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KSQM picks Claire for interim director

Laraine Claire, the interim executive director at KSQM 91.5 FM, heard her father’s signals loud and clear.

City nixes rental deal

Officials say plan was to alleviate crime, improve neighborhood

BirdQuest and Scavenger Hunt soar April 1-11

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.

Grain elevator has new owner

Tootsie’s owner buys landmark; Baja Cantina readying for opening in May one year after fire

Grocer expects little change in Sequim Safeway, Albertsons merger

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.

Fastpitch: Lady Wolves go 2-2 in first week

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.

The Haunting of the Dungeness Schoolhouse

Paranormal investigation team seeks answers about ghosts in Sequim

Sequim High School reopens tennis courts

Girls team plays after unsafe conditions led to six-month closure

Sunday rains flood six Sequim homes

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.

A horse’s happy birthday

Comet the pony got to enjoy the easy life at his 35th birthday celebration on March 13 outside the Sequim Boys & Girls Club.

SHS golf preview: McMenamin, Shea set for high marks

Just two events in and Sequim’s best boy and girl golfers are on par with their performances last year.

SHS baseball preview: Wolves bank on offseason efforts

With more hitting, deeper pitching and an athletic outfield, Sequim’s baseball coaches and players feel good about their chances this spring.

How about Bob? Sequim man declared oldest broadcaster in the nation

Even on his 90th birthday, Bob Massey remained dedicated to his craft.

Sequim superintendent accepts Spokane job UPDATED

Sequim School Superintendent Kelly Shea accepted the superintendent position at East Valley (Spokane) School District on Friday, March 6.

SARC hosts first adult swim meet

Swim meets in Sequim aren’t just for students anymore.

SHS girls tennis preview: Sequim rebuilds as courts await repairs

Sequim High School’s girls tennis team plans to make the best of cramped conditions.

Measles patients recover from illness but clinics continue

After more than a month of ongoing reports, Clallam County’s four recent measles cases have fully recovered, health officials report.

Girls Basketball: Three Wolves named to all-league second team

Three Lady Wolves were named to the Olympic League All-League second team last week.

Spiritual Spotlight: Couple moves from Maine to serve in Sequim Adventist church

Couple moves from Maine to serve in Sequim Adventist church; community service remains a top goal for church’s new pastors

City councilors back parks plan

Sequim High School tennis court closures leads to girls team cuts