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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 graffiti board, a space intended… 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 numbers being too high and… Continue reading

Diamond Point residents seek upgraded helipad for emergencies

Diamond Point residents look to rally the community and local Boy Scouts to help improve Diamond Point Airport 2WA1’s helipad. Currently, the helipad is a… Continue reading

Golf cart catches fire at golf course

A small electrical fire burned three golf carts at the Cedars at Dungeness, 1965 Woodcock Road, last Wednesday evening. Assistant Chief Eric Quitslund with Clallam… Continue reading

Dr. Tom Reis. Submitted photo

Music Live features selections from Handel to Haas

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. Fifth Ave., brings tenor Tom Reis to Music Live with Lunch on Tuesday, Feb. 20 with a show called… Continue reading

Dr. Tom Reis. Submitted photo

New owners find best fit with Best Friend Nutrition

Best Friend Nutrition New owners Cynthia and Casey Linden 680 W. Washington St. Suite B102, Sequim Open: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday… 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 to push for a change… Continue reading

Sequim wrestlers, from left, Jamie Schroepfer, 132 pounds, Kiara Pierson, 135 pounds, and Ben Newell, 145 pounds, earned high seeds at their regional tournaments to compete at the state MatClassic on Feb. 9-10. Pierson took first and Schroepfer and Newell second in their weight classes. Photo courtesy of Bill Schroepfer

Wrestling: Three Sequim seniors set for state MatClassic

Three Wolves — two first-timers and a three-time medal winner — are set to take on the biggest tournament of the year in the Tacoma… Continue reading

Sequim wrestlers, from left, Jamie Schroepfer, 132 pounds, Kiara Pierson, 135 pounds, and Ben Newell, 145 pounds, earned high seeds at their regional tournaments to compete at the state MatClassic on Feb. 9-10. Pierson took first and Schroepfer and Newell second in their weight classes. Photo courtesy of Bill Schroepfer

Anderson, Hughes named Firefighters of the Year

Sequim natives. Wives. Mothers. And now Firefighters of the Year. Fellow career and volunteer firefighters with Clallam County District 3 selected Stefanie Anderson, a career… Continue reading

Eight Wolves set for regionals

Small numbers to start the season didn’t equate to less effort for Sequim’s wrestling squad to start the postseason. Last weekend was a return to… Continue reading

Fire district 3 considering levy lid lift

For two consecutive years, Clallam County Fire District 3’s call load has risen above 7,000 and thousands more than a few years prior. In 2017,… Continue reading

Remote Control Hobbies to close in Sequim

After providing thousands of miles in the air, on the roads and on the rails for local hobbyists, Remote Control Hobbies Sequim will close later… Continue reading

Sequim more savvy to tax scams, law enforcement says

Attempts to take personal information and/or money through scams as tax season begins aren’t going away any time soon, law enforcement reports. However, Sequim Police… Continue reading

Sequim senior play ‘Be True to your School’ parodies 1960s high school life

Sequim High School Play ‘Be True to Your School’ A parody of 1960s life in high school Showtimes: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, and Thursday-Saturday,… Continue reading

Family seeks support for online campaign to buy mother’s cancer treatment wig

It’s been an up and down few years for former Sequim theater director Robin Hall. In 2015, she suffered a mild heart attack and a… Continue reading

More than 16,000 homes lose power in Sequim area

If your lights went off last Saturday in Sequim, you weren’t alone. Clallam County PUD staff reported 16,300 customers lost power from Agnew to Blyn… Continue reading

Perreira earns Eagle Scout

Friends and family celebrated the Eagle Scout Court of Honor for Sequim Boy Scout Dylan Perreira on Jan. 20, in Trinity United Methodist Church. Scoutmasters… Continue reading

Sequim to ask voters to renew 10-year Transportation Benefit District

After generating more than $4 million in revenue for street projects in the City of Sequim since 2010, City of Sequim councilors will soon consider… Continue reading

Fir Street construction pushed to early 2019, Lavender Festival still moving to Carrie Blake Park this summer

The 18-month reconstruction of Fir Street by Sequim schools has been put on hold until 2019. Originally slated to begin this summer, City of Sequim… Continue reading

Friends group donates $27K to Sequim Library

Programming at the Sequim Library is once again a go this year thanks to efforts of the Friends of the Sequim Library. At the group’s… Continue reading