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With Clallam County’s overall COVID-19 infection rate decreasing in recent weeks, Sequim school leaders are keeping an eye on opening its school doors to at… Continue reading
Donald Kendall learned the value of hard work early, getting up early to milk cows on his family’s dairy farm in Sequim in the 1920s… Continue reading
Plans to further develop Miller Peninsula State Park are getting revived this fall.
State Rep. Steve Tharinger, challenger Brian Pruiett tackle issues at a Sept. 18 virtual debate
Public Disclosure Commission finds Sequim mayor William Armacost did not violate a state law
The Sequim School District looks to begin offering meal distribution this week
Local libraries are putting collection fees on hold
Sequim Bay Yacht Club and organizers of its Reach and Row for Hospice have cancelled the 2020 event
Sequim mayor says personal and political opinions he expressed in late August were “inappropriate.”
The Road Ahead event is going all online from Sept. 28-Oct. 2
Mayor William Armacost supports QAnon, a conspiracy theory that has gained political traction recently
The 22nd-annual Soroptimist Gala Garden Show is going all online
Sequim resident takes third place finish at 2020 Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking
WAG is hoping canine advocates are willing to raise funds to help care for and house dogs in need.
Owners of a sailboat are working with officials to remove their boat from the Dungeness Spit
Fire District 3 personnel responded Friday to a brush fire that started after a combine caught fire.
Sequim students kicked off their 2020-2021 school year with “drive-through” events Wednesday. Clallam County health guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic have kept Sequim School District… Continue reading
Sequim’s annual Back to School Fair got a remodel this year — this one, on wheels. Dozens of volunteers handed out school supplies, backpacks, books,… Continue reading
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