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Peninsula News -- Monday, March 02, 2015

Washington flu season — most deadly in years — is slowing down, but is not over

SEATTLE — The deadliest flu season in Washington state in at least five years is winding down, but it’s not yet over.
State health officials said state labs have confirmed at least 120 flu deaths since the season started in September, but only a fraction of those who die from the flu are tested for the virus. (continued)


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One sent to hospital after Sunday wreck on U.S. Highway 101 in Port Angeles

Port Angeles fireworks ban decision expected at Tuesday meeting of City Council

Jamestown S’Klallam remain cautious while discussions of tribal marijuana businesses elsewhere continue

EYE ON OLYMPIA: Region’s lawmakers see some of their bills pass on to chamber floors while others are blocked

Port Townsend Library’s new director eyes public outreach as she settles into post

Tsunami siren tests slated for noon today on North Olympic Peninsula

Writers offer readings in magic-realism style Tuesday in Port Angeles

Port Ludlow man home after weekend crash on Highway 104 near Hood Canal Bridge sent him to Seattle hospital

NEWS BRIEFS: Mason bee care lecture scheduled today in Sequim . . . and other items

NEWS BRIEFS: Man unhurt in wreck off Highway 20 near Discovery Bay . . . and other items

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Port Angeles physical therapist earns certificate for pelvic issues . . . and other items

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Port Townsend council to consider bond sales for Mountain View repairs today

EYE ON CLALLAM: Economic Development Council funding options on table again at meeting today

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Peninsula puts finishing touches on region title with 87-20 rout of Shoreline

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Peninsula falls to Shoreline but still advances to conference tournament

BOYS BASKETBALL: Neah Bay returning to state after holding off hot-shooting Three Rivers Christian

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Neah Bay clinches second consecutive state berth by shutting down Bickleton

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