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Ferguson talks about number of evolving topics on Olympic Peninsul
District plans to study an alternative during the year
Sequim Ballet offers free shows of “Peter and the Wolf” on July 25 and Aug. 1 at the Sequim Civic Center
Construction on trestle could begin at end of August, officials say
Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe express respect with ceremony
Residents share concerns, but park officials say site remains ideal spot
Revolutionary War reenactments coincides with Washington Lavender Festival
Rock Hollow Farm hosts second annual art show during Lavender Weekend
Fat Cat Lavender and Gifts joins the Sequim Lavender Festival Farm Tour and Sequim Lavender Weekend festivities.
Steelhead fishery slows, but plenty of pink salmon are expected
Collaboration improves population of Olympia oysters in Sequim Bay
Entity sought to better spending approach of opportunity funds
Dry, hot weather increases the potential for dangerous blazes
Opinions widely vary on the creation of a new taxing district heading toward the primary election that includes a proposition for a SARC (Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center) Metropolitan Park District.
Clallam County PUD is adjusting for steady expansion
A restoration project aimed at revitalizing a historic wetlands requires the realignment of a portion of 3 Crabs Road – setting it farther back from the Dungeness Bay shoreline.
Former Sequim Gazette reporter releases first novel
Donations for concert support Olympic Climate Action group
Feedback for the Clallam County Charter Review Commission via a questionnaire released online and through local news mediums in late May is due Tuesday, June 30.
I had the property, I already had the horse and understood the responsibility of caring for a one-ton animal, so naturally I thought to myself, “Why not raise a cow?”