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The investigation continues into the cause of the May 19 fire that destroyed the building housing Sequim Consignment Co. and Baja Cantina Fresh Mexican Grill at 820 W. Washington St.
Police believe Lauryn Garrett left Port Townsend to Shoreline area
Olson may face murder charge; court appearance scheduled for May 28
Upwards of 300 local children cast a line into Sequim’s waters last Saturday.
Tiebreaker gives Sequim top seed into districts and Roughriders second seed.
One girls doubles team heads to the West Central 2A Girls Tennis Tournament this weekend while another pairing looks for one last chance in.
A fire reported at about 1:15 p.m. has fully engulfed the building housing Sequim Consignment Store and Baja Cantina on the 800 block of West Washington Street Monday.
Police officials report Lauryn Garrett, a 23-year-old Sequim woman, is believed to be OK as of Tuesday, May 20.
More than six months after a fire engulfed its facility, the Blue Mountain Transfer Station, 1469 Blue Mountain Road in Port Angeles, is set to reopen this Saturday.
Six golfers took a familiar course to state and districts last week. The Wolves took advantage of their home field for the Olympic League Tournament on May 13 held at The Cedars at Dungeness.
Museum trustees look to recruit donors before June 6 auction
By less than one stroke, Sequim freshman Alex McMenamin is the Olympic League MVP.
Sequim High School announces that Sequim High School senior Alexas Besand signs on to play basketball and fastpitch at Skagit Community College in Mount Vernon next fall.
Whether it’s a room full of Barbies or shelves packed with Teddy bears, collectors with the Olympic Peninsula Doll Club have a taste for just about everything in the hobby.
Jorn “Joe” van de Weghe, a Sequim High School math teacher for four years, is making a difference with Sequim students and fellow Washington mathematicians believe so, too.
The investigation of Lauryn Garrett, a 23-year-old Sequim woman, remains without any leads nearly two weeks after her father Fred reported her missing.
The bridge is back up between Sequim Arts and the Museum & Arts Center of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley.
The poles are up and the welcome sign is on for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe.
Law enforcement is seeking any information about 23-year-old Lauryn Garrett, a Sequim woman, who has been missing since May 1.
Whether or not the iconic Sequim Co-op grain elevator and El Cazador site at 531 W. Washington St. goes to auction remains up in the air.