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Future fund would help close income gap, supporters say

Brooklynn Hillemann WNPA News Service Young adults will be able to access a fund years from now to give them a boost if lawmakers pass… Continue reading


Salmon habitat rules would restrict agricultural uses

Brooklynn Hillemann WNPA News Service Advocates hope mandatory conservation of key habitat areas will help salmon runs recover, but opponents worry farmers will pay a… Continue reading


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Fast Lane Traders Reviews – Program Worth the Money to Buy?

Financial analysts and experts claim that investing in cryptocurrencies is a gold mine. Over the years, “digital money” or cryptocurrencies have become very popular. Some… Continue reading


Proposed law would force cities to increase housing density in single-family neighborhoods

By Juan Morfin WNPA News Service Forcing higher densities in Washington’s cities will help reduce housing costs, cut fuel emissions and put an end to… Continue reading


CORRECTED Sequim canine care gets an upgrade: Sonny’s Spaw adds self wash amenities

Sonny’s Self Wash, an extension of Sequim dog grooming business Sonny’s Spaw, opened on Jan. 5 at 680 W. Washington St., Suite B-101. “I put… Continue reading


Employment test for marijuana use questioned

Brooklynn Hillemann WNPA News Service Washington marijuana users won’t face losing their job over a positive drug test if a proposal under consideration in the… Continue reading

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YEC Focus Nootropic Reviews – Supplement That Works or Scam?

Cognitive health affects your quality of life. Lack of concentration, memory and chronic brain fog affects your decision-making ability and overall performance. Students require a… Continue reading

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Best Pre-Workout Powder Supplements That Work for Real Results

Whether you’re hitting the gym to lift weights, crushing a Peloton workout in your living room, a jog around your neighborhood, or you’re doing laps… Continue reading

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Chemicals in cosmetics targeted in new law

By Azeb Tuji WNPA News Service For a large portion of Washingtonians, the use of cosmetic products is a part of their everyday routine, but… Continue reading


Keto Cutter Reviews – Is Keto Cutter Weight Loss Diet Pill Legit or Scam?

When the body produces ketones as its primary energy source, this is called the ketosis state. Ketones are made in the liver from fatty acids,… Continue reading


Gorilla Flow Reviews – Healthy Prostate Support Supplement or Scam?

Most men suffer from prostate enlargement that can cause stress, anxiety, frustrations, and embarrassment. This condition is prevalent in most countries. According to NIH, men… Continue reading


A&E briefs — Jan. 19, 2022

Story Slam postponed With the increase in COVID-19 cases throughout the county, organizers of the Story Slam event slated for Friday, Jan. 21, at Olympic… Continue reading


Being Frank: Salmon recovery will take more than money

There’s no doubt about it. The Biden administration is working hard to pay the price for salmon recovery. The $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill is… Continue reading


Community news briefs — Jan. 19, 2021

College’s Social Justice Week spotlights documentary film Peninsula College’s Social Justice Week honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and seeks to highlight… Continue reading


Community scoreboard — Jan. 19, 2022

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, 7 Cedars Cup Winter Series, Jan. 12 First flight — Gross: 1. Mark Hash, 74; 2. Robert… Continue reading

Guest Opinion: Didn’t make any New Year’s resolutions?

January is usually the month that begins with effusive pledges, generally known as resolutions, that flavor, maybe even guide, the first few weeks of the… Continue reading

How our legislators voted

Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week. Along with roll call votes this week, the Senate also passed… Continue reading

Legislators kick off shortened 2022 session

Washington state legislators kicked off their short, 60-day legislative session with a long list of issues. As of Jan. 13, more than 800 new bills… Continue reading

Letters to the Editor — Jan. 19, 2021

Give thanks to road crews For the last couple of months, crews have been working to create a roundabout at the intersection of Sequim-Dungeness Way… Continue reading

Milestone: Carson named to President’s List at Southern New Hampshire University

Kimberly Carson of Sequim was recently named to Southern New Hampshire University’s Fall 2021 President’s List. Full-time undergraduate students who have earned a minimum grade-point… Continue reading