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Peninsula News -- Friday, September 04, 2015

'Everything I own is down there': Woman working on film eyes restoration after boat submerged near Port Townsend is raised

PORT TOWNSEND — A boat that was submerged near Port Townsend Boat Haven during last week's storms was pulled from the water Thursday while its owner made plans for its restoration to seaworthiness. (continued)

Nippon working on deadening boiler’s steam valve noise following complaints

Elwha officer arraignment on fourth-degree assault charge set Tuesday after alleged fight

Hollywood Beach reopens after high-level bacteria contamination

Clallam deputy saves mobile home resident, pets from Port Angeles blaze

Port Angeles City Council considers agreement with public television group for local access channel

State to buy 1,310 acres of forest land near Dabob Bay for $3.96 million

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim Civic Center exhibit open this evening . . . and other items

‘Pit-to-pier’ firm to appeal after lawsuit against Navy over easement is dismissed

Registration open for Stephenie Meyer book-signing in Forks on Sept. 12

Peninsula fourth-graders can get free passes to national parks

OUTDOORS: Wild coho retention allowed on ocean; West End rivers reopened to fishing

OUTDOORS: Rainfall raises, reopens some Peninsula rivers to recreational fishing

WEEKEND: Sir Tom Stoppard's plays open tonight on Sequim stage; two shorts run through Sept. 20

WEEKEND: First Friday Art Walk to feature music, art and the color blue in Sequim

WEEKEND: Fort Worden to be 'battlefield' during Civil War re-enactment starting Saturday

WEEKEND: Four artists to be featured at Cutting Garden Art Center in Sequim starting today

WEEKEND: Fur traders camp re-enacted today through Sunday south of Carlsborg

WEEKEND: Contra dances make return Saturday to Black Diamond Community Hall near Port Angeles

WEEKEND: New art shows on hand in Port Townsend’s monthly Gallery Walk on Saturday

WEEKEND: Lobo del Mar to perform in Quilcene for museum benefit Saturday

WEEKEND: Uncle Bonsai trio to perform original songs in cabaret-style concert Saturday in Port Townsend

WEEKEND: Songwriter to perform in Coyle Concerts in the Woods this Saturday

WEEKEND: New Cider Garden to open in Chimacum with food, music this Saturday, Sunday

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Author J.A. Jance to present new book in Port Angeles on Sept. 11 . . . and other items

WEEKEND: Other area events on North Olympic Peninsula

BUSINESS BRIEF: Viking Sew & Vac open house set for Sept. 12 in Port Angeles

State Supreme Court rules against in sex trafficking case

All of Olympic National Park open to visitors after storm

PREP FOOTBALL: Doubleheader in Port Townsend kicks off season

WOMEN'S SOCCER: Peninsula looking to score more, concede even less this season

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula opens home slate Saturday against North Idaho; special contests planned this season

SPORTS: Port Angeles native Coughenour producing TV show on KOMO

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