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Peninsula News -- Thursday, December 18, 2014

Tree top, downed in storm and dangling from wire, is decorated for holidays by festive locals

INDIAN ISLAND — Passers-by acting with equal parts whimsy and holiday spirit have decorated a remnant of storm damage, making it into an inverted Christmas tree.
High winds during last week's storms blew the top off a Douglas fir standing more than 100 feet tall, according to Marrowstone Island resident Chip Hoins. (continued)

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Port Angeles council stays the course for marketing, visitor center as Chamber of Commerce keeps both contracts

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Port Angeles Food Bank supplies stretching amid increased need

Business leaders question bond proposal to replace Port Angeles High School

OUTDOORS: Razor clam digs planned for holiday season

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BUSINESS BRIEFS — New mortgage loan processor hired in Sequim . . . and other items

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PREP SPORTS: Quilcene boys basketball edges Clallam Bay 40-37; other area reports

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