The larger the circle on this map northeast of Port Orchard, the larger the earthquake. About a dozen quakes struck in about an 18-hour span beginning around noon Wednesday.
The larger the circle on this map northeast of Port Orchard, the larger the earthquake. About a dozen quakes struck in about an 18-hour span beginning around noon Wednesday. Pacific Northwest Seismic Network Courtesy
The larger the circle on this map northeast of Port Orchard, the larger the earthquake. About a dozen quakes struck in about an 18-hour span beginning around noon Wednesday. Pacific Northwest Seismic Network Courtesy

Small quakes shake Kitsap Peninsula

May 04, 2017 06:56 AM

UPDATED May 04, 2017 03:43 PM

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