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Peninsula News -- Monday, September 15, 2014

Boat sinks near Pleasant Harbor; 4 make it to shore safely

BRINNON — A 65-foot pleasure craft sank near Pleasant Harbor on Sunday, leaving a thin sheen of fuel on the water and a smell of diesel in the air.
All four people involved got off the boat, Avalon, and made it ashore at Pleasant Harbor State Park in a skiff that had been towing the vessel, Coast Guard Petty Officer Jordan Akiyama said. (continued)


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Registration open for Peninsula College Crab Run on Oct. 11 in Port Angeles

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COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula College men and women sweep Shoreline to remain undefeated

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