Sequim students join National Walk Out

Students gathered outside the front of Sequim High School for 17 minutes today, Wednesday, March 14, to support the National School Walkout scheduled at 10… Continue reading

Clallam’s League of Women Voters celebrates 50 years with schoolhouse event

‘Shattered Ceilings’ drama highlights LWV’s 50th anniversary Presented by the League of Women Voters of Clallam County, “Shattered Ceilings” is a dramatic performance that celebrates… Continue reading

Community news briefs — March 14, 2018

Elk talk slated at Sherwood Village The Lodge at Sherwood Village hosts “Sequim Elk vs Agriculture: An In-depth History” at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 15,… Continue reading

  • Mar 14, 2018

County offers Septic 101, 102 classes

Clallam County Environmental Health will offer advances classes for septic systems in late March and Septic 101, a free informational septic system class, in April.… Continue reading

Littlejohn set to complete Sherwood Village senior development

After 40-plus years of creating a dedicated community for Sequim’s seniors, Bill Littlejohn says he’s likely reached the end of an era of building in… Continue reading

Off to the races: 2018 Tour De Dungeness gears up for second weekend

Sequim’s annual bicycle racing event continues this weekend, bringing cyclists from across the region to the Olympic Peninsula. The 21st-annual Tour De Dungeness hosted races… Continue reading

OlyCAP honors senior volunteers across the peninsula

Tutors, drivers, food bank volunteers and more were honored at a recent luncheon hosted by Olympic Community Action Programs, OlyCAP, in Sequim. More than 40… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula YMCA launches ‘For a better us’ annual campaign

To celebrate the “Us” in communities across the Olympic Peninsula, the Olympic Peninsula YMCA on March 12 launched “For a better us,” its 2018 annual… Continue reading

OMC recognized as top rural, community hospital

For the second year in a row, The Chartis Center for Rural Health recognized Olympic Medical Center one of the Top 100 Rural & Community… Continue reading

Police blotter — March 14, 2018

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. March 6… Continue reading

  • Mar 14, 2018

Port of Port Angeles gets offer from developer for John Wayne Marina

Port of Port Angeles commissioners agreed March 13 to seek public input on the future of publicly-owned John Wayne Marina after a Bend, Ore., developer… Continue reading

Ready to Reign at the Fair

The 2018 Clallam County Fair Royalty are crowned at a coronation ceremony at the county fairgrounds in Port Angeles on Feb. 17. Pictured are, from… Continue reading

  • Mar 14, 2018

Remembering Sequim’s dedicated volunteer Esther Heuhslein Nelson

A lifetime of accolades for volunteering served as a reminder for Esther Heuhslein Nelson, family members say, to keep helping others. The 1996 Sequim Citizen… Continue reading

Sequim grad’s ‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ returns this week for second season

Using the glitz and glam of Las Vegas as inspiration, Sequim High grad Bristol Marunde and his wife Aubrey are set to return to TV… Continue reading

Some injuries in two vehicle collision

Two vehicles collided around 2:15 p.m. on March 7 at the Cays Road and Woodcock Road intersection. A young female driver with a two-year-old male… Continue reading

Weather — March 14, 2018

Weather Date High Low March 6 48 32 March 7 44 30 March 8 52 36 March 9 48 34 March 10 50 31 March… Continue reading

  • Mar 14, 2018

State Legislature passes last minute budget deal and property tax cut

By Josh Kelety WNPA Olympia News Bureau On the final day of the legislative session, lawmakers approved a last-minute supplemental budget deal that funnels roughly… Continue reading

  • Mar 13, 2018

Clallam County seeks volunteers for boards, committees

Clallam County is seeking volunteers to fill 68 vacancies on 22 advisory boards and committees. The deadline to apply is the close of business Friday,… Continue reading

Law enforcement, activists come to agreement on police use of force

By Josh Kelety WNPA Olympia News Bureau In a last-minute effort lawmakers, cops, and community activists reached a deal on lowering the legal standard for… Continue reading

  • Mar 13, 2018

Sexual assault survivors break silence to fight for law reform

By Taylor McAvoy WNPA Olympia News Bureau “Sexual assault is the most heinous crime against another person short of murder. Sexual assault inflicts humiliation, degradation,… Continue reading

  • Mar 13, 2018