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This year marked the 15th anniversary for the Dungeness River Festival. Hundreds of visitors, including elementary students, packed Railroad Bridge Park and the Dungeness River Audubon Center on Friday, Sept. 26.
Event celebrates 50th anniversary of Wilderness Act with art show
Trial date likely set this Friday in superior court
The final demolition project for the City of Sequim’s Civic Center is set to begin next week.
Moroles scores four TDs to lead Sequim; SHS takes on No. 7-ranked North Kitsap on Friday
SHS coach optimistic as 16 athletes earn personal bests
Some early season R&R might help the Lady Wolves soccer team (1-1 in the Olympic League and 2-1 overall) in the long run following a string of injuries, says head coach Victor Lancheros.
Man demands gift cards over phone or threatens to detonate a bomb.
With one word to describe the season outlook for the Sequim High School girls swim/dive squad, head coach Anita Benitez says, “Inspiring.”
Peninsula’s humane society seeks mediation help from animal control
Fred Anderson, 69, came to Sequim 20 years ago sight unseen.
Players call for more courts while city looks to Parks Master Plan
Lawsuit filed against city for not sending initiatives to voters
Partial paralysis doesn’t deter 74-year-old Lloyd Brown
Neil Simon’s ‘Rose’s Dilemma’ fills in for ‘The Good Doctor’
Second year brings back planes, cars and R/C to Sequim Valley Airport
Jerry Jeff Pedersen, 29, a former volunteer assistant coach with the Sequim High School girls varsity basketball team, pled guilty Thursday, Aug. 21, to five felony counts of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes.
Opponents and proponents came out in full force on Monday to speak on two proposed changes in union practices in the City of Sequim.
Group encourages other stores in franchise to participate
The Co-Op Farm & Garden, 216 E. Washington St., recently announced it paid out $30,266 to members with active stock equity from 1959-1973.