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In his first game of the 2014 season, Sequim High senior Lijah Sanford notched the fourth of Sequim’s four goals in a 4-2 win at Port Townsend on March 25.
Mia Steben, a home-schooled sophomore from Sequim, stood before her fellow royalty court candidates and a room full of well-wishers Saturday afternoon. "I’m a person that likes challenges,” she told them.
One of just six counties in Washington State to use the Home Rule Charter form of government, Clallam looks to 15 representatives — three from each of its commissioner districts — to amend the county charter, a kind of constitution for our region.
For many young students in the Sequim area, he wasn’t the heralded collegiate basketball coach, the instructor, the legend.
It took all 90 minutes of regulation — and a few minutes more — to decide this early Olympic League showdown.
The Lady Wolves tennis team is off to a strong start with two early team wins.
Seeking its most ambitious capital build project in history, Sequim School District is hoping to garner support of voters this April to replace what they call aging and unsafe buildings and create more space for Sequim’s growing kindergarten population.
Help is on the way for Olympic Medical Center and Grays Harbor Community Hospital.
Gazette’s website gets a makeover, subscription feature
Sequim’s month-long-plus search for a new middle school principal didn’t have far to look. Vince Riccobene, executive director of Teaching and Learning for the Sequim School District and former principal at Helen Haller Elementary School, was selected from a field of five finalists for the Sequim Middle School principal job.