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While the score may not show it in the recent 58-18 home loss to the North Mason Bulldogs on Dec. 16, some Sequim wrestlers continue to shine on the mats.
Staff: Solution ‘out of the box’ for neighborhood complaints
Families brought in the Christmas spirit Saturday morning with elves, trains and plenty of food at First Teacher’s Breakfast with Santa.
Major changes are in store for the Sequim Lavender Farmers Association in 2015.
A second 3.5 percent electricity bump in two years is proposed in the Clallam Public Utility District’s 2015 budget along with other increases for sewer and wastewater users.
Elise Beuke and Kylee Williams helped Sequim avoid an 0-2 start for the season by overpowering the boards last Friday night against the visiting Klahowya Eagles.
Two propositions to change the City of Sequim’s collective bargaining policies were denied again last week in Clallam County Superior Court.
Pioneering career spans 34 years; Andrews, Hudson up for position
SARC hosted possibly one of its smallest high school swim meets ever on Thursday, Dec. 4.
Recent efforts to repair two tennis courts at Sequim High School might not be enough to reopen them for play this spring due to unsafe conditions.
Sequim High diver conquers fears while honoring her brother
The face of Sequim wrestling is changing. Following two winless team duel-meet seasons, the Wolves look to power their way back up the Olympic League and state rankings with 39 athletes.
As the celebration of Christmas seems to come closer and closer to some each year, members of the Sequim Community Christmas Chorus have no qualms talking Christmas each September.
Owners drop price as attraction is rebranded for new buyers
More than a month in and Sequim students with the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center continue to work on Phase 1 of remodeling the Guy Cole Mini-convention Center.
Even in the end, Jim Fisher was writing. It was two days before his death that he submitted his last work “The Final Poem” for print, said Ruth Marcus, his friend and publishing partner.
Feibus rejoins group following heart attack at rehearsal one year later
Coach hopes to build on successes in 2015 season next fall
Sheriff’s Office asks residents to wait as new gun law forms
Sequim’s coveted crop pushes July taxes past Christmas sales