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Peninsula News -- Friday, April 24, 2015

Police pull woman to safety at Port Angeles City Pier after suicide threats; officers to be nominated for award

PORT ANGELES — A woman threatening to commit suicide was pulled to safety from the top deck of the viewing tower at Port Angeles City Pier, city police said.
Officers Allen Brusseau and Brian Stamon made a “quick decision” to grab the woman and pull her over the railing to the floor of the observation deck Wednesday night, Deputy Police Chief Brian Smith said. (continued)

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Two on Peninsula charged with selling illegal drugs

Earth Day, Arbor Day feted this weekend across North Olympic Peninsula

Volunteers to pull trash off beaches Saturday as annual Washington Coast Cleanup gets underway

Veterans memorial services in Port Angeles at 1 p.m. today

Panel urges Opportunity Fund money for Port of Port Angeles composites recycling center

Principal at Port Townsend’s Grant Street Elementary School finds post in Bellingham

Proposed restaurant among plans discussed to increase the use and visibility of Fort Worden State Park

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Sequim riding center offers soil additive sale Saturday . . . and other items

Port Townsend student runner-up in herpetologist contest, seeks funds toward travel, food, miscellaneous costs

Peninsula activists opposed to Arctic drilling plan to gather at Port Angeles Farmers Market table Saturday

Flamingos flock on Sequim lawns to raise funds for sober graduation party

NEWS BRIEFS: PoetrySlam set Monday at Port Angeles Library . . . and other items

Gov. Inslee calls for special session of Legislature to start this Wednesday

WEEKEND: Brinnon fetes loyalty with big parade today

WEEKEND: Craig Buhler, Witherow to perform in Sequim tonight

WEEKEND: Trash transforms into treasure at tonight’s Trashion Show in Forks

WEEKEND: Forks celebrates rivers, oceans with RainFest starting tonight

WEEKEND: Key City opens three-week run of ‘TANSTAAFL’ tonight (Friday)

WEEKEND: Kitchens on display during Saturday tour on Marrowstone Island

WEEKEND: This year could be last for Jeffco Expo, Port Townsend organizer says; events get underway Saturday

WEEKEND: Eagles on wing highlight of Neah Bay fest Saturday

WEEKEND: Family of Friends band to liven stage in Sequim on Saturday afternoon

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFLY: Caribbean dance music at Manresa Castle tonight . . . and other things you need to know

WEEKEND: Writers from 12 to 90 years old to gather at Sequim theater for poetry reading Sunday

WEEKEND: Other area events on North Olympic Peninsula

WEEKEND: Port Townsend Community Orchestra celebrates dance music Sunday

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Northwest Cup kicks off with downhill racing at Dry Hill

SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles BMX track opens this weekend . . . Adult slowpitch softball signups

PREP SPORTS: Rae strikes out 18 as Quilcene softball downs La Conner; other area reports

YOUTH SPORTS: Baseball and softball roundup

SPORTS BRIEFS: Boys and Girls Club golf tourney . . . Jefferson County Softball registration

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