Trustees to consider new construction vs. remodel of Sequim Library

To add on or to start anew. Officials with the North Olympic Library System are closing in on a plan… Continue reading

OPA reps OK with district decision

As Sequim School District moves forward with its capital projects, Olympic Peninsula Academy staff and board representatives say they’re not… Continue reading

State says Sequim elk herd numbers being thinned due to causing local crop damage

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife reports Sequim’s Roosevelt Elk herd is once again being thinned due to its… Continue reading

City looks to improve curbs, sidewalks by Carrie Blake Park

With pickleball courts being readied for construction in Carrie Blake Community Park, staff with the City of Sequim look to… Continue reading

Graffiti wall depicting gun image at skate park angers local residents

Recent graffiti at the Sequim Skate Park is leading the City of Sequim to enact a new policy at its… Continue reading

Sequim grad seeks UW to stop using pigs for paramedic training

For close to three years, Sequim grad and current University of Washington student Victoria Cummins has worked with animal advocates… Continue reading

Search Advertising Remains One of the Best Ways to Reach Customers

Every search can be considered a signal of intent, giving advertisers a massive opportunity.

Community, family, and frozen yogurt

Family-owned frozen yogurt shop 609 West Washington, Suite 11, Sequim Tentative opening: End of March, final date to be announced Continue reading...

‘Heisenberg’ set to show at Port Angeles theater

‘Heisenberg’ Directed by Jim Dries When: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23-24, March 6, 9 and 2:00 p.m. Feb. 25, for the Continue reading...

Wrestling: Pierson places second at MatClassic

In the end, only one person — and three points - stood between Kiara Pierson and an elusive state title. Continue reading...

Traveler’s Journal: On safari in Botswana and Tanzania

Traveler’s Journal When: 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22 Where: Sequim High School library, 601 N. Sequim Ave. Cost: Suggested $5 Continue reading...

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Sports

OPRA team members compete at ‘Ergomania’

Seventeen adult and junior athletes from the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association (OPRA) competed at The Northwest Indoor Rowing Championships (Ergomania)… Continue reading

 

Sequim hoopsters get extra training

Sequim hoopsters take time out of a busy prep schedule to get some extra training in with Jimmy Anderson of… Continue reading

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Life

Milestone: Rockenbrant-Gaurano engagement

Don and Annette Rockenbrant of Sequim are excited to announce the wedding of their son, Jeffrey Rockenbrant to Charlene Gaurano… Continue reading

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Faith news — Feb. 21, 2018

Interfaith choir offers concert The Interfaith Peace Choir present a “Concert and Community Sing” to celebrate World Interfaith Harmony at… Continue reading

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Marketplace

Brand Websites in the Mobile, Cross-Device Era

What does the distributed, multi-device reality mean for the original channel — the brand website?

 

Programmatic Buying is Changing Digital Advertising for Local Advertisers

Programmatic provides advertisers more options for controlling their spend and who sees their ads.

 

Native Advertising: A Meaningful Way to Break Through the Clutter

Native advertising provides valuable information to audiences when they’re most receptive to it.

 

Digital Video Represents a Fast-Growing Opportunity for Marketers

Video marketing is a powerful tool for marketers to tell their stories in uniquely resonant ways.

 

Opinion

Guest column: Despite uncertainty, most school levies make the grade

Many state lawmakers may view what happened on Election Night (Feb. 13) as a sign they didn’t screw things up… Continue reading

 

Letters To The Editor — Feb. 21, 2018

Legislative in-action Here is your Rogue’s Gallery on School Shootings and Dead Children. Thoughts and prayers from Senators: • John… Continue reading

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