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Leaders say proposal to be before City of Sequim in one month
In a rare 2-to-1 vote, Clallam County Commissioners have approved a property tax that is intended to preserve farmland. On… Continue reading
Quietly, purposefully and most often without any fanfare or recognition, Bryce Fish found ways to help pull a community together.… Continue reading
With friends and family and acquaintances looking on, the Karen Kuznek-Reese Gallery saw its debut Friday night. The gallery was Continue reading...
Maybe you have been invited to a holiday luncheon or caroling party. Or perhaps a sit-down dinner, greening party or Continue reading...
With friends and family and acquaintances looking on, the Karen Kuznek-Reese Gallery saw its debut Friday night. The gallery was… Continue reading
Boyd accepted on national board Jeff Boyd, a founding partner of the firm Nelson Boyd, PLLC, has been accepted into Continue reading...
Lodge & Cottages set open house Staff at the Lodge & Cottages at Sherwood Village invite the community to a Continue reading...
Class: Sophomore Team: SHS bowling Head coach: Randy Perry Reason for selection: “Madison is the leading scorer on the bowling… Continue reading
Wolves’ big men help lead team to 3-1 non-league record going into first Olympic League game
Above, Bayle Taylor, 2-and-a-half, of Sequim, shares a moment with Santa Claus (George Stuber) at the annual Breakfast With Santa… Continue reading
Getting in the spirit: Local bicyclists gather on Dec. 4 to decorate a “Charlie Brown” tree for the Christmas season,… Continue reading
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Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence
Lace up for the Refuse to Abuse 5k, July 21 at Safeco Stadium
Start the discussion and register today for the Refuse to Abuse 5K
Treaty Indian tribes in western Washington are greatly encouraged by Gov. Jay Inslee’s recent commitment to challenge the status quo… Continue reading
In late June 2017, with a partial shut down of government looming, Gov. Jay Inslee reached a deal guaranteeing lawmakers… Continue reading