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Returning SHS senior Raymond Lam bolsters a Sequim lineup already replete with upperclassmen in 2018. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Fall sports preview: Experienced, athletic SHS boys tennis squad looks for league wins, postseason berths

SHS boys tennis 2018 season preview Head coach: Mark Textor (13th season); Assistant: Rich Hay 2017 record: 8-7 in 2A Olympic League (third), 8-8 overall;… Continue reading

Returning SHS senior Raymond Lam bolsters a Sequim lineup already replete with upperclassmen in 2018. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell
Sequim’s Tayler Breckenridge, background, was an all-Olympic League First Team player in 2017. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Fall sports preview: Seniors, sophs lead Wolves’ volleyball on court

Fall sports preview: Sequim High School volleyball Head coach: Jennie Webber Heilman (26th season); Assistants: Rachel Oden, Lillian Oden 2017 record: 7-5 in Olympic League… Continue reading

Sequim’s Tayler Breckenridge, background, was an all-Olympic League First Team player in 2017. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Find trail-themed adventure with annual GOAT Run

The Great Olympic Adventure Trail (GOAT) Run is a trail 50k, marathon and half-marathon that traverses Kelly Ridge between the Olympic National Park and the… Continue reading

Air Affaire draws a crowd for sixth event

Wildfire smoke and chilly temperatures may have kept some away, but last weekend’s sixth-annual Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Sequim Valley Fly-In still drew quite… Continue reading

Business briefs — Aug. 29, 2018

Stewart leads Bones Bash effort Sound Community Bank CEO Laurie Stewart, formerly of Sequim, is the Corporate Chair for the 2018 Bone Bash, an Oct.… Continue reading

Fall sports preview: SHS football readies balanced attack for 2018

Fall sports preview: Sequim High School Football 2017 record: 6-4 overall, 4-2 in Olympic League (third place); 0-1 in postseason Head coach: Erik Wiker (15th… Continue reading

Obituaries — Aug. 29, 2018

John Corbin Pollock February 15, 1934 - July 31, 2018 John Corbin Pollock, last a resident of Sequim, WA, formerly of Warrenville, IL, passed away… Continue reading

Sequim helps youngsters ready for school year

Sequim-area students gearing up for the 2018-2019 school year got a boost from the community with the six-annual Back to School Fair, held Aug. 25… Continue reading

Weather — Aug. 29, 2018

Temperatures Date High Low Aug. 21 81 55 Aug. 22 71 55 Aug. 23 64 51 Aug. 24 66 52 Aug. 25 61 50 Aug.… Continue reading

Valley of the Trolls races postponed until Oct. 6

Though some of the smoke from British Columbia’s wildfires that once blanketed the Olympic Peninsula in recent days has cleared and air quality improved, Valley… Continue reading

Sequim car show, cruise wows ‘em

Check out more Sequim Prairie Nights highlights on our Flickr page here.… Continue reading

Letters to the editor — Aug. 22, 2018

Much thanks from Sequim Prairie Grange The Sequim Prairie Grange would again like to thank everyone that donated their time and products to help make… Continue reading

Obituaries — Aug. 22, 2018

Raymond William Dangman March 27, 1954 - August 8, 2018 Raymond William Dangman’s Soul left his body to enter a new realm of existence on… Continue reading

Odds, ends from the editor’s desk

The worst Canadian import since Nickleback, last year’s wildfires from British Columbia were dreadful. This year, it’s stepped up a notch, with something in the… Continue reading

PUD commissioners name ‘short list’ for Haffner’s replacement

More than a dozen candidates to replace former Clallam County Public Utility District Commissioner Hugh Haffner took on questions in public session before the PUD’s… Continue reading

SHS Wolves ready gridiron attack for 2018 season

Ready or not, it’s football season once again. Along with other North Olympic Peninsula high school teams, Sequim’s Wolves were back on the practice field… Continue reading

New tunes on tap for Timberwolves: Director George Rodes looks to set tone at Sequim Middle School

George Rodes is back in his comfort zone… that is, in a band room. “Music is a learning vehicle,” Rodes says. “You don’t have to… Continue reading

A ‘Revolutionary’ good time: Northwest Colonial Festival draws another big crowd

After a long weekend of lavender love in July, George Washington Inn/Washington Lavender Farm was once again ready for some “revolutionary” rabble-rousing. The 2018 Northwest… Continue reading

Obituaries — Aug. 15, 2018

Kyle Dale Adams Kyle Dale Adams, of Port Angeles, died in Longview, Wa., on Aug. 7, 2018, of pancreatitis at the age of 35. Adams… Continue reading

Time to get ready to go back to school

It’s that time once again … but are you ready for another school year? Sequim schools and community partners have a host of back-to-school events… Continue reading