Community Holy Week services will start at 12:10 p.m. Monday-Friday, April 6-10 at five local Christian churches. The 45-minute services will feature music and/or skits by the host churches with sermons by alternating local pastors.
The Ordover Gallery at the San Diego Natural History Museum selected a photograph by Sequim resident Charlotte Watts, "Barn in Dust Storm," to be displayed in its summer exhibit. It was chosen from more than 2,300 entries.
Wholesale customers of Kingston-based Propane Northwest Inc. will have a reliable supply during the upcoming six-week closure of the Hood Canal bridge thanks to a temporary storage tank the company is planning west of Port Angeles.
Now that the long-running dispute over property adjacent to the proposed Sun Basin Theatres complex is settled, the city expects to see another development proposal but hasn't so far, Capital Projects Manager Frank Needham said Monday.
Irrigation Festival vendors might set up in the parking lane of Washington Street downtown instead of taking two blocks of the street entirely, Interim Public Works Director Bill Bullock told the city council at its March 23 meeting.
The city council's fault line along its four new and three older members was exposed again following the release of an October 2008 investigation of a city department head by a Seattle law firm that cost $11,249.
This spring, Renne Brock-Richmond offers community education computer classes through Peninsula College in Sequim that are for beginners, individuals with creative flair, budding Webmasters and people interested in the exploring the digital world.
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