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SHS coach accused of relationship with player

A former Sequim basketball coach is awaiting charges this week for allegedly having a relationship with an underage player.

Another sexual claim filed against Sequim grad

Another student of former Tacoma teacher and Sequim High grad Meredith Powell, 24, has gone to police with sexual misconduct allegations.

Work begins on Sequim’s Civic Center

With the fences up, physical work officially has begun on the City of Sequim’s new civic center and police station.

Sequim granary up for sale

A centerpiece in Sequim’s landscape is up for sale.

Sequim family makes magical memories with cancer patient

A recent trip to the Magic Kingdom helped create some memorable moments for Cheryl Ghere, 58, and her family.

All in for lacrosse

Local athletes go to great lengths to play lacrosse — one of the fastest growing sports in the nation for boys and girls.

City sets timeline for civic center construction

In a few weeks, CPA Steve Kanters will see a new Sequim blue hole from his office’s porch. The bright blue of the former Serenity House Thrift Shop building will be replaced with an open space next to the City of Sequim’s future civic center and police station.

Random Questions: Kim McDougal

For almost a year, Kim McDougal has been the namesake behind Blondie's Plate, 134 S. Second Ave.

Random Questions: Emily Sly

After four years as the North Olympic Library System’s volunteer coordinator and homebound program coordinator, Emily Sly has stepped into the role of Sequim Library’s branch manager.

Mat Rats: Putting the fun in wrestling fundamentals

During March Sequim’s up-and-coming wrestlers learned the basics at Mat Rats. Coaches and high school wrestlers taught techniques and strategies twice a week to students ages 5-12 in the Sequim Community School gymnasium.

A museum meltdown

After a string of resignations, the election of a new board of trustees, and a brief closure and reopening of the exhibit center, the Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley is moving ahead with and without some key pieces.

City may allow one retail marijuana store

six-month-moratorium remains on all things marijuana in the City of Sequim.

A Clallam Queen-to-be: Coronation crowns winner Saturday

Clallam County’s princess candidates are readying to “tea” off this weekend. Sequim girls Hannah Fritz, Hannah Gauthun and Mia Steben vie to become the fair’s next queen at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 29, in the Clallam County Fairgrounds Expo Building, 1608 W. 16th St., Port Angeles.

Random Questions: Patrick Young

If there’s a major car wreck or a fire, Patrick Young is likely to be there for Clallam County Fire District 3.

Random Questions: Jose Garcia

In recent years, Jose Garcia has made himself well-known as the proprietor of Jose’s Famous Salsa, 126 E. Washington St. He moved here nine years ago with his wife, Angee, and their two children, now 13 and 10, from Torrance, Calif.

Sequim’s year-long air monitor test to end

A year-long ambient air quality study by the Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) in Sequim and Port Angeles is set to end April 3.

Baseball preview: Wolves look to end playoff drought

When every team in the Olympic League has an ace, it’s time to go deeper says Sequim baseball coach Dave Ditlefsen.

Spotlight on irrigation: Float unveiled Saturday

From mountains to sea to the casino, that’s where the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s 2014 float is unveiled before the annual Kickoff Dinner.

Rolling into Sequim: Roller Derby team opens fourth season hoping to build sport

Along with its beautiful scenery and special events and festivals, Sequim can add roller derby to its repertoire. Port Scandalous Roller Derby, the North Olympic Peninsula’s all-female roller derby team, opens its fourth season in the Sequim Boys & Girls Club on Saturday against a team of top Seattle players.

City to follow state noise ordinance

Commence rocking out ­— but make sure it’s within the city’s new standards. Sequim City councilors repealed the city’s 1997 noise ordinance on March 10 while voting down a revision to the municipal code.