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Leaders of Sound Community Bank expect the purchase of three Columbia Bank branches to go through by the work week’s end.
Halpern, recreational shop lottery winner, says he won’t sue
New music, food and events on board for this weekend's festivities
After a second go-round, signatures for two propositions put forth by Susan Shotthafer were verified for a future election if Sequim city councilors don’t act on them first.
Last week, Paul Haines, 62, the City of Sequim’s Public Works director, announced he is moving on this November after four-plus years in town. The news comes after Haines took a three-month leave of absence to walk 500 miles along El Camino de Santiago or The Way of St. James across northern Spain.
Super Bowl MVP Smith, also afflicted with disorder, encourages Bourm
Skip Kratzer, 77, of Sequim recently received an award he never imagined would be in his grasp much less on his studio wall.
Bank to negotiate Spruce Street purchase with city
Sequim area petitioners are looking to put two propositions to City of Sequim voters.
It’s almost time for one of Sequim’s biggest sales as the Ninth Annual Shipley Center Benefit Sale ramps up in the QFC Shopping Center, 990 E. Washington St., Suite 104.
City road improvements expected by U.S. Post Office in coming weeks
For a few years, Robin Hall has taken the lead on quality productions at Sequim High School including the popular operettas. This summer through Peninsula Family Theaters she and a large cast and crew finish their run of “Les Misérables” at Sequim High School auditorium running 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, July 31-Aug.2.
July 18-20 Sequim Lavender Weekend deemed best ever by Sequim Lavender Festival
Drug, sex crime charges fall outside state’s timeline
Study finds air quality spikes in tourism and cold seasons
Marty and Char Martin bought Sequim Spice and Tea, 121 W. Washington St., in April of last year before moving it a little over a week ago into the former space of Pacific Mist Books to accommodate a growing need.
Months after tragedy struck the Oso community with the devastating mudslide on March 22, a few locals have found a way to help residents affected by the disaster.
Wife finishes husband’s memoirs as new book recounts murder trial, years working as pastor
After lobbying by local businesses for a $5,000 proposal to promote and develop downtown events more, a majority of city councilors shot down the idea Monday night with some contention.
Whether you are busy picking out your perfect purple outfit or planning to sip lemonade in the shade, Sequim Lavender Weekend is bringing the masses to town.