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The poles are up and the welcome sign is on for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe.
Law enforcement is seeking any information about 23-year-old Lauryn Garrett, a Sequim woman, who has been missing since May 1.
Whether or not the iconic Sequim Co-op grain elevator and El Cazador site at 531 W. Washington St. goes to auction remains up in the air.
David Halpern of Gardiner and his Emanon Systems, Inc. could be Sequim’s first retail marijuana seller.
With so many distractions and hardships in the world, local singer-songwriter Jen Haugland hopes her her music can fall on the right ears.
Eileen Cummings takes the reins this year of one of Sequim’s most prolific events — the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Grand Parade on May 10. The parade, which stretches through much of Washington Street on Saturday afternoon, marches along more than 100 entries from floats to bands to dignitaries.
Sequim City Manager Steve Burkett will see a 3-percent raise following his high marks from a recent annual review.
Sequim’s iconic granary is going up for auction. The historical Clallam Co-op granary and former El Cazador site at 531 W. Washington St. goes to the highest bidder at 10 a.m. Friday, May 9, in the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., in Port Angeles.
Partnering with the Sequim School District may be a possibility for the North Olympic Library System to build a new Sequim Library.
The City of Sequim’s moratorium on recreational marijuana remains in effect one month after city councilors last upheld it.
You know the songs by heart. You’ve seen the movie dozens of times. But there’s still an audience who hasn’t seen or heard “The Sound of Music” — some of Sequim’s students.
Depending on the day and who is wearing whose clothes, the Bentz sisters – Makayla, 18, Mckenzie, 15, and Jordan, 14 — may be a battling bunch.
Some big decisions on the future of Sequim Library may come as soon as this Thursday.
As of late, Thomas Winfield, Nic Baird and the rest of the Wolves boys soccer team are overtime masters.
After making a go of it for more than two years, the owner of Crumb Grabbers Bakery, 492 W. Cedar St., has closed its storefront.
What remains of the former Sequim City Hall is rubble.
Yet again, Steve Burkett, the City of Sequim’s city manager, received high marks from Sequim City Council.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Rebecca Redshaw moved to the peninsula in 2001 from Palm Springs, Calif.
Mervin Manufacturing, local stalwarts of the premiere skate, snow and surf industry, made recent cuts to its work force in a restructuring of the business.
Jerry Jeff Pedersen, 28, a former assistant Sequim High School girls basketball coach, goes to Clallam County Superior Court on May 2 for arraignment following five alleged felony counts of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes.