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Two top-10 finishes at state, two Olympic League MVPs, one girls team league title, five competitors at state plus three more at districts and Sequim’s golf squads had another exemplary year putting the right numbers on the greens this spring.
Picklers seek funds for new courts at Carrie Blake Park
Two Wolves tennis players are heading to state while another waits for a spot to open this weekend.
Sequim High's 'Fiddler on the Roof' received honors from The 5th Avenue Awards.
Shea and McMenamin open state in Spokane in lead groups Wednesday
Sequim loses its first, only playoff game for third season in a row
Sequim’s top boy and girl golfers are also tops in the Olympic League.
Quilters unite to create, fund quilt for display at Cancer Center
Three-date extra performances follow soldout February shows in Sequim
Sequim sends three golfers to state and five to districts
League championship to determine Wolves’ state bids
From 14 members playing in Carrie Blake Park’s picnic shelter to summer concerts at its own amphitheater, the Sequim City Band has come a long way in its 24 years.
Pigtail game determines Sequim boys' soccer districts fate
It was a packed house for the City of Sequim’s Civic Center open house on May 1.
Portion of Fourth Avenue is rated the lowest in city limits
This week is now a battle for a guaranteed spot at districts for the Wolves.
Downunder Label Group likes Taylor’s commercial voice
Friendships for the ages forms the heart of Olympic Theatre Arts’ latest production “Lark Eden.”
With some last second heroics and strong second half possession play, the Wolves (5-3 in league, 6-4-2 overall) won in double overtime 3-2 over Port Angeles (4-4, 7-5) at home on April 24.
Cast and crew finds universal messages in ‘timeless’ play