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The modern day spin-off of J.M. Barrie’s classic tale brings in a new cast including 11-year-old orphan Piper Pizzinni, an heir of Peter Pan, whom readers are introduced to on her birthday, being delivered to Fitch’s Last Ditch Foster Home.
Port Angeles up next in Sequim on Friday night for the Wolves
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series about different aspects of Sequim’s arts community. Look next week, April 22, for Part 3.
Still's tenure as varsity girls basketball coach included 2 trips to districts, 4 all-league players.
An inside look at Sequim’s art galleries and artists
Gardiner Garden Club partners with Sequim HS welding students
Peninsula Singers' show to feature patriotic, classical tunes April 11-12
Sequim's boys soccer back in action April 14 after week off
Sequim Boys & Club earns scholarships for graduating students
Laraine Claire, the interim executive director at KSQM 91.5 FM, heard her father’s signals loud and clear.
Officials say plan was to alleviate crime, improve neighborhood
For its third year, organizers of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Merchant Group’s BirdQuest matching game and Eagle Eyes Scavenger Hunt are having the events from April 1-11 so more people can get involved before and during the annual BirdFest April 10-12.
Tootsie’s owner buys landmark; Baja Cantina readying for opening in May one year after fire
Nearly two months after Albertsons and Safeway announced their official merger, any possible changes for Sequim’s Safeway at 680F W. Washington St., seem minimal for the time being.
The Wolves defeated Coupeville 12-1 in a league game at home on March 18 and came from behind to wallop Chimacum (non-league) 14-4 on March 20.
Paranormal investigation team seeks answers about ghosts in Sequim
Girls team plays after unsafe conditions led to six-month closure
Despite a lack of snowpack in the Olympic Mountains, unusually warm temperatures brought a downpour of 2.39 inches of rain according to www.wunderground.com on March 15.
Comet the pony got to enjoy the easy life at his 35th birthday celebration on March 13 outside the Sequim Boys & Girls Club.
Just two events in and Sequim’s best boy and girl golfers are on par with their performances last year.