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Peninsula News -- Saturday, October 25, 2014

WEEKEND: Haunted houses pop up on Peninsula

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Oct. 24.
As Halloween approaches, the North Olympic Peninsula will be host to ghouls, ghosts and other creatures that go bump in the night as haunted houses open up for horror business. (continued)

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'No one should have to die the way she did': Daughter of woman brutally killed in Joyce home seeks justice

Ballots still streaming in for auditors; 15% returned in Clallam while Jefferson gets 21% back

Ex-volunteer coach in Sequim gets 60 days after guilty plea

Forks man rescued by chance in Idaho wilds

OUTDOORS: Rainbow trout planted in three North Olympic Peninsula lakes

WEEKEND: Feasts, festivals celebrate fall abundance of Peninsula

WEEKEND: Halloween events scare up fun across Peninsula

WEEKEND: Spooktacular Drag Off will manifest in Port Angeles on Saturday night

WEEKEND: Two harpists, guitarist to collaborate in Port Townsend on Saturday

WEEKEND: Fundraiser workouts for 'Pink Up' on Saturday

WEEKEND: Country band to bring love of country to Port Ludlow on Saturday

WEEKEND: Harvest Hoedown on Saturday night to benefit Port Angeles Farmers Market

WEEKEND: Bandleader Stone to stage free big band concert Saturday

WEEKEND: Chili cook-off, Seahawks ‘Rock Out’ among Peninsula offerings

WEEKEND: Poet to speak at Port Townsend bookstore Saturday

WEEKEND: Patchy Sanders to bring new folk sound to Coyle on Sunday

WEEKEND: Port Townsend Community Orchestra set to open season Sunday

'Spring Awakening,' Tony-winning musical, hits the stage in Victoria

Whale evolution topic of Saturday discussion in Port Angeles

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFLY — Readers Theatre Plus production wraps up ... and coming events

NEWS BRIEFS — RSVP needed by Saturday for meeting of single seniors in Port Townsend . . . and other items

WOMEN'S SOCCER: Defense carries Peninsula College to 0-0 draw with Highline

MEN'S SOCCER: Peninsula College unbeaten streak snapped in 1-0 loss to Highline

PREP SPORTS: Port Townsend volleyball tops Crescent in nonleague contest; other area reports

SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula College hosting fall hoops league . . . Sequim High School graduates honored for college volleyball play

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