Alana Linderoth

Employees at Pioneer Recycling Services sort through the recyclables after they arrive in a compressed bale form from surrounding communities

A local look at recycling

Where, how and how much of our waste winds up getting reused

Employees at Pioneer Recycling Services sort through the recyclables after they arrive in a compressed bale form from surrounding communities

County administrator: 2016 budget appears ‘flat’

The word that best describes the 2016 preliminary budget is “flat.”

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Get rooted with Sequim’s growing community

Agnew store joins 19th annual Clallam County Farm Tour on Saturday, Oct. 3

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Milestone met for 3 Crabs restoration project

Milestone met for 3 Crabs restoration project

Commissioners OK future vacations of 3 Crabs Road, Sequim-Dungeness Way

Milestone met for 3 Crabs restoration project
Preparing for the November General Election

School board candidates talk timely topics

Merits of Sequim School District's construction bond weighed

Preparing for the November General Election
Using $2.1 million of the proposed $49.3 million Sequim School District construction bond

School advocates eye bond support as district sets forums

Sequim Schools Superintendent Gary Neal talks immediate needs

Using $2.1 million of the proposed $49.3 million Sequim School District construction bond
Veterinary officials warn of salmon poisoning disease

Spawning salmon pose potential dog illness

Dog owners advised to keep dogs on leash at local waterways

Veterinary officials warn of salmon poisoning disease
Second-graders Selina Meyer and Sofia Chavez read to visiting student Amu Nagata during the tour of Teresa Thorson’s second-grade classroom at Helen Haller Elementary School.

Shiso students pay visit to Sequim

The Sequim-Shiso Sister City Association’s Student Educational Exchange Program, 10 students and three adult chaperones from Shiso, Japan, stayed with local host families.

Second-graders Selina Meyer and Sofia Chavez read to visiting student Amu Nagata during the tour of Teresa Thorson’s second-grade classroom at Helen Haller Elementary School.
The Dungeness Railroad Bridge and crossing now serves as a critical portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail

All ready for the River Fest

Event also celebrates Dungeness Railroad Bridge’s 100th anniversary

The Dungeness Railroad Bridge and crossing now serves as a critical portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail
Carrying “Promise Garden” flowers of four different colors to represent the varying connections to Alzheimer’s disease

Walk to cure Alzheimer’s at fourth annual Sequim event

Hundreds of individuals gather Saturday in support of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Carrying “Promise Garden” flowers of four different colors to represent the varying connections to Alzheimer’s disease
Brothers Jonathan and Jasper Tipton practice matching plants with their leaves during a morning lesson at Owl's Hollow Nature School with teacher Joshua Sylvester.

Early learning through nature

All-outdoor Owl’s Hollow Nature School grows into its second year

Brothers Jonathan and Jasper Tipton practice matching plants with their leaves during a morning lesson at Owl's Hollow Nature School with teacher Joshua Sylvester.
City officials purchased background signs to make the motorist information signs along the South Sequim Avenue exit more attractive and conform to state requirements. Mimicking the Clallam County fee structure

City of Sequim Roundup: Officials visit Naval Air Station, approve sign code

Officials with the City of Sequim visited the Naval Air Station (NAS) on Whidbey Island late last month — a trip prompted by ongoing public concern associated with the Navy’s proposal to expand their electronic warfare training.

City officials purchased background signs to make the motorist information signs along the South Sequim Avenue exit more attractive and conform to state requirements. Mimicking the Clallam County fee structure
Commissioners OK rules to regulate recreational pot

Commissioners OK rules to regulate recreational pot

Clallam County Commissioners adopted local rules to regulate recreational marijuana nearly three years after Washington voters legalized it.

Commissioners OK rules to regulate recreational pot
Nearly 100 volunteers worked to make the annual fundraiser possible where 176 participants gathered to run or walk in support of the Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic.

Sequim walks for wellness

Just shy of their $35,000 goal, the 11th annual Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic fun walk and wellness fair raised $34,056 on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Nearly 100 volunteers worked to make the annual fundraiser possible where 176 participants gathered to run or walk in support of the Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic.
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Sequim man first at Wooden Boat Festival competition

The competition at the annual Edensaw Wooden Boatbuilding Competition proved no match for longtime Sequim resident Josh Turner and his skilled team.

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A project aimed at restoring the nearshore habitat and estuary surrounding the former site of The 3 Crabs restaurant requires portions of Sequim-Dungeness Way and 3 Crabs Road to be conditionally vacated and setback farther from the shoreline.

Public hearing set for Sequim-Dungeness Way and 3 Crabs Road road realignment

Road realignment project progress pending commissioners’ approval

A project aimed at restoring the nearshore habitat and estuary surrounding the former site of The 3 Crabs restaurant requires portions of Sequim-Dungeness Way and 3 Crabs Road to be conditionally vacated and setback farther from the shoreline.
Carefully marking the horizontal and vertical controls needed to accurately layout and thus construct the bridge

Building a better bridge

Construction begins on Railroad Bridge, part of ODT closed

Carefully marking the horizontal and vertical controls needed to accurately layout and thus construct the bridge
Veterans and their families recently traveled from Joint Base Lewis-McChord Warrior Transition Battalion to take part in the annual Wounded Warriors Marine Event aimed at aiding wounded soldiers on their road to recovery. Soon

Welcoming wounded warriors to the water

Veterans seek healing through fishing in Port Angeles and Sekiu

Veterans and their families recently traveled from Joint Base Lewis-McChord Warrior Transition Battalion to take part in the annual Wounded Warriors Marine Event aimed at aiding wounded soldiers on their road to recovery. Soon
Two local horsewomen

Calling all cowboys

Trail ride race and dutch oven BBQ set for Labor Day weekend on Chicken Coop Road

Two local horsewomen

County commissioners face recreational cannabis controls decision

Clallam County's recreational marijuana temporary ordinance expires Sept. 27