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Despite wild weather organizers of the third annual Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire pressed on Aug. 29-30 at the Sequim Valley Airport.
One-acts ‘Inspector Hound’ and ‘15-Minute Hamlet’ hit the stage
City councilors seek solutions with playfield advocates
Okanogan Complex fires are largest in Washington’s history
Cutting Garden hosts its final public event as four artists join together Labor Day weekend
Third annual event adds night glow, formation planes to 2015 show
Grants could help homeowners with failing septic tanks
Rower returns to Dungeness, reflects on world championships
Tradition reigns at the Clallam County Fair as Clallam’s main event continues into its 96th year.
Foghat appearance could mean more shows, promoter says; motorcycle up for grabs
Robin Hall, 51, known for her work directing the Sequim High operetta and other plays, is recovering in Bremerton following bypass surgery.
The community came together to rescue a horse on Thursday morning.
New verbiage in the Sequim Municipal Code provides the City of Sequim’s Fire Marshal Ann Hall more legal backing if she were to ban fireworks during the Fourth of July in a time of extreme fire danger.
It’s time for Sequim to celebrate graduation again. A little over 100 years ago, Sequim High sent off its first four graduates Leonard Fernie, Helen Knoph, Goodwin O’Brien and Neva Peterson. Since then the high school has hosted at least 8,500 Sequimites who donned caps and gowns for graduation night.
Weather, illness affect outcome at international competition
Sequim Lodge celebrates centennial with book, Aug. 7 exhibit at museum
Strait Stamp Show on Aug. 8 to honor Freemason group
City’s requests too costly for nonprofit groups, leaders say
‘North Coast’ shares positive tale of 2 women together, says author
New production company runs musical as flagship show