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Enough with theory. Ian Houghton wants to put his passion for science into practice.
With less than a month before possible selection of a new superintendent, the Sequim School District’s board of directors and staff have a full slate of meetings to narrow their search.
Game, festivities promote cancer awareness on April 29 at Sequim field
Sequim woman says son’s death should serve as a warning for all parents, youths
Some of the top athletes in the 2A ranks were on the track and in the field last week in Port Townsend. And they were all wearing purple and gold.
Sequim’s offense pounded Port Townsend pitchers for 16 hits while SHS hurlers Daniel Harker and Gavin Velarde tossed five innings of no-hit baseball in an 18-0 win on April 16.
Sequim’s track squad got good performances in Tacoma, but eyes are on even better finishes in this city in late May.
A persistent Sequim offense batted back from a 6-0 deficit to knock off Kingston 7-6 on April 7, earning the Wolves a key Olympic League win.
Sequim Fastpitch remains undefeated in Olympic league play
A trio of former Sequim High softball stars are battling for wins on softball diamonds for their respective college teams this spring.
It was emotional (almost) last day for Janet and Dan Peterson at Sequim High School last week.
Happy April Fools’ Day! Here’s a wish that our family, friends and neighbors aren’t the unwitting fools in some recent scams going on around the Olympic Peninsula.
Wolves aim to rebuild all-league defense in highy competitive Olympic League
Sequim Wolves baseball gear up for league play starting this week
Shreffler tears up track while Oliver nears high jump mark at season’s first meet
District looks at eliminating late start Mondays next school year
Editor Mike Dashiell talks crime, the NCAA bracket and sewage.
The Sequim High Wolves kicked off their 2015 prep campaign with a split of preseason games Saturday.
For the second time in as many seasons, Sequim coach Brad Moore has his hands full filling out his roster.
Sequim schools superintendent Kelly Shea is one of three finalists for the open superintendent position for the East Valley (Spokane) School District, he said Feb. 26.