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Sequim resident Roger Mull calls his own journey a “Circuitous Route to Sequim.” After living and working for 20-plus years on the coast of South Carolina, Mull changed gears (and careers), moving to Montana and, by July 2012, to Sequim.
Community Events, September 2014
Good, better, best. I’m not sure why fall is the season for lists, but here on the Olympic Peninsula, we’re chock full.
The good news is Washington is separating itself from the national jobless rate. In July, an average 6.2 percent of Americans were looking for work, while Washington’s unemployment rate dropped to 5.6 percent.
Mia Underwood, an eighth-grade student at Olympic Peninsula Academy in Sequim, and her family went on a 10-day vacation on Vancouver Island recently.
It has been nearly three years since Washington began to build its state-based insurance exchange and profoundly expanded Medicaid.