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Sequim superintendent Shea a finalist for East Valley (Spokane) job

Sequim schools superintendent Kelly Shea speaks with attendees of a Citizens for Sequim Schools meeting in January as school advocates look to pass a $49 million school construction bond. Shea has applied for the superintendent position with the East Valley (Spokane) School DIstrict.  - Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell
  • Feb 27, 2015 at 11:43AM

Sequim schools superintendent Kelly Shea is one of three finalists for the open superintendent position for the East Valley (Spokane) School District, he said Feb. 26.

 

Community Events, March 2015

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Climate change talk is March 5

  • Today at 11:53AM

WSU Soil Scientist Craig Cogger will talk to local farmers and the community on climate change and its impact on agriculture and food production locally and globally.

Community News Briefs March 4, 2015

  • Today at 11:46AM

Lectures, eggs needed, marijuana discussed and more in this week's community news briefs.

Sequim adding portables at Helen Haller Elementary

  • Today at 10:58AM

The Sequim School District is adding two portables to Helen Haller Elementary School. Both are to be delivered in June and will be installed on the school’s east side, officials said in mid-February.

Measles patients recover from illness but clinics continue

  • Today at 10:54AM

After more than a month of ongoing reports, Clallam County’s four recent measles cases have fully recovered, health officials report.

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