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Peninsula News -- Sunday, October 04, 2015

Donations pour in to fix truck damaged when Sequim man rammed it into alleged hit-and-run driver on Highway 101

PORT ANGELES — Donations have ensured that Jordan Bond can fix his truck.
The Sequim man damaged his 1992 Mazda pickup when he stopped an alleged hit-and-run driver by ramming his truck into the other driver’s after two bicyclists were mowed down on U.S. Highway 101 west of Port Angeles. (continued)

Bremerton man pleads not guilty to voyeurism, child porn charges; trial slated for November in Port Angeles

North Olympic Peninsula police, college personnel train to avert shooting catastrophe like rampage at Oregon college

Charges pending in Highway 104 wreck that injured two Quilcene residents

Injured hospital commissioner now in Port Townsend facility after treatment at Harborview Medical Center

Sequim man accused in Joyce woman's beating death accepts plea offer; no details released

Navy issues final environmental impact document on use of sonar, explosives in waters of Strait of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound and Alaskan canal

Coast Guard cutter Active returns to Port Angeles after successful narcotics patrol

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim lifts burn ban for recreational, barbecue fires in city limits . . . and other items

Candidates discuss timber industry, job creation at Forks forum

Serenity House shelter open to meet overnight needs for homeless in Port Angeles; transportation to site remains an issue

Wednesday concert in Port Townsend inspired by writer’s words

Port Townsend Songlines choir to welcome voices at Tuesday gathering

New director aboard at North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center

Oct. 19 reception set in Port Townsend for new publisher of North Olympic Peninsula publications

EYE ON CLALLAM: Hearing on public donation of Lake Crescent property set Tuesday at county commissioners' meeting

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Port Townsend to mull pay, review water status in Monday meeting

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Two take on new roles at First Federal's Sequim branch . . . and other items

ON THE WATERFRONT: It's back to the Bering Sea for trawler out of Neah Bay

Kettle Falls Five pot growers sentenced to federal prison

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

PREP FOOTBALL: Port Townsend blanks Chimacum for fourth shutout in five games

PREP FOOTBALL: Olympic's defense overwhelms Port Angeles; other area reports

PREP SPORTS: Quilcene volleyball tested but remains unbeaten; other area reports

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