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Fire department plans to increase staff level for holiday weekend
Last local medical dispensary closes its doors Thursday
Staff with the City of Sequim recently announced plans to improve a portion of Fir Street.
Program offers more than 20K free lunches to children in Sequim and Port Angeles
Consensus not reached to limit fireworks discharge times
City of Sequim accepting public comments through June 24
Sequim High School’s operetta received more accolades from The 5th Avenue Awards on June 6 for another grand operetta.
Sequim rower reflects on first year of college at University of Washington
The Sequim School District plans to replace every sink fixture in Greywolf Elementary School and two at Helen Haller Elementary School following its voluntary testing in May for lead in its water fixtures.
Drew Chadwick talks music, reforming and his time in Sequim
School district hosts information meeting June 2 at middle school
Sheriff’s Office gives schools high marks for effort
Matthew Richards placed eighth in the 2A state boys’ tennis singles tournament on May 27-28 at the Nordstrom Tennis Center in Seattle.
McMenamin finishes fifth, girls team takes fourth overall
After years of instructing art, Carrie Rodlend, 62, says her classes are much more than strictly about art.
Grant switches from propane to heat pumps
The City of Sequim plans to handle its nuisance issues differently after years of complaints.
One corner in the Olympic Medical Center Cancer Center recently became much brighter.
School production is featured for one night only on Wednesday, May 25
Balkan finishes 11th at districts, Arnold and Carter 18th and 22nd