City of Sequim plans work on Sunnyside Avenue

Beginning Monday, Oct. 23, the City of Sequim will begin replacement of a water main and sewer main on North and South Sunnyside Avenue from… Continue reading

Community News Briefs — Oct. 18, 2017

County commissioner talks tax initiative Clallam County commissioner Mark Ozias will lead a panel discussion on the upcoming Juvenile Justice Tax Initiative from 6-7:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Dogs to be euthanized after attacking Sequim man

Two of three dogs that attacked a Sequim man were humanely euthanized last week at the Clallam County Humane Society. Sequim Police sergeants said they… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival announces next year’s logo, storyline

The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s board of directors recently announced its logo and storyline for the festival’s 123rd year set to run May 4–May 13, 2018.… Continue reading

Police Blotter — Oct. 18, 2017

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. Oct. 9… Continue reading

Political News in Brief — Oct. 18, 2017

County Republicans against Juvenile Justice Tax Initiative At a monthly central committee meeting on Oct. 9, the Clallam County Republican Party adopted a resolution against… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles dedicates John Wayne Marina room to late executive director

The Port of Port Angeles has dedicated a room at John Wayne Marina to the late Jerry Hendricks, a former port executive director who was… Continue reading

Sen. Murray gets Greywolf tour

Progress at Greywolf Elementary School — both in and about its classrooms — is getting plenty of attention. Last week, U.S. Sen. Patty Murray made… Continue reading

Sequim councilors agree to one-year deal with EDC

After a two-year gap of not contracting services with the Clallam County Economic Development Corporation (EDC), Sequim City Councilors chose to re-up with the organization… Continue reading

Sequim crowns its Homecoming king and queen

With streamers raining from the sky and bleachers filled with cheering fans, Sequim High School’s 2017 Homecoming court was crowned at halftime of the varsity… Continue reading

Teen brings back “Pumpkins for a Cause” on Saturday

Sequim teen Carson Holt, 15, plans to once again sell pumpkins for more local causes but this year he’s in some new digs. For his… Continue reading

Weather — Oct. 18, 2017

Weather Date High Low Oct. 10 57 42 Oct. 11 57 39 Oct. 12 54 41 Oct. 13 54 40 Oct. 14 57 36 Oct.… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2017

Reflecting on Haiti

Ann Marie Henninger is already planning on volunteering with Midwives for Haiti again after she just returned from Haiti several weeks ago. The Sequim resident,… Continue reading

‘Hollywood’ home comes to Sequim

When Diane and Jim Luoma made their move to Sequim recently, they drew some attention. Residents of Hawaii for the past 15 years, the Luomas… Continue reading

Candidates face off in Sequim

Candidates for the Port of Port Angeles’ Board discussed economic objectives while Sequim School Board hopefuls addressed school curriculum at a forum held by the… Continue reading

City hosting Business Blitz

Local businesses may get a visit from the City of Sequim next week as it looks to establish economic development goals for the future. The… Continue reading

Community News Briefs — Oct. 11, 2017

Auditor calls special canvassing meeting The Clallam County Canvassing Board will hold a special canvassing meeting at 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, on the basement… Continue reading

Dungeness cell tower to go up in November

A radio-cell tower in Dungeness that area residents fought against in recent months will be upright and operational by November, developers said last week. The… Continue reading

Foundation looks to redesign Sequim Skate Park

Skaters and cyclists look to ramp up efforts to redesign the 17-year-old Sequim Skate Park in Carrie Blake Park. Leaders of The Sequim Youth Skate… Continue reading

Jamestown Tribe targets 2020 for hotel tower; full resort plans taking shape in Blyn

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is moving forward with its long-proposed resort and anticipates having the first of three hotel towers finished before summer of 2020,… Continue reading