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Peninsula News -- Sunday, April 19, 2015

Next step for Port Angeles' giant visitor: floating alone in harbor

PORT ANGELES — It may be up to a week before the Polar Pioneer towering above the town in Port Angeles Harbor is offloaded from the semi-submersible heavy-lift ship MV Blue Marlin, which piggybacked the huge mobile oil rig from Asia.
It will remain in the harbor for at least another week before it is towed to Seattle. (continued)

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Charges added in murder-attempt-by-insulin case in Port Angeles

Some Olympic Medical Center buildings could come down for new structure

Trial reset to July 13 in Joyce-area slaying

Composites recycling center in Port Angeles gains funding, interest

WEEKEND: Gun shows, other events on tap on North Olympic Peninsula today

WEEKEND: Kayak festival concludes in Port Angeles today with paddle around harbor

WEEKEND: Comedy 'Moon Over Buffalo' in Port Angeles; matinee today

Olympic National Park waking up for spring visits

All-ages concert to strum at Port Angeles waterfront location

Clallam septic system owners eligible for inspection rebates

AAUW kitchen tour to highlight variety this coming Saturday

Rescued birds, flute music to be offered Saturday in Gardiner in honor of Earth Day

Shoreline erosion workshop May 2 in Sequim to offer alternatives to hard armoring

EYE ON CLALLAM: Commissioners to consider hospital funding

NEWS BRIEFS: Forest fire managers to burn brush this week . . . and other items

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Commissioners to hear annual report from Team Jefferson

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Composites plant rising near Boeing site . . . and other items

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

PREP SPORTS: Sequim boys soccer blanks Bremerton; other area reports

TRACK AND FIELD: Port Angeles' Butler wins twice at league meet; other area reports

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