McDonald Creek Bridge set to open late morning on Monday, April 30

After months of construction and detours, the new McDonald Creek Bridge tentatively opens late morning, Monday, April 30. Pat McElroy,… Continue reading

City reaffirms stance to keep John Wayne Marina public

While Port of Port Angeles staff and commissioners continue their fact-gathering process on the John Wayne Marina and consider its… Continue reading

City considers Prairie Street for possible congestion relief

As Washington Street’s traffic flow continues to grow, drivers could be looking a few blocks south for a new option.… Continue reading

USA Today nominates Sequim for ‘Best Small Town for Shopping’

Following last year’s win as “Best Northwestern Small Town” by USA Today’s 10Best Awards, Sequim has been nominated this year… Continue reading

Sequim Schools moving forward with capital projects

Chain link fencing went up around the Sequim Community School last week, and district administration officials say the school is… Continue reading

Volunteers create another ‘Beautiful Day’

For its second year, community members came together to beautify different parts of Sequim as part of the Sequim Beautiful… Continue reading

Spotlight on youth at annual Sequim Sunrise Rotary dinner-auction

Sequim Sunrise Rotary dinner, live and silent auction When: 5 p.m. Saturday, April 28 Where: Guy Cole Events Center, 202… Continue reading

11-year-old Sequim Girl Scout sells most cookies in Western Washington

After selling 3,000-plus Girl Scout cookies last year, 11-year-old Paige Krzyworz knew she could go even higher. And she did. Continue reading...

Royalty readying for fun flowing Irrigation Festival

Irrigation Festival royalty recently spent an afternoon under Sequim’s sunny skies, and among irrigated crops for their annual photo shoot. Continue reading...

Sequim High School’s “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying” runs for three weekends starting May 4. Photo courtesy Megan Hughes

SHS actors look to “Succeed in Business” with latest operetta

Tickets are on sale for Sequim High School’s latest operetta “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.” Shows begin Continue reading...

Irrigation Festival profile: Grand Marshal Dave McInnes

Editor’s note: this is the third profile of Sequim Irrigation Festival pioneers leading up to the 123rd festival set for Continue reading...


Business briefs — April 18, 2018

Black Press acquires Alaska dailies David Black, chairman and owner of Black Press, LTD of Victoria, B.C., announced last week Continue reading...

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Starbucks finishes remodel in Sequim store

After a few weeks of renovations, Sequim Starbucks, 1095 W. Washington St., reopened Monday, April 16. During the closure, staff Continue reading...



Milestone: ‘Hands-on History’ winners earn scholarships

Five winners were named in the Hands-On History competition held April 15. The students are Peter Zelenka, Cecilia Estrada Elena,… Continue reading

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Milestone: Soroptimist group selects VanderVelde for student honor

Each month Soroptimist International of Sequim recognizes an outstanding female senior from Sequim High School. April’s Girl of the Month… Continue reading

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