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Peninsula News -- Thursday, October 08, 2015

Sequim to pay $35,000 settlement to man punched by officer

SEQUIM — The city has agreed to pay a settlement of $35,000 to a man punched by a police officer in 2013.
The settlement agreed upon Monday prevents a federal lawsuit on behalf of Morgan Weimer, 48, from proceeding to jury trial and does not hold the city liable for the incident. (continued)

Volunteers sought for butterfly bush removal at Morse Creek on Saturday

FBI assists Port Angeles police in search for bank robber

Man arrested in Sequim on felony warrant for alleged child sex crimes in San Diego County

Former North Olympic Peninsula resident's death in Lynnwood determined to be homicide; investigation ongoing

Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival to scuttle into Port Angeles starting Friday

Olympic Medical Center CEO: Sequim likely to be site of next round of construction

Port Angeles City Council picks top fluoridation questions for Oct. 22 forum

Port Townsend Paper mill restarting today after early shutdown tied to maintenance, water use

OUTDOORS: Sekiu's reputation for coho is well deserved

Tractor-trailer veers to miss pickup; lands in ditch on Highway 101 west of Port Angeles

Gary Locke, former state governor, to speak at Democrats' fundraiser at 7 Cedars on Oct. 23

Port Angeles High School singers to perform Friday in 'Spotlight Nightclub'

City of Port Angeles to negotiate new contract with chamber for visitor center

Celtic singer-songwriter arrives in Coyle on Friday amid national tour

Port Angeles Library concert Friday will celebrate renovated children’s area

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Vintage shop now open in Port Angeles . . . and other items

NEWS BRIEFS: Mad Hatter’s Tea on Friday in Sequim . . . and other items

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay and Port Townsend hold onto spots in Associated Press poll

PREP SPORTS: Port Angeles girls soccer tops Klahowya for first time in 15 seasons; Quilcene volleyball falls for first time

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