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The rain held off just long enough for the Sequim Irrigation Festival to finish its Grand Parade on Saturday and organizers remain generally pleased with the results of the 121st festival
Aliyev visits U.S. for first time in pursuit of master’s degree
Sequim pastors reflect on churches merging, look to future
Cultural exchange could send Baker brothers to Japan
Officials seek input on new seniors’ facility
Shea, McMenamin repeat league title wins as three vie for championships through districts berth
Contract calls for completion before August’s Dungeness Cup
In a milestone year, cast and crew with the Sequim High School Operetta Club find the stage cues and spotlights are lining up perfectly.
Following a deflected shot and stellar defense, Sequim’s boys soccer (6-4 in league, 9-5 overall) looks to make the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year this week in a close race.
Sequim attorney says at least five homes not billed
City would operate from Transit Center during a disaster
Amazon imprint releases Lisa Preston’s ‘Orchids and Stone’
Staff say complex closer to Sequim comes without debt
Churches, service agencies prompt unified program
The mountain view remains beautiful and the birds continue to soar over the area but the water remains high in one Dungeness basin.
Accomplishments include adding bike parking, coordinating local businesses
Sharpshooting 9-year-old sinks 21 of 25 in Chicago
The U.S. Women’s Rugby Eagles team came to practice this week at the Albert Haller Playfields.
Proposals ask for $425,000 total in grants from state
Allison pleads not guilty, trial set for May 9; Officials plan to reopen school April 11