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Sequim’s MacLaine places third in Toastmasters world competition

Sequim’s MacLaine places third in Toastmasters world competition

Sequim resident takes third place finish at 2020 Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking

Sequim’s MacLaine places third in Toastmasters world competition
WAG goes online for DogtoberFest fundraiser

WAG goes online for DogtoberFest fundraiser

WAG is hoping canine advocates are willing to raise funds to help care for and house dogs in need.

WAG goes online for DogtoberFest fundraiser
Sailboat stranded on Dungeness Spit

Sailboat stranded on Dungeness Spit

Owners of a sailboat are working with officials to remove their boat from the Dungeness Spit

Sailboat stranded on Dungeness Spit
Combine fire ignites field blaze near Sequim airport

Combine fire ignites field blaze near Sequim airport

Fire District 3 personnel responded Friday to a brush fire that started after a combine caught fire.

Combine fire ignites field blaze near Sequim airport
First day drive-through for Sequim schools

First day drive-through for Sequim schools

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

First day drive-through for Sequim schools
Back to School Fair goes ‘drive through’ for 2020

Back to School Fair goes ‘drive through’ for 2020

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

Back to School Fair goes ‘drive through’ for 2020
Castell making connections at ‘Clallam Corner’
Castell making connections at ‘Clallam Corner’
Extraordinary start to school year

Extraordinary start to school year

School starts for almost 2,800 Sequim students (estimated) today, Sept. 2, but with COVID-19 restrictions those students are, for the first time, starting the academic… Continue reading

Extraordinary start to school year
PHOTO: Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Sequim

PHOTO: Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Sequim

About 100 individuals came together Saturday in downtown Sequim to protest the Aug. 23 shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisc. Protests continue at the… Continue reading

PHOTO: Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Sequim
Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has new telecommunciations tower up and running

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has new telecommunciations tower up and running

Cell reception and information for first responders in the Blyn area just got an upgrade. The finishing touches have been completed on the Jamestown S’Klallam… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has new telecommunciations tower up and running

Judge denies legal fees stemming from MAT lawsuit

A Superior Court judge ruled Friday that the City of Sequim and Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe were not owed legal fees associated with a lawsuit filed… Continue reading

Pickleball play popular duing pandemic

Pickleball play popular duing pandemic

The 2019 novel coronavirus has put the kibosh on a number of activities, but if the crowded courts at Carrie Blake Community Park are any… Continue reading

Pickleball play popular duing pandemic
Sequim woman a first-time author at 88

Sequim woman a first-time author at 88

That adage about how it’s never too late to try something new? JoAnn Fisher is living — and writing — proof. The Sequim resident who… Continue reading

Sequim woman a first-time author at 88
Agencies team up to address homelessness

Agencies team up to address homelessness

A multi-year, multi-agency effort to address homelessness/housing, drug abuse and addiction, mental health issues and food security has hit the Sequim streets in the form,… Continue reading

Agencies team up to address homelessness

Births — Aug. 19, 2020

July 2, 2020 — 4:02 a.m., a daughter, Adeline Reneé Buckmaster, 5 pounds 8 ounces, to Cassandra Reneé and Cody Thomas Buckmaster of Port Angeles,… Continue reading

Sequim schools will start remotely on Sept. 2

School district leaders in Clallam County preparing various modified plans to open buildings to students for the start of the 2020-2021 school year saw their… Continue reading

Sequim Lions step up for resident’s steps

Sequim Lions step up for resident’s steps

Despite a worldwide pandemic that shut down their two largest fundraisers of the year, the Sequim Valley Lions are making sure no projects — or… Continue reading

Sequim Lions step up for resident’s steps
Olympic Peninsula YMCAs open this week

Olympic Peninsula YMCAs open this week

After a more than fourth-month closure, YMCA facilities on the Olympic Peninsula once again open — with a number of health-related modifications. New guidelines released… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula YMCAs open this week
Scout looks to raise funds for SHS ‘Spirit Signs’

Scout looks to raise funds for SHS ‘Spirit Signs’

Eagle Scout project Who: Sequim teen Kaleb Needoba What: Eagle Scout project to create, install ‘Spirit Signs’ at Sequim High School celebrating SHS state champions… Continue reading

Scout looks to raise funds for SHS ‘Spirit Signs’
Blessing in Blyn

Blessing in Blyn

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and community celebrated and blessed the tribe’s new hotel in Blyn with songs, speeches and a ribbon-cutting on Aug. 4. The… Continue reading

Blessing in Blyn