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Wrestling: Sequim sends six to state Mat Classic from regional tournaments

Wrestling: Sequim sends six to state Mat Classic from regional tournaments

Siblings, a seasoned state competitor, a returner and two newcomers round out Sequim’s squad for the State Mat Classic tournament in the Tacoma Dome. After… Continue reading

Wrestling: Sequim sends six to state Mat Classic from regional tournaments
Women’s faith group holds first event Feb. 24-25 with Denver speaker, author in Dungeness

Women’s faith group holds first event Feb. 24-25 with Denver speaker, author in Dungeness

Elisa Morgan’s Wonderfully Made: Seeing yourself as God sees you Hosted by Olympic Peninsula Women’s Fellowship 6-9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday,… Continue reading

Women’s faith group holds first event Feb. 24-25 with Denver speaker, author in Dungeness
Girls Bowling: Staus finishes 36th at state bowling meet

Girls Bowling: Staus finishes 36th at state bowling meet

Sequim’s Destiny Staus placed 36th at the 1A/2A state bowling tournament on Feb. 2, at Narrows Plaza Bowl in University Place. Head coach Randy Perry… Continue reading

Girls Bowling: Staus finishes 36th at state bowling meet
Seven set for Irrigation Festival pageant

Seven set for Irrigation Festival pageant

Sequim Irrigation Festival Royalty Pageant when: 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11 Where: Sequim High School Auditorium, 533 N. Sequim Ave. Cost: $8 adult, $5 children… Continue reading

Seven set for Irrigation Festival pageant
Study finds Fire District 3 needs to grow

Study finds Fire District 3 needs to grow

The final report is out on Clallam County Fire District 3’s service study and the numbers show demand is growing. Fire Chief Ben Andrews said… Continue reading

Study finds Fire District 3 needs to grow
Teen arrested for allegedly burglarizing Sprint store

Teen arrested for allegedly burglarizing Sprint store

The Sequim Police Department arrested a 16-year-old Sequim boy early in the morning on Tuesday, Feb. 7, for an alleged break-in at the Sequim Sprint… Continue reading

Teen arrested for allegedly burglarizing Sprint store
Wrestling: Wolves teams take third at sub-regionals; 13 going to regionals

Wrestling: Wolves teams take third at sub-regionals; 13 going to regionals

Sequim has a huge contingent going to regionals this weekend. Between tournaments in Sequim and Belfair on Feb. 3-4, 13 wrestlers, four girls and nine… Continue reading

Wrestling: Wolves teams take third at sub-regionals; 13 going to regionals
Wrestling: Wolves ready for sub-regional tournaments on path to state

Wrestling: Wolves ready for sub-regional tournaments on path to state

Sequim seniors had a nail-biter for their last dual meet of the season. North Mason (3-4-1 in the Olympic League and overall) put in a… Continue reading

Wrestling: Wolves ready for sub-regional tournaments on path to state
Food finding new paths to those in need

Food finding new paths to those in need

In the past year, both Sequim and Port Angeles food banks have seen a decline in the number of people served on their distribution days.… Continue reading

Food finding new paths to those in need
Festival float barn redone, rededicated

Festival float barn redone, rededicated

Members of the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s board of directors and ambassadors with the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce came together Jan. 28 to honor efforts… Continue reading

Festival float barn redone, rededicated
Girls Bowling: Staus heads to state

Girls Bowling: Staus heads to state

Sequim’s Destiny Staus finished eighth overall among 1A/2A finishers at the West Central Districts III on Saturday, Jan. 28, in Tacoma to earn a state… Continue reading

Girls Bowling: Staus heads to state
Sequim lab looks to find the best biofuel in algae

Sequim lab looks to find the best biofuel in algae

Sequim scientists are turning algae inside out to find the best and cheapest biofuel possible in a new way. Dr. Michael Huesemann, a lead researcher… Continue reading

Sequim lab looks to find the best biofuel in algae
Seven vie for Irrigation royalty court

Seven vie for Irrigation royalty court

Seven girls seek four spots on the upcoming Sequim Irrigation Festival’s royalty court. Candidates include, from top left, Alison Cobb, Aubree Young, Cortney Gosset, Abby… Continue reading

Seven vie for Irrigation royalty court
Living Legends dance show celebrates cultures

Living Legends dance show celebrates cultures

Living Legends’ “Seasons” From Brigham Young University students 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1 PA High School Auditorium 304 E. Park Ave., Port Angeles $12 general… Continue reading

Living Legends dance show celebrates cultures
City supports dialogue on discrimination

City supports dialogue on discrimination

Some community members have called for action and conversations following a report of the removal of racist and anti-Semitic notebook papers posted in Sequim High… Continue reading

City supports dialogue on discrimination
Federal mandate to help salmon leads to new bridge in state park

Federal mandate to help salmon leads to new bridge in state park

In the coming months, a new bridge in Sequim Bay State Park will open to provide new passages for humans and to support salmon migration.… Continue reading

Federal mandate to help salmon leads to new bridge in state park
Girls Bowling: Two girls travel to Tacoma for districts

Girls Bowling: Two girls travel to Tacoma for districts

Sequim’s Dakota Henderson and Destiny Staus advance to the West Central District III bowling tournament this weekend after a strong showing in Silverdale. Henderson took… Continue reading

Girls Bowling: Two girls travel to Tacoma for districts
Locals gather for peace and women’s rights rally in downtown Sequim

Locals gather for peace and women’s rights rally in downtown Sequim

As millions of people gathered and marched worldwide through the day on Jan. 21 for women’s rights, a local gathering that night filled the southeast… Continue reading

Locals gather for peace and women’s rights rally in downtown Sequim
Proposed reservoir awaits land transfer, funding

Proposed reservoir awaits land transfer, funding

There’s plenty of local support percolating for a planned reservoir along the Dungeness River. However, as the Legislature meets, the project, like many other statewide,… Continue reading

Proposed reservoir awaits land transfer, funding
Sequim Sunrose Rotary members and Sequim Ambassadors with the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrate the club’s 30th anniversary with a ribbon cutting on Jan. 13. Photos courtesy of Sequim Sunrise Rotary

Sequim Sunrise Rotary celebrates 30 years

Sequim Sunrise Rotary celebrated 30 years of helping the community on Jan. 13, at Sunland Golf &Country Club, after its first ever meeting on Jan.… Continue reading

Sequim Sunrose Rotary members and Sequim Ambassadors with the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrate the club’s 30th anniversary with a ribbon cutting on Jan. 13. Photos courtesy of Sequim Sunrise Rotary