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ANOTHER NEWSY DAY on the North Olympic Peninsula!
Our website, www.peninsuladailynews.com, has the highlights, but the print edition of the Peninsula Daily News has 40 percent more stories and photos. (continued)

HEALTH CARE — Free clinics in Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend help local residents with care and advice

Abortion referral a practicality, not policy, Jefferson Healthcare says following ACLU letter on pregnancy termination services

MEASLES — How does your local school rank? A new look as state lists percentage of school measles exemptions

MEASLES — Peninsula health officials emphasize importance of vaccination against measles; new dates, times for no-cost shots

HURRY — Deadline is Friday for your Clallam County Community Service Award nomination

WANTED — A few good Jefferson County heroes for Heart of Service award (Don't delay — deadline March 23)

ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING — Department of Natural Resources says 'not interested' in participating with Navy

ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING — Questions raised about Sequim City Council at closed-door Navy-Jamestown S'Klallam meeting

Port Angeles among coolest towns in America, according to Web travelogue

Crowning glory: Clallam County Fair queen, princess named

Events get Port Angeles panel's nod for thousands of dollars in lodging tax money

Port Ludlow man in Seattle hospital after wreck Saturday afternoon

March 16 trial for man charged in Port Angeles burglaries

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

Kilmer, Quileute tribe protest postponed dredging in Quillayute Harbor

WEEKEND: Afternoon of song Sunday in Port Townsend to aid Dove House

ON THE WATERFRONT WITH DAVID G. SELLARS: Admiral's barge looms large at Platypus Marine in Port Angeles

John Turnow: Villain or Victim book signing set in Port Angeles, Sequim this weekend

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Port Townsend council to consider bond sales for Mountain View repairs in Monday gathering

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

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

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

BASKETBALL: Neah Bay teams advance to state; Peninsula College teams moving on to postseason

SPORTS BRIEFS: Former area athletes excelling off the Peninsula

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