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SHS Boys Swim Winter Preview: Wolves look for big results from small numbers

SHS Boys Swim Winter Preview: Wolves look for big results from small numbers

Winter Sports Preview: Sequim High Boys Swimming Head coach: Linda Moats (16th year) 2015-2016 record: 0-6 in Olympic League Returners: Christian Goodrich, Alex Barikoff, Liam… Continue reading

SHS Boys Swim Winter Preview: Wolves look for big results from small numbers
Sports fitness facility expands to include high-quality equipment

Sports fitness facility expands to include high-quality equipment

Two Sequim couples want to offer high-end baseball and softball equipment for athletes across the Olympic Peninsula. John Qualls and Lisa Jones, and Chris Young… Continue reading

Sports fitness facility expands to include high-quality equipment
Winter Sports Preview 2016-17: Sequim High Wrestling

Winter Sports Preview 2016-17: Sequim High Wrestling

Winter Sports Preview: Wrestling 2015-2016 Season: 5-3 Head Coach: Bill Schroepfer; assistants: Chad Aubin, Dakota Hinton, Ethan Hinton, Becky Schroepfer, Charles Drabek Managers: Bailey Cauffman,… Continue reading

Winter Sports Preview 2016-17: Sequim High Wrestling
The Carlsborg crunch: Businesses see tough times through sewer project

The Carlsborg crunch: Businesses see tough times through sewer project

Grinning and bearing the impact of the Carlsborg Sewer Project has been tough for many locals. Business owners along U.S. Highway 101 saw a similar… Continue reading

The Carlsborg crunch: Businesses see tough times through sewer project

City of Sequim receives $3.1M for Fir Street reconstruction

Plans to reconstruct Fir Street by several Sequim schools are moving forward after the City of Sequim recently received a $3.1 million grant. The Washington… Continue reading

Food bank sees big numbers for Thanksgiving

Food bank sees big numbers for Thanksgiving

As anticipated, staff and volunteers at the Sequim Food Bank saw a big crowd over the weekend. Stephen Rosales, board president of the food bank,… Continue reading

Food bank sees big numbers for Thanksgiving
Helen Haller does the Turkey Trot

Helen Haller does the Turkey Trot

Hundreds of students at Helen Haller Elementary, 350 W. Fir St., are doing a Turkey Trot the day before Thanksgiving. They’ll walk, run, skip and… Continue reading

Helen Haller does the Turkey Trot

Roundabouts 101: City of Sequim staffers share roundabout protocol

Roundabouts have been a reality in Sequim since at least 2004. However, close calls and collisions continue to be a regular occurrence in roundabouts along… Continue reading

Sequim Police Department receives state accreditation

Sequim Police Department receives state accreditation

The Sequim Police Department earned accreditation from the Washington Association of Sheriffs &Police Chiefs (WASPC) last week ranking it among some of the best law… Continue reading

Sequim Police Department receives state accreditation
Food bank finds its harvest as community dinner offered at B&G Club on Thanksgiving

Food bank finds its harvest as community dinner offered at B&G Club on Thanksgiving

As the community readies for holiday gatherings and meals, the need remains steady at the Sequim Food Bank this time of year, organizers said. This… Continue reading

Food bank finds its harvest as community dinner offered at B&G Club on Thanksgiving
City of Sequim residents favor ban shooting off fireworks

City of Sequim residents favor ban shooting off fireworks

Residents in the City of Sequim overwhelmingly favor an advisory vote for Sequim city councilors to to ban discharging all consumer fireworks within city limits… Continue reading

City of Sequim residents favor ban shooting off fireworks
Sequim High sent seven girls to compete in the 2A state finals last weekend. They include, from left, Isa Benitez, Joie Darminio, Sonja Govertsen, Sydnee Linnane, Meguire Vander Velde, Anna Miehe and Jasmine Itti. Photo courtesy of Michelle Govertsen

Girls swim: Wolves take 22nd at state finals

The Lady Wolves swam to one of their best finishes in recent years at the state 2A finals. They placed 22nd on Nov. 11-12 at… Continue reading

Sequim High sent seven girls to compete in the 2A state finals last weekend. They include, from left, Isa Benitez, Joie Darminio, Sonja Govertsen, Sydnee Linnane, Meguire Vander Velde, Anna Miehe and Jasmine Itti. Photo courtesy of Michelle Govertsen
Sequim artist finds new horizon line after tragedy

Sequim artist finds new horizon line after tragedy

Following a tragic event and a simple act of kindness, Linda Stadtmiller, 68, knew she couldn’t give up her passion. For 25-plus years, Stadtmiller painted… Continue reading

Sequim artist finds new horizon line after tragedy
Sequim police chief retiring Dec. 15

Sequim police chief retiring Dec. 15

After 45 years in law enforcement, Sequim Police Chief William “Bill” Dickinson, 66, said he has one more big goal to finish in Sequim before… Continue reading

Sequim police chief retiring Dec. 15
Volunteers needed to plant dune grass at 3 Crabs restoration site

Volunteers needed to plant dune grass at 3 Crabs restoration site

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition hosts a planting session from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Meadowbrook Creek estuary just east of the… Continue reading

Volunteers needed to plant dune grass at 3 Crabs restoration site

Water rates and property tax increases seem likely in 2017 for Sequim city residents

Following the Sequim City Council’s first public hearing on its 2017 proposed $30 million budget on Monday, everything seems on tap for a 2-percent water… Continue reading

Girls swim: Seven girls slated for state swim meet

Girls swim: Seven girls slated for state swim meet

The Lady Wolves will send seven swimmers to the 2A state meet on Nov. 11-12 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. Teammates… Continue reading

Girls swim: Seven girls slated for state swim meet
Readers Theatre returns in new home

Readers Theatre returns in new home

After an 18-month hiatus, Readers Theatre Plus is back on the boards in its new home at the Fifth Avenue, 500 W. Hendrickson Road, Sequim.… Continue reading

Readers Theatre returns in new home
Dungeness Creamery receives sizable USDA grant

Dungeness Creamery receives sizable USDA grant

Chances are you’ll be seeing and hearing more about the Dungeness Valley Creamery in the coming years. Ryan and Sarah McCarthey, owners of the farm… Continue reading

Dungeness Creamery receives sizable USDA grant
Girls Soccer: Super season comes to end in shootout with PA

Girls Soccer: Super season comes to end in shootout with PA

See photos from the game here. A historic season came to a close in crunch time last Thursday for the Lady Wolves soccer squad. Sequim… Continue reading

Girls Soccer: Super season comes to end in shootout with PA