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Peninsula News -- Thursday, May 26, 2016

Gray whale’s body submerged as science, study tool for Port Townsend Marine Science Center

PORT TOWNSEND — A juvenile gray whale found dead near Seattle earlier this month has been submerged off Indian Island so natural predators will clean the massive carcass and provide an educational tool for the Port Townsend Marine Science Center. (continued)


Olympic Discovery Trail closed along Port Angeles waterfront until Friday for cleanup

Trump, Clinton tops in state, with Jefferson County going for Sanders in presidential primary

OUTDOORS: Edmonds kayaker catches record 124-pound halibut off Neah Bay

Second Medic 1 fee hike mulled in Port Angeles

Memorial Day events lined up in Peninsula communities

Sequim updates nuisance codes with hopes of quicker compliance

Letter carriers collect big for Sequim Food Bank during Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

Sequim city attorney’s retirement raises eyebrows

Candlelight Concert featuring all-male group set tonight in Port Townsend

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim’s Carrie Blake Park project work to start Tuesday . . . and other items

STATE TRACK PREVIEW: Sequim's Herrera, Clallam Bay's Willis chasing state titles

STATE SOFTBALL: Bentz sisters endure injuries to play together one final season and lead Sequim to state

STATE GOLF ROUNDUP: All four North Olympic Peninsula teams earn top-10 finishes

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