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Break-ins, no thefts at Sequim storage unit facility

Police continue to investigate attempted burglaries

 

City to send proposal to port for John Wayne Marina

Agreement would keep access, policy-making open to public

 

Former city clerk dies at 60 from breast cancer

Memorial service set for Dec. 1, gallery dedication Dec. 6

 

River Center’s Nature Mart moves to Blyn due to construction

Volunteers look to fund education programs

Sequim looks to lobbyist to keep Simdars Road project afloat

City partners with Clallam County, Jamestown Tribe for coalition

Students ready to run for books at Turkey Trot

Helen Haller PTO seeks $18K for summer book program

Toys for Sequim Kids drive begins

Sequim Community Aid seeks toys for local children

Volunteers stuff 800 bags for food bank’s Thanksgiving

Community members came together Tuesday morning to make short work of Thanksgiving dinner for hundreds of Sequim residents at the Sequim Food Bank, 144 W.… Continue reading

‘Silent Sky’ creates ‘sense of wonder’

OTA play runs two more weekends in Sequim

Fir Street completion major component of Sequim’s 2020 budget

City councilors to consider $37.7 million budget end of month

A view of Silver Creek from the Silver Lake Way Trail in September. A consolidation of parking at the Tubal Cain Trailhead will add to non-motorized travel time to Silver Lakes way trail in 2020 after a new plan goes in place to decommission and/or close some roads to vehicles. Photo by Michael J. Foster/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Olympic National Forest trails to see changes in 2020

Vehicle access being limited with about 30 miles of roads impacted

A view of Silver Creek from the Silver Lake Way Trail in September. A consolidation of parking at the Tubal Cain Trailhead will add to non-motorized travel time to Silver Lakes way trail in 2020 after a new plan goes in place to decommission and/or close some roads to vehicles. Photo by Michael J. Foster/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Fire District’s EMS levy renewed for 2021

Continuing tax supports one-fourth of fire district’s budget

Downtown goes all out for another Halloween

Whether door to door or business to business or at one big event, candy abounded for local children on Halloween in Sequim. Hundreds of children… Continue reading

Boo Hunger drive brings in 4,500 pounds of food

Donations support Food Bank’s Thanksgiving baskets

Christmas cheer comes early with ‘Elf The Musical Jr.’

Ghostlight Productions stages second childrens show

Music Live at One features music ‘from the road less traveled’

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s next Music Live at One features Jason Popelka and friends Gary Prosser and Dave Keyte playing originals and music from the… Continue reading

OTA goes to the galaxy with ‘Silent Sky’ opening Friday

Ginny Holladay Jessee looks to the stars with Olympic Theatre Arts’ “Silent Sky” opening Nov. 8. She stars as real life astronomer Henrietta Leavitt at… Continue reading

Sequim city manager receives positive review, pay increase

City councilors encourage Bush to improve staff responsiveness

Sequim Civic Center gallery named after longtime city clerk

Kuznek-Reese honored for her service, dedication to art

Sequim teen keeps promise to support community despite personal loss

River’s Christmas Project continues this holiday season