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City selects firm to find new city manager

The City of Sequim will partner with Colin Baenziger & Associates out of Richland to help recruit Sequim's next City Manager following Steve Burkett's decision to retire later this year.

Wrestling: Underclassmen lead the way for Wolves at state

Mendoza 7th, Pierson 8th while Ditlefsen, Ward take one win each at Mat Classic

Women take on taboo in Second Stage production

‘The Vagina Monologues’ set for two weekends at Olympic Theatre Arts

Third case of measles reported in Port Angeles

The Clallam County Health Department confirms a 43-year-old man who had direct contact with Port Angeles' first case, a man in his 50s who has since recovered, tested positive for the measles.

SARC board weighs options post-levy miss

Commissioners look into Metropolitan Parks District, re-running levy proposal

The Oasis at center of proposed music licensing bill

Rep. Van De Wege wants to start consumer alert campaign

Wrestling: Wolves to vie for state medals

Ward represents SHS boys with Ditlefsen, Mendoza and Pierson leading Sequim’s girls

For the love of the festival

Seven Sequim girls hope you’ll send them some support as they take center stage this Valentine’s Day for the annual Irrigation Festival Pageant starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, in the Sequim High School Auditorium, 533 N. Sequim Ave.

Measles case is isolated, stabilized in Port Angeles

Officials bringing more vaccinations to immunization clinics

City extends pot moratorium another six months

Attorney believes Washington state to merge medical/recreational industries

Wrestling: Wolves sending 11 to regionals

Three wrestlers, two girls, one boy, take first in sub-regionals

Girls Basketball: Wolves take on White River to open playoffs

Consistency is key to wins, coach says in opening game versus White River.

Sequim RadioShack to remain open following corporation filing bankruptcy

Sequim's Radio Shack, 680 W. Washington Suite B106, will remain largely unaffected following the news of its parent company filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Feb. 5, its owner says.

Princesses and Pathways

With elections and Valentine's Day on the horizon, don't forget to schedule a seat for one of Sequim's oldest traditions — the Irrigation Festival Pageant.

Animal control suggests new policies for ‘unadoptable’ dogs

Clallam humane society director plans proposal for late February

Girls Basketball: Port Angeles overwhelms Sequim on hardwood

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.

Appeal time expires in Sequim lawsuit

Similar collective bargaining case awaits hearing in Chelan

To Sequim, with love

OTA’s road to Valentine’s starts with ‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’

Girls basketball: Sequim slips in matchups with premier league teams

After a week of working to get ahead of .500, the Lady Wolves dropped two to the Olympic League’s best.

SARC levy ballots out

Leaders estimate reserves spent by end of 2016; vote may decide fate of recreation facility and pool