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Sequim schools' newest administrator is district's first assistant superintendent
Sequim actress’ one-woman Lillian Carter show hits the stage in Port Townsend
Roping and riding, chopping and splitting, crashing and burning … the Clallam County Fair has plenty in store for the local sport and recreation fanatic.
Bo Pinnell is, by even his own definition, mature for his 22 years.
A century ago, if you were a resident living north of what we now call Sequim — somewhere near Dungeness, for example — and your home caught fire, you were likely in for a long night.
Move reduces threat of litigation, superintendent says
A few weeks back, I wrote about the burden we seem to be placing on students coming out of college. Now I have a number: $23,293.
Movers from Modern Building Systems of Aumsville, Ore., help transport two halves of a portable classroom to the north end of Helen Haller Elementary School.
Sequim High School's football squad preps for season at Sequim’s SportsFit
Seattle-based The Senate gives its audience something to dance to at Olympic Cellars Winery on July 26, part of the winery’s Summer Concert Series.
A change in state law and the way Washington schools address non-discrimination policies has some Sequim residents concerned about how those policies will be enforced in local schools.
Second Tour de Lavender wheels locals, visitors across peninsula
It just so happened that I was thumbing through a particular book that piqued my interest when I heard about Richard Olmer’s passing. The book’s title? “The Book of Dead Philosophers” by Simon Critchley.
On July 1, customers of Clallam County Public Utility District 1 saw a bump in their electric utility rates. It’s a familiar sight and something PUD officials say they should get used to.
Youth baseball teams eye Firecracker tourney, postseason this weekend
Ash Apollon, a key figure in Peninsula College’s men’s team championship in 2013, will forgo his sophomore season at P.C. after signing with Bangkok FC of the Thailand Premier League.
Elise Beuke is a kind of lone Wolf. And frankly, she’s OK with that. A self-described athletic, artistic and spiritual person, the 17-year-old Sequim High School student finds a kind of symbiosis out on the water in a rowing shell.
Every time I leave Sequim, I come to appreciate it more and more.
Sam Manders is graduating from high school and his decade-long tab top project — but he’s found a friend to carry on his effort
Neal is principal at Spokane’s West Valley High School