard said Boasberg’s ruling gave her “a great amount of grief. My heart is hurting, but we will continue to stand, and we will look for other legal recourses.” A status conference in the tribe’s lawsuit is scheduled for Sept. 16.

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This week’s business meetings • Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce — Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the second-floor meeting room of the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St. This Wednesday’s meeting will feature Jim Haguewood, board of directors, presenting the new chamber of commerce strategic plan. The meeting’s sponsor is Morningside Employment Services. Tickets for that luncheon are $18 if preregistered at www.portangeles.org; at the door, they are $20 for members and $25 for nonmembers and can be purchased from the meeting room cashier. • Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce — Twice-monthly breakfast meetings are held at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at SunLand Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim. This Tuesday’s meeting will feature David Doran, an RN with Clallam County Public Health, on “Making Opioid Overdose a Notifiable Condition in Clallam County.” The meeting’s sponsor is the Olympic Peninsula News Group. Reservations for luncheon at $15 or beverage at $3 are required by noon Monday. Phone 360-683-6197 or email info@ sequimchamber.com to RSVP and for further information. • Forks Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar & Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s gathering will feature United Way. Lunch of $9.75 will include an entree and sides. • Port Angeles Business Association — Breakfast meetings with networking and educational programs are held Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off U.S. Highway 101) in east Port Angeles. This coming Tuesday’s meeting will feature the fifth in a series of debates between local candidates in the Nov. 8 general election. Appearing will be the two men running for 24th District Position 1 state representative: Mike Chapman, a Democrat and four-term Clallam County commissioner, and George Vrable, a Republican and retired firefighter from Port Ludlow. There is a $3 minimum charge by Joshua’s for those at the PABA meeting who do not order breakfast.

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$ Briefly . . . KONP talk guest lineup unveiled PORT ANGELES — Here is this week’s schedule for the 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk show segment on KONP radio, at 1450 AM, 101.7 FM and www.konp.com on the internet outside the Port Angeles area. Station General Manager Todd Ortloff hosts the Monday through Thursday segments. This week’s scheduled lineup: • Monday: D Bellamente and Renee Worthy discuss the upcoming Harvest Benefit Dinner. • Tuesday: Clallam County Fire District No. 2 Chief Mike DeRousie and firefighter Allen Hunt discuss back-to-school safety and motor vehicle accident prevention. Second segment: Port Angeles Police Chief Brian Smith follows up on his discussion from last week concerning social issues and community engagement. • Wednesday: Pam Henderson, Ph.D, author, international speaker, professor and CEO, will be this year’s Clallam County Prayer Breakfast speaker. Second segment: Andy Brastad and Carol Creasey of Clallam County Environmental Health discuss Septic Smart Week, proper septic system care, homeowner education and infrastructure options to improve and sustain communities. • Thursday: Clallam County commissioners.

Warning on Samsungs WASHINGTON — U.S. aviation safety officials took the extraordinary step late Thursday of warning airline passengers not to turn on or charge a new-model Samsung smartphone during flights following numerous reports of the devices catching fire. The Federal Aviation Administration also warned passengers not to put the Galaxy Note 7 phones in their checked bags, citing “recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung” about the devices. It is extremely unusual for the FAA to warn passengers about a specific product. Two weeks ago, Samsung ordered a global recall of the jumbo phones after its investigation of explosion reports found the rechargeable lithium batteries were at fault. In one case, a family in St. Petersburg, Florida, reported a

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AFTER ELSA NEWMYER’S surgery last year went terribly wrong, she was laid up in a hospital bed for months. Dozens of medical bills, some 30 pages long, began piling up. Her husband Larry, who had to manage the payments, was overwhelmed. “The health care bureaucracy is crippling,” said Newmyer, 62, a retired teacher who lives in Washington, D.C. “There are lots of layers to get to the right person. So you end up paying bills just because you’ve run out of energy.” In desperation, she turned to a patient advocacy firm, Patient Navigator, which helps coordinate care, do in-depth clinical research and find

appropriate doctors. A professional there examined Newmyer’s bills, checking for errors, and ultimately negotiated lower payments. The amount saved was at least $10,000, Newmyer said. As patients like Newmyer struggle to cope with the dizzying demands of a trillion-dollar health care system that generates most of its revenues from older people, they are increasingly turning to patient advocates for help. The profession, officially seven years old, now has about 650 advocates, including doctors, and is growing rapidly, according to the Alliance of Professional Health Advocates. Patient advocates are springing up to handle everything from finding doctors for hard-to-diagnose diseases to

negotiating medical payments with hospitals and doctors and pressing insurance companies to cover claims. “Nobody teaches us to be smart patients and advocate for ourselves,” said Trisha Torrey, founder of the health advocates organization. “So people need somebody to hold their hand. We’re boots on the ground.” The rise of this new cottage industry reflects not just the difficulties of navigating a complex health care system, but the unequal power relationships between providers and insurers on one side of the equation, and patients and families on the other, said Lisa McGiffert, director of the Safe Patient Project at Consumers Union. TURN

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Galaxy Note 7 phone left charging in their Jeep caught fire, destroying the vehicle. Australian airline companies were among the first to take measures. Qantas has asked passengers not to switch the Note 7 devices on and not to charge them during flights, its spokeswoman Sharna Rhys-Jones said. Media reports said other Australian airlines took a similar step, including Jetstar Airways and Virgin Australia. Shares of Samsung suffered their second worst day of the year, tumbling 4 percent Friday on the Korea Exchange. Samsung launched the latest version of the Note series in August. The Note series is one of the most expensive lineups released by Samsung, and the devices usually inherit designs and features of the Galaxy S phones that debut in the spring.

BLACKPOOL, England — The woman on the other end of the phone spoke lightheartedly of spring and of her 81st birthday the previous week. “Who did you celebrate with, Beryl?” asked Alison, whose job was to offer a kind ear. “No one, I…” And with that, Beryl’s cheer turned to despair. Her voice began to quaver as she acknowledged that she had been alone at home not just on her birthday, but for days and days. The telephone conversation was the first time she had spoken in more than a week. About 10,000 similar calls come in weekly to an unassuming office building in this seaside town at the northwest reaches of England, which houses The Silver Line Helpline, a 24-hour call center for

older adults seeking to fill a basic need: contact with other people. Loneliness, which Emily Dickinson described as “the Horror not to be surveyed,” is a quiet devastation. But in Britain, it is increasingly being viewed as something more: a serious public health issue deserving of public funds and national attention. Working with local governments and the National Health Service, programs aimed at mitigating loneliness have sprung up in dozens of cities and towns. Even fire brigades have been trained to inspect homes not just for fire safety but for signs of social isolation. “There’s been an explosion of public awareness here, from local authorities to the Department of Health to the media,” said Paul Cann, chief executive of Age UK Oxfordshire and a founder of The Campaign to End Loneliness, a 5-year-old group based in London. “Loneliness has to be everybody’s business.”

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Researchers have found mounting evidence linking loneliness to physical illness and to functional and cognitive decline. As a predictor of early death, loneliness eclipses obesity. “The profound effects of loneliness on health and independence are a critical public health problem,” said Dr. Carla M. Perissinotto, a geriatrician at the University of California, San Francisco. “It is no longer medically or ethically acceptable to ignore older adults who feel lonely and marginalized.” In Britain and the United States, roughly 1 in 3 people older than 65 live alone, and in the United States, half of those older than 85 live alone. Studies in both countries show the prevalence of loneliness among people older than 60 ranging from 10 percent to 46 percent. While the public, private and volunteer sectors in Britain are mobilizing to address loneliness, researchers are deepening their understanding of its biological underpinnings. In a paper published earlier this year in the journal Cell, neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology identified a region of the brain they believe generates feelings of loneliness. The region, known as the dorsal raphe nucleus, or DRN, is best known for its link to depression. Kay M. Tye and her colleagues found that when mice were housed together, dopamine neurons in the DRN were relatively inactive. But after the mice were isolated for a short period, the activity in those neurons surged when those mice were reunited with other mice. “This is the first time we’ve found a cellular substrate for this experience,” said Dr. Tye, an assistant professor at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT and a senior author of the paper. TURN

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CONTINUED FROM A10 information, among other tasks. Schuler Russell, a former Moreover, despite efforts to rein in costs, the system is foreign service officer, taught still driven by a pay-for-ser- herself to navigate the medivice model, which encour- cal system when her daughages excessive procedures ter was diagnosed with an and inflates prices, she inoperable brain tumor. “There’s no guidebook or added. “We’ve been sold a false lifeline,” she said. In the case of Newmyer, model, like having too much Patient Navigator’s advoimaging,” McGiffert said. Finding an effective cates also helped her find a patient advocate isn’t easy. doctor at the Cleveland Currently, there is no certifi- Clinic to handle a rare illness cation, and anyone can qual- that threatened her life as well as a good local gastroinify. Courses are being offered testinal doctor and nutritionat over 30 universities and ist. They even attended intercolleges, but there are no nist appointments with her. “Patients can focus on common guidelines. As a starting point, Torrey their own healing,” Schuler said, patients should ask Russell said. “We save them potential advocates whether stress, time and money.” For people with chronic they have handled similar illnesses, advocates can be cases. helpful. McGiffert agreed, sug- particularly gesting that patients should McGiffert said. Another reaask for referrals from at least son to hire outside help is three previous clients. She when you are being presalso encouraged choosing sured by insurance coverage. “But if you have a good someone without a stake in health plan, you might not the system. “A patient advocate hired need one,” she said. With digital processing of by a hospital or health plan probably won’t be the best medical bills, it is now possible to have them analyzed person,” she said. Advocates can be costly, online. Using crowdsourced which makes selecting a data, the patient advocacy good professional even more site Copatient lets consumimportant. The hourly rate ers upload their bills for ranges from $100 to $450, review, get a free report, and especially as more doctors then opt to use an advocate come into the field and more to negotiate savings. Coparesearch is required to deter- tient receives a share of the mine the value of emerging savings. More than 20,000 patients treatments. “Specialty illnesses take have registered for Copasome real digging,” said Elis- tient, which began three abeth Schuler Russell, years ago. “Many consumers aren’t founder and president of aware that you can negotiate Patient Navigator. The firm, which charges bills,” said Rebecca Palm, co$150 an hour, scours aca- founder of Copatient. “So we demic literature and reviews do a lot of work to educate drug trials to uncover more the market.”

CONTINUED FROM A10 executive of The Silver Line, said she was surprised by “And we saw the change the explosion of calls shortly after 24 hours of isolation.” after the service began John T. Cacioppo, a pro- operating nearly three fessor of psychology at the years ago. University of Chicago and The Blackpool call cendirector of the university’s ter now receives some 1,500 Center for Cognitive and calls a day. Andrews said she was Social Neuroscience, has been studying loneliness most concerned not about since the 1990s. He said those who called The Silver loneliness is an aversive Line, but those who were signal much like thirst, too depressed by their isolation to pick up the phone. hunger or pain. “We need to raise aware“Denying you feel lonely makes no more sense than ness with the people who denying you feel hunger,” he are the hardest to reach,” said. Yet the very word she said. Cacioppo lauds efforts “lonely” carries a negative connotation, Cacioppo said, like The Silver Line, yet he signaling social weakness, warns that the problem of or an inability to stand on loneliness is nuanced and the solutions not as obvious one’s own. The unspoken stigma of as they might seem. That is, a call-in line can loneliness is amply evident during calls to The Silver help reduce feelings of loneLine. Most people call ask- liness temporarily, but is ing for advice on, say, roast- not likely to reduce levels of ing a turkey. Many call chronic loneliness. more than once a day. One In his research, Cacioppo woman rings every hour to has shown that loneliness ask the time. Only rarely affects several key bodily will someone speak frankly functions, at least in part about loneliness. through overstimulation of Yet the impulse to call in the body’s stress response. to services like The Silver Chronic loneliness, his Line is a healthy one, work has shown, is associated with increased levels Cacioppo said. Sophie Andrews, chief of cortisol, a major stress

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tine daily activities, and death during six years of follow-up. The association of loneliness with mortality remained significant even after adjusting for age, economic status, depression and other common health problems. Perissinotto is also interested in examining the link between loneliness and suicidal thoughts, as there has been little research in that area. She hopes to study The Friendship Line, a 24-hour, toll-free, loneliness call-in line run by the Institute on Aging in San Francisco that is also a suicide prevention hotline. Although plenty of research into loneliness takes place in the United States, Britain remains well ahead in addressing the problem. “In the U.S., there isn’t much recognition in terms of public health initiatives or the average person recognizing that loneliness has to do with health,” said Julianne Holt-Lunstad, a professor of psychology at Brigham Young University, whose studies also link loneliness to deteriorating health.

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EARLY EVERYTHING YOU have been told about the food you eat and the exercise you do and their effects on your health should be met with a raised eyebrow. Dozens of studies are publicized every week. But those studies hardly slake people’s thirst for answers to questions about how to eat or how much to exercise. Does exercise help you maintain your memory? What kind? Walking? Intense exercise? Does eating carbohydrates make you fat? Can you prevent breast cancer by exercising when you are young? Do vegetables protect you from heart disease? The problem is one of signal to noise. You can’t discern the signal — a lower risk of dementia, or a longer life, or less obesity, or less cancer — because the noise, the enormous uncertainty in the measurement of such things as how much you exercise or what exactly you eat, is overwhelming. The signal is often weak, meaning if there is an effect of lifestyle it is minuscule, nothing like the link between smoking and lung cancer, for example. And there is no gold standard of measurement, nothing that everyone agrees on and uses to measure aspects of lifestyle. The result is a large body of studies whose conclusions are not reproducible. “We don’t know how to measure diet or exercise,” said Dr. Barnett Kramer, director of the National Cancer Institute’s division of disease prevention. His division is working on ways to sort out inconsistencies in research used to generate health advice, hoping to improve what has become a real mess: “You can ask people how many times a week or how many times a month they eat bread or berries or ask them to keep a diary of what they ate in the last 24 hours.” But, he said, it should be no surprise that people misremember or give researchers an answer they think makes them sound good. “I can’t remember what meals I ate a week ago,” Kramer said. “Now ask me what meals I had as an adolescent, or how much I exercised.” David Allison, director of the nutrition obesity research center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, said the same problems plague obesity research, with only two things known with certainty. All other things being equal, if you eat more calories, you will gain weight. And all other things being equal, if you exercise enough, you will lose a small amount of weight. Adding to the confusion is a cacophony of poorly designed research, the tendency for different researchers studying the same effect to use different measurements and report outcomes differently, and researchers’ tendency to selectively report positive or

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“interesting” results. The result is what Kramer calls whipsaw literature. “One week drinking coffee is good for you, and the next week it is lethal,” he said. The situation is so bad that what gets published tends to be what the scientists believe ahead of time, said Dr. John Ioannidis, a professor of medicine and of health research and policy at Stanford University’s medical school. “There are so many nutrients and so many diets,” he said. “So many outcomes — heart disease, cancer, stroke. What kind of data do you collect? A follow-up at two months, six months, two years, 10 years? You end up having millions of choices.” And the scientists get to pick the one they want. “I can get you any result you want in any observational data set,” he said. There have been rigorous lifestyle studies, but they are few and far between. A large diet study in Spain found that a Mediterranean diet, with fruits, vegetables, fish and olive oil or nuts, decreased the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Two large federal studies looked at a high-fiber diet but failed to find evidence it protects against colon cancer. Then there are the seemingly contradictory but well-done studies. One large federal study found that — contrary to all assumptions — diet and weight loss did not prevent heart attacks

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and strokes in people with Type 2 diabetes. Another large federal study found that people at risk for Type 2 diabetes could stave it off by losing a modest amount of weight and exercising. A few years ago, two researchers decided to ask just how crazy the cancer and diet literature was. They began with a cookbook, “The Boston Cooking-School Cookbook,” and randomly selected recipes, listing the ingredients, until they had 50 distinct ingredients. Then they did a literature search asking if those ingredients were associated with cancer. Four out of five were linked to cancer, the researchers reported, either increasing or decreasing the risk. Often the same ingredient that increased risk in one study decreased it in another. Those ingredients not associated with cancer risk tended to be odd, like terrapin, and had not been studied by nutrition researchers. But when the authors, Dr. Jonathan Schoenfeld, a radiation oncologist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Ioannidis, looked at meta-analyses of the ingredients, which combined data from all the studies, the effects generally went away. They titled their paper, “Is everything we eat associated with cancer?” That study is no surprise to a group that puts together an authoritative guide, the Physicians Data Query, for the National Cancer Institute.

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The group’s screening and prevention board wants to make some sort of statement about whether diet affects cancer risk. But the studies are just so unreliable that it is hard to draw conclusions. The board’s feelings about whether diet has any link to cancer “are pretty consistently negative,” said Dr. Donald Berry, a biostatistician at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, who is a member of the board. “Were I to write a paper on the subject, I might use this variant of their title: ‘Is anything we eat associated with cancer?’ ” Berry said. “And my answer would be ‘No. The preponderance of the evidence is either negative or unreliable and subject to false-positive conclusions.’ ” Some medical experts say the problems with lifestyle studies are so overwhelming — and the chance of finding anything reproducible and meaningful so small — that it might be best to just give up on those questions altogether. “They may not be worth studying,” said Dr. Vinay Prasad, a cancer researcher at Oregon Health and Science University. “People want certainty, but boy, we have no good answers.” As for Kramer, he has not given up on rigorous research. What is needed at this point, he said, is a little more humility among researchers in interpreting and reporting the implications of their own evidence.

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“The cement form business back in the ’70s. I was lifting concrete all day long, making birdbaths, garden steps and tire stops. The lye would eat at my hands. They’d become cracked and bleeding.”

“Sweeping the parking lot at a shopping mall by hand in Texas. I liked the heat, as I was raised in the area. I was pushing a broom for hours. To me, it was an adventure.”

“An ice-cream store. We made chocolate malteds, and I’d always poke a hole in the cup and spill all over the floor.”

“Working at a cannery in Westport, Wash. I was young. It had early hours and long days. I was at a moving belt sorting shrimp. The brine and the bleach were bad. And being on your feet all day. Boring.”

“I didn’t like being a house mover. It was hard work lifting boxes and furniture. But the worst part was being on the road a lot and not always in contact with my wife, Lisa, the love of my life.”

“Working at an ice-cream place. Made ice-cream cones, shakes and sundaes. I felt it was horrible. It was cold, and standing on the cement floors. I’ll never do that again. Can’t even remember its name.”

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Clinton supporter Don’t sit out this presidential election. If you don’t vote, you have no right to complain about the government. Most of the elections I have voted in, I was not able to vote in favor of any candidate. I had to vote for the lesser evil. That is just the way of our democracy. This election is not a game. The U.S. is the most powerful nation on Earth. Governance is a complicated process that takes a lifetime of dedication to learn. Effective management of our government is critical, not just for us but for all the people on this planet. You may not trust Clinton, but a Trump presidency would be a disaster. His campaign has been marked by lies and flip-flops as he stirs up fear and anger without offering solutions. We have no idea where he stands, and his business acumen – marked by numerous bankruptcies and lawsuits documented in recent biographies – doesn’t translate to political effectiveness. Clinton has a long, consistent history of public service. We know what she is passionate about. She is respected by leaders worldwide for her efforts. Accusations about her are mostly the result of a long history of Republican witch-hunting. Trump supporters will vote. If you sit this one out, we

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competent jurists: Dave Larson, Greg Zempel and David DeWolf. Martha McKeeth Ireland, Sequim Ireland is a former Clallam County Commissioner, 1996-99.

Trump’s tax return I have seen a suggestion that I think is very good and that should be much more widely known. It is that Donald Trump release just the first three pages of his return. This would include his total income, how much he paid in taxes, and how much he gave to charity. It would not include any details about his businesses. Since I don’t trust Mr. Trump’s honesty, I hope he will allow the IRS to verify the information he gives us. Bill Marsh, Port Angeles

Discerning profanity Although lawyers may find it difficult, most people lenge them in a democratic The budget has been could end up with an irratio- changing the status quo in have no trouble discerning nal, incompetent and danelection. ignored until the closing Olympia. profanity. gerous president. Nothing will improve if days of the regular session. As she noted, “It has A textbook I read in EngYou may not agree with we rehire, recycle and proSpecial sessions, which been four years since the lish 101 stated that the use Clinton’s ideology, but she is [school funding] decision used to be rare, have become mote the same failed leader- of profanity “adds power” to reasonably moderate, and ship. standard. Even after three was handed down, and our the statement. she is the only valid candiFortunately, we voters special sessions in a single state Legislature still has What I prefer is wisdom I date for the office of presican elect people who will not adequately complied …” year, the legislators did learned as a pre-teenager dent of the United States. focus on fixing the state’s fis- from my mother more than nothing more than kick the Jay Inslee, governor Roger Slagle, those four years, has not cal issues, not partisan can down the road, collect 65 years ago. Sequim once proposed a budget that overtime pay and congratu- agendas: Bill Bryant for govShe told me that the use ernor, Danille Turissini for late themselves. appropriately addressed of profanity only indicates a Change status quo school funding, or even a 24th District senator, John Meanwhile, the state lack of vocabulary by the Alger for 24th District repre- individual trying to commubudget his own party would Supreme Court has ruled I want to thank Demosentative, Position 2. with arrogance and illogic consider. nicate. cratic National Convention As for state Supreme time and again. Now three Not once in those four Thanks, Mom! delegate Linda Sutton for incumbent justices whine at Court justices, instead of reEverett Howe, her Aug. 30 letter making a years has the Legislature completed its duties on time. having qualified people chal- electing politicians, elect Port Angeles compelling argument for

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Prep Football Week 2

Montesano runs past Sequim Wolves no match for 1A powerhouse Bulldogs BY MICHAEL CARMAN PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

SEQUIM — Led by seven touchdowns from junior running back Carson Klinger, Montesano rolled up more than 700 yards of total offense in a 66-34 thumping of Sequim. Klinger carved up large swaths of Dungeness Valley

real estate, rushing 20 times for 226 yards and five TDs, catching a 34-yard TD reception and returning a kickoff 90 yards for another score in Friday’s game. “[Number] 31 is a stud,” Sequim coach Erik Wiker said. “They utilized him very well and he responded.” Wiker, whose team has

faced other established 1A programs like Meridian and Cascade Christian in nonleague games over the years, doesn’t put much stock into the size of a school. “When you’re good [at the 1A or 2A level] you’re good,” Wiker said. “They have a very good program, they are coached very well and they executed at a very high level. “When you have good guys executing a good game plan it usually goes pretty good.”

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Sequim’s Gavin Velarde, center, runs past Montesano’s Teegan Zillyett, left, and Ben Sowers for a 92-yard touchdown on the opening kickoff.

And the Bulldogs, a traditional Class 1A powerhouse that reached the state semifinals last season, showed Sequim just how tough they can be. But the game didn’t start out in Montesano’s favor. Gavin Velarde took the opening kickoff 92 yards for a Wolves’ touchdown, slaloming through the Bulldogs’ defense for the score. Sequim added two other kickoff return touchdowns later in the game, a 72-yard return by Kyler Rollness and an 85-yard bring back by Curtis Gorr. Montesano answered with a six-play, 80-yard drive, capped by a 1-yard Klinger TD run. Velarde bailed Sequim out on the next Bulldogs’ offensive possession, doing his best Michael Jordan impression to sky for an interception inside the Wolves’ 5-yard line. Later in the first quarter the Wolves recovered a Montesano fumble, but couldn’t convert either of those big plays into points. Klinger added his second TD, a 13-yard run, with 1:09 left in the opening quarter. Sequim answered back with a 13-play, 68-yard drive keyed by a 14-yard Cowan scramble on 4thand-13 at the Bulldogs’ 30-yard line.

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Sequim’s Riley Cowan, front, attempts to elude Montesano’s Kai Olson for a short gain during the Wolves’ 66-34 loss to the Bulldogs. Keeshawn Whitney then scored the Wolves’ lone offensive touchdown of the game, a three-yard plunge to pull within 14-13 with 8:35 until halftime. That’s as close as Sequim would get. Klinger returned the ensuing kickoff 90 yards for a score and a 21-13 lead. Cowan threw his second interception inside the Bulldogs’ 10-yard line on the Wolves’ next possession. Montesano added touch-

downs on a 20-yard scamper by quarterback Trevor Ridgway, a 34-yard touchdown pass to Klinger and a 16-yard pass that was deflected in the end zone and caught by Nick Chapman as the first half horn sounded. All told, the Bulldogs put together a 27-0 run to close out the second quarter. “We were hanging with them for awhile,” Wiker said. TURN

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Lummi holds off Red Devils again Similar to 2015 semifinal between the two teams BY MICHAEL CARMAN PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

NEAH BAY — The topranked Blackhawks got the best of the Red Devils 36-30, winning by the same margin as last season’s Class 1B state semifinal, a 26-20 Neah Bay loss. This nonleague game between Northwest Football League rivals started in much the same fashion as that Tacoma Dome classic. Lummi built an early first-half lead before with-

standing a Red Devils’ comeback after the break. Trazil Lane opened the scoring for the Blackhawks with a 70-yard TD reception from Free Borsey. Borsey then ran in from 22-yards out for another score and a 16-0 lead. Cameron Buzzell hauled in a 39-yard TD pass from Rwehabura Munyagi Jr to get Neah Bay on the board with 7:08 to go in the second quarter. But Free Borsey found his twin brother Raven for a 63-yard scoring strike and a

24-6 Lummi lead at halftime. Touchdowns by Phillip Greene (1-yard run) and a 52-yard gallop by Munyagi helped Neah Bay pull within 30-22 late in the third period. But Lane had an answer, running the eventual gamewinning score in from 50-yards out with 8:56 to play. Cole Svec found Munyagi on a halfback pass with just over 7 minutes to go to pull the Red Devils back within a score. Neah Bay’s Chris Tageant recovered a Free Borsey fumble with 5 minutes left and the Red Devils drove inside the Blackhawks’ red zone before

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Neah Bay’s Rwehabura Munyagi (10) avoids Lummi’s Raven Borsey (13) Also in on the action are from left, Caleb Revey (21) Phillip Greene (12) Kenrick Doherty Jr. (1) and Elder Roberts (20).

turning the ball over on downs with 2:01 remaining. Lummi picked up a big third-down conversion and were able to run out the clock. The two teams will play at Lummi in a league game Friday, Oct. 28, and if things go as expected, again in another 1B semifinal at the Tacoma Dome in late November. Neah Bay (1-1) visits Seattle Lutheran (0-1) for a game at West Seattle Stadium at 6 p.m. Friday. Lummi 36, Neah Bay 30 Lummi 8 16 6 6— 36 Neah Bay 0 6 16 8— 30 First Quarter L— Lane 70 pass from F. Borsey (two-point good) Second Quarter L— F. Borsey 22 run (R. Borsey run) NB— Buzzell 39 pass from Munyagi (pass failed) L— R. Borsey 63 pass from F. Borsey (R. Borsey run) Third Quarter NB— P. Greene 1 run (P. Greene pass from Munyagi) L— F. Borsey 43 run (run failed) NB— Munyagi 52 run (P. Greene pass from Munyagi) Fourth Quarter L— Lane 50 run (pass failed) NB— Munyagi 46 pass from Svec (Doherty pass from Munyagi) Individual Stats Rushing—L: R. Borsey 15-109, F. Borsey 17-78, Lane 2-45, Lawrence 1-5; NB: Svec 25-97, P. Greene 12-62, Munyagi 8-59. Passing—L: F. Borsey 10-17-0, 249, 2 TDs, Lawrence 1-3-0, 8; NB: Munyagi 5-16-1, 60; Svec 1-1-0, 46, TD. Receiving—L: Lane 3-92, R. Borsey 7-62, Lawrence 1-3; NB:

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Clallam Bay’s Clayton Willis (30) stiff arms Tulalip Heritage’s Nate Hatch (22) during the Bruins’ 26-24 victory. Munyagi 1-46, Buzzell 2-42, P. Greene 2-15, Doherty 1-3.

Clallam Bay 26, Tulalip 24

CLALLAM BAY — The Bruins snuffed out a twopoint extra-point attempt with no time on the clock to seal a six-man victory against the Hawks. With Clallam Bay and Tulalip light on numbers, the two teams played a sixman game on a field 80-yards long by 40-yards wide. “I thought it was going to be a little more wide open than it was, scoring-wise, but the field is more narrow so I think that played a difference,” Bruins coach Cal

Ritter said. “It was a little more difficult to get around to the outside, they had some big defensive ends and we had to make some adjustments.” The Hawks took an early 12-0 lead before Ritter brought some receivers up on the line to block in a more traditional running attack. “We played some oldschool, smash-mouth football,” Ritter said. Clallam Bay claimed the momentum after being pinned at its own 1-yard line after a 59-yard Tulalip punt. “The game changing TURN

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Hawks host rookie coach in opener BY TIM BOOTH

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SEATTLE — Adam Gase knows he gets a bit of an advantage as the new coach with a new team and no lengthy background on what he might try to pull in his first game in charge of the Miami Dolphins. Gase is also well aware the Seattle Seahawks have tape on what he’s tried to do in the past as an offensive coordinator, including one memorable Super Bowl

while G a s e was in D e n v e r. “I think a lot of Next Game us felt like we Today w e r e vs. Dolphins rolling at at Seattle t h a t Time: 1 p.m. t i m e . On TV: Ch. 7 Really, it was as close to a shutout as you can get. We got one [touchdown] late,”

Gase said recalling Seattle’s 43-8 blowout of Denver nearly three years ago. “You have to do a lot of soul searching at that point and re-evaluate what you were doing and what went wrong and how you could’ve changed things.” Gase makes his debut as coach of the Dolphins today, facing a major challenge traveling to Seattle to take on one of the favorites in the NFC. The baseline in Seattle has now become 10 wins

and a playoff appearance under Pete Carroll. And those expectations are no different entering a season where the Seahawks believe the swagger that led them to a Super Bowl title is back.

Wilson’s team now While Seattle’s defense returns all of its elite talent, there is a different feel about the offense this year. TURN

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Monday Girls Volleyball: Port Angeles C Squad at Clallam Bay, 5 p.m. Boys Tennis: Sequim at Coupeville, 4 p.m.; Olympic at Port Angeles, 4 p.m.

Tuesday Boys Tennis: Chimacum at Bremerton, 4 p.m. Volleyball: Crescent at Forks, 7 p.m.; Port Townsend at Port Angeles, 6:15 p.m.; Chimacum at Coupeville, 6:15 p.m.; Neah Bay at Evergreen Lutheran, 5:30 p.m.; Olympic at Sequim, 6:15 p.m. Girls Soccer: Port Townsend at Port Angeles, 6:45 p.m.; Chimacum at Coupeville, 6:45 p.m.; Olympic at Sequim, 6:45 p.m.

Area Sports Bowling LAUREL LANES Tuesday, Sept. 6 Men’s high game: Ron Mangano, 177; men’s high series: Ron Mangano, 456. Women’s high game: Barb Ross, 166; women’s high series: Barb Ross, 481. Mixed Up Mixed Men’s high game: Jamie Watson, 233; men’s high series: Jamie Watson, 614. Women’s high game: Leimoni Jones, 210; women’s high series: Vahl Burkett, 531.

Golf PENINSULA GOLF CLUB Wednesday, Aug. 31 Merchants League — Week 22 Team Points 1. Fryer & Sons 275.5 2. Suppyworks 266 3. Rudy’s Automotive 260.5 4. LaBelle’s Creperie 244 5. Dream Team 238.5 6. Triggs Dental Lab No. 1 233.5 7. Misfits 224 8. Olympic Sewer & Drain 224 9. Glass Services 219.5 10. Elwood Allstate 196 11. The Warmhouse 180 12. John L. Scott Real Estate 178.5 13. Briten’s Yard Care 176 14. APS Electrical 167 15. DeFrang Services 150 16. D&K Painting 137 17. Lakeside Industries 109.5 18. Triggs Dental Lab No. 2 91.5 19. Joshua’s 78.5 Division One (0 to 7 handicap) Gross: Rick Hoover, 35; Tim Lusk, 35; Jim Jones, Jr., 36; Paul Reed, 37; Terry McDonald, 37. Net: Ken Fisher, 34; Kurt Anderson, 34; Tom Baerman, 34; Rick Larson, 35; James Root, 36; Brian Shirley, 36; Ron Jones, 37; Ron Hurn, 37. Division Two (8 to 11 handicap) Gross: Ward Dunscomb, 40; Sherry Henderson, 42; Joe Gentry, 45; Dave Mittelstadt, 45. Net: Chad Williams, 33; Rochelle Hoffman, 36; Fred DeFrang, 35; Dave Cameron, 37; Mike Anderson, 37; Milt Johnston, 37; Tommy Mathews, 37. Division Three (12 and up handicap) Gross: Sue Barber, 43; Rod Shanks, 43;Debbie L. Jones, 47;Mike Rogers, 47; Jacob Tweter, 48. Net: Dominique Mathews, 30; Sindie Sheeler, 33; Zack Slota, 34;Mike Rutten, 34; Sean Rose, 35; Harry Thompson, 35. Ladies Club Best 9 Holes Net: Sue Barber, 27.5; Sherry Henderson, 29.5; Cindy Schlaffman, 30.5; Barb Thompson, 31.5; Chris Anderson, 31.5. Tuesday, Aug. 30 Men’s Club Sub Par One Hole Each Nine Gross: Mark Mitrovich, 63; Gary Thorne, 64; Kerry Perkins, 70; Jan Hardin, 70. Net: Lyle Andrus, 58; Gordon Thomson, 59; Jeff Colvin, 60; Bob Woodward, 63; Craig Jacobs, 63. Team gross: Gary Thorne and Mark Mitrovich, 59; Kerry Perkins and Jan Hardin, 66; Jim Cole and Jan Hardin, 67. Team net: Gordon Thomson and David Boerigter, 54; Tom Lowe and Joe Tweter, 57; Gordon Thomson and Robert Whitney, 57; Buddy Fraser and Larry Aillaud, 59; Bob Brodhun and Jeff Colvin, 59; Bob Dutrow and Craig Jacobs, 59; Gene Middleton and David Boerigter, 59; Lyle Andrus and Herb Renner, 59. SUNLAND GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB Thursday SWGA Mixer with Niners First: Team 1B — Judy Flanders, Patricia Palmeri, Eileen Larsen, and Helga McGhee, 38; Second: Team 6A — Susan Elvert Alice Myers, Linda Fortney (with blind draw), 38; Third: Team, 3A — Bobbie Piety Nancy Harlan, Nonie Dunphy, and Nancy Martin, 40. Men’s Niners Low Net Net: Ray Aldridge, 35; Jim Elvert, 36; Joe Hart, 36. Wednesday Men’s Club Any 9 Holes White Tees Flight Gross: Andy Cordeiro, 31. Net: Gary Hester, 26. Golf Tees Flight Gross: Jay Tomlin, 32; John Sims, 34; Bill Dickin, 34. Net: Mike Main, 24; Bruce Mullikin, 26.5; Jim Hanley, 26.5; Ken Orth, 26.5. Tuesday Couples Two Best Net Balls of Foursome Net: David Bates and Judy Flanders and Dan Flynn and Gail Savage, 122; Ray Aldrich and Nonie Dunphy and Russ McClelland and Cecil Black, 126; Bill and Pennie Dickin and Jim and Jane Ratliff, 127. Closest to pin No. 15: Gail Savage, 49 ft; Jim Ratliff, 47 ft. 2in.

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Friday’s Scores Adna 36, Toutle Lake 0 Almira/Coulee-Hartline 48, Columbia (Hunters) Archbishop Murphy 59, Blanchet 0 Asotin 46, Colfax 16 Auburn Riverside 55, Kent Meridian 0

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A sprint boat driven by pilot Jason Gallagher and navigator Troy Shep takes flight and tumbles after leaving the course during Saturday’s races at Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles. The pair was unhurt. For race results, visit asbracing.com. Battle Ground 38, Tualatin, Ore. 7 Bellarmine Prep 34, Lakes 7 Bellingham 21, Shorewood 17 Blaine 45, Meridian 35 Bonney Lake 36, Timberline 33 Bothell 34, Kentwood 12 Burlington-Edison 28, Mount Vernon 7 Camas 49, Sherwood, Ore. 7 Capital 42, Black Hills 28 Cascade Christian 28, Lynden Christian 19 Castle Rock 32, Washougal 19 Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 34, Vashon Island 24 Cedarcrest 31, Mountlake Terrace 13 Central Valley 43, Lake City, Idaho 0 Chewelah 20, Riverside 0 Chiawana 42, West Valley (Yakima) 20 Chimacum 21,South Whidbey 6 Clallam Bay 26, Tulalip 24 Cle Elum/Roslyn 50, Wahluke 37 Colton 76, Tekoa/Rosalia 12 Colton, Ore. 46, Winlock 21 Columbia (White Salmon) 54, Elma 49 Concrete 28, Darrington 12 Connell 41, Chelan 12 Cusick 72, Pateros 12 Davenport 34, Kettle Falls 20 Davis 20, Pasco 2 DeSales 28, McLoughlin, Ore. 27 Eastlake 24, Sedro-Woolley 21 Eatonville 51, Highline 6 Ellensburg 62, Grandview 0 Emerald Ridge 35, Puyallup 28 Everett 28, Cascade (Everett) 0 Ferndale 27, Lynden 20 Fife 31, Washington 7 Foster 48, Evergreen (Seattle) 0 Franklin Pierce 63, Foss 27 Freeman 41, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 0 Gig Harbor 43, Spanaway Lake 7 Glacier Peak 40, Snohomish 21 Goldendale 48, College Place 12 Graham-Kapowsin 27, Curtis 21 Granger 41, White Swan 12 Hanford 42, Moses Lake 29 Heritage 9, Evergreen (Vancouver) 0 Hoquiam 35, Aberdeen 7 Hudson’s Bay 44, Rochester 8 Interlake 40, Sammamish 7 Jackson 28, Eisenhower 23 Joseph, Ore. 70, Republic 32 Kamiakin 42, Lewis and Clark 0 Kelso 41, R.A. Long 0 Kennedy 28, Seattle Prep 25 King’s 35, Lakeside (Seattle) 28 King’s Way Christian School 42, Forks 28 Kittitas 36, Highland 0 Klahowya 28, North Mason 6 La Center 41, Woodland 6 La Salle 37, Kiona-Benton 14 LaConner 53, Coupeville 6 Lake Roosevelt 40, Manson 14 Lake Stevens 42, Arlington 7 Lake Washington 31, Inglemoor 21 Lakeland, Idaho 20, East Valley (Spokane) 14 Liberty 28, Mercer Island 7 Liberty (Spangle) 53, Reardan 6 Lincoln 41, Auburn Mountainview 34 Lincoln, Ore. 40, Issaquah 17 Lindbergh 30, White River 14 Lummi 36, Neah Bay 30 Lynnwood 20, Marysville-Pilchuck 3 Mabton 27, Warden 22 Mar Vista, Calif. 33, Decatur 7 Mariner 34, Marysville-Getchell 27 Monroe 19, Mount Si 7 Montesano 66, Sequim 34 Mount Tahoma 42, Charles Wright Academy 0 Naches Valley 25, River View 0 Napavine 48, Kalama 6 Naselle 36, Rainier Christian 14 Nathan Hale 48, Chief Sealth 6 Nooksack Valley 46, Granite Falls 21 North Beach 14, Life Christian Academy 13 North Kitsap 34, Central Kitsap 13 Northwest Christian (Colbert) 42, Springdale 6 O’Dea 45, Shelton 6 Odessa-Harrington 94, Northport 6 Okanogan 19, Newport 13 Olympic 19, Bainbridge 7 Onalaska 38, Mossyrock 6 Othello 55, East Valley (Yakima) 21

Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 32, Morton/White Pass 6 Peninsula 27, Stadium 19 Post Falls, Idaho 49, University 7 Priest River, Idaho 57, Medical Lake 10 Prosser 62, Toppenish 28 Pullman 34, Rogers (Spokane) 22 Quilcene 58, Oakville 12 Quincy 48, Wapato 15 Rainier 49, Raymond 21 Rainier Beach 39, Hazen 9 Ralston Valley, Colo. 34, Ferris 14 Redmond 30, Meadowdale 0 Renton 48, Clover Park 6 Richland 40, Wenatchee 12 River Ridge 47, Steilacoom 27 Royal 40, Zillah 7 Sandpoint, Idaho 28, Mt. Spokane 27 Selah 48, Ephrata 0 Shadle Park 35, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 20 Shorecrest 21, Kingston 7 Skyline 26, Gonzaga Prep 23, 3OT South Bend 52, Chief Leschi 20 Squalicum 49, Sehome 0 St. Maries, Idaho 46, Deer Park 0 Stanfield, Ore. 43, Cascade (Leavenworth) 20 Stanwood 36, Newport 32 Stevenson 42, Corbett, Ore. 20 Sultan 46, Cashmere 7 Sumner 56, South Kitsap 15 Sunnyside 35, Southridge 13 Sunnyside Christian 72, Yakama Tribal 6 The Dalles, Ore. 28, Fort Vancouver 14 Toledo 42, Ilwaco 13 Touchet 44, Inchelium 22 Tri-Cities Prep 50, Lyle-Klickitat-Wishram 14 Tumwater 49, Columbia River 0 Union 43, Mountain View 18 W. F. West 28, Ridgefield 7 Wahkiakum 40, Ocosta 0 Wellpinit 58, St. John-Endicott/Lacrosse 20 West Seattle 43, Ingraham 7 West Valley (Spokane) 45, Colville 18 Wilson 41, Bremerton 12 Woodinville 31, Edmonds-Woodway 0 Yelm 34, Thomas Jefferson 13

Baseball Editors Note: The Associated Press did not transmit a copy of Saturday’s Mariners’ box score.

Mariners 3, Athletics 2 Friday’s Game Oakland ab r hbi ab r hbi Aoki lf 4 1 1 1 Wendle 2b 4021 Gamel rf 0 0 0 0 Semien ss 4000 S.Smith rf 3 0 1 0 Vogt dh 4000 Heredia ph-rf-lf 1 0 0 0K.Davis lf 4 000 Cano 2b 3 1 1 0 Alonso 1b 4010 N.Cruz dh 4 0 1 1 Healy 3b 4000 K.Sager 3b 4 0 0 0 Muncy rf 3110 Lind 1b 3 0 1 0 Smlnski cf 3100 L.Mrtin cf 4 0 0 0 Maxwell c 3031 Zunino c 31 11 K.Marte ss 4 0 0 0 Totals 33 3 6 3 Totals 33 2 7 2 Seattle 101 000100—3 Oakland 000 010100—2 DP—Seattle 1, Oakland 1. LOB—Seattle 6, Oakland 5. 2B—N.Cruz (22), Lind (15), Maxwell (4). HR—Aoki (2), Zunino (10). Seattle

IP H R ER BB Seattle Iwakuma W,15-11 6 2-3 7 2 2 Altavilla H,1 1-3 0 0 0 0 Cishek H,4 1 0 0 0 0 Diaz S,14-15 1 0 0 0 0 Oakland Mengden L,1-7 5 5 2 2 2 Coulombe 2 1 1 1 0 Doolittle 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Axford Umpires—Home, Angel Hernandez; Ted Barrett; Second, Will Little; Third, Barksdale. T—2:59. A—19,385 (37,090).

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W Texas Houston Seattle Los Angeles Oakland

L Pct GB 84 58 .592 — 74 67 .525 9½ 73 68 .518 10½ 62 78 .443 21 60 80 .429 23 East Division W L Pct GB Boston 79 61 .564 — Toronto 77 63 .550 2 Baltimore 76 64 .543 3 New York 75 65 .536 4 Tampa Bay 59 81 .421 20 Central Division W L Pct GB Cleveland 82 58 .586 — Detroit 76 64 .543 6 Kansas City 72 68 .514 10 Chicago 68 72 .486 14 Minnesota 52 89 .369 30½ Friday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 7, Tampa Bay 5 Boston 13, Toronto 3 Detroit 4, Baltimore 3 Chicago Cubs 2, Houston 0 Chicago White Sox 7, Kansas City 2 Cleveland 5, Minnesota 4 Seattle 3, Oakland 2 Texas 2, L.A. Angels 1 Saturday’s Games Houston 2, Chicago Cubs 1 Toronto 3, Boston 2 Seattle 14, at Oakland 3 Today’s Games Tampa Bay (Andriese 6-7) at N.Y. Yankees (Cessa 4-0), 10:05 a.m. Boston (Buchholz 6-10) at Toronto (Sanchez 13-2), 10:07 a.m. Baltimore (Tillman 15-5) at Detroit (Verlander 14-7), 10:10 a.m. Cleveland (Kluber 15-9) at Minnesota (Berrios 2-5), 11:10 a.m. Kansas City (Kennedy 10-9) at Chicago White Sox (Sale 15-7), 11:10 a.m. Texas (Lewis 6-1) at L.A. Angels (Weaver 10-11), 12:35 p.m. Seattle (Paxton 4-6) at Oakland (Alcantara 0-1), 1:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Arrieta 16-6) at Houston (Fiers 10-6), 5:05 p.m. Monday’s Games L.A. Dodgers at N.Y. Yankees, 4:05 p.m. Tampa Bay at Toronto, 4:07 p.m. Baltimore at Boston, 4:10 p.m. Minnesota at Detroit, 4:10 p.m. Oakland at Kansas City, 4:15 p.m. Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 5:10 p.m. Texas at Houston, 5:10 p.m. Seattle at L.A. Angels, 7:05 p.m.

National League West Division W L Pct Los Angeles 79 61 .564 San Francisco 75 65 .536 Colorado 68 73 .482 Arizona 58 82 .414 San Diego 58 83 .411 East Division W L Pct Washington 83 58 .589 New York 75 66 .532 Miami 70 71 .496 Philadelphia 63 78 .447 Atlanta 54 87 .383 Central Division W L Pct Chicago 90 50 .643 St. Louis 74 66 .529 Pittsburgh 69 70 .496 Milwaukee 63 78 .447 Cincinnati 58 82 .414

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Chicago Cubs 2, Houston 0 St. Louis 4, Milwaukee 3 San Francisco 7, Arizona 6, 12 innings Colorado 4, San Diego 1 Saturday’s Games Chicago Cubs at Houston, late Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, late Philadelphia at Washington, late L.A. Dodgers at Miami, late N.Y. Mets at Atlanta, late Milwaukee at St. Louis, late San Francisco at Arizona, late Colorado at San Diego,late Today’s Games L.A. Dodgers (Maeda 14-8) at Miami (Urena 3-6), 10:10 a.m. Cincinnati (Finnegan 8-10) at Pittsburgh (Vogelsong 3-4), 10:35 a.m. N.Y. Mets (Lugo 3-2) at Atlanta (Perez 2-2), 10:35 a.m. Philadelphia (Morgan 2-9) at Washington (Gonzalez 10-9), 10:35 a.m. Milwaukee (Davies 10-7) at St. Louis (Weaver 1-2), 11:15 a.m. San Francisco (Moore 9-11) at Arizona (Greinke 12-5), 1:10 p.m. Colorado (Bettis 12-7) at San Diego (Jackson 4-5), 1:40 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Arrieta 16-6) at Houston (Fiers 10-6), 5:05 p.m. Monday’s Games L.A. Dodgers at N.Y. Yankees, 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 4:05 p.m. Miami at Atlanta, 4:10 p.m. Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 4:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, 5:15 p.m. Colorado at Arizona, 6:40 p.m. San Diego at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m.

Transactions BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS — Recalled RHP Austin Adams from Columbus (IL). SEATTLE MARINERS — Activated RHP Tom Wilhelmsen from the 15-day DL. National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Reinstated OF Andre Ethier from the 60-day DL. Atlantic League LONG ISLAND DUCKS — Activated RHP Nick Struck and LHP Daniel Herrera. Placed John Brownell and Bobby Blevins on the inactive list.

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Friday’s Games Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 3 Washington 5, Philadelphia 4 Miami 4, L.A. Dodgers 1 N.Y. Mets 6, Atlanta 4

National Football League DETROIT LIONS — Released LB Josh Bynes from injured reserve. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — Released LB Dezman Moses.


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Preps: Forks, Chimacum face off next Friday CONTINUED FROM B1 “The game changing play for us came when Clayton Willis ran right up the middle and got a chance to bounce to the outside and there was nobody catching him,” Ritter said. The 79-yard gain was part of a big night for Willis. He ran 21 times for 276 yards and three TDs, including a 75-yard scamper and a 27-yard run. Willis also intercepted a pass in his own endzone and returned the ball 82 yards for another score. Ramon Tinoco added seven carries for 38 yards, and scored two extra points. Eric Strid led the Bruins with 18 tackles. “He was phenomenal,” Ritter said. “Eighteen tackles, two fumble recoveries. They couldn’t run up the middle, he shut them down almost by himself.” Ryan McCoy had 11 tackles and Ryan Strid added six stops. Tulalip scored a passing touchdown with no time remaining. In six-man football, kicks are worth 2 points, so the Hawks had to kick to try and tie the game, but the Bruins swarmed and stopped the attempt.

King’s Way 42, Forks 28 FORKS — The Spartans put together a great second quarter, scoring 22 points, to take a 22-13 lead into halftime. But the Knights’ passing game got in a groove in the

second half, outscoring Forks 35-6 the rest of the way to pull out the nonleague victory. Tristan Pisani led the Spartans with 17 carries for 99 yards. He also threw a 61-yard TD pass to Jack Dahlgren. Forks (1-1) visits Chimacum (1-1) at Memorial Field in Port Townsend at 7 p.m. Friday. King’s Way Christian 42, Forks 28 King’s Way 7 6 21 8— 42 Forks 0 22 6 0— 28 First Quarter KW—Garrison 5 pass from Nabors (Pulicella kick) Second Quarter F—Schumack 20 run (run failed) KW—Garrison 5 pass from Nabors (kick failed) F—Pisani 4 run (Pisani run) F— Dahlgren 61 pass from Pisani (Pisani run) Third Quarter KW—Garrison 5 pass from Nabors (Garrison pass from Nabors) KW—Pulicella 10 pass from Nabors (Pulicella kick) F— Baysinger 25 pass from Reaume (run failed) KW—Garrison 15 pass from Nabors (Pulicella kick) Fourth Quarter KW—Scott 36 run (Scott pass from Pulicella) Individual Stats Rushing— KW: Scott 4-71, Hoffman 1-15, Nabors 3-5, Muhammad 3-4, Pulicella 1-(-9); F: Pisani 17-99, Gale 16-76, Schumack 6-25, Baysinger 3-4, Miles 1-(-1); Reaume 5-(-32). Passing—KW: Nabors 34-55375, 2 ints; F: Pisani 1-3-61, int, Reaume 2-8-37, Baysinger 1-2-36; Ramsey 1-2-16, int. Receiving—KW: Pulicella 10-113, Garrison 7-106, Garrison 6-59, Freeman 4-38, Muhammad 4-24, Hoffman 2-21, Scott 1-14; F: Dahlgren 3-64, Baysinger 1-25.

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Chimacum 21, South Whidbey 6 LANGLEY — The Cowboys got a boost from some players that missed their week one loss to Neah Bay and held down the Falcons for their first win on the season. “That included two linemen,” Chimacum coach Mike Dowling said. The Cowboys started well, driving down to the South Whidbey 1-yard line, but a penalty and some miscues led to a missed field goal. Another drive into Falcons’ territory was stopped before the Cowboys broke through on a run by Elijah Avery. Dowling said South Whidbey pulled within 7-6 on a 30-yard TD pass, but Chimacum stopped the twopoint conversion. The Cowboys got a boost when Domenick Zack

returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown, his second on the season, for a 14-6 lead. Chimacum added another score early in the third quarter. “I’m proud of the guys,” Dowling said. “We are so low on numbers, two guys had to switch jerseys and go from running back to lineman. “It was a gutsy win. The kids stepped it up.” The Cowboys (1-1) host Forks at 7 p.m. Friday.

Quilcene 58, Oakville 12 OAKVILLE — Ben Bruner made his prescence felt on offense in his first game, scoring four touchdowns on runs of 50, 47, 39 and 88-yards as the Rangers roughed up the Acorns. He also had another 60-yard TD called back for a

holding penalty behind the ball, according to Rangers coach Trey Beathard. Bruner finished with seven carries for 189 yards. Coach Trey Beathard felt his team improved upon its 52-0 week one win against Mary M. Knight in Friday’s win. “I felt like we played better than the week before,” Beathard said. “Oakville has some really big kids, really big, several over 300 pounds. “We have some 300 pounders too, but they are on the coaching staff.” Jarod Smith returned two interceptions for scores, one for 75-yards and the other for 45, for Quilcene. Smith also caught a 20-yard TD pass from Andy Johnston. Ace Elkins led the Rangers with 19 tackles. He also forced and recovered a fumble. Hayes Beathard added six tackles and Smith had five. Quilcene (2-0) has a week off before hosting Crescent on Saturday, Sept. 24.

Port Townsend 35, Port Angeles 0

at Memorial Field. Port Townsend ran up all 35 points in the first half of the nonleague contest. Hill scored on rushing plays of 21, 1, 22 and 2-yards. He also threw a 9-yard pass to Detrius Kelsall. Hill completed 4 of 9 passes for 64 yards and an interception. The Roughriders stopped two Redhawks’ drives in the second half. Port Angeles’ best chance to score its first points of the season was foiled inside the Port Townsend 5-yard line early in the fourth quarter. Port Townsend (1-1) visits Class 1A No. 3 Mount Baker (2-0) in Deming next Friday. Port Angeles (0-2) hosts No. 10 North Kitsap (2-0) at Civic Field at 7 p.m. next Friday. Port Townsend 35, Port Angeles 0 Port Angeles 0 0 0 0— 0 Port Townsend 14 21 0 0— 35 First Quarter PT—Hill 21 run (Coker kick) PT—Hill 1 run (Coker kick) Second Quarter PT—Hill 22 run (Coker kick) PT—Kelsall 9 pass from Hill (Coker kick) PT—Hill 2 run (Coker kick) Individual Stats Rushing— PA: Warner 6-47, Valdez 2-7, Lausche 2-2, Shumway 8-1, Guttormsen 2-(0-6); PT: Hill 30-152, Kelsall 13-94. Passing—PA: Warner 6-17-1, 91, Guttormsen 0-6-0; PT: Hill 4-91, 64. Receiving—PA: Valdez 4-59, Joslin 1-28, Lausche 1-4.

PORT TOWNSEND — Port Townsend senior quarterback Berkley Hill is making the most out of his final football season in red and black. Hill rushed 30 times for 153 yards and four running ________ touchdowns and threw for another score as the RedSports reporter/columnist hawks rolled to a 35-0 shut- Michael Carman can be contacted out victory against Port at 360-417-3525 or at mcarman@ Angeles on Thursday night peninsuladailynews.com.

Hawks: Foster Wolves: A visit to Centralia CONTINUED FROM B1 third team in as many years when he returns to Seattle. Marshawn Lynch has Maxwell spent his first four retired, leaving it even more NFL seasons in Seattle in in the hands of quarterback 2011-14, left for PhiladelRussell Wilson coming off phia and is now with Miami. the finest season of his He said he stays in touch with the Seahawks’ defenyoung career. “The finish to last sea- sive backs and is looking son, the second half of last forward to the return. “Where it all started,” he season, he couldn’t have been sharper,” Carroll said said. “I had a great time of Wilson. “He comes off of there my four years. I that. He’s just added to his wouldn’t trade it for anyawareness and his com- thing in the world. I’ve got a special bond with some mand.” Here’s what else to guys there.” Maxwell will always watch for as Miami visits Seattle for the first time in hold a special place among Seattle fans as being part of 12 years: the first Super Bowl championship team. Gase said On the line occasionally Maxwell will Overanalyzing the offen- bring up the blowout vicsive line in Seattle has tory that featured the top become a yearly tradition. offense in the NFL getting Seattle’s revamped line shut down. played well during the pre“He got blown out,” Maxseason, but was thrown into well said. “The No. 1 offense flux this week with rookie got smashed.” Germain Ifedi, pegged to be the starting right guard, Comeback Foster going down with an ankle Four-time Pro Bowl runinjury in practice and expected to miss the opener. ning back Arian Foster says However Seattle fills the his return from Achilles void, it’ll be challenged by tendon surgery isn’t a big Miami’s powerful defensive deal. “I wasn’t dead. I had an line featuring Mario Wilinjury,” he said. “I’ve liams in his debut with the Dolphis, along with Ndamu- bounced back before.” Foster will start for the kong Suh and the expected return of Cameron Wake Dolphins less than 11 from an Achilles tendon months after the injury ended his 2015 season with injury last season. “They’re loaded. They’ve the Houston Texans. Signed got terrific personnel,” Car- by Miami in July, Foster roll said. “It’s going to be a had only seven carries in the preseason, but beat out great challenge for us.” Jay Ajayi for the starting job. Well-traveled Injuries have limited Cornerback Byron Max- Foster to 25 games in the well will be playing for his past three years.

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CONTINUED FROM B1 there, that was somebody not doing their job right, “We had a lapse right and that created some gapbefore half, and if we don’t ing holes. They had some have that we could have big, Payton-[Glasser] sized receivers out on the edge made it a game. “Two picks [intercep- blocking for them.” Wiker was pleased with tions] in the red zone I believe, so some of that is how his team played while why they were able to [build facing a large deficit. “Proud because we came up a lead].” Klinger added two TDs out and competed the whole time,” Wiker said. in the third quarter. “In the second half we “I give credit to my linehad energy and attitude, man,” Klinger said. “They get downfield and they were coachable and open up holes and I can fol- they didn’t give up on themlow behind them and pick selves.” Wiker also said he tried my lanes and bounce.” Much of the damage to stress how seeing Montecame out of an old-fash- sano’s approach to the game ioned, but clinically effec- up close could benefit Sequim in the long run. tive offensive formation. “That’s something we “They had the crisscross counter with the double talked about with the kids wing, and almost every at halftime,” Wiker said “They had tough good time they ran that or had a play-action pass option,” lineman that weren’t tired. [Number] 31 is a workhorse Wiker said. “The play-action stuff like a Velarde is, and he wasn’t tired. They were was difficult to defend. “The ones where it was ready for it.” But Wiker also said it crisscross and nobody was

wasn’t enough to just play a team like Montesano, he wants his team to be able to compete for a victory against these tough teams. He thinks it will pay dividends in league play. “Answering the call [against these tough programs] is important,” Wiker said. “If we go schedule, quote unquote ‘easy games,’ then when you get to league you aren’t tested.” The Wolves (1-1) visit Centralia (2-0) in another nonleague contest next Friday. Montesano 66, Sequim 34 Monte 14 27 19 6— 66 Sequim 7 6 14 7— 34 First Quarter S—Velarde 92 kick return (Cowan kick) M—Klinger 1 run (pass failed) M—Klinger 13 run (Chapman pass from Ridgway) Second Quarter S—Whitney 3 run (kick failed) M—Klinger 90 kick return (Bates kick) M—Ridgway 20 run (Bates kick)

M—Klinger 34 pass from Ridgway (Bates kick) M—Chapman 16 pass from Ridgway (Bates kick) Third Quarter M—Klinger 9 run (Bates kick) S—Velarde 37 pass from Cowan (Cowan kick) M—Klinger 10 run (kick failed) S—Rollness 72 kick return (Cowan kick) M—Klinger 20 run (kick failed) Fourth Quarter M—Schleve 2 run (attempt failed) S—Gorr 85 kick return (Cowan kick) Individual Stats Rushing—S: Whitney 13-55, Gresi 3- (-1), Velarde 2-(-8), Cowan 5-(-8); M: Klinger 20-226; Ridgway 7-116; Olson 14-101; Reninger 3-12; Tagman 4-45; Willis 5-20; Bates 3-Schleve 1-2; Farmer 1-(-6). Passing—S: Cowan 15-24-169, 2 INTs. M: Ridgway 11-16-201, 2 TD, Int. Receiving—S: Velarde 3-60, Rollness 5-46, Glasser 1-23, Whitehead 3-21, Whitney 2-12, Gorr 1-9; M: Reninger 4-85; Klinger 3-62, Chapman 4-54.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Felix Hernandez pitched six scoreless innings to continue his dominance at the Oakland Coliseum and the Seattle Mariners beat the Athletics 14-3 on Saturday. Nelson Cruz had three hits and three RBIs, Nori Aoki also had three hits and drove in two runs, and Kyle Seager hit his 28th home run to help the Mariners to their seventh win in

eight games against the A’s this season. Seattle batted around twice and had seven players with two hits or more. Hernandez (11-5) gave up four hits and a walk in the first two innings then settled in for his second consecutive win. Seattle’s six-time All-Star walked one and struck out two for his seventh win since coming off the disabled list. King Felix also showed he’s king of the Coliseum.

Hernandez improved to 12-3 there, tying Tommy John for the most wins by an opposing pitcher at the 50-year-old stadium. The A’s, conversely, continued to struggle at their ballpark. With 41 losses at the Coliseum, Oakland is guaranteed of consecutive losing seasons at home for the first time since 1997-98. Ryon Healy had three hits including a two-run home run for the A’s. Cruz doubled and scored

on Kyle Seager’s single in the first. Cruz doubled again in the third and drove in two runs when the Mariners batted around to go up 6-0. Aoki, who went into the day batting .337 in 22 career games against the A’s, made it 8-0 with a tworun double in the sixth to chase Kendall Graveman (10-10). Seager a home run in off reliever J.B. Wendelken leading off the seventh.

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4026 Employment 4026 Employment 4026 Employment General General General NEWS CLERK – The Peninsula Daily News in Po r t A n g e l e s , WA i s seeking a detail oriented news clerk to join our team full-time. Duties involve compiling and editing news releases, gathering content, data and fact checking. A high level of accuracy is required, both in data and proofreading. Must have exceptional customer service skills, high attention to detail, good problem solving skills and excellent written and verbal skills. Must be computer proficient. We offer a great work environment, health benefits, 401k, paid vacation and sick time. Please e-mail your resume, cover letter, and a few samples of your work to: careers@sound publishing.com T h e Pe n i n s u l a D a i l y News is part of Sound Publishing, Inc. We are an Equal Oppor tunity Employer (EOE). Visit our website at www.sound publishing.com to learn more about us! OFFICE MANAGER: L o o k i n g fo r a t a s k oriented, energetic and self-driven individual to take over an office manager position. Experience helpful but willing to train the right person Wage DOE Please send resume to: tofficemanager 2016@gmail.com O p e n i n g fo r N a t u r a l Practitioners: Naturopath, Massage Therapist, Nurse Midwife, Acupuncturist, Chiropractor in expanding rural medical office. Fax resume to: 360-452-7460. Call 360-457-1515 for info. PART-TIME CHILDCARE AIDE PENINSULA COLLEGE is recruiting the following position: Part-time Childcare Aide at the Sequim Education Center. Position information and application forms available at: www.pencol.edu/em ployment

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SUPERVISOR, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services Responsible for operation of daily function of Olympic Medical Center’s Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation outpatient clinics. Provides oversight to staffing levels and schedules of clinical and support staff. Associate’s degree in Business Admin. or related field preferred. Five years supervisory ex p e r i e n c e i n h e a l t h care or related field preferred. One year comparable experience in office functions in rehabilitation ser vices preferred.For more informationand to apply online visit: www.olympic medical.org.

YARD WORKER: Carl’s Building Supply in Port Hadlock has an immediate opening on our team for a yard worker. We’re looking for someone with a positive attitude that’s ready to contribute to an already successful team. This is a great opportunity for someone who appreciates a fast-paced work environment that offers plenty of opportunity for overtime, benefits, and a competitive wage. E-mail resume and questions to: seanh@car lsbuildingsupply.com or call (360)385-2111

4080 Employment Wanted Book now for year long services including ornamental pruning, shrubs, hedges and full lawn ser vices. Established, many references, best rates and senior discounts. P. A. area only. Local (360)808-2146.

Expert Lawn Care, line COTTAGE STYLE trimming, mowing, yard TOWNHOUSE cleaning, hauling. Call Covered entry welcomes Dave. (360)775-8435 you. Two separate bedroom suites are separatFather & Sons’ ed by great room with L a n d s c a p e S e r v i c e kitchen, breakfast bar, since 1992. 1 time clean dining area and living ups, pruning, lawn main- room with fireplace. Pritenance, weeding, or- vate fenced backyard is ganic lawn renovations. accessed from living (360)681-2611 r o o m a n d h a s l ove l y lawn, rose garden, H OW M AY I H E L P ? shrubs and shade tree. G e n e r a l h a n d y m a n , HOA takes care of struchome and property care. tural maintenance, front (360)477-3376 lawns, roads and shrubs for $146/month. 2007 construction with good roof and fresh exterior paint. Immaculate inside and out. double garage, city utilities. MLS#301753 $245,000 Diann Dickey 360-477-3907 John L. Scott Sequim KINGDOM CLEANING S p e c i a l i z i n g i n m ove outs and routine cleanings. We are licensed, insured AND bonded! (360)912-2104 Yard Services - Plus Weeding, pruning, winter yard prep. l also do many other types of jobs. (484)886-8834

FSBO: PA 1129 W. 7th, 3 Bed 2 Bath. Built in 2005. $219,900. Contact Stacy (360)460-9239. Great Central Location One level home with 3 br, 1.5 ba, fireplace, detached 1 car garage and 1 car carpor t and all-fenced in backyard. Walking distance to all city’s amenities. JUST LISTED! MLS#1026203 $169,500 Ania Pendergrass Remax Evergreen (360)461-3973

Yo u n g C o u p l e E a r l y 60’s available for seasonal cleanup, weeding, trimming, mulching and moss removal. We specialize in complete garden restorations. Excell e n t r e fe r e n c e s. 4 5 7 1213 Chip and Sunny’s GREAT POTENTIAL G a r d e n Tr a n s f o r m a t i o n s . L i c e n s e # C C 2 Homes on 3 Lots located in downtown Port CHIPSSG850LB. Angeles close to the post office, bus stop and 105 Homes for Sale J i m ’s p h a r m a c y. T h e first home is 942 sqft., 2 Clallam County br, 1 ba, built in 1925 . The second home is Call this home a B&B 1092 sqft., 3 br, .5 bath, or retreat/get-away! A t t r a c t i ve C r a f t s m a n built in 1928. Also on the with rustic, serene ap- proper ty is a storage peal and high end ap- shed plus a 1 car garpointments; radiant floor age. heating, open steel plate MLS#301813 $219,000 Tom Blore bar, eat - in and open 360-683-4116 pantry off kitchen, fired PETER BLACK steel handrails, formal REAL ESTATE and casual dining. Features 2 car detached JUST LISTED garage on 4.33 ac, poured foundation for 3 br, 2.5 ba, home totally guest home, 3 bedroom remodeled with famisuites, 4 bathrooms, bo- ly/craft room and office. nus room, wine cellar, .38 acre lot backed by negotiable furnishings greenbelt in Solmar. and 2597 sf., of excep- MLS#301798/1024523 Only $249,000 tional living space. Harriet Reyenga MLS#300849/936151 360-460-8759 $499,000 Windermere Paul Jones Port Angeles 360-775-6208 John L. Scott Sequim Must see! Beautiful 2 br, 2 ba SunDUNGENESS land Nor th Townhome. MEADOWS CUTIE Remodeled home with Fantastic open floor plan new flooring, tile kitchen with a cozy propane firebacksplash, newer appli- place, spacious kitchen, ances, plantation blinds, pleasing architectural updated BA with jetted accents and 9’ ceilings. soak tub. Private deck Too many features to list and hot tub. Double liv- including soak tub, skying rooms, low mainte- lights, heat pump, huge nance landscaping. Golf- wa l k - i n c l o s e t , w o o d ing, clubhouse, pool, flooring, brick accents, walking trails, RV stor- landscaped park like sett i n g , p r i va t e o u t d o o r age. MLS#301796/1024549 patio, and tile roof. Quiet neighborhood and all the $249,000 Sunland amenities. Cathy Reed MLS#301339 $325,000 lic#4553 Kim Bower Windermere 360-477-0654 Real Estate Blue Sky Real Estate Sequim East Sequim 360-460-1800

LOOKING FOR PRIVACY? Got stuff? Check out this 4 br, 3 ba rambler on 5 acres. Some features include a 32’ X 26’ barn, 60’ X 32’ RV and quipment garage (longest por tion holds 30’ RV), plus 44’ X 14’ detached garage, separate private well and public water, two 500 gallon propane tanks, circle drive, covered firewood storage and garden shed too, nicely landscaped with lots of fruit trees and garden area, open concept kitchen-dining-living plus separate formal living room, master bath features double sink and b u i l t - i n va n i t y, l a r g e utility room that has its own bath with shower and utility sink, island kitchen with Jenn-Air cook-top, double ovens, breakfast bar, and garden windows. All in easy a c c e s s o n o n e l eve l . MLS#300552 $429,000 Paul Beck - Broker Professional Realty Services Cell: 360.461.0644 pb3realestate @gmail.com

NEW CONSTRUCTION! Fresh and contemporary home on a quiet cul-desac The modern 8ft tall front door opens to 9ft ceilings, giving this home a bright and spac i o u s c h a ra c t e r. T h i s h o m e i s h e a t e d by a ductless heat pump and propane fireplace. Stylish kitchen with a large far m sink, island with breakfast bar, subway t i l e b a ck s p l a s h a n d quar tz counter tops. MBR with walk-in closet and a gorgeous tiled s h ow e r. T h e c ove r e d back deck looks out to open space & recreation path. MLS#301444 $315,000 Kelly Johnson 360.477.5876 Windermere Port Angeles

NEW LISTING! 3 Br., 2 ¾ Ba., 2515 SF private townhome, large, open kitchen with breakfast nook, lower level bonus room with bed and bath, laundry room with plenty of storage, upper deck with partial water and Mt. Baker views MLS#1025232/301807 $285,000 Tyler Conkle Lic# 112797 MOUNTAIN-VIEW 360-670-5978 DELIGHT WINDERMERE This spacious 3 br/3 ba SUNLAND home sits on a level acre of land in the Agnew NEW LISTING! area! Lots of space for everyone in the tiled liv- Overlooking Greenbelt, i n g r o o m w i t h w o o d 3 BD., 2 BA., 2823 SF, stove, family room and too many upgrades to den. Master suite with list – must see, deck has dual sinks, jetted tub and sunroom and open air b a l c o n y. T h e p r i va t e s p a c e w i t h v i ew, we t back Trex deck looks out bar, large windows protowards trees. Partially vide natural light, garage fenced yard with 2 fully with space for golf cart, fenced areas that are storage great for pets! Sweeping MLS#1025374/301810 $315,000 views of the Olympic Deb Kahle Mountains and open lic# 47224 space behind proper ty 360-918-3199 with access to McDonald WINDERMERE Creek ensures no one SUNLAND will build behind you! MLS#301747 $349,900 QUIET CUL DE SAC Kelly Johnson This 3 br, 2 ba, home 360.477.5876 built in 2007 has 1,910 Windermere square feet. Nice big Port Angeles kitchen with lots of counter space. Split floor plan Quiet and Private with Master on one side. Light and br ight for L o w m a i n t e n a n c e 4BR/2BA home; backs fenced yard. Quiet cul up to forest and green de sac. space. New paint and MLS#301792 Only c a r p e t . F u l l y fe n c e d $269,000 back yard. Open floor Jeanine Cardiff plan, bonus office/hobby 360-460-9221 room off garage w/sep- JACE The Real Estate arate entrance. Big Company kitchen, lots of storage, skylights, dual shower Peninsula Classified 360-452-8435 heads in new tiled bath. MLS#301397/975197 PLACE YOUR $337,500 AD ONLINE Rick Patti Brown With our new lic#115519 Classified Wizard Windermere you can see your Real Estate ad before it prints! Sequim East www.peninsula 360-775-5780 dailynews.com

RARE Rare 4 br, 1 3/4 ba rambler in great neighborhood! Fenced southern exposure back yard with lovely deck and storage shed. Several fruit trees and garden space. Corner lot with mountain view. Kitchen has beautiful hardwood cabinets. Large utility room, attached garage with workbench. This well taken care of home has eve r y t h i n g yo u n e e d , close to hospital, schools, waterfront trail and bus line. Move right in! MLS#301372 $259,900 Lisa Divelbiss (360)565-2034 JACE The Real Estate Company SENSATIONAL SUNLAND HOME! Clubhouse, pool, tennis courts, beach rights with cabana, 4 br 2.5 ba 2606 sf on the 8th fairway, first floor living, master bedroom, large family room, dining area, office MLS#928764/300721 $315,500 Tyler Conkle Lic# 112797 360-670-5978 WINDERMERE SUNLAND SOPHISTICATED COMFORT With an eye for detail best describes this custom home. Natural light pours in from shaded skylights (when the shades are pulled back) and the open concept main area allows for an easy flow. Tile and hardwoods in the main areas. Industrial grade roof, eating bar supported by a hidden steel carriage, custom cabinets and more discerning features await you in your new home. All furnishings are negotiable. MLS#301780/1023473 $425,000 DOC REISS 360-461-0613 TOWN & COUNTRY STUNNING OLYMPIC VIEWS Beautiful country home on 1.32 level acres. Built in 2005, 2561 SF, 4 BR, office, 2.5 BA. Lg master suite/BA. Open split floor plan, vaulted ceilings, kitchen with large slab granite island. Double attached garage and single detached. Irrigation, fruit trees, garden space. MLS#301411/976251 $450,000 Cathy Reed lic#4553 Windermere Real Estate Sequim East 360-460-1800

SPACIOUS ONE LEVEL HOME! Delightful home situated on a corner lot just minutes from town! Living room with vaulted ceilings and large bump out window! Abundant cabinet space in the kitchen that also boasts a new dishwasher and microwave. Master suite with attached bath and sliding door for deck access. Fully fenced back yard with mature trees and generously sized deck that looks out to partial mountain views. Attached 2 car garage plus plenty of space to park a RV or a boat! MLS#301682 $219,500 Tennette Possinger Lic#117240 360-477-6428 Windermere Port Angeles SUNLAND 3 BR, 2 BA, 2100 sf. home in the beautiful S u n L a n d c o m m u n i t y. Large living room with a wood burning fireplace, large family room with a wood burning freestanding stove adjoining the kitchen and a heat pump. Not included in the square footage is a partially finished 1,256 sf. walk out basement with exterior entry. Large deck. MLS#301570/1007676 $350,000 Roland Miller 360-461-4116 TOWN & COUNTRY UNOBSTRUCTED WATER VIEW!? C o n t e m p o r a r y h o m e, desirable Cresthaven, contemporary born 1981/remodeled 2011, 2525sf 3 br, 2.5 ba, spacious kitchen soak tub and separate shower in m a s t e r, n ew e r t r ex deck/roof/milgard windows, no pesticide or herbicide soil, greenhouse MLS#301761 $345,000 Team Thomsen COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY (360)808-0979

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For additional information regarding the EA or project, please contact: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest, ATTN: Dr. Robert Senner, 1101 Tautog Circle, Silverdale, WA 98315. For media queries, please contact Silvia Klatman at silvia.klatman@navy.mil. PUB: Sept 8, 9, 11, 2016

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EXTENSION OF COMMENT PERIOD Upper Hoh River Road Bank Stabilization Project Environmental Assessment The Federal Highway Administration’s Western Federal Lands Highway Division (WFLHD) is soliciting public comment on the Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Upper Hoh River Road (UHRR) Bank Stabilization Project. The preferred alternative will involve developing and implementing cost-effective, long-term bank stabilization solutions at three locations and replacing three stream-crossing structures along the UHRR in western Jefferson County. At these six sites, the UHRR is at risk of washing away in a large flood event. The purpose of the project is to protect the UHRR from erosion and to provide safe and consistent access to residents, businesses, and Olympic National Park visitors. The comment period has been extended to September 23, 2016. Copies of the EA are available for public review at the following locations: Port Townsend Public Library, 1220 Lawrence Street, Port Townsend, WA, 98368; North Olympic Library System, Central Library, 2210 S. Peabody Street, Port Angeles, WA, 98362; North Olympic Library System, Forks Branch, 171 S. Forks Avenue, Forks, WA 98331. The Environmental Assessment can be accessed online at https://flh.fhwa.dot.gov/projects/wa/upper-hoh/ or requested from Kirk Loftsgaarden at the phone number or email address below. All interested persons wishing to submit comments on the EA for WFLHD’s consideration may do so in writing prior to September 23, 2016. Please direct comments to Kirk Loftsgaarden at Western Federal Lands Highway Division, Federal Highway Administration, 610 E. Fifth Street Vancouver, WA 98661, (360) 619-7512, kirk.loftsgaarden@dot.gov Pub: September 11, 2016 Legal No.:720575

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Water mark Wooden Boat Festival a new class for PTstudents BY CYDNEY MCFARLAND

“I wish I’d just built a raft or just started dragging it from the beginning.” PORT TOWNSEND — However, Gabe and Reece Among those who gathered said that despite their sinkfor the 40th annual Wooden ing boats, it was fun. Boat Festival were more “Everyone was excited than 100 students from Port about it,” Gabe said. “It was Townsend High School, who just a good teambuilding explored the boats, listened kind of exercise.” to guest speakers and comThis was the first year peted in their own boatbuild- the high school took a field ing challenge. trip to the Wooden Boat FesMost were freshmen and tival. According to Kelley Maritime Discovery Schools Watson, maritime career and curriculum students partici- technical education teacher, pating in the school district’s it was pulled off thanks to place-based learning prothe Northwest Maritime gram. Center, which is sponsoring At the standup paddlethe festival. board pool next to the Point The students also Hudson Marina, teams of explored some of the tall students competed in a card- ships — the Adventuress, board boatbuilding contest Lady Washington and VirFriday. The goal was to ginia V — participated in a transport one student across maritime career fair and the pool without sinking. were treated to a private “Our boat didn’t last presentation by Colin Angus, long,” said Gabe Montoya, a Watson said. senior at the high school who Angus and his wife, Julie was serving as a mentor for Angus, were named National a group of freshmen. Geographic’s Adventurers of “Our paddle held up the Year in 2007 after sucpretty well, though.” cessfully circumnavigating Many of the teams strug- the globe using only humangled to get their quickly powered crafts. assembled boat across the They also participated in pool. this summer’s Race to “Ours sank pretty quickly, Alaska, a 750-mile race in and I had to drag it across boats without motors. the pool,” said freshman TURN TO CLASS/C8 Reece Kjeldgaard. PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

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Dan Parnel of Auburn swabs the deck of his boat the Susan Joanne in preparation for the Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend.

Sail-by to cap weekend PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND — Some 300 boats that gathered in Port Townsend for the 40th annual Wooden Boat Festival will make their way around Port Townsend Bay during the sail-by this afternoon. The culminating parade of boats will begin at 3 p.m.. It can be viewed from any vantage

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Longhaired pets require extra care FROM THE MALTESE to the Afghan hound, the Persian to the Maine coon, longhaired dogs and cats have a reputation for beauty and style. Their glamorous appearance comes at a price, though: That gorgeous coat can be a beast to care for. If you’ve fallen for a pet with long locks, we’ve gathered some tips to help you keep that coat stunning, healthy and tangle-free. First, the bad news: There’s no secret shortcut to caring for a long coat. It takes time and devotion. You’re ahead of the game, though, if you groom it on a regular basis. When a longhaired pet’s coat is neglected, the result is painful mats and tangles. Nobody wants that. Grooming needs depend on the type of coat a dog or cat has, as well as its length. Longhaired pets may have a single coat or a double coat (one with a top coat and an under layer). They may have feathering (longer hair on the ears, chest, legs and tail); thick, fine, silky hair; or ruffs, britches or pantaloons. Double-coated pets typically shed more than single-coated pets. Gather the right equipment. A pin brush moves smoothly through long hair and feathering. A bristle brush removes loose hair and dirt and polishes the coat. A wide-tooth comb removes downy undercoat. The curved wire pins of a slicker brush remove mats, loose hair and any flotsam and jetsam your dog picks up on a walk. Dogs with thick double coats may benefit from a session with an undercoat rake, especially during shedding season. If possible, ask a breeder or a professional groomer about the correct grooming tools and techniques to use. Keep the face clean. Dogs with beards, mustaches and eyebrows (known as furnishings) lose their distinguished appearance if food is stuck in their fur. Comb out the furnishings after every meal to keep them looking nice. Other trouble spots include the belly, the area where the legs meet the body (the “underarms”) and the urogenital area. Many pets don’t like having these areas touched (maybe they’re ticklish). If you neglect them,

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though, Thornton these areas are most likely to develop mats and tangles. If you comb them before a problem starts, it will be a lot easier to accustom your pet to the attention. Watch for a poopy butt. Every longhaired pet gets it at one time or another. Get over the ick factor and check your pet’s rear regularly to make sure no dingleberries are dangling from his fur. You may want to trim the area short to help keep it clean. Or have a professional groomer do a sanitary trim for a neater appearance. Starting with a puppy? Practice for a few minutes every day. Even if your pup won’t have his full coat for a year or two, he should learn now what to expect and how to stand nicely for it. You can gradually lengthen the amount of time you spend working on his coat. Give extra care to aging or overweight longhaired pets. Cats, in particular, may have difficulty grooming themselves and need some additional attention. Pay attention if your pet frequently bites or scratches at a specific area. On closer inspection, you may find a mat or tangle that needs attention. Be careful when trying to remove these. Severe mats may need professional attention. When his coat is at its full glory, you should expect to groom your longhaired pet at least every other day. For some pets, daily attention is a must. If you have trained your dog or cat to enjoy grooming, the experience should be a bonding time for both of you.

Q&A — with Dr. Marty Becker Why is it so Q unusual for male cats to be calicos? — via email

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had a run of good fortune after being brought to the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society in Pittsburgh on July 12. The 3-year-old cat, Batman, was treated for an upper respiratory infection and then put up for adoption, where he quickly caught the eye of a little girl who liked superheroes. Batman’s double ears are thought to be the result of a recessive gene mutation. And he’s not the only cat with multiple ears. Several felines over the years have been identified with the unusual natural genetic mutation. • Can you tell the difference between the affenpinscher and the Brussels griffon? Both of these dogs are often referred to as “monkey” dogs, or “monkey-face” dogs. Both are clever, cute and compact, and both have rough coats and bearded faces. The dogs have many similarities — not surprising since the affenpinscher is an ancestor of the Brussels griffon — but there are some differences. While the BG indeed has a rough coat, he also comes in a smooth variety. Affies can be black, black and tan, gray, red or silver; BGs are black, black and tan, blue, brown or red. Both are alert and playful, but the Brussels griffon tends to be more outgoing and more willing to get in trouble than the quieter affenpinscher. • The Robo hamster isn’t the latest electronic pet from Japan. These smallest of the Asian dwarf hamsters are speedy and somewhat shy. Nocturnal, like all hamsters, they spend their evenings running endlessly on their wheel and can be entertaining to watch, but they’re not especially fond of being handled. Desert dwellers in their natural habitat of Mongolia and northern China, they will appreciate some sand to dig in.

cat has patches of orange or red and patches of black, chocolate or cinnamon. When those patches are combined with a white background, the cat is called a calico, after a type of colorful patterned fabric. A study done by researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri found that only 1 of every 3,000 calico cats is male. That’s because the gene that determines how the orange color in cats displays is on the X chromosome, one of the two chromosomes that determines gender. Females have two X chromosomes, while males have an X and a Y chromosome. While any cat, male or female, can be orange, in males the orange almost always occurs in the tabby pattern. Females can be orange tabby, calico or tortoiseshell. In rare instances, though, a male cat turns up with not only his allotted X and Y chromosomes, but also an additional X chromosome. If both of those X chromosomes happen to carry the gene for orange coloration, bingo: You have a calico male. This genetic anomaly is called Klinefelter syndrome, after the doctor who identified it in the 1940s. In human and feline males, it typically causes sterility, which is one reason you don’t see people getting rich off breeding their rare male calico cats. Interestingly, the source for calico coloration was traced in the 1970s by Neil Todd, who was studying the migration routes of domestic cats. The orange mutant gene that causes the patched appearance originated in Egypt and then _________ spread to Mediterranean Pet Connection appears every port cities in Greece, Italy, Sunday and is produced by a France and Spain. team of pet-care experts headed

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Locals find success at junior rodeo STICK HORSE BARRELS, wild cow milking and chute dogging — are you familiar with those terms? Probably not unless you’re a fan of junior rodeos. Those are the real names of competitive events that many in the audience hooted, hollered and roared with excitement at during the annual Peninsula Junior Rodeo. Held the third week in August at the Clallam County Fairgrounds, more than 100 National Junior Rodeo Association participants — ages 3 to 18 — from around the Northwest region came together for two days of competition. Hosted for more than 20 years by our local Peninsula Junior Rodeo Association, the local NJRA chapter showed great skill and finesse, and having the fastest time is what wins events. Local winners this year included PJRA Queen Madison Ballou, who won sixth in flags, and her sister, PJRA Princess Sierra Ballou, who won second in steer daubing and second in goat tying. Cassie Ann Moore won first in flags, second in breakaway and second in poles. Rhett Wilson won third in daubing, third in goat tying and fourth in breakaway. Amelia Hermann won second in team roping, second in breakaway, third in goat tying, fourth in trail and fourth in daubing.

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did (with help) was Griffiths to fence the perimeter to ensure my horses and dogs would be safe and secure here. I’ve yet to install a top rail above my woven wire horse fence. Instead of wood, which will need maintenance to keep it looking good and not decaying, I chose to use brown 5-inch-wide flexible vinyl horse rail fence. I purchased it from a local big-box store because it offers free shipping — a huge savings over other retailers. The vinyl railing and necessary brackets to attach it to my wooden posts arrived at the store in a timely manner. When I picked it up, I was surprised with how heavy and big the vinyl is. While some boxes with brackets were there, the majority weren’t at the special order desk when I picked it up. However, according to the online link provided to track the order, they had arrived at the store. I figured it must still be in the receiving area and I’d pick it up the next day. So, with much excitement, I went home and unrolled the vinyl around the perimeter. Then I went back to the store to pick up the brackets, but no one could find the boxes of post brackets. Yes, there was proof those boxes were delivered and signed for, but no one could find the boxes.

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From left, Peninsula Junior Rodeo Association’s Rhett Wilson, Amelia Hermann, PJRA Queen Madison Ballou, Cassie Ann Moore and Princess Sierra Ballou were all winners at their hometown rodeo, held the third weekend in August at the Clallam County Fairgrounds in Port Angeles. A week went by of me going back to the store and pestering the workers to find it, but to date, no one has. Ten days went by before the store reordered my brackets. It will be at least 10 days more before they arrive. In the meantime, my vinyl railing is still strewn about the pasture, and my neighbors are stopping by to ask what the heck it is.

Preparation As the daylight grows shorter and the weather turns cooler, I’m feeling the pressure to put up a hay barn, horse shelter and paddock before the soon-toarrive rainy season. Although my two horses have 3 basically flat acres of good grass pasture to roam and graze on, it won’t take long before the grass gets eaten down to nubs and ruined. So now I’m in the process of fencing off a sacrifice, or paddock, area along with the barn and shelter. TURN

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Try a warming fall soup from friends RECENTLY, MY MOST favorite farmers, Doug Hendrickson and Lee Norton of Salt Creek Farm, were honored as Farmers of the Year at the North Olympic Land Trust annual Harvest Dinner. I could not be more thrilled on a very personal level. Because my husband, Tom Sanford, is the executive director of North Olympic Land Trust, I always attend the Harvest Dinner and support the mission of the organization to conserve lands that sustain the communities of Clallam County.

14 years strong In addition, my family’s connection to Hendrickson, Norton and Salt Creek Farm is 14 years strong. I’ve written about Salt Creek’s status as a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) before. The way it works is that members invest money into a local farm at the beginning of the growing season, then receive a share of the produce each week of the growing season. Members take on the risk of a poor season right alongside the farmers, but also partake in the

PENINSULA KITCHEN joy of a bumper Carrie crop. Sanford I did a little digging and it turns out I’ve been writing about food for just about exactly 10 years last week. My first cropsheet newsletter went out to Salt Creek Farm members on Sept. 6, 2006. I thought it would be nice to commemorate my own foodie anniversary along with celebrating our county’s first CSA farmers by sharing one of Hendrickson’s favorite recipes. Truth be told, he was so busy on the farm last week growing my food that he could only muster this quick response when I asked for suggestions: “Potato leek soup is a favorite of mine. Pretty simple with some dill, onion, parsley, salt, pepper, garlic, milk or soy milk, potatoes and of course leeks. Chard, spinach, or

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owever you adapt this comforting fall recipe, take a moment to honor the farmers that grow our food and the community that supports their success. cress make a nice addition too.” Here’s my version of a dilled, potato and leek soup. By all means, add in chard, spinach or cress like Hendrickson suggests or crumble some crispy bacon on top as my daughter likes it. However you adapt this comforting fall recipe, take a moment to honor the farmers that grow our food and the community that supports their success.

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

Dilled potato and leek soup adapted from “Taste of Home” 1 cup sliced leeks (white portion only) 1 celery rib, chopped 2-3 cloves garlic, chopped 1½ teaspoons butter 2 cups chicken broth 1½ cups cubed peeled Yukon gold potatoes 1 large carrot, finely chopped ¼ teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper ½ cup buttermilk (milk, cream or soy milk can also be used) 1½ teaspoons chopped parsley 1½ teaspoons snipped fresh dill or ½ teaspoon dill weed

_______ In a large saucepan, sauté leeks, celery and garlic in butter until tender. Stir in the broth, potatoes, carrot, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Cool slightly. Transfer to a blender. Cover and process until smooth. Return to the pan. Alternatively, use an immersion blender right in the pot to process. Whisk a small amount of soup into buttermilk. Return all to the pan, stirring constantly. Add parsley and dill. Heat through (do not boil). Yields 3¾ cups.

Have a written plan in place ‘just in case’

LAST WEEK, I covered a topic that I’d also written about at the end of this past February on “The Promise.” If you saved that from last week, good for you. If not, use your imagination and tag along anyway. What came right after that was an exchange with an email buddy, Sidney Cays, that went like this: Sidney: Right on — we’ve all known those who do exactly that, and we know their caregivers who are now sentenced to that promise.

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then if (and it’s Harvey perfectly possible) I should end up there, whether I like it or not. My kids would have no clue about my choices if I couldn’t talk or respond: Do I want the bed by the window or by the ‘My responsibility’ hallway (if there is a choice)? Is there anything I One man in our family said, “She’s my wife and my can’t eat? And so on. I questioned one daughresponsibility” and would not allow even her children ter, and she chose the window (I’m a rabid outdoor to help him in any way person) and said no to the with his completely helpfoods question. Both wrong. less wife. I want to be by the hallHe took care of her for seven years and did outlive way where I can see as her by one month, when he many people as possible if bedridden. And I do not then died (probably) in drink milk only by choice, great relief. not because I am lactoseBut there are those of intolerant or don’t like it. us who have thought of I think a lot of our kids this and face the fact that wouldn’t know facts like we might well end up in (“doom” music) the nursing these and other personal wishes that might ease our home. I decided to see what I stay. could do now to help me So how about suggest-

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o how about suggesting we make a list to be stored with our wills, etc., providing nursing home guidance for our kids or caregivers? any longer. “But are we really done? “Although we know we’re staying in our homes for the duration, what if, maybe sometime — just maybe — we might have to spend some time in a therapy setting, or (horrors) a nursing home? “Could happen, you know — a stroke, broken hip — something that would jerk us off our planned track. “Maybe only temporary. Maybe for good. But if that did happen, are there any choices you’d want to make about living in those alternate homes for however long? “Sissy had a stroke. She lived in her own home, as she always had and as she always intended to. But one day, her neighbor saw her lying in her backyard. She was incoherent and couldn’t tell June what was wrong. “Hours later, Amber and Bennie, Sissy’s daughters, heard from the ER doctor that their mother had indeed had a stroke. ‘Significant,’ he said, ‘Right side paralyzed, can’t talk. But it’ll be awhile before we know just how serious the lasting effects will be. As soon as she’s in stable

ing we make a list to be stored with our wills, etc., providing nursing home guidance for our kids or caregivers? Mark: That’s an interesting idea. Most folks are so freaked out about the idea of getting within two blocks of a nursing home that I doubt that they’d read it. Sidney: But a number of them must have spent time there visiting older relatives and friends as I have and come to realize it’s not really at all like the standard (horrible) picture that comes to mind … Mark: You write the column and send it to me. Sidney: OK, here’s a column, and I should tell you: I have neither dogs nor goat …

Sidney’s column And here it is, with no edits from me: “So, we’ve written our wills, done up our medical wills, appointed an executor and are basking in the afterglow of a job well done. “Everything has been taken care of: The kids are happy and we’re feeling good at not having to think about any of this

were gone. “Even that continuous self-conversation we all hold every minute we’re awake was gone because In the nursing home we think mostly in words, and Sissy had lost her “And so it was, that two words. weeks later, Sissy found “She cried when they herself in the local nursing fed her meals she detested. home. She could not understand “She couldn’t understand words any more than anything anyone said and could only make noises she could speak them, but that meant nothing. she did know she was in a “She cried when they place where she had never changed her diaper — a believed she would ever be. diaper, because she couldn’t “Her daughters worked ask for a bedpan. with the admitting team “Sissy was a sad examand gave Sissy everything ple of what an extra inforthey thought she would want: a bed by the window, mation page might have a curtain around her bed to helped prevent. give her privacy from the ‘Things I prefer’ other patients and a TV. “They said she needed “The page titled ‘Things her glasses only for readI prefer in case of …’ ing. They said they thought “And her daughters she was allergic to glutens were hard-pressed to cover but loved any other kind of sundry expenses because food. they didn’t know their “Because her medical mother’s PIN number for wills gave no details, the her credit card, and neither intake team relied on the were on her account.” daughters for these perSo, your assignment is sonal preferences. to hang onto this column “None of which were because next week, you’ll what she wanted or get the rest. needed. condition, we’ll move her over to the nursing home and see where we go from there.’

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She cried “Every time a nurse pulled the curtain closed, shutting her in alone, she cried, suspended again from all human contact. “Although she grasped the gist of what had happened, communication and coherent thought

Mark Harvey is director of Clallam/Jefferson Senior Information & Assistance, which operates through the Olympic Area Agency on Aging. He is also a member of the Community Advocates for Rural Elders partnership. He can be reached at 360-452-3221 (Port Angeles-Sequim), 360-385-2552 (Jefferson County) or 360-3749496 (West End), or by emailing harvemb@dshs.wa.gov.

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To stay or quit job after no promotion I APPLIED FOR a promotion to replace my boss, who is retiring. I was the obvious choice and the only applicant with the degree and experience for the position. I also had the longest tenure. But the search team chose someone else. Since then, my new boss has hired many consultants because she doesn’t know how to do the job herself. (I suspect she never will.) Worse, I never received a rejection letter after my interview. The disrespect is very discouraging. Should I take the bull by the horns and offer to resign or (fake) smile and go along with the company in perpetuity? Erly in Maryland If I have learned one thing from the strangely hypnotic TV cooking show “The Great British Bake Off” (and it would be tragic if I hadn’t, considering the hours I’ve invested), it is this: Never skip steps. (It’s a soufflé killer.) But that’s what you’ve done in vaulting from

part of your job requirement. Happily, none of this Philip understandprevents exploring other Galanes able disappositions in your area. pointment And everyone (including to apocalyptic endgame. you, I bet) knows that you Who said are a more attractive candidate employed than anything you will be if jobless on about the principle. company It’s better for paying the wanting you rent, too. to leave? We all get how crushed I’m sorry you didn’t get you feel. And dramatic gesthe promotion. But you’ve tures are like catnip after created a false choice: quit big disappointments. in a huff or suffer in But self-preservation silence. Why not forge a middle usually requires that we ground? suppress them while we Once you can count on plot our next steps (and yourself not to scream or succulent revenge). cry (which is not as easy as And most severance it sounds), ask the search policies exclude people who team if it has any feedback quit. for you. So carry on, and let us It might be instructive. know how you make out. The company’s maddening failure to inform you Apologize, for starters that you lost out on the gig My fiancé and I is not the biggest surprise. attended a wedding. Companies are famous At the reception, he for dropping balls. Meanwhile, do your best accidentally got a bit too impression of an employee drunk and threw up in the who supports the new boss. garden. I wanted to apologize to She is probably not as the bride and groom, but I complete an idiot as you was afraid it might be awkthink. Working with her is also ward.

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of (relatively) larger gifts to suicide-related organizations, my special cause. Which is to say: This is A needed gift your call. Our housekeeper has a Still, the situation number of grandchildren struck me differently from who live in Mexico. the way it hit you. I frequently give her If your housekeeper’s used clothing and other daughter is so poor that items, saying, “I hope your she can’t afford to keep the grandchildren can use secondhand sweaters you Yes, you did the wrong give her but must sell them thing if your boyfriend is a them.” (My husband would pre- to help pay rent or buy food tiny child or doesn’t comfer I donate these things to for her children, it seems to municate in any known Goodwill for the tax deduc- me that your gifts are even language. tion.) more valuable than you Otherwise, he should But recently, our house- could have hoped. have apologized (and still She’s not cashing them should) for turning the gar- keeper told me that her daughter is selling our in to buy fur-lined Gucci den of your friends’ recepthings because she is havslippers, right? tion into a vomitorium. ing a hard time financially. On a related note: Make In matters of personal Is it wrong for me to feel an annual giving plan, behavior, you are not your turned off by this and con- after talking with your fiancé’s keeper. sider giving the goods to husband about the causes (And drinking until people who will actually that are closest to your blind drunk is not usually use them or to Goodwill? hearts (assuming you an accident; it requires I don’t want to be hard share finances). dedication.) This can reduce the I get what you’re saying of heart. D. in San Diego often willy-nilly nature of about apologies being awkour charitable gifts. ward sometimes. Most of us have limited A little discipline can Still, they are important resources for charitable help our donations reflect for wiping slates clean. gifts (of cash or goods). our deepest concerns. No amount of sweet So choosing our causes wedding-dance footage will ________ substitute for a sincere “I’m is important — and perPhilip Galanes is an advice sonal. sorry.” columnist who specializes in conLately, I’ve forgone It is also time to recalitemporary etiquette and social small donations to a wide brate your awkwardness dilemmas. Email questions to him range of charities in favor meter. via socialq@nytimes.com. So I sent them a note thanking them for the invitation and attached a video I took of their first dance. It’s been a few months, and they haven’t spoken to us. Did I do the wrong thing? Anonymous

AS YOU READ this column, I wonder if you’ll ask yourself the same question I did: Why would a married woman with a 6-month-old baby Google her first boyfriend? Skylar said that she fell in love for the very first time when she was 15. “And I fell hard,” she said. The boy’s name was Phoenix, and she would see him during the summer when her family vacationed in the resort town where he lived. Phoenix was best friends with Adam, one of Skylar’s neighbors in the town. Skylar said that during the winter months, she and Phoenix kept in touch. “Although we were intimate in a teenage kind of way, we never completely consummated our relationship,” she said. As the years went by, Skylar’s family spent less and less time at their vacation home, so she and Phoenix didn’t see each other as often. They didn’t really keep in touch. But the real blow to the relationship happened when Skylar learned that Phoenix had given his coveted class ring to another girl. “I was heartbroken,” she admitted. Eventually, Phoenix graduated high school, went to college and then enlisted in the Marines. Skylar went to school in another state. They stopped communicating completely.

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Skylar’s neighbors, Adam especially, always kept her abreast of what Phoenix was up to. But eventually, those updates stopped, too. It was some time later that Adam got engaged and invited Skylar and her sister to the wedding. Skylar’s boyfriend couldn’t go with her, so she went with her sister. She recounted: “At the reception, I noticed a guy at the bar smirking at me. I was initially turned off because he seemed so cocky as he leaned casually against the bar. But he was cute, so I took another look and finally realized it was Phoenix. “I hadn’t seen him in eight years, and I was ecstatic!” They left the reception together and sat in Phoenix’s car, talking for hours. She described: “The feelings came back in an instant. “It felt like old times. “We started making out. “The only thing that kept me from going all the way was my boyfriend back home.”

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Lavin: Received just one email CONTINUED FROM C5 last time I heard from him,” Skylar said. “It was a tough call, Fast-forward a few because my relationship years when Skylar learned with him was on delicate that Phoenix had gotten grounds and I didn’t think married and had a few it would last,” she wrote. stepchildren. “It didn’t. Skylar had also gotten “Just the same, I did Carol and Bud Peterson in 1966. Carol and Bud Peterson in 2016. married and had a baby. right by him and refrained The baby was 6 months from going home with old when she Googled Phoenix. Phoenix: “What I found “But I wanted to in the was his obituary. worst way and regret to “He had committed suiin Topanga Canyon, Calif. said they love living in Sequim and Bud and Carol (Strickler) Peterthis day that I didn’t leave cide just two weeks before Carol is a chaplain for hospice, plan to never leave. son of Sequim celebrated their with him that night. I’d Googled him. while Bud is a retired CPA and forThey have two children: Stacy 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 3 “I always thought there “It’s been three years Bolden of San Jose, Calif., and Eric with a private family dinner hosted merly a CFO/CEO of a small public would be other opportuninow since his death. Peterson of Poulsbo. by Eric and Jennifer Peterson in company. ties when I was not in a Although we couldn’t be They also have seven grandchilPoulsbo. The Petersons moved to the North committed relationship.” together as a couple, I The couple married Sept. 3, 1966, Olympic Peninsula in 1999. They dren and one great-grandchild. Phoenix promised Skyloved him dearly and feel lar he would keep in touch. as if a part of my heart was He wrote her a long buried with him.” ARRIAGE ICENSES email telling her how much Did postpartum depreshe enjoyed spending that sion influence your relaevening with her. Jennifer L. Tjemsland, 23, Barry Duane Uren, 73, Clallam County Jefferson County tionship? He told her that when of Port Hadlock. and Mingying Liao, 39, ________ Melanie Ann Matos, 37, Francis Collin Brown, 63, Douglas Edward both of Sequim. he held her that night, he and Rebecca Jean Wilson, and Robert Jason Courtis, Cheryl Lavin compiles Tales John Anthony Parent, 68, and Linda Cornever wanted to let her go. 39, both of Forks. 45, both of Port Townsend. rie Galle, 66, both of Port Tatum, 59, and Georgina He told her he would be from the Front at her home office in Arizona, where she writes a Joseph Thomas ReynDennis Patrick BarnAngeles. Lynn Alfaro, 61, both of pestering her regularly blog at http://www.creators.com/ olds, 27, and Amie Michelle Sequim. house Sr., 58, and Kimberly Jacob Aaron Powell, 32, with texts and emails and advice/tales-from-the-front.html. Griffith, 25, both of June Olsen, 56, both of and Shayla Julia Chrisp, Justin Robert Dyrseth, phone calls. Email questions or comments to 27, both of Sequim. 36, of Port Angeles and Sequim. Port Hadlock. cheryllavinrapp@gmail.com. “That was the first and

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Nonstop work leaves little alone time DEAR ABBY: I am a stay-athome mom who doesn’t work. My husband wants me at home, and I’m OK with that, but the problem is, he is now working two jobs and I never see him. When he gets home, he’s so exhausted he can’t keep his eyes open. He sleeps only four hours a night. I’m afraid he will crash and burn from overwork and lack of sleep. I also miss him and want to be with him. With no time together, I feel like I’m losing him. How can I make this work? I don’t want to put pressure on him or make him feel bad, but I need him. I told him I’d get a part-time job, but he said he works for the both of us and that was the end of that conversation.

He seems to be old-fashioned in his views about marriage. Generations ago, husbands I don’t want were expected to be the sole proAbigail lose my mar- vider, but economic reality has Van Buren to riage over this. put an end to that. Do you have Today, both spouses work, any advice that primarily because they need to. might help? It may take mediation along Losing with some input from his doctor Him to make your husband face realin Tennessee ity, but he needs to understand that you are worried sick about Dear Loshim, that you’re not happy with ing Him: I things as they are and that you don’t blame are starting your job search. you for being concerned. Dear Abby: I have been a What your husband is doing widow for almost a year. isn’t healthy for him, for you or I have met someone I really for your marriage. like and we have started to date. It’s time to discuss this with My roommate, “Eva,” encourhim more fully than it appears aged me to meet this man (I’ll you have been able to so far. call him Warren) and get to know

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him if it would make me happy, so I did. Warren and I have a lot in common. We can talk to each other for hours. Eva now tells me she doesn’t like having Warren at the house because it “reminds her of how alone and single” she is. She says she doesn’t want him here even if she isn’t home. This is causing problems because my work schedule makes it easier to have him over for coffee so we can talk before I leave for work, or on days off when she’s at work and I’m at home. When I offer to set Eva up on dates, she refuses. She told me she “hates” men and all of them are nothing but liars and cheaters. Please help. I want to help my friend and also to have a good

Dear Torn: Because of Eva’s aversion to men, continuing to try fixing her up isn’t going to work. You didn’t mention whose name is on the lease, but if it’s Eva’s — and she’s not comfortable with Warren coming to visit — consider moving to a place of your own or in with a roommate who’s not jealous.

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‘Feral’ cat a hungry Hibiscus tea lowers burden for bird lover pressure dramatically NOT ALL VAGRANT cats are feral. Some are pets that were abandoned by their owners, and that is sad to see. The situation created isn’t easily resolved. The cat wants a home. It wants and needs something to eat. That means birds and other small wild creatures acquire another predator. It took months for me to realize this was taking place in our yard. The first sign it was happening was the animal fur accumulating on a cushion for one of the outdoor chairs. I remarked about this to my late husband and mumbled something about people keeping their animals in their own yard. A glimpse of this trespasser was seen from time to time, and I would rap on the window to send it on its way. Did its owners know it was roaming all over the neighborhood? The truth was discovered one cold and wet morning in March. I witnessed the cat crawling from under the neighbor’s house. It looked miserable and scruffy but still tried to groom its long and ragged fur coat. The next time it appeared was a sudden surprise. I was mixing up potting soil in the garden shed. When I looked up for a moment, I was staring into two green and watchful eyes. The cat was curled up on some boxes where it could be out of the weather. That only lasted a few days, and of course I fed it. It was not a wild, feral cat. It was thin, hungry and vocal. I didn’t want a cat and still don’t. The plan was to feed it until I could get it into an animal crate and take it to the humane society. It’s a very large cat and doesn’t want to be put in that cage. The figures on feral cats (or lost ones) are staggering when it comes to their predation on wild birds. Julie Zickefoose is not only an artist and someone who writes about birds; she is also an avian rehabilitator. In her book “The Bluebird Effect,” she presented some numbers that are difficult to comprehend. “Birds die by the hundreds of millions, and more than a billion small mammals die every year at the claws of some of our 90 million pet cats. … An estimated 100

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million additional stray cats add to the Carson ranks of bird and small mammal predators.” If you are a cat person, and there are several in my family, you don’t like to hear these numbers. The sticking point is “responsibility.” These independent animals know how to outwit their owners. They refuse to cooperate because they want to hunt. Right now, I am facing some serious responsibility for the cat someone foisted off on me. This cat wants to be a pet. It wants to move into the house, and my dog has turned into an angry, green-eyed monster. I know what she wants done with their interloper, but I am determined to find it a home. I have an applicant but am still faced with the problem of wrestling a large cat with claws into a cage. Fortunately, the birds have the cat’s number, and now that it is being stuffed with cat food, it isn’t much of a hunter. It prefers to lie on the lawn furniture and wait for the next meal. The feeders have been moved to the center of the lawn where they cannot be sneaked up on. I hope the person or persons who abandoned this affectionate animal are experiencing some guilt for what they have done. That’s probably a futile wish. In the meantime, my goal is the relocation of an animal that would make a great housecat. It has way too much class to be a wild and feral creature. This “feral” cat problem seems impossible to resolve because taking responsibility for it makes almost everyone squirm and look away. I’m trying not to do that.

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Friends and family of Army veteran Ken Sugg dedicated a bench in his name Saturday in Port Angeles waterfront park.

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Marie Marrs, second from left, accepts a plaque naming the new science learning laboratory at NatureBridge in Olympic National Park in her honor. The presentation was made by Stephen Streufert, left, and Becky and Robert Gates, right, at the NatureBridge campus at Lake Crescent.

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OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — A new science learning laboratory at the NatureBridge campus in Olympic National Park has been named in honor of Port Angeles native and longtime educator Marie Brackett Marrs. Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and his wife, Becky, a former Sequim resident, were on hand to present the honor to Marrs on Aug. 29. Becky Gates and Marie Marrs are members of the NatureBridge/ Olympic regional board who have been friends for more than 50 years since they met as students at Washington State University. Stephen Streufert, NatureBridge Pacific Northwest director,

surprised Marrs with the presentation of the name plaque to be mounted inside the new learning laboratory. The lab was created by remodeling the former office building near the entrance to the Rosemary Inn campus at Barnes Point on Highway 101 in Olympic National Park. The work was paid for with donations by the Gateses and the D.V. and Ida J. McEachern Charitable Trust. Robert and Becky Gates live in Skagit County and have been supporters of NatureBridge’s environmental education programs for years. Marrs formerly brought her students from Eagle Harbor High School on Bainbridge Island to NatureBridge when it was known

as the Olympic Park Institute. She joined the NatureBridge board nine years ago, shortly before retiring from teaching. She is a former member of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Education Advisory Council and has been a trainer for special environmental education programs. She is a 1961 graduate of Port Angeles High School and lives at Lake Sutherland with her husband, John Marrs. Founded in 1971, NatureBridge provides environmental science programs for students in national park “outdoor classrooms,” serving more than 30,000 students and teachers at six sites in California and Virginia, as well as Washington.

PORT ANGELES — Members of the American Legion Riders gathered Saturday with friends and family of Army veteran Ken Sugg to dedicate a bench in his name along the town’s waterfront park. Sugg, 44, died of a heart attack while hiking in Olympic National Park on Sept. 27, 2015, said his wife, Terri. The aluminum bench faces the mountains where he enjoyed hiking and riding his bike, said his wife. Terri Sugg credited Ken’s friend and fellow veteran, Kurt Rigby, for spearheading the fundraising campaign to pay for the bench. Ken Sugg served in the Army Signal Corps in Germany and in Iraq from 1989 to 1993. Sugg fished on a commercial fishing boat in Alaska before returning to Oregon to earn his bachelor’s in engineering from the Oregon Institute of Technology. More recently, Sugg was employed by Nippon Paper Industries USA in Port Angeles. “I really appreciate everyone being here” for the dedication, Terri Sugg said. She was joined by two daughters, Brenna and Hannah, at the dedication along with a son, Quinlan.

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Briefly . . . Book group meets soon PORT TOWNSEND — The Northwind Book Arts Group will hold “Pricing: A Panel Discussion” at the Northwind Arts Center, 701 Water St., from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday. All are invited. Three panelists will address the question of striking a balance between too much and not enough while trying to get comfortable talking about money and setting values for work. For more information, phone Ellie Mathews at 360379-3660 or visit www. northwindarts.org/news/ book-arts.

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Marina crew members help dock a sailboat in Point Hudson Marina in Port Townsend.

Festival: Full schedule online CONTINUED FROM C1 All tools will be dropped at noon today, and at 12:30 p.m., the teams will find out if their creations sink or float as they are launched from the beach to northeast of the marina. Awards will be presented at the haulout dock.

Activities ranging from presentations to hands-on activities for children to a variety of ways to get out on the water are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. They are centered around the Northwest Maritime Center at 431 Water St. Parking is limited, so people are encouraged to walk, ride their bikes or

take shuttles from the Haines Place Park & Ride or Port Ludlow Marina or walk two blocks from Memorial Field. Tickets will be sold at the main gate. Northwest Martime Center members get free entry; children 12 and younger also will be admitted free. Adult tickets are $17 for the day, and

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senior, active military and teens are all priced at $12 for one day. Among the presentations will be the “Seawomen of Iceland” at 9:30 a.m., “What to Do When the Captain is Incapacitated” at 10:45 a.m., “A Dozen National Parks in a Wooden Boat” at noon and “HumanPowered Submarine” at 1:30 p.m. Kids’ Cove activities are planned throughout the day. They include boatbuilding, crafts and free rides on a “carousel of the sea.” Dockside tours and sails will be offered on the tall ships Adventuress and the Martha J. An award-winning documentary, “Vanishing Sail” by Alexis Andrews, is scheduled for noon and a play, “Captain Cloud’s Latest Adventure” directed by Joey Pipia of Port Townsend, will be presented at 1 p.m. A full schedule is available online at https://2016wbf.sched.org.

The Ben and Myrtle Walking Memorial Trust is accepting applications for grants for the 2017 year until Friday, Sept. 30. The grants are for new civic and charitable projects to benefit citizens of Port Angeles and Clallam County. To receive an application, mail a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the Ben and Myrtle Walking Memorial Trust, P.O. Box 1588, Port Angeles, WA 98362, and an application will be mailed back to the applicant. After the application is filled out, it is to be mailed

back to the address listed above. For more information, phone Holly Rockwell-Irwin at 360-565-6062.

Fall Roundup PORT ANGELES — The Clallam County Republicans will host their third annual Fall Roundup event at the Home Arts Building at the Clallam County Fairgrounds, 1608 W. 16th St. The event is from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17. Western wear is welcome. Bill Bryant, Republican candidate for governor, is the main speaker, and various other GOP candidates running in the November election for county and state offices also will speak throughout the evening. There will be a Western barbecue and a no-host bar. Bret Wiggins will perform Western songs as an Elvis tribute artist. Advance tickets are $20 per person. Children 12 and younger are admitted free. Tickets will be sold at the door for $25 each. Phone the GOP office at 360-417-3035 to order tickets, or phone Judy O’Donnell at 360-457-1672 with questions. Interested parties also can stop by the GOP office at 509 S. Lincoln St. between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Mondays through Fridays for tickets and more information. Peninsula Daily News

Class: Field trip CONTINUED FROM C1 go, so they take me.” For Reece and some of “I really enjoyed being the other students, this was on the Adventuress,” Reece only one of a handful of said. “I’ve been on over- times they’ve experienced nights with the school the festival. “I’ve lived here for 11 before, so it’s always good to years and only been here meet the new crew.” twice,” Reece said. For some students, such “I know this is a school as Gabe, the festival was trip, but I wish I would’ve nothing new, since he has had more time to see more.” often attended outside of ________ school. Jefferson County Editor/ “I’ve been to almost all of Cydney McFarland can them [the festivals] since Reporter be reached at 360-385-2335, ext. I’ve been alive,” Gabe said. 5550, or at cmcfarland@peninsula “My grandparents love to dailynews.com.


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Elisa Simonsen, assistant manager for 1st Security Bank in Port Angeles, presents a check for $688.22 to Hamilton Elementary School teachers and staff for use at the Port Angeles school. Bank employees and customers donated $344.11, and 1st Security Bank matched the cash amount. In addition, approximately $400 in school supplies was donated by bank employees and customers. From left are Rebecca Gundersen, Amy DelaBarre, Michelle Weber, Kathy Schmidt, Brook Anderson, Trent Pomeroy and Trent Goss.

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PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Christian Women’s Connection will host a “Hats on Review” PORT ANGELES — luncheon at the Port AngeThe Washington Dental les CrabHouse Restaurant, Service Foundation Smile221 N. Lincoln St., from Mobile, which travels the Giving seminar 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. state offering dental serPlanned Giving presen- Tuesday. vices to children who might The cost is $16. tations, sponsored by not otherwise have access The Red Hat Society Olympic Peninsula to dental care, will be in will hold a fashion show of Port Angeles from Monday Humane Society, will take hats. place in Sequim and Port through Friday. Lynne Franz of HermisAngeles. The SmileMobile, ton, Ore., will give a talk, These sessions will staffed by a clinic manager, share information on finan- “Change Brings Opportudentist and dental assistant, will be parked at Jef- cial planning and allow for nity.” Marilyn McNamara will questions. ferson Elementary School, sing during the luncheon. The first will be held at 218 E. 12th St. For luncheon reservathe Boys & Girls Club, 400 Examinations will be tions, phone 360-452-4343. W. Fir St., Sequim, from provided to children from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday. birth up through high Anglers meet The second will take school age Monday and place at the Vern Burton Tuesday. PORT TOWNSEND — Community Center, 308 E. The next meeting for the Treatment appointments will be provided the Fourth St., Port Angeles, East Jefferson Chapter of from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. duration of the stay. Puget Sound Anglers will Additionally, the Smile- Thursday, Sept. 22. be held in the port commisJim Hallett, financial Mobile also will travel to sioners’ building, 333 Joyce and provide services planner and president and Benedict St., at 6:30 p.m. CCO of Hallett Advisors, from Sept. 19-23 at the Tuesday. will present. Crescent School District, The speaker is chapter Planned Giving touches member Gene Laes, who 50350 state Highway 112. SmileMobile staff accept on all aspects of a person’s will give an update on fishlife, including the financial ing around Winter HarApple Health and offer a and emotional. sliding-scale fee based on bour, B.C. Reservations are not family income and size. Refreshments will be required. The SmileMobile is provided, and the public is For more information, operated by Washington invited. Peninsula Daily News Dental Service Foundation, phone the humane society

THIS SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, the 24th annual Sequim Bay Yacht Club Reach for Hospice Regatta will be held on Sequim Bay in support of Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County. The initial Reach for Hospice boat race was held 24 years ago when a group of sailors and hospice supporters raced around Smith Island. Since then, the event has evolved into a sailing regatta on Sequim Bay with multiple boat classes and staggered starts. The hospice provides inhome end-of-life care without charge. It is entirely supported by community donations and grants, and does not bill Medicare or insurance companies for its services. The hospice has nine professional nurses on staff who address symptom management and provide for family support and education. There are also 146 active volunteers who do everything from staffing the office to delivering equipment and providing muchneeded respite care and support for exhausted family members who act as caregivers. Those wishing to make a tax-deductible donation to the Reach for Hospice campaign can do so by mailing a contribution to Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, 540 E. Eighth St., Port Angeles, WA 98362. Include the notation “Reach for Hospice Campaign” on your remittance. This annual community service of the Sequim Bay Yacht Club has raised more than $282,500, all of which has gone to support this unique hospice program.

Harbor hauls Platypus Marine, the full-service shipyard, yacht repair facility and steelboat manufacturer on Marine Drive in Port Angeles, has Bella Nile in the Commander Building. She is a 65-foot Mickelson. I understand personnel will be enlarging the vessel’s props pursuant to engineering drawings provided by Tim Nolan Designs. Platypus also has the open lighter barge YC 1665

Death and Memorial Notice RICHARD ‘DICK’ SIMMONS July 28, 1942 August 31, 2016 Richard Delmar “Dick” Simmons passed away at his home with his wife and stepson by his side. Richard was born July 28, 1942, in Port Angeles. He was raised right here on the Peninsula by Delmar Simmons and Elnor Wickering Simmons. Richard attended Port Angeles High School and went on to join the Marine Corps with his twin brother, Ralph. He managed to tour 13 countries in 13 months. Richard also learned carpentry through an apprenticeship program and received his degree as a construction superinten-

Death Notices Doneen Ivy Penn March 19, 1960 — Sept. 3, 2016

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in the Commander Building. On Friday, Monroe House Movers was scheduled to place the barge on dollies and move it to the North Building, where it will be sandblasted and painted. Platypus was recently awarded a contract to build Logistic Escape Trunks and a collar handling stand for the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Va. On Friday morning, Platypus Marine hauled out Salish Sea Dream, the 80-foot whale-watching boat Armstrong Marine built for Prince of Whales whalewatching tour company in Victoria. Personnel will be touching up the outdrives and the bottom paint. Westport Yachts hauled out Anastar, a 164-foot trilevel luxury Westport yacht built in Port Angeles. The vessel is out of the water for her five-year ABS certification.

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Tesoro’s oil I am frequently asked where Tesoro Petroleum acquires the fuel oil that is used to refuel the ships in the harbor. The majority of the fuel product comes from the Tesoro Refinery in Anacortes, although on occasion, fuel is brought up the coast from California refineries and other refineries in the Puget Sound. Virtually all the fuel is brought in by barge. For example, last Mon-

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olunteer Hospice of Clallam County provides in-home end-of-life care without charge. It is entirely supported by community donations and grants, and does not bill Medicare or insurance companies for its services. day, Dugan Pearsall, a tank barge operated by Olympic Tug and Barge, brought in approximately 1,680,000 gallons of fuel to resupply Tesoro Petroleum’s tank farm on Ediz Hook. The scheduling of the resupply barges is done so their presence does not conflict with refueling operations. Consequently, much of the resupply operations take place during evening hours.

Harbor happenings On Tuesday, Tesoro Petroleum in Port Angeles Harbor provided bunkers to Maratha Prudence, a 577foot bulk carrier that is flagged in the Marshall Islands. On Wednesday, Tesoro bunkered BBC Polonia, a 402-foot general cargo ship that is flagged in Antigua and Barbuda.

_________ David G. Sellars is a Port Angeles resident and former Navy boatswain’s mate who enjoys boats and strolling the area’s waterfronts and boat yards. Items and questions involving boating, marina and industrial activities and the North Olympic Peninsula waterfronts are always welcome. News announcements about boating groups, including yacht clubs and squadrons, are welcome as well. Email dgsellars@hotmail.com or phone him at 360-808-3202.

Death and Memorial Notice GENEVIEVE L. MARTY November 30, 1930 September 5, 2016 Genevieve L. Marty passed away September 5 in Sequim. She was born November 30, 1930, in Muscatine, Iowa. Her parents were Clara and William Thede. She graduated from Muscatine High School in Iowa. Genevieve married her high school boyfriend, Jerome Marty, in 1950. They moved to New Mexico and then for several years to California, where Gen was employed in a medical office. They desired to leave California and relocated to Sequim in 1975. She worked as a Realtor until her retirement. She enjoyed traveling and emailing to stay in

Mrs. Marty contact with relatives and friends. She is survived by her husband, Jerry. At her request, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, a donation would be appreciated to Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, 540 East Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

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phens, Nick and Wilson Simmons and Piim Simmons; great-grandchildren Edward and Emet McDaniels, and Kenzi and Kolby Winters; and a new addition coming soon, Stella Jo. Richard was preceded in death by his parents; his identical twin brother, Ralph Simmons; his sister Colleen Peterson; and brother-in-law Terry Peterson. There will be a celebration of life and memorial on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, at 2 p.m. at Independent Bible Church at 116 East Ahlvers Road, Port Angeles. There will be a ceremony afterward at 142 Old Joe Road, Port Angeles. Linde-Price Funeral Service, Sequim, is handling the arrangements.

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picking berries for jellies. Then he gained interest in winemaking, but his favorite hobby was working in his shop, making wooden trucks and his grandchildren’s exotic wooden rocking chairs. Richard is survived by his loving wife, Sandy Simmons; his daughters, Diane (Barry) Swanberg of Brier, Washington; stepdaughter Laura Stephens of Tumwater, Washington; his sons, Ralph Simmons of Shoreline, Washington and Ron (Tan) Simmons of Shoreline; and stepson Walter J. Stephens of Port Angeles. Richard is also survived by his sister Linda (Gary) Widener of Texas; grandchildren Levi (Mira) McDaniels, Stephanie McDaniels, Casey (Jack) Winters, Hannah Ste-

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PBS looks into a little-known period in Churchill’s life makes a gradual and difficult recovery from a series of strokes that very well could have killed him. He’s played by master of the screen and stage Michael Gambon (“Harry Potter and the Deathly imagine it was easier being a public figure in the ‘50s than it is today. Thanks to the internet, social Hallows: Part 2,” 2011), whose acting career has spanned more than half a century and has earned media and instant photography, the words and him countless accolades. Seldom far from the PM’s actions of today’s politicians and celebrities are side are his wife, Clementine (Lindsay Duncan, spread far and wide almost immediately. “The Honourable Woman”), private secretary and Needless to say, this was not always the case. close friend Jock Colville (Patrick Kennedy, “AtoneBack in Winston Churchill’s day, when that most ment,” 2007) and nurse Millie Appleyard (Romola venerable of men was serving as prime minister Garai, “Amazing Grace,” 2006). of the United Kingdom for the second time, he The film is set in the summer of 1953, a little less suffered a debilitating stroke — and, amazingly, than two years into Churchill’s second run as prime no one knew about it outside his inner circle. A minister. After suffering a stroke during a 10 Downspecial “Masterpiece” drama examines this time ing Street dinner, the PM loses consciousness and in Churchill’s life, in the summer of 1953, while his speech is severely impaired. Determined from the PM relearned how to speak and walk, totally unbeknownst to the majority of the world, or even the start to keep it from the public, he goes ahead with a Cabinet meeting the next morning, before the government. “Churchill’s Secret” airs Sunday, being spirited away to Chartwell, his country seat Sept. 11, on PBS. Widely regarded as one of British history’s most in Kent. “He stayed at his house for months ... nobody influential figures, Churchill has been portrayed numerous times on screen, generally with his iconic saw him,” Gambon told the Independent. “It’s a cigar-mouthed, homburg-topped look. “Churchill’s bit odd. We wouldn’t tolerate that now. If the prime minister had a stroke, we’d know about it two minSecret” takes a look into a little-known period in utes later.” the British Bulldog’s life, as the 78-year-old man By Jacqueline Spendlove TV Media

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To be sure, the level of discretion exercised by everyone close to the PM is impressive, with even Fleet Street being silenced, thanks to the loyalty of three of the most powerful press barons. Most of the characters in the film are based on real people in Churchill’s life, though Nurse Millie is fictional, invented by author Jonathan Smith for his book on which the drama is based. “When I came to write the book, I tried to see the story from the points of view of the powerful central players,” the author explained to the Mirror. “I also wanted to see it as one of the PM’s nurses might have done. So I took a liberty. I made up Nurse Appleyard, the only fic- tional character in ‘Churchill’s Secret.’ She was with Churchill every faltering step of the way, with every breath he took, and she helped unlock the story for me.” Indeed, the respect and fondness that grow between

the felled PM and his no-nonsense nurse are a nice infusion into a largely sad story. Transported to Chartwell without even being told for whom she would be working, Millie takes no guff, either from her often grumbly patient himself or from his boorish, wholly unpleasant son Randolph (Matthew Macfadyen, “Death at a Funeral,” 2007). She sits beside him as his booze-swilling children bicker in the next room, is called in to join the family during movie night, and is an ever-present source of patience and fortitude as Churchill slowly recovers. But why keep it from the public at all? The man who had guided his country through the darkest days of World War II didn’t want the people of England to know that their leader was — for the time being, in any event — incapable of leading. Had Churchill’s stroke become public knowledge, he could have been forced to resign. To make matters more problematic, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden (Alex Jennings, “The Queen,” 2006) — the man expected to step in as Churchill’s successor — was himself in hospital recovering from surgery. Romola Garai as seen in “Churchill’s Secret.”

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Andre Royo (“The Wire”). In spite of its somewhat AVENUE risky subject matter and title, ACTIVE SENIOR LIVING “Masters of Sex” has been a hit with critics. It’s been nomiBy Andrew Warren nated for two Golden Globes, TV Media won two Critics Choice Television Awards and has been Masters of drama: There nominated for nine Emmys, aren’t many people out there winning one of them. who can claim to have revoNot bad for a little show lutionized our understanding about two pioneering sciof an entire field of scientific entists. The fourth season of study. There are even fewer who could also say that they’ve “Masters of Sex” premieres Sunday, Sept. 11, on Showtime. had an acclaimed TV series made about their lives and Future tense: In the nottheir research. so-distant future, the Dr. William Masters and corporations hold all of Virginia Johnson are two the power. It’s a pretty researchers who could make those claims. Showtime’s Gold- common science fiction trope, but it’s one that’s en Globe-nominated drama eminently believable. about their lives and their research, “Masters of Sex,” kicks It’s also the premise behind “Incorporated,” off its fourth season Sunday, the upcoming Syfy show Sept. 11. scheduled to premiere Michael Sheen (“Midnight Wednesday, Nov. 30. in Paris,” 2011) and Lizzy Coming from executive Caplan (“Cloverfield,” 2008) return as Masters and Johnson, producers Ben Affleck (“Argo,” respectively, a pair of research- 2012), Matt Damon (“The Martian,” 2015), Ted Humers who pioneered scientific understanding of human sexu- phrey and Jennifer Todd, “Inality. The duo, working together corporated” will tell the story of a young executive who for more than three decades, puts everything he has on performed research into what the line to infiltrate one of had previously been a taboo the world’s most powerful subject. corporate entities to save “Masters of Sex” uses the woman he loves. Masters and Johnson’s realSean Teale (“Reign”) life professional relationship stars as the smoldering as a backdrop for a gripping fictionalized drama about their Ben Larson, a man born into society’s dregs. personal lives. Its alreadystrong supporting cast is being When the love of his life sells herself into corpoadded to this season by a few new faces who join Sheen and rate servitude to pay Caplan as the show’s ongoing off her family’s debts, he builds a new idenplot moves into the swinging tity for himself and 1970s. starts to climb the corDavid Walton (“About a Boy”) has been cast in a major porate ladder in the hope of finding and role as a prominent attorney rescuing her. Now, he who represents Masters and has a beautiful wife, Johnson in a high-profile case a massive house and the best that pits the state against sciof everything — but if his lie is ence. He’ll be joined by Niecy ever uncovered, he’ll not only Nash (“Scream Queens”), lose all of that, but possibly who has also signed on for a recurring role as an Alcoholics also his life. Anonymous chairperson. It’s not an empty threat, Other stars lined up to apeither. Society has become pear this season include Betty literally divided between the Gilpin (“Nurse Jackie”), Erin “haves” and the “have-nots,” Karpluk (“Being Erica”) and with people living in either the

clean, wealthy and safe “Green Zone” or in the dirty, poor and dangerous “Red Zone.” Allison Miller (“17 Again,” 2009) stars as Ben’s

wife, Lauren, a woman who’s blissfully unaware that she’s married to a lie. Julia Ormond (“Legends of the Fall,” 1994), Dennis Haysbert (“24”) and Eddie Ramos (“Teen Wolf”) round out “Incorporated’s” cast. It’s a tense dystopian future, and it’s coming to screens late this November. Relative ‘Genius’: Nat Geo is experimenting with space and time. The cable channel, known for its documentaries and non-fiction unscripted series, is shifting gears slightly with its first foray into the scripted realm. “Genius,” an anthology series that will tell the life stories of some of history’s greatest thinkers, is in early production, with Oscar-winning director Ron Howard (“A Beautiful Mind,” 2001) lined up to direct the first episode. The first season will tell the story of none other than Albert Einstein, the imaginative patent clerk whose ideas unlocked the power of the atom and unveiled the secrets of gravity. Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush (“Shine,” 1996) has been cast as the German-born physicist, along with actormusician Johnny Flynn (“Brotherhood”), who will play Einstein in his younger years. Based on the critically acclaimed biography “Einstein: His Life and Universe” by Walter Isaacson, the first season of “Genius” will explore not only Einstein’s scientific achievements, but also his volatile life and troubled relationships. Production begins this month, with a planned 2017 release in more than 170 countries and in 45 languages. Lizzy Caplan stars in “Masters of Sex.” PENINSULA DAILY NEWS


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 The Cabin in the Woods

 The Hidden ('87, Thril) Michael Nouri.

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SEPTEMBER 11 - 17, 2016

Entertainment by Luck of the Draw Silent Auction & Raffle Prizes Tickets: $25 - Available at Park View Villas, Jim’s Pharmacy, Crestwood Health & Rehabilitation & Port Angeles Senior Center. Limited Seating. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Hosted by: 691652718

Butternut Squash Soup Garden Fresh Salad Herb-Encrusted Pork Loin Eggplant Parmesan Harvest Blend Roasted Potatoes Green Bean Almadine Warm Apple Crisp a la Mode Berry Pie Sparkling Cider

Supporting our Port Angeles Senior Center Saturday, September 17th, 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Vern Burton Center, 308 E 4th St. in Port Angeles

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