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Sending their support to Oso

Deon Kapetan, festival chairman for the Sequim Irrigation Festival, second from right, hands keys to the festival royalty’s van to the Rev. Sandi McCalley in front of the Oso Fire Station to transport local children and seniors. Along for the trip were Irrigation Festival royalty, from left, Princesses Judi Villella, Kaylee Ditlefsen and Queen Katey Tapia.  - Photo courtesy of Deon Kapetan
  • Jul 16, 2014 at 5:00AM updated Jul 21, 2014 at 9:36AM

Months after tragedy struck the Oso community with the devastating mudslide on March 22, a few locals have found a way to help residents affected by the disaster.

 

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Three apply for open school board position

  • Today at 4:53PM

Sequim’s first day of school for 2014-2015 is Sept. 3, but the school district’s board of directors members have plenty on their summer agenda.

How clean is Sequim’s air?

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Study finds air quality spikes in tourism and cold seasons

City’s water quality report available

  • Today at 4:48PM

The City of Sequim Public Works Department has completed the Annual Water Quality Report for 2013 and reports that the city’s drinking water meets or exceeds all state and federal safe drinking water standards. The report is posted on the city’s website www.sequimwa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/5177 and is available for viewing at the Public Works/Community Development building, 615 N. Fifth Ave.

Time to ride the lavender

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Second Tour de Lavender wheels locals, visitors across peninsula

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