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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
Well, election season is, for the most part, in the books, and I think we call all breathe a sigh of relief and get back to what we think our traditional roles in politics should be: complaining.
Everett edges Peninsula in final as P.C. comes up short in bid for three-peat
Sequim High senior is ready to row for Huskies next fall
Heartbreak, once again, comes to the Sequim Wolves at the West Central District tournament.
Wolves race to second place, best finish in school history; Shreffler is 33rd in girls’ race
With a 6-0 win in a shortened half of play at Silverdale Stadium, Port Angeles' Roughriders have ended Sequim's season Tuesday evening.
Victory sets up showdown with Sehome at state; Shreffler advances but SHS girls miss state by one place
Division champs or co-champs, the Peninsula Pirates are on top of the West once again.
If Peninsula's Pirates are going to earn an NWAC three-peat, they'll have to travel a road a bit longer.
On Thursday night, Sequim was hoping for a victory and to add extra time to their season. The Wolves got the extra time, but not in the way they intended.
A high school graduation requirement that has students completing a “senior culminating project” is on the way out for Sequim High School seniors. The change was official as of Oct. 20 and will be in effect beginning with the class of 2015 (this year’s seniors).
Armstrong, LeBlanc and Wallner lead Sequim toward state