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Smith plans to grow healthy options, backpack program
Community shares season’s greetings with Sequim Boys & Girl Club members
Served as Sequim mayor 2010-2013; position will be filled by appointment
More rate changes for Clallam County Public Utility District #1’s utility users are slated next year.
Book shares distilling help, discusses going legal route
Mac Macdonald talks movies, motivation and much more
City considers school bond endorsement, signs on with pickleball grant
Book signing is tabbed for Friday night at Sequim Museum & Arts
The Wolves keep climbing the ranks in major tournaments.
The lore is strong with this tale. It’s been buzzing for many years and it sounds to some that a few of Sequim’s creatures went on a journey not so long ago to a galaxy far, far away.
Wolves set for weekend’s Battle of the Border on Fri-Sat
The Wolves (1-1) slammed home a 63-42 win over Klahowya (0-3) on Dec. 4.
Sequim Family Advocates, City of Sequim agree on project
City residents can expect to see a slight increase in their water/sewer bills, some road repairs and a few other noticeable projects in the City of Sequim next year.
With only a few post players and a lot of speedy guards, Wolves look for fast breaks and make sure everyone on the floor can play any position.
Sequim Seventh-day Adventist Church hosts three Christmas concerts
Library officials slowing materials spending at four branches after years of exponential spending.
Popular duo Dillan Witherow, 22, and Abby Latson, 26, plan to self-release their latest album “Christmas,” a 5-track on Black Friday.
Sequim newcomer Jennifer Thomas releases her new Christmas album, ‘Winter Symphony’
Sequim Irrigation Fest, Pioneer Association select 2016 dignitaries