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SHS boys eye first state title; girls add track starts to lineup
I’ve never really felt bad for politicians. Ever. I mean, they’re the ones who sign up and run for what often seems to be either a fool’s errand or sure-lose proposition or worse (cue “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” minus the fairy-tale ending) ...
Sequim quarterback Moroles and stingy defense lead charge
Less than a week from their first action of the 2014 season, and the Sequim High's volleyball team is still looking for a bit of identity.
Sequim head coach Justine Wagner and her pack of Wolves aren't short on numbers — the number of players, anyway.
Sequim's girls soccer squad is getting an influx of freshman this year, and SHS co-coach Victor Lancheros says that's a good thing.
Strong spring, summer showings have Sequim looking to reclaim spot atop the Olympic League.
A $27.5 million budget for Sequim schools doesn’t look much different than last year’s spending and revenue plan, but students and staff alike will see some changes this September.
It was a busy day for parents, children and school advocates alike at the Back to School Fair, held Aug. 23 at the Sequim Boys & Girls Club.
Kanyon Anderson admits there are some mixed emotions for himself and the staff as he takes the helm of Peninsula College’s men’s soccer squad.
That target on the back of the Pirates just got bigger — much bigger.
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