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View massive Seattle-bound cranes heading through Strait this Sunday

The Northwest Seaport Alliance will welcome four ZPMC Super-Post Panamax Cranes to the Seattle Harbor marking a significant milestone in the Terminal 5 Modernization Project.… Continue reading

 

Sequim Civic Center to reopen to public on June 14

The Sequim Civic Center, located at 152 W. Cedar St., will reopen to the public on Monday, June 14. Regular business hours are Monday through… Continue reading

 

COVID cases at Clallam County long-term care facility remain at 15

While no new cases were confirmed at the long-term care facility outbreak in Clallam County on Thursday, Health Officer Dr. Allison Berry is expecting more… Continue reading

 

City of Sequim

Sequim city manager search opens through July 2

Council agrees to candidate profile

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Long-term care facility outbreak up to 15 COVID cases

The long-term care facility outbreak in Clallam County has risen to 15 cases, with 11 residents and four staff testing positive for COVID-19 as of… Continue reading

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Sequim High preps 187 seniors for graduation; ceremony set for Friday

Sequim High School hosts the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony at the SHS stadium at 6 p.m. Friday, June 11. Each graduating student was issued… Continue reading

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Clallam reports 10 more COVID cases as state vaccination lottery begins

The first drawings of the “Shot of the Lifetime” lottery were Tuesday morning. Winners are expected to be contacted today and Thursday. All Washington residents… Continue reading

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City seeking participants for People of Sequim project

The City of Sequim is seeking participants connected to businesses that support the local tourist industry for a People of Sequim project. City representatives look… Continue reading

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Community news briefs — June 9, 2021

Friends’ books sale slated for Saturday The Friends of Sequim Library June Book Sale is set for 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Saturday, June 12, at Rock… Continue reading

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Dungeness River Audubon Center expansion project gets $300K boost

The Dungeness River Center is another big step toward its expansion, thanks to a Kansas-based foundation. Representatives with the river center announced this past weekend… Continue reading

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Family rededicates park’s restored totem

“I can see so much love in this.” Loni Grenninger’s words Saturday morning encapsulated a warm reception and re-dedication of a totem at Pioneer Memorial… Continue reading

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Fire destroys home, trailer near civic center

Property at one point was almost sold, rented to City of Sequim

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Part-time inspector hired for fire safety in Sequim

Focus remains on existing, large structures hosting groups

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Sequim Police Blotter

Police Blotter — June 9, 2021

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. June 1… Continue reading

  • Jun 9, 2021
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Sequim School Board picks company to oversee capital projects

The vote wasn’t unanimous, but Sequim school leaders are moving ahead with the Tacoma-based Wenaha Group to oversee a $15 million capital projects levy plans… Continue reading

Sequim schools make changes to adminitration team

The Sequim School District announced the hiring of two new administrators and the promotion of another last week as it prepares for the 2021-2022 school… Continue reading

Learn about Dungeness Virtual School with informational night

Parents and students seeking more information about Sequim School District’s online offerings for the 2021 school year are invited to a Dungeness Virtual School (DVS)… Continue reading

Arson, assault charges made after gas station fire, stolen pickup lead to crash on 101

A Sequim man has been charged for allegedly setting fire to a van at the Longhouse Market before crashing a stolen vehicle into a State… Continue reading

COVID outbreaks expected among unvaccinated this summer

Statewide COVID-19 case rates are falling, but outbreaks among the unvaccinated population are expected to continue into the summer, local health officers said Monday. Counties… Continue reading

Best of the Peninsula.

Best of the Peninsula 2021 nominations on now

It’s time again to vote for the Best of the Peninsula! In separate Clallam County and Jefferson County ballots, voters will be asked to first… Continue reading

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