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Football: SHS comeback falls short at Bremerton

Sequim nearly completed a three-score comeback Thursday night against an athletic Bremerton squad but couldn’t complete the comeback, falling to the host Knights, 35-29. Junior… Continue reading

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Reach, row event raises $22K for volunteer hospice

Some on-the-water competition and a collective heart for the community led to another big year for the Reach and Row for Hospice. The Sequim Bay… Continue reading

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School board candidate not allowed to take position

June signature with PDC prevents campaigning, contributions

Cross Country: SHS’s Pyeatt cruises to win in league meet at Lincoln Park

In her second Port Angeles-area race in less than a week, Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt found herself alone at the finish line. The SHS senior raced… Continue reading

School board considers policy on naming facilities

Sequim School Board directors are moving ahead with plans to update their policy about naming school facilities, possibly paving the way for a community effort… Continue reading

Sequim schools to detail administrator complaints in November

Sequim School District officials are expected to release more information about complaints regarding assistant superintendent Jennifer Maughan in early November. Maughan was placed on administrative… Continue reading

Sequim schools to offer voluntary COVID-19 testing

Sequim schools will begin voluntary COVID-19 testing of students, interim superintendent Jane Pryne announced earlier this week. The state-funded program in collaboration with the Washington… Continue reading

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Sequim Library expansion, renovation on track

The long-awaited expansion and renovation of the busy Sequim Library took another step toward completion in late August with the selection of SHKS Architects to… Continue reading

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‘Thor’apy at Sherwood Assisted Living

A sheepdog in sheep’s clothing? That seems to work for Don and Susan Sorensen’s dog Thor, who prior to and after COVID-based restrictions has been… Continue reading

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Along with remodel/expansion, River Center gets a new name

The community’s well-used building at Railroad Bridge Park isn’t the only thing getting a make-over in 2021. On Sept. 10, board members unanimously agreed to… Continue reading

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Community News Briefs — Sept. 22, 2021

Coffee with the Mayor program set for September The City of Sequim will hold the next Coffee with the Mayor meeting at 8 a.m. on… Continue reading

Cross country: Pyeatt wins, Ellefsen fifth at Salt Creek Invite

The course at Salt Creek Recreation Area may be a few miles from her racecourses in Sequim, but SHS senior Riley Pyeatt raced like she’s… Continue reading

Sequim schools’ assistant superintendent placed on leave

Jennifer Maughan, Sequim School District assistant superintendent, has been placed on administrative leave, district officials and Maughan’s attorney said last week. An email from Sequim… Continue reading

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Aquaculture scholarship launched in memory of Kurt Grinnell

The last time Jeanne McKnight saw Kurt Grinnell in April, it was smiles and hugs and a shared idea that the next Northwest Aquaculture Alliance… Continue reading

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Boys tennis: Wolves net wins in road, home openers

Despite playing without a full outfit of doubles teams, Sequim’s boys tennis started the season strong with a 4-3 road victory over 3A foe Bainbridge… Continue reading

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Cross country: Pyeatt third, Ellefson fourth at Capital Invite

Shifting gears in the 2021 schedule, Sequim’s Wolves turned to a familiar race at our state’s capital. Originally set to race at the SK Fall… Continue reading

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Girls swimming: Wolves open season against powerhouse Spartans

Sequim’s Wolves may have seen their toughest foe to open the season. Bainbridge’s Spartans showed why they are one of the top programs in class… Continue reading

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Mask dispute postpones Sequim School Board meeting

Concern from community members about a statewide mask mandate for students — as well as vaccination requirements for school staff and other state employees —… Continue reading

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Sequim, first responders detail 9/11’s legacy

It was a Tuesday morning some two decades ago when Mark Abshire, a retired United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, and speechwriter for the Secretary… Continue reading

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Fall sports preview: SHS boys tennis team facing numbers ‘challenge’

Even beyond the set and match scores, tennis is often a numbers game. For head coach Mark Textor and the Wolves, that means 2021 will… Continue reading

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