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Peninsula News -- Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Port Angeles port commissioners reject sale of acreage to waterfront company

PORT ANGELES — The Port of Port Angeles rang up “no sale” Tuesday on 4 acres of harbor front that Platypus Marine Inc. wants to buy.
Port commissioners voted unanimously to instruct their executive director to continue pursuing a lease of the land that Platypus already occupies at Marine Drive and Cedar Street. (continued)


More than a name change: State Liquor Control Board will get new title and become authority on medical marijuana licenses

Port Townsend students to show off results of Maritime Discovery Initiative’s first year in open house tonight

Port Townsend ­steampunk festival grows into its ‘critical mass’ with fourth installment

North Olympic Peninsula unemployment rates show decrease in new figures

Salvation Army leaders transferring from Port Angeles to Bremerton at end of June

Port Angeles Salvation Army's new space nears completion as organization seeks funds to create permanent shelter

Port Angeles School Board to consider 11 new teaching positions Thursday

Clallam County secures discount medications with agreement

Aging well topic of Sequim wellness forum June 10

Two sets of siblings to put on Port Townsend show Friday

Port Angeles students send tools to help orthopedic surgeons in Nepal

Patience Rogge, noted Jefferson County historian and open-meetings champion, dies at 78

Port Townsend summer walking tours to start June 6

Queen of Angels concert highlights student leaders

Two Peninsula school musicals nominated for top awards in Seattle

Association’s Olympic Peninsula chapter honors public safety officials

‘House of Learning’ film to be screened in Forks on Friday

Father, son artists to display work, speak at Peninsula College on Thursday

‘Brits and friends’ theme of Candlelight Concert in Port Townsend on Thursday

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles town hall meeting on heroin planned Thursday night . . . and other items

STATE GOLF PREVIEW: North Olympic Peninsula golfers aiming for hardware at state tournaments

PREP SOFTBALL: Sophomore transfer Taylar Clark pays dividends for two Port Angeles teams

PREP SPORTS: Sequim's Rhodefer and Hurn on Olympic League 2A baseball first team; seven Chimacum players on Olympic League 1A softball team

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