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octopus800 Unnecessary Temptations - Opinion by Dale Wilson Can there be anyone more toxic to the local business district than Edna Petersen?  Will someone please help me understand where and how she gets any status in this community other than the money she married...
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IMG_1016 (1) What don’t Canadians like about Americans? The Canadian Prime Minister points out a weakness we may all share. by Billy Blackrum - Back a couple of months ago our new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was preparing for a trip to the White House. Note that the honeymoon is not yet over but it will soon be time to change the PJs. During...
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Lee the fixer What’s In A Name? The Carnegie Building by Eulalia - The April 5th City Council meeting was, for the most part, pretty uneventful. The “crooked four” desperately wants to rid themselves of the waters of dissent they have created via their dams of arrogance. The meeting began, as usual, with...
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octopus800 What Are We Fighting For? by Tyler - Locally, as well as in towns throughout America and abroad, people are engaged in conflicts of varying scales. In countries outside of America, people are engaged in armed battles with members of their own countries. In others, people are fighting...
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An endangered female orca leaps from the water while breaching in Puget Sound west of Seattle, as seen Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014 from a federal research vessel that has been tracking the whales. The orca is from the J pod, one of three groups of southern resident killer whales that frequent the inland waters of Washington state. They were listed as endangered in 2005 and are genetically and behaviorally distinct from other killer whales, eating salmon rather than marine mammals, making sounds that are considered a unique dialect and spend time in tight, social groups. The orcas number about 80, and face potential threats from lack of prey, toxins and the effects of vessels and noise. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson) Orca Advocates Determined to Ensure Their Survival by Carol Turner - Orca Advocates Determined to Ensure Their Survival Southern Resident Killer Whales (SRKWs) have the “dubious honor” of being one of eight at-risk species featured in “Species in the Spotlight,” a NOAA Fisheries program designed to prevent extinctions. So explained Lynne...
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octopus800 Support Port O Call by Port O Call supporter - Support the Port O Call.. As a reader, and someone who has cared about the area for a long time, I have my opinions. After all the years of sitting at meetings of all types in the community, and then...
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Council Member Cherie Kidd swearing in at Ethics Hearing She Lied! By Dale Wilson - Deputy Mayor Cherie Kidd lied, under oath–to the Ethics Committee. Repeatedly. She also learned a new word, “crescendo.” She used it eight times, or more, attempting to describe an event that never happened. Ethics Committee chair, Frank Prince tried to...
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audit Local Candidate Filing Opens Soon - The five-day candidate filing period for several local elected offices is nearly underway in Clallam County. Residents may file for candidacy in person at the Auditor’s Office, 223 E. 4th St., Suite 1 in Port Angeles, from Monday, May 16...
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CityofSequim_logo_color-300x300[1] City of Sequim Call for Entertainment on the Plaza - SEQUIM–The City of Sequim is excited to offer the opportunity for artists to perform onthe Civic Center plaza, located at 152 West Cedar Street. Applications are being acceptedfrom entertainers for this new program which will be held twice a month...
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tolls Unpaid tolls pile up, drivers must pay-up - Server glitch means big Washington state toll bills for 8,200 drivers A $1,300 bill for highway tolls? It’s not a mistake About 126,000 transactions piled up over 12 months Drivers who enjoyed delayed bills will now have to pay up...
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octopus800 New Oklahoma Law Discourages Civil Asset forfeiture - By RICK M. GREEN The Oklahoman | 0 comments OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Mary Fallin signed into law Thursday a bill saying judges may award attorney fees to people whose assets were unjustly seized by law enforcement. Other more far-reaching legislation...
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Swearing In Cherie Kidd Cherie Kidd investigated for perjury - Port O Call has called for an investigation of Deputy Mayor Cherie Kidd suggesting she committed perjury when she gave testimony, under oath, at the Ethics Committee hearing. Brian Smith, acting Chief of Police for Port Angeles tuned the investigation...
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octopus800 Nebraska ends civil forfeiture without conviction of a crime - Nebraska Just Abolished Civil Forfeiture, Now Requires A Criminal Conviction To Take Property Institute For Justice We are the national law firm for liberty. Follow on Forbes  (44) Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.   Nick Sibilla, Contributor...
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LTE The “People” Have Their Say by Janet Kailin - I have been out and about in our city collecting signatures on the petition to revise city government and bring about new elections for our City Council. Everywhere I’ve gone I’ve met people who are eager to sign. I daresay...
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775585_orig Clallam County Democrats: Membership meeting and more, Saturday, April 23rd - Clallam County Democrats   The membership meeting this month is a twofold event. The regularBusiness Meeting of the membership will begin a 9:30 am. It will be followed by a Membership Bazaar.  The agenda and information follow:   I.  BUSINESS...
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Pet Posse: Missing Pet Alerts.

Smeagol (1) MISSING Blue Point Siamese near Dungeness Spit - MISSING since 10/5/15: Smeagol, a 13 year old blue point Siamese cat. He is neutered and wearing a blue breakaway collar which may or may not be on him. He decided to   sneak outside Monday evening and has not...
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Port O Call Pet Adoption Notices.

serinity Renny - Renny is a 6 year old rat terrier mix. She is spayed and up to date on her shots.  She is a happy, funny girl that loves to play in the water.  She would make a great family pet with...
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