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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
With Sequim’s entertainment venues, it’s the drama on stage audiences crave, not necessarily off.
Findings on museum properties show alleged spirits activity
After 14 years, Clallam County Fire District 3 is hiring a new fire chief.
Legislation on hold that regulates music companies in Washington state
Museum hosts paranormal crew at schoolhouse April 25
The modern day spin-off of J.M. Barrie’s classic tale brings in a new cast including 11-year-old orphan Piper Pizzinni, an heir of Peter Pan, whom readers are introduced to on her birthday, being delivered to Fitch’s Last Ditch Foster Home.
Port Angeles up next in Sequim on Friday night for the Wolves
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series about different aspects of Sequim’s arts community. Look next week, April 22, for Part 3.
Still's tenure as varsity girls basketball coach included 2 trips to districts, 4 all-league players.
An inside look at Sequim’s art galleries and artists
Gardiner Garden Club partners with Sequim HS welding students
Peninsula Singers' show to feature patriotic, classical tunes April 11-12
Sequim's boys soccer back in action April 14 after week off
Sequim Boys & Club earns scholarships for graduating students
Laraine Claire, the interim executive director at KSQM 91.5 FM, heard her father’s signals loud and clear.