Blanchard to speak at conference, Clausen joins RE/MAX, Ford employees honored, more.
During the first week of May the consignment store Second Chance located downtown along West Cedar Street reopened for business, but under different ownership after the Museum & Arts Center (MAC) closed the store earlier this year.
Sound Financial Bancorp, Inc., the parent company of Sound Community Bank, announced this week that the bank has entered into an agreement with Columbia Bank to acquire three branches located on the Olympic Peninsula in Sequim, Port Ludlow and Port Angeles.
In mid-April Sequim locals Casey and Taria Nagler took the plunge and bought their first business together. The couple purchased a coffee stand, previously known as Trouble’s Brewing in Port Angles at the corner of Larch Avenue and U.S Highway 101.
Featured this week in What’s New at the Market is a business called Farmlife run by Whitney and Cody Bower, along with some help from their two sons. Orin is 8 and Jade is 4 years old. She says that for her Mother’s Day gift the boys and their father all went out and weeded her garden! Now that makes Mom happy!
When the federal government shutdown left the Olympic National Park closed to visitors last fall, Connecticut-based American Cruise Lines looked to find new excursions for passengers traveling on its popular Puget Sound cruise.
The City of Sequim has released a new tourism video to enhance the marketing efforts to bring more visitors to Sequim. The video is titled “How Do You Say Sequim?” playing on how often the name of the city is mispronounced.
The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has agreed to continue to be a sponsor of the Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby and other Olympic Medical Center Foundation events over the next three years, the foundation and tribal representatives announced earlier this week.