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Clallam humane society director plans proposal for late February
For spurts last Friday night, Sequim looked to start a winning streak of its own against Port Angeles. But Sequim couldn’t overcome missing close shots and free throws and committing timely turnovers and fouls in a 38-27 loss to the Roughriders on Jan. 30.
Similar collective bargaining case awaits hearing in Chelan
OTA’s road to Valentine’s starts with ‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’
After a week of working to get ahead of .500, the Lady Wolves dropped two to the Olympic League’s best.
Leaders estimate reserves spent by end of 2016; vote may decide fate of recreation facility and pool
Seven Sequim girls are seeking the 2015 Irrigation Festival crown
League leaders up next this week to challenge Wolves
Miller sinks game-winner in final seconds versus Roughriders
With Sequim City Manager Steve Burkett planning to retire by the middle of the year, Sequim City Councilors have begun the first steps for recruiting his replacement.
Oasis Bar & Grill revamps itself after national music companies put on pressure
Readers Theatre Plus (RT+), a Sequim nonprofit theater group that gives its proceeds back to local charities and through college scholarships, plans to take a temporary hiatus due to accessibility issues at the Dungeness Schoolhouse.
Sequim skater performs trick each day for two years
How do you feel about being a Sequimite? How about a Sequimarian? Or a Sequimmer or Sequimian?
Sequim artist, featured in First Friday Art Walk, finds solace in art post-car wreck
While the score may not show it in the recent 58-18 home loss to the North Mason Bulldogs on Dec. 16, some Sequim wrestlers continue to shine on the mats.
Staff: Solution ‘out of the box’ for neighborhood complaints
Families brought in the Christmas spirit Saturday morning with elves, trains and plenty of food at First Teacher’s Breakfast with Santa.
Major changes are in store for the Sequim Lavender Farmers Association in 2015.
A second 3.5 percent electricity bump in two years is proposed in the Clallam Public Utility District’s 2015 budget along with other increases for sewer and wastewater users.