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Sequim High gymnast duo joins Port Angeles crew for ’14-’15 season
Barry nets 18 as Sequim finishes season sweep of Port Angeles
One bad quarter nearly did in Sequim's chances to survive a home upset.
Barry nets 27 as Sequim comes back for key road victory at Bremerton
Huff named state’s class 2A Coach of Year for cross country
Despite a disparity in the number of athletes, Sequim’s swimming and diving squad saw some improvement in a 124-49 loss to North Kitsap on Jan. 7.
After being nearly lulled unconscious by my 20th college football bowl game, I’m beginning to think this was a bad idea …
Four-plus-year effort has ‘Return of the ‘River’ gaining the spotlight
I don’t know about you, dear Gazette reader, but I’m not sure I’m ready for 2015. I’m still winded from a whirlwind 2014.
There were plenty of athletes and teams for Sequim sports fans to root for, from a dynamic pair of cross country teams and a phenom freshman golfer to the emergence of Sequim High’s girls wrestling program and the resurgence of SHS’s football squad.
A few years ago, sportswriting demigod Rick Reilly wrote a column about what he’d change if he were some kind of American Sports Czar and could change anything he wanted with the kind of impunity only Roger Goodell can imagine.
Get ready for the hordes arriving en masse — again. For the umpteenth time, Sequim is on another “great place to retire” list.
Hospital leaders eyeing expansion, adding staff to reduce wait times
As chief executive officer of a $146 million organization, Olympic Medical Center’s Eric Lewis’ salary is well below that of other area hospitals, much of them smaller than OMC.
Kudos to the local citizenry who took flocked to local stores during Small Business Saturday recently. Admittedly, it’s not an entirely small business concept but started out through American Express OPEN, the company’s small business unit.
Sequim WaKIDS program scheduled for Dec. 11 at Greywolf Elementary
The theme for this year’s Wolves squad is big. Big expectations, big shoes to fill, big questions about their lineup … and they’re just plain big.
With the closure of Sequim’s only bowling alley in June, SHS’s bowling squad hits the road to Port Angeles’ Laurel Lanes when they need to practice their pin-dropping, and not just for their official league matches.
A kind Sequim resident (who prefers to remain anonymous) recently dropped off a couple of items newspaper folks like myself consider treasures, both editions of the now defunct Sequim Press.
Special election for $49M construction proposal goes to voters Feb. 10