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COVID-19 cases keep rising on Peninsula; OMC transfers cases to Jefferson Healthcare

Public health authorities confirmed an additional 123 COVID-19 cases on the North Olympic Peninsula on Wednesday after the numbers had leaped by 407 over the… Continue reading

 

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Boys basketball: Wolves snap mini slide, overcome Olympic

Playing in front of a sparse crowd in an afternoon league match-up Monday, Sequim’s boys basketball squad roared to a 19-4 lead after one quarter… Continue reading

 

Girls basketball: Wolves win big in hardcourt return

With a pair of wins against league foes, Sequim came out of the winter break with some momentum heading into a Jan. 11 clash with… Continue reading

 

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Wrestling: Wolves grapple for top spots at Battle of the Axe

In the first major wrestling tournament most local teams had participated in since wrestling was shut down in the second half of December, Bremerton’s boys… Continue reading

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Boys basketball: Green, Moore spur Wolves’ first league win

A strong second half helped Sequim’s boys basketball squad shrug off a five-game losing streak and pick up its first league win of the season… Continue reading

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Girls basketball: SHS beats Bulldogs to stay undefeated in league play

A close victory on the road at North Mason last week helped Sequim go into the winter break with an unblemished 4-0 mark in the… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Wolves fall in match-ups with Knights, Kitsap squads

After a season-opening win against Forks, Sequim’s boys basketball team ran into some stiff competition last week and early this week, dropping a trio of… Continue reading

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Girls basketball: Bates leads Wolves’s rout over Knights

The Sequim girls basketball team didn’t play its best game, according to coach Joclin Julmist. But the team got great games from Hannah Bates and… Continue reading

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Volleyball: Wolves earn eighth seed at districts

Sequim’s volleyball squad is just a win or two away from a state tournament berth — but it gets a tough foe to kick off… Continue reading

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Captain-Crystal Stout and therapy dog Lucee. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Community Service Awards to be presented Thursday

Four people have been selected as recipients of three 2021 Clallam County Community Service Awards. Bruce and Kathleen Reiter, Jim Stoffer and Captain-Crystal Stout will… Continue reading

Captain-Crystal Stout and therapy dog Lucee. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Boys tennis: Wolves edge Roughriders for season sweep

It took three sets in a pair of key matches, but on Oct. 14 Sequim managed to edge rival Port Angeles for the second time… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Wolves fall 1-0 to Vikings, Spartans

North Kitsap avenged a 2-0 Sequim win on Sept. 16 with a 1-0 shutout of the Wolves in Poulsbo on Oct. 12. The Wolves were… Continue reading

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The ferry MV Coho sails past Port Angeles City Pier during a maintenance run in May 2020. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

US land borders to reopen in November

Black Ball awaits more information before setting date to resume service

The ferry MV Coho sails past Port Angeles City Pier during a maintenance run in May 2020. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam adds 7 new COVID cases

Seven new COVID-19 cases were reported on the North Olympic Peninsula on Tuesday, with five in Clallam County and two in Jefferson County. That brought… Continue reading

Volleyball: Wolves improve to 8-2 with wins over Riders, Trojans

Sequim’s Wolves swept rival Port Angeles 3-0 on Oct. 5 (25-22, 25-18, 25-22), though two out of the three sets were close. The Wolves won… Continue reading

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Boys tennis: Wolves edge Roughriders in close match

Sequim swept all three singles matches and one of four doubles match-ups to edge rival Port Angeles 4-3 on Sept. 23. The victory helped the… Continue reading

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Fiber Arts Festival kicks off Friday

The North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, which begins Friday, Oct. 1, offers a museum exhibition, educational demonstrations of fiber processes and hands-on experiences for children… Continue reading

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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

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UPDATED: Forks mourns deaths of three teens

Two others in critical condition Saturday