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Smithson steps down as head pro at The Cedars

Instead of helping duffers manage fairways, Garrett Smithson will now look to help people manage their home finances. Smithson, golf professional at The Cedars at… Continue reading

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Through pandemic, spay-nueter clinics continue

Thanks to a donation to the Peninsula Friends of Animals, owners of 11 pets were able to take advantage of a spay/neuter clinic on Sept.… Continue reading

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Sequim school board eyes steady reopening plan

Slow, steady and safe. While the COVID-19 infection rate remains low throughout Clallam County — particularly the east end — Sequim School District’s board of… Continue reading

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We Love Trees focuses on tree health, biology

We Love Trees Tree care services in Sequim, surrounding areas Location: 209 S. Sequim Ave. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday Website: welovetreeswashington.com Contact: 360-683-8890 Instead… Continue reading

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Jackson, a Sequim native, takes lead as B&G Club unit director

Jackson, a Sequim native, takes lead as B&G Club unit director

Tessa Jackson didn’t want to call the enclosed space near the heart of the Sequim Boys & Girls Club her office. After all, her title… Continue reading

Jackson, a Sequim native, takes lead as B&G Club unit director
Sequim bicyclist rides for Captain Joseph House

Sequim bicyclist rides for Captain Joseph House

In a year with a multitude of national and regional catastrophes, all that “Flamingo” wanted to do was get his tenth race in and go… Continue reading

Sequim bicyclist rides for Captain Joseph House
Wolves advocate for top Sequim High fan

Wolves advocate for top Sequim High fan

Turns out that Sequim’s biggest fan has plenty of fans of his own. A cadre of Sequim Alumni Association members are looking to find a… Continue reading

Wolves advocate for top Sequim High fan
Sequim schools could open in early October

Sequim schools could open in early October

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

Sequim schools could open in early October
Kendall, former CEO of PepsiCo and SHS grad, dies at 99

Kendall, former CEO of PepsiCo and SHS grad, dies at 99

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

Kendall, former CEO of PepsiCo and SHS grad, dies at 99
Sequim poet weaves personal, place with ‘Terrain’

Sequim poet weaves personal, place with ‘Terrain’

For her debut poetry collection, Sequim author Gina Hietpas dug deep into personal thoughts and experiences … at times, three decades deep. Along with friends,… Continue reading

Sequim poet weaves personal, place with ‘Terrain’
State Parks set virtual public process Miller Peninsula park planning

State Parks set virtual public process Miller Peninsula park planning

Plans to further develop Miller Peninsula State Park are getting revived this fall.

State Parks set virtual public process Miller Peninsula park planning

State rep candidates debate in virtual Sequim Sunrise Rotary meeting

State Rep. Steve Tharinger, challenger Brian Pruiett tackle issues at a Sept. 18 virtual debate

PDC: Mayor did not violate state law with QAnon comments

PDC: Mayor did not violate state law with QAnon comments

Public Disclosure Commission finds Sequim mayor William Armacost did not violate a state law

PDC: Mayor did not violate state law with QAnon comments
Sequim schools starts delivering meals to students

Sequim schools starts delivering meals to students

The Sequim School District looks to begin offering meal distribution this week

Sequim schools starts delivering meals to students

NOLS board suspends collection fees for 2020

Local libraries are putting collection fees on hold

Organizers cancel Reach, Row for Hospice event

Organizers cancel Reach, Row for Hospice event

Sequim Bay Yacht Club and organizers of its Reach and Row for Hospice have cancelled the 2020 event

Organizers cancel Reach, Row for Hospice event
Mayor, city say ‘Coffee’ sessions is no place for personal opinions

Mayor, city say ‘Coffee’ sessions is no place for personal opinions

Sequim mayor says personal and political opinions he expressed in late August were “inappropriate.”

Mayor, city say ‘Coffee’ sessions is no place for personal opinions

Fourth-annual ‘Road Ahead’ event going virtual

The Road Ahead event is going all online from Sept. 28-Oct. 2

Sequim mayor backs QAnon on local broadcast

Sequim mayor backs QAnon on local broadcast

Mayor William Armacost supports QAnon, a conspiracy theory that has gained political traction recently

Sequim mayor backs QAnon on local broadcast
Sequim Soroptimist’s Gala Garden Show goes virtual

Sequim Soroptimist’s Gala Garden Show goes virtual

The 22nd-annual Soroptimist Gala Garden Show is going all online

Sequim Soroptimist’s Gala Garden Show goes virtual