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Going into her 23rd year as Wolves head coach, Sequim’s Jennie Webber Heilman may be facing her toughest challenge yet.
Randy Dorn, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, helped Sequim with its unofficial school kick-off on Aug. 26.
Senior-heavy Sequim looks for redemption, league crown
Rodriguez, recruits bolster Peninsula Pirates’ 2015 roster
Nationally ranked Pirates embrace rare prospect of underdog role
Officials consider options, cut hours to keep facility open
Officially, the title Dr. Ann Renker carries now is Interim Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning. Unofficially, her position could be better termed, “change agent.”
Whatever happens, I have a gut feeling I’m going to be drinking half of this body of water. But I don’t tell this to my guide — at least, not right away.
Board unanimous in putting measure on general election ballot
Sequim-Port Angeles matchup scheduled for Aug. 9 at Peninsula College
Editor Mike Dashiell weighs in about gas prices, Port Angeles, and more.
Tuiasosopo’s team takes top honors at Sonny Sixkiller Celebrity Golf Classic
In helping young girls reach for the stars, Sequim Soroptimists are hoping they’ll reach out to others. In this case, with dolls in hand.
A throng of supporters helped one of the newest groups of Sea Hawkers — official Seattle Seahawks fan clubs — throw a 12th Man party Saturday.
Academy aims to give area’s intermediate players a jump on competition
SHS class of 2015 graduate completes scouting feat just before age cutoff
First tribe to earn designation from national group
Tuition in Washington just got a bit more affordable. It’s gone from ludicrously expensive to just ridiculous.
A quintet of Sequim High baseball players are helping their prep baseball brethren from Port Angeles and across the North Olympic Peninsula gear up for the Babe Ruth State tournament, set for July 13-15 in Ephrata.
Agnew’s Richard Anderson among four to receive honors