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What’s in a name? Quite a bit for Sequim city councilors, in regard to Carrie Blake Park’s Guy Cole Mini-Convention… Continue reading
Wookies. Tauntans. Ugnaughts. Since the 1970s, this mix of creatures has made an impact in the Star Wars universe helping… Continue reading
With cheers and paddles in the air, members of the Sequim Picklers pickleball group celebrated on Monday night construction moving… Continue reading
Editor’s note: this story originally appeared in Peninsula College’s newspaper The Buccaneer on Nov. 16, 2017. Some details have been… Continue reading
Family, friends and representatives with the City of Sequim learned last week that Sequim City Councilor John Miller, 62, died… Continue reading
Despite a small roster this season and some gaps at certain weight classes, the Wolves’ wrestling squad came close to Continue reading...
Diners got a taste of Hollywood on Dec. 5 at Sequim’s Blondie’s Plate, 134 South Second Ave. Staff and customers Continue reading...
Charges are pending against a Port Angeles woman who allegedly struck a fire district medical vehicle with her car while… Continue reading
Celebrate solstice at Blue Mountain Yoga+ Blue Mountain Yoga+, at 803 Carlsborg Road, Suite D, is hosting a day-long celebration Continue reading...
One meet in and the Wolves’ boys swim team is in the race for districts. Two relays teams and one… Continue reading
Despite a small roster this season and some gaps at certain weight classes, the Wolves’ wrestling squad came close to… Continue reading
The sixth-annual Veterans Holiday Dinner will be at Smugglers Landing, 115 E. Railroad Ave. in Port Angeles on Sunday, Dec.… Continue reading
Thanks to festive cyclists Thank you to the Sequim-Dungeness Valley cyclists that give to our community and county, a wondrous… Continue reading
Over the past four decades, while we as a country have been moving forward on racial justice and gender equality… Continue reading