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Following devastating news that 10 acres of their spring crops were eaten by migrating birds after a heavy February snowfall,… Continue reading
A looming deadline to connect to the Carlsborg Sewer Project could mean a difference in hundreds-of-thousands of dollars for Sequim… Continue reading
Clallam County commissioners have approved more than $1 million in contracts to organizations devoted to fighting homelessness. Commissioners on Feb.… Continue reading
Sequim School District superintendent Gary Neal isn’t leaving his position just yet. Neal, one of four finalists for the superintendent… Continue reading
Olympic Theatre Arts is hosting a special “talk back” performance of “Death of a Salesman” on Thursday, March 14 with Continue reading...
After more than a month delay, six girls compete for a coveted spot on the Sequim Irrigation Royalty at the Continue reading...
Serenity House Thrift Store’s Designer Furniture Showcase and Bedroom Furniture Annex Location: 551 W. Washington St., Sequim New store hours: Continue reading...
Bill allows non-traditional addresses to be used for voter registration on tribal lands
Agency had been asked to wait until June
del Valle joins Town & Country Colleen del Valle has joined the real estate brokerage of Town & Country in Continue reading...
Spring sports preview: Boys soccer Head coach: Dave Brasher (24th year) Assistants: Ken Garling, Jake Hughes 2018 finish: 14-6-2 (9-3-0,… Continue reading
Spring sports preview: Girls tennis Head coach: Mark Textor (11th year) Assistant: Allison Hastings 2018 finish: 13-2 (second in Olympic… Continue reading
In honor of Developmental Disability Awareness Month, several community partners are hosting guest speaker Invanova Smith and screening of documentary… Continue reading
Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence
Lace up for the Refuse to Abuse 5k, July 21 at Safeco Stadium
Start the discussion and register today for the Refuse to Abuse 5K
Walk, run, volunteer or donate to create life-saving change in the fight against breast cancer
We learned during the government shutdown that 40 percent of Americans have an average of $400 in the bank and Continue reading...