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Jamestown Tribe reveals MAT clinic plans

Leaders say proposal to be before City of Sequim in one month


Spotlight comes to newly-named Kuznek-Reese Gallery

With friends and family and acquaintances looking on, the Karen Kuznek-Reese Gallery saw its debut Friday night. The gallery was named by city leaders for… Continue reading


Winter sports preview: Rebuilding Wolves’ wrestling crew banks on newcomers

After a rebuilding year in 2018-2019, the Wolves’ wrestling crew is back on the mats with a smaller crew and another coaching change. After splitting… Continue reading


Winter sports preview: Sequim boys swim crew to battle some of state’s top teams

A coaching change and a smaller crew hopefully won’t deter the Wolves from a successful season in the pool, new head coach Britt Hemphill says.… Continue reading

Fish, long-time Sequim volunteer-philanthropist, dies at 78

Quietly, purposefully and most often without any fanfare or recognition, Bryce Fish found ways to help pull a community together. A behind-the-scenes volunteer who for… Continue reading

Blyn creek, mountains may get ‘Misty’ moniker

The intersection of genealogy and geography is nothing new for Blyn resident Laura Beitz. After all — though it is up to some dispute, she… Continue reading

Sequim Soroptimists set holiday fest for Saturday

There is much more inside these jars than the listed ingredients. Linda Klinefelter says when she’s preparing her jams and jellies for Soroptimist International of… Continue reading

Fire District 3 gets anonymous $50K donation

An large, unexpected monetary gift has outfitted Sequim’s firefighters and paramedics with four “Jaws of Life” devices. Clallam County Fire District 3 officials report that… Continue reading

Pickett, longtime Sequim community activist, dies at 81

As his wife remembers it, Jim Pickett was a leader, through and through. “He simply motivated people,” Cherie Pickett says, grinning at the thought of… Continue reading

Prep sports: Wiker leads Wolfpack on all-league lists

An impressive fall season saw five Sequim High teams see postseason action and four of those earn team or individual berths to state tourneys. Coaches… Continue reading

Girls swimming: Sequim crew swims to three finals at state

Sequim High sophomore Mia Coffman and her 400 relay teammates ended the season with a trio of strong finishes, scoring spots in B finals at… Continue reading

Lavender company shifts to new Sequim downtown space

Cedarbrook Lavender & Herb Farm Gift Shop Where: 120 W. Washington St. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Saturday On the web: www.cedarbrooklavender.com A bit of serendipity… Continue reading

Sequim church’s ‘Yuletide’ event a boon for local charities

’Tis the season for Bazaars, and one of Sequim’s biggest community-boosting fundraiser events, Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church’s annual Yuletide Bazaar, is once again offering hundreds… Continue reading

The peninsula’s pageantry, month-by-month

Hamilton’s work returns with 2020 ‘The Olympic Peninsula’

2019 General Election: Challenger Miano edges incumbent Barnfather in Fire District 3 race

Bill Miano, a first-time candidate for office, topped incumbent James Barnfather for Clallam County Fire District 3 Board of Commissioners Position 3. Miano held a… Continue reading

2019 General Election: Rudd tops Richardson in recreation district race

Challenger J. Mike Rudd said a positive message helped him top incumbent Jan L. Richardson in the race for Clallam County Parks and Recreation District… Continue reading

Bowling: Wolves look to knock down pins, pin down wins

Winter sports preview: Sequim High Bowling Head coach: Randy Perry (11th year) 2018-2019 record: 1-10 Returners: Madison McKeown (so.), Trinity Henderson (jr.), Gabriella Mattern-Hall (so.)… Continue reading

Cranksgiving looks to once again fuel the Sequim Food Bank

Grabbing grub for a good cause is once again the theme for the ninth-annual Sequim Cranksgiving event, with this year’s fundraiser-on-wheels event set for Saturday,… Continue reading

Cross country: Pyeatt races to sixth at state

At season’s end, the friendly rivals from the North Olympic Peninsula wound up where they’d been racing all season: practically back-to-back, and among the state’s… Continue reading

Girls swimming: Coffman, 400 relay swim to state berths

After battling for top spots among the region’s top individuals and relays last week, Sequim sophomore Mia Coffman and the Wolves’ 400 free relay team… Continue reading