Olympic Theatre Arts sets auditions for ‘The Tin Woman’

Director Jim Guthrie is seeking actors “who aren’t afraid to take chances” for the Olympic Theatre Arts production of “The Tin Woman,” opening on April… Continue reading

OMC selects Burkhardt for Chief Human Resources Officer role … and other items

Jennifer Burkhardt was recently named Olympic Medical Center’s new Chief Human Resources Officer. She replaces Richard Newman, who retired on Jan. 9 after 17 years… Continue reading

Sequim youths sink shots at annual Elks Hoop Shoot

Next target to take aim at: districts. The annual Sequim Elks Hoop Shoot on Jan. 12 at the Sequim Boys & Girls Club saw a… Continue reading

Storm King sweeps into Founders Cup bracket play

The Storm King U17 boys capped an unbeaten effort in Washington Youth Soccer Founders Cup pool play after a 4-0 shutout of Federal Way Football… Continue reading

Water Matters: Water politics, again

If you track government budgets at all, last week was a doozy. As of late Friday, the U.S. Congress allowed the federal operating budget to… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: PC falls to Olympic, Bellevue

North Region standings (as of Jan. 22) Team Conf. Over. Everett 4-0 15-3 Bellevue 3-1 13-7 Olympic 3-1 6-9 Skagit Valley 2-1 7-10 Edmonds 0-3… Continue reading

Wrestling: Wolves do battle at Axe SLIDESHOW

A Sequim squad plagued by injuries looked for individual victories last week at the Battle of the Axe tournament in Port Angeles on Jan. 18.… Continue reading

State legislators combat federal ruling on net neutrality

By Alex Visser WNPA Olympia News Bureau Democrats in the state Senate are pushing back against the Federal Communications Commission through a number of bills… Continue reading

  • Jan 23, 2018

Earthquake puts Clallam County on alert

An estimated 7.9 earthquake struck in the Gulf of Alaska Tuesday morning, Jan. 23, put officials on the West Coast — including those in Clallam… Continue reading

State bills allowing same-day voter registration, local redistricting to empower minorities move ahead

By Josh Kelety WNPA Olympia News Bureau The state Senate passed several bills aimed at expanding access to voting and promoting minority representation in local… Continue reading

  • Jan 20, 2018

Community donations give warming center a boost

Those feeling the chill this winter just got a proverbial big, warm hug from the Sequim community. Dozens of individuals and businesses have donated enough… Continue reading

Police blotter — Jan. 17, 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. Jan. 9… Continue reading

  • Jan 17, 2018

Weather — Jan. 17, 2018

Weather Date High Low Jan. 9 47 40 Jan. 10 47 36 Jan. 11 43 38 Jan. 12 45 40 Jan. 13 48 44 Jan.… Continue reading

  • Jan 17, 2018