Olympic Peninsula News Group

Volleyball: Wolves top Trojans, fall to NK’s Vikings

Sequim’s volleyball squad earned a split of league games last week, sweeping Olympic’s Trojans on the road on Sept. 14 before falling in three sets… Continue reading

 

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UPDATED: Missing backpacker found, airlifted to get medical care

An overdue backpacker was found and airlifted to Olympia for medical evaluation and care, Olympic National Park reported Sunday night. Jerren Fisher, 26, of New… Continue reading

 

UPDATED: Forks mourns deaths of three teens

Two others in critical condition Saturday

 

Sequim city council candidate forum canceled

The Independent Advisory Association on Monday canceled a Sequim City Council candidate forum it had planned on Wednesday. Instead of a forum in council chambers… Continue reading

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Golf: Irwin Dental team takes Sixkiller tourney title

It took a little bit of overtime, but this squad of local golfers and a Husky gridiron great came away with a playoff win. The… Continue reading

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2021 Primary Election: Candidates draw early leads in hospital, school board, fire district races

A candidate for Sequim School Board who dropped out of the race not long after she filed is leading after initial returns in the Clallam… Continue reading

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Back-to-back championship soccer teams set for Hall of Fame

Peninsula College will induct four historic soccer teams and longtime basketball supporter Bill Peterson into its Pirate Hall of Fame on Sept. 25, the school… Continue reading

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Olympic Theatre Arts unveils 2021-2022 theatrical season

Olympic Theatre Arts Center has unveiled its 2021-2022 theatrical season: “Stories of an Irrepressible Humanity,” featuring a full lineup of comedy, drama and music. “Like… Continue reading

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Two injured in single-car wreck near Sequim

Two people were hurt near Sequim Monday, July 5, when the driver failed to negotiate a curve and the car left the roadway, traveled down… Continue reading

Gamma variant infections increasing statewide

The Gamma variant — also known as the Brazilian variant — of the unique coronavirus is making inroads into Washington state. The variant “is really… Continue reading

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Boys basketball: Second half surge propels Knights past Wolves

Sequim’s boys basketball squad hung tight with the first-place Bremerton Knights for a half, but couldn’t knock down enough shots in the second half in… Continue reading

Two people were seriously injured and a Washington State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer's vehicle was totaled in a collision near Discovery Bay on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol

State Patrol enforcement officer hurt in wreck

Driver of allegedly stolen pickup also airlifted to Seattle hospital

Two people were seriously injured and a Washington State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer's vehicle was totaled in a collision near Discovery Bay on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol
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Bellevue sweeps PC on hardcourt; Pirates cap season on June 2

Bellevue’s Bulldogs came to play, earning a sweep of both men’s and women’s basketball match-ups on May 31 in Bellevue to stay in first place… Continue reading

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2021 Duck Derby winners announced

Forty people won prizes in the duck pluck at the 32nd Great Olympic Duck Derby. The 32nd annual contest, conducted at Lincoln Park and streamed… Continue reading

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Clallam residents tell why they got the shot

“Why I Got Vaccinated,” a video produced by the Clallam County Public Health Department, asks community leaders and residents to tell why they received COVID-19… Continue reading

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Boys basketball: Sequim splits with Kingston, Klahowya

A third-quarter swoon sank Sequim in a 64-51 boys basketball loss to Kingston at home May 18. Playing without injured senior leader Erik Christensen, the… Continue reading

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Clallam County candidate filing begins today

Forty-two seats on Nov. 2 ballot Today is the first day of the candidate filing period for the Nov. 2 general election. Several hopefuls already… Continue reading

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Port Townsend man gets 96 months in prison for Sequim-area assaults

Port Townsend resident William T. Leoso on April 22 pled guilty in Clallam County Superior Court to four counts of Assault 2 with a Deadly… Continue reading

Bucs end Wolves’ league winning streak

Despite a pair of losses to Kitsap-area schools to end the regular season, Sequim’s Wolves are the Olympic League North Division champs and head into… Continue reading