Alana Linderoth

From left

Marijuana stores coming soon

Two retail pot shops are set to open in Sequim

From left
After graduating from Sequim High in 1994

Sequim native carving out career in Hollywood

Wayne Bastrup has been cast in a variety of films and TV series, but most recently in the films “Love & Mercy” and “Terminator Genisys."

After graduating from Sequim High in 1994
From 2010 to 2015 the number theft and vehicle prowl reports has decreased in the unincorporated area of Clallam County which runs from Diamond Point to McDonald Creek (Area 1)

Residents rise against neighborhood crime

Sequim area resident: ‘Everyone has a responsibility’

From 2010 to 2015 the number theft and vehicle prowl reports has decreased in the unincorporated area of Clallam County which runs from Diamond Point to McDonald Creek (Area 1)
Mark Ozias

An earthquake prep Q-&-A with Mark Ozias

Clallam County Commissioner Mark Ozias was among a number of county and City of Sequim representatives to attend the executive-level Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) seminar in January in Olympia.

Mark Ozias
More access, lower costs for dental care in demand

More access, lower costs for dental care in demand

State representatives are looking to overcome challenges

More access, lower costs for dental care in demand
Eelgrass (Zostera marina) is recognized by the Puget Sound Partnership

Emphasis on eelgrass

Local scientists continue work to restore a critical habitat

Eelgrass (Zostera marina) is recognized by the Puget Sound Partnership
Without a larger flight pen

Fight for flight

Raptor advocates seek pen to rehab, release eagles, large birds

Without a larger flight pen
Elk Creek Apartments

What’s ‘affordable housing’ in Sequim?

Who qualifies and what more may be needed

Elk Creek Apartments
Clallam County commissioners to consider SARC support

Clallam County commissioners to consider SARC support

Board mulls a $731K grant center officials say is key to reopening, YMCA partnership

Clallam County commissioners to consider SARC support
In early January a partial skull of what’s likely a Columbian mammoth emerged from eroding bluffs surrounding Sequim Bay. Officials with the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture have since collected the fossil

Mammoth remains unearthed near Sequim Bay

Remains found by eroding bluffs reveal piece of area’s history

In early January a partial skull of what’s likely a Columbian mammoth emerged from eroding bluffs surrounding Sequim Bay. Officials with the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture have since collected the fossil

Inslee, state launch second phase of shellfish initiative

A renewed state initiative centered on water quality and shellfish aligns with local work and research happening in and near Sequim’s marine waters.

A collaborative effort is underway to pursue a large site near River Road for an off-stream reservoir

Forecast predicts benefits of reservoir

Sequim’s 2015 was a record wet, warm year

A collaborative effort is underway to pursue a large site near River Road for an off-stream reservoir
Megan O’Mera

City council backs school bond proposal

SHS students speak up in favor of $54 million construction plan

Megan O’Mera
Ryan Jewel

Getting healthy together

Coalition aims to confront issues of community health, reverse bad trends

Ryan Jewel
Diamond Point community members (from left) Marty Hoffman

Welcome to Holiday Lane

Diamond Point Road, a reflection of holiday cheer

Diamond Point community members (from left) Marty Hoffman
Ecycle Northwest

Out with the old, in with the new

Recycling service reflects peak of shopping season

Ecycle Northwest
Railroad Bridge Park filled with community members on Dec. 30 to join the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe for a ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the newly constructed bridge across the Dungeness River.

SLIDESHOW New Dungeness Bridge, Blessing Draws a Crowd

The community celebrated the reopening of the Railroad Bridge on Dec. 30 with a special ceremony led by the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe

Railroad Bridge Park filled with community members on Dec. 30 to join the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe for a ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the newly constructed bridge across the Dungeness River.
Sequim author of the series “Marching with Caesar” R.W. Peak

Series sparks creation, connection

Sequim author and local artist help bring Roman history to life

Sequim author of the series “Marching with Caesar” R.W. Peak
A result from recent rainfall

Finalizing Canyon Creek’s fish ladder

Work reconnects fish with their ‘essential’ habitat

A result from recent rainfall
Officials with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Marine Sciences Laboratory have submitted a Shoreline Exemption application to the county in preparation for future activity related to research projects in Sequim Bay.

Marine Sciences Laboratory readies for future research

Positioning for future work at the Marine Sciences Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory officials submitted a Shoreline Exemption application on Dec. 16 to the county for approval on research activities anticipated to occur between January and September 2020 in areas including Sequim Bay.

Officials with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Marine Sciences Laboratory have submitted a Shoreline Exemption application to the county in preparation for future activity related to research projects in Sequim Bay.